The Marshfield Village Cemetery was organized ca 1831 and the oldest dated stone is that of Mary, wife of Walter Benton who died in January of 1832. In later years the Wooster family added a row to the south end as a burial plot for family members and donated $4,000 for its perpetual care. This has caused the change in name of the cemetery to "Wooster Cemetery". The old name "Marshfield Village Cemetery" should be honored and maintained.
Photo on right was taken on a snowy day in 1953. The barns on the right side were built by Eli Pitkin in 1854 and were torn down in the 1970's during reconstruction of the bridge in that area.
GPS Coordinates: 44.35205, -72.34676
- Added: 28 Sep 2010
- Find A Grave Cemetery: #2371749
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