Rhode Island USA
|Cemetery notes and/or description:|
Location: 100 ft southeast of Kilton Lane at telephone pole #5. Located between houses #25 and #33 Kilton Lane in pine woods.
85ft x 85ft in fair condition enclosed with granite posts and iron rails; sign in good condition
50 burials with 40 inscriptions from 1778 to 1905
 Arnold [Aug 21, 1905, Vol. 6, Book B, ] He listed this as four separate cemeteries:
pg 1232 [Irwin-Hines Lot]: "At the Washington Village on the south side of the river, east of the village on knoll, are several lots. Those following are much overrun with briers, ferns,and white birch."
Pg 1238 [Jenckes Lot 15 ft. x 35 ft.]: "This yard is protected by granite posts and iron rails, yard in good order." [The Jenckes lot is now empty]
Pg 1240 [Kettelle Lot 50 ft. x 50 ft.]: "This lot is protected by granite posts and iron rails, in good order."
Pg 1243 [Studley Lot]: "On a small marble monument, urn on top, soldier's marker on same."
 Grace G. Tillinghast [Oct 14, 1930]: "Back of the Kilton house [red house at #38 So. Main St.], left hand side of road going toward Spring Lake."
This cemetery has been recorded and checked.