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St. Johnsbury, Vt Genealogy
St. Johnsbury, VT
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This cemetery was transcribed and
compiled by Dave Warden in 2005
from the Cemetery's
RECORD OF INTERNMENTS book.
[sometimes refered to as the REGISTER]
He has generously donated this listing to the
Northeast Kingdom Genealogy web page.


SECTIONS OF THE BARNET CENTER CEMETERY
Original section has no section designation − only Lot/Row

East Side
− E.S. − Lot
North Side
− N.S. − our new section − has Row/Grave [no lots,
    sold by individual grave, maybe buy a block of them].
Potters Field
− which has mostly been usurped by former ministers -
    so part of it has been assigned E.S. lot numbers
South Side
− N.S. − Lot
West Side
− W.S. − Lot




LOCATION - is in Remarks - & refers to the
number of feet from the South line of the lot
- with exceptions - for burials stating in 1883.
Dates that have a small c after the date are
calculated dates.

Bold is information NOT evident in the burial entry nor gravestone.

Female names in ( ) are maiden and then former married names.
Abreviations-
BH − History of Barnet, by F. P. Wells 1923
Cal (or C.R.) Caledonian newspaper, published in St. Johnsbury VT
GMP − Green Mountain Patriot newspaper, published in Peacham VT
HJW diary − Horace James Warden''s diary
LCW − Laura Charlotte (Lackie) Warden (2nd wife of HJW)
MH − History of Monroe, NH by Johnson
N.S. − North Star newspaper, published in Danville VT
OIS − Orleans Independent Standard newspaper, published in Orleans county VT
P of P − People of Peacham by Watts & Choate
RH     − History of Ryegate, by Miller & Wells
Watchman newspaper, published in Montpelier VT


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