Photo courtesy of Priscilla Richardson

Preble Cemetery

The Preble Cemetery,
Great Cranberry Island, Maine

Compiled by
Bruce Komusin
Great Cranberry Island Historical Society

Published by the Great Cranberry Island Historical Society
August 1994

Revised and expanded for internet publication in 2000.

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

The Preble Cemetery is at the end of a short footpath off the main road, just south of the tennis court. The cemetery is in the midst of spruce and birch trees, surrounded by a traditional white picket fence. It contains 56 headstones; the oldest is dated 1840, and the latest, 1990.

Perhaps most touching of the stones are those of the three children Mildred, Jennie, and Harley Rosebrook (2d-f), who died within one week of each other in late September, 1898. Other curious inscriptions are those of Harding (1a), Rosa Spurling (3g), Mary Moore and Hannah Stanley (5h), and Josiah Young (7a).

Since most inscriptions face west, the best time to visit the cemetery is in the early afternoon, when the sun shines onto the faces of the stones from above, throwing the incised letters into clear relief.

Layout of the Cemetery

The overall dimensions of the cemetery are 95 feet long and 55.5 feet wide. The longest dimension lies east/west.

There are 56 headstones and 24 footstones in the cemetery. All the graves lie to the east of the headstones except those against the eastern fence. All inscriptions face west except those on the stones against the western fence, and on the back of Amy Young's stone (5e).

All but one (10b) of the footstones are small and simple: just blank or inscribed with initials. They indicate where the coffin lies, to prevent disturbing an existing grave when digging a new one.

The 8-foot entrance on the east side, facing the main road, shows no evidence of a gate or closure. Its width matches the 8-foot 1.5-inch door frame opening of the "Hearse House" structure built on the back of the island church, so it seems likely that the hearse was driven directly into the cemetery for burials.

There was a 4.5-foot double-swinging gate near the northwest corner of the cemetery, probably intended as a convenient access to the well-known footpath to Preble Cove. The eastern half of this gate was missing in 1994, when the first study of the cemetery was done. Maintenance work by the Alley Family in 1998 sealed off the gate by extending the fence over it.

The surrounding wooden picket fence is supported by 0.75-inch solid iron rods at the end of each fence section, driven into the ground or into large stones. Thus the fence structure did not depend on typical buried wooden support posts, which would tend to rot and weaken in a few short years.

In 1994 the picket fence was in need of repair where occasionally a blown-down tree had smashed the tops of some of the pickets; it also needed some paint. The 1998 renovation by the Alleys included replacing and/or renailing loose pickets, and painting the entire fence white.

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, some few have cracked completely through, and on two stones the first name has been cracked off and lost.

Grave Site Layout

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Inscriptions

The following preliminary list gives my best rendering of all the inscriptions. One or two inscriptions are pitted and difficult or impossible to read. Two others 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. I welcome corrections from old family records or from your own personal research.

1a
??? HARDING [fallen and broken stone]
died in Africa
July 27, 1860
AE. 29 yrs

The souls of our sister and brother is gone
To heighten the triumph above
Exalted in Jesus his name
And elapsed in the arms of his love.

1b
MARY A.S.
dau. of Henry &
Amy Furnald
DIED
??? 1854 [eroded]
??? days [eroded]

1c
CHARLIE S.
Son of Edward
& Rose P. Wedge
Died
April 6, 1895
Age 6 mos.

Here is one who is sleeping in
faith and love, with hope that
is treasured in heaven above.

1d
LESLIE WEDGE
DIED OCT 10, 1901
INFANT
DIED NOV 9, 1899
CHILDREN OF
EDWARD & ROSINDA P.
WEDGE


2a
FATHER [top]
WILLIAM P. PREBLE
<Masonic device>
DIED
APR 13, 1905
AE. 94 YRS.7DS.
(P)


2b
GONE HOME [fallen stone]
<Hand pointing up>
MRS. ABIGAIL C.
Wife of
WILLIAM P. PREBLE
DIED
Jan 17, 1874
AE. 65 yrs. 6mos.
& 14 das.

