Kimball Family Graves in Scituate, RI

Scituate Historical Cemetery #24, Rt. 116, behind Congregational Church
Sergeant Charles H. Kimball
Battery D, 1st regiment
RI L' Artillery
died at Knoxville, East Tennessee, Dec. 14, 1863
aged 23 years, 9 mos & 14 days
"Sleep, brother, sleep in thine honored grave
Rest, husband, rest, with the fallen brave
Peace to thee son, those weary feet will no more ... rest Father rest, no fierce battle cry
can wake again thy slumbering eye but when ever our broken circle meet .. name we shall repeat sleep brother sleep
His body is absent but his memory is dear, the sound of the bugle no more will he hear ...
George W. Kimball
died July 17, 1877
in the 42d year of his age
Loved and gone, but not forgotten
Amey Kimball, wife of Noah Kimball
born May 6, 1807??, died  April 27, 1891
a place is vacant in our home which can never be filled
Noah Kimball, born Feb. 25, 1805
died July 27?, 1887
A ... one from us is gone, a voice we loved is stilled
Stephen S. Kimball
born April 29, 1834, died Sept. 5?, 1888
aged 54 years, 4 mo & 24 days
George W. Kimball,
son of Stephen S. & Abby A. Kimball
died Aug. 5, 1917?? (stone repaired) aged 50?? years

 Images, information & transcription by Beth Hurd, 2004

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