Category Archives: Cemeteries

The Saddle and Pillion Graves

(Updated 6/25/21 by Don Bayley) Edmond Freeman, one of the Ten Men from Saugus and the founder of Sandwich is buried here with his wife Elizabeth. He sailed with his 2nd wife Elizabeth, 4 children from his first marriage on … Continue reading

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Joseph Wilson (1843-1886)

By Bill Daley There is a little-known gravesite of a black civil War soldier, Joseph Wilson, who is buried in Sandwich in a wooded area off of Quaker Meeting House Road near the Stop & Shop. In 2012, Eagle Scout … Continue reading

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Saving Graves

By TAO WOOLFE Sandwich Enterprise, Oct 27, 2016 Decrepitude has seeped into Cedarville Cemetery—cracking and toppling ancient tombstones and beshadowing family markers with creeping foliage. But rest easy, old souls, help is on the way. About $70,000 has been set … Continue reading

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