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Establishment and former town name(s)
Historical data relating to counties, cities, and towns in Massachusetts (Boston, Massachusetts: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1997), [FHL book 974.4 H2h 1997].
7 January 1639: "the names of those to whom graunt of the lands at Mattacheeset, now called Yarmouth..." (Ply. Col. Rec., Vol I, p. 108)
Archiac name: Hokkanom, Mattacheeset, Nobscussett
Section/Villages within the town: Bass River, Camp Station, Hockanum, Middleton, Point Gammon, Pond Village, South Yarmouth, Town House, Weir Village, West Yarmouth, Yarmouth Farms, Yarmouthport, Yarmouth Village.
Wikipedia: Yarmouth, Massachusetts
17 June 1641: Bounds between Yarmouth and Barnstable established.
11 March 1658: Yarmouth and Barnstable agreed upon bounds.
19 June 1793: Part established as Dennis
Ancient Cemetery (ca. 1639)
Centre St, off Rte 6A
Bass River Baptist Cemetery (1813)
38 Old Main St., on the grounds of Bass River Community Baptist Church
Civil War Graves Site
off Union St., near Rte 6A
Eldredge-Matthews-Taylor Smallpox Cemetery (1796)
North Dennis Rd
Georgetown Cemetery (1820)
High Bank Rd, next to Bass River Golf Course
Chandler Gray Cemetery (1988)
161 Old Mill Way, at the end of Chandler Gray Rd
Gideon Gray Cemetery
near Wild Rose Terr, off Dinah's Pond
Methodist Cemetery (1812)
Pine Grove Cemetery (1820)
29 Station Ave
Quaker Cemetery (1811)
58 North Main St
Bray Farm Rd, off Rte 6A
Smallpox Cemetery (1779)
Weir Rd, off Rte 6A
Taylor-Hall Smallpox Cemetery (1801)
located at the 13th hole of the Kings Way Golf Course
Woodside Cemetery (1753)
West Yarmouth Rd and Rte 28
Yarmouth Indian Memorial Stone
Indian Memorial Dr.
Church History and Records
Societies, Libraries and Museums
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