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IWALKED BOSTON’S KING’S CHAPEL BURYING GROUND – MARY CHILTON WINSLOW GRAVE
Overview of King’s Chapel Burying Ground: King’s Chapel is Boston’s oldest cemetery established in 1630. You may read more about the cemetery here.
How to find this grave: Enter the graveyard and take the path to the left. Make the 1st right and the Chilton-Winslow grave will be hidden behind the large tomb immediately off towards your right.
What you’ll see at the Mary Chilton Winslow Grave: Just next to Deacon William Paddy’s marker is a tiny stone belonging to Mary (Chilton) Winslow. Mary was the first European woman to disembark the Mayflower when it arrived in Plymouth in 1620.  She was only twelve years old at the time of the ship’s arrival and she was actually only one of thirty females who survived the overseas voyage. Unfortunately Mary’s father did not survive and passed away on the journey.

Website: http://www.thefreedomtrail.org/visitor/kings-burying.html
Address: 58 Tremont Street, Boston, MA (Address is approximate)
Cost: Free
IWalked Audio Tours To See This Site: Boston’s North Downtown; Boston’s Crimes & Haunts Tour. (Purchase the MP3 tour here. iPhone application tour is available here. Please note, all Boston tours are now available as in-app purchases upon download of our FREEBoston Lite application, which includes a free 1 hour tour of a portion of Downtown.)

IWALKED BOSTON’S KING’S CHAPEL BURYING GROUND – MARY CHILTON WINSLOW GRAVE

Overview of King’s Chapel Burying Ground: King’s Chapel is Boston’s oldest cemetery established in 1630. You may read more about the cemetery here.

How to find this grave: Enter the graveyard and take the path to the left. Make the 1st right and the Chilton-Winslow grave will be hidden behind the large tomb immediately off towards your right.

What you’ll see at the Mary Chilton Winslow Grave: Just next to Deacon William Paddy’s marker is a tiny stone belonging to Mary (Chilton) Winslow. Mary was the first European woman to disembark the Mayflower when it arrived in Plymouth in 1620.  She was only twelve years old at the time of the ship’s arrival and she was actually only one of thirty females who survived the overseas voyage. Unfortunately Mary’s father did not survive and passed away on the journey.

Website: http://www.thefreedomtrail.org/visitor/kings-burying.html

Address58 Tremont Street, Boston, MA (Address is approximate)

CostFree

IWalked Audio Tours To See This SiteBoston’s North Downtown; Boston’s Crimes & Haunts Tour. (Purchase the MP3 tour here. iPhone application tour is available here. Please note, all Boston tours are now available as in-app purchases upon download of our FREEBoston Lite application, which includes a free 1 hour tour of a portion of Downtown.)