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Prouty Cemetery
Franklin, Franklin County, Vermont

Lat: 44° 59' 54"N, Lon: 72° 52' 02"W

Contributed by Ted Hemenway Sr, Jul 30, 2006 [enosbird@yahoo.com]. Total records = 11.

The Prouty Cemetery is located about one half mile north of Lake Carmi on the Gallup Road at the intersection of the Middle Road. It is in the Southwest section of this four corners.

It has no association but is in good condition, thanks to Patty Jo Lothian who takes care of several small cemeteries in the Franklin area. The names are taken from the stones that exist today. Nothing can be added from Burial Records as all burials are prior to when the Burial Records were started. A person could ask where the Prouty family are buried. One�can only guess.

I walked and read this cemetery in July of 2006. This includes all existing and legible stones and markers.

- Ted Hemenway Sr

Anderson, Edger, d. Apr 19 1864, age: 22yr, Veteran
Elrich, Chancey, d. 27 Jan 1864, 23 years old, Killed Bradley Sta Va, Veteran
Elrich, Henry, d. Oct 23 1861, 2 years old
Elrich, Mary, d. 20 Sep 1860, 16yr, Dau of __ & Sarah Elrich
Jones, Joseph, d. Feb 18 1864, Co D 6th Vt. Vols Brandley St. Va. 23 years
Loyd, Mary Electa, d. May 1856, Dau of A. & T. Loyd.
Loyd, Orange Scott, d. 19 Mar 1858, age: 5 years, 7 mo, 14 days Son of A. & T. Loyd
Pember, John, d. Feb 14 1868, Age 15y, 2m, 25d.
Safford, Catherine Elrick, b. 3 Jan 1835, d. 30 Aug 1875, Wife of Horace Safford
Safford, Horace, d. Jun 1864, 30y, Killed at Coal Harbor, Va. Veteran
Safford, Hubbert, d. 1858, Son of Horace & Catherine Safford 3 weeks

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