Halifax, Windham County, Vermont Genealogy

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Quick History




Several of the cemeteries in Halifax have more than one name.  For consistancey - each of the cemeteries will be listed under the name it has been given by the Vermont Old Cemetery Association (VOCA).  If a cemetery is known by any other name it be noted.

Bascom Cemetery - south side of Collins Road on old trail

Halifax Center Cemetery - on the north side of Jacksonville Stage Road

Hall Cemetery - off Tony Hanson Road on private drive

Hatch Road Cemetery - Hatch School Road

Also known as - Hatch Cemetery2

Prouty Cemetery - on Thomas Hill Road, north side, across the road from the Thomas Hill Cemetery

Taylor-Stacy Cemetery - near the junction of Hatch School Road and Butterfield Road

Also known as - Stacy Cemetery1 and Taylor Cemetery2

Thomas Hill Cemetery - on Thomas Hill Road, south side, across the road from the Prouty Cemetery

Also known as - Stanclift Cemetery2

Thomas Hill-Bell-Phelps Cemetery - on Thomas Hill Road, near the intersection of Thomas Hill Road & Hale Road

Also known as - Phelps-Bell Cemetery1 and Thomas Cemetery2

West Halifax Cemetery - at the north end of West Halifax Village, at the end of a short dirt road, behind some homes

1Cemetery name comes from the book, Halifax, VT Church, Town and Misc. Records by Ruby Brufee Austin (1989)

2Cemetery name comes from a Map; Historical Homes and Sites of Halifax, Vermont produced by the Halifax Historical     Society Society with the assistance of the Windham Regional Commission, Brattleboro, Vermont (2002)


Halifax Historical Society