Civil War veteran Truman Wilcox tombstone.

Old section of the Holman Cemetery. Family surnames: Thomas, Titus, Brown and Martin.

 

Liberty and Chloe Stockwell. Liberty was born in 1776.

A view of the Holman Cemetery.

Reuben Everts tombstone.

A view of West Salisbury Cemetery.

Samuel Taylor tombstone.

Civil War Veteran Orson Thomas and his wife Eliza.

A view of the Village Cemetery.

Bump and Applebee families.

Nabby Cooper, who died in 1796, is buried approximately 80 yards southwest of the Holman Cemetery near the powerline. A path leads to her gravesite through the woods.

Eliza Brush Holman and her five children. Last four children died in 1863, three ages 9, 11, and 14 within ten days in December. Eliza died three years later at age 41.

A memorial to Watson Beach, Lt. 5th Vermont Infantry - Co. F, killed in the Wilderness Battle on May 5th, 1863.

Weeks and Clarke families tombstones.

Gravestone of Lettie Rockwood buried in the Town Line Cemetery.

Tragedy devastated the Bridport community on August 24th, 1834 as nine people, mostly teenagers, drown while attempting to swim across Lake Champlain. Eight of the drowning victims are buried in the Town Line Cemetery as note on this monument. The lost lives were: John Balch age 40, Darius Picket, 24, John Annel, 22, Harry Bloomfield, 19, Charlotte Derby, 18, Hannah Eldridge, 16, Perry Vanvart, 16, Hannah Baker, 14, and Eliza Morgan (age unknown). Two swimmers, J.Y. Drew and C.G. Bloomfield were saved.

Gravestone of Joseph Eldridge buried in the Town Line Cemetery.

Monument and gravesites of the children of Aiken and Mary Dukett. Disease struck the Dukett family taking the lives of six of their children within a 20 day period from May 30th to June 18th of 1863. Lost were Amelia age 17, Mary 15, Helen 7, Isabeel 6, Margarette 4, and Barbary age 2.

Gravestones of Ira and Dorinda Sunderland Dayton buried in the Pine Hill Cemetery. Ira was a veteran of the Mexican War.

 

View of Town Line Cemetery in Bridport, Vermont.

Andrew Julian Baker gravestone in West Salisbury Cemetery. Julius B. and Rose Baker stone in background.

Gravestones of Anna, Hiram, Wait and Nathan Smith buried in the Pine Hill Cemetery.

Henry and Alice Wemitt Baker gravestone in West Salisbury Cemetery.

View of Pine Hill Cemetery in Bridport.

Monument in memory of Vermont Governor John E. Weeks and his wife, Hattie Dyer Weeks, buried in the West Salisbury Cemetery. Served as Governor from 1927 to 1931.

Monument in memory of Vermont Governor John E. Weeks and his wife, Hattie Dyer Weeks, buried in the West Salisbury Cemetery. Served as Governor from 1927 to 1931.

View of Town Line Cemetery in Bridport