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Depending on which direction you are traveling,this may be a difficult turn off of Route #6. Just off the road there is limited
parking, but the small cemetery is rich with Mayflower history and provides easy access to some first hand research.
Located right on Route 6, you can visit this historic cemetery where a couple of the original Mayflower passengers are buried. Their grave markers have been updated by a historical society but the other headstones are either gone or very hard to read. Do your...More
We stopped by the Cove Burying Ground today to visit some of my ancestors. Daniel Doane Sr., my 10th great grandfather, rests there with his original 1712 headstone and footstone. His father, John Doane (11th great grandfather) is commemorated with a more modern memorial stone...More
We were a bit bored one day so stopped at this cemetery to see how old the headstones were. It was so fascinating to see family plots of the early settlers of Cape Cod. It was also great to see some graves marked as Veterans...More
Small old burial ground that is on the national register of historic places.
3 Mayflower passengers buried here.
Look for constance Hopkins snow, Giles Hopkins and Joseph rogers.