Please refer to the Provincetown Encyclopedia.
Smallpox Cemetery. The most touching place in the Province Lands is the Smallpox Cemetery, not far east of Bound F, Continue reading
Alden Street Cemetery | Cemetery No. 2 | Town Cemetery. Not to be morbid about it, but the dead easily Continue reading
John O. Anderson (1956-2003). Under an epitaph derived from Madonna’s 2003 Nothing Fails, Anderson is buried together with Dr. Greg Continue reading
Elise Asher (1912-2004). Asher, who lived in New York, was a painter and poet of some consequence herself who was Continue reading
Salome Atkins (1805-1838). Mrs. Atkins was the wife of Isaiah Atkins. She died at age 33, and is buried in Continue reading
Ida Perie Avellar (1894-1931). Under the Sacred Heart of Jesus — in flames, encircled by a crown of thorns, and Continue reading
Rosilla Bangs (1823-1908). Only one person was killed during the construction of the Pilgrim Monument. Unhappily, it was 85-year-old Rosilla Continue reading