Henry Cabot Lodge Jr.

Henry Cabot Lodge
Birth Name:
Henry Cabot Lodge Jr.
Birth Date:
July 5, 1902
Birth Place:
Nahant, Massachusetts
Death Date:
February 27, 1985
Place of Death:
Beverly, Massachusetts
Cause of Death:
Congestive heart failure
Cemetery Name:
Mount Auburn Cemetery
Claim to Fame:
Historical Figure
Henry Cabot Lodge Jr. was a United States Senator from Massachusetts and served as U.S. ambassador to South Vietnam 1963-64, 1965-67, to West Germany 1968-69; chief U.S. negotiator at Vietnam peace talks in Paris 1969; presidential emissary to The Vatican 1970-75. He was also the Republican nominee for Vice President under Richard Nixon in the 1960 Presidential election which went to John F. Kennedy.

Fun Fact

During the campaign for President, Richard Nixon was furious at Lodge for his speech in New York promising to name an African American to the cabinet, and accused him of spending too much time campaigning with minority groups, instead of the white majority (Nixon didn’t use those exact politically correct words though).

Cemetery Information:

Final Resting Place:

Mount Auburn Cemetery

580 Mt Auburn Street

Cambridge, Massachusetts, 02138


North America


Map of Mount Auburn Cemetery in Cambridge, Massachusetts
Map of Mount Auburn Cemetery in Cambridge, Massachusetts

Grave Location:

Oxalis Path, Lot 3613, Mausoleum 13, Site SH3613, Space 1

Grave Location Description

Using the Mount Auburn Map, drive towards the two lakes and park on the bridge on Rosebay Avenue. Facing the open-air mausoleum, walk towards the structure and turn left on Oxalis Path. The brown Cabot and Lodge family mausoleum is approximately 100 feet down the path along the hillside.

Grave Location GPS

42.3723195163, -71.1422657727



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