Puritan Lawn Memorial Park is one of the most beautiful properties in Massachusetts, located a short distance north of Boston. Peabody is a historic community nestled on the banks of Lake Suntaug, and is one of the oldest cemeteries along the eastern seaboard.
Puritan Lawn Memorial Park is unique in that it is a naturally beautiful and maintained landscape, with no upright monuments, tombs or gravestones to interrupt the natural flora of the area. Instead, the 140-acre property extends through lush pine groves and alongside ponds utilizes flush-to-ground bronze memorials to mark the final resting place of loved ones.
The property of Puritan Lawn Memorial Park formerly belonged to John Pierce, vice-president of the American Radiator Company in Chicago. Purchased in the early 1930s, Puritan Lawn Memorial Park offers a rich heritage as one of the oldest estates dating from the 17th century. Staff at Puritan Lawn Memorial Park take pride in offering a final resting place for loved ones that looks more like a park or estate than a cemetery property.
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