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<b><font color=brown size=3>King's Chapel Cemetery</b></font>
Established in 1630. For 30 years the Burying Ground was Boston proper's only burying place. Some of the most prominent citizens of Massachusetts Bay Colony are buried here: the Colony's first governor, John Winthrop; William Dawes, Jr.,who rode with Paul Revere to Lexington and Concord; and the first woman to step off the Mayflower in Plymouth Colony, Mary Chilton.
Address: Tremont and School Streets.
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