Old Burial Hill

Description

The Old Burial Hill in Marblehead, Massachusetts is a historic cemetery founded in 1638. Notable gravestones include General John Glover, a Revolutionary War general, and Wilmot Redd, a victim of the Salem Witch Trials. Otherwise, it's home to more than 600 Revolutionary soldiers' gravestones. Guided tours of the cemetery are available.

Address

170 Washington St
Orne Street, Pond Street, Redd's Pond
Marblehead, MA 01945

Lat/Long

42.50337900, -70.85139800
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