MARLBORO, VERMONT CEMETERIES

Prepared by Mrs. Jay Stark, 1978; updated by Charles Marchant Townshend, VT 1988

The data entered here was copied from the above transcription which is on typewritten pages located in the Marlboro Town Clerk's office. Note: The cemetery numbers in the list below do not match the order of the cemeteries detailed below the list. This listing along with a map of the area with location of cemeteries may be found in Burial Grounds of Vermont published by the Vermont Old Cemetery Association (VOCA), 1991.

                            First  Last  Used?  # Graves  Remarks
1  Powers                   1871   1888   No     2        New stones
2  Powers (children)        1864   1865   No     2        Excellent
3  Elija Bruce              1835   1835   No     1        Excellent
4  Collins                  1841   1986   Some   52       Excellent
5  Robinson Winchester      1845   1868   No     6        Good
6  Needham                  1817   1831   No     3        Good
7  Phelps                   1817   1823   No     5        Good
8  First Cemetery           1776   1782   No     20-30    Unmarked graves, Bronze Plaque
9  Center                   1799          Yes    400      Excellent
10 Clark Warren             1820          Yes    300      Good
11 Old Hogback-W. Marlboro  1768   1851   No     19       Good
12 Dunakin                  1860's  ?     No     2        Not seen
13 James Ball & Child       1773   1782   No     2        Abandoned-unmarked
14 King                     1801          Yes    100      Excellent
15 Jenks                    1812   1864   No     12       Fair


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JAMES BALL/TOWN HILL/MEETINGHOUSE HILL
 
   The first two burials in town were on Town Hill, then Meetinghouse
   Hill, near the corner of the first Meetinghouse.  (An adult and
   a child---see E.H. Newton's History of Marlborough, Vt.)

	---BALL, James, d Jan. 27, 1773- age 26
	---PRATT, infant son of Samuel & Catherine, died April 1782

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FIRST CEMETERY

   However, the first officially recognized cemetery is located in
   the deep woods (guide needed), off Rt. 9, (easterly) and not far from the Phelps
   Cemetery.  There is a tablet on a boulder there, the only marker,
   which states:

              THIS TABLET MARKS
             THE FIRST CEMETERY
                    IN
              THE TOWN OF MARLBORO
              --------------------
              About twenty people
               were buried here.

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PHELPS CEMETERY

   Located in the woods between MacArthur Road and Vt. 9, northerly from 
   First Cemetery, there is a stone wall, forming a rectangle, with 5 marked graves.
   Mounds without markers may or may not be other graves.  An iron gate which
   was in the stone wall was given by the landowner to the Marlboro
   Historical Society and is at the museum.  A Guide is needed.

        The graves are located as following:
               4      3    2    1
          5

   1. Timothy Phelps                  2. Zipporah Phelps
      Atty at law                       born Sep. 23, 1757
     born June 6, 1792                  died Oct. 13, 1823
     died Sept. 22, 1822
    of the yellow fever
    Fort Atlanta, Miss.
   in passage from New Orleans
  aboard steamboat Indianna           3. Timothy Phelps
                                      born Jan. 25, 1747
                                      died July 3, 1817
                                     with the first emigrants to
                                     settle in Marlboro 1761
                                        T.L.Wakefield, sculp.

                                    #4 Eunice Phelps
#5  Charles Phelps                    born May 8, 1783
   Eminent Jurist and theologian      died Dec. 14, 1811
  born Aug. 27, 1717
  died April 17, 1789

(a grandson put up the stones in 1824 - all stones were set up in 1824)

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WEST MARLBORO OR OLD HOGBACK CEMETERY

Located corner of Butterfield Road and Old Hogback Road, within sight 
of Capt. Ira Adams' house.  This is the south side of Butterfield Road
near 4 corners.

In 1919 a file was made and is in the D.A.R. room of the Brattleboro
Memorial Library. It omitted the Sawtell marker - that is the only
difference between the 1919 file and one compiled in 1959. There was
some controversy in the thirties about the location of the Sawtell
marker. The tragedy, which caused the death of the whole Sawtell family
except one, took place on Timson Hill in Williamsville. Some believed
that the remains were buried on Newfane Hill and remained there. Others
maintained that the remains were brought to this cemetery (Old Hogback)
and placed in one grave. The Sawtell Marker here is very weathered-

1. The following was copied from it many years ago ---
   LEVI SAWTELLE, the only survivor, died in 1812
   Reader, observe this grave contains
   Seven near relative remains.
   Two parents, an illfated pair-
   Fairest this hapless offspring were
   Names of the unhappy couple
   HENRY AND JERUSHA SAWTELL
   Henry, one son's the same,
   Jerusha, bore the mother's name.
   Another, as we know well-
   Was Thomas, and youg Joel
   In age was nearly equal.
  And now is sun the sequel -- the oldest was 14
  and all of the children seen one under two, his fate befell.
  Eight in all for year 1768  (((error? news accounts say 7 victims)
   In this disaster met their fate
   at their home on Newfane Hill
  No one heard their groans in the embers and pile of stones
   We hope for their salvation in spite of this sad cremation
   In this bed of coals---GOD REST THEIR SOULS.

  There is on Timson Hill a marker at the site of the conflagration.
  The marker (above) was inscribed with 7 sad faces at the top.

