Miscellaneous Cemeteries and Burial Sites
Hudson Street Lot
"Another small private lot is on Hudson Street, Halifax, and is near the road, on a corner of the field once owned by Cyrus Monroe".
Smallpox House Cemetery
"Still another was located on Franklin Street, just north of the Pox House R.R. crossing on the right-hand side. A house used to stand in this vicinity many years ago called the pox house where small-pox patients were cared for. Those who died of the dread disease were hastily buried to prevent the spread of the plague".
Located on Winter Street
Tomb Located On Doctor Pierce's Land
West Washington Street Tomb
Burial Site of Pomp
Pomp, a former slave of the House family, drowned in 1827 in a pond hole which was located across King Street from the Nahum Stetson house. He was buried on the property of the House family on King Street.