The Bunker Cemetery
Great Cranberry Island, Maine

© Wini Smart
Watercolor, copyright © Wini Smart
[The white picket fence, above, has been replaced by a chain-link fence.]

Compiled by Richard Cox
and Bruce Komusin
Great Cranberry Island Historical Society

Published by the Great Cranberry Island Historical Society
July 1995 (revised Aug 1997)

revised 25 December 2000 for internet publication

read the 1997 report
names in alphabetical order
virtual tour: "stroll through" the cemetery

Bunker Cemetery The Bunker Cemetery is just off the main road, 1.2 miles from the dock, on the west (right) side.  It is easily recognized by its surrounding chain-link fence.

It contains 85 major stones inscribed with names and dates (not counting footstones or other minor markers), but 98 individuals are interred.  The numbers don't match because many stones mark both husband and wife, and the Bunker obelisk (G-4) marks a family -- albeit two captains were buried in Portland, Maine, and one captain was buried at sea.

The oldest stone is dated 1825, and the latest, 1994.

Layout of the Cemetery

The overall dimensions of the cemetery are approximately 150 feet long and 84 feet wide.  The longest dimension lies east/west.  A chain-link fence surrounds the cemetery on only three sides.  The back (west side) of the cemetery is unfenced, with a steep drop-off of about 5 feet, down an old stone retaining wall.  The chain-link fence doesn't go all the way to the back of the cemetery -- it lacks 9 feet on the northern side and 4 feet on the southern side.  The two front corners of the cemetery are defined by the corner fence posts but, because of the gaps, the two back corners are defined by metal re-bars (reinforcement bars, about 3/8 inch thick) driven into the earth.

The 10-foot wide entrance on the east side, facing the main road, has a double-swinging chain-link gate.  It is placed 23 feet from the north end, and 51 feet from the south end of the cemetery.  The front of the cemetery (and the gate) is approximately 10 feet from the main road.

Authors' Comments

Early History

As far as we can tell, the earliest birth date of those buried in the cemetery is that of Benaiah Bunker (G-8).  He died in 1866 at the age of 81, so he was born in 1785, shortly after the end of the Revolutionary War.  This was during the period when the United States was under the Articles of Confederation, adopted by the 13 original states in 1781 -- the current Constitution being adopted in 1789.

It is interesting to note that during this period, it was unclear whether the Cranberry Isles -- indeed all of what is now Northern Maine -- was part of the U.S. or Canada.  During the Revolutionary War, many Loyalists, wishing to flee the upstart Colonies, moved north to what they considered would be British Canadian territory when the war ended.  As it was the generally accepted belief that the Penobscot River would mark the eventual boundary, they settled in Castine (then called Penobscot), on the northern side of the river.  But after the war, it wasn't until 1798 that the final treaty was signed, establishing the current border, at the St. Croix River, as the true boundary between Massachusetts and Nova Scotia.  It isn't too much of an exaggeration to say that this treaty made U.S. citizens of Benaiah Bunker and his fellow Cranberry Islanders -- but they became "State o' Maine'ers" only in 1820, when Maine was created from northern Massachusetts.

It is likely that either Benaiah Bunker or his two probable brothers, Thomas (C-3, 1790-1867) or Joseph (B-7, 1797-1871) was the owner of the Bunker Cemetery land -- they were 40, 35, and 28 years old, respectively, at the time of the first burial in 1825.

The first to be buried is presumably the stone with the earliest date of death.  This appears to belong to Ellis Kingsbury (H-3).  He died in 1825 at the age of 35, so he was born in 1790 -- about the time that the current Constitution of the United States went into effect.  Kingsbury's wife, Comfort, was also born before the new century -- in 1798.

Eight people buried in the cemetery were born in the eighteenth century; they're listed below.  Also listed are the first few burials.


Earliest Birth Dates of Interred          Earliest Deaths (First Burials)
Name                 Born  Loc.           Name              Died  Loc.
Benaiah Bunker       1785  G-8            Ellis Kingsbury   1825  H-3
Thomas Bunker        1790  C-3            Comfort Kingsbury 1829  H-3
Ellis Kingsbury      1790  H-3            Martha Bunker     1835  C-1
Joanna Bunker        1791  C-5            Moses S. Bunker   1842  C-2
Joseph Bunker        1797  B-7            Martha B. Norris  1849  E-2
Abigail Bunker       1798  B-8            Abigail Bunker    1852  B-8
Comfort Kingsbury    1798  H-3            Sarah E. Bunker   1852  C-4
Dorcas B. Bunker (K) 1799  G-9            Samuel Bunker     1862  A-11
  and so on...                              and so on...

Statistics

Of course, the majority of people buried in the Bunker Cemetery are Bunkers.  The number of individuals from each family name are as follows:


Family Name    Number of Individuals
Bunker         53
Spurling       13
Bracy          10
Rice            4
Stanley         4
others          1 or 2 each

With so many Bunkers, it was perhaps inevitable that duplicate names would occur.  There are three sets of people with identical names in the cemetery.  They are:


Name             Born  Died  Loc.     Born  Died  Loc.
George W. Bunker 1839  1896* G-4      1857  1914  H-8
Joseph Bunker    1797  1871  B-7      1822  1896  H-1
Moses S. Bunker  1826  1842  C-2      1842+ 1896  G-4

*   The death date of George W. Bunker is not filled in on G-4, but it must have been in 1896 or after, as 1896 is the latest date inscribed on G-4.

+   The exact month and day of the birth of the later Moses S. Bunker is not recorded on his stone, but it was very likely after the earlier Moses died, in that same year.  The later Moses was apparently named after the earlier Moses.

There are also many people with similar names:

Adah A. Bunker   (H-11)  Adah H. Bunker     (D-2)
Benaiah Bunker   (G-8)   Benaiah B. Bunker  (K-14)
Edgar A. Bunker  (M-4)   Edgar R. Bunker    (N-13)  Edgar F. Bunker   (L-12)
Hannah G. Bunker (H-9)   Hannah A. Bunker   (A-5)
John G. Bunker   (B-9)   John Melvin Bunker (B-11)  John W. Bunker    (A-7)
Samuel Bunker    (A-11)  Samuel S. Bunker   (A-6)
Sarah E. Bunker  (C-4)   Sarah M. Bunker    (G-4)
Thomas Bunker    (C-3)   Thomas J. Bunker   (G-4)   Thomas Bunker Jr. (G-4)
Eleven children, aged 17 or younger, are buried in the cemetery.  Given the length of time the cemetery has been in use -- at least 170 years, as of 1995 -- and given the rather high mortality rate of children well into the twentieth century, it is a bit surprising that there are not more children -- only about 11% of the total.  Even more surprising is that there are so few interments of children during the nineteenth century -- only seven.


