NH CEMETERIES with Epsom related burials
Levi DIED July 18, 1854 AE 85
Sarah (Page), Wife of Levi Berry, DIED Sept. 20,
1849 AE 79
William Mr. died April 9, 1828 aged 69 years 9 mo's
and 23 days
Mrs. Abigail (Sanders) wife of Mr. William Lock
died Oct. 23, 1828, aged 68 years.
Mr. William Jr. died Sept. 2, 1829 aged 44 years
William Esq. who died Nov. 15, 1848, AE 42 yr's
Louisa (Ferrin) wife of William Lock Esq. died March
18, 1843 AE 31 year & 5 mo
Locke, Reuben 1791-1864
Locke, Jane (McMurphy) wife of Reuben, 1792-1850
Jonathan died Oct. 11, 1882, 66 yrs 5 mos
Mahala (Brock, his wife) Died May 2, 1859 age 40
William W., Member of Co. B. 9th Regt. NH Vols.
Died at Wqashington D.C. Dec. 28, 1862
Frank P., Died May 3, 1854, AE. 21 y'rs 5 mo. Sons
of Jonathan & Mahala McClary
Jesse K., Dec. 19, 1839-Jan. 13, 1842. son of Jonathan
& Mahala McClary. Died aged 3 years & 25 days
Daniel DIED Dec. 5, 1863 AE 75 y's, 23 ds.
Betsey (Sanders), Wife of Daniel Page. Died Apr.6,
1843; AE 57.
[Page, Jeremiah - no information]
Abigail (Locke) Mrs. wife of Jeremiah Page DIED
Nov. 5, 1847, aged 66 y'rs
William June 16, 1758-Apr. 9, 1828 possible burial,
Sally (Sarah Sanders) wife of Joseph Verrill DIED
April 7, 1845, AE 84. (m. 1st, William Sanders, 2nd
James Died Oct. 27, 1895 AE 89 ys
Lorana (Fellows), his wife Died Jan. 7, 1892 AE
Mrs. Sarah (wife of Jeremiah) died Dec. 5, 1881
AE 82 yrs 2 mos
George died Feb. 20, 1883, ae 62 ys 4 ms 2 ds
Elizabeth (Cheney), his wife, died Jan. 30, 1890,
ae 78 ys 7 ms 18 ds
Edmond W., DIED Dec. 30, 1892 AE 45 ys. 10 ms.
Susan (Webber, his wife) Sept. 1, 1834 - Jan. 6,
Mary A. Dau. of George & Elizabeth C. Locke,
DIED Mar. 16, 1869. AE 23 ys 10 ms & 23 ds.
Several Epsom families moved to Alexandia,
NH. Levi Berry, born in Barrington, NH, married Sarah
Page of Epsom in 1793, daughter of Jeremiah and Lydia
(Philbrick) Page of Epsom. He sold Epsom land in 1800,
and is probably about the time he removed to Alexandria.
Not much is known of the couples children, some of which
were probably born in Epsom. Sons Jeremiah, Levi and
James resided at Alexandria. Levi married Abigail Page
of Epsom, daughter of John and Huldah (Locke) Page;
Jeremiah married an unknown Sarah; and James married
Lorana Fellows of Bristol. NH.
William Locke was born in Rye and moved
to Epsom about 1790, owning three of the original home
lots, and moved to Alexandria in 1811, though births
of his children may place him in Epsom about 1780. His
wife was Abigail Sanders of Epsom, daughter of John
and Trephena (Philbrick) Sanders. Their son John resided
in Epsom with wife Abigail (Locke) of Epsom; daughter
Abigail married Jeremiah Page of Epsom and moved to
Alexandria; daughter Huldah married John Page, brother
to Jeremiah; William and wife Mercy Shaw moved to Alexandria
where he died in 1829, a year after his father; Elizabeth,
married John Langley of Deerfield and lived in Chichester;
and Reuben, married Jane McMurphy and resided with the
family at Alexandria.
John and Abigail (Locke) Locke had
a son William, who with wife Louisa (Ferrin) resided
at Alexandria, though his parents resided at Epsom where
is mother died in 1809, and his father married 2nd,
There were ties between the Locke and
Berry families with the marriage of Abigail Locke to
Jeremiah Page. Jeremiah was a son of Jeremiah and Lydia
(Philbrick) Page of Epsom. Nothing much is known of
Jeremiah, though he did live in Alexandria where there
is only the grave of his wife Abigail. His sister Sarah
married Levi Berry; brother Daniel, married Betsey Sanders,
daughter of William and Sarah Sanders, also resided
at Alexandria. William and Sarah (Sanders) daughter
of John and Trephena, also settled at Alexandria, where
he died and she remarried to Joseph Verrill.
Jonathan and Mahala (Brock) McClary
also resided at Alexandria, though did not move there
from Epsom. Jonathan was a descendant of the Epsom McClary's,
his father being William McClary, his grandfather William
McClary, born Epsom in 1769, resided in Canada with
his wife Isabel Dickey, he being a son of Maj. Andrew
McClary of Bunker Hill fame.