Was Medlin Dayton buried at Matinecock?

I should have explained what I meant by the question: “Is it possible that the Frost Family Cemetery was established on the mound where Simson found Medlin’s grave?”

I was actually wondering if it is possible that when Simson took possession of the land containing Samuel’s cellar, he discovered the gravesite of Samuel’s wife Medlin closeby, on the same piece of high ground that the Frost family later established as their cemetery. Remember that Medlin probably died about the same time Samuel was trying to occupy these lots. Of course, her marker would probably be lost within ten or twenty years after her death.

I realize the whole idea is a long shot, but it’s interesting to consider just the same.

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