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Historical Markers and War Memorials in East Windsor

 
Broad Brook Windsorville Melrose Veterans Memorial and East Windsor Town Hall image, Touch for more information
By Michael Herrick, February 5, 2018
Broad Brook Windsorville Melrose Veterans Memorial and East Windsor Town Hall
GEOGRAPHIC SORT
1Connecticut (Hartford County), East Windsor — Broad Brook Windsorville Melrose Veterans Memorial
In Memory Of the Men and Women of Broad Brook Windsorville Melrose Who Served In The Armed Forces of the U.S.A. Erected 1959 — Map (db m113953) WM
2Connecticut (Hartford County), East Windsor — East Windsor
East Windsor Separated from Old Windsor and constituted a township on the “second Thursday of May A.D. 1768”. In this area was the Nortin Society of Old Windsor, organized in May 1752. Ferry service established by John Bissell in 1641 . . . — Map (db m113964) HM
3Connecticut (Hartford County), East Windsor — East Windsor Veterans Memorial
In Tribute to Those Men and Women of This Community Who Nobly Answered Their Country’s Call by Patriotic Service In All Her Wars Beginning With The Founding of The American Colonies. Dedicated May 30, 1938 by Barry - Poulter Post No 40 . . . — Map (db m114599) WM
4Connecticut (Hartford County), East Windsor — East Windsor World War I Monument
For Democacy Erected in Memory of Our Boys in the Town of East Windsor, Conn. Who, in the Time of Out Country’s Need, Willingly Laid Aside Their Duties to Enter The World War Offering Their Lives and Sacred Honor On the Altars of Our . . . — Map (db m113957) WM
5Connecticut (Hartford County), East Windsor — Site of Constitutional Oak
Site of Constitutional Oak Commemorating the Connecticut Constitutional Convention of 1902 Presented to Harold A. Middleton East Windsor Delegate Erected by East Windsor Historical Society 1966 — Map (db m113970) HM
6Connecticut (Hartford County), East Windsor — Spirit of Unity Time Capsule
Spirit of Unity Time Capsule To be Opened June 10, 2092 Dedicated June 10, 1992 To the People of East Windsor, South Windsor and Ellington Who united in purpose on June 10, 1991 to oppose the siting of a radioactive dump in order to . . . — Map (db m113960) HM
 
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