“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 Unionville, Connecticut

Clickable Map of Hartford 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> Hartford County, CT (437) Litchfield County, CT (248) Middlesex County, CT (148) New Haven County, CT (356) New London County, CT (327) Tolland County, CT (128) Hampden County, MA (112)  HartfordCounty(437) Hartford County (437)  LitchfieldCounty(248) Litchfield County (248)  MiddlesexCounty(148) Middlesex County (148)  NewHavenCounty(356) New Haven County (356)  NewLondonCounty(327) New London County (327)  TollandCounty(128) Tolland County (128)  HampdenCountyMassachusetts(112) Hampden County (112)
Hartford is the county seat for Hartford County
Burlington is in Hartford County
      Hartford County (437)  
      Litchfield County (248)  
      Middlesex County (148)  
      New Haven County (356)  
      New London County (327)  
      Tolland County (128)  
      Hampden County, Massachusetts (112)  
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1 Connecticut, Hartford County, Burlington, Unionville — Burlington
[ front ] Burlington The original inhabitants of the part of Farmington known as West Woods were Tunxis Indians. Early settlement by white man was scattered. The first house of record, noted in an estate inventory of 1725, was that of . . . Map (db m33174) HM
2 Connecticut, Hartford County, Burlington, Unionville — Burlington Civil War – WW I Memorial
[ west side ] Civil War The Town Of Burlington Has Not Forgotten Her Beloved Brothers Who Offered Their Lives To Preserve The Union 1861 - 1865 Solomon A. Adkins • * Elijah W. Bacon • * Erastus S. Bacon • Samuel M. Bailey • Elias . . . Map (db m33229) HM
3 Connecticut, Hartford County, Burlington, Unionville — Burlington WW II – Korean War – Vietnam War Monument
[ east side ] Dedicated To The Veterans Of Burlington Who Served In The Armed Forces And Died For Our Freedom [ left plaque ] World War II Alderman, Ernest E. • Alderman, Leonard R. • Backes, Joseph W. 3rd • . . . Map (db m33230) WM
4 Connecticut, Hartford County, Farmington, Unionville — Yodkins-Morin Memorial Park
Yodkins-Morin Memorial Park ---------- Dedicated to two valiant men who gave their lives saving others during the raging flood of August 1955 ---------- Charles J. Yodkins, Sr A Farmington Police Officer ---------- Joseph J. Morin, . . . Map (db m33063) HM
5 Connecticut, Hartford County, Unionville, Canton Center — Unionville
Located at the west end of Farmington, the village of Unionville was first recognized as such by the U.S. Postal Service in 1834. Earlier it was called Langdon’s Quarter and then Union District. Residents took full advantage of the Farmington . . . Map (db m134927) HM
6 Connecticut, Hartford County, Unionville, Canton Center — Unionville Civil War Memorial
Unionville Honors The Earth That Wraps Her Heroes Clay 1861 – 1865 Map (db m33171) HM
7 Connecticut, Hartford County, Unionville — An Industrial History of Unionville, 1780-1880
Unionville has used Farmington River water power since the late 1700s. The first dam (item D1 on map 1 and Photograph P1), built circa 1780, was just 200 yards upstream from the Route 4 bridge. The canal from this dam was on the west side of . . . Map (db m95986) HM
8 Connecticut, Hartford County, Unionville — Suburban Park 1895-1905
Also known as Rainbow Park, Suburban Park was owned and operated by the Farmington Street Railway Company, which charged fifteen cents for the one hour and fifteen-minute ride from Hartford. At thirty-five acres, the park extended well into . . . Map (db m134917) HM
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9 Connecticut, Hartford County, Unionville — The Water Fountain
Made of rock and iron, the fountain was the first in the nation powered by electricity at a time when streets and homes were still gaslit. The electricity was generated by the trolley line’s power station using the Farmington River. Colored lights . . . Map (db m142561) HM
10 Connecticut, Hartford County, Unionville — Unionville Veterans Monument
In Memory Of The Men Of Unionville Who Died For Their Country First World War Philip E. Bergin • Ernest W. Gustafson • Louis C. Hanrahan • Harold V. Joyce • Christopher H. Rourke Second World War John Garay • Milton Gillespie • Joseph G. . . . Map (db m33172) WM
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Jun. 6, 2023