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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Guilford, Connecticut
Location of Guilford, Connecticut
► New Haven County (355) ► Fairfield County (372) ► Hartford County (432) ► Litchfield County (239) ► Middlesex County (112) ► Suffolk County, New York (407)
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On this site lived Andrew Leete, principal preserver of the Charter of Conn. from usurper Sir Edmund Andross, 1687, member of the Conn. General Court granting charter to Yale College 1701 — — Map (db m57125) HM|
This town, the seventh oldest in Connecticut, was founded in 1639 by an oppressed but optimistic band of English Puritans. Henry Whitfield, a minister in Ockley, near London, was the moving spirit behind their emigration. About forty of . . . — — Map (db m57225) HM|
|In Recognition of
Of Granite to the Base
Of the Statue of Liberty
1886 – 1986
June 28, 1986 — — Map (db m57226) HM|
|In Memory Of The Members
Of The United States Armed Forces
Who Served In The
June 25, 1950
July 27, 1953
“Freedom Is Not Free” — — Map (db m57126) WM|
|In Memory Of All
The Revolutionary Soldiers
Of Guilford, Connecticut.
Agnes Dickinson Lee Chapter
Daughters Of The American Revolution
1940 — — Map (db m57224) HM|
|In Memory Of
The Men Of Guilford
And In Honor Of Those Who Served
The Grateful Town Erects This Monument.
That Their Example May Spread To Coming Generations
Uriah N. Parmelee 1st Cav Henry B. Bullard 1st Lt Bat . . . — — Map (db m56941) HM|
| . . . — — Map (db m57418) HM|
Each peaceful dawn in this place
we are reminded of these men
who died for their country
Stephen J. Brennan P.F.C.
Ara. Crosby Jr. W.O.
Frederick W. Dauten Jr. Maj.
Dedicated May 28, 1984
Town of Guilford Conn.
God . . . — — Map (db m57124) HM|
In Honor of Our Men and Women
Who Served in the World War
John R. Alcorn Murrie Alcorn Elmer Anderson Elmore Ashman Frank E. Barlow David B. Beattie John B. Beattie Clyde G. Beckwith Henry S. Beers George V. Bishop . . . — — Map (db m57123) HM|
|World War II
1941 – 1945
John C. Rebuzzini, W.T. 1st C. U.S.N. Edward A. Norton, Pvt. U.S.A. Donald C. Rood, P.F.C. U.S.A. Pascoe C. Deaton, 1st Lt. U.S.A.A.F. Leroy W. Scranton, Jr. MM. 3rd C. U.S.N. Nicholas J. Gervasoni, T. . . . — — Map (db m57420) HM|
|Home of Nathaniel Elliot nephew of the Reverend Jared Elliot 1685-1763, Yale 1706 physician, botanist, agriculturist – friend of Benjamin Franklin — — Map (db m57422) HM|