From the intersection of Route 133 & Route 156 at Beans corner, proceed south on Route 133 for 2.3 miles. The little cemetery is located on the right near a farmhouse; you must climb the bank and crawl over a rock wall. Cleared out several years ago, but is now grown up again. Two older slate-type stones broken and unreadable.
ALLEN Asa d. 4-1-1860 @64y Hannah, his wife d. 2-24-2837 @43y John E, son d. 6-2-1838 @19y 3m 11d Thomas b. Newton Mass 5-8-1791 d. Chesterville 10-3-1881 Hannah his wife dau of (stone broken & badly patched) Scales d. 7-8-1867 @77y 4m 21d Eunice P, wife of David d. 7-10-1845 @21y 11m John B, son of David & Amanda M Allen d. 1-15-1850 @5m 8d Levi d. 9-4-1826 @3y 2d Bemis d. 9-19-1826 @1y 2m No indication whose children these are; but suspect they belonged to Asa & Hannah because they're somewhat in a row with them.
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