MONROE Cemetery
Duxbury, Washington County, VT

This file was contributed for use in the USGenWeb Archives by: Robert Morse (

February 7,2000

For lookups of cemeteries and death dates:
Copies of the book titled Duxbury &Moretown Cemetery Inscriptions, Washington County, VT
can be viewed at the

VOCA--VT Old Cemetery Association

GSV-- Genealogical Society. Of VT

VHS- Vt. Historical Society

Copies of the cemetery book may also be purchased from Robert Morse ( ). Address: 550 Coburn Rd., Plainfield, Vt. 05667; phone (802)454-8526 or from Randy Lilley ( The book contains 19 cemeteries and the cost is $25 for the book, the price includes shipping.

The Monroe cemetery is located at the end of the Camels Hump Road behind the ranger station. It is more an animal cemetery than human; the Monroe’s loved their dogs. Transcribed by Robert Morse, October 1999.

Monroe, Katherine; Feb 9,1934 She loved Scottie and wished him to rest beside her.

Scottie; The beloved Collie of Couchinghion Farm, Apr 3,1925-Oct 29,1930 Among the stars, A star.

Monroe, Will S.; Mar 22,1863-Jan 29,1939 Teacher, Author, Trail builder, Companion and lover of dogs.

Richard of Anahassitt; Jan 29,1931-1941 His Master’s devoted Sheperd.

Babe Alpine; May 22,1931-Apr 26,1936 A Noble St. Bernard

Sir Hector of Arken; Apr 20,1930-Aug 27,1934 A beautiful collie.

Landseer of Newfoundland; 9-20-1924 11-17-1936 Always a smile. (a victim of disorder)

Alpinel I of St. Bernard; 7-18-1936 11-22-1936 An adorable pup. . (a victim of disorder)

Hector of Anahassitt; 5-5-1934 1942 Jolly Collie that never lost his play instinct.

Alpinel II of St. Bernard; 7-21-1938 1941 Worthy successor to the Noble Babe Alpine.

Basque of Basquerie; 6-20-1933 1943 First Great Pyrenees born in America.

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