Mr. Higgins, a veteran of Company D, 31st Maine Regiment in the Civil War, died in 1864 at a location that I cannot quite make out on his stone. I am guessing this location could be a battleground. Unfortunately, this stone was either the victim of weather deterioration or, worse, human tombstone abuse. Either way, it is unfortunate that this tombstone is not whole. Looking at the stone I am guessing it was broken a long time ago. Interesting to note is the different colors of each of the main broken sections, one kind of a sand color with dark hints and the other more white with hints of dark. I also notice that there is no American flag placed with his medallion. This is perturbing as there are a few other stones in the cemetery which have flags with the medallions. I also love the name "Orinton." Never heard that one before. Perhaps it is a family name that was passed on?