RED SCHOOLHOUSE CEMETERY
Farmington, Maine


From Route 2 & 4 near the Colonial Valley Motel, take a left onto the Red Schoolhouse Road. The cemetery is located on a knoll on the left about 1/4 mile from the main highway. Some very old stones. Some broken stones. Many indentations, but no stones.


Copied in October 1999
by Nancy Porter





UNKNOWN
_________  d. July 23 1838 @8y 2m 11d (broken stone)

OWENS (Difficult to read)
 John T d. June 2?, 1841(?)

GR______
 Mrs Sa_____ wife of Asa GR_______

BUTTERFIELD
 Ephraim  d. 5th Month 25th day 1848 @76y
 Zipporah, his wife  d. Apr 9 1853 @78y

LUMBERT
 Lucy d. Feb 21 1853 @82y 8m

BUTTERFIELD
 Ephraim  d. 3-16-1814 @80y
 Mary his wife d. 7-8-1818 @84y

LUMBERT
 Nathaniel d. 6-8-1821 @16y
 Solomon  d. 8-17-1852 @43y

GREEN
 Le---y d. 12-2-1839 @62y/63y

WHITTIER
 William  d. 4-11-1842 @45y

HISCOCK
 Thomas  d. 9-4-1842 @47y
 Sally P his wife  d. 2-25-1826(?)
 Stone Broken

BUTTERFIELD
 Martha, wife of Zachariah  d. 5-19-1843 @54y

BUTTERFIELD
 ____________ d. 4-17-1836 @69y
 Persis his wife d. 9-24-1857 @90y

CLARK
__________ dau of Henry & Betsey Clark 
d.  4-17-1853 @36y (10m?)
Betsey (stone broken)
Henry d. 12-26-1835 @49y

GREEN
 Josiah  d. 2-19-1850 @82y
 Lydia  his wife  d. 2-3-1851 @81y

GREEN
 Jonas  Rev War 2nd Mass Mil 
   (no dates)

ADAMS
 Elisha  NH Mil Rev War  1765-1827

BUTTERFIELD
 Mr. Benj son of E & Z Butterfield  d. 7-6- (????)
      @42y 4m 16d
Farmington History gives the date as d. 7-6-1838

JONES
 Abigail, wife of Caleb Jones d. 6-11-1838 @24y

BUTTERFIELD
 Jonas (killed by lightning) d. 7-11-1809
(His stone is an unusual type of slate - it appears to have a property
 similar to "mother of pearl". The stone is one of the prettiest around)




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