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Malcuit Farm Burying Ground
Sharon, Litchfield County, Connecticut

GPS: unknown

Sharon, CT 06069

Published: October 9, 2016
Total records: 2


This cemetery was documented in the book, "Burying Grounds of Sharon, Connecticut, Amenia and North East, New York", by L. Van Alstyne and published in 1903...

"On the farm of Charles Malcuit, on Sharon Mountain, in a pasture field, are two headstones inscribed as below. There are evidences of many graves that are not marked, but no one seems to remember any more about it than can now be discovered by a visit to it. it is large in area for a family burying ground, and doubtless was a neighborhood affair, before the one in the "Cartwright neighborhood" was used."

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The two headstones mentioned above are documented as follows...

CARTWRIGHT, Samuel, s. of Samuel and Abiel, d. Feb. 9, 1774, ae. 11 mos., 9 dys.
HUTCHINSON, Mr. Ezra, d. Feb. 28, 1799, ae. 40.

The book goes on to report other possible burials...

"Mr. Samuel Everett of Ellsworth says that the following were buried in this place: Adonijah Maxam, Amos Sanford. Joseph Lovell, Nathaniel Chapman, Deborah Lord, wife of Isaiah Everett and dau. of Joseph Lord, Esq."

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