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Belding Cemetery
Moretown, Washington County, Vermont

Contributed. by Randy Lilley, Sep 07, 2000 [rlilley@aol.com]. Total records = 6.

For lookups of cemeteries and death dates: Copies of the book titled Duxbury &Moretown Cemetery Inscriptions, Washington County, VT can be viewed at the
VOCA--VT Old Cemetery Association
GSV-- Genealogical Society. Of VT
VHS- Vt. Historical Society

Copies of the cemetery book may also be purchased from Robert Morse (Rmorse@aol.com ). Address: 550 Coburn Rd., Plainfield, Vt. 05667, phone (802)454-8526 or from Randy Lilley (Rlilley@aol.com). The book contains 19 cemeteries and the cost is $25 for the book, the price includes shipping.

The Belding Cemetery is a small, originally private cemetery located in Moretown, on Route 100, 3/10 of a mile north of its junction with Route 100B, 75 yards north of the road on the edge of the woods.

Transcribed by Robert Morse, August 1999

Belding, David, b. in Swanzey, N.H. Oct 10,1785, d. in Moretown, Vt. Jan 6, 1860
Belding, John, d. Sept 5, 1859, age 35yrs.
Belding, Josie Matilda, b. in Barnard Vt. Dec 16, 1813, d. in Moretown, Vt., Jan. 9, 1865
Belding, William Louden, d. Mar 21, 1844, age 27yr 9mo.
Berilla B., w/o George Jones, d. Jun 2, 1850, age 38yrs.
Florinda F., w/o David Belding, b. in Barnard, Vt. Mar. 18,1793, d. in Moretown, Vt. Dec 12, 1880

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