The Town of Stockbridge, Vermont
including the village of Gaysville

 

[CONCESSION- A Poem about the People of Stockbridge]
[The Cemeteries of Stockbridge, Vermont]
[Information on Stockbridge Cemeteries from the VermontOld Cemeteries Association (VOCA)]
[Map of Stockbridge Cemeteries from VOCA]
[List of Veterans buried in Stockbridge Cemeteries]
[List of Surnames of those buried in MaplewoodCemetery (1976)]
[BAKERfamily buried in Maplewood Cemetery]
[Listof Surnames of those buried in Mount Pleasant Cemetery (1919)]
[Listof Surnames of those buried in South Hill Cemetery (1970)]
[SouthHill Cemetery - A complete transcription of all stones (2002)]


[Cemetery Links]


 

STOCKBRIDGE CEMETERIES


Abbott Cemetery, established 1812; Approximately 160 headstones. Located on River  Road,
about 1.2 miles northeast from the village of Gaysville, at the junction of Abbott Road; at
Latitude:  434724N, Longitude:  0724103W
Abbott Family Cemetery in Gaysville, VT was researched by John R. Schroeder in 1998.
There is a complete transcription of all stones on John's site 

Alcorn Cemetery, also called Sylvester Cemetery , established in 1828; last burial in 1865.
      Approximately 13 stones, 6 have no inscription. Names included on stones are "A.D", "L.S.",
      "Fanny J.",   "Alphenus Darling","Nhebe Sylvester", "Noah Sylvester", and "Ella Sylvester"

Betsey Bartlett Grave, single burial, near the intersection of Route 107 and Route 100.
     located at Latitude:  434624N, Longitude:  0724534W


Maplewood Cemetery, established in 1796; located near Stockbridge Common,
     at Latitude:    434710N, Longitude:  0724521W
      A list of Surnames of those buried in Maplewood Cemetery was transcribed in 1976.

Mt. Pleasant - Ranney Cemetery, established in 1820;
      located off 107, about 1/2 way between the village of Gaysville and Stockbridge Common,
      at Latitude:  434521N, Longitude:  0724329W, (see map)
       A list of Surnames of those buried in Mt. Pleasant Cemetery was transcribed in 1919.

South Hill Cemetery, established in 1799; located in southwestern Stockbridge township,
      on South Hill Road at Latitude:  434426N, Longitude:  0724719W
      A list of Surnames of those buried in Maplewood Cemetery was transcribed in 1970.

Watkins Cemetery, about 3 miles south of South Hill Cemetery; contains 2 stones
       "Vine Watkins, June 13, 1835, aged 64" and "Sally, his wife Died Oct. 9, 1844 Aged 70"

STOCKBRIDGE CEMETERIES

The cemetery descriptions, locations and map, on this page, are taken from the book

Burial Grounds of Vermont and are posted here with the kind permission of the

Vermont Old Cemetery Association (VOCA).

STOCKBRIDGE     Windsor County Burials - Return to Cemeteries Menu  or Stockbridge, VT main page

First

Last

Used?

No. Graves

Remarks

1. Un-named

?

?

No

12

Poor-all field stones

2. Abbott

1812

1962

No

80

Very Good

3. Maplewood

1796

Yes

1500+

Good+

4. Alcorn

1828

1865

No

16

Good+

5. Betsy Bartlett

1787

1787

No

1

Very Good-d. 11-27-1787, 
age 52

6. Mt. Pleasant-Ranney

1820

Yes

200+

Very Good

7. South Hill

1799

1986

Seldom

150

Good+ several field stones

8.  Watkins (family)

1835

1844

No

2

Fair

9. Un-named

?

?

No

?

Abandoned

Location Descriptions for the above numbered cemeteries are below.

 

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1. Near old mill site, northeast of Abbott cemetery near Bethel town line

2. West side of the back road to Bethel, just northeast of a road junction

3. Stockbridge Common, near the post office

4. West side of Vt. 107, on the north edge of Gaysville village, near Alcorn mill

5. South side of Vt. 100, about .1 mile east of the junction with Vt. 107, near Annabelle's Restaurant

6. South off Vt. 107 on Taggart Hill Road

7. On top of South Hill, .1 mile south of the junction of Pittsfield and Stockbridge roads

8. Uncertain, but reportedly about 3 miles southeast of South Hill Cemetery

9. Uncertain; old-timers indicate a small cemetery somewhere near the Sherburne-Stockbridge town line,
off a branch of Stony Brook

Originally prepared by:  Queenie C. Bird, Stockbridge, Vt., October 1973; updated by Arthur Hyde, Bradford,
Vt., September, 1990; The cemetery descriptions, locations and map are posted here with the kind permission
of the Vermont Old Cemetery Association (VOCA).

 

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