A List of Revolutionary Soldiers of Berwick (1)
Compiled from the Records of the Town
by W. D. SPENCER (2)
1898

Berwick is destined to be a place of historical interest. The number of persons tracing their family lines within its limits is surprising, and it will not be deemed presumptuous to say, that there is hardly a person of ancient American descent in New England, who does not include in his ancestry the name of some settler or early resident of the original town of this name. To aid those who are making historical and genealogical enquiries, this list of Revolutionary soldiers has been prepared from the town records. A tribute to the citizen soldiers of Berwick is the following: "To their everlasting honor be it said that they have furnished as many men, according to their number of inhabitants, as any town in the country. There are but a few ancient homesteads in the town, that are not honored by the grave of some Revolutionary soldier."

During the [American] Revolution two full companies were raised in Berwick. They were commanded by Captain Philip Hubbard(3) and Daniel Wood. Captain Wood was soon after promoted to Major, and Ebenezer Sullivan, a brother of General John, succeeded him in command. More than one hundred from the two companies were minute men, who were enlisted May 5, 1775, and remained in the army throughout the entire struggle. The town sent sixteen soldiers to Dorchester Heights [Siege of Boston under Gen. George Washington, 1775-76].

The spirit of the times is well illustrated by a few short extracts from the town books. Major Ichabod Goodwin, Junior(4,) was sent as the first delegate to the Provincial Congress and by him was presented the following petition: "To the Honorable, the Delegates of the Colony of Massachusetts Bay in Provincial Congress at Watertown convened: The petition of the Freeholders and Inhabitants of the town of Berwick in the county of York in town meeting5 convened humbly showeth: That the harbors of York and Kittery within the said county lie open to our now known enemies and the lives and properties of the inhabitants thereof and the neighboring Towns along the sea coast exposed to the ravages and depredations of the enemy and the remaining part of the inhabitants of this and the neighboring Towns labor under the disagreeable situation for a scant of arms and ammunition, of being incapable to defend themselves, wives, children and properties should a descent be made by the King's troops on this coast, which they have the greatest reason to fear will inevitably be the cost. Your petitioners therefore humbly pray this Honorable House in their great wisdom to take the premises into consideration and that they would dispatch one or more of the companies in the service of the Colony in order to guard and defend this coast and enable them by raising more troops in the service of the Colony in some measure to defend themselves.

    Berwick, May 31, 1775.

A later communication reads as follows: "The melancholy state of this Province, of which this town is a part, calls upon us, the inhabitants, to declare our sentiments and show how they agree with those of our brethren in this and the neighboring colonies of North American, relating to the improprieties of the Parliament of Great Britain in taxing North America. But the distance we are from the metropolis of this Province, and the little acquaintance we have with the nature of the dispute, renders it needless for us to attempt to say much upon the subject; yet as the cause is general we are in duty bound to declare our sentiments upon this important dispute, and so far as we understand it, we join with our brothers in this and the neighboring colonies in opposing the operation of those late acts of the British Parliament subjecting any article sent here from Great Britain to pay a duty for raising a revenue in North America, more especially that relative to East India teas, which we apprehend is unrighteous and unconstitutional, and has a direct tendency to destroy this and all other colonies of North America; and if the East India Company are permitted to send their teas and vend them here whilst they are subject to a duty to be paid in this Province, it will fully complete our ruin, and that speedily. We acknowledge and profess true and faithful allegiance to our faithful sovereign, King George the Third, and are willing at all times to risk our lives and fortunes in defense of his person and his family, but at the same time must earnestly contend for those rights and liberties we are entitled to by the laws of God, Nature, and the Constitution of this Province.

