The Christ Church Cemetery or burial yard is directly to the rear of the church building. Most notable burials are Abraham Marland and family founders of the church in Andover. Marland founded Marland Mills Manufacturing Co. Benjamin H. Punchard, son-law-law of Marland who willed funds for establishing a Free High School for the Town in 1850. Hobart Clark, John Flint, John Derby, Nathan Frye, Cogswell family, Valpey family, local merchants and bankers and charter members of the church. Henry George Tyer founder of the Tyer Rubber Co. as his his son Horace H. Tyer is also interred here.
Many stones reflect the Victorian period in style. Marble, granite and sandstone markers are the most prevalent headstones.
|Place||Andover Center District|
|Historic District||Central Street NRH District|
|Historic Name||Christ Church Episcopal Cemetery|
|Source||ERDS, NERDL, style,|
|Map and parcel||55-35|
|Recorded by||Stack/Mofford, James S. Batchelder|
|Organization||Andover Preservation Commission|
|Date entered||Aug. 26, 2019|