Granary Burying Ground

83-115 Tremont St.
Boston, MA 02108
617-635-4505

founded 1660






This is a partial listing of this cemetery. If you have relatives or know of someone buried here, you can submit it to me to be included on this site.




Submitted & © by: Peggy Smith



LAST NAME
FIRST NAME
BIRTH
DEATH
NOTES
Adams Samuel
9/27/1722
10/2/1803
Declaration of Independence Signer
Massachusetts Governor
s/o Samuel & Mary (Fifield) Adams
Cousin of Pres John Adams
Armstrong Samuel Turrell
4/29/1784
3/26/1850
6th Mayor of Boston
Attucks Crispus
1723
3/5/1770
Boston Massacre Victim
Bellingham Richard
1592
12/7/1672
Colonial Governor
s/o William & Frances Amcotts bellingham
h/o (1) Elizabeth Backhouse; (2) Penelope Pelham
Bowdoin James
8/7/1726
11/6/1790
h/o Elizabeth Etving Bowdoin
Cabot George
12/3/1952
4/18/1823
US Senator 1791 - 1796
Carr Patrick
 
3/5/1770
Victim of the Boston Massacre
Caldwell James
 
3/5/1770
Victim of the Boston Massacre
Cushing Thomas
3/24/1725
2/28/1788
Continental Congress 1774-1776
Cushion Elizabeth
1629
11/24/1689
 
Dummer William
1677
10/10/1761
marr Catherine Dudley in 1714
Colonial Governor
Endecott John
1588
3/15/1665
Colonial Governor
marker destroyed, exact place of burial not known.
Faneuil Peter
6/20/1700
3/3/1743
 
Goose Elizabeth "Mother" (Foster)
1665
1758
marr Isaac Goose in 1693
believed to be "Mother Goose"
Goose Susana
 
1687
age 15 months
s/o Mary Goose
Goose Mary
 
10/19/1690
age 42
w/o Isaac Goose
Gore Christopher
9/21/1758
3/1/1827
US Senator
Massachusetts Governor
Gray Samuel
1718
3/5/1770
Victim of the Boston Massacre
s/o Edward & Mary (Manchester) Gray
Hancock John
1/12/1737
10/8/1793
Signer of the Declaration of Independence
s/o John Hancock
marr Dorothy Quincy on 8/28/1775
Jackson Jonathan
6/4/1743
3/5/1810
Continental Congressman
Livermore Edward St. Loe
4/5/1762
9/15/1832
US Congressman
Maverick Samuel
 
3/5/1770
Victim of the Boston Massacre
age 17 yrs
Murray John, Rev.
12/10/1741
9/3/1815
 
Otis
James
2/5/1725
5/23/1783
Revolutionary War Patriot
Paine Robert Treat
3/11/1731
5/12/1814
Signer of the Declaration of Independence
s/o Thomas & Eunice (Treat) Paine
h/o Sarah Cobb Paine
Phillips John
11/26/1770
5/23/1823
1st Mayor of Boston
Phillips Wendell
1/29/1811
2/2/1884
Abolitionist, Lawyer, and Orator
Rawson Edward
4/16/1615
8/27/1693
Secretary of the Massachusetts Bay Colony
Revere
Paul
1/1/1735
5/10/1818
Revolutionary War Patriot
s/o Paul & Deborah (Hitchbourn) Revere
h/o (1) Sarah Orne; (2) Rachel Walker
See photo
Sewall Samuel E.
1652
1730
Printer, Merchant, Legislator, Judge, Chief Justice
s/o Henry & Jane (Dummer) Sewell
h/o (1) Hannah Quincy Hull; (2) Mary Shrimpton
Snider Christopher
1757
2/22/1770
age 12
First martyr to the cause of the American Revolution
Sumner Increase
11/27/1746
6/7/1799
Governor of Massachusetts 1797-1799




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