Cemeteries and Headstones in New Haven, Connecticut, USA


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William S. Kennedy military marker
William S. Kennedy military marker
WILLIAM S. KENNEDY S SGT US ARMY WORLD WAR II JUL 11, 1915 JUN 30, 1984  
Located    KENNEDY William Stuart (d. 30 Jun 1984)
 


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Preston A. & Lila M. (Cappallo) Noyes gravestone
Preston A. & Lila M. (Cappallo) Noyes gravestone
 
Located    CAPPALLO Lila May (d. 12 Feb 1988)
NOYES Albert "Preston" (d. 14 Dec 1992)
 


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Rev. Gurdon Wheeler Noyes monument
Rev. Gurdon Wheeler Noyes monument
 
Located  63 Magnolia  MCARTHUR Agnes (d. 1922)
NOYES Agnes Fergusson (d. 1957)
NOYES Caroline "Carrie" Chesebrough. (d. 1935)
NOYES Frederick Fergusson (d. 11 Aug 1862)
Rev. NOYES Gurdon Wheeler (d. 29 Apr 1887)
NOYES Herbert Lincoln (d. 9 Nov 1889)
NOYES Louisa King (d. 1936)
 


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Mary (Johnson) Noyes footstone
Mary (Johnson) Noyes footstone
 
Located    JOHNSON Mary (d. 1 Sep 1851)
 
Mary Ann Noyes monument
Mary Ann Noyes monument
Sacred to the Memory of Miss. MARY ANN NOYES only child of the Rev. Matthew & Mary Noyes She was admired for her talents and beloved for her virtues and met death with serenity and Christian resignation, cheerfully relinquishing her brightest earthly propects in hope of a glorious resurrection. June the 19th 1816 aged 20. 
Located    NOYES Mary Ann (d. 19 Jun 1816)
 
Rev. Matthew & Mary (Johnson) Noyes monument
Rev. Matthew & Mary (Johnson) Noyes monument
SACRED to the memory of the Rev. MATTHEW NOYES A member of the Corporation of Yale College & 45 years Pastor of the Congregational Church in this place. A sound and well dis- ciplined mind tog- ether with great pr- udence & exemplary piety qualified him for the arduous & important duties of his office. He was a good counsellor, a faithful minister & died in the faith of JESUS, much lamented by those who knew him Sept. 25, 1839. Æt. 76. MARY, daughter of Rev. Stephen & Mary JOHNSON & wife of REV. MATTHEW NOYES died Sept. 1, 1851 Æ 83. 
Located    JOHNSON Mary (d. 1 Sep 1851)
Rev. NOYES Matthew (d. 25 Sep 1839)