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The Pelham Hill Cemetery is located at the intersection of US-202 and Amherst Road in Pelham, Massachusetts (Hampshire County).
The Pelham Hill Cemetery was established in 1739, and it is no longer active. The stone wall around the burial ground was constructed in 1830. It sits next to the Town Hall, which is the oldest town hall that has been in continuous use in the United States. Most of the gravestones in this cemetery are simple fieldstone monuments that have no inscriptions. However, there are a few gravestones with names, dates, epitaphs, and symbols carved on them. Although most of the gravestones have been damaged, the cemetery grounds are very well maintained.
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