Orange, Vermont Cemeteries
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|Name||First Burial||Last Burial||# of Graves||° Latitude||° Longitude|
|Brook Haven||1981||In Use||10||44.14667||-72.39806|
|East Orange||1831||In Use||300||44.14560||-72.34140|
|Village Center||1806||In Use||300+||44.15472||-72.39972|
About 1/4 mile east on US Route 302 from the Town Offices there is a driveway to the right. This appears to be the entrance to the cemetery but will need to be verified.
From the intersection of US Route 302 and TV Route 25, go west about 1/10 mile to Clement Road on the right. The cemetery appears to be about 3/10 mile up this road.
Going west on US Route 302 through Orange, there will be a couple of downhill turns before the road levels out. On the right there will be a road towards Plainfield and it may be signed as Reservoir Road. About 2-3/4 miles up this road (you will have passed the Barre Reservoir) take the left fork. It may be signed as Bisson Road. Go up this road about 1-1/10 miles to a four way intersection. This is Cutler's Corners and the cemetery should be visible.
The best approach to East Orange seems to be from VT Route 25. From the intersection of US Route 302 and VT Route 25, go south about 3-1/10 miles to West Topsham then another 1-1/2 miles to the East Orange turn. Turn onto the East Orange road and go for about 1-1/2 miles to East Orange. The cemetery is about 200 feet north of the church.
From East Orange village, go north on Fish Pond Road about 1/2 mile to Rock Pl. Go up Rock Pl about 1/10 mile up this road. The cemetery is on the righthand side of the road immediately past a house on the right..
From the intersection of US Route 302 and VT Route 25 go west on US Route 302 about 1-1/2 miles to Riddell Pond Road. Turn left onto Riddell Pond Road and go about 1/2 mile to Peake Cemetery Road. Peake Cemetery Road appears to be abandoned and would require a four wheel drive vehicle to navigate. The cemetery is thought to be about 1/4 mile into the woods near this road.
From East Orange village, go north on Fish Pond Road about 1/2 mile to Rock Pl. Stay to the right on Fish Pond Road for another 8/10 mile.The cemetery is on the lefthand side of the road and down a slight embankment. There is one gravestone for a Samuel Richardson, who died 1837, his wife Mary Folsom, who died 1839, and their son, James, who died 1824. All three death certificates refer to the cemetery as the "Fish Pond" cemetery.
Going west on US Route 302 through Orange, there will be a couple of downhill turns before the road levels out. On the right there will be a road towards Plainfield and it may be signed as Reservoir Road. About 2-3/4 miles up this road (you will have passed the Barre Reservoir) take the right fork. This is still Reservoir Road. Go up this road about 1-2/10 miles to Smith Road on the right. Burial site is near 164 Smith Road.
George Street should be directly across from the Town Offices in Orange. Go north on George Street for about 1/2 mile to the cemetery.