Background

The early surveys were done by Dorothy Eldeen and Patsy Heath Caswell. Click here for a background on Springfield cemeteries.

CemeteryGraves
Fowlertown Cemetery 
Almira Fowler
Hannah Fowler
Lowel Fowler
Moses Fowler
Sally Fowler
Hill Dale Cemetery List
Barden CemeteryAmy Barden
Charley Barden
Clothilda Barden
Davis Cemetery NH Rte 114Ephraim Davis & Almira Stinson
James M. Davis
Charles H. Davis
Mary Ella Davis
Sarah Cross
Collins/Dutchman Pond Cemetery
Survey Page 1 
Survey Page 2 
People known buried at Dutchman/Collins Cemetery
Eros Collins
L. P. Collins
Henry Collins
Alice Collins (or Addison) stone between Collins & Addison plots
John Collins, Revolutionary War Veteran (stone not located)
5 unknown stones in Collins plot
John Addison
Hanna Addison
Hanna Addison (daughter)
Alice Addison (or Collins) stone between Collins & Addison plots
1 unknown stone in Addison plot
2 unknown stones in a separate plot
Messer CemeteryPhineas and Lois Messer
Mary C. Messer
Jacob Messer
Mary E.W. Burpee Messer
Jacob Messer
John Messer
Anthony Messer
Melvin Messer
Ervin P. Messer, Jr.
Sylvester Bowman Messer
Mary Ann Bowman Messer
Phineas Messer
Charles C. Messer, MD
Private Property Graves John F. Currier
Stephen Heseltine
Star Lake Cemetery
Old Pleasant View Cemetery ListingsThe cemetery material is not complete yet.
If you know of a relative who should be there and do not find the name on the list,
please contact the Springfield Historical Society.
List of Revolutionary War Soldiers 2010

Is This a Cemetery from Long Ago? If so, who is buried there? Dorothy and Dick Eldeen had once lived near this site in Springfield, and we decided it should be surveyed. It is located three hundred feet from the corner of the Bog Road and the Old Grantham Road, on the left side, past a culvert. Forty feet over the stone wall is a mound of stones placed in a rectangle approximately 10 x 11 feet. Most of the stones look like ordinary granite stones.