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Prince Edward Strout
Posted by: Peter Lagasse (ID *****6682) Date: March 08, 2011 at 14:38:52
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Hi,

I am receiving conflicting information and hope someone may be able to resolve the conflicts,
1. Was the Webs Mill Cemetery that is on Route 85 in Casco, Maine ever called the Crescent Lake Cemetery? If yes, when?
2. There are two people that are stated to be buried at a Crescent Lake Cemetery in Casco that I can not find on the list of any cemetery records of Casco.
Prince Edward Strout b. 31 Dec 1872 Raymond, Maine d. 1943 Casco, Maine son of Charles Tenney Strout and Lovina Tripp who were also stated to be buried at Crescent Lake Cemetery.
I have found the headstones of Charles and Lovina at the Webbs Mill Cemetery but can not find Prince Edward Strout in any cemetery.
3. The other that is supposed to be buried at Crescent Lake Cemetery in Casco, Maine is Martha Maria Cash b. 17 Aug 1807 Raymond, Maine d. 26 Nov 1871 Raymond, Maine dau of John and Elsie Cash. She married
Charles Strout in 1826 (son of Prince James Strout and Rachel Strout) who died in 1890 and is buried in the village cemetery of Gray, Maine.
I have found a Martha Maria Cash buried in Webbs Mill Cemetery but she died in 20 Jul 1856 and was married to a Nathaniel Cash Jr.

Any help will be appreciated.

Sincerely,
Peter Lagasse


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