Kinne Cemetery (Glasgo Cemetery; Old Kinne Burying Ground) is a historic cemetery in Jarvis Road in Griswold, Connecticut.
It was founded in 1713 and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2001.
1747 stone: Gravestones within the cemetery range from early colonial days to turn of the 20th century, and mark the resting places of veterans of colonial, revolutionary and civil wars.
The cemetery sits on two land parcels purchased by founding fathers Joseph and Thomas Kinne. Each is buried on their own property. A third family cemetery, on land purchased by Samuel Kinne is located nearby in Voluntown, CT.
Ecclesiastical stone: At least 7 colonial era carvers can be easily recognized on the Kinne Burial Grounds
1792 Gravestone. The cemetery sits behind the millrace at Jarvis Rd., in the village of Glasgo in Griswold, CT. It requires a bit of a hike through brush, or can be accessed with permission via private property.
Ruins of an old mill sit adjacent to the cemetery, once powered by the creek.