“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 Woodbury

View of marker on Main Street to the North image, Touch for more information
By Michael Herrick, March 27, 2009
View of marker on Main Street to the North
1Connecticut (Litchfield County), Woodbury — Ancient Trading Path
In past times the ancient paths in Connecticut were formed by large animals as they moved with the seasons and migrated to salt deposits. The Native Americans followed these same paths as they hunted these animals, traded with other tribes and also . . . — Map (db m112637) HM
2Connecticut (Litchfield County), Woodbury — Glebe House
Ό Mile West At The GLEBE HOUSE The Episcopal Clergy Chose Samuel Seabury First Bishop, 1783 — Map (db m17639) HM
3Connecticut (Litchfield County), Woodbury — In Memory Of George Washington
In Memory Of George Washington 1732 – 1799 These Trees Were Planted By The Daughters Of The Cincinnati To Commemorate The Bi-Centennial 1932 — Map (db m29501) HM
4Connecticut (Litchfield County), Woodbury — Malcolm “Mac” Baldrige
In memory of long time neighbor and friend Malcolm “Mac” Baldrige 1922 – 1987 Soldier, Industrialist, Team Roper, Member Cowboy Hall of Fame, United States Secretary of Commerce 1981-1987, Recipient United States . . . — Map (db m19502) HM
5Connecticut (Litchfield County), Woodbury — Soldiers' Memorial
West face: In memory of Woodbury soldiers who died in the Rebellion of 1861. Above the main inscription are the names of one first lieutenant, two second lieutenants, and Commissary Sergt. Walt J. Orton, Oct. 7, '64 Serg'ts . . . — Map (db m19504) HM
6Connecticut (Litchfield County), Woodbury — The Common
In memory of The Sons of Old Woodbury Those who gave their lives in war Those who lived to build a new nation Those who are known Those who must remain ever nameless Bicentennial of the American Revolution 1776                1976 . . . — Map (db m19226) HM
7Connecticut (Litchfield County), Woodbury — Woodbury
In 1659 citizens of Stratford purchased from the Pegasset Indians the land, then called Pomperaug Plantation, that is now occupied by Woodbury, Southbury, Roxbury, Bethlehem and parts of Washington, Middlebury and Oxford. It was re-named Woodbury in . . . — Map (db m17607) HM
8Connecticut (Litchfield County), Woodbury — Woodbury World War I Memorial
In honor of the men of Woodbury who rendered service in the World War 1917-1919 Ralph G. Adams • William M. Adams • Gustave Daniel Anderson • George H. Barnes • Harry J. Bauch • Howard D. Beardsley • Edson J. Bennett • William B. Bennett, . . . — Map (db m19505) HM
9Connecticut (Litchfield County), Woodbury — Woodbury World War II Memorial
[Left Tablet] In honor of the men and women of Woodbury who rendered service World War II 1941-1945 Abbott, H. Ellsworth • Cole, Francis P. • Giggey, Kempton L. • Lundin, Frank G. • Atwood, Gilbert • Cole, Ralph E. • Gillis, Carter E. . . . — Map (db m19853) HM
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