The Boston carving shop of John Homer (1727 - 1803) employed his son William (1770 - 1822) and probably carvers William Bennett and Samuel White Jr according to researcher James Blachowicz in an article in the Association for Gravestone Studies Fall 2002 quarterly bulletin. The Homer shop supplied many gravestones to Cape Cod especially the Lower Cape.
The following are attributed to or are in the style of Homer. Homer and Geyer carvings often are similar. Some of the following also may be listed under Geyer. Also see the carvers Bennett and White.
|Elisha Park (1770) - Wellfleet Cem.|
|Jonathan Doane (1780) - Eastham Bridge Road Cem.|
|Joseph Hall (1787) - Dennis Cem.|
|Ruth Wells (1790) - Truro Old North Cem.|
|Elijah Knowls (1795) - Eastham Bridge Road Cem.|
|Daniel Howes Jr (1796) - Chatham Old Burying Ground|
|John Lewis (1796) - West Yarmouth Woodside Cem.|
|Mary Nickerson (1796) - Provincetown Cemetery #1|
|Edward Knowles (1799) - Eastham Bridge Road Cem.|
|Ebenezer Collings (1800) - Truro Old North Cem.|
|Anna Higgins (1800) - Wellfleet Duck Creek Cem.|
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