“Therefore, resolved, That no power on earth hath any just right to impose taxes upon us but the great and general Court of this Province, and all others are unconstitutional and not to be submitted to. That the East India Company sending their teas and vending them subject to a duty to be paid here to raise a revenue, is a high infringement upon the rights and liberties of this people, and has a direct tendency to complete our ruin. That we will at all times join with our brethren in all legal methods in opposing the East India Company in sending their teas here subject to a duty. That the thanks of this town be presented to the people of this and the neighboring colonies for their steady and resolute conduct in opposing the landing of the teas sent by the East India Company, and that we will at all times and by all legal and constitutional measures assist to the utmost of our power in opposing such impositions. That the thank of this town be presented to the town of Boston for their timely notice sent to this town of their proceedings in town meeting relative to the East India Company sending their teas; asking the favor that upon like occasion they will again do the same, wishing that a union of sentiment may take place in this and every colony in North America, and that the proceedings of this meeting be recorded and a copy sent to the Committee of Correspondence in the town of Boston."

July 1, 1776, the town instructed their representative that, "should the Honorable Congress for the safety of the colonies declare themselves independent of Great Britain, We, the inhabitants of Berwick, will solemnly engage with our lives and fortunes to support them in the measure."

Berwick asked for a form of government that might "be most easy and plain to be understood by people of all denominations whereby a line may be drawn that the Rulers and the Ruled may know their duty and that Tyranny on the one hand and Monarchy on the other hand may be avoided as much as possible."

Such were the sentiments of those who staked their lives and properties in a struggle for liberty. Some of those who enlisted had seen actual service in Indian Warfare and at the siege of Louisburg [Louisbourg]. At the beginning of the war all militia in town was mustered and an inventory taken of the arms and ammunition.

Several times during the Revolution horsemen were sent to Andover, Massachusetts, for lead. Under the date of April 2l, 1776, appears an order "to Freathy Spencer for twelve shillings, it being for his time a Running Bullets for this town;" a later order to John Abbott was for one day's work "running Bawls." Money was lavishly contributed by all patriots, both young and old, for soldiers' food, clothing and blankets. The enlisting took place at private houses. Jacob Shorey's house was used for this purpose in 1777. The town order book, from which the names of the soldiers are taken, is very ancient and uninviting in appearance; much of the writing is becoming illegible; many of its pages are soiled and worn.

In 1777 there were frequent calls for men for three years or during the war. This town's quota was thirty-five. Twenty-six names of those actually enrolled in the service are given here, and it would appear that the other nine were never supplied, on account, perhaps, of the large number already enlisted for shorter terms. Those who could not join for the whole time would enter the service for eight months. Capt. Thomas Hodsdon's company served at Peekskill for this period, their time expiring January 1, 1778. There was a call for men to serve eight months, from April, 1778, to January 11 17791 "to guard the passes of the Hudson." At the same time was a demand for soldiers to serve nine months in the regular army at Providence. In 1779 there was an appeal for volunteers to serve nine months at Springfield or six months at Providence until January 1, 1780. The later service is divided into two terms, one for six months "to the westward" (West Point and Peekskill), and one for three months "to the eastward" (Camden and Falmouth), until January 1, 1781.

Captain Philip Hubbard's company fought at Bunker Hill. Other Berwick men were in the expedition through northern Maine to Quebec. Some were at Valley Forge, at Springfield, Providence, West Point, Peekskill; others at Camden and Falmouth to protect the shipping. Many were in the hardest battles of the war. The home of Captain Thomas Hodsdon was the house now occupied as the Berwick town farm; Captain Samuel Grant lived near Conway Junction(6), in what is now South Berwick; Captain William Rogers lived near Doughty's Falls, in North Berwick. The name of Sullivan is better known than that of Berwick itself, and needs no comment here.

