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Old North Cemetery, Truro

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Old North Cemetery
Truro, Massachusetts 02666
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Old North Cemetery, Truro
Coordinates: 42.0238971, -70.0736225
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About Old North Cemetery
The Old North Cemetery is the oldest cemetery in Truro. The cemetery, formerly the Old North Graveyard, was established in 1713 on the Hill of Storms where the first church in Truro was built in 1709. It remained the town’s only cemetery until 1799 when the Pine Grove Cemetery was established. Old North is on US-6 between Aldrich Road and South Highland Road. Many individuals associated with Truro’s early development are buried here, as are ship’s captains. When originally laid out, the cemetery was about 3 acres in size; it was expanded in 1926 and again in 1974 and is now 5.8 acres. The oldest part of the cemetery is its northernmost section, abutting Aldrich Road.
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