Founders Of Windsor Historical

Founders Of Windsor Historical (HM1VNN)

Location: Windsor, CT 06095 Hartford County
Country: United States of America

N 41° 51.489', W 72° 38.19'

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Inscription
To the Founders of Windsor
and
The First Congrgational Church
In Connecticut
Which Came to America
In the Mary and John With
Its Pastor - John Warham
May 30, 1635
Settled in Dorchester, Massachusetts
And Migrated To Windsor
In May and October, 1635
This Memorial Erected On
The Site of The First Church Building
by
The Sons and Daughters of The Pilgrims
Connecticut Branch
May 30, 1930

George Alexander · Samuel Allen · Matthew Allyn · Alexander Alvord · Sergeant Benedictus Alvord · Jeffry Baker · Thomas Barber · John Bartlett · Thomas Bascomb · Thomas Bassett · Richard Birge · John Bissell · Mr. John Branker · Thomas Buckland · William Buell · Joshua Carter · Mr. Daniel Clarke · Deacon Henry Clarke · Joseph Clarke · Captain Aaron Cooke · Henry Curris · Nicholas Denslow · Thomas Dewey · Thomas & Robert Dibble · John Dimbleton · John Drake, Sr. · John & Joseph Dwyer · Begat Eggleston · Sergeant Josias Ellsworth · James Eno · William Filley · Thomas Ford · Ambrose Fowler · Walter Fyler · Deacon William Gaylord · Francis Gibbs · Giles Gibbs · Thomas & Nicholas Gilbert · Jonathan Gillett · Matthew Grant · Thomas Gridley · Edward & Matthew Griswold · Thomas Gunn · William Hannum · John Hawkes · Anthony Hawkins · William Hayden · Robert Hayward
· William Hill · John Hillier · Thomas Holcomb · Elder William Hosford · John Hoskins · Simon Hoyte · William Hubbard · Reverend Ephraim Hull · Michael Humphrey · John Hurd · Humphrey Hydes · Mr. Roger Ludlow · Joseph Loomis · Richard Lyman · James & Captain Samuel Marshall · Thomas Marshfield · Major John Mason · Miles Merwin · Deacon John Moore · Thomas Moore · John Moses · Thomas Newberry · Thomas Nowell · Richard Oldage · Thomas Orton · John Osbord · Richard Osborn · John Owen · Sergeant Nicholas Palmer · Elias Parkman · Edward Pattison · George Phelps · George Phillips · Humphrey Pinney · Elwood Pomeroy · Samuel Pond · John Porter Sr. · Philip Randall · William Rockwell · William & Dr. Bray Rosseter · John St. Nicholas · Robert Saltonstall · Richard Saxton · Matthew Sension · Sergeant Thomas Staires · Francis Stiles · Henry Stiles · John Stiles · Thomas Stiles · Ensign Thomas Stoughton · Elder John Strong · John Taylor · Stephen Taylor · Stephen Terry · Thomas Thornton · William Thrall · John Tilley · Peter Tilton · Michael Try · Owen Tudor · Richard Voure · Robert Watson · Richard Weller · Richard Whitehead · Arthur Williams · Roger & John Williams · Lieutenant David Wilton · Robert Winchell · Elder Witchfield · Mr. Henry Wolcott · John Wyatt · John Youngs
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HM NumberHM1VNN
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Year Placed1930
Placed ByThe Sons and Daughters of The Pilgrims, Connecticut Branch
Marker ConditionNo reports yet
Date Added Sunday, November 13th, 2016 at 9:01am PST -08:00
Locationbig map
UTM (WGS84 Datum)18T E 696179 N 4636727
Decimal Degrees41.85815000, -72.63650000
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 41° 51.489', W 72° 38.19'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds41° 51' 29.3400" N, 72° 38' 11.4000" W
Driving DirectionsGoogle Maps
Area Code(s)860
Which side of the road?Marker is on the right when traveling North
Closest Postal AddressAt or near 1-13 N Meadow Rd, Windsor CT 06095, US
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