This “crypt” was actually used to store cemetery implements. It was built first to the other one in the Hinesburg Village Cemetery. As you’ll be able to see, this vault is quite small. Given the position of the door, which was NOT budging, I could not walk in. A friend was with me and sheContinue reading “What’s Inside the Crypt?”
Green Hill Cemetery first burial was in 1775 and it contains 1306 graves. This is the first time I have filmed some of a cemetery whilst driving! No worries, though. I was watching the road, driving slowly and readjusting the camera as necessary.
“BARRE CITY – Tullio Zampieri, 97, of White Street, died early Sunday morning July 27, 2014, at the Central Vermont Medical Center in Berlin after a brief illness and a long battle with Alzheimer’s disease. He was surrounded by his loving family. Born Aug. 28, 1916 in Barre City, he was the son of MarioContinue reading “Vanetti & Zampieri Mausoleums at Hope Cemetery”
After I filmed, I conducted some research. I discovered there is a Rouleau Granite Company. Presuming the Rouleaus buried here are related, it makes sense they would have such an amazing mausoleum. You’ll discover some other wonderful mausoleums in this video. Plus, an interesting “resume” on the back of a crypt. Come with me toContinue reading “Rouleau Mausoleum at Hope Cemetery”
I recently visited the Hinesburg Village Cemetery in Hinesburg, Vermont. During my walk, I discovered this crypt…with ITS DOOR AJAR! What was I supposed to do? Let it go unexplored??? Heck no! So, join me as I offer a glimpse of what is inside. #travelingforhistory101 #vtgraveyards #cemeteries #cemetery #cemeteriesofnewengland#cemeteriesandgraveyards #cemeteryphotography #cemeterylovers #cemeterywandering #cemeteryflowers #cemetery_shots #cemeteryvaultsContinue reading “What’s Inside the Vault?”