Vermont Genealogy

Vermont Genealogy is being developed as a genealogical and historical resource for your personal use. It contains information and records for Vermont ancestry, family history, and genealogy. Specifically, it provides sources for birth records, death records, marriage records, census records, tax records, court records, and military records. It also provides some historical details about different times and people in Vermont history.

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The Vermont Historical Gazetteer vol 1 title pageThe Vermont Historical Gazetteer vol 1 title page

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The Vermont Historical Gazetteer vol 1 title page

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History of the Methodist Church in Berlin Vermont

By Mrs. C. F. Dewey Methodism was first introduced into Berlin about the year 1830. At this time Berlin was included in the Brookfield circuit, then in the N. H. Conference. Elisha Scott being in 1831, preacher in charge…

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Devils Hill from the Peacham BogDevils Hill from the Peacham Bog

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Devils Hill from the Peacham Bog

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The Legend of Devil Hill

When a mere lad, now more than fifty years ago, I heard one of the then oldest residents of Peacham explain the origin of the name of that “bad eminence” known as Devil hill. The story may have been…

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1873 Map of Berlin Vermont1873 Map of Berlin Vermont

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1873 Map of Berlin Vermont

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History of Berlin Vermont

Berlin in Washington County, Vermont, lat. 40° 13,’ long. 4° 25,’ near the center of the State, bounded North by Middlesex, Montpelier and part of East Montpelier, East by Barre and part of Williamstown, South by Northfield and part…

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Berlin Pond, or Mirror Lake, Berlin, VermontBerlin Pond, or Mirror Lake, Berlin, Vermont

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Berlin Pond, or Mirror Lake, Berlin, Vermont

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Berlin Pond and Benjamin’s Falls

Berlin Pond, or Mirror Lake, Berlin, Vermont Upon the highlands of the town of Berlin, at a distance of four or five miles from the capital of the State, and at an elevation of little less than 400 feet…

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The Great Wolf Hunt on Irish Hill in Early Time

The way the settlers met and overcame the wild animals is well described in the following story by the late Hon. D. P. Thompson, and printed in the Montpelier Argus and Patriot in 1867, of “The Great Wolf Hunt…

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Daniel Pierce ThompsonDaniel Pierce Thompson in 1856’s Cyclopaedia of American Literature. Volume II.

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Daniel Pierce Thompson in 1856’s Cyclopaedia of American Literature. Volume II.

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Biography of Hon. Daniel Pierce Thompson

By D. F. Wheaton, of Barre Daniel Pierce Thompson in 1856’s Cyclopaedia of American Literature. Volume II. Daniel Pierce Thompson, son of Daniel and Rebeckah Thompson, was born in Charlestown, Massachusetts, Oct. 1, 1795, and emigrated with his father…

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