We Loved Her.


2c
<Leaf motif>

EBER C. EBER M.
DIED DIED
Nov 24, Sept 8,
1853 1856
AE.1yr.6m. AE.1yr.4m.
22 ds. 6 ds.
Children of
Wm. P. & A.C. Preble

These lovely buds so young and fair
Caught ?thoe? by early doom
Just came to show how sweet a flower
In paradise could bloom.

--- walkway ---

2d
MILDRED V.
Dau. of G.H. &
Cora A. Rosebrook
Died
Sept. 29, 1898
AE.3yrs.18dys.

2e
JENNIE I.
Dau. of G.H. &
Cora A. Rosebrook
Died
Sept. 28, 1898
AE.6yrs.3mos.
23dys.

2f
HARLEY C.
Son of G.H. &
Cora A. Rosebrook
Died
Sept. 22, 1898
AE.4yrs.8mos.
25dys.


3a
<Anchor motif>
SMITH C. SPURLING
DIED
Died Feb.9,1879
AE.27y's.1mo.15d's.

Why should we mourn our brother's loss
Since death to him is bliss!
He lives again - in faith he died,
And Christ has promised this.

3b
<Anchor motif>
ROBERT SPURLING
DIED
Oct. 5 1881
AE.66y's.5m's.22d's.

Our father has gone to a mansion of rest,
From a region of sorrow and pain
To the glorious land of the Deity blest,
Where he never can suffer again.

3c
MRS. LUCY A.
Wife of
ROBERT SPURLING
Died Nov.29, 1872
AE.45yrs.1mo.&25ds.

My toils are past, my work is done.
And I am fully blessed;
I've fought the fight, the vict'ry won,
And entered into rest.

3d
<weeping willow> [fallen and broken stone]
SMITH C. SPURLING
drowned
March 15, 1859
AE.34yrs.4mos.
& 2d's.

He's gone the spotless soul has gone
Triumphant to his place above
The prison walls are broken down
The angels speed his swift remove
And shouting on ??? wings he flies
And gains his rest in paradise

3e
BETSEY
Wife of
Thomas Feeks
died Aug 15, 1859
AE. 26 years

3f
CHARLES HARDING
DIED
Oct. 27, 1883
AE.63yrs.3mos.

My husband how fondly shall thy memory
Be shrined within the chambers of my heart
Thy virtuous worth was only known to me
And I can feel how sad it is to part

--- walkway ---

3g
ROSA L.
Wife of
Lewis E. Ladd
and
Edward H. Spurling [probably the same man as Edwin Spurling, 3h]
1865--1920


3h
<Anchor motif>
Capt.
EDWIN H. SPURLING
DIED
June 6, 1895
AE.32yrs.7mos.

For when the morn came dim and sad
And chill with early showers
His quiet eyelids closed; he had
Another morn than ours.


4a
HARVEY PREBLE [Spurling]
Son of Benj. H. &
Frances A. Spurling
Died Aug. 9 1877
AE.19 days

4b
HENRIETTA G.
dau. of Justus W. &
Thankful C. Gilley
died Nov. 14, 1857
AE.17ys.8ms.5ds.

"Yet again we hope to meet thee
When the storms of life are fled
Then in heaven with joy to greet thee
Where no farewell tear is shed."

