The "Community Church" and Civil War memorial in the center of Middletown Springs, VT.
Example of the unreadable headstones in the Middletown Springs, VT cemetery.
The only "Sunderlin" headstone I could identify in the entire cemetery. Most of the burials seemed to be in family groups, and I couldn't read the names on the others in this area, but there were a lot of "Clark" headstones nearby.
Headstones in the area of the "Sunderlin" headstone. That stone (from the previous picture), is the small, white one, center left.
Middletown Springs Elementary School (built 1904), from the cemetery.
Looking North toward the village.
Looking South. Taken about a mile from the center of the village.
One of two streams running through the park.
Park in the center of town, with the "Springs" in the rear right, and the tin works in the building on the left.
Some of the natural mineral springs found in Middletown Springs, VT. The water from the springs is running into the open "box", just in front of each of the benches. Located in the park in the center of town.
The larger of the two streams running through the park.
The town offices of Ira, Vermont, located about 4 miles to the West of Middletown Springs.
Ira, Vermont town offices. Ira is located about 4 miles West of Middletown Springs, VT.