Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Amos, Lydia and Caroline Whitford - Pine Grove Cemetery


Amos Whitford
Died Aug. 28, 1867
Aged 77 yrs
& 7 mo.
_____

He shall return no more to
his house, neither shall his place know him any more.
John VII, 103

In memory of
Mrs. Lydia
wife of Amos Whitford, Esq.
who died Feb. 1, 1843
aged 47 years & 2 mo.
_____

Mother thou has gone and left us
Here thy loss we deeply feel

Caroline W.
daughter of
Amos & Lydia Whitford

who died
Sept. 28, 1842
aged 16 years & 5 mo.
_____

Kind friends don't weep I lay asleep
My sun went down at noon
And you must my companions be
God only knows how soon

Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Monday, May 28, 2012

Reuben Taylor

Reuben A. Taylor

Born May 23, 1858
Died March 5, 1903
_____________
Sleep on dear one
and take thy rest
God called thee home
He thought it best.

Saturday, May 26, 2012

Corey-Carr - Historic Cemetery No. 22



George W. Corey
April 26, 1842
Sept, 16, 1924

Jessie Carr
His wife
Oct. 22, 1856
Dec. 26, 1910

Then shall the righteous shine forth
As the sun in the kingdom of their fathers

Friday, May 25, 2012

Silas Wells - Historic Cemetery No. 22



Capt. Silas Wells
Died
Jan 27, 1863
Aged 80 years
& 22 days
__________
The angels are guarding
Thy slumbering rest
Till the grave shall give up
its hallowed trust

Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Oliver and Anstrus Mattison - Pine Grove Cemetery

Anstrus Wife of Oliver Mattison
Died Feb. 5, 1851 Aged 62 years 3 mos. & 28 days=
_________

Rest fond wife and mother
For thou were good and kind
Though gone from earth forever
Thy memory is in our mind.



Oliver Mattison
Died Sept. 26, 1882
Aged 91 yrs, 5 mo. & 3 days
_______

Dear Father thou art gone to rest
Thy toils and cares are o'er
And sorrow, pain and suffering now
Shall never distress thee more

Monday, May 21, 2012

Michael Metcalf - Swan Point



Michael Pierce Metcalf
1 Sept. 1933-20 Sept. 1987

Had no man more friends
in truth

Saturday, May 19, 2012

Sheffield and Ruth Sherman - Historic Cemetery No. 22



Sheffield L. Sherman
Co. A
1 R.I. Lt. Arty.
1839-1920































Ruth H.

wife of
Sheffield L. Sherman
Died Jany 31, 1883
Aged 37 years, 8 mos
& 28 days
______

Parted on earth may we
meet in heaven.

Friday, May 18, 2012

George W. Remington and Olive Dexter - Historic Cemetery No. 22



Father
Geo. W. Remington
Born
May 22, 1817
Died Aug. 24, 1902
____

"Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord."


























 Mother
Olive Dexter
wife of
Geo. W. Remington
Born Feb 27, 1818
Died Mar 1, 1890
______

A model Christian wife
and mother

Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Arlond and Barton Clark - Pine Grove Cemetery

Home is lonely without thee

Arlond S. Clark
Born Aug. 19, 1841,
Died May 24, 1905
___

Resting in the everlasting arms


Gone but not forgotten

Barton Clark
Died Jan. 28, 1881
in the 69th year of his age
_____
He has gone away to the Silent land
Gone from all sickness and pain;
He is out of reach of the tempter's snare
And never will suffer again.
______

For what is your life James ix, 11

Monday, May 14, 2012

Capt. George Hudson - Swan Point



Sacred to the memory of
Capt. George F. Hudson
commander of S.S. Norman Bridge
who died at Tampico, Mexico Mar 8 1916
aged 43 years
This stone was erected
by his colleagues
in the Mexican Petroleum Company
as a mark of esteem for one
who has won the love and respect of all

Saturday, May 12, 2012

Mary Phillips - Historic Cemetery No. 22



Mary Phillips
wife of
Christopher C. Greene
Died December 20, 1883
in the 83rd year
of her age
_________
"I have fought the good fight
I have finished my course
I have kept the faith"

Friday, May 11, 2012

Daniel and Susan Knight - Historic Cemetery No. 22



Daniel R. Knight
Died
April 27, 1877
In the 72nd year
of his age
______
Experienced religion March
1828. Went forward in baptism
and joined the church in Scituate
RI on the 19 of the same month
Ordained Deacon Jan. 1, 1831
Ordained Elder Oct. 18, 1849
____
I have fought the good fight, I have finished my course. I have kept the faith



Susan Knight
wife of
Rev.Daniel R. Knight
and daughter of
Moses and Olive Colvin
Sep. 28, 1806
July 2, 1858
____
"I shall be satisfied when I
awake, with thy likeness."

Joslin - Historic Cemetery No. 22



A good name is rather to be chosen
than great riches, and loving
favour rather than silver and gold

Monday, May 7, 2012

Job Danforth - Swan Point


Mr. Job Danforth
died in this City,
Nov. 23, 1838,
aged 93 years 7 months
& 2 days.
______________

He descended to the grave, venerable
in years, and highly respected for a
conscientious, and cheerful discharge
of all the duties of a Husband, Father,
citizen, and Christian.

The native vigour of his intellect was
much improved by reading; and from a
daily perusal of the Scriptures for many years,
his heart was imbued with the truths of the
Christian Revelation, of which he was, for a
long period, to his decease, an active professor,
striving always, by precept ad example, "to adorn the doctrine of God our Saviour in all things."

Saturday, May 5, 2012

Sally Joslin - Historic Cemetery No. 22



Sally Joslin
Wife of
Thomas G. Corey
Born Mar 1, 1816
Died Feb. 12, 1896
_____
Asleep in Jesus blessed sleep

Friday, May 4, 2012

Holberton - Historic Cemetery No. 22



Gone but not forgotten

Mary C.
wife of
Geo. W. Holberton
& widow of
Wm. R. Potter
Died Jan. 19, 1874
Aged 50 years, 8 mos
& 11 days.
_______

Past her suffering, past her pain
Cease to weep for tears are vain:
Calm the tumult of your breast,
She who suffered is at rest.

Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Mary E. and Mary Olive Brown - Historic Cemetery No. 22



Mary E. Brown
wife of
George T. Brown
Born Oct. 11 1847
Died Dec. 8, 1883
______

Yes dear mother thou art gone
Gone from this world of sin & pain
Forever there with Christ to reign



Mary Olive
daughter of
George T. & Mary
Brown
Born Feb. 17, 1864
Died June 6, 1884
_______
Sister thou art gone to rest
We will not weep for thee
For thou art now where often ____
Thy spirit longed to be

Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Swan Point - Providence



Looking across the Seekonk River toward Massachusetts from the Gazebo



The quiet of the water at the foot of the cemetery. . .