4c
<Hand pointing up>
FATHER
JUSTUS W. GILLEY
Feb. 26, 1815
Jan. 19, 1860

4d
WILBERT A.
1851--1930
RICE

4e
RICE [top]
ELLA C.
WIFE OF
WILBERT A. RICE
1850--1890

4f
RICE [top]
CHESTER M.
SON OF
WILBERT A. & ELLA C.
BORN NOV. 3 1886
DROWND FEB 27 1908
AGE 21 YRS 3 MO 24 DA

--- walkway ---

4g
ROSINDA P.
WIFE OF
EDWARD WEDGE
1862--1961

Rose Wedge

4h
EDWARD WEDGE
1855--1930
AT REST


5a
SAMUEL J.
Son of William R. &
Caroline M. Rice
DIED
July 15, 1860
AE. 1y'rs 3m's.
& 15 d's

Of such is the kingdom of heaven

5b
RICE [top]
WILLIAM R.
1816--1889

5c
RICE [top]
CAROLINE M.
WIFE OF
WILLIAM R.
1828--1910

5d
HENRY FERNALD
DIED
Nov. 20, 1885
AE. 73 y's 2 m's

Dearest father thou hast left us
Here thy loss we deeply feel
But 'tis God who hath bereft us
He can all our sorrows heal

5e
AMY YOUNG
Wife of
Henry Fernald
DIED
Jan. 23, 1908
AE. 90 yrs. 11 mos.
& 23 days
<Twig & leaves motif>

[On back of stone]
MOTHER
One precious to our hearts has gone,
The voice we loved is stilled,
The place made vacant in our home
Can never more be filled.
Our Father in His wisdom called
The boon His love had given;
And though on earth the body lies,
The soul is safe in Heaven.

--- walkway ---

5f
PHILENA J.
Wife of
Daniel K. Stanley
1849--1934

5g
DANIEL K. STANLEY
Died
Mar. 24, 1920
AE.84yrs.11mos.

5h
MARY S.
Wife of
Joseph Moore
1808--1840
HANNAH S.
Wife of
Daniel K. Stanley
1840--1856


6a
STANLEY
MARY H.
WIFE OF
THOMAS M. STANLEY
1843--1927

6b
STANLEY
THOMAS M. STANLEY
1827--1913

6c
<Weeping willow motif>
ABIGAIL C.
WIFE OF
Thomas M. Stanley.
died July 28, 1860
AE.22 y'rs 10 m's

Dearest sister thou hast left us
Here thy loss we deeply feel,
But 'tis God that hath bereft us,
He can all our sorrows heal.

6d
PERLEY RUSSELL
Son of Wm. H. &
Elmenia T. Preble
Died Dec 17, 1871
AE 2 mos. 13 ds.

6e
EVA FLORENCE
Dau. of Wm. H. &
Elmenia T. Preble,
DIED
July 30, 1879
AE 16 yrs. 5 ds.

--- walkway ---


7a
JOSIAH YOUNG
DIED
Apr. 16, 1864
AE.74yrs.11ms.28ds.

Father we will wipe away
The tears for thee we shed
And calmly lay the[e] down to rest
In silence with the dead

7b
ROXANA
wife of
Josiah Young
DIED
June 10, 1865
AE.70yrs.2mos.3ds.

Mother thou art gone to rest,
Thy toils and cares are o'er;
And sorrow pain and suffering now
Shall ne'er distress thee more.

7c
Capt.
ENOCH SPURLING
Died
Nov. 9, 1890
AE.78yrs. 2mos.

One by one earths ties are broken

7d
MARY S.
wife of
Capt. Enoch Spurling
Died Dec. 27, 1885
AE.73y's.1mo.24d's.

Who would the Saviour's glory share,
Must one another's burdens bear.

7e
NAHUM Y. SPURLING
BORN
May 28, 1837
DIED
July 26, 1890

--- walkway ---

7f
<Cross>
DOROTHY CAMPBELL
MACFARLAN
JAN. 31, 1894
MAY 12, 1985


8a
<Dying Rosebud motif>
INFANT
Dau. of Samuel C. &
Georgiana Stover.
Died Mar. 18, 1870
AE.3d'ys.

