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1774 ? Old Stone Meeting House ? 1974George Landcraft - DesignerOldest Stone Meeting House in New England1711 founding of church - Jacob Hemingway first student of Yale, first pastor of church. 1772 started construction. 1774 first services here.1…
Bronze BellPresented to the Town of East HavenCommemorating American Bicentennial1776 - 1976By the Exchange Club of East HavenIt Served the Christ Church CongregationFrom 1848 to 1964 Also Presented ByEast HavenMasonic Lodge #138 AF & AM
Town of East HavenConnecticutThis flagpole was dedicated to the residents of the Townof East Haven on Charter Day May 10, 1985 in observanceof the 200th Anniversary of the Town Incorporation andgranting of its Charter. Mayor Anthony Proto Jr.…
Marquis de Lafayette1757 ? 1834General in the Continental ArmyCamped Here With 2800 TroopsEnroute to Rhode IslandJuly 26 and 27, 1778dedicated here byCT Society Sons of the American RevolutionGeneral David Humphries BranchandThe East Haven Histori…
This is the Site OfThe Theodore Roosevelt OakGiven by ThePresident of The United StatesTo the Town of East HavenOn May 1, 1908 Erected byThe East Haven Women's Club1965
This TributeTo The Worth of Her SonsWho Have By Land and SeaOffered Their Lives In Defense of Their CountryIs Erected by The Citizens of East HavenDedicated 1911Rededicated 1990By East Haven Historical Society andEconomic Development Commission[ w…
East HavenWorld War MemorialNot In Vain They Served19171918These Gave Their LivesHarry R. BartlettCortland V. BirdsellWilliam CorcoranJohn B. HealeyJohn Liedke
Keep ForeverLiving TheFreedos ForWhich TheyServed Let None ForgetThey Gave Their AllAnd Faltered NotWhen Came The Call Erected ByEast Haven Town GreenRestoration CommitteeAmerican Legion Post 89American Legion Post 175Veterans of Foreign Wars P…
1941 ? ? 1945East HavenWorld War II MemorialIn Loving Memory of Our SonsWho Made The Supreme SacrificeSisto A. Aldieri · Frederic N. Burdette · John E. Cox · Thomas N. Fenney · Joseph Ferraiolo · Richard J. Fox &…
[ front ]East HavenThis area, purchased by the Reverend John Davenport and Theophilus Eaton in 1638, was later known as East Farms. It was obtained from Indian sachems Momaugin and Mantowese. In 1639 Thomas Gregson, the first landowner, purchased …