The Mausoleum was built in 1868 presumably using local granite. It has been virtually untouched since. It sits in the Togus National Cemetery in Augusta, ME. Knox Masonry was hired to remove the entire face of the Mausoleum and adjoining 60' stone wall. During the demolition each stone was labeled and catalogued for the eventual rebuild. No major repairs had been done since its constitution in 1868. Traces of the original mortar and ties were found under the granite blocks.