Hanover Center Cemetery
The Hanover Center Cemetery was established in 1727 on land that was actually granted to the Town from Scituate. This is the main cemetery used in the Town of Hanover as it hosts around 6,700 memorials.
- Located at 41 Main Street. You may access the cemetery from Silver Street.
- Additional information.
The Union Cemetery was founded in 1789 and is located on Webster Street across from Jacob’s Pond. There are about 640 memorials within this cemetery, the oldest of these being from 1790.
- Located on Webster Street across from Jacob's Pond.
- Parking is available nearby.
The Darling Cemetery can be found at the end of the Greenway Trail in West Hanover. It can also be accessed from a public dirt road at the dead-end of Circuit Street between houses 959 and 969. This cemetery was established in 1829 but has recently been restored by the Town of Hanover.
- Located off of Circuit Street.
- No parking lot access.