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Saybrook Cemetery

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For those that are perhaps seeing these transcriptions for the first time, the transcriptions may give on first glance, the appearance of a great many typos, so I feel obligated to explain that the abundance of y, m, and d represent abbreviations for year, month and day. Although you will find most engravers follow similar patterns, it seems there are several different abbreviations used to represent these three time terms including: y, yr, yrs, yr's & years; m. mo, mos, mo's, and months; d. da, das, da's, and days and on rare occasions, h, hr, hrs, hr's, and hours. I tend not to use commas except to separate surname from given name, given name from date, except where found on actual inscription, same goes for the [.] (period). When you see the symbol [_] (underscore), I use it to represent missing or unreadable letters, or if a lot of letters are unreadable I may express it by several periods, such as Jos...h . Sometimes you will find raised letters such as "c" in surnames such as in McClain, or if the engraver added smaller letters that were left out and added later, when I encounter them, tend to express them, when possible, as found on the stone. Sometimes engravers will use the latin term Æ or æ, this is just a term that generally replaces the word "aged". One last comment, all actual text found engraved, will come first in bold text. All comments, observations, personal knowledge remarks added by submitter, concerning an individual, but not inscribed on stone, will then proceed in regular text. ~R.M.Sizelove~

These tombstone photos have been generously donated by Sheila Garland, on 04 July, 2006.
This cemetery is located on Route 45, just south of Route 20.
The most recent update to this page was made 17 Feb., 2011.

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Beckwith, Mabel A., 1865 - 1938 Mabel A. Jeffers, born Sept. 20, 1865, wife of Lester Beckwith, married Dec. 24, 1885 in Saybrook, daughter of Julius Arthur & Eliza (Hawley) Jeffers.
Beckwith, Lester R., 1864 - 1941 Lester was born Oct. 29, 1864, son of William Riley & Mary Adaline (Stephens) Beckwith.
Beckwith, Norman W., 1872 - 1923 -Father- Norman Webster Beckwith, son of William Riley & Mary Adaline (Stephens) Beckwith. Norman married Myrta Flint Sept. 29, 1904 in Saybrook.
Beckwith, Myrta F., 1880 - 1962 -Mother- Myrta Flint was born in Saybrook, June 4, 1880, she was the wife of Norman Beckwith.
Beckwith, Erwin W., 1909 - 1929 -Son- He was the son of Norman & Myrta (Flint) Beckwith.
Beckwith, Clare F., 1906 - 1957 Clare was a son of Norman & Myrta (Flint) Beckwith.
Beckwith, Erwin W., 1860 - 1914 Erwin was a son of William Riley & Mary Adaline (Stephens) Beckwith, never married.
Beckwith, Adaline M., 1837 - 1907 Mary Adaline Stephens, wife of William Riley Beckwith. She married Abt. 1854, born OH, July 1837.
Beckwith, Riley W., 1830 - 1913 William Riley Beckwith, born Mentor, Lake Co., OH, son of Asahel Deming & Almeda (Collins) Beckwith.
Bates, C.E., 1859 - 1920 Charles E. Bates, he married Sarah E.
Benjamin, Bessie H., 1907 - __ Daughter of George Fred & Ida May (Corlew) Hall. Bessie was the wife of Paul E. Benjamin.
Stanley, Ruth Hall, 1914 - 1942 Daughter of George Fred & Ida (Corlew) Hall.
Hall, Ida May Stanley, 1881 - 1937 Ida may Corlew, daughter of Russell & Mentora (Bailey) Corlew, wife of George Fred Hall.
Hall, G. Fred, 1866 - 1956 George Fred Hall.
Benjamin, Paul E., 1903 - 1967 Son of Fred J. & Bertha (Auble) Benjamin, married Bessie Hall.
Hall, Mabel, 1874 - 1897
Coleman, Eva Hall, 1894 - 1975; Harry Charles, 1893 - 1962 Eva is the daughter of George Fred & Ida (Corlew) Hall.
