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South Street Cemetery, est. 1766, Site of first public burial

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South Street Cemetery is the oldest of all six cemeteries owned by the City of Fitchburg, the first and only colonial burying ground.  It was established in 1766 on land given to the town by Amos Kimball.

Although surrounded by roads and buildings this resting place takes your into the past.
This cemetery is the resting place for many American Revolutionary Soldiers that served in Concord Massachusetts.
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