The Chester Village Cemetery in Chester, New Hampshire is one of the oldest in the state. Buried in the cemetery are two New Hampshire governors, a chief justice of the New Hampshire Supreme Court and the clock maker Isaac Blasdel.
The cemetery was founded in 1751 and is located in the town center of Chester. The 2.5 acre site lies in the eastern corner of the NH Route 121 and NH Route 102 junction. The side of the cemetery abutting NH Route 121 is the “Revolutionary Quarter” with graves dating from the revolutionary war and colonial periods.The works of two prominent local stone carvers Stephen and Abel Webster are in evidence here.