Cemeteries of Martha's Vineyard

(Which graveyards are not listed? Your input needed!)


Village Cemetery
        On the corner of Franklin and Center Streets, behind the Town Hall.

Oak Grove Cemetery
        At the bottom of West Spring Street and State Road, near the Tisbury School.
        The Martha's Vineyard Hebrew Center's Cemetery is on the West Spring Street side of Oak Grove

Crossways Cemetery (Also known as "Company Place Cemetery.")
        At Mount Aldworth Heights off Causeway Road. Perhaps the oldest cemetery in town.

West Chop Cemetery
        On the corner of Main Street and Grove Avenue.

Sailor's Burying Ground
        On a dirt road behind the dump. Graves are numbered, and have no inscriptions.

"Near the Pumping Station"
        Seth Daggett and his wife Elizabeth West are buried in a thicket overlooking the head of Tashmoo.

Other gravesites
        There are references to graves near the U.S. Marine Hospital (now the Saint Pierre School of Sport on Lagoon Pond Road) but I have never seen them.
        There are also two stones in a private yard on Daggett Ave., and another in a private yard on Main Street near the library.

West Tisbury

Village Cemetery
        Near "Dead Man's Curve" on State Road.

Middletown Cemetery
        About 1/4 mile behind "the big tree" on a dirt road off of State Road, near the South Road fork.

Lamberts Cove Cemetery
        On Lamberts Cove Road.

Christiantown Cemetery
        Near the Christaintown chapel at Indian Hill. There is only one grave with an inscription, the rest are unmarked stones.

Mingo Cemetery
        In a poison ivy thicket about 1/4 mile up the road from the Christiantown Cemetery.


Abel's Hill Cemetery
        On South Road.


Old Burying Ground Also called Tower Hill Cemetery and Burial Hill.

Pease's Point Way Cemetery

Indian Cemetery, Chappaquiddick

First Cemetery, Chappaquiddick

Belain Cemetery, Chappaquiddick

Oak Bluffs

Cottage City Cemetery

Farm Neck Cemetery

Graves near Old House Pond

Sacred Heart Cemetery
        Not too far from the Portugese-American Club.

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