Chicopee Street Burial Ground

The Chicopee Street Burial Ground is the oldest cemetery within the borders of the city of Chicopee. Any burials before this cemetery was made had to use the cemeteries that are within the borders of Springfield.

Cemeteries of Chicopee

August 28 1913 HTT article

Chester Chapin’s father was buried in the mausoleum – see FINDAGRAVE. The mausoleum has Tiffany mosaics and bronze doors from the Mosman foundry.

Within this cemetery are 23 burials taken from the Pine Grove Cemetery of Chicopee and South Hadley.

The Chicopee Street Schoolhouse from 1846 is across the street.

The First Congregational Church (1824) and Parsonage (1829) are a half mile to the north. The Reverend John McKinstry home is on McKinstry Avenue.

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