Lillie, Helen L., 1904 - 1993 Her name also appears on the next memorial, no photo, with James E. Hall 1870 - 1955 & Stella A., 1869 - 1918. They are her parents.
McNutt, Glenn A., Ohio Private, Company L, 119th Infantry, WWI, May 6, 1896 - Apr. 11, 1953 Son of Ella Seaman & Herbert McNutt.
Whelpley, James Wallace, 1876 - 1960; Mary Bessie, 1886 - 1971
Morse, Royal E., 1879-1959 {son of Lowell Morse and Alice Gray}
Unknown, Myrtle {next to Royal Morse, relationship, if any, unknown}
Nutt, Harvey, 1899-1967, Mary I., 1905-1970 {Harvey George, b. 11-17-1899 Cleveland to 7-8-1967, son of Ella Barr and George Nutt}
Leonard, Robert Henry, 1938-1943
Hickok, Lysle Baldwin, 1896-1923 {Lysle Baldwin, married Howard Hickok}
Hickok, Howard J., 1894-1980 {7-6-1894 to Oct 1980, son of Nelson Hickok and Martha Brazington, married Lysle Baldwin}
Hickok, Mary J., 1911-1979 {possibly Mary Leacock, possibly second wife of Howard Hickok}
McNutt, Mary A., 1885-1970 {wife of Jesse McNutt}
McNutt, Jesse E., 1885-1968
Beckwith, Gary A., 1948-1966
Beckwith, Harold L., PFC US Army, WWII, Sept. 9, 1917 - May 24, 1992
Beckwith, Wm. Riley, 1894-1977 {May 12, 1894 to 12-1977}
Beckwith, Jennie Irene, 1894-1947
Beckwith, Ednah Mae, 1897-1968
Soden, Theodore N., 1910-1951 {1-9-1910 to Mar 1951}, Kay Douglas Soden 1932-1987
Leonard, Monta L., father, 1884-1949; Bessie M., 1885-1966, mother
Leonard, Myrtie G., 1864-1945, Elmer M., 1862-1945 {Elmer Myron, son of Lucy Winch and Lewis Leonard}
Leonhard, Frank T., OH PVT 23 TM Btry WWI Mar. 12, 1897 - Jan. 26, 1957 [Ohio Private, 23rdTeamster Battery, World War I]
Westcott, Daisy L., 1894-1917
Westcott , William D., 1867-1955, Bertha L., 1870-1960 {William Dewitt Westcott, son of Leona Arnold and Joseph B Westcott, b NY married Bertha L Willey 9-18-1892 in NY}
McNutt, James A., 1835-1914; Lydia his wife, 1838-1908 {James Addison McNutt, b Blandford MA 3-15-1835 to Lucy Tinker and John C McNutt, married Lydia A Tinkham}
Foster, George E., OH Cpl. 145 Inf 37 Div Aug. 3, 1888 - 1Nov. 17, 1925 {husband of Edna McNutt}
Barber, Reuben A., 1859-1931; Mildred L.,1872-1954 {Mildred is Reuben's wife b OH of OH parents; Reuben was b OH son of Charlotte and Allen Barber}
Webster, Nelson A., died Sept. 2, 18(99), aged 73 ys; .rrit Webster died May 23, 1899, age (86), Laforace d 5-6-1852 {Harriett his wife, b abt 1823 OH, Nelson b OH abt 1825}
Beckwith, Elisha C., 1835-1915 {son of Chauncey Beckwith and Abigail Babbitt}, Eliza M. Yates, his wife, 1839-1906 {dau of Mary Brown and Rufus Yates} (other side)Zadock Brown, 1800-1881 {son of Lydia Walton and Solomon Brown, uncle of Eliza Yates}, Roxy Pike, his wife 1802-1881
Harvey, Hiram, died June 8, 1866 age (18)
McNutt, John C., 1810-1904; Lucy A. his wife, 1812-1904 {John Chester, son of Mary Lindsey and Abram Nutt, b MA; Lucy Ann Tinker, dau of Levina Parks and Charles Tinker, b MA}
Pancost, headstone overview
Pancost, Edwin Henry, attorney, eldest son of Henry & Esther {Peekham} Pancost, born Aug. 26, 1836 Venice, Cayuga Co NY, died, Jan. 15, 1865 Santa Clara Calif.
