The Friends of Center Cemetery, Inc. of East Hartford, Connecticut is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization incorporated November 8, 1989 to promote and preserve this historic town cemetery which was authorized in 1709 as Hartford’s second burying ground. A limited number of plots are available for purchase. Cedar Hill Cemetery 453 Fairfield Ave , Hartford, CT 06114 Spring Grove Cemetery 2035 Main St , Hartford, CT 06120 Hartford’s facilities range from large parks like Bushnell, Pope, Keney, Colt and Goodwin to small neighborhood parks and greens like Campfield Green and Franklin Square Park. Cemeteries in Hartford on It was designed by landscape architect Jacob Weidenmann (1829–1893) who also designed Hartford's Bushnell Park.Its first sections were completed in 1866 and the first burial took place on July 17, 1866. Cemetery rules and regulations booklet lists general guidelines, sale and care of lots, planting, interments, cemetery traffic, erection of memorials, and veterans lots. Cedar Hill Cemetery in Hartford, Connecticut is located at 453 Fairfield Avenue. See reviews, photos, directions, phone numbers and more for the best Cemeteries in Hartford, CT. Cemetery records published here (30,306) were acquired from Hartford County, CT cemeteries, churches, municipalities, associations and genealogists specifically for family history and local history research. Our Cemeteries Please click on a location below for additional details All Saints Cemetery Charles Grzywacz, Manager 700 Middletown Avenue North Haven, CT 06473 (203) 239-2557 Calvary Cemetery Hartford has 46 parks and parkettes, plus five cemeteries, totaling 2,259.5 acres. Only veterans who are or were residents of West Hartford are eligible to purchase plots for themselves and their spouses on a pre-needed basis.