Dan Fulford, 1851–1922 (aged 70 years)
|Birth|| August 22, 1851
|Birth of a brother||Fred E Fulford|
September 27, 1853 (aged 2 years)
|Death of a maternal grandmother||Mary Richardson|
May 4, 1857 (aged 5 years)
|Birth of a sister||Ellen Fulford|
January 27, 1859 (aged 7 years)
|Death of a maternal grandfather||Caleb Parker|
1878 (aged 26 years)
|Marriage||Mary A Wright — View this family|
December 28, 1881 (aged 30 years)
|Birth of a son||Sherman Edward Fulford|
August 7, 1882 (aged 30 years)
|Death of a brother||Frank Fulford|
November 14, 1882 (aged 31 years)
Cause: Killed in an accident in Lancaster
|Birth of a daughter||Lula M Fulford|
September 27, 1884 (aged 33 years)
|Death of a father||Eliphalet Fulford|
April 21, 1887 (aged 35 years)
Name: Fulford, Eliphalet Vol. or Book/Page: 5 / 46 - Caledonia Co. VT Death Date: 21 April 1887 Place of Death: Caledonia Co. VT Notes: Death City = Waterford.
Carpenter Cemetery. A small cemetery on Route 135 between Littleton and Monroe, New Hampshire.
Danville Directory 1888 published May 1887. Fulford Eliphalet, r 58, dealer in horses, farmer 50.
Death Certificate provided by Candyce Fulford
|Death of a sister||Ellen Fulford|
May 19, 1888 (aged 36 years)
Burial: West Littleton Cemetery Littleton Grafton County New Hampshire, USA Plot: Row 1 #4
Created by: Douglas Little Record added: Jun 25, 2009 Find A Grave Memorial# 38732922
|Death of a mother||Ruth B. Parker|
January 21, 1899 (aged 47 years)
|Death of a brother||Edwin Fulford|
December 8, 1916 (aged 65 years)
|Death of a brother||Fred E Fulford|
July 25, 1917 (aged 65 years)
Cause: Starvation brought on by insanity
|Burial of a brother||Fred E Fulford|
July 28, 1917 (aged 65 years)
Address: Plot: B-4-24=2G-164
Cemetery: Pattenville Cemetery
Cemetery notes and/or description: This is the original location of this cemetery, the new location is almost directly east on Rte 15. The combined cemeteries, along with newer burials, is coming to be called the "Wheeler Hill Cemetery", and most re-interment memorials are to be found under that name, 47 at Glenwood, 2 at Riverside in Waterford, 1 was moved somewhere in Lisbon, and 4 members of the Carter family were moved to an unknown location.
When three cemeteries were to be flooded by the Moore Hydroelectric dam, they were relocated in Oct 1953-July 1955. A new cemetery was built for the two Vt cemeteries; and the Pattenville Cemetery was relocated to a spot along the north fence line of the Wheeler Cemetery, on the west slope of Wheeler Hill (1-1/2 miles north of I-93 exit 43 on the Dalton Rd aka NH Rte 15.
The Vermont contract called for the relocated cemeteries to be laid out as they were originally laid out. However, in New Hampshire, the original layout was not followed in any manner and plots within the lots were also disarranged in order to create lots 2 rows deep. Also, some remains were moved to other cemeteries by family.
In Vermont, the University of Vermont Pathology Department did most of the exhumation work, assisted by some local diggers. They started at one edge of the cemeteries and dug, by hand, through the entire space of the cemeteries. Whenever they came upon a dark streak of earth (indicating organic material aka remains) this material - not just the bones - was placed in a new casket for reburial; if the remains were unmarked, the Power Company provided a gray granite marker inscribed UNKNOWN or INFANT, depending on the size of the remains. One can assume this same procedure was used two years later for the Pattenville Cemetery, but no evidence has yet come to light. The sunken graves behind the gravestones, at the new location next to the Wheeler Cemetery, do prove that more than just the gravestones were moved.
|Death|| August 1, 1922 (aged 70 years)|
|Marriage||Marriage — March 23, 1845 — Essex, VT|
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17 monthselder brother
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5 yearsyounger sister
|Marriage||Marriage — December 28, 1881 —|