Bradford, Vermont Cemeteries
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To make the values compatible with many GPS Trackers, coordinates have been recalculated to decimal degrees.
|Name||First Burial||Last Burial||# of Graves||° Latitude||° Longitude|
|Sawyer (New)||1940||In Use||600+||44.00902||-72.11040|
|Upper Plain (Old)||1770||In Use||3000+||44.00880||-72.10943|
|West Bradford||1800||In Use||300+||44.00320||-72.19602|
The markers in the Goshen Cemetery or Greenleaf Family Cemetery were moved to Lot #514 in the Upper Plain Cemetery in the 1930s. I have been advised that in 1997 a group cleared out the brush, built a new rail fence, and erected some small fieldstones and a sign. The cemetery is off Goshen Road just north of the Chase Hollow Road at the home of Carl and Sally Osgood, (3787 Goshen Road). One would walk up their drive way and see the pasture to the left of the drive, cemetery is in the woods beyond. Get permission from the landowner to access cemetery. (802-222-5756) .
This cemetery is the new cemetery and is located on the west side of US Route 5 north of Bradford village and just north of the Oxbow High School. There are two access roads to the cemetery. The cemetery is still in use and is in excellent condition.
This cemetery is the old cemetery and is located on the east side of US Route 5 north of Bradford village across from the Sawyer Cemetery. The cemetery is still in use and is in excellent condition.
Take South Main Street out of Bradford village to VT Route 25. Turn right on VT Route 25 then turn left onto South Road. Follow South Road about 2-6/10 miles to Hackett Hill Road. Just past the Bruce Murray Potters, turn right onto Hackett Hill Road. The turn is just past some trees and without notice. The cemetery will be on the right hand side of the road. It is still in use and underwent major repairs in 1987.
From the intersection of VT Route 25 and South Road, follow VT Route 25 about 4
miles to Wrights Mountain Road on the right. Go up Wrights Mountain Road about
1-2/10 miles. This cemetery is located on a side hill about 100 yards off the
lefthand side of Wrights Mountain Road and is surrounded by a stone wall. It is
easily spotted because of the road opening.