35 results found for: subject:"Gravestones--Massachusetts"

Gallery view

1985

Mange, Arthur P.

Expired suddenly

Leverett (Mass.) - Gravestone reads "Borne downe with infirmity and pain which he long endured with christian patience and submission, he expired suddenly in his chair, without a moments warning. Nov. 27, 1811. Aged 66."

Arthur P. Mange Photograph Collection

1979

Mange, Arthur P.

Five in a row

Montague (Mass.) - Gravestones from members of the Taylor family.

Arthur P. Mange Photograph Collection

1979

Mange, Arthur P.

Bury me here

Montague (Mass.) - Close up of gravestone that reads "when I die, bury me here."

Arthur P. Mange Photograph Collection

1977

Mange, Arthur P.

Cahoon grave

Wellfleet (Mass.) - A grave marker for Herbie Cahoon reads: "Tis but a grave but O have care. For world wide hopes are buried there. How much of light, how much of joy. Is buried with a precious boy!" Duplicate prints, one from a horizontal and another from a vertical view.

Arthur P. Mange Photograph Collection

1982

Mange, Arthur P.

Our birth is nothing

Montague (Mass.) - A double grave that reads: "In Memory of 2 Sons of ye Revd. Judah and Mrs. Mary Nash who died at ye Birth the one on ye Right hand Sept. 8th, 1764 on ye left Decr. 17th, 1766. Our Birth is nothing."

Arthur P. Mange Photograph Collection

1978 1980 Jan. 9

Mange, Arthur P.

Unmarked stones

Falmouth (Mass.) - Nine unmarked stones with crosses in a grassy cemetery.

Arthur P. Mange Photograph Collection

1982

Mange, Arthur P.

Reverend Chester Williams grave

Hadley (Mass.) - Gravestone reads "Here Rests ye Body of ye Reverend. Mr. Chester Williams, In whom bright Parts, Solid Learning, unfeigned Piety, happy Elocution, universal Benevolence, Hospitality, and Christian Love, combined to form the exemplary Pastor, ye kind Husband, the tender Parent, the delightful Companion, and the faithful Friend; Who departed this life October ye 13th, 1753 in the 36th year of h... more

Arthur P. Mange Photograph Collection