Lindenwood Cemetery, Stoneham, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA


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Notes:
Lindenwood Cemetery was consecrated in May 1861. The Cemetery occupies the southern slope of a gentle elevation facing Montvale Avenue.

Lindenwood was artistically designed by Town Surveyor Amasa Farrier in 1861. The curved paths and ornamental plantings followed in most careful fashion well published works of English horticulturist John Claudius Loudon and American landscape gardener Andrew Jackson Downing, as well as the design of the 1832 Mt. Auburn Cemetery in Cambridge.

The Massachusetts Historical Commission refers to this cemetery in MACRIS as STN.801 Lindenwood Cemetery.

This cemetery is referred to as GR2 Lindenwood Cemetery in the "Vital Records of Stoneham Massachusetts to the end of the year 1849."

Latitude: 42.4827995, Longitude: -71.1089020


Headstones

 Thumb Description Status Location Name (Died/Buried)
John Ross & Lillian Vera (Noyes) Logan gravestone
John Ross & Lillian Vera (Noyes) Logan gravestone

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1904 JOHN R. 1983
WIFE
1899 VERA L. 1974

 
Located  Latitude: 42.4827995, Longitude: -71.1089020  LOGAN John Ross (d. 3 Apr 1983)
NOYES Lillian "Vera" (d. 23 Jan 1974)
 
John Ross & Lillian Vera (Noyes) Logan gravestone
John Ross & Lillian Vera (Noyes) Logan gravestone

[obverse]
LOGAN 
Located  Latitude: 42.4827995, Longitude: -71.1089020  LOGAN John Ross (d. 3 Apr 1983)
NOYES Lillian "Vera" (d. 23 Jan 1974)