From Barnston take Route 141 toward Ayers Cliff. After
about a mile or two take the first road on your left called Madore Road. The cemetery
is just after you turn onto this road, on your right, in a clump of trees. There
is not much place to park and no access road but just a short walk to the cemetery.
This small cemetery has been used for close to 100 years, from
1826-1922. It is maintained by the Barnston Heritage Cemetery Association.
cemetery is small, but not easy to get about in, because there are several woodchuck
holes and uneven ground. Some stones are in need of straightening. It is enclosed
in a fence with a gate.
I walked and read this cemetery in in April, 2006.
- Leslie Nutbrown
d. 9 Oct 1842, dau of Randall & Fanny
Bellows, John, d. 12 Mar 1826,
Bellows, John, d. 21 Aug 1869, age: 84y 11m 21d
Rachel, d. 4 Mar 1836, age: 84yrs, relict of John
d. 4 Apr 1853, age: 5y 4m 21d
Bellows, Sarah, b. 22 Sep 1844, d. 8
Sep 1922, only dau of John Jr. & Ruth Wadleigh & wife of Henry C. Buckland
Bellows, Sarah, d. 28 Sep ????, age: wife of John
C., d. 19 Dec 1890, age: 49yrs
Buckland, Henry W., no dates, son
of Henry & Sarah
Buckland, John, d. 3 Mar 1897, age: 32yrs