Morristown, Lamoille County, Vermont

MORRISTOWN VERMONT, an irregularly outlined town in the central part of the county, lies in latitude 44 32′, and longitude 4° 20′, bounded north easterly by Hyde Park, southeasterly by Elmore, southwesterly by Stowe, and northwesterly by Johnson and Cambridge. It was granted November 6, 1780, and chartered to Moses Morse and sixty-four associates, August …

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Lamoille County Vermont and the Revolutionary War

With Vermont, the Revolutionary contest possessed a double interest, and while she lent her aid to redress national grievances, she also maintained a spirited contest on her own account, resolving to secure her independence from New York. The territory treated of in this work, however, has none of -the romantic stories and, traditions of this …

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Stowe, Lamoille County, Vermont

STOWE VERMONT is situated in the southern part of the county, in lat. 44° 28′, and long. 4° 20,’ bounded northeasterly by Morristown, southeasterly by Worcester, southwesterly by Waterbury, and northwesterly by Cambridge and Underhill. The town originally contained an area of 23,040 acres, chartered by Benning Wentworth, governor of New Hampshire, June 8, 1763, …

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Biographies of Lamoille County

The following biographies are contained at Access Genealogy and linked here for your perusal. Adams, Asa Adams, Ezra Nathan Adams, Nathan Alger, Benjamin Alger, Reuben Allen, Isaac Andrews, Asa Andrews, Joseph Jr. Andrus, Luther Andrus, Merrill Atkins, Hiram S. Atwell, Nathan Atwell, William C. Austin, John Bacon, V. N. Bailey, George W. Bailey, J.C. Bailey, …

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