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Pork Hollow. Near this spot where hidden military stores belonging to the army of the Revolution during Tryon's raid through Connecticut.
Ansonia's Tribute To the Memory of Her SonsWho Gave Their LivesTo Their CountryIn the Rebellion Of1861. - 1865. [ Battle names on base of pedestal: ] Malvern Hill · Gettysburg · Antietam · Mobile
American Liberty Elm Dedicated by the Derby HistoricalSociety July 10, 2002on the 250th Anniversary of theBirth of General David Humphreys1752 - 1818Sponsored byThe City of Ansonia
[Marker Front]: To The Memory Of These Pupils of The Elm Street School Who Made the Supreme Sacrifice For Their Country During The World War This Monument Is Dedicated
William F. Bresnahan18th. Inf. 1st. Div, Killed at Meuse - Argonne Oc…
Here the first settlers came in 1654 and established a settlement called Uptown Derby. It is now part of the City of Ansonia, incorporated in 1889.South of this green is the home of General David Humphreys who, as aide-de-camp to General George W…
Birthplace of David Humphreys 1752 - 1818, Soldier, Poet, Diplomat, Industrial Pioneer
Inscribe around the globe topping this memorial are the words:Blessed are the mercifulHalfway up the column, on the street side, is inscribed: In Memoriam Anna Sewell Author Of "Black Beauty"
In Memory ofWarren J. Carver4th Regt. U.S. Marine CorpsKilled in action Jan. 25, 1942at Mariveles BataanPhilippine IslandsThe first Ansonia boyto die for his Countryin the War with Japan
[ Center Panel ] Lest We ForgetThis memorial is dedicatedby the grateful citizens ofthe City of Ansonia to preserveand honor the memory of allthose brave men and women whoserved our country so selflessly intime of conflict. [ Left Panel ] Friend…
In observance of the U.S. Bicentennial, Elizabeth Clarke Hull Chapter NSDAR marks the site of a Charter Oak seedling given to the City of Ansonia Oct. 27, 1966, by former Mayor Frank P. Fitzpatrick May 15, 1976