8b
SAMUEL C. STOVER
1849--1912
HIS WIFE
GEORGIANNA SPURLING
1849--1917

8c
<Two palm leaves>
GILBERT H.
1867--1937
CORA A.
1867--1954
ROSEBROOK

8d

FATHER MOTHER [top]
EBEN C SARAH J.
Dec.9,1835 Aug.1,1841
Apr.2,1911 July20,1916
ROSEBROOK

--- walkway ---


9a
S
1837 JOHN B. 1903
1845 ELMIRA G. 1922
1861 IRVING A. 1881
1884 GEORGE F. 1905
STEELE

9b
<3 interlocking rings, each with 1 letter: "F","L","T">
JOHN B. STEELE JR.
1880--1911
AT REST

[FLT, in chain links, is a symbol of the Independant Order of Odd Fellows, a fraternal organization. The letters stand for Friendship, Love, Truth.]

9c
FATHER MOTHER
JOSIAH Y. SPURLING
1844--1915.
His wife
FRANCES E. STEELE
1847--1913.

--- walkway ---


10a
<Rose at upper left and right corners>

RICE
LESLIE M. NELLIE M.
1882--1966 1889--1971

Leslie M. Rice

10b

BEAL
BARBARA R. CLARENCE E.
1913<anchor>1973 1916<anchor>1990


[on footstone]
<Cross>
CLARENCE E BEAL
US MARINE CORPS
1916   1990

10c [facing walkway]

ALLEY
ANDREW E. CLARA B.
1894--1968 1895--1965


10d
LEROY L.
JAN.29,1930
SEPT.9,1945
SON OF
ANDREW E. & CLARA A.
ALLEY


Notes

The text above was mostly taken from the printed document published by the Great Cranberry Historical Society in 1994. However, some corrections have been made in this new internet edition. This text, and everything that follows is new, added by me to facilitate genealogical research on the web.

On the Cemeteries page I have provided a link to download a comma-separated database of all the names on the Preble Cemetery inscriptions along with their approximate dates (to the year) and notes. For exact dates see the inscriptions themselves.

The Table of Names in Alphabetical Order is generated from that database.

Sorting the database by DIED date, we see that the first interment was Mary S. Moore (5h) in 1840, but curiously, the first stones were placed in the cemetery only in 1856: see Eber M. Preble (2c), and Hannah S. Stanley (5h.)

There have been no burials in the Preble Cemetery since this list was compiled in 1994. Mickey Macfarlan is the only additional person anticipated to be buried in the cemetery.

Maintenance

In the fall of 1998, Cleo Alley and his wife Donna (Beal) Alley, arrived with a gang of kids and, as a family project, spent several days putting the Preble Cemetery into shape. They cut the trees and brush from the cemetery and about 12 feet around the outside. They trimmed the grass and bushes, repaired and painted the fence, and scrubbed and bleached the headstones. They also stood the stones up that had fallen over and leveled the ones that were leaning. They found several stones that were covered and set them up as best they could.

They returned again in the fall of 1999 to epoxy some of the broken stones, do a general cleanup, and finish the job.

Cleo writes: "This has been a family project, and it's kind of heartwarming to know my family cares enough to do this. Those involved were: Cleo and Donna Alley (her parents are Clarence and Barbara Beal, who are buried in the Preble Cemetery, along with her grandparents, and other relatives); my oldest son Michael Alley, his wife Anita, and their daughter Amber; my youngest son David Alley, his wife Loni, and their children Frank, David, Jason, Jared and Sara; my youngest daughter Melissa Manheim, her husband Kevin, and their children Jessica, Jaime, Jeremy, Jennifer, Jodi, and Tyler; and Annie and Harry Alley and their son Mark. Harry Alley is also a half brother of Clarence Beal, and their mother Clara Alley and Harry's brother Leroy are also buried there."

