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Chelsea, Vermont Cemeteries

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Cemeteries

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
Allen1816193050+43.98302 -72.50872
Blaisdell-Laird-Ladd1813187830+43.95417-72.40828
Boardman  **??????243.95122-72.42942
Corwin  17981835843.99207-72.41512
Flint18341851844.01172-72.50303
Gilman **..344.01623-72.42298
Goodridge  **18411865544.05675-72.53443
Highland1825In Use800+43.98470-72.44545
Lincoln1820190450+43.97818-72.48345
Noyes  **??????20043.95933-72.43403
Old Chelsea1798In Use300+43.99222-72.44917
Riverside.In Use.43.99243-72.44868
Spear182618681343.97445-72.39380
Spiller  **18471847144.03347-72.49938
Wallace  **??????343.97500-72.40337
West Hill1831In Use300+44.01430-72.51238
Wiggins1807189550+44.02718-72.51005
Wills  **1788???3043.99408-72.50310

** - Abandoned, GPS coordinates were derived from the DVD created by Robert S. Boyce.

Allen Cemetery

From the intersection of VT Route 110 and VT Route 113 in the center of Chelsea village go south on VT Route 110 about 2-1/4 miles and turn right onto East Randolph Road on the right. Go about 1-1/2 miles to Hook Road on the right. Turn onto Hook Road and go about 1-1/3 miles to the cemetery which will be on the left.

Blaisdell-Laird-Ladd Cemetery

From the intersection of VT Route 110 and VT Route 113 in the center of Chelsea village go south on VT Route 110 about 3/4 mile and turn onto Jenkins Brook Road on the left. Follow Jenkins Brook Road about 2-6/10 miles to the cemetery which appears to be in the woods on the right. I am told that the road becomes impassible and you must walk the last bit.

Boardman Cemetery

From the intersection of VT Route 110 and VT Route 113 in the center of Chelsea village, go south on Route 110 about 3 miles and turn left onto Bicknell Hill Road. After crossing the Moxley Bridge over the First Branch of the White River, keep to the right on Bicknell Hill Road for about 9/10 mile to Harolyn Hill Road. Follow Harolyn Hill Road for about 1 mile to Old County Road. Turn left onto Old County Road and go about 1/2 mile. Durkee Road will be on the left. The cemetery is located near the intersection of Old County Road and Durkee Road. Due to the uncertainty of the status of the roads leading to this cemetery, a survey trip must be made. Private property may be involved so please respect the landowners wishes.

A letter dated May 2, 1999 from Robert S. Childs to the Chelsea Town Clerk says the cemetery is located just off Durkee Drive (Town Road 72), Not quite two tenths of a mile west of the intersection of Durkee Drive and County Road (Town Road 3) on the west side of Durkee Drive is a seasonal dwelling. The two headstones are about 20 feet from the north/west corner of that building and are about 7 feet westerly of the road.

There are two stones here. The first reads:

1801
Here rests the remains of Mr Stephen Boardman
who departed this life, Sept 3d 1801 in his 30 year

This slate stone has flaked off from the letter "r" in the word "year" to ground level.

The other headstone, also slate, has eroded to the point that only a letter "M" with the letters "Boa man" are readable.

Corwin Cemetery

From the intersection of VT Route 110 and VT Route 113 in the center of Chelsea village go east on Route 113 to Lyford Drive. The Corwin Cemetery is situated at the end of Lyford Drive on a side hill under two maple trees and is very difficult to reach. The landowner did escort me to the site but I would advise visitors to attempt to reach it only if they are in the best of health. There is no path to the cemetery, one must make their own trail through waist high weeds. The hill is steep and difficult to climb. The cemetery is about 1/4 mile from the farm buildings. There are two stones lying on the ground.

One stone reads:

        In memory of
        Mrs Mary
        wife of
        Daniel Blodgett
        who died Oct 29 1799

Flint Cemetery

From the intersection of VT Route 110 and VT Route 113 in the center of Chelsea village go south on VT Route 110 about 2-1/4 miles to East Randolph Road on right. Turn onto East Randolph Road and go about 1-1/10 mile to Brook Road on right. Turn onto Brook Road and go about 3-1/4 miles to Flint Place. The cemetery is at this intersection. Look for a blue shed. The cemetery is near the house on the side away from the road.

Gilman Burials

From the intersection of VT Route 110 and VT Route 113 in the center of Chelsea village go north on VT Route 110 about 3/4 mile and turn right onto Corinth Road. Follow Corinth Road about 1-8/10 miles to Dudly Road on the left. Go up Dudly Road about 1/4 mile to the cemetery which appears to be in the woods on the right.

