[This post originally had a crazy title, because I was thrilled about finding these materials. I’ve since toned it down for ease of linking and reading. -Renee]
Sorry. I know it is terrible netiquette to write in all caps, but I am so excited! While looking for an item that I had digitized, I stumbled across the MOST AMAZING FIND. Our glorious State of Maine has digitized maps of most of the cemeteries in Biddeford!
I KNOW, RIGHT!?
I believe that this now gives us all access to maps of all the large cemeteries in Biddeford. The State maps are WPA maps, and therefore dated, but something is better than nothing! And hopefully will help you get started. Click on the links below to access the maps. Enjoy!
WOODLAWN CEMETERY (*May show up as “Woodland” but will be fixed soon, it’s definitely Woodlawn.)
ST. MARY’S CEMETERY
ST. JOSEPH’S CEMETERY – MAP A
ST. JOSEPH’S CEMETERY – MAP B
ST. JOSEPH’S CEMETERY – MAP C
ST. JOSEPH’S CEMETERY – MAP D
ST. DEMETRIOS CEMETERY (Up to date, accessed via the Church website)
GREENWOOD CEMETERY – MAP A
GREENWOOD CEMETERY – MAP B
GREENWOOD CEMETERY – MAP C
4 thoughts on “Biddeford Cemetery Maps”
Hi David, can you send me an email address to reply to, rather than posting it here? Thanks!
Do you have a record of a Richard Gordon who died February 1878 buried in Greenwood cemetery? or either of his wives: Nancy (Ford) died 1834 or Mary (Seaver) who died after the 1870 census? The death record on Ancestry has Richard buried at Greenwood.
Any one in particular?
Thank you Renee. Now I need to get more history about cemetery.
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