               All Children (17 or younger) Interred

Name              Died Age Loc.     Name                  Died Age Loc.
Edgar F. Bunker   1890  0* L-12     Adah H. Bunker        1863  8  D-2
Lawrence Spurling 1909  0  K-2      Edgar R. Bunker       1907  8  N-11
Adah A. Bunker    1869  1  H-11     Lily Bunker           1884 13+ K-10
Anda C. Bracy     1896  2  M-13     Moses Bunker          1842 15  C-2
Samuel Bunker     1862  7  A-11     Maurice Elton Stanley 1911 15  D-5
Willie Steele     1908  7  O-11

*   Edgar F. Bunker must have been an infant when he died see L-12.

+   Lily Bunker must have been 13 years old or less when she died, since she must have been born on or after her youngest parent's 15th. birthday, and her mother Rena was 15 in 1871.

Miscellaneous

The cemetery is just north of the town Road Maintenance Garage.  This area used to serve as the town gravel pit, so it's clear that the soil is sandy and easy to dig, with no ledges near the surface.

In September 1994, when we first started this report, the ground was covered with wild red cranberries -- quite the greatest profusion of such berries seen by the authors on this island.

In the cemetery itself, some of the stones have fallen over and lie flat on the ground.  These stones will tend to deteriorate faster since acid rain water can collect in the cut faces of the letters comprising the inscription.  Other stones show crack fissures, and some few have cracked completely through.

Footstones are sometimes placed near headstones to indicate where the coffin lies, and thus to prevent disturbing an existing grave when digging a new one.  All but one of the footstones are small, simple, and are inscribed only with initials.  The exception is for Lester C. Bracy (H-12); his footstone essentially duplicates the information on his headstone.

Several stones include names of people still living, or recently deceased, for which dates of death are not inscribed.  There are 5 people who are still alive at this time (July 1995) but whose names are mentioned on the stones:

Barbara A. Bracy (H-12)
Gaile B. Colby (K-16)
Ruth Sylvester Stanley (K-17)
Wesley P. Bracy (N-4)
Lewis H. Alley (O-14)

Grave Site Layout

To "stroll through" the cemetery:
  1.  click on a stone to see the inscription
  2.  click your browser's "Back" button to return here to the cemetery

click on any stone...

LEGEND:
= stone with name(s) and dates
= obelisk with name(s) and dates
= minor stone or footstone; most lie to the east of corresponding
= wooden cross

Note: The fence doesn't extend all the way to the drop-off at the back of the cemetery.  There's a gap of 9' on the northern side, and 4' on the southern side.

Inscriptions

The following list gives our best rendering of all the inscriptions.  A few inscriptions are pitted and difficult or impossible to read, or have unknown words in places.  Some extra work with rubbings, by a person with a good poetic imagination, could probably clear up all but the one or two eroded inscriptions.  We welcome corrections from old family records or from your own personal research.


A

(All stones face west.)

Eber L. Spurling A-1
EBER L.
SPURLING
FEB. 24, 1872
OCT. 9, 1952

A-3
LENA E.
WIFE OF
EBER L. SPURLING
JUNE 25, 1878
MAR. 30, 1942

A-5
HANNAH A.
Wife of
Capt. Samuel S. Bunker
DIED
May 1, 1902
AE. 80 y's 7 m's 15 d's

Mother, thou art gone to rest
And this shall be our prayer
That when we reach our journey's end
Thy glory we may share.

Samuel S. Bunker A-6
<Anchor motif>
CAPT.
SAMUEL S. BUNKER
DIED
July 19, 1899
AE 75 y's 7 m's 14 d's

A few years of care and pain
Which soon will fleet away,
Then, father dear, we'll meet again
In heaven's full noontide ray.

A-7
<Anchor motif>
JOHN W.
Son of Samuel S.
& Hannah A. Bunker
DIED
July 25, 1876
AE 26 yrs 3 mos & 19 dys

I will come to you.

A-8
<Sheaf of wheat>
WILLIAM SPURLING
BORN
Sept. 23, 1846
DIED
June 5, 1906

A-9
<Lamb> [broken off]
DORGAS B
Wife of Wm. S. Spurling
& dau. of Samuel S. &
Hannah A. Bunker
DIED
Jan. 1, 1876
AE 27 yr's & 6 mos

We loved her.

A-11
SAMUEL
Son of
Capt. Samuel S. &
Hannah A. Bunker
died Dec. 24, 1862
AE 7 ys 4 m 8 ds

[illegible inscription]

A-17
[Wooden cross, no inscription.  Said to be the stillborn infant of Herman and Connie Savage.]


B

(All stones face west.)

B-1
RICE
ELTON T.
1907-1969

[Blank space on right of stone to engrave name and dates of wife, Doris Rice, d. 1994, and known to be interred here.]

B-3
IDA C.
WIFE OF
SETH H. RICE
1874-1952

B-5
<Simple Christian cross at head of stone>
SETH
HAMILTON
RICE

MAINE
CMM
USNRF

WORLD WAR I

January 15, 1872
July 18, 1951

--- walkway ---

B-7
<Anchor at head of the stone>
CAPT. JOSEPH BUNKER
DIED
Nov. 25, 1871
AE. 74 yrs 2 mos 25 d

B-8
ABIGAIL
wife of
Capt. Joseph Bunker
DIED
Sept. 21,1852
AE. 54 y's. 7 m's. 18 d's.

We felt thy worth yet scarcely knew,
How pure a light thy spirit shed,
Until it faded from our view.
And thou wert numbered with the dead.

B-9
<Flower design on top left of stone>
JOHN G.
1819-1902
AMANDA M. HIS WIFE
1844-1910
BUNKER

B-11
<Flower designs on left and right>
JOHN MELVIN
SEPT. 18,1868
APR. 24,1935
BUNKER


C

(All headstones face west, footstones east.)

C-1
<Stylized weeping willow at top of stone>
MARTHA
daughter of
Thomas & Sarah E.
BUNKER
Died Aug. 9, 1835
Aged 18 yrs. 1 mo. & 13 ds.

Jesus can make a dying bed
Feel soft as downy pillows are
While on his breast I rest my head
And breathe my life out sweetly there.

M. B. [Footstone]

C-2
<Stylized weeping willow at top>
MOSES S.
son of
Tho. & Sarah E
BUNKER
died
May 7, 1842
AE. 15 yr. 10 mo. 10 d.

M. S. B. [Footstone]

C-3
<Stylized anchor at head of stone>
CAPT.
THOMAS BUNKER
DIED
Apr. 7, 1867
AE. 76 yrs. 6 mos. 22 ds.

