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Nov. 16th, 2009

01:07 am - Cemeteries Completed for Find a Grave

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KILLINGTON: Church of Our Saviour Cemetery

MENDON: Old John Ripley Gravesite, *Tenney Cemetery

MIDDLEBURY: *Middlebury (West) Cemetery

PITTSFORD: Caleb Houghton Gravesite

PROCTOR: Old Charley Proctor Gravesite, *Riverside Cemetery, *Saint Dominic Cemetery, *South Street Cemetery

RUTLAND: *Cheney Hill Cemetery, *Grace Congregational Church Memorial Garden, House of Correction Cemetery, North Main Street Cemetery, Old Center Rutland Cemetery, *Trinity Episcopal Church Memorial Garden, West Street Catholic Cemetery, West Street Cemetery

WEST RUTLAND: *Sacred Heart Cemetery

* indicates still in use. Will check periodically for new burials.



GRANVILLE: Green Meeting House Cemetery



BRISTOL: Congregational Churchyard, St. Michael's Churchyard, *St. Michael's Memorial Garden

COVENTRY: Aaron Bowen Lot, Bissell-Whipple-Stone Lot, Mathewson Lot (photos only)

CRANSTON: King-Randall Lot, Thomas Andrews Lot, Uriah Eddy Lot

CUMBERLAND: Old Indian Cemetery, St. Patrick's Church

EAST GREENWICH: Baptist Burial Ground, Captain Samuel Fry Lot, Daniel Howland Lot, *St. Luke's Episcopal Churchyard (Columbarium only still in use)

MIDDLETOWN: Anthony Lot, Holy Cross Episcopal Cemetery

NEWPORT: First Sabbatarian Church Cemetery, *Friends Cemetery, John Clarke Cemetery, Newport Congregational Church Cemetery, St. Joseph's Cemetery

NORTH KINGSTOWN (WICKFORD): *St. Paul-Updike Cemetery, Wightman Lot, Young Lot

NORTH PROVIDENCE: Intervale Cemetery

PORTSMOUTH: Nichols Hassard Burial Ground

PROVIDENCE: *Dominican Community Cemetery, Locust Grove Cemetery

WARWICK: Arnold-Snow Lot, Gorton-Arnold Lot, Mowry-Knight-Mott Lot, Squire Millerd Lot, Thomas Taylor Lot

Those with a star beside their name are still in (very occasional) use and are only complete up until the time I left in Nov. 2007.



CHURCH HILL: *Manor Cemetery, St. Matthew’s Cemetery

JEFFERSON: *Jefferson Reformed Cemetery, Jefferson Union Cemetery, *Jefferson United Methodist Church Cemetery, *St. Paul’s Lutheran Cemetery

KEEDYSVILLE: Mount Carmel Church Cemetery

THURMONT: *Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church Cemetery

Those with a star beside their name are still in (occasional) use and are only complete up until the time I left in Dec. 2008.



LOVETTSVILLE: *African Methodist Episcopal Church Cemetery, Old Presbyterian Cemetery

Those with a star beside their name are still in (occasional) use and are only complete up until the time I left in Dec. 2008.



Specialized Plots I've Listed on Find a Grave

Antietam National Cemetery, Sharpsburg: Rhode Island plot
Lorraine Park Cemetery, Woodlawn: "Elks Rest" Baltimore Lodge #7 plot
Mount Olivet Cemetery, Frederick: Frederick County World War II plot
St. John's Cemetery, Frederick: Civil War plot

Forest Hills Cemetery, Jamaica Plain: Roxbury Soldiers Lot, *Boston Fire Dept. Lot (minus a few buried stones)

Gettysburg National Cemetery, Gettysburg: Connecticut, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island & Vermont plots

Rhode Island
Brayton Cemetery, Warwick: Civil War plot
Grace Church Cemetery, Providence: State Home School plot
Moshassuck Cemetery, Central Falls: Ballou Post G.A.R. plot
North Burial Ground, Providence: Prescott Post G.A.R. plot, Providence Police Association plot, "Elks Rest" Providence Lodge #14 plot, free ground (old stones laid flat)
St. Ann's Cemetery, Cranston: Station Night Club Fire plot

Calvary Cemetery, Rutland: *Sisters of St. Joseph plot
Evergreen Cemetery, Rutland: Civil War plot

Factory Point Cemetery, Manchester: Civil War plot
Green Hill Cemetery, Wallingford: Patriots Mound

* = still in use

Current Mood: accomplishedaccomplished


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From:Laurie Sutherland
Date:January 24th, 2012 12:34 am (UTC)

St Anns/Providence, RI: Randall Burying Ground

Thank you so much for photographing and developing memorials for my Randall ancestors, who are located in the Randall Burial Ground at the St Anns Cemetery. It is remarkable that you found them, and that their gravestones are still legible. In gratitude, Laurie
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