Place:North Burial Ground, Providence, Providence, Rhode Island, United States


NameNorth Burial Ground
Alt namesRhode Island Historical Cemetery Providence #1source: FindAGrave
Coordinates41.84301°N 71.40811°W
Located inProvidence, Providence, Rhode Island, United States


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The North Burial Ground is a cemetery in Providence, Rhode Island, dating to 1700. It was the first public cemetery in Providence. It is located north of downtown Providence, bounded by North Main Street, Branch Street, the Moshassuck River, and Cemetery Street. Its main entrance is at the junction of Branch and North Main. The burial ground is one of the larger municipal cemeteries in Southern New England, at 150 acres. It accepts 220 to 225 burials per year.


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