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Workshop Cleaning Stones at The Immigrant Cemetery in Ipswich

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Immigrants Cemetery Ipswich MA

Looking forward to seeing you Saturday.

The Highland Annex Cemetery, better known as the Immigrants, Greek or Polish Cemetery, is located on Fowlers Lane in Ipswich. Take Town Farm Road just past the Locust Grove Cemetery, which will be on your immediate left, and turn right in about 1/4 mile on Fowler’s Lane. The small cemetery is a short distance straight ahead. From there the road curves left, and ends at the animal shelter and water processing plant. View at Google Maps.

This cemetery was used for the burial of immigrants to the town, from about 1913 until about 1939. Most came to Ipswich to work at the Ipswich Mills and the Brown Milll (on Brownville Ave.)

The grounds are about 100’ wide by 275’ deep. There is a small parking spot at the entrance to the grounds.

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