|Cemetery notes and/or description:|
The Hill Cemetery (more commonly known as the Job Hill Cemetery) at the corner of Nashua Road (Rte 4) and Dudley Road was established in 1828. This is the burial site of Job Hill, many of his family members, and some of the workers and neighbors of the Hill Machine Shop, which was established by Jonathan Hill, Esq., (son of Job). The Hill machine shop manufactured a leather splitting machine that had been invented by another Billerica citizen, Samuel Parker.
This cemetery is referred to as GR4 Hill Cemetery in the "Vital Records of Billerica Massachusetts to the end of the year 1850".
The Massachusetts Historical Commission does not refer to this cemetery in MACRIS.