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Connecticut Cemeteries Team Progress

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This page is part of the Connecticut Cemeteries Team, and was created in an effort to keep track of our progress in the over 900 cemeteries located in our state. Please add the cemeteries that you have completed or are working on to the table below in alphabetical order, along with other pertinent data, and include your best estimates of the percentages of completion for photography and transcriptions. Be sure to check this table before starting a new cemetery to avoid duplications of effort.

Note: You do not have to finish a whole cemetery before moving on to the next! You can certainly create profiles as you transcribe the images, and if you're doing a bigger cemetery in multiple visits, you can transcribe and create profiles for the sections you've done without waiting until you've photographed the whole cemetery.

Table of Cemeteries

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Cemetery Name City County Started By Start Date Survey (% complete) Transcription (% complete) Photo (click for larger)
West Cemetery, aka West Burying GroundLitchfieldLitchfieldDoris Smith2016-06-161%0%[[]]
Old Center CemeteryWest HartfordHartfordRyan Flanders2016-06-1850%5%[[]]
Wethersfield Village CemeteryWethersfielddHartfordAndrew Simpier2020-05-07??%?%[[]]



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How can we add the Wethersfield village cemetery to the table of cemeteries?
posted by Andrew Simpier
I just added an entry to the table on this page for Wethersfield Cemetery. You can edit it to fill in the survey and transcription %. Hope this helps.