2. GILES DAY                        12. CAPT. SAMUEL GILBERT
  Aug. 31, 1795                         died April 11, 1812
    age 47                                54 years old
  (flag)
                                    13. CHESTER GILBERT
3. SOLOMON AYRES                       died July 15, 1816
 died Aug. 4, 1829                      age 25
    age 53

4. PHILENA AYRES
   wife of Solomon             This cemetery is laid out as follows
  Died Sept. 20, 1851                            3   4
                   age 65      1  2     5    6    7    8    9
5. BETSY
dau. Jordan and Peggy Higley
died July 31, 1812                                11       10
     8 years old

6. JORDAN HIGLEY               13   12
died April 16, 18??
 age 39 years
(History says 1812)
                               It is believed that markers have
7. JORDAN H. MILLER                been stolen from the cemetery
son of Justin and Sally Miller
died Sept. 30, 1812
1 year, 3 mos. 13 dys.

8. Samuel WHITNEY
died Feb. 11, 1811
72nd year

9. PHEBE WHITNEY
 (Mrs. Samuel)
died Mar. 16, 1812
72nd year

10. CAPT. FRANCIS WHITTEMORE
     settled 1766 ((error))
  was 2nd settler of Marlboro
  died 1790 - 63rd year

11. MRS. BETSY BARRETT
   wife of Levi Barrett
   who died Jan. 1811
   39th year
COMPLETE RECORD OF HOGBACK CEMETERY
                                   
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KING CEMETERY  

Located on "Fox Road" between Ames Hill and the Stark Rd (MacArthur Roads)

#1 Field stone - unknown
#2  "      "        "
#3  "      "        "
#4 ADAMS, Freegrace-d. July 23, 1834  age 69 years
#5 PIKE, Persis-w. Ephraim Pike-d. June 6, 1824--65 yrs.
#6 STARK, John Edward-b. & d. Oct. 2, 1933--son of John & Julia Stark
#7 NEWTON, Levi-son Cotton & Abigail Newton-d. Nov. 19, 1801-age 11 yrs
#8 NEWTON, Cotton- d. April 8, 1847-- 87 yrs.  Rev. soldier
#9 NEWTON, ABIGAIL- wife Cotton Newton- d. Dec. 26, 1852-age 87 (A.Sawyer N.)
#10 JOHNSON, VICTORE - Jan. 3, 1930- Nov. 14, 1953
#11 COBLEIGH, LEMUEL, Jr.- d. March 11, 1839- 29 yrs
#12 COBLEIGH, LEMUEL -d. Oct. 26, 1836- 67 yrs
#13 COBLEIGH, MARY- w. Lemuel Cobleigh- d. Feb. 24, 1862- 79 yrs
#14 Fieldstone
#15 HOUGHTON, Parley (?Pearly) son of Nahum & Lovisa H.- d. Oct. 30, 1806-11dys
#16 HOUGHTON, Parsis (?Persis) dau. "   "      "     "  d. Jan. 6, 1801-1yr7mo
#17 WHITNEY, Lester M.- b. April 12, 1894-
#18 WHITNEY, Annie B. w. of Lester- July 10, 1878- June 4, 1953
#19 WHITNEY, Harlan- 1887-1948
#20 WHITNEY, Jessie M.- 1906-
WHITNEY, Bessie E. dau. J.S. & L.F. Whitney- June 28, 1900-Sept. 19, 1935
BRYANT, Lurena (Lauraney) w Jacob Bryant-d March 2, 1846-age 87 yrs
BRYANT, Jacob- d. July 16, 1841- age 93
BRYANT, Lydia- w Jacob Bryant- d. Aug. 30, 1798- 53 yrs
THOMAS, Julia Benner - 1885-1959
CHILDS, Marion Thomas - 1889-1960
WHITNEY, John S. Nov. 18, 1855-Jan. 28, 1940
WHITNEY, Laura F. Butterfield- wife of JSW- May 2, 1867-May 19, 1931
WHITNEY, Alonzo Henry-d. March 6, 1901---42 years
WHITNEY, Arthur Brackett-Mar. 21, 1863-Dec. 5, 1881
WHITNEY, John Stewart- D. fEB. 22, 1880- 61 yrs
WHITNEY, Emory- d. June 21, 1839- 35 years
WHITNEY, Charles Stewart, son Emory & Sarepha W.-d Sept. 6, 1835-4yrs4mo.
JACOBS, Clark- s Nathan & Sarah Jacobs-d Sept. 13, 1801- 15 mos
BRIANT, Matilda Jane- dau. Cyrus & Almira Briant- d Oct 1827- 1 yr
SPENCER, Newcomb H.- Sept. 3, 1848-July 30, 1930
SPENCER, Mary A. King, his wife-Feb. 2, 1844-Aug. 1, 1921
KING, Ira, d. July 6, 1860- 71 yrs&10mos
KING, Louisa, d. July 11, 1847- 65 yrs
HAMILTON, Anna K., d June 31, 1817-50 yrs
HAMILTON, Joseph, d Nov. 6, 1828- 33 yrs
KING, Louisa, d Dec. 31, 1834- 76 yrs
KING, Icabod, d Dec. 18, 1834- 79 yrs
KING, Joseph, killed by being run over with a team-Jan. 23, 1789-2yrs
WHITNEY, Nathaniel, d June 6, 1829-80 yrs. (b.1749)
WHITNEY, Mary, wife of Nathaniel- d Sept. 27, 1844-age 93
WHITNEY, Sally S., wife Nathaniel Whitney -d April 28, 1827- 68 yrs
WHITNEY, Nathaniel, d July 27, 1852- age 73 (b.1779)
WHITNEY, Nathaniel R., born March 18, 1821-d Sept. 24, 1872
WHITNEY, infant son of Nathaniel & Sally Whitney- d July 16, 1817
WHITNEY, Charles Stewart, son Nathaniel & Sally Whitney- d Oct.15,1805-2yrs
WHITNEY, Harriet Maria, dau.     "         "      " d Nov.5, 1812-5yrs8mos
KING, Herbert A., d Sept. 16, 1879- 33 yrs
KING, Joseph, d Apr. 22, 1882- 78 yrs
KING, Chloe White, wife Joseph King- d Aug. 12, 1877- 73 yrs
KING, Sarah, wife Joseph King - d Nov. 7, 1840- 39 yrs
KING, Alonzo, son Joseph & Sarah King- d. Apr. 2, 1836- 4 yrs
KING, Mary E. dau. J.&S. King- d. Apr. 5, 1839 4 yrs
KING, Delevan D., son Joseph & Chloe King- d Sept. 16, 1849- 10 weeks
PINKERTON, Thomas N., Jan. 25, 1891-Oct. 4, 1952
KING, J. Leavitt, Dec. 5, 1829-Dec. 5, 1915
KING, Martha A. Twitchell, wife of J.L.K., April 22, 1838-June 11, 1923
KING, Hattie A. dau of two above- Dec. 3, 1865- Dec. 16, 1950

