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Epitaphs in Old Bridgewater, Massachusetts
Illustrated with Plans and Views
By Williams Latham Published by Henry T. Pratt, printer, 1882 (Bridgewater, Mass. : Henry T. Pratt, printer, 1882).
- Google Books
- FamilySearch.org FamilySearch Catalog 974.482/B2 V3L
- FamilySearch.org FamilySearch Catalog CD-Rom no. 3090, with addition from 1887 report
- FamilySearch.org FamilySearch Catalog 974.482/B2 V3L, reprint 1976
Cemetery near Alden's Bridge
Conant Street Cemetery
(1821) (aka Conant Town Cemetery)
Conant Street Small Pox Cemetery
east side of Conant Street
First Roman Catholic Cemetery
103 Center Street, behind St. Thomas Aquinas Church
west side of Center Street
(1826) (aka Cherry Street Burial Ground)
Cherry Street, near Taunton River and Halifax townline
(1813) (aka Auburn Street, Auburnville, Benson Town)
Auburn Street near Curve Street, Benson Town
Jennings Hill Cemetery
(1750/1766) (aka Japan Graveyard)
High and Plain Streets
- Jennings Cemetery, Bridgewater, Massachusetts, by Elijah Hayward; FamilySearch.org FamilySearch Catalog Book 977.198 V39s
(1853) (aka Bridgewater State Farm, State Workhouse Graveyard)
Mount Prospect Cemetery
(1842) (aka Bridgewater, New)
Mount Prospect Street
Orange Street Cemetery
(1828) (aka Pratt Town Burial Ground)
Orange and Walnut Streets
Pine Street Cemetery
Saint Thomas Aquinas Roman Catholic Cemetery
(1950s) (Third or New Roman Catholic)
Scotland Burial Ground
Second Roman Catholic Cemetery
West side of Center St. across from Mary Lane and Heather Lane.
South Street Burial Ground
South Street, near Titicut Bridge
Summer Street Cemetery
(1716) (aka Old Grave-yard, First Parish, Revolutionary, South Parish Cemetery)
Summer and Plymouth Streets
- Findagrave.com (listed as Old Grave-yard)
- Findagrave.com (listed as First Parish Unitarian Universalist)
(1793) (aka Great Woods Graveyard)
northwesterly side of Titicut Street
Vernon Street Cemetery
(1751) (aka Alden)
Vernon and Cross Streets, Titicut
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