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1. Ayer Lion at Lowell Cemetery Ayer Lion at Lowell Cemetery Burial Practice; individualistic gravestone; garden cemetery; Lowell Cemetery; Cemetery; Death; Animals; Gravestone; This is an example of an individualistic gravestone. During the later part of the 19th century, cemeteries were constructed as garden-like parks. Lowell Cemetery (1841-present) was modeled after the prestigious...

2. Bowers, Samuel gravestone Bowers, Samuel gravestone Bowers, Samuel gravestone; Burial Practice; Cemetery; Death; Gravestone; Vertical; Groton Cemetery; Cherub; Arminianism This gravestone from the Groton cemetery features cherubs with effigy like faces as well as effigies on the finials. It also has a lot of optimistic vegetation images. the optimism of the cherubs on the...

3. Catherine de Cardingan Hunter Gravestone Detail (1846) Catherine de Cardingan Hunter Gravestone Detail (1846) Burial Practice; Cemetery; Death; Gravestone; Neoclassicism; Women; Obilesque ; Greek Revival; Hunter, Catherine de Cardingan gravestone This detail from the obilesque gravestone of Catherine de Cardingan Hunter (1821-1846) shows a neoclassical image of a mourning woman and carefully evokes Greek gravestones that were being excavated during...

4. Celtic Cross Gravestone of Rev. Henry Morgan Stone Celtic Cross Gravestone of Rev. Henry Morgan Stone Stone, Henry Morgan gravestone; Celtic Cross; Burial Practice; Ministers; Cemetery; Death; Gravestone; Vertical; Anglican; Newport; Trinity Cemetery This stone is in the shape of a Celtic Cross. While Puritans rejected cross-shaped gravestones as popery, a few such crosses are found in Newport's Anglican cemetery. Rev. Henry Morgan Stone (1869-1908)...

5. Gravestone of Martha Malbone Gravestone of Martha Malbone GRAVE CHILDREN; Cemetery; Women; Cherub; Malbone, Martha gravestone Gravestone of Margaret [Saunders] Malbone (ca. 1729-1775), wife of Francis Malbone Sr. (1727-1788) and mother of Redolphus, Saunders, and Francis Jr. Unlike the ledger stones in the Touro cemetery that...

6. Cherub's Face, Gravestone of James Tweedy (1770), Trinity Cemetery (Newport, RI) Cherub's Face, Gravestone of James Tweedy (1770), Trinity Cemetery (Newport, RI) GRAVE CHILDREN; Cemetery; Children Education; Cherub; Tweedy, James gravestone; Child’s World and Image; death; burial practice; Child's Gravestone; Stevens, William; Stevens Shop Merchant William Tweedy and his wife Catherine lost at least seven young children between 1770 and 1781, all of whom are commemorated by vertical stones, five of which have cherubs. In addition they lost...

7. Cherub on Gravestone of Abigail Tweedy (1772) Cherub on Gravestone of Abigail Tweedy (1772) GRAVE CHILDREN; Cemetery; Children Education; Cherub; Tweedy, Abigail gravestone; Child’s World and Image; Bull, John; vertical; Child's Gravestone; Burial Practice; Death Merchant William Tweedy and his wife Catherine lost at least seven young children between 1770 and 1781, all of whom are commemorated by vertical stones, five of which have cherubs. In addition they lost...

8. Gravestone of William Tweedy (1773), Trinity Cemetery (Newport, RI) Gravestone of William Tweedy (1773), Trinity Cemetery (Newport, RI) GRAVE CHILDREN; Cemetery; Children Education; Cherub; Anglican; Death; Burial Practice; Child's Gravestone; Wigged Cherub; Children Education; Tweedy, William gravestone; Child’s World and Image Merchant William Tweedy and his wife Catherine lost at least seven young children between 1770 and 1781, all of whom are commemorated by vertical stones, five of which have cherubs. In addition they lost...

9. Gravestone of Redolphus Malbone (1767), Trinity Cemetery, Newport, RI. Gravestone of Redolphus Malbone (1767), Trinity Cemetery, Newport, RI. GRAVE CHILDREN; Cemetery; Children Education; Cherub; Malbone, Redolphus gravestone; Child’s World and Image Gravestone of Redolphus Malbone (1767), Anglican. Aged 20 months and 24 days. Trinity Cemetery, Newport, RI. The infant Redolphus Malbone and his family typify both the types of individuals interred in...

10. Gravestone of James Hancock (d. 1811). Gravestone of James Hancock (d. 1811). Burial Practice; Cemetery; Death; Hancock, James gravestone; Gravestone of James Hancock (1793-1811), son of John Hancock (a farmer) and Mary Look (Banks HMV III.189). Notice the change in lunette (top portion of the stone) from earlier stones in the same cemetery....