This record ends c. 1960- there are a number of new graves and also
      fieldstones which mark unknown graves

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NEEDHAM CEMETERY--located in the woods, back of Stewart residence,
      approximately between Hogback Road and the Cross Road - one
      follows the road off the Cross Rd. past residence of R. Hamilton. 
      Guide needed.

There are three graves - folklore informs us that these markers were moved
from their original places when a road was changed.

NEEDHAM, Jonathan son of Nehemiah Needham, Jr.
   died Nov. 16, 1831
     age ? 18 yrs

NEEDHAM, Nehemiah
died Jan. 11 (?or 14) 1817
age 78 yrs

NEEDHAM, Chester
son of Nehemiah Needham, Jr.
died Dec. 29, 1831
age 30 yrs

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BRUCE CEMETERY

located in the Augurhole Valley, in the woods at the end of a private road past the residence of A. Gilbert - grave is approximately across the main road and brook from

the residence of Mary Nutting (Benoni Blake on 1869 map). Guide needed.

BRUCE, Elijah
"died May 5, 1837 AE 75
  ASR 1775"

(Rev. soldier-copied from original stone. A new one was erected c.1976)

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POWERS CEMETERY - two children - on property of W. Manley, off the Lower Dover Rd. near Stratton Road   ("MVBPowers, south of school #16, 1869 map)

Two children of M V B Powers and wife, M.A. Powers

POWERS, Leila M.
     died Sept. 9, 1865 1 yr. 5 mos. 25 days

POWERS, Leslie W.
 died April 4, 1864
3 yrs, 10 mos.

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JENCKES CEMETERY

located in the southwest corner of town, on the west side of Butterfield Road,
off the road to Halifax, near the Halifax town line. One passes the Jenckes 
farmhouse on the right and follows trail up the hill to the cemetery on the left. 

There are upright stone markers at the corner of the cemetery and at intervals - barbed wire outlines plot - Laid out as follows:

   8     9     10        11        12
1  2   3   4          5       6        7

1. THAYER, Mary wife Eswick Thayer, d. Jan. 30, 1843 at age 78
2. JENKS, Betsy wife John Jenks, d. Jan. 13, 1812 26 yrs
3. JENKS, Andrew N. d. June 22, 1894 age 88
4. JENKS, Philura H. wife of Andrew Jenks, d. Aug. 10, 1888 75 yrs
5. JENKS, Boomer d. June 8, 1847 age 86 Patriot of the Rev.
   Boomer stood guard over Lafeyette's baggage on his 16th birthday
6. JENKS, Anna wife Boomer Jenks, d. Mar. 14, 1837 age 76
7. JENCKES, James son of Boomer and Anna, d. May 3, 1814 20th yr.
8. JENKS, Samantha dau. John & Tamar Jenks, d. Dec. 31, 1828 1 yr,2mo,2dy
9. JENKS, C.E., Co. I 8th Vt. Infantry (Civil)
(Jenks, Charles E. killed in action, Civil War, Sept. 19, 1864 - this
   does not appear on his grave)
10. JENKS, George H. son of Andrew and Philura Jenks, d. June 8, 1842 1 yr.
11. JENKS, Nathan son of Andrew and Philura J., d. Dec. 10, 1834 7 mos-7days
12. JENKS, James Henry son of Andrew & Philura J., d. Feb. 20, 1834
                                          1 year, 4 mos, 17 days

                        END OF JENCKES CEMETERY INFO
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SODOM or DUNAKIN CEMETERY

Near Dunakin cellar hole on the Sodom Road. Guide needed.

DUNAKIN, Samuel
    and
DUNAKIN, Lucinda - husband and wife.  Buried in an apple orchard near
   their farmhouse, sometime prior to 1870 in the Sodom area.
   In May 1973, a great-grandson, Allen Carey, of Marlboro, VT
   led a group to the nearly hidden stone which is in an area of
   early farmhouses, barns and a school.  None of the buildings
   exist today.