-Bruce Komusin, 5 October 1999


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. I've listed Rosa (3g) under both her husbands' family 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
    *       Preble Cemetery database last updated 10 April 1999
Preble 1b Mary A. S. ?        
Preble 10c Andrew E. Alley 1894 1968 74 husb. of Clara B.; maybe Clara A.?
Preble 10c Clara B. Alley 1895 1965 70 wife of Andrew E.
Preble 10d Leroy L. Alley 1930 1945 15 son of Andrew E. & Clara A.; maybe Clara B.?
Preble 10b Barbara R. Beal 1913 1973 60 wife of Clarence E.
Preble 10b Clarence E. Beal 1916 1990 74 husb. of Barbara R.
Preble 3e Betsey Feeks 1833 1859 26 wife of Thomas
Preble 3e Thomas Feeks       cited; husb. of Betsey
Preble 5e Amy Fernald 1817 1908 90 born a Young; wife of Henry
Preble 5d Henry Fernald 1807 1885 78 husb. of Amy
Preble 4b Henrietta G. Gilley 1840 1857 17 dau. of Justus W. & Thankful G.
Preble 4c Justus W. Gilley 1815 1860 44 husb. of Thankful G.
Preble 4b Thankful G. Gilley       cited; wife of Justus W.
Preble 1a ? Harding 1831 1860 29 died in Africa
Preble 3f Charles Harding 1820 1883 63  
Preble 3g Lewis E. Ladd       cited; 2nd husb. of Rosa L.
Preble 3g Rosa L. Ladd 1865 1920 55 wife first of Edward H. Spurling then Lewis E. Ladd
Preble 7f Dorothy Campbell Macfarlan 1894 1985 91 moth. of Mickey
Preble 5h Joseph Moore       cited; husb. of Mary S.
Preble 5h Mary S. Moore 1808 1840 32 wife of Joseph; maybe moth. of Hannah S. Stanley
Preble 5h Hannah S. Moore? 1840 1856 16 1st? wife of Daniel K.; maybe dau. of Mary S. & Joseph Moore
Preble 2b Abigail C. Preble 1808 1874 65 wife of William P.
Preble 2c Eber C. Preble 1852 1853 1 son of William P. & A. C.
Preble 2c Eber M. Preble 1855 1856 1 son of William P. & A. C.
Preble 6e Elmenia T. Preble       cited; wife of William H.
Preble 6e Eva Florence Preble 1863 1879 16 dau. of William H. & Elmenia T.
Preble 6d Perley Russell Preble 1871 1871 2 months son of William H. & Elmenia T.
Preble 6e William H. Preble       cited; husb. of Elmenia T.
Preble 2a William P. Preble 1811 1905 94  
Preble 5c Caroline M. Rice 1828 1910 82 wife of William R.
Preble 4f Chester M. Rice 1886 1908 21 son of Wilbert A. & Ella C.; drowned
Preble 4e Ella C. Rice 1850 1890 40 wife of Wilbert A.
Preble 10a Leslie M. Rice 1882 1966 84 husb. of Nellie M.
Preble 10a Nellie M. Rice 1889 1971 82 wife of Leslie M.
Preble 5a Samuel J. Rice 1859 1860 1 son of William R. & Caroline M.
Preble 4d Wilbert A. Rice 1851 1930 79 husb. of Ella C.
Preble 5b William R. Rice 1816 1889 73 husb. of Caroline M.
Preble 8c Cora A. Rosebrook 1867 1954 87 wife of Gilbert H.
Preble 8d Eben C. Rosebrook 1835 1911 75 husb. of Sarah J.
