Copied by Lynn Tooley
Town of Enfield
Hartford County, Connecticut
Powder Hollow Cemetery was copied from the Charles R. Hale Collection as found in the Connecticut State Library.
There is an old tomb in the side of a mound on the right side of the road leading south at the Post Office. It is about 1/4 of a mile from the main road. It was constructed in 1831 for the family of Dr. David Allen, a Revolutionary War Veteran. There are no bodies there now - They have been removed to the new cemetery. See Flander's work - New Hazardville - Page 8. There was formerly an iron door on the front with inscriptions on it.
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