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Walden,
Caledonia County, Vermont

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Walden lies in the western part of Caledonia county. Villages and hamlets include: Walden, North Walden, South Walden, The Four Corners and Walden Heights.

It is believed that the first non-native inhabitants of Walden were a small garrison under command of a man named Walden, who was left in charge of the block-house built by General HAZEN, through the winter of 1779-80, and it is said that from him the town derived its name. (Hamilton Child, p. 357).

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VITAL RECORDS

Early Birth, Marriage and Death records may be requested from the town clerk of the town in which an event occurred. Please contact the specific clerk for current instructions and fees.

 

Walden Town Clerk: 12 VT Route 215 - West Danville, VT 05873  Phone: (802) 563-2220.

 

For more recent records and alternate resources for Vermont Vital Records, visit this link.

 

 

CEMETERIES

Walden, Vermont area cemeteries include:

  Folsom Cemetery, (4 graves near Stevens Hill) - Find A Grave Folsom memorials

  Greensboro Bend Cemetery, aka Orton Cemetery, aka Stevens Cemetery - Find A Grave memorials

  Houston Hill Cemetery - Find A Grave memorials

  North Walden Cemetery - Find A Grave memorials

  Noyesville Cemetery - Find A Grave memorials

  Perkins Cemetery - Find A Grave memorials (14 graves)

  Stebbins Lot Cemetery (located on Cobb Road, in eastern Walden) - Find A Grave memorial Grave of Brainerd STEBBINS

  Stevens Hill Cemetery; - Find A Grave memorials

  South Walden Cemetery, aka Walden Cemetery - Find A Grave memorials

  Walden Heights Cemetery - Find A Grave memorials

 

 

CENSUS

  Note:  Vermont joined the Union in March, 1791, so its 1790 census was actually taken in 1791.  Caledonia County was formed from Orange County in 1792, so look for Caledonia County residents among those for Orange County, Vermont. 

  1790 Census (familysearch.org)

  1800 Census (familysearch.org)

  1810 Census (familysearch.org)

  1820 Census (familysearch.org)

  1830 Census (familysearch.org)

  1840 Census (familysearch.org)

  1850 Census (familysearch.org)

  1860 Census (familysearch.org)

  1870 Census (familysearch.org)

  1880 Census Index - Excellent resource!!! (familysearch.org)

  1900 Census (familysearch.org)

  1910 Census (familysearch.org)

  1920 Census (familysearch.org)

  Obtaining EDs for the 1930 Census in One Step (Large Cities), by Stephen P. Morse, PhD, Joel D. Weintraub, PhD and David R. Kehs, PhD

  1930 Census (familysearch.org)

  1940 Census (familysearch.org)

  USGenWeb Census Project for Vermont, coordinated by Linda Talbott

  NARA: National Archives and Records Administration

o   The Genealogy Page.

o   About Census Records

o   Clues in Census Records, 1790-1840

o   Clues in Census Records, 1850-1930

o   Indian Census Rolls

o   Non-population Census Records

o   Prologue, Spring 1996, Vol. 28, No. 1, "First in the Path of the Firemen" The Fate of the 1890 Population Census, by Kellee Blake.


 

 

MAPS

 

  1875 Map of Walden, Caledonia County, Vermont

 


 

HISTORY of Walden, Vermont

 


 

 

 

 

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