Strolling St. Genevieve Cemetery

In this video, you’ll see the cross bearing Christ’s crucifixion and a flagpole with a single person’s name attached to it. Plus, there is a variety of graves shared as well. First used in 1863, this cemetery has 890 graves. The church of the same name closed in 2020 due to low participation. Its closureContinue reading “Strolling St. Genevieve Cemetery”

Strolling St. Mary’s Cemetery in Brandon, Vermont

The entrance to St. Mary’s Cemetery is fairly tricky to see and is rather sudden after Google Maps tells you to head straight on the road you’re on. Also, if you decide to visit off-season, note that the gates will be chained and padlocked. You’ll have to park directly in front of those gates thatContinue reading “Strolling St. Mary’s Cemetery in Brandon, Vermont”

OLDEST CATHOLIC CEMETERY IN BURLINGTON: MOUNT SAINT JOSEPH

Today’s video is a partial walk/visit to Burlington, Vermont’s OLDEST CATHOLIC CEMETERY: Mount Saint Joseph on Archibald Street. “As the Catholics came to our part of the Champlain Valley to settle, there came an early need for a sacred burial ground. A final resting place was needed for their aged, their infants and young asContinue reading “OLDEST CATHOLIC CEMETERY IN BURLINGTON: MOUNT SAINT JOSEPH”

Mount St. Joseph Cemetery: Part 1

Today’s video is a partial walk/visit to Burlington, Vermont’s OLDEST CATHOLIC CEMETERY: Mount Saint Joseph on Archibald Street. “As the Catholics came to our part of the Champlain Valley to settle, there came an early need for a sacred burial ground. A final resting place was needed for their aged, their infants and young asContinue reading “Mount St. Joseph Cemetery: Part 1”

Mt. Calvary Annex Cemetery: Part 1

I had heard of this cemetery, but didn’t know where it was. And then one day when I had parked on Germain Street to film some buildings, I saw this cemetery. I googled which one it was and lo & behold I discovered it was the Mt. Calvary Annex Cemetery! “After forty years in service,Continue reading “Mt. Calvary Annex Cemetery: Part 1”

Resurrection Park #4 Largest Catholic Cemetery in Vermont

I visited Resurrection Park in South Burlington, Vermont yesterday to film another section of it. Given that this is the largest Catholic cemetery in Vermont, it is no wonder that I’ve not finished filming it! Resurrection Park is a cemetery in South Burlington, VT. It opened in 1942 and is the largest Catholic cemetery inContinue reading “Resurrection Park #4 Largest Catholic Cemetery in Vermont”

Fanny Allen Cemetery, Colchester, Vermont: Walking Tour

In today’s video, https://youtu.be/M6RQx5FEMmM, I tour the Fanny Allen Cemetery in Colchester, VT.  It’s behind the former Fanny Allen Hospital.  This is a S-M-A-L-L cemetery!  The length of the video is under 18 minutes and I not only filmed each and every headstone, but also commented on many of them!  The fence was installed inContinue reading “Fanny Allen Cemetery, Colchester, Vermont: Walking Tour”

St. Stephen’s Cemetery in Winooski, VT: Part 3

Should you visit, be aware the road is a single lane with the houses clumped at the front.  The cemetery, https://youtu.be/7guu3lRo3SM, is immediately on the left just past those houses.  There are 2 entrances with a U-shaped road.  That road is not paved.  Instead, it’s 2 tire tracks with a berm of grass in theContinue reading “St. Stephen’s Cemetery in Winooski, VT: Part 3”

St. Stephen’s Cemetery in Winooski, VT: Part 2

Today’s video, https://youtu.be/LYq3-KRtmQY, is Part 2 of my visit to St. Stephen’s Cemetery in Winooski, VT.  This is a small cemetery, perhaps an acre.  Should you visit, no artificial flowers are allowed.  You’ll certainly recognize many of the names there.  Those names are synonymous with this area of Vermont.

St. Stephen’s Cemetery in Winooski, VT: Part 1

Today’s video, https://youtu.be/QjvTtlkYyeU, is Part 1 of my visit to St. Stephen’s Cemetery in Winooski, VT.  Come with me as I stroll this small church cemetery.  I’d wager it’s maybe an acre.  You’ll see some children’s graves, as well as a variety of veterans buried there and so many family names you’ll recognize who epitomizeContinue reading “St. Stephen’s Cemetery in Winooski, VT: Part 1”

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