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This Land Has Been Given To
The Roxbury Land Trust
In Memory Of
Sp4 Brian E. Tierney
Who Gave His Life At Age Nineteen
In Loyal Service To His Country In Vietnam.
He Was Awarded The Distinguished Service Cross
For Extraordinary Heroism In A…
To The Memory OfCadet Charles K. Hodgeof theU.S. Military AcademyAnd A MemberOf The Third ClassOf 1839-40[ north side ] He Died SuddenlyWhilst On A Visit To His ParentsAt Roxbury Conn.on theThirty First Of August 1839.Aged 19 Years 9 MonthsAnd 4 D…
The Town of RoxburyHonors Her Sons & DaughtersWho Served During Times of War World War IJohn Francis Acton · Percy Peck Beardsley · John Milo Bolt · John Grimes Butler · Robert Callahan · Harold Collins · …
This 112-Acre Parcel Has Been PreservedIn PerpetuitySince Sept. 11, 2002By The Roxbury Land TrustEdward F. and Elizabeth M. OrzechWhose Family Established Their Farm HereIn 1924
Recognized on the National Register of Historic Places, Mine Hill is the site of a 19th century iron mine and furnace complex. The Roxbury Land Trust acquired the 360-acre preserve in 1978. The significant stone and brick structural remains of the…
In memory of those who served in World War II from Roxbury, Conn.Killed In ActionDavid A. Barker · Harold C. Collins · Paul C. MacDonaldServedJames M. Acton, Jr. · James McK. Beatty · Harold Beers · John J. Berge…
North Face:Col. Seth Warnerof theArmy of the RevolutionBornin Roxbury, CT May 17, 1743A residentof Bennington, VT from1765 to 1784Died in his native parishDec 25, 1784West Face:Captor of Crown PointCommander of theGreen Mountain Boysin the repulse…
1713 - First structure by white settlers built near Shepaug River.
1732 - 33 - First meeting house erected. Old Roxbury Road.
1743 - Roxbury parish established by Connecticut General Assembly.
Birthplace of three cousins of Revolutionary …