Durham Old Cemetery, 1704, Durham, CT Historical Significance The settlers from Killingworth and Guilford settled Cockinchaug (Long Swamp), in 1669, renaming the community Durham in 1704. Old Durham Cemetery, a….READ MORE
Granary Burying Ground, 1660, Boston, MA Historical Significance Founded in 1660 on Tremont Street, the Granary Burying Ground is the third oldest burying ground in Boston, and the first stop….READ MORE
Historical Significance Reverend Nathaniel Chauncey, Jr. was the first minister in Durham, CT and served the community from 1706 until his death in 1756. He was born in Hatfield Massachusetts….READ MORE
Milk Row Cemetery, 1804, Somerville, MA Established in 1804, in what was then Charlestown, Milk Row Cemetery consists of a .71 acre parcel in Somerville, MA. Once part of….READ MORE
Historical Significance Early colonial settlers to the area in 1700 included Samuel, Samuel Wetmore and Benjamin Allen and the burying ground established in 1737. The settlements became part of….READ MORE
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