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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Manchester
Manchester, Connecticut and Vicinity
▶ Hartford County (431) ▶ Litchfield County (239) ▶ Middlesex County (112) ▶ New Haven County (355) ▶ New London County (239) ▶ Tolland County (102) ▶ Hampden County, Massachusetts (100)
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|Former Site Of
Home of King David Lodge No. 32
Independent Order of Oddfellows
1913 1982 — — Map (db m98746) HM|
One of the early woolen mills in the country was established here by Aaron Buckland in 1794. In 1832 he sold it to Samuel Pitkin who made Elisha Hilliard a partner in 1832, later in 1871 Hilliard became sole owner. Blankets were made . . . — — Map (db m98747) HM|
| Originally the Five Miles bought by Hartford from the Indians, 1682. First settlement, about 1673. Chartered by General Assembly as Orford Parish, 1772. Incorporated as town of Manchester, 1823.
An early center of small industry, its mills . . . — — Map (db m151124) HM|
To Those Who Served
Veterans Day Nov. 11, 2005
Dedicated To Our
Gallant Armed Forces — — Map (db m98792) WM|
Ernest W. Steinberg
Howard C. Flavell Jr.
William F. Boldug
Howard M. Higley
The People of Manchester
Korean Memorial Committee
The Veterans . . . — — Map (db m98805) WM|
|In Memory Of
The Soldiers of Manchester
Who Died in The War of The Rebellion
1861 - 1865
Dedicated September 7, 1877 — — Map (db m98738) WM|
|Ward Cheney Camp
A Memorial to the Boys of Manchester Conn.
Who Volunteered and Served
Their Country in the Spanish American War — — Map (db m98737) WM|
| . . . — — Map (db m98791) WM|
|Vietnam Veterans Memorial
David M. Quey U.S.A.
John G. Curtin U.S.A.
Robert J. White U.S.M.C.
Robert A. Rhuda U.S.M.N.
Keith A. Miller U.S.M.C.
Robert K. Mattson U.S.M.C.
Donald A. Kirkham U.S.N.
Albert G. . . . — — Map (db m98745) WM|
|In Tribute To The
Men Of Manchester
Who Gave Their Lives In
World War II
Erected by the American Legion
P.F.C. Walter J. Adamy · Lt. William Anderson · P.F.C. William T. Anderson · Pvt. Ernest E. Bartley · S. 1/C . . . — — Map (db m98748) WM|
Orford Parish — — Map (db m98733) WM|