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ROBINSON WINCHESTER CEMETERY

located on Lower Dover Road, on Robinson Winchester Farm; can be seen
from the road - on a height of land not far from farm buildings

WINCHESTER, Robinson
   died Dec. 31, 1868 age 80
WINCHESTER, Clarissa L. wife of Robinson Winchester
   died Sept. 18, 1844 age 57

WINCHESTER, Sarepta S. dau. Robinson & Clarissa Winchester
   died Aug. 16, 1845    born June 14, 1819

WINCHESTER, Signora Violette dau. Robinson & Clarissa Winchester
   died Oct. 12, 1838 16 years
WINCHESTER, Theressa Antoinette dau. Robinson & Clarissa Winchester
   born Dec. 28, 1827   died Mar. 23, 1847  20 years old
WINCHESTER, Sullivan G. son of Robinson & Clarissa Winchester
   died Sept. 5, 1850   age 20

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MARLBORO CENTER CEMETERY
Junction of Vt. 9 and Village Road

PRATT, Candace unmarked except for field stone near front
               died age 101
SNOW, Luther W. died April 3, 1864,  43 yrs
SNOW, Mariette (Mather) wife of Luther, d. July 15, 1865 39 yrs.
      below are children of Luther and Mariette
SNOW, Mary d. Dec. 15, 1863, 8 months
SNOW, Huldah A. d. Oct. 5, 1869, age [no age in book]
SNOW, Maryetta d. Dec. 15, 1863, 8 months (???twins or mistake)
THAYER, Lt. J.H. d. Oct. 8, 1864, 31 yrs son Ezra & Thirza Thayer
TUCKER, Jane d. May 29, 1858, 22 yrs
HALLADAY, Nancy M. d. Dec. 4, 1862, 33 yrs
KELLY, George d. Oct. 11, 1862, 54 yrs
HIGLEY, Lucius d. Jan. 13, 1860, 1 yr. & 5 mos.
HIGLEY, Jennie d. Feb. 29, 1864, 2 yrs. 3 mos. 10 days
      children of G.G. and L.A. Higley
HOUGHTON, C. Mather d. Dec. 6, 1858, 32 yrs
HOUGHTON, Sarah Adams d. July 15, 1856, 24 yrs
        wife of C. Mather Houghton
HOUGHTON, Minerva S. d. Mar. 26, 1858, 5 yrs & 8 mos.
        dau. Dan Mather & Sarah Houghton
KELLY, two infant sons of George & Mila S. Kelly d. Sept. 22, 1835, age 3 days
MATHER, Cotton d. Sept. 18, 1862, 71 yrs 6 mos.
MERRIAM, Stella E. d. Sept. 24, 1859, 27 yrs
         wife of J. Merriam
MATHER, Olive d. Jan. 10, 1857, 73 yrs
        wife of David Mather
ADAMS, Chester Jan. 22, 1852, 59 yrs
ADAMS, Lana June 22, 1858, 61 yrs.
        wife of Chester Adams
MATHER, Phinehas Mar. 30, 1838, 88 yrs.
MATHER, Huldah Mar. 21, 1847, 88 yrs. 4 mos.
        wife of Phinehas Mather
MATHER, Timothy Mar. 18, 1818, 61 yrs
MATHER, Hannah Oct. 13, 1827, 72 yrs.
        wife of Timothy Mather
ADAMS, Martha M. Sept. 18, 1852, age 3 yrs.
        dau. ? & C.W. Adams (possibly T)
ADAMS, Rosamond S. d. April 14, 1865, age 20
ADAMS, infant son d. April 23, 1865, 9 days
       wife and son of George H. Adams
COOK, Mary A. Mar. 19, 1854, 3 yrs. Dau, E.N. & M.A. Cook
AMES, Mandrin H. Dec. 17, 1862, 22 yrs son of H. & L. Ames
KELLOG, George H. April 5, 1844 - Mar. 7, 1846
        son of G. & Mila S. Kellog
BELLOWS, Clara E. Aug. 21, 1863, 1 yr. dau. of H.G. & L.A. Bellows
AMES, Henrietta Jan. 1, 1835 , 26 yrs, wife of Almon Ames
AMES, Sally W. June 4, 1867, 56 years, wife of Almon Ames
AMES, Martha Feb. 18, 1833, 1 yr. 2 mos., parents: Almon & Henrietta Ames
AMES, Henry Jan. 9, 1839, 6 yrs.            "        "        "       "
AMES, Harriet Aug. 16, 1845, 2 yrs. 9 mos. parents: Almon & Sally Ames
AMES, Alonzo Jan. 22, 1857, 1 yr. 8 mos.     "        "      "     "
AMES, Sarah Jan. 28, 1860, 7 yrs +           "        "      "     "
