Cemetery Preservation – Director: Jennifer Madden
Historic House Markers – Coordinator: Bill Daley
Historic House MACRIS Update – Coordinator: Terry Blake
I am very much enjoying reading and exploring the website. I can not express what a dream come true this is for those of us who hoped for this for years.
Do you think some time when you are updating things you could change the word ‘cemetery’ to ‘Burying Ground’ when referring to Old Town, or any of our early burial sites? The Town ordered the stone signs without consulting with any of us then on the SHC. Russell Lovell has told me that ‘Burial Ground’ is acceptable, but ‘Burying Ground’ is more correct. Thank you, Kaethe
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