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Tyrrell Hill Cemetery

Read by: Florence Ellis & Beth French

Date read: Sept. 2002

Submitted by: Florence Ellis

Location: Traveling north on SR 187 from N. Orwell towards Windham, turn right in Windham Twp. on to SR 1042. Continue on Terrell Road (T768) for about one mile, bearing left on this winding road. Take first left hand dirt road. Cemetery is a short distance up road up on a bank on the left side of the road.

Comments: Tyrrell Hill Cemetery is a small cemetery with several of the stones down. Several of the stones are unreadable.

Starting at north end of the cemetery:

Row 1

TYRREL R. Dennison Tyrell 1824-1914

S. Sophia, his wife 1829-1888

Row 2

TYRREL Hiram C. Tyrrel (nearly unreadable ) Died Sept. 19, 1862 - ae 48yrs.

Almira - wife of H.C. Tyrrel Died Sept. 18, 1873 - ae 65yr 8m 4d

Infant stone: Infant son of H.C. & Almira Tyrrell Died July 29, 1848

Small broken stone (nearly unreadable): Infant dau. of H.C. & A. Tyrell - Died

Feb. 16. 1841

Lymand - son of H.C. & Almira Tyrrel - died Feb.25, 18 (?)5 - ae 2yr 9da

On the same stone:

PRINCE George W. Prince - Born July 17, 1808 - Died May 10, 1888

Inscription: "Dying is but going home"

Emeline C. Prince - Born Oct.13, 1810 - Died Sept. 20, 1884

Inscription on southside of stone: "Sacred Memory of three infant Children"

Infant son of G.W. & E.C. Prince - Died Feb. 16, 1831

Infant dau.of G.W.& E.C. Prince - Died July 26, 1836

Infant son of G.W. & E.C. Prince - Died Sept. 23, 1842

Row 3

2 stones on the south end of the row - broken and unreadable

Row 4

One unreadable stone

TYRREL Reuben Tyrrel - died Nov. 21 or 29, 1862 - ae 79 yrs.

Sarah - wife of Reuben Tyrell - died Nov. ?29m 1833 - ae 48 yrs 9mo 23da.

William L. Tyrrel - died Aug. 4, 1852 - ae 39yrs.

?? Eliza (unreadable)

Row 5

Broken unreadable stones

Row 6

TYRRELL J. Nelson Tyrrell - born 1821 - died 1911

Mary Ann Snell - his wife - born 1822 - died 1900

Nearly unreadable large broken stone:

SNELL John Snell - died May (?), 1869

Ann, wife of John Snell - died (?) 1845

Published On Tri-Counties Site On 06/212003
By Joyce M. Tice

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