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Heal Road Lower Cemetery
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Lincolnville Center is a very quiet town and the Lower Cemetery is even more so. Established around 1811, it was first known as the Center Lincolnville Burying Ground. Creeping Phlox adds a touch of pink and purple to the lawn every spring.

More information about Lincolnville cemeteries can be found at www.lincolnvillehistory.org/cemet/

Copyright: Tom Sadowski
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Uploaded: 21/05/2010
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Tags: flowers; headstones; graves; purple; graveyard; springtime; death; phlox; henry fogler; eliza fogler
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