Wethersfield Village Cemetery

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Date: 7 May 2020 [unknown]
Location: 1 Marsh Street, Wethersfield, Connecticut, USAmap
Surnames/tags: Connecticut Cemeteries New England
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Entrance to Wethersfield Village Cemetery
Wethersfield Village Cemetery “Ancient Burying Ground”

Cemetery name: Wethersfield Village Cemetery (Ancient Burying Ground)

Address: 1 Marsh Street, Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut, USA, 06109

GPS Coordinates: 41°42′45″ N 72°38′60″ W

Information: Wethersfield Village Cemetery and Ancient Burying Ground is one of the most historic and oldest graveyards in America. It is located in the center of Old Wethersfield on Marsh Street and and directly in the rear of the old First Church. The Burying Ground was established by Town of Wethersfield on Hungry Hill in 1638 and no burial lots were sold; however burials were permitted wherever there was a vacancy. The top of the hill gives a scenic view of the surroundings.


See Category: Wethersfield Village Cemetery, Wethersfield, Connecticut for those buried here

Wethersfield Village Cemetery War Memorial

Notable Interments

Entrance Pillar
Entrance pillar
  1. Stephen Mix Mitchell (1743 - 1835)
  2. Robert Steele (1912 - 2002)
  3. Edwin H May Jr (1924 - 2002)


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