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Hingham Cemetery At a Glance
Adjacent to historic Hingham Square lie 13 acres of open parkland — rolling hills and terraces known as the Hingham Cemetery, which was established 346 years ago in 1672.
The privately-owned cemetery is the resting place of numerous state and national patriots, statesmen, militia, and townspeople who helped build and shape our country.
The grounds encompass Hingham's only arboretum, its only Veterans' burial area, and a Memorial Garden for cremations.
Hingham Cemetery is one of the few historical cemeteries in the United States with burial lots still available for purchase.
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Author Dick Lehr
Sunday - February 11, 2018
4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Ames Chapel, Hingham Cemetery
Award-Winning Author Dick Lehr will discuss his New Novel, "Trell" in honor of Black History Month.
Dick Lehr Adult Ticket 17 or older -
Dick Lehr Under 17 Ticket -
Hingham Cemetery Trivia:
Top 10 Burials by Family Surnames
Hingham Cemetery Location:
120 South Street, Hingham Ma United States
The Friends of Hingham Cemetery is entirely Non Profit and depends on your tax deductible donations to maintain this historic property.
Please consider making a donation to the Friends of Hingham Cemetery for future generations to enjoy.
Please use the form below to donate your desired amount.