Holy Trinity Episcopal Church~Drury Window
On that same day, two disciples were traveling to a village called Emmaus, about seven miles from Jerusalem. They were talking to each other about everything that had happened. While they were discussing these things, Jesus himself arrived and joined them on their journey. They were prevented from recognizing him. He said to them, "What are you talking about as you walk along?" They stopped, their faces downcast. The one named Cleopas replied, "Are you the only visitor to Jerusalem who is unaware of the things that have taken place there over the last few days?" He said to them, "What things?" They said to him, "The things about Jesus of Nazareth. Because of his powerful deeds and words, he was recognized by God and all the people as a prophet. But our chief priests and our leaders handed him over to be sentenced to death, and they crucified him. We had hoped he was the one who would redeem Israel. All these things happened three days ago. But there's more: Some women from our group have left us stunned. They went to the tomb early this morning and didn't find his body. They came to us saying that they had even seen a vision of angels who told them he is alive. Some of those who were with us went to the tomb and found things just as the women said. They didn't see him." Then Jesus said to them, "You foolish people! Your dull minds keep you from believing all that the prophets talked about. Wasn't it necessary for the Christ to suffer these things and then enter into his glory? Then he interpreted for them the things written about himself in all the scriptures, starting with Moses and going through all the Prophets. When they came to Emmaus, he acted as if he was going on ahead. But they urged him, saying, "Stay with us. It's nearly evening, and the day is almost over." So, he went in to stay with them. After he took his seat at the table with them, he took the bread, blessed and broke it, and gave it to them. Their eyes were opened and they recognized him, but he disappeared from their sight. They said to each other, "Weren't our hearts on fire when he spoke to us along the road and when he explained the scriptures for us?"
Hannah Saxe Drury B: 1-16-1827 D: 11-28-1909 Married: Zephaniah K. Drury
Children: Horace S., Minerva Saxe Drury Allen (1866-1950) Married C E Allen MD
Hannah had great interest in the Swanton Historical Society. She lived for many years in Highgate, Vermont in what was called Sax's Hill. She was a poplual teacher. Her husband was town clerk and ran a general store.
Hannah is buried in the Highgate Center Cemetery in Highgate, Vermont.
Elizabeth Miner Wead B: 11-25-1829 D: 1-31-1906 Married: Delazon DeForest Wead
Children: Jacob, Fanny Elizabeth, Mary Deforest Wead Weeks, Married William Farrar Weeks
Elizabeth Miner Wead was a housekeeper. Her husband Delazon was the Postmaster of Sheldon, VT from 1861-1885.
Elizabeth and Delazon's daughter Mary DeForest Wead married William Farrar Weeks from St. Albans, VT. He was the rector of Trinity Episcopal Church in Shelburne, Vermont. He also served as priest in Enosburgh Falls, VT. He was also consecrated Bishop Coajutor of Vermont, on January 29, 1913
Elizabeth is buried in Sheldon Cemetery in Sheldon, Vermont.