Fare thee well but not forever,
Something tells me we shall meet.
Where no ocean wave will sever
Hearts where friendship reigns so sweet.

T B [Footstone]

C-4
<Stylized weeping willow at top>
In memory of
MRS. SARAH E.
Wife of
Capt. Thomas Bunker
who died
Aug. 10,1852
Aged 40 y. 5 m. 20 d.

[Four-line inscription, barely legible in places, not at all in others -- covered with lichen, etc.]

S. B. [Footstone]

C-5
<Open book, with "HOLY BIBLE" on pages>
JOANNA
wife of
CAPT. THOMAS BUNKER
Died Aug. 24, 1871
AE. 79 ys. 9 ms. 4 ds.

Mother thou art gone before us
And thy saintly soul is flown
Where tears are wiped from every eye
And sorrow is unknown.

J. B. [Footstone]


D

[All stones face west.]

D-1
FATHER [top]
Stillman g. Stanley
Died
July 16, 1929
AE 74 yrs. 2 ms. 22 ds.

D-2
<Flower bud and leaves>
ADAH H.
adopted
Dau. of Capt. Joseph
& Mary E. Bunker
DIED
Aug. 7, 1863
AE 8 ys. 11 ms. 10 ds.

She was lovely, she was fair
And for a while was given
An angel came and claimed his own
And bore her home to heaven.

D-3
WESTLEY K HIGGINS
DIED
June 10, 1888
AE 23 ys 8 ms.

A precious one from us is gone
A voice we loved is still
A place is vacant in our home
Which never can be filled.

W. H. [Footstone faces east]

D-4
MOTHER [top]
Eva Maria.
wife of
Stillman G. Stanley.
Died
May 12, 1896.
AE 34 yrs. 1 mo.

Asleep in Jesus.

D-5
MAURICE ELTON
Son of Stillman G. &
EVA M. STANLEY
May 18, 1895
Mar. 14, 1911


E

E-2
[Faces west]
<Weeping willow motif.>
MARTHA B.
dau. of CHARLES &
JOANNA NORRIS
Died
July 30, 1849
AE. 30 ys. 6 ms.

Rest gentle shade, await thy maker's will,
And then arise and be an angel still.

M. B. N. [Footstone faces east]


F

F-4
[Faces east]
<Flower>B<Flower>
WARREN R. BUNKER
1824-1870
SIDNEY C. His Wife
1824-1918


G

[All stones face west, except as noted.]

Bunker Obelisk G-4
[Four-sided obelisk, about 6 feet tall, mounted on two pedestals, with a solid urn on top.]

Note: All dates appear to be carved in the exact same style, i.e. by the same hand, and probably at the same time, on or after 1896, the latest date inscribed.

[Facing road, east]
CAPT.
THOMAS BUNKER, JR.
1813-1888
LYDIA M. PREBLE,
His wife
1807-1887
BUNKER [on base]

[Facing south]
Children
CAPT. MOSES S.
1842-1896
Buried in Portland, Me.
CAPT. ATLEE P.
1844-1890
Died at Staten Isl., N.Y.
CAPT ARTHUR C.
1846-1872
Buried in Portland, Me.
SARAH M.
1852-

[Facing north]
Children
HARRIET P.
1836-1885
CAPT. THOMAS J.
1837-1868
Buried at sea.
CAPT. GEORGE W.
1839-
CAPT. CHARLES E.
1841-1879
Died at sea,
Buried in Portland, Me.

Harriet P. Bunker

Capt. Geo. W. Bunker

--- walkway ---

G-7
CYNTHIA W. [flat stone]
BRACY
1846-1911

G-8
BENAIAH BUNKER
DIED
Aug. 3, 1866
AE 81 yrs ??? [cracked off]

Beyond this vale of tears,
There is a life above,
Unmeasured by the flight of years
And all that life, is love.

G-9
MRS. DORCAS B.
Wife of
BENAIAH BUNKER
Died June 19 1873
AE 73 yrs 8 mos.
& 6 days


H

[All stones face west, except as noted.]

H-1
Capt.
JOSEPH BUNKER
Died
Dec. 16, 1896
AE. 74 yrs. 8 mos.

Soon shall we meet again
[3 additional lines not legible; stone broken at bottom]

H-2
MARY E. BUNKER
BORN
FEB. 15, 1824
DIED
DEC. 2, 1906

GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN

H-3
[Faces east]
ELLIS KINGSBURY
Died
Jan. 25, 1825
AE. 35 yrs.
-----------
COMFORT
His Wife
Died
June 10, 1829
AE. 31 yrs.

--- walkway ---

H-7
J. H. BUNKER [flat stone]
1860-1934

H-8
GEORGE W.
Feb. 20, 1857
Oct. 7, 1914

AT REST
BUNKER [on base]

H-9
[Stone off, resting against pedestal; faces east, but is apparently turned.]
HANNAH G.
Wife of
WILLIAM P.
1836-1925
BUNKER [on pedestal, facing west]

H-10
[Fallen stone, top pointing east.]
<Stylized anchor at top>
Capt.
WM. P. BUNKER
DIED
Nov 9, 1894
AE. 65 yrs. 6 m's.

We can not tell who now may fall
Beneath thy chatening
[sic] rod
To join with the dear ones we love
Prepare to meet our God.

H-11
<Wilted flower>
ADAH A.
Dau. of
Wm. P. & Hannah G.
Bunker
died Apr. 8, 1869
AE. 1 yr. 10 m's. 8 d's.

Not as a child shall
We again behold her.

Barbara and Lester Bracy H-12
[Faces east]
<Lobster boat and mooring>
BRACY
BARBARA A.
LESTER C.
Dec. 3 1943 <boat wheel> May 7, 1936


June 19, 1990

[Flat footstone facing east.]
<Cross>
LESTER C BRACY
US COAST GUARD
1936 1990


I

I-10
[Bottom faces west; top cracked off; loose piece, resting against bottom, contains all of the names and dates, and half of the inscription.]
JULIA E.
wife of
Charles E. Howard
Died Feb. 26, 1883
AE 19 y's, 10 m's, 15 d's.

Husband, children, I must leave you.
Yes, leave you all alone.
But my blessed Saviour calls me--
Calls me to a heavenly home.

I-12
[Faces east.]
SUSAN P.
WIFE OF
HENRY P. PRESSEY
1809-1875
ASLEEP IN JESUS
PRESSEY(on base)


J

J-1
[Headstone, facing west.]
FATHER

Spurling Obelisk J-2
[Four sided obelisk, about 5 feet tall, mounted on three pedestals, with a solid urn on top.]

[Facing west]
JOSEPH W. SPURLING
DIED
Jan. 23, 1887
AE. 38 y's. 8 m's, 24 d's.