Preble 8c Gilbert H. Rosebrook 1867 1937 70 husb. of Cora A.
Preble 2f Harley C. Rosebrook 1893 1898 4 son of G. H. & Cora A.
Preble 2e Jennie I. Rosebrook 1892 1898 6 dau. of G. H. & Cora A.
Preble 2d Mildred V. Rosebrook 1895 1898 3 dau. of G. H. & Cora A.
Preble 8d Sarah J. Rosebrook 1841 1916 74 wife of Eben C.
Preble 3d ? Spurling 1824 1859 34 male; drowned
Preble 4a Benjamin H. Spurling       cited; husb. of Frances A.
Preble 3g Edward H. Spurling       cited; 1st. husb. of Rosa L.
Preble 3h Edwin H. Spurling 1862 1895 32 prob. "Edward H." - 1st. husb. of Rosa L.
Preble 7c Enoch Spurling 1812 1890 78 Captain; husb. of Mary S.
Preble 4a Frances A. Spurling       cited; wife of Benjamin H.
Preble 9c Frances E. Spurling 1847 1913 66 born a Steele; wife of Josiah Y.
Preble 8b Georgianna Spurling 1849 1917 68 wife of Samuel C. Stover
Preble 4a Harvey Preble Spurling 1877 1877 18 days son of Benjamin H. & Frances A. Spurling; Preble is his middle name
Preble 9c Josiah Y. Spurling 1844 1915 71 husb. of Frances E.
Preble 3c Lucy A. Spurling 1827 1872 45 wife of Robert
Preble 7d Mary S. Spurling 1812 1885 73 wife of Enoch
Preble 7e Nahum Y. Spurling 1837 1890 53  
Preble 3b Robert Spurling 1815 1881 66  
Preble 3g Rosa L. Spurling 1865 1920 55 wife first of Edward H. Spurling then Lewis E. Ladd
Preble 3a Smith C. Spurling 1851 1879 27  
Preble 6c Abigail C. Stanley 1837 1860 22 1st? wife of Thomas M.
Preble 5g Daniel K. Stanley 1835 1920 84 husb. of Hannah S. & Philena J.
Preble 5h Hannah S. Stanley 1840 1856 16 1st? wife of Daniel K.; maybe dau. of Mary S. & Joseph Moore
Preble 6a Mary H. Stanley 1843 1927 84 2nd? wife of Thomas M.
Preble 5f Philena J. Stanley 1849 1934 85 2nd? wife of Daniel K.
Preble 6b Thomas M. Stanley 1827 1913 86 husb. of Abigail C. & Mary H.
Preble 9a Elmira G. Steele 1845 1922 77  
Preble 9c Frances E. Steele 1847 1913 66 wife of Josiah Y. Spurling
Preble 9a George F. Steele 1884 1905 21  
Preble 9a Irving A. Steele 1861 1881 20  
Preble 9a John B. Steele 1837 1903 66  
Preble 9b John B. (Jr.) Steele 1880 1911 31  
Preble 8b Georgianna Stover 1849 1917 68 born a Spurling; wife of Samuel C.
Preble 8a infant Stover 1870 1870 3 days dau. of Samuel C. & Georgiana
Preble 8b Samuel C. Stover 1849 1912 63 husb. of Georgianna
Preble 1c Charles S. Wedge 1894 1895 6 months son of Edward & Rose P.
Preble 4h Edward Wedge 1855 1930 75 husb. of Rosinda P.
Preble 1d infant Wedge 1899 1899   child of Edward & Rosinda P.
Preble 1d Leslie Wedge   1901   child of Edward & Rosinda P.
Preble 4g Rosinda P. (Rose) Wedge 1862 1961 99 wife of Edward
Preble 5e Amy Young 1817 1908 90 wife of Henry Fernald
Preble 7a Josiah Young 1789 1864 74 husb. of Roxana
Preble 7b Roxana Young 1795 1865 70 wife of Josiah

