Established in 1740, this beautiful, one-acre cemetery is the final resting place for members of the Towne, Easty, Cummings, Porter, and Batchelder families.
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More About South Side Cemetery
Set back from Rowley Bridge Road is the one-acre South Side Cemetery. The first land was deeded by Joseph Herrick in 1740, and increased with a gift from the Cummings family in 1814. Buried here are members of the Towne, Easty, Cummings, Porter, and Batchelder families.