W. D. S., Berwick, Maine

    Note: Conway Jct. was So. Berwick, Me
    Revolutionary Soldiers of Berwick
    Abbot, Amos, minute man in 1775.
    Abbott, Benjamin, minute man in 1775; army, 1778; in Captain Pray's company, 1780.
    Abbott, Daniel7, minute man in 1775; served nine months in 1778.
    Abbott, James, served three years, (1777-1780); Falmouth, 1780.
    Abbott, John, minute man, in 1775.
    Abbott, Jonathan, minute man in 1775; prisoner, 1778.
    Abbott, Simeon, Falmouth, 1780. Lieutenant Thomas, 3rd, in the army under Captain Hodsdon in 1777.
    Abbott, Walter, minute man in 1775.
    Andrews, Benjamin, served eight months under Captain Hodsdon in 1777.
    Andrews, Elisha, Jr., minute man in 1775.
    Andrews, Joshua, soldier under Captain Hodsdon in 1777.
    Andrews, Joshua, Jr., Casco or Falmouth, 1780.
    Austin (Astin), Benjamin, army 1776.
    Baxter, Thomas, minute man in 1775;
    Bracket, John, minute man in 1775.
    Brackett, Joseph, minute man in 1775, Falmouth, 1780.
    Bragdon, John, served three years, 1770-1780.
    Brewer, Thomas, served three years, 1770-1780.
    Brock, Francis, minute man in 1775.
    Butler, Benjamin, son of Charles, at Peekskill under Captain Hodsdon for eight months in 1777.
    Butler, Charles, (see Benjamin and John Cop) at Peekskill, under Captain Hodsdon for eight months in 1777.
    Butler, James, minute man in 1775.
    Butler, John Cop, son of Charles, under Captain Hodsdon at Peekskill for eight months in 1777.
    Butler, John, minute man in 1775.
    Butler, Samuel, army, 1776.
    Butler, Thomas, prisoner, 1777.
    Chadbourne, Humphrey, Jr., in Captain Pray's company, 1780.
    Chadbourne, Levi, served three years, 1777-1780.
    Chadbourne, Scammon, minute man in 1775; army, 1776.
    Chadbourne, Simeon, minute man in 1775.
    Chadbourne, William, minute man in 1775.
    Chadwick, Jacob, minute man in 1775.
    Clark, Josiah, army, 1776.
    Clark, Samuel, Falmouth 1780
    Cooper, Alexander, minute man in 1775; army, 1776; served three years, 1777-1780.
    Costello, John, in Captain Pray's company, 1780.
    Davis, John, minute man in 1775; served three years 1777-1780
    Davis, William, served three years, 1777-1780.
    Dearing, John, Falmouth, 1780.
    Downs, Benjamin, army, 1777; served three years, 1777-1780.
    Downs, Ichabod, served nine months in 1778.
    Downs. James, minute man in I775; served nine months in 1778.
    Downs, Jedediah, minute man in 1775.
    Downs, Lieutenant Joshua, minute man in 1775; in Captain Hamilton's company, 1780.
    Earl, see Hearl.
    Emery, Job8, minute man in 1775.
    Emery, William9, minute man in 1775.
    Estes, Joseph, under Captain Hodsdon in 1775.
    Fall, Stephen, minute man in 1775.
    Fall, Trustrum, minute man in 1775.
    Ford, Miles, served three years, 1777-1780.
    Ford, Robert, army, 1777.
    Foye, John, in Captain Hamilton's company, Falmouth, 1780.
    Frost, Abraham, in Captain Pray's company, 1780.
    Frost, Caleb, minute man in 1775.
    Frost, Moses, Jr., served eight months under Captain Hodsdon at Peekskill in 1777.
    Frost, Stephen, minute man in 1775.
    Frost, William, in Captain Pray's company, 1780.
    Frost, William, Jr., in Captain Pray's company, 1780.
    Forbush [Furbish], Daniel, in Captain Pray's company, 1780.
    Forbush, Jacob, under Captain Grant in 1778.
    Forbush, Samuel, minute man in 1775.
    Furnice [Furness], John, minute man in 1775.
    Furnice, Robert, Jr., prisoner, 1781.
