List of interred by cemetery

Please note that the tour will highlight a selection of individuals in each cemetery.

Gifford-White-Cornell Cemetery, WSP.822 located at 417 Hix Bridge Road
Located at the Westport Rivers Vineyard and Winery, this cemetery includes Cornell family members, Giffords, William White and family, Jonee Sowle, and Sanford family members.

Cornell, Abraham
Cornell, Priscilla
Ann Eliza L. Gifford
Gifford, Ann White
Gifford, Ann S
Gifford, Leonard
Gifford, Samuel
Peckham, Infant
Cynthia White Gifford Sanford
Sanford, Reverend Philip
Sanford, Twin Daughter
Sowle, Jonee
White, Cynthia
White, Hannah
White, Lydia
White, William

Brownell-Handy Cemetery, WSP.858 located at 138 Adamsville Road
Located at the historic Oscar Palmer Farm, this cemetery includes stories about Dr. Handy and his family, members of the Brownell family including Abner Brownell (Westport’s Paul Revere).

Brownell, Abbie A
Brownell, Mrs. Abigail
Brownell, Abner War Veteran. War: Revolutionary (1775-1782)
Brownell, Abner
Brownell, Alice E
Brownell, Benjamin War Veteran. War: War of 1812 (1812-1815)
Brownell, Benjamin War Veteran. War: Revolutionary (1775-1782)
Brownell, Charles Henry
Brownell, Charlotte A
Brownell, Cynthia M
Brownell, Cynthia W
Brownell, Dorothy
Brownell, Elizabeth Sisson
Brownell, Esther
Brownell, Fallee
Brownell, Honorable Frederick
Brownell, Giles H
Brownell, Hannah A
Borden, Mrs Hannah
Brownell, Wilbour
Brownell, Hannah Crary
Brownell, Hannah
Brownell, Infant
Brownell, Jireh
Brownell, Maria Louisa
Brownell, Mary E
Brownell, Mary S
Brownell, Mary
Brownell, Honorable Nathan C
Brownell, Phebe
Brownell, Philip T
Brownell, Sarah D
Brownell, Sarah
Brownell, Sarah K
Brownell, Sarah
Brownell, William H
Handy, Eli
M.d., Eli Handy
Handy, Hannah
Handy, Hope W
Handy, Doctor James Hervy
Handy, Mary
Handy, Mira Ellet
Handy, Polly
Kirby, Edward B.
Kirby, Harriet Newell
Kirby, Henry Phillip
Kirby, Stephen P
Milk, John C
Milk, Phebe Brownell

Friends North Cemetery, WSP.810 located at 19 Main Road
Located adjacent to the former Westport High School, this cemetery includes burial sites of 174 Quakers, among them members of the Chace family, Gifford family, Howland family, Macomber family, and Earle family. The Friends North Meeting House once stood near this site.

B, I
B, R
Baker, Anstrus Anthony
Borden, Ruth D
C, E
Chace, Emily C
Chace, Israel
Chace, Nancy A Mosher
Chace, William L G
Crossman, Sarah
Cummings, Elizabeth S
Earle, Lydia C
Earle, Rebecca
Fay, Elbridge
Francis, Peace
Gifford, Abner
Gifford, Adam
Gifford, Barbara
Gifford, Caleb S
Gifford, Caroline
Cynthia Davol Booth Gifford
Gifford, David S
Gifford, Edward S
Gifford, Elihu
Gifford, Elizabeth Peckham
Gifford, Eunice
Gifford, Freelove
Gifford, Hannah P
Gifford, Hannah P
Gifford, Hannah P
Gifford, Hannah P
Gifford, Isaac
Gifford, John
Gifford, John A
Gifford, John Warren
Gifford, Mercy Slade
Gifford, Pardon
Gifford, Peace Howland
Gifford, Perry
Gifford, Rebecca
Gifford, Robert H
Gifford, Ruth
Gifford, Sarah Sowle
Gifford, Thankfull S
Howland, A
Howland, Humphrey D
Howland, J
Howland, Philip Ii
Howland, Rhoda Hathaway
Lake, Abby
Macomber, Abraham
Macomber, Annie
Macomber, Daniel
Macomber, Isaac
Macomber, Mary Gifford
Mosher, Daniel
Mosher, Edmond
Mosher, Olive
Peckham, Caroline Ann
Peckham, Elizabeth
Peckham, Hannah
Peckham, John
Peckham, Jonathan
Sherman, Frederick
T, P
Thomson, Abner
Thomson, Daniel W
Nancy H Gifford Thomson
White, L
White, Sophia

Friends Central, WSP.805 located at 930 Main Road
Located behind the Friends Meeting House on Main Road, this cemetery contains more than 100 burial sites including the graves of Paul Cuffe and his wife Alice Cuffe, Allen family members, Davis family members, Gifford family members, Macomber family members and Tripps.

