“In memory of \ Miss | Dorothy Hall, | who died | Sept. 14, 1829. |
Death cannot make my soul afraid.
If God be with me there;
Soft is the passage through the shade,
And all the pospect fair.
She was a noted school teacher. Josiah Hall of Wrentham and Dorothy Ware of Needham were m. July 4, 1792, by the Rev. Benjamin Caryl. Mrs. Dorothy (Ware) Hall was b. in Needham, May 16, 1752, dau. of Josiah Ware and sister of Daniel Ware, Esq. She d. in 1815.”
Source: Epitaphs from Graveyards in Wellesley (Formerly West Needham), North Natick, and Saint Mary’s Churchyard in Newton Lower Falls, Massachusetts, by George Kuhn Clarke, LL.B., Privately Printed, Boston, 1900, page 152