Material: White marbl
A double stone, there is a complete diagonal break beginning at the top between the two halves and continuing downward through Mary’s half of the stone. Upper part of Mary’s section is also partly embedded in the earth. Stone has darkening from exposure, but text is generally legible.
Inscription: In Memory of Pamelia C. Pells who died Sept. 30 1831 aged 2 years 2 months. In Memory of Mary J. Pells who died Oct 1, 1831 aged 9 months. Gone is the flowers sweet buds of early spring Thy ruthless Death cold finger rudely press’d Yet ah grim tyrant pointless is thy sting They fading fell to ripen with the blest. Parents to you this cheering hope is given They sank to Earth to freshly bloom in Heaven.
The stone makes no mention of the parents’ names, however, burial records show an Ebenezer Pells, age twenty-six, also buried in this lot. He died approximately seven months after these two little girls and the epitaph from his widow is written in a similar tone to that of these children making it possible that he was the father of Pamelia and Mary.