Bartholomew, Josephine A., dau of L & A Bartholomew died June 30, 1875 {Lorenzo and Ann (Bliss). Josephine born Harpersfield abt 1858, d. Harpersfield}
Pancost, Walter F., July 23, 1861 to Nov. 16, 1930 {son of Esther Peekham and Henry Pancost}
Pancost, Mother
Pancost, E. A.
Pancost, Esther A., 1893-1910 {dau of John Pancost and Annie Burk}
Pancost, Esther A., wife of Henry Pancost, died Oct. 1, 1889, age 73 {Esther A Peekham, wife of Henry}
Pancost, John J., 1840-1918 {son of Henry Pancost and Esther Peekham}
Pancost, Anna L., 1865-1932 {Anna L. Burk, wife of John Pancost}
Beckwith, George R., died Sept. 7, 1888, age 63; Eliza A. Sanders, his wife died Nov. 21, 1885, age 55 {son of Chauncey Beckwith and Abigail Babbitt}
Fortlage, Harriet Beckwith, 1858-1912; Madge Close Ackerman 1882-1923 {Harriet, dau of George Beckwith and Eliza Sanders, was wife first of Judd or Henry Close, then of Dr Henry Fortlage, Madge Close is their dau, wife of Fred W Ackerman}
Beckwith, Lovina P., wife of Sydney R. Beckwith, died Oct. 7, 1852, age 23 ys 7 ms 21 ds {Lovina Pierce}
Darrow, Isabella S., wife of Lemuel C. Darrow, died May 24, 1852, age 19 ys 6 ms 10 ds {Isabella Pierce}
Merwin, Sally J., dau of ? & ? Merwin, died June 15, 185(3)
Leonard, R. Leroy, 1886-1956; Bessie Clark 1874-1939
Webster, Willis A., 1863-1934
Webster, Edith Flint, 1872-1903
Tickner, Lucy Ann, 1881-1952; Walter A., 1883-1962 {Lucy McNutt, dau of Mary Morfoot and Fred McNutt, Walter is son of Alvin Tickner and Hattie Jones}
Platt, Clint E., 1883-1934
Platt, Ruth E., 1902-1954
Platt, Archie J., OH Pvt Med Det 331 Infantry, WWI, Dec. 31, 1886 to May 11, 1956
Platt, Fay B., Aug. 14, 1884 to May 29, 1958
Brenwald, Bonnie Lou, June 14, 1955 to Nov. 19, 2001
Brenwald, Roy T., Sept. 23, 1955
Foster, George E., Apr. 17, 1924 to Sept. 25, 1985; Fumiko June 19, 1926 to Dec. 28, 2002
Hickok, Jean Whyte, 1917-1973; Howard N. 1914---{Howard, son of Howard J Hickok and Lysel Baldwin, died Jan. 30, 2006; Margaret, born OH, dau. of George H. and Margaret Whyte from Scotland}
Frey, Barbara A., Jan. 2, 1944 - Apr., 6, 1944
Frey, Hazel M., 1899 - 1926
Frey, George J., 1894 - 1957; Mary R., 1903 - 1986
Butcher, Francis L., Ohio Cpl., US Army, WWI, Apr. 18, 1894 - Nov. 7, 1973
Butcher, Francis L., 1894 - 1973; Florence S., 1903 - 1996
Aldrich, Emmit H., 1912 - 1979; Helen E., 1908 - 2000 [Emmit Harold, son of Lewis & Sarah (Culver) Aldrich]
Peck, Roland E., Jr., 1920 - 1924 [son of Roland & Anna Peck]
Andrus, Granville O., 1930 - 1932
Andrus, Anna B., 1897 - 1955; Ernest G., 1882 - 1967 [Anna was Roland Peck's widow]
Peck, Roland E., 1896 - 1920 [son of Wilber E. & Mary (Hawkins) Peck]
Andrus, Walter C., 1926 - 1932
Andrus, Ernest C., Jr., 1928
Aldrich, Lewis E., 1884 - 1955, Father [Lewis Elisha was born Wayne, Ohio, died in Sharon, PA, son of Lucius and Ida (Dunham) Aldrich]
Aldrich, Sadie, 1886 - 1926, Mother [Sarah Culver, born Williamsfield, died Ashtabula, dau. of Nettie Green & Warren Culver, married Lewis Aldrich Dec. 21, 1907]
Aldrich, Lawrence, 1921 - 1931 [Lawre3nce Delbert, son of Lewi9s & Sarah (Culver) Aldrich. Born in Ashtabula, O., died in Youngstown, O.
