|Birth: ||Jul. 10, 1835|
|Death: ||Nov. 29, 1927|
Ardelia was a daughter of Noah Prince & Sarah Farrar.
She was named after her aunt, Ardelia Prince (1808 - 1873), wife of William Reed Hersey (1811 - 1874).
History of Buckfield, Maine page 317
Ardelia H. Prince, daughter of Noah Prince, is today the most cultivated woman in town. A graduate of the old fitting school at South Paris, she became a teacher and followed that profession in Brooklyn, N.Y., for many years. Retiring therefrom, she has since resided in Buckfield, at one time teaching in its schools. She is a trustee of the Zadoc Long Free Library. Her fine literary tastes, her interest in all that tends to the good of the town, her refined home and her still youthful and vigorous seventy-five years of useful life make her a distinguished figure in society.
Miss Prince has always been an extensive reader of good, clean literature and the classics and is a fine writer of both prose and poetry.
Hon. Noah Prince (1797 - 1872)
Sarah Farrar Prince (1804 - 1881)
Sarah Louisa Prince Buck (1826 - 1858)*
Ardelia Hersey Prince (1835 - 1927)
Charles Henry Prince (1837 - 1912)*
Buckfield Village Cemetery
Created by: Tim & Grace
Record added: Dec 30, 2011
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