Red granite peaked top obelisk, 8 ft. high; on granite and double concrete base.
(northwest) In Memory of/Mary Ann [SANDERS] /Wife of/John S. MARR/ Died May 12, 1892/Aged 73 yrs 4 ms/& 23 days/A precious one from us has go-/ne. A voice we loved is stilled/A place is vacant in our home/which never can be filled.
(south-west). In Memory of/Abner/Son of/John S. & Mary Ann/ MARR/Died Oct. 4, 1849/Aged 5 yrs/6 ms/& 7 days/Asleep in Jesus. Blessed sle-/ep. From which none ever wak-/es to weep. A calm and undis-/turbed repose. Unbroken by/the last of foes./MARR
(south-east) In Memory of/ Eliza/ Wife of/John S. MARR//Died July 2, 1839/Aged 21 yrs 6 m's. /Call not back the dear de-/parted. Anchored safe wh-/ere storms are o'er. On the/border land we left them/soon to meet and part no more.
[maiden name was Eliza PATTEN]
(north-east) In memory of/John S. MARR/Died Aug. 11, 1893/Aged 81 y'rs 10 m's/For mine eyes have seen/thy salvation. Luke 2; 30
[transcriber's note- John Sr., Catharine, Abigail, David, Eliza Patten, Abner, Peter E., William, first buried on farm, later moved to Dunboyne Cemetery. Eliza Patten & Abner replaced by new stone. Old ones left on farm along with one for Asa Marr, d. 10 July 1853, aged 24 y 10 m.]
- Created by: Bruce Johnson
- Added: 26 Oct 2017
- Find a Grave Memorial 184626331