Dry Pond Cemetery, Stoughton

About Dry Pond Cemetery, Stoughton

The Dry Pond Cemetery is still active and contains burials of Lucius Clapp the well-known benefactor to the town, and his neighbors, Revolutionary War veterans like Prisoner of War Lemuel Smith, who walked back to Stoughton after being in a British controlled jail in New York City for a year. Dry Pond Cemetery also is the last resting place of Stoughton Fire Department hero the late Victor C. Melendy who perished January 28, 1995.


1394 Bay Rd, Stoughton, MA 02072

Open Daily 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.