Gate, Lawrence Street
|Location||77 Knapp Ave.
|Nearest city||Lowell, Massachusetts|
|NRHP Reference #||98000543|
|Added to NRHP||May 20, 1998|
Lowell Cemetery is a cemetery located in Lowell, Massachusetts. Founded in 1841  and located on the banks of the Concord River, the cemetery is one of the oldest garden cemeteries in the nation, inspired by Mount Auburn Cemetery in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Many of Lowell's wealthy industrialists are buried here, under ornate Victorian tombstones.
Persons Buried Here
- Henry Livermore Abbott - Brevet Brigadier General in the Union Army during the American Civil War
- Charles Herbert Allen - Congressman; First US civilian governor of Puerto Rico
- Frederick Ayer - Industrialist; Co-Founder of the American Woolen Company
- James Cook Ayer - Patent Medicine tycoon
- Benjamin Dean - Congressman
- James B. Francis - Chief Engineer of Proprietors of Locks and Canals
- Frederic T. Greenhalge - United States Congressman and Governor of Massachusetts
- Chauncey Langdon Knapp - Congressman
- John Locke - Congressman
- John Jacob Rogers - Congressman
- Edith Norse Rogers - Congressman
- Augustin Thompson - Inventor of Moxie
- Paul Tsongas - United States Senator
- Tappan Wentworth - Congressman
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