|This stone perpetuates the memory of
Mr. Abraham Angell
He was born July 28th, 1733,
& lived upwards of 70 years,
strictly honest, temperate,
& unremittingly industrious
& died regretted and lamented,
May 20, 1804
"Now he is well and nothing can be ill, His body sleeps in dust
and his immortal part with Angels lives. Shakespeare."
"My nearest friends forebear to weep, while ... silence ... asleep
for at the resurrection morn,
our souls with grace shall be adorn'd."
|Amey Angell, daughter of Abraham Angel who
[ANGELL, AMEY 1780c - 28 FEB 1794]
In Memory of Sarah, daughter of Abraham and Mary Angel
died Sept. 15, 1778, aged 1 year, 8 months ...
|Sacred to the Memory of James Waterman
who died February 21, 1812
in the 35th year of his age
"Death, like a Tyrant bore me down, I was with pain, opprest;
Prepare for death while you have time, and before .... blest."
|Freelove, wife of James Waterman
born Oct. 18, 1774, died Aug. 23, 1850
died March 8, 1837
in the 36th year of her age
|James Waterman, 1812|
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