Cemetery now (12 Dec 03 )has a beautiful rod-iron fence along the front, as well as 24+ inches of snow! Look for new photos in Spring of 2004
In attempting to photograph all the stones in this cemetery, I created a diagram that would be easy for me to follow. Over time I shall attempt to categorize each stone into a particular section. Marilyn Strout 9/2002
Directions: From the Town Office at
403 State Route 121, go out of the driveway and turn right.
At the top of the hill Approximately 2/10 mile), turn right onto
Rayville Road. Go approximately 1 & 1/2 miles.
Cemetery is on the left across from the East Otisfield Free
BLACK Lines on Above image indicate roads
that are passable by vehicle.
Civil War Statue
|Section A||Section B||Section C||Section D 30 Aug 03||Section E|
|Section F||Section G||Section H||Section J||Section K|
|Section L||Section M||Section N 30 Aug 03||Section P 12 Dec 03||Section Q|
|Section R||Section S 30 Aug 03||Section T 12 Dec 03||Section U||Section V|
|Page 1||Page 2||Page 3||Page 4||Page 5|
Contributor Note: Jean Hankins of the Otisfield Historical Society has given me permission to code her "Otisfield Cemeteries Transcription Project". Otisfield was originally part of Cumberland County, but seceded to Oxford County in 1978. Transcribed in 1994 by Jean F. Hankins, Scribner Hill Press, Scribner Hill Road, Otisfield, ME. Scanned for the Web in 1999 by Marilyn M. Strout, 58 Bean Road, Otisfield.
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