    Furnice, William, army, 1781.
    Gerrish, Alexander, served eight months, 1777.
    Gerrish, Clark, in Captain Pray's company, 1780.
    Goodwin, Aaron, prisoner, 1778.
    Goodwin, Adam, Jr., served ten months in 1778.
    Goodwin, Dominicus10, army, 1776.
    Goodwin, Ebenezer11, minute man in 1775.
    Goodwin, Elijah, army, 1777.
    Goodwin, James, served three years, 1777-1780; in Captain Pray's company, 1780.
    Goodwin, James, 3rd , minute man in 1775.
    Goodwin, Captain Jedediah, minute man in 1775 ; Falmouth, 1780.
    Goodwin, Nathan, minute man in 1775 ; prisoner, 1777.
    Goodwin, William, served nine months in 1778.
    Graffam, Uriah, served three years, 1777-1780.
    Grant, Alexander, prisoner, 1778.
    Grant, Daniel, minute man in 1775.
    Grant, Elias, served nine months in 1778.
    Grant, Elisha, minute man in 1775.
    Grant, Captain James, 3rd, minute man in 1775; army, 1776-1778.
    Grant, Captain John, army, 1780.
    Grant, Samuel, minute man in 1775.
    Gray, James, minute man in 1775.
    Gray, Jonathan, minute man in 1775.
   Guptill, James, minute man in 1775.
   Guptill, Moses, prisoner, 1778.
   Guptill, Samuel, army, 1778.
   Guptill, Stephen, minute man in 1775.
   Hamilton, John, served three months for Massabesic, 1780; Falmouth, 1780 ; “westward" three months, 1780.
   Hamilton, Captain Jonathan12, minute man in 1775 ; army, 1778-1780 ; in Captain Pray's company, 1780.
   Hamilton, Solomon, in Captain Ricker's company, 1780.
   Hancock, Nathan, Falmouth, 1780.
    Hanson, Aaron, minute man in 1775.
    Hanson, Henry, served three years, 1777-1780.
    Hanson, Isaac, Jr., served seven months in 1779.
    Hardison, John, Jr., served three years, 1777-1780; prisoner, 1778.
    Hardison, Peter, served three years, 1777-1780.
    Hardison, Stephen, minute man in 1775; served three years, 1777-1780.
    Hardison, Thomas, minute man in 1775.
    Hearl, Ebenezer, served nine months in 1778 and six months at West Point in 1780.
    Hearl, James, served three years, 1777-1780 ; died in 1778.
    Hearl, William, Falmouth, 1780.
    Hersom, Samuel, Falmouth, 1780.
    Higgins, Daniel, in Captain Pray's company, 1780.
    Higgins [Haggens], Edmund, in Captain Pray's company, 1780.
    Hill, Doctor John13, in Captain Pray's company, 1780.
    Hobbs, George, served three months, 1780.
    Hodsdon, Abraham, minute man in 1775.
    Hodsdon, Benjamin, served nine months in 1778.
    Hodsdon, Daniel, served nine months in 1778 ; prisoner, 1778.
    Hodsdon, James, in Captain Ricker's company, 1780.
    Hodsdon, Moses, Jr., minute man in 1775.
    Hodsdon, Richard14, wounded in 1778.
    Hodsdon, Stephen, minute man in 1775 ; served three years, 1777-1780.
    Hodsdon, Stephen, Jr., served three years, 1777-1780.
    Hodsdon, Captain Thomas, army, 1778 ; Falmouth, 1780.
    Hodsdon, William, minute man in 1775 ; Falmouth, 1780.
    Hooper, William, in Captain Hamilton's company, 1780.
    Hovey, Doctor Ivory15, in Captain Pray's company, 1780.
    Hubbard, Daniel, minute man in 1775.
    Hubbard, James, minute man in 1775.
    Hubbard, Joseph16, minute man in 1775.
    Hubbard, Moses, minute man in 1775 ; army, 1777 ; prisoner, 1778.
    Hubbard, Captain Philip17, minute man in 1775 ; army, 1777.
    Hubbard, Samuel, minute man in 1775.
    Hubbard, Stephen, prisoner, 1778.
    Huntress, Darling, in Captain Ricker's company, 1780.
    Janverin, Jonathan, prisoner, 1778.
    Jenning, John, army, 1779.
