Several of the cemeteries in Halifax have more than one name. For consistancey - each of the cemeteries will be listed under the name it has been given by the Vermont Old Cemetery Association (VOCA). If a cemetery is known by any other name it be noted.
Bascom Cemetery - south side of Collins Road on old trail
Halifax Center Cemetery - on the north side of Jacksonville Stage Road
Hall Cemetery - off Tony Hanson Road on private drive
Hatch Road Cemetery - Hatch School Road. Also known as Hatch Cemetery
Prouty Cemetery - on Thomas Hill Road, north side, across the road from the Thomas Hill Cemetery
Stafford Cemetery - not located on a main road but in the woods off of a "legal town trail." Access is best from Jacksonville Stage Road turning onto Josh Road, a small, one lane, rutted, dirt road.
Thomas Hill Cemetery - on Thomas Hill Road, south side, across the road from the Prouty Cemetery. Also known as Stanclift Cemetery.
West Halifax Cemetery - at the north end of West Halifax Village, at the end of a short dirt road, behind some homes
BEWARE: If using Vermont Vital Records, 1760-1954 found on Familly Search to determine the place of burial - this resource uses Bell to refer to both Bell Cemetery and Thomas Hill-Bell-Phelps Cemetery. Using the 1953 cemetery transcriptions done by Ruby Austin will help clarify the proper cemetery - although personal visits by those contrubuting to Find A Grave have provided further clarity if a personal visit was made to obtain a picture of the tombstone.
- Cemetery name comes from Halifax Historical Society, Historical Homes and Sites of Halifax, Vermont (map) (Brattleboro, Vt.: Windham Regional Commission, 2002).
- Cemetery name comes from Ruby Brufee Austin, Halifax, VT Church, Town and Misc. Records (1989).