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RE: VT Cemeteries
That would be Hartland Village Cemetery in Hartland, Windsor VT
Added by LadyGoshen on Mar 25, 2014 10:36 AM
RE: White River Junction
If you ever get up this way, I'm more than happy to be your (cemetery) guide. I've met some wonderful people from far and wide how have come to visit their ancestors. Is there anyone else you're looking for?
Added by LadyGoshen on Mar 25, 2014 9:27 AM
RE: White River Junction
hello. You have every right to be confused--and you're not the only one. There is constant confusion around the cemeteries in White River Junction and they're not properly sorted out on FindAGrave (or anywhere else for that matter). In a nutshell:

White River Junction is a village in Hartford. Hartford comprises several villages, so it's not wrong to say your ancestors were buried in Hartford. More precisely they were buried in White River Junction.

South End Cemetery was originally a small (and old) cemetery--one of the original cemeteries. The Catholic church started a cemetery right next to it (St Anthony's) and over the years, where one ends and the other begins has blurred. St Anthony's and South End are one in the same and it's located on South Main Street in White River Junction.

There is another cemetery called Mount Olivet Cemetery located on Route 5. Mt Olivet is often (mistakenly) called St Anthony's and Google and other mapping sites have the Mt Olivet location tagged as St Anthony's.

I hope this clear things up for you. Please let me know if there's anything else I can do.
Added by LadyGoshen on Mar 25, 2014 7:40 AM

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