MATHER, Clarence ? April 5, 1865, 2 yrs. 8 mos. parents: W.M. & D.S. Mather
MATHER, George W. Dec. 19, 1859, 11 mos. 23 days  "       "      "     "
PROUTY, Forsdic Jan. 14, 1861, 53 yrs.
ADAMS, Harriet W. Nov. 22, 1856, wife of T.M. Adams
ADAMS, Rosatha M. Oct. 10, 1860, 14 yrs. child of T.M. Adams (sic)
ADAMS, infant son June 25, 1855, 1 mo. 2 weeks "   "     "
ADAMS, John Gilbert Aug. 22, 1861, 1 yr. 4 mos."   "     "
BROWN, Samuel Nov. 29, 1795 - Sept. 6, 1863, 67 yrs
HOWARD, Levi July 4, 1862, 78 yrs
HOWARD, Polly June 27, 1865, 73 yrs. wife of Levi
HAMILTON, Abbie A. April 5, 1859, 27 yrs. wife of J.H. Hamilton
HAMILTON, Edgar E. June 27, 1862, 6 yrs son J.H. & Abbie Hamilton
HOUGHTON, Lucy J. died in 1864, wife of Bradley Houghton
HOUGHTON, Ida L. July 6, 1865, 5 yrs. dau. Bradley & Lucy Houghton
PROUTY, Nellie E. Aug. 1, 1863, 4 yrs. dau. H. & R. Prouty
SNOW, Lilla E. Dec. 16, 1863, 7 yrs. dau. J.G. & J.E. Snow
CARPENTER, Abby M. Feb. 23, 1860, 25 yrs wife of R.W. Carpenter
CARPENTER, Windsor Jan. 19, 1851, 42 yrs.
AMES, Luther Dec. 31, 1841, 71 yrs.
AMES, Cynthia Feb. 7, 1839, 68 yrs. wife of Luther Ames
AMES, Laura Dec. 9, 1829, 26 yrs. dau. of Luther & Cynthia Ames
AMES, Luther Aug. 28, 1864, 68 yrs.
AMES, Lydia Dec. 28, 1884, 79 yrs. wife of Luther Ames
AMES, Ezra (Ezra V.) Feb. 19, 1840, 2 yrs. son of Luther & Lydia Ames
AMES, James H. Aug. 19, 1848, 15 yrs.      "       "       "     "
AMES, Chastina Aug. 20, 1848, 4 yrs. dau. of        "       "     "
AMES, infant son of Dexter & Eliza Ames, b & d April 20, 1866
AMES,   "     "       "        "     " , b & d Dec. 25, 1869
WHITNEY, Emory Feb. 28, 1805 - June 21, 1839
WHITNEY, Charles S. May 29, 1831 - Sept. 6, 1835
MATHER, Gen. Phinehas April 27, 1865, 78 yrs
MATHER, Mary Oct. 11, 1855, 68 yrs, wife of Phinehas Mather
MATHER, Sarah T. June 20, 1860, 31 yrs., wife of J.P. Mather
THOMAS, Henry Nov. 16, 1861, 66 yrs
THOMAS, Zephaniah Sept. 23, 1842, 9 yrs. son of Henry & Sarah Thomas
LYNDE, Ida Annette Oct. 19, 1857 - Aug. 31, 1860, dau. W.W.&C.J.Lynde
MILLER, Almira June 12, 1848, 48 yrs wife of Dan Miller (?)
MILLER, Mary M. Feb. 28, 1847, 21 yrs
CLISBEE, Joel B. Dec. 13, 1831, 53 yrs
OLDS, Hannah N. June 12, 1855, 75 yrs. wife of T. Olds
OLDS, Eunice M. Jan. 24, 1835, 19 yrs. dau. of Solomon B. & Esther W. Olds
OLDS, Catherine Sept. 6, 1838, 31 yrs. dau.       "           "        "
HIGLEY, Lucy April 5, 1860, 55 yrs. wife of George Higley
HIGLEY, Hannah April 11, 1868, 91 yrs. wife of Orange Higley
HIGLEY, Lucy Jan. 19, 1846, 8 mos. dau. Elliot & Cynthia Higley
HIGLEY, Harriet May 6, 1859, 16 yrs. "    "        "       "
HIGLEY, Lucinda Dec. 25, 1836, 6 yrs. dau. of George & Lucy Higley
PRATT, Sophia M. Dec. 19, 1833, 21 yrs.
PRATT, Vashni April 18, 1836, 68 yrs.
PRATT, Emerson April 19, 1764 - May 18, 1829
PRATT, Thankful Morgan Nov. 11, 1771 - Oct. 21, 1837 wife of Emerson Pratt
OLDS, Benjamin April 28, 1813, 81 yrs.
OLDS, "Widow" March 8, 1820, 82 yrs., widow of Benjamin Olds
OLDS, Thaddeus April 16, 1840, 79 yrs.
OLDS, Arial Sept. 1, 1811, 26 yrs.
OLDS, Helena July 15, 1837, 73 yrs. w. Thaddeus Olds
QUINN, Sophia M. June 27, 1846, 20 yrs. wife of Ransom Quinn
JOHNSON, Obed.H. Feb. 2, 1863, 6 yrs. son of Charles & Lewina H. Johnson
HOUGHTON, Nahum Jan. 13, 1841, 75 yrs.
