|Cemetery notes and/or description:|
"In the town of Edgecomb, on the western bank of the Damariscotta River, not far south of a conspicuous obstruction in the river channel known as "The Ledges," is a place called in old records Ring's Point. Near-by was the farm of David Ring...On or very close to the southern boundary of the Ring farm, on a wooded bluff overlooking the Damariscotta River, in a secluded spot invisible from the highway, is an old burial ground, containing some twoscore graves, in which members of the Ring family and of a few other families of the neighborhood [including Burnham, Perkins, Tilton, and Fly(e)] are buried..." according to an entry on pages 82-83 of Volume LXXXVII (Jan 1933), New England Historical and Genealogical Register (NEHGR).
This cemetery is also indexed by the Maine Old Cemetery Association (MOCA)'s Inscription Project in Series II beginning on page 346.
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