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Named for Jonathan Bourne Sr.
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].
2 April 1884: Made a town, State 1884, c 127.
Cataumet, Monument Village, North Sandwich, West Sandwich
Section/Villages within the town: Bournedale, Buzzards Bay, Cataumet, Gray Gables, Head of the Bay, Mashnee Island, Monument Beach, North Pocasset, Pocasset, Sacconeesett, Sagamore, Sagamore Beach, Sagamore Highlands, South Pocasset, Wenammet Neck (also called Wing's Neck).
Wikipedia: Bourne, Massachusetts
near 66 Sandwich Road
most of burials moved to Oakland Grove Cemetery
Bourne Family Cemetery
north of Main and Perry Sts.
Cataumet Cemetery (est. 1768)
- Massachusetts Gravestone Photo Project
- USGS GNIS ID # 602048
- Google map
- Hometown Locator map
Elijah Perry Grave (1814)
single grave at 388 County Rd
Head of Bay Cemetery
Head of Bay Road
Herring Pond Wampanoag Indian Cemetery (1849)
Little Sandy Point Rd
in Plymouth and Bourne
Indian Burial Hill
Herring Pond Road
Massachusetts National Cemetery
Massachusetts Military Reservation
Monument Beach Cemetery (1835)
Nightingale Cemetery (1847)
off Herring Pond Road 1. Massachusetts Gravestone Photo Project , behind 3 Palmer Circle
Oakland Grove Cemetery (1866)
Old Bourne Cemetery aka Middle Monument (1740)
off the beginning Head of Bay Road, near the junction of Wareham and Plymouth townline
Sagamore Cemetery (ca. 1804)
Ben Abbey and Sandwich Roads
Church History and Records
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