New
Windham County Resources

 

Echoes in the Forest: The Family History Supplement to the History of Stratton, Vermont , by D.K. Young (Published by the Town of Stratton, 2000).

This book "addresses the majority of Stratton's inhabitants from its beginnings to the early part of the twentieth century… This supplement was compiled from: Stratton's vital records, land records, its records and land records, also data from Vermont's and Massachusett's vital records, family histories, published genealogies, and Massachusettts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War."

Families are arranged alphabetically. This book also includes photographs of many Stratton people and shows some additional references. It is an excellent resource.

This 552 page book with cardstock cover is available from the Town of Stratton:

Stratton Town Clerk, Kent Young
P.O
Box 166, West Wardsboro, VT 05360
802-896-6184

Prospect Hill Cemetery, Brattleboro, Windham Co., Vermont

 

Loaded with families connected to surrounding towns.  It has 220
pages, printed on both sides, earliest burial 1796 through 1900's,
all name index with approximately 1150 surnames.  This was one
of the main cemeteries in
Brattleboro.
Contact:
Marge Howe 2505 Northern Hills Road, Norman, OK 73071

 

Locust Ridge Cemetery, Brattleboro, Windham Co., Vermont

 

Also an important cemetery for the area researcher.  It has many
connections with early
Fort Dummer families.  Earliest burial 1776,
72 pages printed both sides, all name index of approximately 400
surnames, cemetery still in use.
Contact: Marge Howe 2505 Northern Hills Road, Norman, OK 73071

 

Burials and Deaths at Vermont Asylum later known as the Brattleboro Retreat, 1837-1900

 

This book is an ongoing project to identify the names and burial
locations of those who have died at the Asylum and have become
lost souls with no burial markers. The book has 55 one-sided pages.
Contact: Marge Howe 2505 Northern Hills Road, Norman, OK 73071

 


 

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