Tunbridge, Vermont - Home Page
Welcome to the Tunbridge, 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.
Links to external web sites are being provided as a convenience and for informational purposes only; they do not constitute an endorsement or approval of any of the products, services or opinions contained in any external web site. Please direct your research questions to the appropriate Town Offices as listed on the town pages or to the Vermont State Archives and Records Administration at Vermont State Archives
Villages and hamlets in Tunbridge include: North Tunbridge, South Tunbridge, and Tunbridge.
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 Tunbridge, visit their website at: Town of Tunbridge
For current information for the court, visit their website at:
Orange County Probate Court
The society promotes Tunbridge's history through preservation of artifacts and documents , research, and field trips. Public programs are held in the spring, summer, and fall. Past projects include Tunbridge Village Historic District highways signs, historic building date signs, and signs for 20 town cemeteries. Visitors by appointment.
Tunbridge is a choice town. While it appears that no student is enrolled in Randolph schools, most high school students choose to attend South Royalton, Sharon Academy, or Chelsea schools.
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.
Following is a list of all cemeteries in Tunbridge with directions as to how to reach each one. Photos of the cemeteries are also provided. Please click on the image to see a full size view. Special thanks go to Mr. Euclid Farnham of Tunbridge for his assistance in locating Tunbridge cemeteries.