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Burial Information For Quaker Cemeteries in Lincoln, Addison, Vermont
Posted by: Ralph Baslow Jr. (ID *****3212) Date: June 18, 2003 at 20:51:47
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Seeking burial information/lists for the two Quaker cemeteries in Lincoln, Vermont. The first is Lee Cemetery, on Quaker St., just north of Lincoln Village, and immediately adjacent to Maple Cemetery. Originally, this was a Quaker cemetery. Many stones are gone, and some burials never got stones. The second Quaker Cemetery, further north on Quaker St, is several hundred yards through fields and woods to the east of Quaker Street. There are some good stones, but most have deteriorated badly, plus many that were slate or fieldstone markers without inscriptions.

While I am looking for lists (that the town does not have), I am particularly interested in locating the burial sites of 1) Nathaniel BARNARD and his wife Susan SLOAN, 2) Jeremiah DOW and his wife Polly "Molly" ROBERTS, 3) Jeremiah DOW, Jr. and his wife Phoebe BARNARD, and 4) Francis CLARK, aka Francis LIVINGSTON, a blacksmith killed by lightning in 1859, and his wife Melinda DURFEE.

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