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Easthampton, Massachusetts Town Index

There are currently no pages for Easthampton here at this time. I may offer a page on the history of Easthampton in the future, but at this time we only have a small photo gallery for Easthampton. Easthapton was carved out of Northampton and was part of Northampton until Easthampton was established in 1785. My particular interest in this town is the Clapp/Clap Family. During my trip to New England I visited Easthampton for the sole purpose of visiting the graves of my 5th great grandparents, Aaron Clapp and his wife Jemima Bartlett Clapp.

You can read more about the Clapp families here.

The roads into Easthampton are beautiful! Nestled in the mountains Easthampton appeared to be a fairly small town and fairly rural. It looked quite charming. The beautiful landscapes are fairly untouched so it was easy to imagine the landscapes my ancestors saw every day.

The majority of photographs I took in Easthampton, were taken at the Main Street Cemetery. The Main Street Cemetery is small and had I not had the intersection it was located at programmed into my GPS, I might have missed it. There are no signs that provide a name for the cemetery. There are back metal gates at the entrances.

Below are links to the galleries of photographs taken in Easthampton. The majority of photos were taken at The Main Street Cemetery.

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