There is a rough hewn stone with his name on it, and several smaller unmarked stones in the same plot. The Sons of the American Revolution (SAR) have erected a new stone to commemorate his service in the Revolutionary War, and it is marked by a flag on Memorial Day.
Carol A. Purinton provided pictures of the two Norman Seaver stones to me recently (she added them to Find-a-Grave (see the memorial here). Here are Carol's pictures:
The larger stone says:
The smaller stone says:
My thanks to Carol A. Purinton for taking these pictures and adding the memorials to Find-A-Grave, and for permitting me to display the photos on my blog.
Norman Seaver is my 5th great-grandfather and was a Revolutionary War soldier. He died from a fall from the Westminster Church building during construction, leaving a widow, Sarah (Read) Seaver, and 13 children.
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