Allen, Ann D
Allen, Frank C
Allen, Hannah B
Allen, Stephen
Allen, Stephen
Austin, Elizabeth
Bartlett, Sarah G Davis
Bosworth, Annie A
Bosworth, William H G
Chase, Deborah
Chase, Peleg
Cook, Abraham S
Cook, Annie M Gifford
Cook, James Gifford
Cuffe, Alice
Cuffe, Captain Paul
Davis, Adrian
Davis, Almira F
Davis, Benjamin
Davis, Esther M
Davis, Hanna M
Davis, Hannah
Davis, Infant
Davis, Infant
Davis, Martha G
Davis, Stephen G
Gifford, Abbie S
Gifford, Ada Ann
Gifford, Betsey
Gifford, Charles H
Gifford, Elizabeth A
Gifford, Ella R
Gifford, Eugenie M
Gifford, Frances
Gifford, George Hussey
Gifford, Gideon
Gifford, Grace F
Gifford, Hannah W
Gifford, Inez
Gifford, Isabel Lindsay
Gifford, James A
Gifford, Jane
Gifford, Joshua
Gifford, Lydia
Gifford, Martha
Gifford, Mary Austin
Gifford, Mary E
Gifford, Mase S
Gifford, Mercy
Gifford, Nancy J
Gifford, Nathaniel
Jr, Noah Gifford
Gifford, Noah
Gifford, Noah
Gifford, Olive B
Gifford, Rachel A
Robert A Gifford Jr
Gifford, Robert A
Gifford, Russell
Gifford, Sara A
Gifford, Sarah
Gifford, Stanley E
Gifford, William H
Gifford, William
Holmes, Alice F
Frank W Holmes Jr
Holmes, George R
Macomber, Abby G
Macomber, Alvah D
Macomber, Alvah
Macomber, Caleb
Macomber, Clarkson
Macomber, David
Macomber, Edward S
Macomber, Elizabeth
Macomber, Esther A
Macomber, Hannah S
Macomber, John
Macomber, Leonard
Macomber, Marianna
Macomber, Mary S
Macomber, Mary
Macomber, Mary
Macomber, Nathaniel
Macomber, Olive
Macomber, Samuel H
Macomber, Susanna
Nicholson, Joseph C
Potter, John
Potter, Rhoda
Sherman, Eliza W
Slade, Nathan
Slade, Phebe
Tripp, Asa
Tripp, Benjamin
Tripp, Cynthia
Tripp, Edmond
Tripp, Edmund
Tripp, Eliza A
Tripp, Lurana E
Tripp, Mary
Tripp, Nancy
Tripp, Sarah
Webster, Lydia M

Allen-Wilcox Cemetery, WSP.821 located at 1 Hav-a-look Lane
Offering a stunning view of the river, this small cemetery includes Allen family members (one of whom was swallowed by a whale!), Chaces, Cornells, Smiths and Wilcox family members.

Allen, Abbie W
Allen, Abner W
Anne Elizabeth Howland Allen
Allen, Ardelia D
Allen, Arthur Smith
Allen, Content H
Allen, Ella Anita Ruland
Allen, James
Allen, Job
Allen, John
Allen, Deacon John
Allen Iii, John
Allen, Lilley M
Allen, Mary Wait
Allen, Rosa B
Allen, Captain Timothy C
Allen, Timothy C
Chace, Caroline H
Chace, Philip T
Chace, Ruth
Chace, William W
Cornell, Ruth
Cornell, Stephen
Smith, Almira A
Smith, Edith Shaw
Smith, John H
Smith, Mary Waite Allen
Smith, Theophilus
Wilcox, Abner
Wilcox, Abner
Wilcox, Content H
Wilcox, Deborah C
Wilcox, Elizabeth C
Wilcox, Lavina

Tripp family cemetery, WSP. 836 located at 6 Fallon Drive
Threatened by development in the 1970s, this cemetery was saved by the town and members of the Tripp family. It contains about 30 burial sites, including Ebenezer Tripp, Cynthia Tripp, Otis Tripp and Sophia Tripp.

H, A
H, B
S, J P
S, R
S, R
S, S
T, A
T, C
T, C
T, E
T, E
T, H
T, J
T, J B
T, M
T, M
T, P
T, P
T., E.
T., S.
Tripp, Cynthia
Tripp, Otis
Tripp, Potter
Tripp, Sophia
Tripp, Susannah
Tripp, Unknown

Thompson Cemetery, WSP.896 located at 23 Reed Road
The Thompson family lived at the Head of Westport. This small cemetery includes Alvah Thompson, Ephraim Thompson, Lucy Thompson, and Lydia Chase Thompson.

Thompson, Alvah
Thompson, Ephraim
Thompson, Henry
Thompson, Judith
Thompson, Lucy
Thompson, Lucy
Thompson, Lydia Chase

Gifford-Richmond-Mosher Cemetery, WSP.816 located at 19 Reed Road
Set in a secluded location at the Head of Westport, this cemetery includes Giffords, Moshers, and the family of Dr. Thomas Richmond.

Devoll, Sylvia
G, L
Gifford, Elkanah
Gifford, Ellen F
Gifford, Esther M
Gifford, Isaac W
Gifford, Isabel Milk
Gifford, John War Veteran. War: Revolutionary (1775-1782)
Gifford, Leonard G
Gifford, Martha M
Gifford, Sarah Amanda
Gifford, Waity
Gifford, Zaccheus War Veteran. War: War of 1812 (1812-1815)
Lawler, Mary
Lawler, Willie
Little, Mary J
Mosher, Flora Allen
Mosher, Frederick E
Mosher, Frederick P
Mosher, Frederick P
Mosher, Jessie Clifton
Mosher, Mary M
Moulton, Frederick G
Richmond, Charles W
Richmond, Infant
2, Infant Richmond
3, Infant Richmond
Richmond, Mary Shearman
Richmond, Sophia S
Richmond, Dr. Thomas M
Tripp, Patience
Tripp, Rufus
Adeline R Mosher Willis

Charlotte White Cemetery, WSP.855 located at 8 Oak Ridge Lane
This cemetery tells the extraordinary story of a noted Native American healer Charlotte White and her mother Elizabeth White. Other unmarked graves may include Charlotte’s father, Zip White, who was enslaved by George White

White, Charlotte
White, Elizabeth

To learn more about each cemetery visit the database created for Westport’s historic private and public cemeteries: