About Plymouth Notch Cemetery – History & Location

The Plymouth Notch Cemetery in Plymouth Notch, Vermont, is noted as the burial place for 30th President of the United States Calvin Coolidge, as well as his wife Grace, children (Calvin Coolidge, Jr. 1908–1924, John Coolidge 1906–2000), and other members of the Coolidge family.

Other notable burials include Howard E. Armstrong, who served as Secretary of State of Vermont from 1949 to 1965 and abolitionist Achsa W. Sprague.

Established pre-1800[1]
Country United States
Coordinates 43°31′52″N 72°43′24″W
Type Historic site
Owned by town of Plymouth
No. of graves ~1,000
Website President Calvin Coolidge Historic Site
Find a Grave Plymouth Notch Cemetery
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