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Middleton, Massachusetts Cemeteries in the 18th century.

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David Allen Lambert

David Allen Lambert
NEHGS Online Genealogist

Question: This summer I am planning a trip to Middleton, Massachusetts.  Can you advise me where the 18th century local cemeteries are I might visit?

 

Answer:  The first place I would contact is the Middleton Cemetery Department.  They can advise you if a cemetery needs to be unlocked, and perhaps if they have burial records.  The following cemeteries I have identified as 18th century burial grounds that you may choose to vist - Jacob Fuller Cemetery (1779) South Main Street; Oak Dale Cemetery (1748) Main Street; Old Fuller Family Burying Ground (1738) Mt. Vernon Street; Old Richardson Burying Ground (1798) located at Haswell Park; the Tomb of the family of Rev. Elias Smith (1775); Symonds Burying Ground (1778) on Thomas Road. The Middleton Cemetery Department can be reached at (978)-777-0407.


Posted by David Lambert at 06/21/2011 12:51:40 AM | 


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