Source: New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 59 (Jan. 1905).
[p. 107]North Berwick, Me., Gravestones.—The following inscriptions are from stones in an old family burial lot, in North Berwick, Me., which I copied recently.
Mark Nowell was a grandson of Capt. Peter Nowel of York, Me., and was my great-grandfather. He was a soldier and sailor in the Revolution, and a Revolutionary pensioner. His wife was Betsey Parker, and belonged to a branch of that family which I have not been able to identify.
Mrs. Eunice Nowell was a sister of Mark.In memory of Mrs. Mark Nowell, | who died April 7, 1836. ae 73 yr. 3 mo. 12 d.The last two Parker stones are almost in the road, and in a short time will be entirely obliterated.
In memory of Mrs. Betsey wife | of Mark Nowell who died | Dec. 8, 1834 | ae 68 yr. 4 mo. 22 d.
In memory of Oliver Nowell | son of Silas and Nancy Nowell | who died Nov. 14, 1733 | ae 3 yrs.
In memory of Samuel Nowell | son of Mark and Betsey Nowell | who died May 11-1800 | ae 2 mo. 17 da.
In memory of Mrs. Eunice Nowell | wife of Mr. Francis Snow | who died Mch. 18, 18[broken]
In memory of Elbrige G. Parker | who died Dec. 5, 1816 | ae 4 yr. 11 mo.
In memory of Benja Parker | who died Mch. 22, 1822 | ae 50 yr. 2 mo. 27 d.
In memory of Emily C. Parker | who died July 22, 1820 | ae 11 yr. 1 mo.H. C. Varney.743 Iglebart St., St. Paul, Minn.