|Object Name||File, Document|
|Scope & Content||
Two boxes of archival and research material relating to cemeteries. Box A14.1 includes:
- One folder of photographs
- Two folders of miscellaneous notes and newsclippings.
- One folder of documents signed by the Little Compton Town Clerk relating to cemetery plots and perpetual care trusts. Also in this folder is a document relating to the Little Compton Hearse Association.
- One folder with news clippings and a typed report on the Old Burying Ground.
- Reference materials related to the preservation of historic burial grounds.
- Transcription of a cemetery tour in the Old Burial Ground by John Sterling and Carlton Brownell, about 2000.
-One folder containing information about a human skull found by a member of the Burchard family in the area of Wilbor Woods. Compact Disc of photographs.
- Document: Background on LC Historical Cemetery 043, by Claire Johnson and Kate Johnson, October 2011
- Booklet: "The Stone Carvers Business: Three Centuries of Craft Tradition at the John Stevens Shop" from Exhibition at Salve Regina University Gallery, September 2006
Box A14.2 includes:
- Booket of gravestones and inscriptions at "Burial Hill" in Plymouth
- Two copies of hardcover book, "Little Compton Cemetery Inscriptions."
- Booklet, "Cemetery Inscriptions of Tiverton, R.I."
- Book, "Cemetery Inscriptions/Census: 1774, 1790, 1850, 1880/P.F. Little's Sketches/ Soldiers of the Revolution."
- Booklet, "Monumental Inscriptions/ St. Denys Church,/Little Compton, Warwickshire"
-Folder of documents from the Union Cemetery
-DVD. Two DVDs with photos of gravestones in Little Compton Cemeteries.
-DVD. Little Compton Cemetery talk by Vincient Luti and Helen Bridge. Video recording is poor but information is very good.
Oversize Rolled up original plan of Union Cemetery at the Commons.
Located on top of boxes.
|Category||8: Communication Artifact|
|Extent of Description||
Two boxes, each measures h 10.25" x w 5" x d 15.5"
Includes paper, photos and newsprint.
Old Burying Ground
Old Burial Ground
Little Compton Hearse Association
Little Compton Historical Cemetery
Stone Carvers Business
John Stevens Shop
Photographs of Gravestones