Weep not for the loved one fled
To realms more pure, a home more fair.
And call not the departed dead.
He lives, he loves, he waits you there.

J-3
[Flat footstone, facing east]
J.M.S.

[Said to represent Joseph W. Spurling's wife, Julia M. Spurling, b. 1850, d. Dec 1919, buried here.]

J-5
[Temporary marker seen June 1995]
Deane Spurling Whitney
Born 2-20-37
Died 9-29-94
Age 57

[Permanent stone replaced above, July 1995]
<pine cone & tassel> <pine cone & tassel>
WHITNEY
DEANE SPURLING WHITNEY
1937 - 1994

--- walkway ---

J-10
[Stone, facing east, apparently referring to K-7 through K-13, as a shared family name marker.]
BUNKER

J-15
[Flat stone, facing east]
<Cross inside circle>
GEORGE VICTOR WHITE
PVT US ARMY
WORLD WAR II
1904 1983


K

[All stones face east]

K-1
<Flower wreath and fern>
ORRINGTON H. SPURLING
Died
Dec 23, 1899.
AE. 44 yrs, 7 mos.

My partner kind, my children dear,
I am not dead but sleeping here.
And as we lived on earth in love
So may we dwell in Heaven above.

K-2
LAWRENCE [top]
Infant Son of
Mr. & Mrs. E. W.
SPURLING
Aug. 18, 1909

K-3
IN LOVING REMEMBRANCE
ERNEST W.
1880-1935
SPURLING [on base]

--- walkway ---

K-7
FATHER [flat stone]
PERCY E. [Bunker]
1887-1980

K-8
MOTHER [flat stone]
GERTRUDE M. [Bunker]
1884-1955

K-9
RENA A. [Bunker] [flat stone]
1856-1940

K-10
LILY [Bunker] [flat stone]
DAU. OF
W. E. & RENA A. BUNKER
NOV. 22, 1884

K-11
WILLIS E. [Bunker] [flat stone]
1855-1915

K-12
<Cross> [flat stone]
WINSLOW E. BUNKER
TEC 4 US ARMY
WORLD WAR II
JUN 20 1912   AUG 18 1992

K-13
M. ROSALEE [Bunker] [flat stone]
WIFE OF
WINSLOW E. BUNKER
1919-1967

K-14
BENAIAH     JOSIE S.
1863-1951
1870-1958
BUNKER

K-16
COLBY
ROYAL E.     GAILE B.
OCT. 3. 1932
APR. 18. 1935
MAY 25. 1977

Ruth Stanley K-17
<Pentagram with OES> <Cross> <Wheel>
RUTH SYLVESTER STANLEY
NOV. 4 1906 -
MOTHER of ALLISON GAILE & ARTHUR
BUNKER


L

[All stones face east.]

L-10
BRACY [top]
JAMES F.
1871-1958

L-11
BRACY [top]
MARTHA I.
1888-1940

L-12
EDGAR F.
son of B. B. & [Benaiah B.]
Josie S. Bunker
died Oct 2, 18-0 [year decade illegible]
----n's & ---- [age illegible, both sides]

Note: the tens digit of the year of death is illegible, and only the top half of the units digit is clear.  It appears to be round on top and on both sides.  The rounded top extends downward (with no horizontal lines) too far down on both sides to be a "2", "3", "6", "8", or "9".  It must be a "0".

Also, the numerical age, apparently inscribed on the following line, is totally illegible but the letters following the age seem to be "...n's", as in "mon's".  If so, there is no room on the stone for "x yr's y mon's", so we conclude that the original inscription did not include years, i.e. the child was an infant, less than 1 year old.


M

[All stones face east.]

M-1
<Stylized sunflower design at top>
JOHN F.
1866-1937
ERICKSON [on base]

M-2
<Stylized rose and daisy at top>
LUCY H.
1867-1938
ERICKSON [on base]

M-3
<Stylized roses at top edges>
MOTHER [top]
ANNIE L.
WIFE OF
ELISHA G. BUNKER
1890-1943

M-4
<Stylized roses at top, edges>
SON [top]
CPL.
EDGAR A.
BUNKER
1925 - 1951
CO. K. 5TH CAL. REG.
DIED IN ACTION
YONCHON, KOREA
OCT. 8, 1951

M-5
<Stylized roses at top, edges>
FATHER [top]
ELISHA G.
BUNKER
1870-1952

--- walkway ---

M-10
<Stylized rose and daisy at top, edges>
LILLIAN A.
WEDGE
MAY 23, 1893
FEB. 12, 1936

AT REST

M-13
[Lowest part of stone sunk into ground.]
ANDA C.
Son of F. J. &
Bertha E. Bracy
Died
Feb. 13, 1896
AE. 2 yrs. 4 mos.
[Rest of inscription, if any, not visible.]


N

[All stones face east.]

N-2
(B)
EMMA P.     CHARLES W.
1872-1960
1865-1946
BRACY

N-4
BRACY
WESLEY P.     ANNIE S.
1906-
1902-1992

--- walkway ---

N-10
ALTON H.
SON OF
HENRY A. & ALTA I.
BUNKER
1897-1943

N-11
WIFE     HUSBAND
HENRY A.
1872-1941
ALTA I.
1877-1969
BUNKER [on base]

N-13
<Lily of the valley>
EDGAR R.
Son of
Mr. & Mrs. Henry A.
BUNKER
1899-1907

N-15
NORMA S. BUNKER
1917-1978


O

[All stones face east.]

O-11
<Masonic symbol at top>
ELZADA C.     CHRISTOPHER
1877-1951
1870-1957
SWENSEN

O-13
<Stylized morning glory and thistle along top>
WILLIE
Son of
Mr. & Mrs. Fred Steele,
1901-1908

Sleep on, sweet Willie, and take thy rest,
God called thee home, he though
[sic] it best.

O-14
ALLEY
LEWIS H.     LULU M.
1909
1895

O-15
[Bronze plaque, flat in ground]
FRANK J RYAN
US COAST GUARD
WORLD WAR II
APR 21 1906   MAY 25 1987
<cross>

O-17
FRANCES L. WELLMAN
FEB. 15. 1921 - AUG. 4. 1987

AT ONE WITH THE SPIRIT
WE KNEW IN HER PRESENCE


P

(All stones face east.)

