At the end of the Pond Street path, just below the crest of the hill, is a small cluster that includes a few rows of headstones, a tomb, and a small enclosure.
Mary Bridgo (1790)
Mary Bridgo (1794)
Hannah Bridgo (1795)
Mary Bridgo (1796)
Mrs. Mary Bridgo (1796)
In the first row of this cluster is a small, worn, easily overlooked stone. The inscription has three sections: the memorial to Mrs. Mary Bridgo, the religious epitaph, and the memorial to the children.
In Memory of
Mrs. MARY BRIDGO
wife of Mr. George Bridgo
who died July 14th 1796
Aged 32 Years
She took upon her the yoke of Christ, and, among
other practical lessons, had eminently learned of
him, to be meek and lowly in heart.