We will check again, it is very easy to cover a lot of ground on the Northeast Kingdom/ New Hampshire are, & basically all of New England. Every thing is with in pretty close range . The Historical Society thought they would just more than likely be on the farm that John, their son owned owned north of Brownington . I have been to those cemeteries, but it would hurt to try again.
The sad part about the actual death certificate is that I need to find out exactly which town clerk has the record. You can only order death certificates as far back as 1909, anything further has to go through the town clerk than holds the record. All I have been able to find is a microfilm image of an index card, but it doesn't have the info I need.
We are supposed to call them a few weeks before we arrive next summer so they can collect a few things for us first.
They also could very well be in the ones in Brownington & Brownington Center as well, the cemeteries are quite old with many crumbling, broken, & ineligible stones.