Some of the Indians were first buried on land owned by Robert Howes.
When it was proposed to use the land for salt works, it so grieved Cato, whose wife was an Indian, the bodies were disinterred and buried with others on a hillside near Long Pond. A monument marks the spot.
Gideon Gray Cemetery
Dinah's Pond, South Yarmouth
Eldridge Smallpox Cemetery
North Dennis Road, Yarmouth Port
Isaac Matthews died of smallpox in 1796.
John Eldredge died of smallpox in 1797.
Two other graves, marked "E.T." and "S.T.", were located in 1906.
Taylor Hall Smallpox Cemetery
Union Street, Yarmouth Port
Both graves mark bodies that died from the disease