“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Eastford, Connecticut

Clickable Map of Windham County, Connecticut and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Windham County, CT (94) New London County, CT (421) Tolland County, CT (141) Worcester County, MA (355) Kent County, RI (21) Providence County, RI (332)  WindhamCounty(94) Windham County (94)  NewLondonCounty(421) New London County (421)  TollandCounty(141) Tolland County (141)  WorcesterCountyMassachusetts(355) Worcester County (355)  KentCountyRhode Island(21) Kent County (21)  ProvidenceCounty(332) Providence County (332)
Willimantic is the county seat for Windham County
Eastford is in Windham County
      Windham County (94)  
      New London County (421)  
      Tolland County (141)  
      Worcester County, Massachusetts (355)  
      Kent County, Rhode Island (21)  
      Providence County, Rhode Island (332)  
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1 Connecticut, Windham County, Eastford — Eastford
Ancient Nipmuck Indian territory. The Old Connecticut Path, an Indian trail from Massachusetts used by early colonists, crossed the region. The families of John and Sarah Perry and of William Ward, Senior, first settled this area in 1710, . . . Map (db m115833) HM
2 Connecticut, Windham County, Eastford — Eastford Veterans Memorial
Dedicated to Eastford Military Veterans In recognition of an appreciation For their service to the United States of America. This monument funded by the family of Charles S. Bowen, Sr., native son, veteran, and patriot. Dedicated . . . Map (db m122612) WM
3 Connecticut, Windham County, Eastford — John Perry
In Memory of John Perry Eastford’s first settler 1710 Erected by Eastford Historical Society 1977Map (db m122916) HM
4 Connecticut, Windham County, Eastford — Nathaniel Lyon Birthplace
Birthplace Brig. General Nathaniel Lyon First Union General Killed in Civil War Aug. 10, 1861Map (db m126541) HM
5 Connecticut, Windham County, Eastford, Woodstock Valley — Kenyonville, Connecticut
Originally Kibbe's Village, Kenyonville dates back to 1843 when Joseph Kenyon purchased the Valley Woolen Mill from Chauncey Kibbe for $950. Born in Huddersfield, England in 1805, Kenyon studied woolen manufacturing processes and then came to . . . Map (db m174572) HM
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Apr. 14, 2024