HOUGHTON, Lovisa May 9, 1843, 78 yrs. wife of Nahum Houghton
WHITNEY, Tamar Mar. 31, 1831, 77 yrs. wife of Jonas Whitney
BISHOP, Isaac Dec. 29, 1860, 58 yrs.
BARTLETT, Luther April 5, 1837, 45 yrs.
BARTLETT, Lucy G. Oct. 31, 1847, 58 yrs. wife of Luther Bartlett
BARTLETT, Lydia July 17, 1832, 42 yrs.
BARTLETT, Sarah Dec. 2, 1815, 66 yrs. wife of Zarager Bertlett
LYMAN, Gershom C. April 13, 1813, 61 yrs.
LYMAN, Lucy Mar. 16, 1831, 78 yrs. wife of G.C. Lyman
LYMAN, Electa May 21, 1812, 23 yrs. wife of William Lyman
TOWN, John W. Nov. 12, 1828, 46 yrs.
TOWN, Sally Aug. 17, 1815, 23 yrs. wife of John W. Town
HOUGHTON, Lucy A. Aug. 13, 1836, 32 yrs. wife of Bradley Houghton
HOUGHTON, Eliza R. Mar. 24, 1843, 38 yrs.  "       "        "
HOUGHTON, George M. Oct. 29, 1849, 22 yrs.
HOUGHTON, Lucius F. Mar. 12, 1850, 3 yrs. son of Bradley & S.R. Houghton
HOUGHTON, Sidney A. Jan. 23, 1860, 5 yrs.  "       "        "      "
HALLADAY, Oliver Aug. 7, 1864, 75 yrs.
HALLADAY, Harlow H. Oct. 17, 1846, 30 yrs. son of Oliver & Relief Halladay
HALLADAY, George June 8, 1834, 1 yr+ son of Appollos & Annis Halladay
RICE, Clara Dec. 7, 1862, 67 yrs. wife of John Rice
PRATT, Amos B. Aug. 30, 1860, 43 yrs.
PRATT, Artemas Nov. 22, 1856, 77 yrs.
HIGLEY, Polly July 13, 1799, 27 yrs. wife of Orange Higley
BAGG, James M. June 2, 1799, 24 yrs.
MILLER, Stephen Jan. 22, 1847, 37 yrs.
MILLER, Seth Dec. 18, 1846, 80 yrs.
MILLER, Electa Dec. 20, 1846, 54 yrs. wife of Seth Miller
MILLER, Orrilla Feb. 13, 1847, 43 yrs.
MILLER, Rhoda Oct. 29, 1811, 19 yrs. dau. of Seth & Rhoda Miller
TOWN, Morton H. Nov. 14, 1828, ?16 yrs. son of John W. & Sally Town
MILLER, Abraham D. Mar. 21, 1840, 36 yrs.
MILLER, Abraham Sept. 1, 1850, 88 yrs.
MILLER, Susannah Dec. 8, 1835, 68 yrs. wife of Abraham Miller
MILLER, David Jan. 2, 1813, 55 yrs.
MILLER, Margaret Dec. 27, 1816, 61 yrs. wife of David Miller
  "        "     (also wife of Hezekiah Salisbury)
MILLER, David May 7, 1808, 72 yrs.
MILLER, Anner (?) July 15, 1807, 73 yrs. wife of David Miller
PRATT, Hannah March 25, 1866, 78 yrs. wife of Artemas Pratt
PRATT, Edward L. Jan. 31, 1817, 4 yrs. son of Emory & Malinda Pratt
PRATT, Amos Jan. 11, 1817, 67 yrs.
JOHNSON, Hannah D. May 22, 1864, 25 yrs. wife of Franklin Johnson
BISHOP, Eunice Jan. 14, 1846, 11 yrs. dau. of Isaac & Thirza Bishop
BISHOP, Susan M. Oct. 3, 1851, 23 yrs. "        "       "      "
BASSETT, Joseph May 2, 1825, 8 mos. son of John & Martha Bassett
SAMSON, Huldah Jan. 26, 1833, 53 yrs. wife of Chester Samson
HOWARD, Sarah Nov. 30, 1847, 59 yrs. dau. of Jonathan & Sarah Howard
BALLOU, infant dau. of Pearly & Lovina d. July 8, 1843, 21 days
MATHER, Henry T. April 29, 1854, 38 yrs.
MATHER, Lucy Ingram Feb. 6, 1869, 50 yrs. wife of Henry T. Mather
MATHER, Emina L. Dec. 6, 1869, 22 yrs. child of H.T. & Lucy Mather
MATHER, William H. Dec. 22, 1850, 9 mos. "       "      "     "
MATHER, infant son July 31, 1848         "       "      "     "
MATHER, Timothy Feb. 28, 1858, 72 yrs.
MATHER, Timothy H. Nov. 18, 1846, son of T. & Harriet Mather
BROWN, Addison M. April 10, 1854, 1 yr. son of Timothy M. & M. Brown
BISSELL, Philena June 29, 1818, 29 yrs. wife of Chauncy Bissell
HALE, Almira Feb. 26, 1847, 26 yrs. wife of Charles Hale
HALE, Almira M. Mar. 19, 1847, 25 days child of Charles & Almira Hale
UNDERWOOD, Thaddeus Sept. 8, 1840, 80 yrs.
