Funeral Homes in Troy, VT


Below you fill find all funeral homes and cemeteries in or near Troy.

Zip codes in the city: 05868.

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Spears Funeral Home

We have proudly provided the communities of Franklin County with integrity and dedication. Providing special and dignified care to every family we serve has become our hallmark, and our professional staff takes great pride in our ability to meet...

Nearby Funeral Homes for Troy

Converse-Rushford Funeral Home
37 Lake Rd
Newport, VT 05855
Curtis Britch Funeral Home
37 Lake Rd
Newport, VT 05855
Curtis Britch Funeral Home
1199 Railroad St
Island Pond, VT 05846
Holcomb Des Groseilliers Funeral Home Incorporated
17 E Church St
East Hardwick, VT 05836
Holcomb-Des Groseilliers Funeral
Main St
Johnson, VT 05656
Malcolm Davis Funeral Service
Main St
Craftsbury Commons, VT 05827
Pine Grove Cemetery
Pine Grove Dr
Newport, VT 05855
Spears Funeral Home
96 Dickenson Ave
Enosburg Falls, VT 05450
Spears Funeral Home
96 Dickinson Ave.
Enosburg Falls, VT 05450
Spears Funeral Home
140 Main St
Richford, VT 05476
White-Fiess Funeral Home
165 Brooklyn St
Morrisville, VT 05661

Facts about Troy, Vermont

Troy is a town in Orleans County, Vermont, United States. The population was 1,677 at the 2010 census. Troy contains two villages: the unincorporated village of Troy, and the incorporated village of North Troy.

Troy Obituaries

It was written by Topeka Capital-Journal on January 16th, 2018 that William R "Bill" Stanley died in Topeka, Kansas.  Stanley was 89 years old and was born in Troy, VT.  Send flowers to express your sorrow and honor William R "Bill"'s life.

It was reported by Worcester Telegram & Gazette on June 21st, 2011 that Katherine E "Kay" Boudreay (Breault) passed on in Webster, Massachusetts.  Ms. Boudreay was 87 years old and was born in Troy, VT.  Send flowers to express your sympathy and honor Katherine E "Kay"'s life.


In the winter of 1799, a small party of Indians, led by their chief, Captain Susap, joined the colonists at Troy, built their camps on the river and wintered near them. These Indians were nearly starving, which probably arose from the moose and deer, which formerly abounded here, being destroyed by the settlers. Bull was ultimately imprisoned for violating international regulations regarding an embargo on South Africa. One of the party was a squaw, Molly Orcutt, who became quite noted among the settlers as a healer. His intent was to fire research packages into orbit using heavy artillery.

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