|Barnes Burying Grounds|
|Cemetery notes and/or description:|
Deed, William Benjamin Hill to Board of Health Wayland
October 1, 1867:
Commencing at a point in the Centre of Highway (the stage coach road) at the North West corner of what is known as the Barnes Burying ground. Said Corner being North forty seven degrees West one hundred and forty six links distant from a beech tree twelve inches in diameter standing on said burying ground thence South seventy eight degrees East three chains thence South twelve degrees West three chains thence North twelve degrees East three chains to the place of beginning being on the West half of South West quarter of section two in Town three North of Range Eleven West and containing three fourth of an acre of land exclusive of Highway as now fenced said land is conveyed to be used as a Township burying ground and for no other purpose.
The Barnes Burying Grounds consists about 1/4th of present day Hill Cemetery.
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