In honor of our country’s defenders 1861-1865 All men of Chester who served in the War for the Union Died in the service Col. Louis Bell · Joseph Everett · Charles R. Weymouth · William M. Locke · Henry D. Davis · Pace R. Smith · Warren J. Hills . . . — — Map (db m159910) WM
Roll of Honor Erected by the Town of Chester in appreciation of those who served in the Spanish and World War. Spanish War Charles E. Cox World War Frederick C. Bartlett · Wayland J. Berry · Walter S. Brown · Bert R. Cammett · *James M. Forsaith . . . — — Map (db m159908) WM
This graveyard, one of the oldest in the state,
was purchased from. Capt. Jonathan Blunt for
70 pounds in 1751. Signed stones. by the finest
stone sculptors in New England are found here.
Among these craftsmen are: Stephen and Abel
Webster, . . . — — Map (db m159903) HM
Isaac Blasdel, 1738-1791, son and father
of clockmakers, settled in Chester in
1762 and commenced manufacturing
one-day, striking, wall and tall-case
clocks with one weight and metal works.
He was an Association Test signer,
Revolutionary War . . . — — Map (db m159909) HM