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Town of St. George

Town of St. George

The little town in the heart of Chittenden County, Vermont

The little town in the heart of Chittenden County, Vermont

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Cemetery Commisison Documents

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Cemetery Commission

 

The first colonial family arrived in the town of St. George in 1784. How and when the cemetery was established is not known. The earliest settlers may have held a town meeting, as Essex did, or possibly the need arose, and the place was determined by informal consensus. The earliest memorial stone is that of Loyre Higbe who died in 1793 at nine years of age.

 

The present cemetery is about an acre in size. St. George may be the only town in Chittenden County still using its colonial cemetery. It is maintained by an elected board of three cemetery commissioners. Hours are dawn to dusk.

 

Board of Cemetery Commissioners:

 

  • Mary Alice Favro
  • Brian Vaughan
  • Richard Kalagher

 

Reports

  • For a copy of the Cemetery Bylaws <click here>
  • For a cemetery work order for corner posts <click here>
  • For a cemetery work order for memorials and marker stones <click here>
  • For a cemetery work order for internment <click here>
  • For more information contact the St. George Town Office at (802) 482-5272

 

Click Here to E-mail the Cemetery Commission:  Cemetery_Group@stgeorgevermont.com

Location: 21 Barber Road, St. George VT, 05495

Mailing Address: 21 Barber Road, St. George VT, 05495

 

Town Office Hours:

8:00 am to 2:00 pm Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday

4:30 pm to 6:30 pm Thursday

Closed Friday

 

Tel:     802-482-5272

Fax:    802-482-5548

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