Simpson-Jones Burying Ground

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Simpson-Jones Burying Ground

Also known as Revolutionary Burying Ground

Union Street
Ashland, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, 01721 USA
Phone 508-881-0120
Memorials 14 added (93% photographed)

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"In this cemetery lie the remains of Savil Simpson, the first settler in this Valley, and who purchased it from the original grantee of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, and his descendants, as well as the ancestors of the old families of this town. Also, many of those who served and some of whom gave their lives in the service of their country during the Indian and French Wars, and the War of the American Revolution.
This Cemetery was deeded to the Town of Ashland in 1852 to be forever preserved and held sacred.
To your honor it is entrusted."
(from granite memorial stone in the cemetery)

This area of Ashland was a part of the Town of Hopkinton until the incorporation of Ashland in 1846.

The earliest death date is 1771, while the most recent is 1821. In 1973 there were only 9 headstones & 6 footstones.

The Massachusetts Historical Commission refers to this cemetery in MACRIS as ASL.801 Revolutionary Burying Ground, Old


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GPS Coordinates: 42.2562600, -71.4635400

  • Added: 16 Mar 2010
  • Find A Grave Cemetery: #2346196