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On This Site StoodThe Methodist ChurchWhich Was DestroyedBy The Tornado Of July 10, 1989
LitchfieldSettled 1720Oliver Wolcott HomeReeve's Law School On South St.
[ west side ] WadhamsThe battle is fought, the victory won.Rest, Soldiers, Rest.
[ north side ] Edward Wadhams1st Sergt.Co. E. 8. Regt. C.V.Killed near Fort Darling Va.May 16, 1864Aged 27 [ east side ] Capt.Luman WadhamsCo. A. 2. C.V.A.Wounde…
Mustered Out35 grave stones of Civil War soldiers surround the monument. 4 large cannon balls mark the corners of the plot.
DedicatedTo All VeteransofWorld War II December 7, 1991In Commemorationof the50th AnniversaryOf Japan'sAttack On Pearl HarborDecember 7, 1941* * *Presentedto theBorough of Bantam, CTbyTyler-Seward-KubishPost 44American Legion* * *M1 57mmAnti Tank …
Forever MournedForever HonoredThoseOf Our CommunityWho Served TheirCountry In TimeOf War
Dedicated May 30, 1958
Site Of Birthplace OfHorace BushnellApril 14, 1802Feb. 17, 1876Noted Theologian For WhomHartford'sBushnell ParkAndBushnell HallWere Named
Site ofPierce AcademyIn 1792 Sarah PierceOpened First AcademyFor Girls in America
Homesite OfLyman BeecherBirthplace OfHenry Ward BeecherHarriet Beecher Stowe
In Honor Of Those From LitchfieldWho Served In World War II 1941 - 1947[ 480 names are listed, front and back. The stars next to the following names indicate they gave their lives. ] Baldi, Albert M. · Banker, Douglas · Bigenwalt, C…