Topsham, Vermont - Home Page
Welcome to the Topsham, Vermont web site. Please note that this site is designed primarily for use by genealogists and is not intended to be the official town site.
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Villages and hamlets in Topsham include: East Topsham, Topsham Four Corners, Waits River, and West Topsham.
It should be noted that Town Clerks as a rule no longer will perform research but will assist researchers when they visit the town offices.
For current information for the court, visit their website at:
Orange County Probate Court
The nearest public library is the Blake Memorial Library in East Corinth. See the Corinth pages for details.
Mailing Address: PO Box 64, East Topsham, VT 05076
Phone: (802) 439-6339
Contact: Bill Hodge, President
There is no established museum, events are announced at meetings held the third Thursday each month. Visitors by appointment.
Census reporting ends with the 1820 census. There were over 50 separate items of data gathered in the 1830 census. That fact and that names are not in alphabetical order make it impractical to report later years.1790 Orange County
Topsham United Presbyterian Church
Site under development
Topsham United Presbyterian Church, PO Box 61, Topsham, VT 05076
Phone: 802-993-5560, Rev. Albert Collins, Pastor
West Topsham Community Church Inc, 88 East Orange Road, West Topsham, VT 05086
It appears all students go to school in nearby towns.
Digging Deep Unearthing the Mysteries of Burial and Cemetery Laws
Orange County Cemeteries Courtesy of Paul DesTroismaisons and Janice Boyko. Some listings of interments and GoogleMaps.
The first two photos are of the trail going to the cemetery. The third photo is of the area to the south. The final three photos are of the cemetery.
The first photo shows the trail that must be climbed. The remaining photos are of the cemetery itself.
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