Variations of Names Mentioned on the Stones

If a search engine brings you to this page, please scan the Table of Names in Alphabetical Order to find the person you're looking for. The following list is not for human consumption. It has several variations on all the names mentioned on the stones, for the benefit of web search engines.

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Andrew E. Alley, Andrew Alley, A.E. Alley, A. E. Alley, A. Alley
Clara B. Alley, Clara Alley, C.B. Alley, C. B. Alley, C. Alley
Leroy L. Alley, Leroy Alley, L.L. Alley, L. L. Alley
Barbara R. Beal, Barbara Beal, B.R. Beal, B. R. Beal, B. Beal
Clarence E. Beal, Clarence Beal, C.E. Beal, C. E. Beal, C. Beal
Betsey Feeks, B. Feeks
Thomas Feeks, T. Feeks, Tom Feeks, Thom. Feeks
Amy Fernald, A. Fernald, Amy Young, A. Young
Henry Fernald, H. Fernald
Henrietta G. Gilley, Henrietta Gilley, H.G. Gilley, H. G. Gilley, H. Gilley
Thankful G. Gilley, Thankful Gilley, T.G. Gilley, T. G. Gilley, T. Gilley
Justus W. Gilley, Justus Gilley, J.W. Gilley, J. W. Gilley, J. Gilley
Charles Harding, C. Harding, Chas. Harding
Lewis E. Ladd, Lewis Ladd, L.E. Ladd, L. E. Ladd, L. Ladd
Rosa L. Ladd, Rosa Ladd, R.L. Ladd, R. L. Ladd, R. Ladd, Rosa L. Spurling, Rosa Spurling, R.L. Spurling, R. L. Spurling, R. Spurling
Dorothy Campbell Macfarlan, Dorothy C. Macfarlan, Dorothy Macfarlan, D.C. Macfarlan, D. C. Macfarlan, D. Macfarlan
Mary S. Moore, Mary Moore, M.S. Moore, M. S. Moore, M. Moore
Hannah S. Stanley, Hannah Stanley, H.S. Stanley, H. S. Stanley, H. Stanley, Hannah S. Moore, Hannah Moore, H.S. Moore, H. S. Moore, H. Moore
Joseph Moore, J. Moore, Joe Moore
Abigail C. Preble, Abigail Preble, A.C. Preble, A. C. Preble, A. Preble
Eber C. Preble, Eber Preble, E.C. Preble, E. C. Preble, E. Preble
Eber M. Preble
Elmenia T. Preble, Elmenia Preble, E.T. Preble, E. T. Preble
Eva Florence Preble, Eva F. Preble, Eva Preble, E.F. Preble, E. F. Preble
Perley Russell Preble, Perley R. Preble, Perley Preble, P.R. Preble, P. R. Preble, P. Preble
William H. Preble, William Preble, W.H. Preble, W. H. Preble, W. Preble, Wm. H. Preble, Wm. Preble
William P. Preble, W.P. Preble, W. P. Preble, Wm. P. Preble
Caroline M. Rice, Caroline Rice, C.M. Rice, C. M. Rice, C. Rice
Chester M. Rice, Chester Rice
Ella C. Rice, Ella Rice, E.C. Rice, E. C. Rice, E. Rice
Leslie M. Rice, Leslie Rice, L.M. Rice, L. M. Rice, L. Rice, Les M. Rice, Les Rice
Nellie M. Rice, Nellie Rice, N.M. Rice, N. M. Rice, N. Rice
Samuel J. Rice, Samuel Rice, S.J. Rice, S. J. Rice, S. Rice, Sam J. Rice, Sam Rice
Wilbert A. Rice, Wilbert Rice, W.A. Rice, W. A. Rice, W. Rice
William R. Rice, William Rice, W.R. Rice, W. R. Rice, W. Rice, Wm. R. Rice, Wm. Rice
Cora A. Rosebrook, Cora Rosebrook, C.A. Rosebrook, C. A. Rosebrook, C. Rosebrook
Eben C. Rosebrook, Eben Rosebrook, E.C. Rosebrook, E. C. Rosebrook, E. Rosebrook
Gilbert H. Rosebrook, Gilbert Rosebrook, G.H. Rosebrook, G. H. Rosebrook, G. Rosebrook
Harley C. Rosebrook, Harley Rosebrook, H.C. Rosebrook, H. C. Rosebrook, H. Rosebrook
