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Rehoboth Historical Cemetery Number 29

There is a cemetery located on the South side of Brook Street across the street from the Hix Cemetery. It is behind a house and what are now animal stables. The burial lot consists only of a mound with six scattered field stones markers. None are marked. It has been assigned the 

Historical Cemetery Number 29.  There is no record of who may be buried there 

The yellow areas in both photographs are corn the nearby resident has scattered for wildlife.

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