Thanks to D. Rochon who sent me the link - below is the picture of the grave of Hannah and Jeremiah Ives. It is in the Elmwood cemetery in Holyoke, MA. Captain Jeremiah Ives (5) was the son of Jonathn Ives (1716 - 1792). He was born on Nov. 19, 1738 in New Haven. He married Hannah Bassett on June 7, 1768 in New Haven, CT. Hannah was born on Dec. 26, 1739 in New Haven, CT. and died Sept. 14, 1803 in West Springfield, MA. Jeremiah served in the French and Indian War, enlisting twice in 1758 and 1760 in the Sixth Company from New Haven under Capt. Hitchcock. He bought land in Hamden, CT on February 16,1775 from David Woofter for 4 pounds, one shilling, and four pence (see below). Jeremiah fought in Revolutionary War. (See David Wooster) He later moved to West Springfield MA after 1780 and is listed in the 1790, 1800, 1810, 1820 US Census in W. Springfield.
Here is a link to more information on Jeremiah and Hannah Ives and their family.