Place:Ancient Burying Ground, Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, United States

NameAncient Burying Ground
Alt namesCenter Church Graveyardsource: Find A Grave
Gold Street Cemeterysource: Practical Work of the D. A. R.
TypeCemetery
Coordinates41.76486°N 72.67442°W
Located inHartford, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
Also located inHartford, Connecticut, United States    


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The First Church of Christ and the Ancient Burying Ground (also known as Center Church: First Church of Christ in Hartford or First Church in Hartford) is a historic church and cemetery at 60 Gold Street in Hartford, Connecticut. It is the oldest church congregation in Hartford, founded in 1636 by Thomas Hooker. The present building, the congregation's fourth, was built in 1807, and was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1972.[1] The adjacent cemetery, formally set apart in 1640, was the city's sole cemetery until 1803.

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Resources

Find A Grave: Ancient Burying Ground

See Hartford's Ancient Burying Ground for general information about this cemetery.

See Source:Talcott, Mary K. List of Burials, Center Church Burying Ground, Hartford for burials between 1750 and 1805

Source:Hale, Charles R. Hale Collection includes earlier burials.