The Town of Danvers is home to many Veterans' Monuments, Cemeteries and Fields, in honor of those who trained for and served during the Revolutionary War, the Civil War, the Mexican American War, World Wars I & II, The Korean War, and the Vietnam War.
If you have any pictures or information you would like to add, please contact Danvers Veterans' Services. Utilize the following to read about the Town of Danvers Veterans' Cemeteries.
1789 Holten's Burying Ground
On Saturday, October 21, 2017, several Danvers Girls Scouts with the support of a recently formed Holten Cemetery Association Board, unveiled a new sign at the historic burial grounds at 131 Holten Street.
Porter's Burial Grounds
View a gallery of images relating to Porter's Burial Grounds.
Revolutionary War Unmarked Cemetery
Look over the Revolutionary War Unmarked Cemetery located at 126 Elliott Street (next to folly hill farm) in Danvers, Massachusetts.
Village Training Field
Defense was a prime necessity to the early settlers of Salem Village, and as early as 1671 the male inhabitants began meeting here for military drill.
Walnut Grove Cemetery
Walnut Grove Cemetery was established in May of 1843, on 14 acres of land in what was then called "North Danvers". The land was purchased from Judge Samuel Putnam. It was the first cemetery in Danvers to be designed as a memorial park. There are veterans of the Revolutionary War buried here as well as a number of veterans of the 2nd Mass Heavy Artillery and 17th Mass Infantry from the Civil War.
Wreath Sponsorship Form 2019 (PDF)
View the Wreath Sponsorship Form.