Jaffrey has six publicly owned cemeteries. The earliest is The Old Burying Ground, behind the Meetinghouse. The largest is Conant Cemetery, close to downtown Jaffrey. Phillips-Heil is in the western part of town, off Fitzwilliam Road. Cutter Cemetery, on Harkness Road, is at the east end of Jaffrey Center Villiage. The Villiage Cemetery, off Turpike Road near the Post Office is still maintained and accessible but is no longer accepting burials. The tiny Smallpox Cemetery is on a hill-top above Route 202. The one private cemetery in Jaffrey is St. Patrick Cemetery on Route 202 at Hillcrest Road.

For more information on this cememteries click on their names above or on their locations on the map below.

Map of Six Cemeteries


Databases A database exists for each cememtery. These list and locate gravesites and include inscriptions on monuments. Some of the databases are accessible on the web, others are provided in Excel spreadsheets.

The Old Burying Ground
Conant Cemetery
Phillips-Heil Cemetery
Cutter Cemetery
Village Cemetery
Smallpox Cemetery
St. Patrick Cemetery

A guide to the public cemeteries of Jaffrey
Brochure 2006

Download the brochure here.
Cemetery Brochure

Links. Jaffrey's Cemetery Rules & Regulations may be found on the Town of Jaffrey website. Also, there are past Annual Town Reports which include the report of the Cemetery Committee.

Old Burying Ground Link