Cemeteries of Holyoke

There are many cemeteries in Holyoke, Chicopee and South Hadley that are strongly connected with the history of Holyoke. I have given indoor presentations on the history of burial grounds in South Hadley and Holyoke.

1 – Elmwood Cemetery

2 – Saint Jerome Cemetery

3 – Forestdale Cemetery

4 – Smith’s Ferry Cemetery

5 – Calvary Cemetery

6 – Rock Valley Cemetery

7 – Notre Dame Cemetery

8 – Mater Dolorosa Cemetery

9 – Forestdale West Cemetery

10 – Precious Blood Cemetery

11 – Sons of Zion Cemetery

12 – Mont Marie Cemetery

13 – Calvary Cemetery of the Sisters of Providence

14 – Saint Jerome Churchyard

15 – Saint Rose Cemetery (at this link scroll now to the middle)

16 – Rodphey Sholom Cemetery

defunct cemeteries of Holyoke

Congregational Cemetery of Holyoke

see stops 1, 4, and 8 at the Forestdale Cemetery LINK

The cemetery was moved in 1888 mostly into Forestdale.

Precious Blood Churchyard

see stop 2 at this Precious Blood Cemetery LINK

Our Lady of the Holy Rosary Churchyard

see stop 1 at this Calvary Cemetery LINK

Depot Hill Native American Burial Grounds

61 Native Americans were found buried on Depot Hill. 59 were found within a three year span from 1868 to 1870.