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From: "Kate Foote" <>
Subject: Re: [APG] Old VT cemetery in danger..
Date: Mon, 5 May 2008 20:51:26 -0500
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The article you include is informative and encouraging. Obviously the local
historical society with the aid of the veteran's groups is a positive step.
Amazing how this situation is developing - anonymous letters, an 80 year old
former owner stating there is a stipulation on sale of the cemetery site
(who's deposition is now not wanted by the buyer's attorneys), vanishing,
buried, and reappearing tombstones, and to top it off - Buddhists caught in
the middle! There has to be a genealogy article in there! <g>

I encourage anyone interested in this thread to read the article linked in
Cathi's email.

Thanks, Cathy.


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Subject: Re: [APG] Old VT cemetery in danger..
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> - is there
> someone who might want to research the "lineage" of the property? I am in
> Iowa and can only write letters; which I intend to do, starting with the
> newspaper, the Vermont State Historical and Genealogical and any local
> societies. Since I can't make it to Kansas City maybe I can accomplish
> something here from this computer. :-)
> Kate
Kate, you will be happy to know that a former owner of the property has
informed the court and the press that the deed to the property has language
excluding the cemetery from ownership. You might be interested in this
I wish I lived a little closer to this area; it's almost 100 miles from
where I live. Thankfully, it does seem like the local historical society is
very actively involved in the case, as are the veterans' groups.

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