White Oak Ridge Rd., at the corner of Parsonage Hill Rd. Sign says, "In this family cemetery are interred Thomas and Nicholas Parsil, casualties of Revolutionary battles, 1778-1780. Graves of early settlers surround them." Also called Parsil Family Burial Ground. [Tombstone Photos]
Names in this searchable index include Cowperthwait, Denman, Edwards, Parcel, Parcell, Parsil, Reynolds, Sprigg, Ward.
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