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Middlesex Cemeteries



Master Names List - This is a master index for all 5 towns photographed and transcribed.  It identifies every name found on any of headstones.  It will also identify the date of birth, death, spouses name and/or parent’s name.  In total over 19,400 names primarily in the Middlesex County (this is a very large PDF - 890 pages) and over 10,100 headstones photographed.

 

Cemeteries indexed

Abbreviation

Name 

Town  

Cemetery Years

1S

1st Cemetery of Sudbury

Wayland, Mass

1660 – 2001

B

Brigham cemetery

Marlborough, Mass

1793 – 1933

Burnett cemetery

Southborough

1867-

EG

Evergreen (partial)

Marlborough, Mass

1894 – 2001

HH

Holyhood (partial)

Brookline, Mass

1836 – 2001

MH

Main Hudson

Hudson, Mass

1814 – 2000

MP

Mount Pleasant

Sudbury, Mass

1815 – 2001

N

unnamed cemetery

Natick, Mass

1741 – 2000

NS

North Sudbury - New

Sudbury, MA

1958 – 2001

OB

Old Burial Grounds

Southborough, MA

1730 – 1895

OC

Old Common

Marlborough, Mass

1655 – 1884

OS

North Sudbury - Old

Sudbury, Mass

1814 – 1999

R

Rocklawn

Marlborough, Mass

1810 – 2000

Rev

Revolutionary

Sudbury, Mass

1667 – 1901

RH

Robin Hill

Marlborough, Mass

1817 – 1999

SH

Spring Hill

Marlborough, Mass

1675 – 1977

SM

Burnett Cemetery

Southborough, MA

1867 – 2001

SW

Wayland South

Wayland, Mass

1815 – 2000

W

Wilson

Marlborough, Mass

1764 – 1985

W

Wadsworth cemetery

Sudbury, MA

1809 – 2001

WCC

Central Cemetery

Weston, MA

1792 – 2004

WFB

Farmers Burial

Weston, MA

1703 – 1871

WK

Weeks cemetery

Marlborough, Mass

1817 – 2000

WLC

Linwood Cemetery (partial)          

Weston, Mass

1805 – 1897

WSB

South Burial Grounds

Weston, Mass

1829 – 1996

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This master index was created from 5 years of cemetery transcriptions & research. The sources are multiple and can be found in more detail on the subsequent PDFs.  The primary source was the carved headstones found in these towns.  It was often supplemented by written records found at the local libraries and Departments of Public Works, as many of these headstones were difficult to read due to age, weathering or being partially buried.  The town represents where the headstone was located.  Photographs and transcriptions are noted below:  

 

Transcription PDFs can be found for each of the towns, followed by a link to the actual headstones of each of the cemeteries transcribed. I would highly recommend using the transcriptions in combination of the photos as many of the headstones were very difficult to read and took numerous trips to get down on paper what we thought was transcribed on the headstones themselves.                     

Holyhood Cemetery and 7 cemeteries in Marlborough Mass

·       Volume 1

Sudbury, Wayland and Natick

·       Volume 2

Hudson Main Cemetery

·       Volume 3

Southborough Cemetery

·       Volume 4

Weston Cemetery                                  

·       Volume 5 

 

I have made every attempt to ensure the accuracy of this information.


This page was originally created June 23 2005 and updated September 2012 to format for publishing on freepages.   This was updated again in 2017 due to freepages changes and an addition to a current email on the main pages. This work was previously sold as individual CDs (1999-2007) and has now been consolidated and uploaded for ease of use.  Contact:  Ginny Chung mailto:gchung95@gmail.com