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Greater Lowell Area Cemeteries

Updated 12/29/06


Billerica Public Library

For many years the Billerica Public Library has housed the catalogs of the Old South Burying Ground, The Old Corner Burying Ground and the North Cemetery (excluding the most recent burials there). We are now very pleased to announce that we also have the catalogs and epitaphs for the Job Hill Cemetery, the Smallpox Cemetery and the Roger's Family Plot. These are the seven established cemeteries in town.


Cemetery Project at Center for Lowell History University of Massachusetts Lowell


St. Patrick Cemetery - Lowell:

Burial Listings from 1895 thru the current year are provided. Last updated December 31, 2005. Records from 1832 to 1894 at St.PatrickCemetery are incomplete and are not available online at this point in time. (Read the brief history section of this web site for the historical reasons.)  Volunteer groups are working on projects that will allow them to be included at some future time. We have also included information about Lowell, Massachusetts area Cemeteries and Funeral Directors to assist you in your search.

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St. Mary Cemetery– Tewksbury:

A Genealogy Burial Listing from 1961 (the year that St.Mary Cemetery was dedicated) thru the current year is provided.

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South Burial Grounds Tewksbury, Middlesex County, Massachusetts  

Contributed by Lisa Haynes, Aug 23, 2004 []. Total records = 150.

 Located on the south corner of Main (Rte. 38) & Shawsheen Sts., between Shawsheen St & the Shawsheen River. From I-93, take Exit 42, Dascomb Road, follow Dascomb Rd. towards Tewksbury for .2 mile, take left onto Shawsheen St. Follow Shawsheen for 2.6 miles. Will come to set of lights at Main St. Cemetery is at the opposite corner of Shawsheen and Main Sts.

Cemetery is under the auspices of Tewksbury Cemetery Commission. The condition of the grounds is fairly good and well kept for it's age.

I am told by the Historical Society that this cemetery represents the "Shawsheen" end of town or South Tewksbury. It looks like the earliest burial was in 1714, being Dr. John Kittredge.

This contains all visible stones, about 100, which I read on Aug 22, 2004 when I walked the cemetery.

 Lisa Haynes


Middlesex County Cemetery Directory

Middlesex County Massachusetts Cemetery Directory 


Cemeteries and Cemetery Records

Publishers of cemetery transcriptions and other information pertaining to cemeteries, for genealogists, cemetery enthusiasts, taphophile, and funeral professionals


Boston Historic Burying Grounds   (added December 29, 2006)

The information in this database is based on surveys conducted in the mid-1980s by staff and volunteers of the Historic Burying Grounds Initiative. The surveys recorded all legible grave markers at that time. This is not a complete record of all burials in these sites. If stones were illegible, broken, vandalized or deteriorated from age at the time of the survey, they will not show up in this database.

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