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This Honor Roll is presented to the Citizens of Williamstown by the Richard A. Ruether American Legion Post #152 and is dedicated to all Williamstown Veterans who served during war-time. Revolutionary War 1775-1783 [Honor Roll of Veterans]…
To the memory of the men of Williamstown who gave their lives for their country in the World War Francis Aubin, Cornay, France, October 20th, 1918 George W. Bryant, At Sea, February 23rd, 1919 Frederick A. Busby, Argonne Forest, France, Oct…
Dedicated to all Veterans through peace or war Their memories will never die
The northerly part of this house is one of the earliest extant structures in town. Built about 1767 in "regulation" size, it was enlarged to become a salt box. In the mid-1970's it was completely rebuilt and enlarged to its present form
In a righteous cause they have won immortal glory and have nobly served their nation in serving mankind [Died in service] William Douglas · Martin Lauer · Lambert Lenhardt [Honor Roll of Veterans] Joseph Abraham · …
Dedicated to the honor and sacrifice of the Men and Women from this community who served our country ☆ ☆ ☆ Let none forget they gave their all and faltered not when came the call
Built 1772 as a farmhouse and tavern. Benedict Arnold slept here May 6, 1775 enroute to help Ethan Allen take Fort Ticonderoga. Bread baked here for Battle of Bennington, Aug. 16, 1777.
Built in 1782 by Quakers who had settled Adams (then East Hoosuc) from Smithfield, R. I. and Dartmouth, Mass. in 1769. Coming together from the farms in this valley, the Friends worshipped here for sixty years before the meeting was laid down upon…
In Memory of those members and associates of the East Hoosuck Society of Friends who, laying aside their religious scruples, took up arms, in the War for Independence in defense of their homes and liberties. In the Friends Burial Ground befo…
Originally dedicated Nov. 27, 1922 Rededicated Nov. 2, 2002 There are seventeen trees in this Memorial Park dedicated in memory of our WWI Veterans [who died in service] and all the Veterans of the Great War. ———&mda…
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