    Jones, Ebenezer, army, 1776; in Captain Hamilton's company, 1780 ; Falmouth, 1780.
    Jones, Eliphalet, minute man in 1775.
    Jones, Stephen, in Captain Hamilton's company; Falmouth, 1780.
    Jones, William, army, 1776.
    Knight, Benjamin18, prisoner, 1778.
    Knox, see Nocks.
   Libbey [Libby], Charles, minute man in 1776; served eight months in Captain Hodsdon's company in 1777.
    Libbey, Ebenezer, prisoner, 1778.
    Libbey, Elisha, minute man in 1775.
    Libbey, Jeremiah, Jr., minute man in 1775; prisoner, 1778.
    Libbey, Nathaniel19, minute man in 1775; in Captain Pray's company, 1780.
    Lord, Aaron, served nine months in 1778.
    Lord, Benjamin, 3rd served nine months in 1778,
    Lord, Caleb, minute man in 1775.
    Lord, Daniel. served eight mouths in 1777 ; Falmouth, 1780.
    Lord, Daniel, Jr., minute man in 1775.
    Lord, David, minute man in 1775.
    Lord, Elias, in Captain Grant's company, 1777.
    Lord, Humphrey, minute man in 1775.
    Lord, Ichabod, minuteman in 1775; prisoner in 1778.
    Lord, Jeremiah, 3rd, minute man in 1775.
    Lord, John, Jr., army, 1777.
    Lord, John, 3rd, served five months in 1778.
    Lord, Joseph, Jr., minute man in 1775.
    Lord, Captain Nathan, Jr., minute man, 1775; army, 1777; prisoner in 1781.
    Lord, Nathan, Jr.20, served three years, 1777-1780; in Captain Hamilton's company, 1780.
    Lord, Nathan, 3rd21, served three years, 1777-1780.
    Lord, Nathan22, 5th, minute man in 1775.
    Lord, Nicholas, 3rd, served six months at West Point in 1780.
    Lord, Richard23, served three years, 1777-1780.
    Lord, Samuel, in Captain Hamilton's company at Falmouth, 1780.
    Lord, Samuel, Jr., served three years, 1777-1780.
    Lord, Simeon24, minute man in 1775 ; made Second Lieutenant, served three years, 1777-1780.
    Lord, Wentworth, minute man in 1775.
    Lord, William, minute man in 1775.
    Low, Doctor Nathaniel [Nathanael]25, in Captain Pray's company, 1780.
    Manning, Richard, Falmouth (“to the eastward"), 1780,
    Manning, Samuel, served eight months under Captain Hodsdon, 1777.
    Mars, William, served eight months under Captain Hodsdon in 1777; Falmouth, 1780.
    McGoah (McGuire), Alexander, in Captain Pray's company, 1780.
    Miles, Guppy, prisoner, 1778.
    Muffat, Thomas, "soldier to the eastward" (Falmouth), 1780.
    Murray, David, served nine months in 1778.
    Murray, Thomas, Falmouth, 1780.
    Murray, William, Falmouth, 1780.
    Nason, Amos, “soldier to the westward" (West Point) in 1780, served six months.
    Nason, Bartholomew26, minute man in 1775.
    Nason, Jacob, minute man in 1775; army, 1777.
    Nason, Joshua, minute man in 1775.
    Nason, Nathaniel, minute man in 1775.
    Nocks, David, Falmouth, l790.
    Nocks, Drisco, minute man in 1775.
    Nocks, James, Jr., minute man in 1775; enlisted for three years, 1777-1780 ; prisoner, 1777.
    Nocks, John, served three years, 1777-1750.
    Nocks, Nathan, minute man in 1775.
    Nocks, Zachariah, army, 177 ; served nine months, 1778.
    Nocks, Zachariah, 3rd, army, 1778.
    Nowell, Mark, served six months "to the westward" (West Point), 1780.
    Perkins, Stephen, served eight months at Peekskill, under Captain Hodsdon, in 1777 ; nine months, 1778.
    Pierce, James, prisoner, 1777.
    Pierce, William, minute man in 1775.
    Pillsbury, Stephen, prisoner, 1778.
    Pinner, John, served nine months, 1778.
    Pray, Abraham, minute man in 1775.
    Pray, Daniel, in Captain Pray's company, 1780.