P-1
ROSE MARIE [flat stone]
SPURLING
1924-1943

--- walkway ---

P-10
<stylized flowers>
SISTER
EVA N.
SALISBURY
1878-1943

P-11
CLARA B. BUNKER [flat stone]
1874-1955
FOREST SPURLING
1907-1987

P-12
SPURLING [top]
NELLIE A
1885-1958

George W. Spurling P-13
GEORGE W.
SPURLING
1869-1933

Frances M. Spurling P-14
<Tulip on left and right sides>
IN MEMORY OF
FRANCIS M.
1896-1958
SPURLING

+ end of inscriptions +

NOTES:
Behind the back of the cemetery, thrown in the woods, are the following items:

  • footstone "S. S. B."
    (apparently of Samuel S. Bunker, A-6, d. 1899)

  • footstone "A. B."
    (apparently of Abigail Bunker, B-8, d. 1852)

  • footstone "J. W. B."
    (apparently of John W. Bunker, A-7, d. 1876)

  • headstone as follows:

    BUNKER
    WILLIS E. BUNKER
    APRIL 6, 1855
    JULY 13, 1915
    RENA A.
    APRIL 9, 1856
    MAY 8, 1940

    apparently replaced, by the later Bunkers, with a common "BUNKER" monument, J-10, along with a set of flat headstones (K-7 through K-13) in a consistent style.


Table of Names in Alphabetical Order

This table duplicates all the names mentioned in the inscriptions, but here they're in alphabetical order by family name, so you can find a particular name easily by eye.  Click the grave coordinate -- immediately to the left of the given name -- to see the inscription.

Please be aware that a person may be mentioned on more than one inscription.  They may have their own stone, as well as being mentioned on another stone as "son of ..." or "father of ..." for example.  However, the table has only one link to an inscription.  It may not be the only reference.  So study the inscriptions carefully for multiple references.

Stones with "dau. of ..." are especially useful as they reveal a woman's maiden name.  Where possible, I've listed women under both their maiden and married names.

Family members were often buried close to each other.  Note but don't click on the grave coordinate immediately to the left of the given name. Then click on the cemetery name just to the left of that, to go to the grave site layout, and click on nearby stones to see their inscriptions.

