Fairlee, 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|
|Fairlee Village||1802||In Use||300+||43.91528||-72.13250|
|Whiting Family ***||???||???||3||43.95556||-72.16917|
** - Abandoned, local residents might know location. GPS locations are approximate only.Use the center of Fairlee village as your starting point for the Brushwood and Whiting Family cemeteries.
From US Route 5 in Fairlee village, turn right onto Lake Morey Road. Go under the interstate and continue for 2.9 miles passing Lake Morey on your right. At the “T” intersection turn left onto Brushwood Road and go about 1.8 miles to Millpond Road on the right. Turn right and go about 1-1/4 miles. Brushwood Cemetery is said to be close to the road on the left.
An alternate approach is from Bradford’s Brook Road. Go south on Brushwood Road about 9/10 mile. The cemetery should be close to the road on the right.
From the junction of US Route 5 and Lake Morey Road in Fairlee village, go south of US Route 5 about 2-1/4 miles. Turn right onto Bragg Hill Road and watch for the cemetery on your left after going under the I91 Interstate
From the junction of US Route 5 and Lake Morey Road in Fairlee village, go north of US Route 5 about 1-1/4 miles. The cemetery is above the bank on the left.
From the Brushwood Cemetery, go south on Brushwood Road about 9/10 mile. The VOCA book says there is a small clearing with a very small brook crossing the road through an old stone culvert. The VOCA book says to go upstream about 140 yards where there will be some ledges on the right of the stream. On top of these ledges there are three graves marked with field stones with four iron posts with colored tape. I must make a survey trip to locate these.