The tombstone are scattered and not listed in any particular order.
Sarah, daughter of A & E, died Jan. 15, 1862, aged 7y 9m 12d
Anna, died July 24, 1860, aged 87 years
Frances, daughter of J.W. & M, died Oct. 12, 1856, aged 1yr 2mo 26ds
J., no dates
Infant daughter of ? & L, died Dec. 25, 1857
UNKNOWN (broken piece)
“died (not readable), aged 6 yrs 7ms 7ds”
There are also two secondary markers that read “MOTHER” and “FATHER”. It is not known to whom these stones refer. Finally, there is a footstone that reads `P.B.’ and likely refers to another member of the Brovant family.
ALSO KNOWN TO BE BURIED HERE…
Catherine, wife of J.L., died Sept. 24, 1891, aged 22y 8m 12d
(This stone is listed in the MCGS book but can no longer be located. This looks to be Catharine A. White who married a James L. Root on June 11, 1877. She is also the daughter of John W. White and his first wife, Mary Ann (1860 Chatham census). She was living (age 26) in the 1880 Chatham census but no death record for her has been located. She would have to have been older than 22 when she died.)
Mary Ann, wife of John W., died between 1860 and 1862
(John and Mary buried their daughter Frances here in 1856. They buried another daughter here later in 1891. Mary is living (age 35) in the 1860 Chatham census. In April of 1862 we see that John marries a Catharine Drushal. Mary must have died and would probably have been buried here also.)