CEM_LOC    GIVEN FAMILY BORN DIED AGE NOTES
    *       Bunker Cemetery database last updated 5 April 1999
Bunker O-14 Lewis H. Alley 1909 alive   lives in Ellsworth ME
Bunker O-14 Lulu M. Alley 1895     born a Steele; sister of Willie Steele
Bunker M-13 Anda C. Bracy 1893 1896 2 son of F. J. & Bertha E. Bracy
Bunker N-4 Annie S. Bracy 1902 1992 90 wife of Wesley P.
Bunker H-12 Barbara A. Bracy 1943 alive   lives in SW Harbor ME; wife of Lester C.
Bunker M-13 Bertha E. Bracy       cited; wive of F. J.
Bunker N-2 Charles W. Bracy 1865 1946 81 husb. of Emma P.
Bunker G-7 Cynthia W. Bracy 1846 1911 65  
Bunker N-2 Emma P. Bracy 1872 1960 88 wife of Charles W.
Bunker M-13 F. J. Bracy       cited; husb. of Bertha E.
Bunker L-10 James F. Bracy 1871 1958 87  
Bunker H-12 Lester C. Bracy 1936 1990 54 lobsterman; son of Wesley P.; husb. of Barbara A.
Bunker L-11 Martha I. Bracy 1888 1940 52  
Bunker N-4 Wesley P. Bracy 1906 alive   lives on GCI; husb. of Annie S.; son of Charles W. & Emma P. Bracy
Bunker B-8 Abigail Bunker 1798 1852 54 wife of Joseph (in Bunker Cem. B-7)
Bunker H-11 Adah A. Bunker 1867 1869 1 dau. of William P. & Hannah G. Bunker
Bunker D-2 Adah H. Bunker 1854 1863 8 adopted dau. of Joseph & Mary E. Bunker
Bunker N-11 Alta I. Bunker 1877 1969 92 born a Spurling; wife of Henry A.; mother of Linden H. "Tud" + Wilfred (both alive) + Edgar R. + Alton H. (both here) + Raymond A. + Alvah W. + Vincie M. (female)
Bunker N-10 Alton H. Bunker 1897 1943 46 son of Henry A. & Alta I. Bunker
Bunker B-9 Amanda M. Bunker 1844 1910 66 wife of John G.
Bunker M-3 Annie L. Bunker 1890 1943 53 wife of Elisha G.; mother of Ada Rice + Charlene Allen + Leona MacAllister + Pauline "Polly" (Linden H. "Tud" Bunker's 2nd. wife) all living + Edgar A. (here)
Bunker G-4 Arthur C. Bunker 1846 1872 26 Captain; buried in Portland ME; son of Thomas Jr. and Lydia M. Bunker
Bunker G-4 Atlee P. Bunker 1844 1890 46 Captain; died at Staten Island NY; son of Thomas Jr. and Lydia M. Bunker
Bunker G-8 Benaiah Bunker 1785 1866 81 husb. of Dorcas B.
Bunker K-14 Benaiah B. Bunker 1863 1951 88 husb. of Josie S.
Bunker G-4 Charles E. Bunker 1841 1879 38 Captain; died at sea; buried in Portland ME; son of Thomas Jr. and Lydia M. Bunker
Bunker P-11 Clara B. Bunker 1874 1955 81  
Bunker G-9 Dorcas B. Bunker 1799 1873 73 wife of Benaiah (in Bunker Cem. G-8)
Bunker M-4 Edgar A. Bunker 1925 1951 26 son of Elisha G. & Annie L. Bunker; died in action in Yonchon Korea
Bunker L-12 Edgar F. Bunker   1890 months son of Benaiah B. & Josie S. Bunker; see inscription for dates
Bunker N-13 Edgar R. Bunker 1899 1907 8 son of Henry A. & Alta I. Bunker
Bunker M-5 Elisha G. Bunker 1870 1952 82 bro. of Henry A.; husb. of Annie L.; father of Ada Rice + Charlene Allen + Leona MacAllister + Pauline "Polly" (Linden H. "Tud" Bunker's 2nd. wife) all living + Edgar A. (here)
Bunker G-4 George W. Bunker 1839 1896 57 Captain; son of Thomas Jr. and Lydia M. Bunker; see inscription for dates
Bunker H-8 George W. Bunker 1857 1914 57  
Bunker K-8 Gertrude M. Bunker 1884 1955 71 mother
Bunker A-5 Hannah A. Bunker 1821 1902 80 wife of Samuel S.
Bunker H-9 Hannah G. Bunker 1836 1925 89 wife of William P.
Bunker G-4 Harriet P. Bunker 1836 1885 49 dau. of Thomas Jr. & Lydia M. Bunker
Bunker N-11 Henry A. Bunker 1872 1941 69 bro. of Elisha G.; husb. of Alta I.; father of Linden H. "Tud" + Wilfred (both alive) + Edgar R. + Alton H. (both here) + Raymond A. (buried in SW Harbor ME) + Alvah W. (buried on Islesford) + Vincie M. (female) (buried in Franklin ME)
Bunker H-7 J. H. Bunker 1860 1934 74  
Bunker C-5 Joanna Bunker 1791 1871 79 (2nd?) wife of Thomas
Bunker B-9 John G. Bunker 1819 1902 83 husb. of Amanda M.
Bunker B-11 John Melvin Bunker 1868 1935 66  
Bunker A-7 John W. Bunker 1850 1876 26 son of Samuel S. & Hannah A. Bunker
Bunker B-7 Joseph Bunker 1797 1871 74 Captain; husb. of Abigail
Bunker H-1 Joseph Bunker 1822 1896 74 Captain; husb. of Mary E. (see Bunker Cem. D-2)
Bunker K-14 Josie S. Bunker 1870 1958 88 wife of Benaiah B.
Bunker K-10 Lily Bunker after 1870 1884 13 dau. of Willis E. & Rena A. Bunker; Lily must have been born on or after her youngest parent's 15th. birthday; Rena was 15 in 1871.
Bunker G-4 Lydia M. Bunker 1807 1887 80 born a Preble; wife of Thomas Jr.
Bunker K-13 M. Rosalee Bunker 1919 1967 48 wife of Winslow E.
Bunker C-1 Martha Bunker 1817 1835 18 dau. of Thomas & Sarah E. Bunker
Bunker H-2 Mary E. Bunker 1824 1906 82 wife of Joseph (in Bunker Cem. H-1)
Bunker C-2 Moses S. Bunker 1826 1842 15 son of Thomas & Sarah E. Bunker
Bunker G-4 Moses S. Bunker 1842 1896 54 Captain; buried in Portland ME; son of Thomas Jr. and Lydia M. Bunker; apparently named for Moses S. Bunker (in Bunker Cem. C-2) who died 7 May 1842 - the same year this Moses was born