UNDERWOOD, Samuel C. Aug. 24, 1820, 2 yrs. son of Thaddeus & Orpha? Underwood
MATHER, Harriet wife of Timothy Mather, July 15, 1828, 41 yrs.
MATHER, sons of Timothy Mather
  MATHER, Joseph E. Sept. 19, 1843 (?) (22)
  MATHER, Samuel A. Dec. 30, 1844, 5 yrs.
  MATHER, Alonzo Mar. 15, 1845, 3 yrs.
MATHER, Franklin May 12, 1824, 5 mos. son of Rufus & Lucy Mather
MATHER, Timothy Oct. 27, 1802, 79 yrs.
MATHER, Joseph F. Feb. 23, 1816, 9 mos. son of David & Olive Mather
MATHER, Samuel F. Mar. 2, 1811, 3 mos.   "       "       "     "
HALLADAY, Catherine 4 yrs. Feb. 6, 1799, dau. of Eli & Catherine Halladay
PATTEN, Asa A. Mar. 24, 1848, son of A. & M.M.Patten, died in infancy
PATTEN, Abel A. Apr. 3, 1848   "     "     "    "      "    "   "
PATTEN, William E. Sept. 16, 1850 s/o "    "    "   , 3 days
NEWTON, Ephraim Holland Jr. April 12, 1822, 1 yr+
NEWTON, infant son b & d July 8, 1817, son of E.H. & H.C. Newton
BISHOP, Sylvester Mar. 12, 1822, 66 yrs.
BISHOP, Deborah July 20, 1851, 92 yrs. wife of Sylvester Bishop
BROWN, Lyman Feb. 10, 1854, 86 yrs.
BROWN, Mariam Nov. 27, 1863, 86 yrs. wife of Lyman Brown
HOUGHTON, Deliverance Sept. 11, 1810, 76 yrs. wife of Solomon Houghton
WHITNEY, Elizabeth Oct. 24, 1800, 84 yrs. wife of Samuel Whitney
BROWN, Jethro Feb. 26, 1813, 86 yrs.
BROWN, Mary Mar. 10, 1817, 85 yrs. wife of Jethro Brown
WHITNEY, Simei Sept. 10, 1847, 66 yrs.
WHITNEY, Silence Dec. 2, 1846, 62 yrs. wife of Simei Whitney
WHITNEY, Dan Jan. 30, 1829, 14 yrs. son of Simei & Silence Whitney
ADAMS, Ira Aug. 5, 1825, 9 mos. son of Ira & Lucy Adams
ADAMS, William Henry Aug. ?, 1830, 1 yrs.+
ADAMS, Charles May 6, 1833, 5 yrs.
ADAMS, Annette Mar. 10, 1833, 9 yrs.+
        Above - children of Ira & Lucy Adams
ADAMS, infant daughter of Simeon & Mary Ann d. Aug. 17, 1830
ADAMS, infant son of Charles M. & Marilla L. Adams Oct. 31, 1858
TOWN, Capt. David D. Feb. 16, 1830, 73 yrs.
CONE, Antes M. Aug. 26, 1833, 30 yrs. wife of Jesse Cone
CONE, James C. 3 weeks Jan. 13, 1833
PHILLIPS, Jane Jan. 8, 1839, 3 yrs. dau. of Simon & Fanny Phillips
ADAMS, Louise B. Jan. 4, 1847, 17 yrs. wife of Simeon H. Adams
ADAMS, Simeon Aug. 1, 1803, 79 yrs.
ADAMS, Susana Sept. 13, 1845, 98 yrs. wife of Simeon
ADAMS, Simeon Dec. 13, 1846, 76 yrs.
ADAMS, Lucy Mather Mar. 31, 1860, 80 yrs. wife of Simeon Adams
ADAMS, Leroy H. Sept. 11, 1868, 1 yr.+, son of Ira Jr. & Lucy Adams
WALLACE, Zabina May 28, 1851, 16 yrs. son of Z. & L. Wallace
WALLACE, Henry C. Aug. 2, 1850, 13 yrs. son of Z. & L. Wallace
STRONG, David July 20, 1842, 66 yrs.
STRONG, Abigail April 24, 1869, 86 yrs. wife of David Strong
STRONG, David Jr. Sept. 6, 1853, 31 yrs.
Below, children of David & Abigail Strong
STRONG, Fay Nov. 2, 1837, 7 yrs.
STRONG, Martha May 23, 1829, 1 yr.
STRONG, Phelps July 28, 1815, 1 yr.
STRONG, infant dau., April 1, 1816
KING, Hollis 1818-1863
KING, Nelson H. Aug. 30, 1861, 4 yrs. son of H. & J.E. King
KING, Icabod Jr. Sept. 9, 1862, 82 yrs.
KING, Clarissa Mar. 7, 1832, 51 yrs. wife of Icabod King
POWERS, Laura King 29 yrs. Sept. 1, 1837 wife of Josiah Powers
HOWARD, Jonathan Oct. 17, 1851, 60 yrs.
HOWARD, Semantha Jacobs Oct. 8, 1863, 67 yrs. wife of Jonathan Howard
HOWARD, Lucinda Jan. 6, 1847, 25 yrs. dau. of Jonathan & Semantha  "
HOWARD, Jonathan Aug. 12, 1824, 71 yrs.
HOWARD, Sarah Sept. 5, 1826, 77 yrs. wife of Jonathan Howard

