The Old South Cemetery
The Old South Cemetery in Ipswich, MA was used from 1756 till 1939, with a few more recent burials. It sits at the southwestern end of the South Green, and has about 1000 interments. A walking trail extends down the slope to the River, continuing downstream to Sallys Pond near the Whipple House.
Visit the Old South Cemetery and view interments at the Ipswich Historical Commission site.
Take a virtual tour of the Old South Cemetery
Tombs for the Brown family and others at the Old South Cemetery in Ipswich.
A park at the top of Spring St. in Ipswich is named after Rev. Daniel Boone.
Francis Randall Appleton grave, Old South Cemetery in Ipswich
Fanny Appleton, beside the grave of Francis Randall Appleton
Perley Lakeman. Many of the families on the south side of town are buried here, including the Appletons, Browns, Lakeman and Kinsman families.
Entrance to the old South Cemetery in Ipswich, leading to a path that takes you along the Ipswich River.
Ducks and geese swim in the Ipswich River along the path that leads to the rear side of the Old South Cemetery in Ipswich