Final Resting Place:
400 Essex Street
Grave Location:Lord Family Plot
Grave Location Description
Enter the cemetery on Capen Road in the new section of the cemetery. Drive straight ahead past the maintenance shed on your right and stop at the next intersection. Bradley Lord’s final resting place is to the left of the gate leading to the undeveloped area next to the large rock at the intersection.
Grave Location GPS42.48469148, -70.91094633
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