Bunker N-15 Norma S. Bunker 1917 1978 61 born a Stanley; 1st. wife of Wilfred Bunker (alive); died of cancer
Bunker K-7 Percy E. Bunker 1887 1980 93 son of Willis E.
Bunker K-9 Rena A. Bunker 1856 1940 84 wife of Willis E.
Bunker A-11 Samuel Bunker 1855 1862 7 son of Samuel S. & Hannah A. Bunker
Bunker A-6 Samuel S. Bunker 1823 1899 75 Captain; husb. of Hannah A.
Bunker C-4 Sarah E. Bunker 1812 1852 40 (1st?) wife of Thomas
Bunker G-4 Sarah M. Bunker 1852 1896 44 dau. of Thomas Jr. & Lydia M. Bunker; see inscription for dates
Bunker F-4 Sidney C. Bunker 1824 1918 94 wife of Warren R.
Bunker C-3 Thomas Bunker 1790 1867 76 Captain; husb. of Sarah E. & Joanna
Bunker G-4 Thomas J. Bunker 1837 1868 31 Captain; buried at sea; son of Thomas Jr. & Lydia M. Bunker
Bunker G-4 Thomas Jr. Bunker 1813 1888 75 Captain; husb. of Lydia M.
Bunker F-4 Warren R. Bunker 1824 1870 46 husb. of Sidney C.
Bunker H-10 William P. Bunker 1829 1894 65 Captain; husb. of Hannah G.
Bunker K-11 Willis E. Bunker 1855 1915 60 husb. of Rena A.; bro. of Henry A. Bunker; Linden H. "Tud" Bunker's uncle
Bunker K-12 Winslow E. Bunker 1912 1992 80 son of Percy E.; husb. of M. Rosalee
Bunker K-16 Gaile B. Colby 1935 alive   dau. of Linden H. "Tud" Bunker & Ruth Sylvester Stanley; wife of Royal E. Colby
Bunker K-16 Royal E. Colby 1932 1977 44 husb. of Gaile B.
Bunker M-1 John F. Erickson 1866 1937 71 husb. of Lucy H.
Bunker M-2 Lucy H. Erickson 1867 1938 71 wife of John F.
Bunker D-3 Westley K. Higgins 1864 1888 23  
Bunker I-10 Charles E. Howard       cited; husb. of Julia E.
Bunker I-10 Julia E. Howard 1863 1883 19 wife of Charles E.
Bunker H-3 Comfort Kingsbury 1798 1829 31 wife of Ellis
Bunker H-3 Ellis Kingsbury 1790 1825 35 husb. of Comfort
Bunker E-2 Charles Norris       cited; husb. of Joanna
Bunker E-2 Joanna Norris       cited; wife of Charles E.
Bunker E-2 Martha B. Norris 1819 1849 30 dau. of Charles & Joanna Norris
Bunker I-12 Henry P. Pressey       cited; husb. of Susan P.
Bunker I-12 Susan P. Pressey 1809 1875 66 wife of Henry P.
Bunker B-1 Doris Rice 1912 1994 81 wife of Elton T.; mother of Annie Alley (alive). Known to be buried; no inscription yet; dates from Annie Alley
Bunker B-1 Elton T. Rice 1907 1969 62 Captain; husb. of Doris; Bro. of Charles and father of Annie Alley (both alive)
Bunker B-3 Ida C. Rice 1874 1952 78 wife of Seth H.
Bunker B-5 Seth Hamilton Rice 1872 1951 79 husb. of Ida C.
Bunker O-15 Frank J. Ryan 1906 1987 81 husb. of Madelaine. Madelaine was raised by Lulu M. & Lewis H. Alley but buried off island (loc. unknown.) Frank elected burial here.
Bunker P-10 Eva N. Salisbury 1878 1943 65 sister of Henry A. Bunker; Linden H. "Tud" Bunker's aunt
Bunker A-9 Dorgas B. Spurling 1848 1876 27 wife of William S.; dau. of Samuel S. & Hannah A. Bunker
Bunker A-1 Eber L. Spurling 1872 1952 80 Captain; ran a mailboat to GCI before the Bunkers; husb. of Lena E.
Bunker K-3 Ernest W. Spurling 1880 1935 55  
Bunker P-11 Forest Spurling 1907 1987 80 son of George W. & Nellie A.
Bunker P-14 Francis M. Spurling 1896 1958 62 son of George W. & Nellie A.; Nellie A. probably not biological mother as she was 11 years old when Francis was born
Bunker P-13 George W. Spurling 1869 1933 64 husb. of Nellie A.
Bunker J-2 Joseph W. Spurling 1848 1887 38 husb. of Julia M.
Bunker J-3 Julia M. Spurling 1850 1919 69 wife of Joseph W.; (name not inscribed)
Bunker K-2 Lawrence Spurling 1909 1909 0 infant son of Mr. & Mrs. Ernest W. Spurling
Bunker A-3 Lena E. Spurling 1878 1942 63 wife of Eber L.
Bunker P-12 Nellie A. Spurling 1885 1958 73 born a Bunker; wife of George W.
Bunker K-1 Orrington H. Spurling 1855 1899 44 husb. & father
Bunker P-1 Rose Marie Spurling 1924 1943 19  
Bunker A-8 William S. Spurling 1846 1906 59 husb. of Dorgas B.
Bunker D-4 Eva Maria Stanley 1862 1896 34 wife of Stillman G.
Bunker D-5 Maurice Elton Stanley 1895 1911 15 son of Stillman G. & Eva Maria Stanley
Bunker K-17 Ruth Sylvester Stanley 1906 alive   Linden H. "Tud" Bunker's 1st. wife; mother of Allison Bunker (male) + Gaile Colby + Arthur Bunker - all alive
Bunker D-1 Stillman G. Stanley 1855 1929 74 husb. of Eva Maria
Bunker O-13 Fred Steele       cited; husb. of
Bunker O-13 Willie Steele 1901 1908 7 son of Mr. & Mrs. Fred Steele; bro. of Lulu M. Alley; (Mrs. Fred Steele was born a Bunker; first married Fred Steele; then Christopher Swensen.)
Bunker O-11 Christopher Swensen 1870 1957 87 husb. of Elzada C.
Bunker O-11 Elzada C. Swensen 1877 1951 74 wife of Christopher
Bunker M-10 Lillian A. Wedge 1893 1936 42 wife of Frank
Bunker O-17 Frances L. Wellman 1921 1987 66 born a Bunker; mother of Don + Willie + Mary + Margaret
Bunker J-15 George Victor White 1904 1983 79 brought up by Elisha G. Bunker
Bunker J-5 Deane Spurling Whitney 1937 1994 57 husb. of Judith; son of Philmore A. & Dorothy Whitney - both alive; Dorothy was born a Spurling