11. Gravestone of Jonas Cutler (d. 1782) Gravestone of Jonas Cutler (d. 1782) Burial Practice; Cemetery; Death; Gravestone; Vertical; Cutler, Jonas gravestone; Groton Cemetery; Coat of Arms; Cherub Jonas Cutler was a shop-keeper and trader in Groton. His gravestone is interesting in that it features heraldic images. These are also found in Anglican cemeteries of this era.

12. Gravestone of Joseph Martin (d. 1704) Gravestone of Joseph Martin (d. 1704) Martin, Joseph gravestone; Quaker Cemetery, Newport; Burial Practice; Cemetery; Death; Gravestone; Vertical; Quaker; Newport; Heart; Cherub; Vertical; Flowers The gravestone of Joseph Martin bears a winged heart. He lies in the Coddington Family (Quaker) Cemetery, located on Farewell Street near the Friends Meetinghouse.

13. Gravestone of Joseph Mayhew (d. 1782). Gravestone of Joseph Mayhew (d. 1782). Geyer Family Carvers; Geyer, Henry Christian; Burial Practice; Cemetery; Cherub; Church Hierarchies; Social Hierarchies; Colonial Government; Courts; Deacon; Death; Harvard; Mayhew; Mayhew, Joseph gravestone; Ministers; Gravestone of Joseph Mayhew (1709/10-1782), oldest son of Simon Mayhew. Notice the use of the cherub and the elaborate scrolls on the stone. Simon Mayhew (1687-1753)is the youngest brother of Experience...

14. Gravestone of Katherine Athearn (1752) Gravestone of Katherine Athearn (1752) Athearn, Katherine gravestone; Burial Practice; Cemetery; Death; Death's Head; West Tisbury; West Tisbury Cemetery; Vertical; Women; Athearn, Simon Katherine (nee Belcher) Athearn (1686-1752) was the wife of Jabez Athearn (1678-1761). She is the daughter-in-law of Simon Athearn. Her husband was a gentleman, lawyer and Clerk of Courts.

15. Gravestone of Lieut. Lowther Matthews (1779) Gravestone of Lieut. Lowther Matthews (1779) GRAVE CHILDREN; Cemetery; Gravestone; Burial Practice; Death; Trinity Cemetery; Anglican; Newport; Vertical; Cherub; Wigged Cherub; Military; Matthews, Lowther gravestone One of the defining feature of Trinity cemetery is its use iconography that reflects the congregations’ Tory, high church, and aristocratic bias. Several stones in Trinity declare their allegiance to...

16. Gravestone of Mary (nee Look) Manter Gravestone of Mary (nee Look) Manter Burial Practice; Cemetery; Cherub; Daggett; Death; Fornication; Manter, Mary gravestone; Miscegenation; Sex; Women; Vertical; West Tisbury; West Tisbury Cemetery Detail of gravestone of Mary (nee Look) Manter (1721-1750), first wife of John Manter (1722-1797). This stone is very similar to that of Rev. Andrew Boardman in the Abel's Hill Cemetery. Mary Look is the...

17. Gravestone of Mary Green (d. 1719) Gravestone of Mary Green (d. 1719) Newport; Burial Practice; Cemetery; Death; Gravestone; Vertical; Green, Mary gravestone; Child's Gravestone; death's head; Newport; Common Burying Ground; Acanthus Whorls; Antipedobaptist Heresy Gravestone of Mary Green (3 years, 4 months), daughter of James and Robe Green. In 1729 James Green was a member of the Second Baptist Church in Newport (NEHGR 1915 [LXIX].91).

18. Gravestone of Mary Martin (d. 1776) Gravestone of Mary Martin (d. 1776) Martin, Mary gravestone; Burial Practice; Cemetery; Death; Gravestone; Vertical;Child's Gravestone; cherub; Newport; Common Burying Ground; Wigged Cherub; Bull, John This is a frontal moon cherub wearing a raked wig (Luti 105, 141). he Borders contain cyma fronds (Luti 237). Wigs became popular on Newport's cherubs during the eighteenth century. Vincent Luti identifies...

19. Gravestone of Mary Nesmith (d. 1929) Gravestone of Mary Nesmith (d. 1929) Nesmith, Mary gravestone; Winged Hourglass; Heart; Burial Practice; Cemetery; Death; Gravestone; Vertical; Lowell Cemetery; Flowers Imitation slate tombstone of Mary Nesmith (d. 1929) that reflects a renaissance of earlier gravestone styles. The flower designs on the border and winged hourglass on the lunette is similar to that of...

20. Gravestone of Nathaniel Hancock (d. 1774) Gravestone of Nathaniel Hancock (d. 1774) Burial Practice; Cemetery; Death; Death's Head; Gravestone; West Tisbury; Ministers; West Tisbury Cemetery; Vertical; Hancock, Nathaniel [d. 1774] gravestone Nathaniel Hancock (ca. 1700-1774) replaced Josiah Torrey as the minister of the Second Meeting house in West Tisbury. Hancock graduated from Harvard in 1721 and was a second cousin to John Hancock. He...