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Honestly, I didn't even know Robert Frost was there until we saw a sign for it. It was nice there, and the signs have a lot of interesting information on them, especially for the important people of the Revolutionary War. Definitely somewhere I'd want to...More
The cemetery is next to the Old First Congregational Church. At one time on the land was Ethan Allen's home and also the first courthouse, which burned down. There now is a mausoleum were Ethan's home was. Robert Frost is buried here. Across the street...More
It was interesting to hear that the church was built over the original cemetery. Loved ones had the option to exhume and re-bury their family members or leave them. There are very historic headstones in this cemetery. I'm glad we made the stop.
What a great place to poke around - especially in the fall. Robert Frost's grave is here, worth looking for . There are also Revolutionary War veterans buried here, honored with flags (you'll find them easily) including some from the British side who died during...More
Primary reason for visiting this cemetery was to visit the grave of Robert Frost. Signs clearly marked the way to his burial site. The cemetery is old and very well kept; a bit hilly. The architecture of the tomb stones varies by the styles of...More
Very well maintained Cemetery, with headstones that date back to the MID-1700's !!! We had never experienced seeing several Revolutionary Soldier graves. Was very intriguing! The church is also very well maintained. It was a walk back in time. A must see when you visit...More