Wonderful display of bluebells and other Spring bulbs.
Boston Cemetery is registered under the Historic Buildings and Ancient Monuments Act 1953 within the Register of Historic Parks and Gardens by Historic England for its special historic interest.
Kelly's Directory of Lincolnshire 1919 states :-
"Boston Cemetery, laid out in 1855, is 1 mile north from the town, and stands by the side of Maud Foster drain, on one of the roads leading to Horncastle :
it consists of 12 acres of land, divided by a broad gravel walk into two portions, that on the south being consecrated, and that on the north being set apart for the use of Catholics and Dissenters :
there are two mortuary chapels, erected in the same year, and a lodge at the entrance, built off red brick:
in I885 an additional piece of ground, west of the cemetery, amounting to 7a. 1r. 23p. was added, and consecrated in October by the Rt. Rev. Edw. King D.D. Bishop of Lincoln 1885-1910:
the cemetery is under the control of the Corporation"
DB 1 May 2019