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Second Burial Ground

The Second Burial Ground was established in 1794 on Montvale Avenue.


The First Parish was the administrator for both the First and Second Burial Ground until they sold both Burial Grounds to the Town in 1824 for $162.50.


In July of 1847, Town Clerk Nathan Wyman and Dr. Benjamin Cutter walked through the graveyard and copied all of the inscriptions...nearly four hundred interments were recorded.


Pictures of the headstones in the Second Burial Ground will be coming in the near future...stay tuned!

Second Burial Ground 

1794 - 1845

Overview of Second Burial Ground

Second Burial Ground 

1910

BURDETT MANSION

Home of

Woburn Historical Society

7 Mishawum Road

PO Box 91

Woburn, MA  01801

781.933.5002

[email protected]

www.WoburnHistoricalSociety.org

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OFFICE HOURS:

Mondays and Wednesdays

10 am to 2 pm

Bill and ​Joyce Cummings

The Society is extremely grateful to be a recipient of a Cummings Foundation Grant.

Thank you to these Woburn businesses for their generous support!

SPONSORS

George's Auto Body

Lynch-Cantillon Funeral Home

McLaughlin-Dello Russo Funeral Service

Mooney Dental, Kevin Mooney

J. Sallese & Sons, Inc.


BENEFACTORS

Kiwanis Club of Woburn

Lawton Real Estate, Inc.

Lennon Insurance


SUPPORTERS

Little Folks Day School

Tocci Building Corporation



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