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Cemetery List


Some of our larger cemeteries are well known, but others are largely forgotten. Note that the “Number” refers to the location numbers on our Cemetery Map.

This list also contains the Marston Cemetery in Fryeburg, Maine, which is located off Route 5/113 near the airport.

CEMETERY

Number

DESCRIPTION

MAINTAINED BY

Banfill

29

At the top of Tasker Hill Road, take a left. Continue on Allard Hill Road to Modock Hill. The Cemetery is on the right.

 

Burbank

6

East Conway Road at 1.3 miles from Route 302, on the right side.

 

Bean

4

Also called Deering was given one acre by the town on 4 June, 1801 by Ebenezer Bean. C1807. Located at West Side Road and Dandiview Road.

Town

Catholic

16

Route 16 just north of Friendly's Restaurant.

Association

Center Conway

8

1810. On Route 302 across from Conway Rec. Center

Association

Chadbourn

40

In South Conway it is about fifty yards north of the entrance to an abandoned road and about a hundred feet into the woods. It is badly overgrown and it is almost impossible to see.

 

Conway Village

24

In Conway Village off Washington Street/West Side Road.

Association

Davis Hill

31

In South Conway, surrounded by a rectangular wall of granite slabs and contains twelve stones representing sixteen people.

 

Dennett has not been entered

 

In South Conway, the military monument of Mark Winburn Dennett is in the extreme southeastern section of South Conway across the Old Brownfield Road. Most family members are buried in Maine.

 

Dinsmore1 has not been entered

3

Route 16A Intervale. c1799
Also called Densmore

Private

Dinsmore2 has not been entered

13

West Side Road

Association

Dolloff or Harriman

45

In Eaton, also called Harriman take the sharp corner in the center of Eaton. Pass Rock House Mt. Farm go one and one-half miles from the center of Eaton. Cemetery is on the right.

Private

Dolloff

27

Off Dolloff Pond Road on Eaton Road

 

Dolloff Hill Road

 

Dolloff Hill Road is across from Stark Road. Cemetery is on the north side on a hillside.

 

Drew

30

Colby Drew

 

Eaton

35

In South Conway, a family lot occupies a raised mound surrounded by granite slabs, a few hundred feet north of the Brownfield Road on an old logging trail. It is about one-third of a mile west of the state line.

 

Garland has not been entered

22

 

 

Gile

 

Modock Hill, Madison/Conway Town Line

 

Goshen

34

see Sterling

 

Green Hill

5

Green Hill Cemetery is on the left at the beginning of Green Hill Road. C1813

Association

Hale has not been entered

17

Joseph

Private

Hale

18

Matthew Hale Cemetery is located two miles up West Side Road on the left between the road and the railroad tracks this side of the cross farm.

Private

Russel/Hale has not been entered

20
21

About 1.5 miles up West Side Road, on the right across from Sidetrack, before Eastern Slope Farm. 
Consists of sections: Shackford, Hale.  Russell & Hill

Private

Hamilton

38

In South Conway at the end of Potter Road; there are about fifteen graves here.

Private

Harriman

 

See Dolloff

 

Hart has not been entered

12

Also called Runmels. Field stone markers

 

Hatch, Calvin

32

In South Conway, the Calvin Hatch Cemetery is an eighth of a mile south of the Davis Hill Cemetery. It contains eight headstones, at least two of which are only memorials, and an eight-foot obelisk.

 

Hatch, Otis

42

In South Conway, the Otis Hatch Cemetery containing the graves of Otis and Sarah Hatch, can be found at the top of Crown Hill, turn right and stop short of the first house. Fifty or more yards into the woods on the left/south, the two stones are bordered by granite posts.

 

Hatch, Ephraim

44

In South Conway, on top of Birch Hill, the headstones of this cemetery have all been replaced by a single stone bearing a bronze plaque with the names and dates consolidated.

Private

Howard has not been entered

47

Marion Howard. Off West Side Road near Cliffside Restaurant.

Private

Kearsarge

10

Easterly side of Kearsarge Road, North Conway

Association

Keith

25

Also called Cemetery #25. A single grave on Cove camp Road less than a half mile from Stark Road on the right. No fence. One marker

 

Littlefield

41

In South Conway, the Clark-Littlefield Cemetery is just beyond the Harris Littlefield house and is enclosed by granite posts and iron pipes.

Private

Long

37

In South Conway, take a right at the fork, one-half mile beyond the Potter Cemetery, on the left, a few yards beyond the fork, and is encased in a fieldstone wall. Most headstones have been smashed.

 

Looney

28

At the end of Potter Road

 

Lucy

11

Across from the Lucy Farm on West Side Road, on the knoll in back of the tennis courts.

Private

Meeting House Hill

1

Rte 302 goes over this cemetery, near the new police station. This is the oldest in Conway. C1778. The original graves were relocated to Ctr. Conway and North Conway.

Town of Conway

Merrill

23

Route 16 Conway located on a knoll, hidden by bushes a bit north of the Motel and old route 16, across from Merrill Farm.

Private

North Conway

2

Route 16, c1800

Association

Osgood

7

Also called Emerson or Thoms. Between Center Conway and the state line, on the left set back, but can be seen from the road.

Association

Perkins

39

In South Conway on the right at the new end of Baird Hill Road, and enjoys the best view of any in South Conway.

Private

Potter

36

In South Conway, just over a mile from the entrance to Potter Road on the west edge of the road, on the South Conway-Eaton town boundary.

Private

Sparhawk

19

Off West Side Road near the railroad crossing by the Cross Farm. In total ruin, the information was obtained from rubbings which were made.

 

Stark

26

Stark Road nearly 2 miles from Rt 113 on the right. This cemetery is in very bad condition heavily damaged by equipment from the road crews in 1982.

 

St. Margaret's

 

Cemetery consists of memorial plates located behind the church on Pleasant Street.

 

Sterling

34

In South Conway, sometimes called Goshen Cemetery, it is South Conway's oldest and largest cemetery and is located on the west side of Gulf Road, one-third of a mile from Brownfield Road. It contains the original settlers of Goshen and Hugh Sterling of Rogers' Rangers fame was buried here in 1800.

Town

Thompson has not been entered

14

Edith James' Farm off West Side Road

Private

Wakefield

33

In South Conway it is a small, tumbledown cemetery a hundred feet or more into the woods north of the Brownfield Road, three hundred yards west of the beginning of the Baird Hill Road.

Private

Wentworth

9

East Conway Road, on right near Deschombeault farm and can be seen from the road.

 

Willey

15

In Intervale off Route 16 south of the Scenic Vista.

Private