Variations of Names Mentioned on the Stones

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Lewis H. Alley, Lewis Alley, L.H. Alley, L. H. Alley, L. Alley
Lulu M. Alley, Lulu Alley, L.M. Alley, L. M. Alley, Lulu M. Steele, Lulu Steele, L.M. Steele, L. M. Steele, L. Steele
Anda C. Bracy, Anda Bracy, A.C. Bracy, A. C. Bracy, A. Bracy
F.J. Bracy, F. J. Bracy, F. Bracy
Bertha E. Bracy, Bertha Bracy, B.E. Bracy, B. E. Bracy, B. Bracy
Annie S. Bracy, Annie Bracy, A.S. Bracy, A. S. Bracy, A. Bracy, Ann S. Bracy, Ann Bracy
Barbara A. Bracy, Barbara Bracy, B.A. Bracy, B. A. Bracy
Charles W. Bracy, Charles Bracy, C.W. Bracy, C. W. Bracy, C. Bracy
Cynthia W. Bracy, Cynthia Bracy
Emma P. Bracy, Emma Bracy, E.P. Bracy, E. P. Bracy, E. Bracy
James F. Bracy, James Bracy, J.F. Bracy, J. F. Bracy, J. Bracy
Lester C. Bracy, Lester Bracy, L.C. Bracy, L. C. Bracy, L. Bracy
Martha I. Bracy, Martha Bracy, M.I. Bracy, M. I. Bracy, M. Bracy
Wesley P. Bracy, Wesley Bracy, W.P. Bracy, W. P. Bracy, W. Bracy
Abigail Bunker, A. Bunker
Adah A. Bunker, Adah Bunker, A.A. Bunker, A. A. Bunker
Adah H. Bunker, Adah Bunker, A.H. Bunker, A. H. Bunker, A. Bunker
Alta I. Bunker, Alta Bunker, A.I. Bunker, A. I. Bunker, A. Bunker, Alta I. Spurling, Alta Spurling, A.I. Spurling, A. I. Spurling, A. Spurling
Alton H. Bunker, Alton Bunker
Amanda M. Bunker, Amanda Bunker, A.M. Bunker, A. M. Bunker
Annie L. Bunker, Annie Bunker, A.L. Bunker, A. L. Bunker
Arthur C. Bunker, Arthur Bunker, A.C. Bunker, A. C. Bunker
Atlee P. Bunker, Atlee Bunker, A.P. Bunker, A. P. Bunker
Benaiah Bunker, B. Bunker
Benaiah B. Bunker, B.B. Bunker, B. B. Bunker
Charles E. Bunker, Charles Bunker, C.E. Bunker, C. E. Bunker, C. Bunker, Chas. E. Bunker, Chas. Bunker
Clara B. Bunker, Clara Bunker, C.B. Bunker, C. B. Bunker
Dorcas B. Bunker, Dorcas Bunker, D.B. Bunker, D. B. Bunker, D. Bunker
Edgar A. Bunker, Edgar Bunker, E.A. Bunker, E. A. Bunker, E. Bunker
Edgar F. Bunker, E.F. Bunker, E. F. Bunker
Edgar R. Bunker, E.R. Bunker, E. R. Bunker
Elisha G. Bunker, Elisha Bunker, E.G. Bunker, E. G. Bunker
George W. Bunker, George Bunker, G.W. Bunker, G. W. Bunker, G. Bunker, Geo. W. Bunker, Geo. Bunker
Gertrude M. Bunker, Gertrude Bunker, G.M. Bunker, G. M. Bunker
Hannah A. Bunker, Hannah Bunker, H.A. Bunker, H. A. Bunker, H. Bunker
Hannah G. Bunker, H.G. Bunker, H. G. Bunker
Harriet P. Bunker, Harriet Bunker, H.P. Bunker, H. P. Bunker
Henry A. Bunker, Henry Bunker
J.H. Bunker, J. H. Bunker, J. Bunker
Joanna Bunker
John G. Bunker, John Bunker, J.G. Bunker, J. G. Bunker
John Melvin Bunker, John M. Bunker, John Bunker, J.M. Bunker, J. M. Bunker
John W. Bunker, J.W. Bunker, J. W. Bunker
Joseph Bunker, Joe Bunker
Josie S. Bunker, Josie Bunker, J.S. Bunker, J. S. Bunker
Lily Bunker, L. Bunker
Lydia M. Bunker, Lydia Bunker, L.M. Bunker, L. M. Bunker, Lydia M. Preble, Lydia Preble, L.M. Preble, L. M. Preble, L. Preble
M. Rosalee Bunker, M.R. Bunker, M. R. Bunker, M. Bunker, Rosalee Bunker
Martha Bunker
Mary E. Bunker, Mary Bunker, M.E. Bunker, M. E. Bunker
Moses S. Bunker, Moses Bunker, M.S. Bunker, M. S. Bunker
Norma S. Bunker, Norma Bunker, N.S. Bunker, N. S. Bunker, N. Bunker, Norma S. Stanley, Norma Stanley, N.S. Stanley, N. S. Stanley, N. Stanley
Percy E. Bunker, Percy Bunker, P.E. Bunker, P. E. Bunker, P. Bunker
Rena A. Bunker, Rena Bunker, R.A. Bunker, R. A. Bunker, R. Bunker
Samuel Bunker, S. Bunker, Sam Bunker
Samuel S. Bunker, S.S. Bunker, S. S. Bunker
Sarah E. Bunker, Sarah Bunker, S.E. Bunker, S. E. Bunker
Sarah M. Bunker, S.M. Bunker, S. M. Bunker
Sidney C. Bunker, Sidney Bunker, S.C. Bunker, S. C. Bunker
Thomas Bunker, T. Bunker, Tom Bunker
Thomas J. Bunker, T.J. Bunker, T. J. Bunker, Tom J. Bunker
Thomas Bunker, Jr., T. Bunker, Jr., Thomas Bunker Jr., T. Bunker Jr., Tom Bunker, Jr., Tom Bunker Jr.
Warren R. Bunker, Warren Bunker, W.R. Bunker, W. R. Bunker, W. Bunker
William P. Bunker, William Bunker, W.P. Bunker, W. P. Bunker, W. Bunker, Wm. P. Bunker, Wm. Bunker
Willis E. Bunker, Willis Bunker, W.E. Bunker, W. E. Bunker
Winslow E. Bunker, Winslow Bunker
Gaile B. Colby, Gaile Colby, G.B. Colby, G. B. Colby, G. Colby
Royal E. Colby, Royal Colby, R.E. Colby, R. E. Colby, R. Colby
John F. Erickson, John Erickson, J.F. Erickson, J. F. Erickson, J. Erickson
Lucy H. Erickson, Lucy Erickson, L.H. Erickson, L. H. Erickson, L. Erickson
Westley K. Higgins, Westley Higgins, W.K. Higgins, W. K. Higgins, W. Higgins
Julia E. Howard, Julia Howard, J.E. Howard, J. E. Howard, J. Howard
Charles E. Howard, Charles Howard, C.E. Howard, C. E. Howard, C. Howard
Comfort Kingsbury, C. Kingsbury
Ellis Kingsbury, E. Kingsbury
Martha B. Norris, Martha Norris, M.B. Norris, M. B. Norris, M. Norris
Charles Norris, C. Norris, Chas. Norris
Joanna Norris, J. Norris
Susan P. Pressey, Susan Pressey, S.P. Pressey, S. P. Pressey, S. Pressey
Henry P. Pressey, Henry Pressey, H.P. Pressey, H. P. Pressey, H. Pressey
Doris Rice, D. Rice, Dot Rice
Elton T. Rice, Elton Rice, E.T. Rice, E. T. Rice, E. Rice
Ida C. Rice, Ida Rice, I.C. Rice, I. C. Rice, I. Rice
Seth Hamilton Rice, Seth H. Rice, Seth Rice, S.H. Rice, S. H. Rice, S. Rice
Frank J. Ryan, Frank Ryan, F.J. Ryan, F. J. Ryan, F. Ryan
Eva N. Salisbury, Eva Salisbury, E.N. Salisbury, E. N. Salisbury, E. Salisbury, Eva N. Bunker, Eva Bunker, E.N. Bunker, E. N. Bunker, E. Bunker
Dorgas B. Spurling, Dorgas Spurling, D.B. Spurling, D. B. Spurling, D. Spurling, Dorgas B. Bunker, Dorgas Bunker, D.B. Bunker, D. B. Bunker, D. Bunker
Eber L. Spurling, Eber Spurling, E.L. Spurling, E. L. Spurling, E. Spurling
Ernest W. Spurling, Ernest Spurling, E.W. Spurling, E. W. Spurling
Forest Spurling, F. Spurling
Francis M. Spurling, Francis Spurling, F.M. Spurling, F. M. Spurling
George W. Spurling, George Spurling, G.W. Spurling, G. W. Spurling, G. Spurling, Geo. W. Spurling, Geo. Spurling
Joseph W. Spurling, Joseph Spurling, J.W. Spurling, J. W. Spurling, J. Spurling, Joe W. Spurling, Joe Spurling
Julia M. Spurling, Julia Spurling, J.M. Spurling, J. M. Spurling
Lawrence Spurling, L. Spurling
Lena E. Spurling, Lena Spurling, L.E. Spurling, L. E. Spurling
Nellie A. Spurling, Nellie Spurling, N.A. Spurling, N. A. Spurling, N. Spurling, Nellie A. Bunker, Nellie Bunker, N.A. Bunker, N. A. Bunker, N. Bunker
Orrington H. Spurling, Orrington Spurling, O.H. Spurling, O. H. Spurling, O. Spurling
Rose Marie Spurling, Rose M. Spurling, Rose Spurling, R.M. Spurling, R. M. Spurling, R. Spurling
William Spurling, W. Spurling, Wm. Spurling
Eva Maria Stanley, Eva M. Stanley, Eva Stanley, E.M. Stanley, E. M. Stanley, E. Stanley, Maria Eva Stanley, Maria E. Stanley, M.E. Stanley, M. E. Stanley, M. Stanley
Maurice Elton Stanley, Maurice E. Stanley, Maurice Stanley
Ruth Sylvester Stanley, Ruth S. Stanley, Ruth Stanley, R.S. Stanley, R. S. Stanley, R. Stanley
Stillman G. Stanley, Stillman Stanley, S.G. Stanley, S. G. Stanley, S. Stanley
Willie Steele, W. Steele, William Steele, Wm. Steele
Fred Steele, F. Steele
Christopher Swensen, C. Swensen
Elzada C. Swensen, Elzada Swensen, E.C. Swensen, E. C. Swensen, E. Swensen
Lillian A. Wedge, Lillian Wedge, L.A. Wedge, L. A. Wedge, L. Wedge
Frances L. Wellman, Frances Wellman, F.L. Wellman, F. L. Wellman, F. Wellman, Frances L. Bunker, Frances Bunker, F.L. Bunker, F. L. Bunker, F. Bunker
George Victor White, George V. White, George White, G.V. White, G. V. White, G. White, Geo. Victor White, Geo. V. White, Geo. White
Deane Spurling Whitney, Deane S. Whitney, Deane Whitney, D.S. Whitney, D. S. Whitney, D. Whitney

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