Butchie Doe

Birth Name:
Arthur L. Doe Jr.
Birth Date:
April 26, 1959
Birth Place:
Charlestown, Massachusetts
Death Date:
June 7, 2018
Place of Death:
Wakefield, Massachusetts
Cause of Death:
Cemetery Name:
Pine Haven Cemetery
Claim to Fame:
Crime and their Victims
Arthur "Butchie" Doe was one of the most hated mobsters in all of Boston Mob history. Suspected in 3 murders he also survived 4 attempts on his life. Prone to bouts of unspeakable violence, he worked with a team of Charlestown townies and they would rob banks all over Boston. Known to screw over his own crew, he shot one individual to death so he didn’t have to share the spoils of a bank robbery.

Cemetery Information:

Final Resting Place:

Pine Haven Cemetery

84 Bedford Street

Burlington, Massachusetts, 01803


North America

Grave Location:

Plot 376

Grave Location Description

Drive into the entrance of the cemetery and stay to the left. The first section is for military and Butchie Doe can be found in the second section on the left, six rows from the road in the center of the small section in Grave #376.

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