Goodridge Cemetery

From the intersection of VT Route 110 and VT Route 113 in the center of Chelsea village go south on VT Route 110 about 2-1/4 miles to East Randolph Road on right. Turn onto East Randolph Road and go about 1-1/10 mile to Brook Road on right. Turn onto Brook Road and go about 3-9/10 miles to the intersection of Williamstown Road and Bradshaw Crossroad. Go north on Williamstown Road about 2-3/4 miles to Edwards Hill Road on the right. Bear left on Williamstown Road and go about 1-1/4 miles to Cemetery Road on the right. Turn right onto Cemetery Road and go about 1/4 mile to Taylor Hill Road on the left. Cemetery Road may continue straight north for about 1/4 mile. There should be some old foundations fore a house somewhere nearby with the cemetery also nearby. The use of a local guide is suggested.

Highland Cemetery

From the intersection of VT Route 110 and VT Route 113 in the center of Chelsea village go south on VT Route 110 about 1/4 mile and turn left onto Creamery Road. The cemetery is about 1/10 mile on the left.

Lincoln Cemetery

From the intersection of VT Route 110 and VT Route 113 in the center of Chelsea village go south on VT Route 110 about 2-1/4 miles to East Randolph Road on right. Turn onto East Randolph Road and go about 1-1/3 miles and look for the cemetery on the left. There is not room to park on the shoulder so you must park farther along the road and walk back.

Noyes Cemetery

From the intersection of VT Route 110 and VT Route 113 in the center of Chelsea village go south on VT Route 110 about 3 miles and turn left onto Bicknell Road. After crossing the Moxley Bridge keep to the right on Bicknell Road for about 9/10 mile to where Harolyn Hill Road turns. Go straight up Holt Hill Road about 6/10 mile. The cemetery should be on the right in a clump of trees.

Old Chelsea Cemetery

This cemetery is adjacent to the Riverside Cemetery. Access to it is through the Riverside Cemetery.

Riverside Cemetery

From the intersection of VT Route 110 and VT Route 113 in the center of Chelsea village go north on VT Route 110 about 200 feet and turn left onto Maple Avenue. Follow Maple Avenue for about 1/10 mile and turn right onto Riverside Drive. Follow Riverside Drive to the entrance to the cemetery.

Spear Cemetery

This cemetery will require the assistance of someone from Chelsea who has a knowledge of the location. It appears to be in a wooded area some distance from a travelled road.

Spiller Cemetery

From the intersection of VT Route 110 and VT Route 113 in the center of Chelsea village go north on VT Route 110 about 3.85 miles to Edwards Road on the left. Take Edwards Road about 3/10 miles to Gilman Hill Road on left. Take Gilman Hill Road about 1-1/4 miles to Dodge Road on left. The cemetery should be at this intersection.

Wallace Cemetery

A letter dated May 9, 1999 from Robert S. Childs to the Chelsea Town Clerk says the cemetery is located off the Beedle Road (Town Road 59). Traveling in an easterly direction from the junction of T. R. 60 and T. R. 59, proceed to the first brook that crosses the road. Just before the brook on the left (northerly) is an old roadway. About 50 yards up this road is an old cellar hole on the ;eft. Continue past the cellar hole staying on the pld roadway for another 50 yards crossing an old stone culvert to a junction in the old roadway. Take the right fork (easterly) approximately 50 yards to the burial ground.

An alternate route, should the roadway become overgrown, is to travel easterly up the brook from T. R. 59 approximately 150 yards. The cemetery is located about 20 yards from the brook on the left (northerly) side.

The cemetery was rebuilt in the fall of 1998 by relatives of individuals buried here. They have removed the old stones and erected new granite stones as well as erecting a new picket fence about two feet in height.

Facing the stones and reading the stones left to right, the inscriptions are as follows:

     JOHN              CYRENE                ANDREW
     McARTHUR          BAILEY                McARTHUR
     1st LIEUT         1811                  1783
     REV WAR           1813                  1812
     1742              DAUGHTER OF           HIS WIFE
     1816              REV PHINAES           SARAH
     HIS WIFE          AND                   CHENEY
     MARGARET          JANET M BAILEY
     AIKEN

West Hill Cemetery

From the intersection of VT Route 110 and VT Route 113 in the center of Chelsea villagego south on VT Route 110 about 2-1/4 miles to East Randolph Road on right. Turn onto East Randolph Road and go about 1-1/10 mile to Brook Road on right. Turn onto Brook Road and go about 3-9/10 miles to the intersection of Williamstown Road and Bradshaw Crossroad. The cemetery is at this intersection.

Wiggins Cemetery

This cemetery will require the assistance of someone from Chelsea who has a knowledge of the location. It appears to be in a wooded area about 1/3 mile from Moore Road. There might be an unimproved access road leading to the cemetery

Wills Cemetery

This cemetery will require the assistance of someone from Chelsea who has a knowledge of the location. It appears to be in a wooded area about 1/3 mile from Klondike Road. There might be an unimproved access road leading to the cemetery

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