Vermont, Deaths and Burials, 1871-1965 is a free collection at FamilySearch with a searchable name index of death and burial records in Vermont. Some records are redacted due to privacy laws. There may be a few records earlier or later than the stated date range.
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What Can I Learn from Death and Burial Records?
These records may include:
- Date of death
- Place of death
- Date of birth
- Family History Library Microfilm and item numbers for the source materials
- Marital status
- Names of parents
- Name of spouse
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How Can Death Records Help Me Find Other Records?
With Vermont death records information you can:
- Use the spouse’s name to search for marriage records
- Use the residence to search for land, tax, and court records
- Look for the deceased person or parents in the state or federal census and put an entire family together
- Use the person’s age or birth date and residence from census to search for birth records
- Search for the person, spouse, parents, and witnesses in local city directories and extract any information the city directory provides
- Use the person’s age to estimate draft registration date and find draft registration records or military service records
- Extract surviving family member information from death records and research each family member