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Woodlawn Cemetery was created on an old Libby family homestead and burial site that dates to the 18th century and contains over 3100 graves. It is maintained by the South Berwick Cemetery Association.
Portland Street Cemetery was established 1818 with funds from the will of Micajah Currier. Currier's tomb was the first to be placed there. Portland Street Cemetery now contains over 1400 graves.
Pleasant Hill Cemetery on Wadleigh Lane is an historic burying ground originally associated with the Great Works woolen mill on Brattle Street, and dates to at least the mid-1800s. It contains over 700 graves.
Overlooking Leigh's Mill Pond, Old Fields Burying Ground is one of South Berwick's oldest cemeteries, dating from the 1600s. Located on Vine Street, near Old Fields Road and Brattle Street the cemetery contains 341 graves.
Many South Berwick citizens of the 1800s and early 1900s have been laid to rest in this historic cemetery located in the heart of South Berwick Village. It contains over 160 graves.
In addition to the cemeteries listed above, there are over one hundred other cemeteries and burial sites in South Berwick. This is a list of each of these with its name, number of graves identified within it, and its location.
The list of the 900+ graves in the 100+ other cemeteries and burial sites in South Berwick