Aldrich, Kenneth R., Ohio Pvt., US Army, Jan. 16, 1917 - Mar. 16, 1974 [Kenneth Robert, son of Lewis & Sarah (Culver) Aldrich]
Butcher, Maureen, Feb. 27, 1948 - Mar. 1, 1997
Ellsworth, Bryon B., 1914 - 1999; Jean M., 1919 - 1992
Olin, Youngs A., 1888 - 1989; Viola M., 1890 - 1960 [son of Almon H. & Hattie Rose, married Viola Large]
Olin, Ruth Viola, July 8, 1911 - Oct. 5, 1928 [dau. of Viola & Youngs Olin]
Olin, Pearl E., 1925 - 1974
Olin, Dean B., PFC, US Army, WWII, Apr. 21, 1924 - Nov. 16, 2001 [son of Viola (Large) & Youngs Olin
Olin, Dale, June 29, 1919, Air Corp, WWII, died Apr. 21, 2005; Helen V. (Salmans), Sept. 1, 1919 - Feb. 25, 1996 [Dale H., son of Youngs & Viola (Large) Olin]
Amsden, May D., 1863 - 1939
LaPierre, Donald E., Sr., 1922 - 1986; Shirley L., 1929 - _
Holsinger, Anna Pearl, Sept. 27, 1900 - July 9, 1976; Shaynene Faith, Feb. 25, 1949 - Feb. 26, 1949; Pamela Ella, Mar. 20, 1950 - July 26, 1950; daughters of Ralph & Delores. [Anna Pearl is Ralph Holsonger's mother. The two girls are his daughters.]
Holsinger/strong>, Ralph, PFC US Army, WWII, Mar. 3, 1924 - Mar. 13, 2005
Leonard, Boyd B., 1905 - 1971; Mildred I., 1907 - 2002; Donald E., 1929 - 1996 [son of Monta & Bessie Boyd]
Chapman, Dale E., Sgt. US Army, WWII, Mar. 6, 1917 - May 10, 1995
Chapman, Milddred E., 1918 - 1967
Root, Eunice N., 1919 - 1963
Knapp, James W., 1890 - 1965; Cora J., 1893 - 1963
Curtiss, Emory J., 1903 - 1984; Alice, 1906 - 1999
Whelpley, James A., PFC US Army, 1908 - 1978
Whelpley, Millard C., Tec 4, US Army, WWII, Jan. 1, 1911 - Feb. 4, 1989
Haapala, David E., Jun. 26, 1945 - May 31, 1995; Pamela K., Feb. 10, 1948 - Apr. 11, 2000
Edixon, Charles A., 1900 - 1945 [Charles August, son of Jonas Jacob & Anna Elisabet (Kiikka) Edixon.]
Edixon, Marlea W., 1909 - 1976
Beckwith, Dr. Sydney J., 1899 - 1953; Mildred S., 1902 - 1998 [Sydney, son of Lester & Mabel (Jeffers) Beckwith]

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