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Mississquoi Cemetery
Enosburgh Falls, Franklin County, Vermont

Lat: 44°54'30"N, Lon: 72°47'53"W

Contributed by Theodore C. Hemenway Sr, Mar 03, 2002 [humbird@pshift.com]. Total records = 919.

Coming into Enosburgh Falls from the west on Rt. 105 (main road, state highway) enter Enosburgh to a full stop. You have to turn l or R. Turn left through town and turn right on upper side of park onto Mississquoi Street. Continue on this street until you run out of houses and the cemetery is on your left.

The Mississquoi Cemetery is located within the village of Enosburgh Falls, Vermont. It is one of the largest of nine cemeteries.

I have compiled this from the card file of the Mississquoi Cemetery. The cemetery was surveyed in the late 1800's by a man named Dow. In 1954 the cemetery was resurveyed by a man named Buck. I borrowed the card files to compile this list and found there are two card files, one with dates and the other without. I tried to copy the names and dates to the best of my ability. However, there were some conflicting information between the two files. Though minor, they need to be mentioned.

The cemetery is well kept with an active association and has enough money to maintain the grounds and stones in fair shape.

- Theodore C. Hemenway Sr.

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