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Heidi
Sand Hill Cemetery - Underhill, VT
Hello,
I live in Connecticut, and I am a volunteer helping to locate and document the graves of Vermont Civil War soldiers. We have 3 gentlemen at Sand Hill Cemetery. I read the description on Find a Grave which states that the cemetery is surrounded by private property and is not visible from the road. I would like photos of the 3 grave markers for these gentlemen, but when I tried to visit the cemetery this past weekend, I couldn't figure out how to get to it! How do I access this cemetery? Do I need permission to cross private property? I'm asking because I see that you have visited this cemetery in the past. Any assistance you can give me will be greatly appreciated!
Heidi
Added by Heidi on Sep 04, 2014 5:08 PM
Timothy Grosvenor
RE: grosvenor stones
Dear Flask,
If you would send them to me, I would appreciate it. My e-mail is timlynn@rtcol.com

Thank You,
Timothy L. Grosvenor

Added by Timothy Grosvenor on Nov 24, 2013 4:33 AM
Timothy Grosvenor
RE: leicester grosvenor
Dear Flask,

Thank You for your time and effort. I have copies of the other Grosvenor's in the cemetery - Leicester's wife - Esther, his son - Theophilus, and his wiffe - Bathsheba. The unreadable stone could be wante remains of Leicester's stone.
Thanks again,
Timothy L. Grosvenor
Added by Timothy Grosvenor on Nov 23, 2013 6:13 PM
ArmyMike67
Hiram Harrington
Flask,
Feel free to contact me @ mharrington15@comcast.net I really appreciate any scrap of information you can supply in my quest to track my lineage. I, and others in the family, believe our ancestors came from England, but there were Harrington's in England, Ireland and Scotland. Thanks, Mike
Added by ArmyMike67 on Jul 26, 2013 1:26 PM
ArmyMike67
RE: hiram harrington
The photo of his wife's grave stone is unreadable from the years of weather. There is little information available on her as well. She was born in Vt. That is about all the info I have on her. Mike
Added by ArmyMike67 on Jul 26, 2013 7:47 AM
ArmyMike67
RE: hiram harrington
Flask,
First of all, thank you for looking at the cemetery and writing in response of your search. I am stuck like chuck with my search of my forefathers. The information I have is that Hiram (my 4th Great Grandfather)died on the same day as his wife, 25 Jan. 1840. That information came from Ancestry dot com. His wife's name was Rhoda Blinn, born in 1811 (a pic of her grave is on the web). Unfortunately, I have no date of birth on Hiram. Hiram and Rhoda had 4 children, Charlotte, Edward, Ella and Hiram. Not sure what the big draw to name boys Hiram was back then, but there are so many in the generations of my family tree that it gets confusing. Do you live in the Burlington area or just visiting? I have gotten some court records sent to me from there on a different generation of Harrington's, but the court records keepers don't have time to dig for records, they will only retrieve and send the ones that show up on their electronic database. Thanks for your time! Mike
Added by ArmyMike67 on Jul 25, 2013 8:56 AM
Paula Towne McRonald
Mary Green Haniford
Died 18 Apr 1864 Underhill. Her father was Jonathan Green, and mother Mary Clough. Just found death certificate.
Added by Paula Towne McRonald on Jun 28, 2013 6:37 PM
Paula Towne McRonald
I don't have an e mail address for you.
Just this....so,

Robert Haniford b. 10 Sep 1767 in Canterbury, Merrimack, New Hampshire, United States, died 6 Sep 1868 (age 100 yrs, 11 mo, 26 days)

Abiah (?) Haniford b. Sep 1770, died between 1840 and 1850 If death certificate available....do let me know and I will order one!!!!!

The family lived in Enfield, NH before 1820 or so...I believe Mary Green, Nathaniel's wife was born there as well. (a Peter Green listed in Census report 1810 as living nearby so I assume is Mary's father)....They married about 1816.
I'm hoping her death certificate if available has her father's name at least on it. And do let me know so I can order one!!!


She was living at the time of Capt Nathaniel's death in 1862.


Their son, my ancestor, Theophilus Green Haniford was born in Underhill 11 Jan 1823. Died elsewhere.
Added by Paula Towne McRonald on Jun 28, 2013 2:26 PM
Paula Towne McRonald
Nathaniel's wife was a Green
Mary or Nancy. Died after 1850 I think. I know, not much info but I'm still working on her's. I think she was either the daughter of Peter Green son of Ebenezer greene and Ann Arnold OR Jonathan Green and Mary French. The later seems more likely. I mean great neice of Benedict Arnold would likely be records of her and such. So....anyway. Mary Green(e) Haniford born about 1789....Thanks!!!
Added by Paula Towne McRonald on Jun 28, 2013 12:10 PM
Paula Towne McRonald
RE: Thank you!!
I just posted the death certificate for Robert Hanniford on his memorial which I just attached to Nathaniel's.....says Underhill so I'd say quite likely to be somewhere! He was over 100 years old so I'd say is likely to be noted. Also wife Abiah is supposedly buried in area as well. If you come across a Jackens or Jackson or Jackins Haniford/Hannaford/Hanaford let me know!
Added by Paula Towne McRonald on Jun 28, 2013 12:05 PM
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