Jennie I. Rosebrook, Jennie Rosebrook, J.I. Rosebrook, J. I. Rosebrook, J. Rosebrook
Mildred V. Rosebrook, Mildred Rosebrook, M.V. Rosebrook, M. V. Rosebrook, M. Rosebrook
Sarah J. Rosebrook, Sarah Rosebrook, S.J. Rosebrook, S. J. Rosebrook, S. Rosebrook
Benjamin H. Spurling, Benjamin Spurling, B.H. Spurling, B. H. Spurling, B. Spurling, Ben H. Spurling, Ben Spurling, Benj. H. Spurling, Benj. Spurling
Edward H. Spurling, Edward Spurling, E.H. Spurling, E. H. Spurling, E. Spurling, Ed H. Spurling, Edw. H. Spurling, Ed Spurling, Edw. Spurling, might also be Edwin H. Spurling, Edwin Spurling
Enoch Spurling
Frances A. Spurling, Frances Spurling, F.A. Spurling, F. A. Spurling, F. Spurling
Frances E. Spurling, Frances Spurling, F.E. Spurling, F. E. Spurling
Georgianna Spurling, G. Spurling
Harvey Preble Spurling, Harvey P. Spurling, Harvey Spurling, H.P. Spurling, H. P. Spurling, H. Spurling
Josiah Y. Spurling, Josiah Spurling, J.Y. Spurling, J. Y. Spurling, J. Spurling
Lucy A. Spurling, Lucy Spurling, L.A. Spurling, L. A. Spurling, L. Spurling
Mary S. Spurling, Mary Spurling, M.S. Spurling, M. S. Spurling, M. Spurling
Nahum Y. Spurling, Nahum Spurling, N.Y. Spurling, N. Y. Spurling, N. Spurling
Robert Spurling, R. Spurling, Bob Spurling, Robt. Spurling
Smith C. Spurling, Smith Spurling, S.C. Spurling, S. C. Spurling, S. Spurling
Abigail C. Stanley, Abigail Stanley, A.C. Stanley, A. C. Stanley, A. Stanley
Daniel K. Stanley, Daniel Stanley, D.K. Stanley, D. K. Stanley, D. Stanley, Dan K. Stanley, Dan Stanley, Danl. K. Stanley, Danl. Stanley
Hannah S. Stanley, Hannah Stanley, H.S. Stanley, H. S. Stanley, H. Stanley
Mary H. Stanley, Mary Stanley, M.H. Stanley, M. H. Stanley, M. Stanley
Philena J. Stanley, Philena Stanley, P.J. Stanley, P. J. Stanley, P. Stanley
Thomas M. Stanley, Thomas Stanley, T.M. Stanley, T. M. Stanley, T. Stanley, Tom M. Stanely, Tom Stanley, Thom. M. Stanley, Thom. Stanley
Elmira G. Steele, Elmira Steele, E.G. Steele, E. G. Steele, E. Steele
Frances E. Steele, Frances Steele, F.E. Steele, F. E. Steele, F. Steele
George F. Steele, George Steele, G.F. Steele, G. F. Steele, G. Steele, Geo. F. Steele, Geo. Steele
Irving A. Steele, Irving Steele, I.F. Steele, I. F. Steele, I. Steele
John B. Steele, John Steele, J.B. Steele, J. B. Steele, J. Steele
John B. Steele Jr., John Steele Jr., J.B. Steele Jr., J. B. Steele Jr., J. Steele Jr.
Georgianna Stover, G. Stover
infant Stover infant
Samuel C. Stover, Samuel Stover, S.C. Stover, S. C. Stover, S. Stover, Sam C. Stover, Sam Stover, Saml. C. Stover, Saml. Stover
Charlie S. Wedge, Charles S. Wedge, Charlie Wedge, Charles Wedge, C.S. Wedge, C. S. Wedge, C. Wedge, Chas. S. Wedge, Chas. Wedge
Edward Wedge, E. Wedge, Ed Wedge
infant Wedge infant
Leslie Wedge, L. Wedge
Rosinda P. Wedge, Rosinda Wedge, Rose P. Wedge, Rose Wedge, R.P. Wedge, R. P. Wedge, R. Wedge
Josiah Young, J. Young, Jos. Young
Roxana Young, R. Young
Mary A. S. Mary

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