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Leach Cemetery
E. Fairfield, Franklin County, Vermont

Lat: 44°50'27"N, Lon: 072°56'31"W

This is not a complete listing of burials! The records below were provided by contributors to Cemetery Records Online. Total records = 24.

Contributor's Index:

Barber, Helen J, b. 1853, d. 1930, w/o William R. Stratton, [JW]
Bradley, Lucy, b. 14 Jan 1888, d. 8 Aug 1965, nee Stratton, [JW]
Folton, Jefferson (Fulton), d. 10 Sep 1855, age: 49y, [JW]
Jones, David, d. 13 Dec. 1880, [JW]
Jones, Jacob, d. 18, Mar 1881, age: 91 yrs, [JW]
Leach, Amos, d. 25, Feb 1847, age: 81, [JW]
Leach, Betsy (Bradley), b. 19 Oct 1803, d. 22 Jan 1877, [JW]
Leach, Loyal, b. 28 Jan 1797, d. 25 Mar 1855, [JW]
Leach, Nellie Helen Pepper, d. 20 Nov 1843, age: 79, [JW]
McIntire, Connell, no dates, of Ireland, [JW]
McIntire, Maraia, no dates, of Ireland, [JW]
Meacham, Ernest G, d. 21 Oct 1886, s/o Elijah & Mary Meacham, age: 16 yrs, [JW]
Meacham, Ozias, d. 19 Mar 1849, age: 44 yrs 3 mos, [JW]
Platt, Bessie E, d. 14 Oct 1893, youngest d/o Robert & Elvira, age: 19yr, [JW]
Platt, Emma L., d. 31 Mar 1913, age: 40, w/o A F Flanders, [JW]
Platt, Robert, b. 7 Aug 1824, d. 16 Oct 1901, [JW]
Platt, Salina A, b. 1862, d. 1929, w/o Hiram Wright, [JW]
Platt, Sylvia J., d. 9 Apr 1886, age: 38, w/o Orange Taylor, [JW]
Poland, Charlotte, b. 5 Feb 1829, d. 24 Mar 1858, w/o Robert Platt, children buried with her, [JW]
Poland, Infants, no dates, children of Charlotte & Robert, [JW]
Stratton, Norman W., b. 1878, d. 1881, age: 3 yrs 6 mos, [JW]
Stratton, William R. , b. 1858, d. 1930, [JW]
Taylor, Orange, b. 9 Sep 1849, d. 7 Aug 1922, [JW]
Wright, Hiram, b. 1860, d. 1944, [JW]
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