A brother getting even with widow for poisoning his brother and her husband – Knight’s Corner – Pelham, Massachusetts
Died by arsenic poison
March 23, 1860 Age 36 years
8 months and 23 days
Think my friends when this you see
How my wife has dealt with me
She in some oysters did prepare
Some poison for my lot and share
Then of the same I did partake
And nature yielded to its fare
Before she my wife became
Mary Felton was her name.
Erected by his Brother
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I loved the history of this book. I loved the energy the people poured into their home to enable them to worship God in the way they desired. It was a struggle that the Lord helped them through. And their love for each other stayed strong and they were a help to so many. I would recommend this book. Thank you.