Crocker Cemetery Old Sumner Road, Buckfield, ME
Old Sumner Road
This is a small, two-person cemetery with Caroline & Luther Crocker on Old Sumner Road,
about 30 yards up from turn off from N. Buckfield Rd. (High Street).
The house just before the cemetery - a large clapboard rambling house -
William Bridgham Esq.
(father of Caroline) according to an 1880
map of Buckfield, and Luther's will indicates that he had "arranged with Thomas
Bridgham [? child of Wm P. Bridgham?] to build a tomb for me and family".
On the corner of N. Buckfield Rd. and Old Sumner Rd. is
another house owned by
William P. [Pinkney] Bridgham
(brother of Caroline) but occupied by Charles Foster.
Next to that is the Unitarian Church.
I speculate that Charles Foster was the pastor
and the Bridghams allowed their house to be used as a rectory.
Get details for
Caroline Bridgham Crocker
View of the cemetery from Old Sumner Road. The two stones are barely visible near the back wall.
April 20, 1844
Wife of Luther Crocker
Born Sept 3, 1806
Died Dec 1, 1892
At home in heaven
This is the stone at the foot of
This is the back of the two stones.