MORRELL CEMETERY RESTORATION PROJECT UPDATE:
The Morrell Cemetery Restoration Project began early last Spring … Students from the Marshwood High School of Eliot, Maine as part of their Annual Community Service Project cleaned the cemetery of leaves and debris in preparation of the restoration … James Driver, a Boy Scout from Eliot, Maine selected this cemetery restoration as his Eagle Scout Project with the assistance of Donald Driver, his father and troop leader…Continue
Added by Gary Posson Glynn on May 26, 2013 at 7:30pm — No Comments
OLD MORRELL ESTATE IN ELIOT, MAINE HAS A MOST INTERESTING HISTORY ...
By Ethel Morrell McCollister (believed to be from: The Portland Telegram/1923) ...
Among the interesting old estates in Maine, many of which are widely known, there is none more interesting that the old Morrell Estate in Eliot, which has, until now, been entirely “unhonored and unsung”. Perhaps no estate in New England, with the possible exception of just one or two in the Plymouth Colony has been…Continue
Added by Gary Posson Glynn on April 4, 2012 at 4:30pm — No Comments
This is the following information I have for Mary Barter and John Stover
daughter of Joseph Barter (1745-1840) and Lydia Matthews (1745- )
b. October 27, 1768, Barters Island, Maine
m. JOHN STOVER
March 16, 1790, Boothbay (Lincoln) Maine
Added by Gary Posson Glynn on March 30, 2012 at 6:51pm — No Comments
Below you will find photographs of the Morrell Cemetery in Eliot, Maine ... Two views of the cemetery in its current condition along with headstones of Sarah Morrell (mother), Horace Morrell (son), Henrietta Morrell (daughter), Franklin J. Morrell (son), Charles E. Morrell (son) and Andrew J. Morrell ...
Added by Gary Posson Glynn on March 10, 2012 at 12:38pm — No Comments
The Morrell Cemetery Restoration Project Eliot, Maine – Spring 2012
The Morrell Cemetery is located just west of River Road in Eliot, Maine on Old Cottage Lane ... This cemetery for generations was in the Morrell Family until their land was sold and since then the cemetery has been greatly neglected … Today, I visited the cemetery to photographs its current condition and to locate some of the gravestone that…Continue
Added by Gary Posson Glynn on March 8, 2012 at 8:30pm — No Comments