Hancock County, Maine
a service of
V. F. Thomas Co. - P. O. Box 55 - Bass Harbor, Maine 04653
firstname.lastname@example.org - 207-266-5748
(updated 13 September 2011)
Welcome to the Amherst Cemeteries web site. The purpose of this site is to provide basic cemetery information and pertinent notes so individual researchers will not have to “reinvent the wheel” by tracking down the same material that others have already found.
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mailed to “Amherst Cemeteries” at the address at the top of this page.
A little work by each of us will save a lot of work for all of us.
Below is an alphabetical list of Amherst’s cemeteries. Click on any name and you will be taken to an entry for that cemetery.
Aurora-Osborn Cemetery (Aurora Cemetary [sic] Road sign; cemetery in 2011)
Location. UTM: 19T 0552747, 4965897; Lat./Long.: N 44°50′40.3″ x W 68°19′57.2″
Directions. From the intersection of Routes 9 and 179, travel south on Route 179 approximately .4 miles to the intersection on the right with Aurora Cemetary [sic] Road. Turn right onto this road, and the cemetery is on the right in .2–.3 miles.
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Directions. From the town intersection of Routes 9 and 181, travel west on Route 9 _________ miles to the intersection on the left with MacDonald Road. Turn left onto MacDonald Road, and the cemetery is on the left in __________ miles.
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Mount Rest Cemetery (cemetery in 2011)
Other name(s). Amherst Cemetery (source: USGS 1957 15' topographic map, Great Pond quadrangle)
Location. North of Tannery Loop. UTM: 19T 0549057, 4965101; Lat./Long.: N 44°50′15.5″ x W 68°22′45.6″
Directions. From the intersection of Routes 9 and 181, go north on Tannery Loop (across Route 9 from Route 181), and the access road to/from the cemetery is on the right in .8–.9 miles. The access road dead ends at the cemetery in 0.1–0.2 miles.