Gone but not forgotten: memorial service honors 19th c. wardens killed in line of duty

by Sarah Craighead Dedmon

Not far from the Whiting farm where he was raised, Lyman O. Hill’s descendents on Monday, Nov. 8, gathered with representatives from six law enforcement agencies and the state house to honor Hill and cousin Charles Niles, the first two Maine Game Wardens to die in the line of duty. Together with his parents, wife, and children, Hill is buried in his family cemetery, overlooking Gardner Lake.

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