    Pray, Captain Joseph, served 1778-1780.
    Pray, Joseph, Jr., minute man in 1775.
    Pray, Nathaniel, minute man in 1775.
    Pray, Peter, Jr., minute man in 1775.
    Pray, Colonel Joseph, in Captain Pray's company, 1780; Falmouth, 1780.
    Quint, Joshua, minute man in 1775; in Captain Pray's company 1780; Falmouth, 1780.
    Randall, Eliphalet, in Captain Ricker's company, 1780.
    Randall, Jeremiah, with Captain Hodsdon in 1777.
    Randall, Stephen, Falmouth, 1780.
    Ricker, Ezekiel, minute man in 1775; served eight months under Captain Hodsdon in 1777.
    Ricker, Henry, in Captain Pray's company, 1780.
    Ricker, Captain Joseph, army, 1780.
    Ricker, Moses, army, 1776; in Captain Hamilton's company, 1780.
    Ricker, Reuben, served three months at Falmouth, 1780; three months ''to the westward" (West Point), 1780.
    Ricker, Richard, Falmouth, 1780.
    Ricker, Simeon, son of Richard, minute man in 1775; Falmouth, 1780.
    Ricker, Timothy, Falmouth, 1780.
    Roberts, Aaron, in Captain Ricker's company, 1780.
    Roberts, James, minute man in 1775.
    Rogers, Captain William, army, 1777.
    Row, Benjamin, army, 1778.
    Row, Lazeros, prisoner, 1778.
    Sheann, Richard, served six months at West Point, 1780.
    Shorey, John, minute man in 1775; served three years,1777-1780.
    Shorey, Joseph, prisoner, 1778
    Smith, Daniel, minute man in 1775.
    Smith, James, prisoner, 1778.
    Spencer, Freathy, minute man in 1775.
    Spencer, Joseph, Falmouth, 1780.
    Spencer, Moses, Jr., minute man in 1775.
    Spencer, William, soldier, 1780.
    Stackpole, Charles, prisoner, 1778.
    Stanley, Samuel, served three months at Falmouth and three months 'to the westward" (West Point), 1780.
    Stanton, Isaac, Jr., served nine months in 1778.
    Stanton, Paul, in Captain Hamilton's company; Falmouth, 1780.
    Staples, Captain Josiah, army, 1780.
    Sullivan, Benjamin, Falmouth, 1780.
    Sullivan, Ebenezer, minute man in 1775.
    Thompson [Tompson], John, minute man in 1775; enlisted for three years in 1777; prisoner, 1778.
    Tibbetts, Ebenezer, in Captain Pray's company, 1780.
    Tibbetts, Ephraim, in Captain Hamilton's company; Falmouth, 1780.
    Tibbetts, Jonathan, minute man in 1755.
    Trask, Daniel, in Captain Pray's company, 1780.
    Tucker, John, Jr., minute man in 1775.
    Wadley [Wadleigh], Daniel, minute man in 1778; Sergeant at Falmouth, 1780.
    Wadley, Moses, prisoner, 1777; Falmouth, 1780.
    Walker, Edward, prisoner, 1778.
    Walker, John, served three months at Falmouth, 1780 ; three months "to the westward" (West Point), 1780.
    Warren, Aaron, served nine months in 1778.
    Warren, Gilbert, served eight months in 1777.
    Weighmouth [Weymouth], Benjamin, minute man in 1775 ; served three years, 1777-1780.
    Weighmouth, Moses, served nine months in 1778.
    Welch, Paul, minute man in1775.
    Wentworth, Richard, served nine months in 1778.
    Wentworth, Samuel, Jr., minute man in 1775.
    Wentworth, Lieutenant Timothy, in Captain Pray's company, 1780.
    Wilkinson, Joseph, Falmouth, 1780.
    Williams, Uriah27, Falmouth or Camden for three months; "to the westward" (West Point) for three months in 1780.
    Wise, Jeremiah, minute man in 1775.
    Wood, Daniel, minuteman in 1775.
    Woodsom, John, In Captain Pray's company, 1780.
    Worster, Samuel, Jr., minute man in 1775 ; in Captain Hamilton's company, 1780.
    Young, Philip, in Captain Pray's company, 1780.

