Join us for our

Annual Historical
Walking Tour

Saturday, October 6, 2012
at 9:30 AM


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The Cross and the Shamrock


Find out how the first generation of Irish pioneers
lived and died. The tour is free of charge.

Coffee and refreshments will be provided at 9:30 AM
next to the office area at the main gate entrance.


9:30 AM - Coffee & Refreshments
10:00 AM - Hibernians Dedication Ceremony
10:30 AM - Historical Walking Tour

Tour goes on rain or shine.
Wear comfortable walking shoes.

Meeting point for the tour is
at the Cemetery Office Building.




       Lt. Martin Patrick Murray
        of Lowell, MA. missing in action
        since October 27, 1943

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Lt. Martin Patrick Murray, 22, of Lowell went missing in action
along with 11 crew members after the B-24D Liberator he
was co-piloting failed to land on the island of New Guinea.

Born March 13, 1922, in Lowell, he was the son of the late
Martin A. and the late Katherine M. (Clancy) Murray,
and he was educated in local schools.
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Lt. Martin Patrick Murray was laid to rest on April 16, 2011
at St. Patrick Cemetery
in Lowell, Massachusetts with full military honors
including an Air Force flyover.
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Memorial Day 2012
Annual  Outdoor Memorial Day Mass

held outside our Chapel on

Monday, May 28, 2012 at 10:00 A.M.  


A Memorial Day
Ceremony and Celebration

Flowers and Decorations
In order to facilitate our mowing and maintenance program, all Memorial Day plants and grave decorations will be removed by the Cemetery on Monday Morning, June 4th.

Any lot owner desiring to remove plants and flowers from their OWN lot must do so prior to the morning of June 4th.

To remove plants and flowers from a lot without permission of the lot owner is prohibited.
The Cemetery will not be responsible for plants, flowers, or grave decorations stolen or removed, within its confines.