The above record of the Marlboro Center Cemetery was compiled
and placed in the Town Office many years ago.  With the exception
of the Candace Pratt record, the first to appear here, the record
is copied without alteration.
     The original *may* have been done c. 1940

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COLLINS CEMETERY
   located on Town Highway #15 on Collins Road off Augur Hole Road

HEBERT, Walter (fieldstone - no information)
HEBERT, Sidney 1906-1966
HEBERT, Joe (fieldstone)
HEBERT, Ella Pratt (fieldstone - Mrs. Joe Hebert)
PRATT, Mr. & Mrs. Sidney (fieldstones)
DEESE, Grover April 2, 1893 - Aug. 25, 1944 (WWI flag)
BRUCE, Eleanor, wife of Preserved Bruce, d. Mar. 13, 1865, 79 yrs. 3 mos.
BRUCE, Preserved d. April 2, 1865, 80 yrs. 10 mos.
DAVENPORT, M.A. d. Feb. 25, 1860, 38 yrs. 5 mos.
BRUCE, Sally b. Nov. 5, 1811 - Jan. 27, 1892
BRUCE, Alvin b. Oct. 4, 1813
BRUCE, Hannah Ware wife of Alvin Bruce, b. May 11, 1814 d. Dec. 25, 1894
BRUCE, Lovica W. wife of Warren Bruce, b. Jan. 6, 1845 d. Oct. 1, 1925
WOLCOTT, Emma d. Oct. 5, 1865
WOLCOTT, Lizzie d. April 28, 1864
BRUCE, Myra A. 1887 -
BRUCE, James P. 1854 - 1932
BRUCE, Leon (??? fieldstone in his memory - not buried here?)
BRUCE, Harriet A. Feb. 11, 1842 - Jan. 1, 1902 (?Warren's first wife)
BRUCE, Warren E. Jan. 22, 1837 - May 21, 1909 (GAR- 13 Mass. Reg.)
BRUCE, Oratus ??? fieldstone
TAYLOR, Annie A. dau. G. & A. Taylor, d. July 21, 1865, age 20
DUNKLEE, Betsy H. d. Mar. 10, 1872, age 89
DUNKLEE, Eli d. Jan. 6, 1847, 62 yrs. - First burial in cemetery
------------ 3 fieldstones -- unknown 
COLLINS, Henry Mason 1820 - 1895
COLLINS, Chloe Dunklee wife of H.M.C. 1820 - 1909
COLLINS, Anson H. 1860 - 1941
COLLINS, Carrie I. V. (wife of A.H.C.) 1870 - 1910
COLLINS, Oneta child of Anson & Carrie died in infancy
COLLINS, Hugh    "       "        "     "       "
COLLINS, George  "       "        "     "       "
BLAKE, Marilla wife of Benoni Blake, d. Mar. 13, 1868
BLAKE, Eli son of B. & M. Blake, d. June 21, 1850, 2 yrs. 1 mo.
BLAKE, Anna dau.  "    "   "
GREENWOOD, Mary E. 1899 - 1928
GREENWOOD, Theodore Sept. 6, 1902 - Oct. 20, 1977
GREENWOOD, "Baby John"
COLLINS, Harry 1886 - 1975
COLLINS, Lillian 1884 - 1964
JOHNSON, Otis and wife and infant son 1890 - dau. 1894 all fieldstones
COLLINS, "Jack" d. 1979, b. Dec. 12, 1936
COLLINS, Earl F. Sr. Sept. 17, 1905 - Aug. 12, 1972
COLLINS, Wendy Enslor Nov. 3, 1958 - Nov. 19, 1977 dau. of Nicholas & E.B. Collins
NUTTING, _____ (father of Porter Nutting) fieldstone
FISHER, Abigail W. Bruce wife of Nehemiah Fisher d. June 21, 1884, 78 yrs 2m
FISHER, Nehemiah d. Dec. 6, 1858, age 53
FISHER, Harriet dau. of N & A Fisher d. Mar. 28, 1851, 1 yr 10 m
FISHER, Ephraim L. son  "   "   "    d. Feb. 1, 1862, age 31 ?
FISHER, Mansfield Bruce son N&A "    d. Dec. 26, 1862 age 21 b. June 14, 1841
FISHER, Elijah B.        "   "  "   killed May 5, 1864, age 34
            (verse - "Battle of the Wilderness, Virginia")
FISHER, Melissa C. dau. N&A F. d. Jan. 27, 1867, 29 yrs.
FISHER, Sophronia Ann (Demming) d. April 15, 1870, 18 yrs 10 mos.
          (wife of Joseph E. Fisher)
PARTRIDGE, Grace Newton ---
DEAN, Archelaus d. 1849, 87 yrs.
DEAN, Betsy wife of Archelaus d. Jan. 12, 1841, age 62
WORDEN, Roswell b. Mar. 6, 1800 d. Nov. 23, 1885
WORDEN, Louisa Upham wife of Roswell Worden Sept. 20, 1804 - July 20, 1882
WORDEN, Alfred S. April 19, 1840 - Nov. 27, 1886 (Co. Ith Reg. VT Vols flag)
WORDEN, Augusta H. wife of Alfred June 4, 1849 - April 26, 1937
STANCLIFT, Gilbert J. (?2nd husband of Augusta) Aug. 28, 1848 - Sept. 22, 1922


In 1961 Myra Collins Bruce walked through the Collins Cemetery with
Jay Herrick, pointing to fieldstones and giving the information above.
Mrs. Porter Nutting, in 1979, confirmed the fact that her father-in-
law was buried in the cemetery with a fieldstone marker - first name
unknown -
August 1979 Ray Hebert and an older brother visited the cemetery with
Jay Herrick and indicated that he would like to put up a marker for
his mother's grave - Mrs. Joe Hebert.  His brother, Walter, is buried
under a fieldstone next to another brother, Sidney, as indicated above.

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POWERS CEMETERY

POWERS, Henry H.
     and his wife
POWERS, Selecta Fisher

    are buried in a family plot off the East side of Hunter Brook Road on the
    Newfane/Marlboro town line.  They were married in 1818.

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CLARK WARREN CEMETERY

Located at the Junction of Vt. 9 and Augur Hole Road

300 Graves in good condition.

Listing not available here.

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