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Pond Cemetery
Fairfield, Franklin County, Vermont

Lat: 44° 51' 40"N, Lon: 73° 00' 10"W

West of Fairfield Pond near Swanton line, Fairfield, Vermont. This is on private property, so one should get permission to visit from the farm owner.

This is not a complete listing of burials! The records below were provided by contributors to Cemetery Records Online. Total records = 19.

Contributor's Index:

Kittell, Phebe Cole, b. 1783, d. Aug 10, 1843, s/w Sylvester, [LD]
Kittell, Sylvester , b. 1772, d. Aug 18, 1851, s/w Phebe Cole, [LD]
Ovitt, Alvira Sweet, d. 27 Jan 1899, age 77y 10m, w/o Silas B Ovitt, [JH]
Ovitt, Artie P, d. 13 Oct 1881, age 1y 5m 9d, s/o O B & Phebe Ovitt, [JH]
Ovitt, Eunice Almira, d. 01 May 1866, age 30y, w/o Nelson Ovitt, [JH]
Ovitt, Girtie, d. 14 Aug 1873, age 12m?d, d/o O B & Phebe Ovitt, [JH]
Ovitt, Lucinda, d. 17 Apr 1853, age 28y, w/o Silas B. Ovitt, [JH]
Ovitt, Mary, d. 14 Aug 187?, age 73y11m, w/o Silas Ovitt, [JH]
Ovitt, Olive D, d. 15 Mar 1881, age 46y, w/o Samuel Perry, [JH]
Ovitt, Olive, d. 19 Oct 1833, age 43y, w/o Silas Ovit, [JH]
Ovitt, Silas B, d. 16 Nov 1876, age 59y 11m, [JH]
Ovitt, Silas, d. 13 Jan 1864, age 74y, s/o John Ovit Sr, [JH]
Sweet, Archie P., d. Apr 04 1906, 24y 3m 14d, s/o Curtis & Ella Sweet Sweet, [LD]
Sweet, Charlotte Perry, b. May 12, 1819 d. Sep 2, 1878, w/o William Sweet, [LD]
Sweet, Curtis A., b. 1856, d. 1933, [LD]
Sweet, Ella, d. Apr 04, 1904 age 49y 3m 22d, w/o Curtis Sweet, d/o Perry & Mary Kittell Sweet, [LD]
Sweet, Mary Kittell, d. Sep 13, 1895, age: 77y 3m 7d, w/o Perry Sweet, d/o Sylvester Kittell, [LD]
Sweet, Perry, d. Jan 6, 1898, age: 76y 2m 13d, [LD]
Sweet, William , b. Mar 21, 1811, d. Dec 22, 1890, s/w Charlotte Perry, [LD]

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