The Old North Burying Ground at the intersection of High Street and Rt 133/1A was established in 1634 upon the founding of the town of Ipswich. The following photos are graves from the Old North Burial Ground in Ipswich, and houses or other places associated with those persons. A complete list of burials is in the book Memento Mori, published by the Ipswich Historical Society in 1935. A slideshow and brief walking tour are presented at the end of this page.

The slideshow below features some of the oldest graves at the Old North Burial Ground in Ipswich, Massachusetts. A complete list of burials is in the book Memento Mori, published by the Ipswich Historical Society in 1935.

  • Click on any photo to start the slideshow.
  • Click on the small X in the upper left corner of the slideshow to end the slideshow and return to this page.

Tour of the Old North Burying Ground

ICAM Ipswich

  • Host: Paul Valcour
  • Guest: Gordon Harris, Ipswich Town Historian
  • Camera, video and edit: Nik Kelliher

The Dead

The Old North Burying Ground, Ipswich
The Old North Burying Ground, Ipswich, MA
old_north_tour_map
Map of this tour

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