THE STONINGTON CEMETERY ASSOCIATION
The Stonington Cemetery Association was established in 1849 and continues to this day as an active non-sectarian cemetery open to all. Our historic grounds are located on a quiet scenic road outside the Borough of Stonington Stonington, CT. The Cemetery Associatin is a non-profit 301(c)13 organzation administered by a Board of Directors.
We encourage you to visit the grounds to enjoy the tranquility of our location, to explore historic grave markers, and to locate friends and loved ones buried here. These pages will help you find information on plot purchasing and arrange for burial services. We will also assist with locating burial records.
In 2018, we were awarded a listing on the National Register of Historic Places.
WE ARE AN ACTIVE CEMETERY.
If you are considering a purchase, please contact us by email at
or leave a voicemail at 860-535-1706 and we will return your call.
Please help us reach our goal of $30,000. Contributions make up over 25% of our annual operating budget and allow us to fund much needed restoration work.
Consider honoring a loved one by donating to the Stonington Cemetery Association. Gifts will be listed in our Fall newsletter. Join our mailing list by contacting us at the email address below.
Volume V of Tombstone Chronicles can be viewed here.
NEW BURIAL AREAS ARE AVAILABLE
One area is in the southeast corner in a quiet and seclude area in the Southeast Corner. Others are near the historic Phelps Mausoleum.
Please contact us if you are considering the
as a final resting place for you or a family member.
VETERAN GRAVE FLAGGING
If you would like your family flag to remain in place
during winter months, please contact us via our email address
or phone at 860-535-1706. If your family member is a veteran whose grave isn't flagged, please let us know.
If you'd like to help with our Memorial Day flagging
or our Veterans Day removal and storage,
please contact us via email or phone.
TOUR THE GROUNDS
We are happy to arrange a tour for individuals and/or groups
interested in learning more about our cemetery history.
Please contact us via the contact button on this site.