Hockanum Cemetery
Hadley, Massachusetts

Tombstone Inventory
"Missing Stones"

These notations are from the 1938 Cemetery Inventory by Walter Corbin of Florence, Massachusetts.

At this time these seven stones are either missing, worn beyond recognition, or as yet unable to be identified. Some of these transcriptions may connect with tombstones listed elsewhere as "unkown."

Joseph Cook
died Oct [ ] d, 1778
Aged 4 Years
Caleb Cook
died July 10, 1777
Aged 4 years 8 months
[1938 note from tombstone inventory of Walter Corbin: "Brownstone, Nearly Gone")

Dau of A.S. & E.I.
Died Feb 7, 1885
Æ 6 Mos 17 days
[Note: should be next to Ella, No stone
Source: Corbin Inventory, 1938]
could be this stone]

John Freddie Bartlett
Son of
J. & H. Bartlett
Died Jan 3, 1860
Æ 9 Yrs.

H. N. Day
Co. G. 27th MA Inf.
[Government stone; From 1938 Corbin Inventory]

Merlancton Day
Died Oct 2, 1845
Aged 58
Died Jan 30, 1838
Aged 1 Yr 5 Mos
Died Aug 26, 1839
Aged 11 Mos
Children of Merlancton & Matilda W. Day
[From 1938 Corbin Inventory]

Daniel Kellogg

Uncertain but thought I would mention this name. Daniel Kellogg, A Revolutionary War soldier, was penciled in as possibly being buried in Hockanum in the Corbin notes. I was unable to verify this, though certainly his wife Rachel Kellogg is in fact buried in this cemetery. Please let me know if you have more information on this.

Amanda M. Lemmon
died May 9, 1820
Æt 14 years
[From 1938 Corbin Inventory]

E. Israel Lyman
Feb 9, 1839 - Dec 20, 1911
[From 1938 Corbin Inventory — stone broken or missing]

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