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Coggeshall Cemetery

Coggeshall Ave

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Fort Adams Cemetery

Lincoln Rd, Ft Adams Park

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Clifton Burial Ground

Golden Hill St

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Coddington Cemetery

Coddington burial ground is the oldest cemetery in Newport and includes more Colonial Governors than any other cemetery in the state, including one of Newport’s founders William Coddington.

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John Clarke Burial Ground

Dr Marcus Wheatland Blvd

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Common Burial Ground

Established in 1640 this historic cemetery is thought to include the largest number of colonial era headstones in a single cemetery. The section known as “God’s Little Acre” has been recognized as having the oldest and largest surviving collection of markers of enslaved and free Africans.

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Braman Cemetery

15 Ft W of Farewell St

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North Burial Ground

North Cemetery – 15ft W of Farewell St

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Judge Anthony Wilbur Lot

End of Wilbur Ave.

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