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Vermont's Pre-WWII military burials

According to Wikipedia, The Works Progress Administration (WPA; renamed in 1939 as the Work Projects Administration) was an American New Deal agency, employing millions of people (mostly unskilled men) to carry out public works projects.

One of those was a Graves Registration project in Vermont, a survey of military burials in Vermont prior to World War II, completed sometime in the late 1930s. The results of this survey are hundreds of 3x5 index cards in a filing cabinet in the main reading room at the Vermont Historical Society's Library in Barre. The cards are backed up by eight boxes of material that detail the projects with details of sources used, sometimes maps of cemeteries, etc., and a backup set of the index cards.

The following contain examples of cards in the index that we used when records show the gravesites were not marked, or when we were unable to further identify a final resting place.

Allen, Charles

Austin, Franklin L.

Avery, Seymour Landon

Bagley, Moses O.

Baker, Albert N.

Balch, Leonard

Balch, William D.

Bartlett, George W.

Barton, Austin

Bashaw, Lewis

Batchelder, Byron A.

Batchelder, John D.

Bates, Peter N.

Battles, Luther

Beckwith, Orrin L.

Bell, Alonzo H.

Bellows, Franklin

Bennett, Alexander

Bennett, Amos N.

Bennett, Willard K.

Benson, William Harrison

Billings, Charles D.

Bingham, Peter

Bixby, Orville

Blodgett, Charles O.

Bordo, Julius Jr.

Bridge, Sereno

Brown, Josiah Jr.

Brown, Moses F.

Brunell, George

Bugbee, Charles

Bullock, Thaddeus S.

Burke, John

Burke, Walter

Burnham, Henry P.

Burroughs, William H.

Burt, Arunah

Bush, Aaron V.

Bush, Peter

Bushnell, Matthias

Butterfield, Henry Jr.

Butterfield, Joseph Edwin

Cain, John

Campbell, Bertrand D.

Canedy, John C.

Capron, Freeman

Carey, Benjamin

Carleton, Newell

Carpenter, Cyrus C.

Carpenter, Edmund

Carpenter, Nathan B.

Caswell, George S.

Chadwick, Edwin S.

Chadwick, Jerome J.

Chamberlin, Charles L.

Charles, Benjamin F.

Chase, Luther

Child, Darius Griffin

Cilley, Charles L.

Clark, Henry L.

Clark, Jesse

Clark, Josiah

Clark, Lewis L.

Clark, Osman G.

Clark, William L.

Collins, Orlando E.

Collins, Thomas

Comar, William A.

Conant, Joseph B.

Cook, Denison

Cook, Madison

Cool, Charles V.

Courtney, Patrick

Craig, Samuel George Parish

Crandall, Richard Bailey

Cudworth, Franklin J.

Cutting, Orange P.

Damon, George

Danforth, Byron J.

Davis, Thomas

Demas, Oliver

Dennis, Hiram

Dewey, Edwin Elliott

Dickey, Albert

Dickey, Henry W.

Dickey, Orrin

Dickinson, Zera H.

Dillingham, Edwin

Dillingham, Henry

Divoll, John A.

Dodge, Laroy

Dodge, Wesley

Dole, Herman

Dolloff, John P.

Dolloff, Sidney T.

Donahue, James

Doton, Newell F.

Dow, Henry C.

Dow, Truman N.

Dudley, Charles P.

Dunbar, Henry E.

Dunton, Henry R.

Durrell, George W.

Eagan, Robert

Eastman, Franklin

Eastman, Gibson H.

Eaton, Solon

Edgerton, Benjamin S.

Edgerton, George L.

Edson, Charles A.

Eldredge, Joseph W.

Emerson, Andrew A.

Emery, Philo

Emery, Simeon Jr.

Finnessy, Terry

Green, Thomas C.

Gregory, James

Haley, Timothy

Hawley, H. A.

Heath, William

Holt, Lovell S.

Hopkins, Hiland E.

Jodoin, Theophilus Jr.

Kelley, James W.

Laplant, Joseph

Lonergan, Thomas Francis

Mason, Marvin M.

McCann, John

McGrath, Michael

Mitchell, Zeb.

Murray, Edward

O'Neal, Michael

Ormsby, Anson S.

Pillsbury, Ezra S.

Pitkin, Levi C.

Prouty, Elias Spencer

Richardson, George W.

Riley, Michael

Rock, Lewis

Shields, James

Shuttleworth, George L.

Sibley, Charles S.

Taylor, Henry

Temple, Orvin C.

Warner, Milton

Welch, Thomas

Whitcomb, Cyrus S.

Willey, Horace S.

Wood, William Wells

Woods, Oliver H.

Young, Hosea Ballou



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