Peacham, Vermont - Home Page
Welcome to the Peacham, Vermont web site. Please note that this site is designed primarily for use by genealogists and is not intended to be the official town site.
Links to external web sites are being provided as a convenience and for informational purposes only; they do not constitute an endorsement or approval of any of the products, services or opinions contained in any external web site. Please direct your research questions to the appropriate Town Offices as listed on the town pages or to the Vermont State Archives and Records Administration at Vermont State Archives
Villages and hamlets in Peacham include: Peacham, South Peacham, East Peacham, North Peacham, Peacham Hollow, Ewells Mills, and Green Bay.
It should be noted that Town Clerks as a rule no longer will perform research but will assist researchers when they visit the town offices.
For current information for Peacham, visit their website at: Town of Peacham
For current information for the court, visit their website at: Caledonia County Probate Court
For current information for the library, visit their website at: Peacham Library
Peacham Historical Association identifies, collects, preserves, and makes available the history of Peacham, and encourages Peacham's history through lectures, exhibits, publications, and other activities. Peacham is a National Historic Village. A permanent exhibit of tools, a telephone exchange, and items from an old country store are displayed in a three-room historical house. An 1800s blacksmith shop has been restored with a working wooden forge. Archives and the museum library are housed in a former town office.Hours and Admission: Historical House: July 4th to first week in October - Sundays 2:00 - 4:00 PM;
The Peacham Historical Association has announced the publication of the
town's Civil War history. The publication is available in late May 2012 for
purchase from the Peacham Library, the Peacham Corner Guild, the Vermont
Historical Society Bookstore, and online on their website Peacham Historical Society
Paperback $25, Hardcover $35 (available in late July 2012).
1790 Census 1800 Census 1810 Census 1820 Census
Census reporting ends with the 1820 census. There were over 50 separate items of data gathered in the 1830 census. That fact and that names are not in alphabetical order make it impractical to report later years.
04-03-2006 Homeland Security has indicated that to prevent identity theft, vital record information younger than 70 years should not be accessible to the public. For this reason, I have removed the links to search vital record information.
Peacham Elementary School - Public School for K through
The Stevens School of Peacham - Grades 5 through 8 (Private School)
The names and locations of historic Peacham schools was derived from old copies of topographical maps.
Peacham, VT Schools of the Past
Peacham Congregational Church, P. O. Box 251, Peacham, VT 05862 802-592-3330
Digging Deep Unearthing the Mysteries of Burial and Cemetery Laws
Caledonia County Cemeteries Courtesy of Paul DesTroismaisons and Janice Boyko. Some listings of interments and GoogleMaps.Following is a list of all cemeteries in Peacham with directions as to how to reach each one. Locations are approximate and have not been verified.