Samuel Shackford is buried in a small family cemetery on what is now called the New Dam Rd. in Sanford. It was known as Mouse Lane many years ago.
His gravestone is worn and damaged to the point that it is unreadable. Over the past several years, I have been making sure a flag is placed on his grave.
His wife, Charity (d: Sept 3, 1842 AE: 65y 7m 13d) is buried there, as well.
The only other grave in the cemetery is Mehitable Shackford, wife of Christopher Shackford. She died on April 20, 1852, AE: 44y.
According to "Early Families of Sanford-Springvale, Maine" by Frederick R. Boyle, Samuel was born in 1761 (he makes reference to "Maine Soldiers" p. 703) and served in the Revolution from Wells, ME. He died in 1844.
Apparently, Samuel Shackford had a wife prior to Charity. She was Eunice Day, a daughter of Hilton Day of Wells, ME. Several Days settled on what is now the New Dam Rd, as well.
The cemetery is near the road and is surrounded by a white, wooden fence. It is immediately south of Lavalley Lumber.
I hope this information helps.