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Plymouth, Connecticut Historical Markers

 
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By Michael Herrick, February 22, 2010
Constitution Oak and Marker
Connecticut (Litchfield County), Plymouth — Constitution Oak
Constitution Oak In 1902, Connecticut held a constitutional convention. Each town was given a pin oak to honor the event. This tree is one of the few remaining. — Map (db m28119) HM
Connecticut (Litchfield County), Plymouth — First Congregational Church of Plymouth
First Congregational Church of Plymouth The First Congregational Church had its beginnings as the Ecclesiastical Society of Northbury, established in 1739. The first meetinghouse was completed during the 1760s. The second meetinghouse was . . . — Map (db m90830) HM
Connecticut (Litchfield County), Plymouth — Greystone FallsIreland, Hoadleyville, Greystone — Plymouth, CT
Eli Terry was born April 13, 1772. In 1793 Eli Terry moved to Plymouth where he was involved in the production of wooden movement clocks. Due to Terry's manufacturing techniques, clocks became affordable to the American household. In . . . — Map (db m90894) HM
Connecticut (Litchfield County), Plymouth — Loyal Sons and Daughtersof the Town of Plymouth, Connecticut
1917-1918 1941-1945 Dedicated to the loyal sons and daughters of Plymouth, Connecticut, who served their country during World Wars I and II. Erected though the generosity of Judge Andrew W. Granniss, 1953 — Map (db m29861) HM
Connecticut (Litchfield County), Plymouth — Plymouth
Plymouth First settled in the 1720's on land acquired from the Tunxis Indians, the Town of Plymouth, originally named Northbury, was incorporated in 1795. It includes the communities of Plymouth, Terryville, Pequabuck (formerly Susanville), East . . . — Map (db m28095) HM
Connecticut (Litchfield County), Plymouth — Plymouth Burying Ground1747
Plymouth Burying Ground 1747 National Register of Historic Places Here lie buried Veterans of the French and Indian War, the Revolutionary War, and the War of 1812. The gravestones are in rows running north and south. The bodies were placed . . . — Map (db m90734) HM
Connecticut (Litchfield County), Plymouth — Plymouth Center School
Plymouth Center School Plymouth Center School (right side of top photo) stood on this site from 1900 to 1952. It was built for $6,330, and did not include indoor plumbing. There was an outhouse with separate sections for the boys, girls, and . . . — Map (db m90736) HM
Connecticut (Litchfield County), Plymouth — Plymouth Soldiers Memorial
[ south side ] Lincoln Erected to Perpetuate the Memory Of Those Who Lost Their Lives In The War of 1861 Chaplain James Averill • Lieut. E. J. Candee • Lieut. H. Hubbard • Sgt. W.A. Bishop • Sgt. H.D. Bishop • Sgt. D.B. Wooster • . . . — Map (db m28097) HM
Connecticut (Litchfield County), Plymouth — Site Of St. Peter’s Church
Site Of St. Peter’s Church 1796 - 1915 (panel next to the marker) St. Peter’s Episcopal Church St. Peter's Episcopal parish was organized in 1740 by eleven families who longed for their beloved Church of England. They built . . . — Map (db m90730) HM

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