This burying ground was part of the "Needham Leg" (a section of West Needham which extended into the present bounds of Natick.) In 1797 the citizens of the "Needham Leg" petitioned the Legislature to join Natick.
The burying ground was set off for use of the white people in 1741 by the Indians. It is one of the earliest cemeteries in Natick and contains many graves of early town officials as well as Revolutionary War, Civil War and 1812 Soldiers. The earliest death date is 1744. It is no longer in use.
The Massachusetts Historical Commission refers to this cemetery in MACRIS as NAT.801 North Natick Cemetery.
This cemetery is referred to as GR5 North Natick Cemetery in the "Vital Records of Natick Massachusetts to the end of the year 1849."
GPS Coordinates: 42.30465, -71.36147
- Added: 7 Dec 2007
- Find A Grave Cemetery: #2242134
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