News & Events
Hingham Cemetery Scholarship 2023 Award Winner ~ Kateyln Erickson
Immediate past president of the Hingham Cemetery Board, John Davenport, with Kateyln Erickson, the winner of the cemetery’s 2023 scholarship award, at the Ames Chapel in Hingham. Katelyn won for her essay on family genealogy, which involved considerable research. She heads to Ohio State University in the fall. The Hingham Cemetery Board Scholarship Award is an annual award and applications are available in the spring for any high school senior who lives in Hingham or attends Hingham High School.
Our thanks to all of you who have supported our efforts in reaching
our short- and long-term goals of preserving this lovely arboretum.
Photo Gallery ~ 2002 to 2011
Photos by: Dick Hawkins & Cinda Day
The Ames Chapel receives one of the first annual Town of Hingham’s Preservation Award on the April 7, 2019
Video by: Constance Lindner
October 5, 2019 Tour with Kevin Duffy
The tour was be led by stone conservator Kevin Duffy. Duffy restores and conserves headstones throughout eastern Massachusetts and has been safeguarding Hingham Cemetery monuments for over 15 years. In addition to being a stone conservator, he is also a stone sculptor.
Video by: Harbor Media
These productions would not have been possible without the generous underwriting of the Hingham Cultural Council (under the auspices of the Massachusetts Cultural Council), Sarah and Joe Cronin, Anne and Nestor Nicholas, Absolutely Fit, the Conservation Law Foundation, Strekalovsky Architecture, Sara Holbrook and Foster Aborn, and Encore Specialty Foods, LLC, Hingham’s Specialty Food Importer.