Waterford, VT Cemetery Listing - Adams/Babcock                  



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Cemetery Listing - Adams/Babcock

In the 1980s Eugenia Powers documented  the stones found in the Adams/Babcock cemetery. This listing was derived from her work, a copy of which was placed in the Waterford library. Once you have reached the cemetery from the road,  stones begin numbering in front of you and progress towards the left.

Since the ground cover of this cemetery is primarily Vinca (Myrtle), it is believed that many additional stones lie beneath the ground cover. To my knowledge, no attempts have been made to expose any of these stones.  Stone numbers have been derived from Eugenia's document. An asterisk identifies those dates obtained from Waterford vital records.

Stone #LastName FirstName MaidenDOB DOD AgeAdd'l Info
AB1       A stone ingrown into a tree root, possibly a grave.
AB2       Another possible grave.
AB3AdamsSubmit   18 Nov 179067ySometime between 1976 and 1980 the original stone was replaced with a replica.
AB3AdamsJames     Later pioneered in Newport and Canada.
AB4AdamsCharles  13 Mar 1773 *19 Aug 184572y 
AB5AdamsRebecca   17 Jul 185879y 9mWife of Charles Adams.
AB6LawrenceSally   20 May 184647yWife of Asa Lawrence.
AB7       A flat stone set up against a stub near the wall. In 2008, the stone was not found.
AB8BinghamElisha W.   30 Mar 180237yA foot stone with EWB was found in 1980 but was not found in 2008.
AB9       A mound beside the Bingham, grave but no further information.
AB10       A flat stone, maybe a footstone, roughly even with the Bingham headstone.
AB11       Two flat stones sticking out of the ground and a hollow which might be a grave.
AB12       See AB11
AB13       See AB11
AB14       Two hollows with a stone between possibly indicating three graves.
AB15       See AB14
AB16       See AB14
AB17       A large hollow toward the back of the cemetery, just about behind AB14
AB18BabcockCharles N.  18 Feb 1858 *5 Jan 185911mSon of G. A. and P. Babcock
AB19BabcockHenry F.   13 Jul 18563y 11mSon of George and Priscilla Babcock
AB20       A hollow, possibly indicating a grave
AB21BrighamLucy  19 Mar 1801 *26 Aug 18021y 5m 7d 
AB22       A hollow, possibly indicating a grave
AB23       Some evidence of a grave about half-way between stone wall and snow fence side of cemetery.