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(South face)Erected by the State of Connecticut and Citizens of the Town. In memory of Winchester Volunteers, who died or were killed in the War of the Rebellion, and whose bodies were not brought home for burial. (East face)Inscribed with the …
Hale Barn and TrailIn front of you stands the Hale Barn, a vanishing example of 18th century barns that once graced much of the Connecticut countryside. Today, it is owned by the Colebrook Land Conservancy and is protected along with the 38 acres …
In Memory OfThose Who Died In TheService Of Our CountryFromColebrook, Conn.Dedicated 1959
[ front ]ColebrookThe last town in colonial Connecticut to be settled, Colebrook was named after a town in Devonshire, England. The reason is now unknown, The year 1765 saw Benjamin Horton, leader of a trickle of settlers, arrive amid virgin fores…
Donated to the Town of WinchesterDedicated ToAll Veterans Of All Wars* * * Past And Present * * *May their commitment to our countrynever be forgottenThe Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United StatesSeicheprey VFW Post No. 296Winsyed, CTMemorial D…
This LandscapingIs A LivingMemorial For ThoseWho ServedTheir CountryIn World War IIWinsted Woman's Club
To Keep In RememberanceThe Men Of WinchesterWho Gave Their ServiceEven Unto DeathFor Their CountryAnd Her Kindred NationsBeyond The Seas1917 - 1918This Tablet Is ErectedAnd These Oaks StandAs A Living MemorialLeonard F. Burns · William Burn…
[ front ]Dedicated To ThoseVeterans of W W IIWho Paid The UltimatePrice For FreedomBeeman H. · Bernstein D. · Brault A. · Canty J. · Carr J. · Derose W. · Dietlin K. · Dombrowski W. · Dyson G…
[ south side ] 1904For The DeadA Tribute -For The LivingA Memory -For PosterityAn EmblemOf Loyalty To The FlagOf Their Country.[ north side ] The Gift Of Charles B. Pine In honor of the patriotismand to perpetuate the memoryof these 368 brave m…