    Footnotes

    1 During the American Revolution, present-day South Berwick, North Berwick and Berwick were all one town known as Berwick.

    2Footnotes and alternative spellings in brackets [] by Wendy Pirsig, Old Berwick Historical Society, 2008, updated 2020. This document has been cross-referenced with Herbie Geiler's cemetery records of December 2005.

    3Capt. Hubbard is buried in the Hubbard-Emery-Simpson burial plot on Oldfields Road, South Berwick.

    4South Berwick resident, buried Old Fields Burying Ground.

    5The meeting house was likely the one located in South Berwick at the present intersection of Brattle Street and Old South Roads.

    6This old railroad junction is at the present location of Routes 236 and 91 and Fife's Lane.

    7Buried Portland Street Cemetery

    8Buried Hubbard-Emery-Simpson cemetery on Oldfields Road

    9Buried Emery1 Cemetery, north side , Flynn's Lane , Next to brook . GPS N43° 11.377', W 070° 48.641'.

    10Buried Old Fields Burying Ground

    11Buried Goodwin 1 cemetery, north side of lane leading east from Old Fields Road , next to road, and on property of T A Clark. Fence bears inscription: Goodwin, 1890. GPS N43° 11.908', W 070° 48.239'

    12Apparently this is not the Jonathan Hamilton buried in Old Fields Burying Ground, the merchant who built the Hamilton House.

    13Unknown whether this is the one of the John Hills buried in Old Fields Burying Ground.

    14Buried Old Fields Burying Ground

    15Buried Old Fields Burying Ground, South Berwick

    16A man by this name born in 1721 is buried in the Hubbard-Emery-Simpson cemetery on Oldfields Road.

    17Buried in the Hubbard-Emery-Simpson cemetery on Oldfields Road.

    18A man by this name born c. 1757 is buried in the Knight1 cemetery, north side, Knight's Pond Road, opposite Elizabeth K Stover residence. GPS N43° 15.336', W 070° 45.459'

    19A man by this name who died in 1804 is buried in Woodlawn Cemetery.

    20A Nathan Lord born c. 1723 is buried in Old Fields Burying Ground.

    21A Nathan Lord born c. 1723 is buried in Old Fields Burying Ground.

    22A Nathan Lord born c. 1723 is buried in Old Fields Burying Ground.

    23Buried in Old Fields Burying Ground.

    24A Capt. Simeon Lord born 1750 is buried in the Lord2 cemetery, East side, Old Fields Road , next to road, and opposite residence of Mrs. Olga Metrick. GPS N43° 12.072', W 070° 48.237'

    25Physician and almanac writer. Home is at 177 Portland Street, South Berwick. Born in Massachusetts, he was apparently not buried in South Berwick.

    26Buried in Portland Street Cemetery.

    27African American resident of South Berwick

     

 

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