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The graveyard was a very peaceful place. My husband and I had a good time trying to find our ancestors who were buried there. We found a book at the Plymouth plantation that had every single epitaph from the Burial Hill. We went about an...More
I went here as part of a night tour the week of Halloween. I like to visit cemeteries (findagrave.com). This one has so many old and interesting ones... wood, slate, granite, marble. I would recommend going on a tour, as getting the scoop on some...More
My cousin and I spent about 30 minutes wandering around the grounds trying to find our ancestor Edward Doty's Plaque with no luck. It is in a beautiful location and there are many interesting monuments and headstones to view. I am wondering if the Church...More
First I recommend going to the visitors center to get a quick history lesson and then set out for the hill. We feel this is one of the best views in Plymouth. The historic cemetery overlook a portion of downtown and the harbor. Great views...More
The walk up the hill was worth the visit. Lots of historical monuments and location of the first Fort. Interesting grave stones and informational signs. Nice view of the bay and the back of the first Pilgram Church.
A lot of old gravestones. I saw a couple of the original settlers. I love surrounding myself with history and this made my mind go back in time and imagine the pilgrims living and dying here. Worth the visit.
I recently returned for another visit and this time around I was very interested in the old headstones and historical data. There are just tons of fantastic detailed old headstones. The work really is amazing and so intricate. It wasn't too crowded when we went...More
Probably not, unless you google burial hill and see if there is some help on there. We gave up because we were told the oldest graves were lost. Luckily many of my relatives had moved inland and we found many there. Check... More
Probably not, unless you google burial hill and see if there is some help on there. We gave up because we were told the oldest graves were lost. Luckily many of my relatives had moved inland and we found many there. Check the other local cemeteries but Burial Hill is interesting whether you find your own or not.
I have been there a couple of times, but don't remember any maps or other ways to find any person. It is just unique, the way the wording on the headstones. Or at least it is different from headstones here in Missouri... More
I have been there a couple of times, but don't remember any maps or other ways to find any person. It is just unique, the way the wording on the headstones. Or at least it is different from headstones here in Missouri. Sorry not more help.