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Bocce on the Beach at Low Tide event to be held on August 22nd, 2015: Start Time, 9:30AM.

The sixth annual Fundraising Activity promoted through RMBGRC.org is our “Bocce on the Beach at Low Tide” event. This year’s event is happening on Saturday, August 22nd, 2015, with a rain date of Sunday, August 23rd, 2015. Registration for the event will take place from 8:15AM-9:15AM, start time will be at 9:30AM. The official Funds will benefit the restoration of the Rumney Marsh Burial Ground. Click here for the registration form!

Should you require additional info, please contact us by phone (781-286-8119) or email.

Great turnout this year! Here are some images from the event:

Images are courtesy of Joe Siciliano, photographer www.RevereBeach.com

Check out more of photos from the event at: https://www.facebook.com/RevereBeach

Emancpiation Proclamation Ceremony

On April 13th 2013, the RMBGRC will be conducting a ceremony recognizing the Sequincentenial (150 years) Anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation. We will invite the public and all citizens of Revere, MA to join us as we place two Markers to identify the burial area where 13 slaves are buried along the north wall of the Rumney Marsh Burial Ground. Two informational tablets will be unveiled with the name of the 13 slaves interterred in the burial ground.

 

You can find more information at MA150.org.

This weekend’s turnout for the Civil War event was amazing! Below is an image gallery from the event:

Rumney Marsh Burying Ground: Civil War Commemoration
Photos Courtesy of Ira Novoselsky.
 


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Saturday, May 28th, 2011:

The City of Revere, through the efforts of the Rumney Marsh Burial Grounds Renovation Committee, marked the 150th anniversary of the Civil War at the historic Rumney Marsh Burial Grounds complete with Civil War re-enactors from the 9th Mass. Battery of the Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War under the command of Commander George Maple.

The Rumney Marsh Burial Ground has over ten Civil War soldiers, including Revolutionary and slaves buried. The Civil War dead have a special place in this cemetery that the city and residents have given a rebirth with a major cleanup and complete renovations.

Events to mark various historical moments during the war; include the firing on Ft. Sumter to the Battle of Gettysburg and the address to the surrender of Confederate States of America at Appomattox Court House, just to name a few.

From Boston.com: “Deep in a quiet residential neighborhood yesterday, Civil War re-enactors carrying muskets stood by in a leafy, well-tended burial ground as police officers fired a rifle salute honoring local veterans, some of whom fought before the Revolutionary War.” To see the rest of the article, click here.

Bocce on the Beach at Low Tide event to be held on  August 20th, 2011.

 

The second annual Fundraising Activity promoted through RMBGRC.org is our “Bocce on the Beach at Low Tide” event. This year’s event is on August 20th, 2011. Funds will benefit the restoration of the Rumney Marsh Burial Ground. Click here for the registration form.

More details soon to follow! Here are some photos from last year’s event:

Welcome to Rumney Marsh Burial Ground Renovation Committee.org. We will have more updates to follow including fundraising events, social networking updates and historical information/programs about the Burial Ground.

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