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Morristown Township, Lamoille County
January 2003

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Official/Political Status

Town


Cities, Towns, Villages, Hamlets within this Township

Cadys Falls (aka Cadysville, aka Gates Falls, aka Lower Falls, aka Mill Village),
Morristown, Morristown Corner, Morrisville


Town Clerk

Mary Ann Wilson
PO Box 748
Morrisville, VT 05661-0748
Ph: 888-6370
Fax: 888-6375
E-mail: mawtclerk@pwshift.com


Web Site

American Local History Network: no info
US GenWeb: http://home.att.net/~local_history/Lamoille-Co-VT.htm#MORRISTOWN
http://www.usroots.com/~sirjames/vt/lamoille/morristown.htm
Vermont Gateway: http://www.rootsweb.com/~vermont/LamoilleMorriston.html
Vertual Vermont: http://www.virtualvermont.com/towns/morristown.html
Vermont in the Civil War: http://www.vermontcivilwar.org/place/m/morrisville.shtml


Population According to the U.S. Federal Census


Town
1791
1800
1810
1820
1830
1840
1850
1860
1870
1880
1890
Morristown
 10
144
550
726
 1,315
 1,502
 1,441
 1,751
 1,897
 2,099
 2,411
Lamoille Co.
 549
 1,730
 3,860
 4,962
 8,468
 10,059
 7,893
 12,311
 12,448
12,684 
12,831 

 
Town
1900
1910
1920
1930
1940
1950
1960
1970
1980
1990
2000
Morristown
 2,583
2,652
2,813
2,939
3,130
3,225
3,347
4,052
4,448
4,733
5,139
Lamoille Co.
 12,289
 12,585
 11,858
 10,947
 11,028
 11,388
 11,027
 13,309
 16,767
 19,735
 23,233


Cemeteries & Years in Use

Lakeview: 1801-present
Laporte: 1815-present
Mt. View: 1807-present
Plains-Green Lawn: 1812-present
Pleasant View: 1870-present
Randolph-Herrick: 1823-present
Riverbank: 1799-1982
Wheeler: 1804-present


Local Historical Societies, Libraries & Museums

Noyes House Museum
One Main Street
Morrisville, VT
Mailing Address:
The Morristown Historical Society
P.O. Box 1299
Morrisville, VT 05661
802-888-7617
The Noyes House, a two story federal style brick mansion built by the Safford Family in the early 19th century, was the first location to be settled in the village of Morrisville. Exhibits of local and regional history, photographs, furnishings, toys, household and farm tools, quilts, costumes, military artifacts, souvenir pitchers, Toby mugs, and other artifacts related to industry, home life and leisure activities in the 19th and 20th centuries, can be viewed throughout 17 rooms and a carriage barn. Research archives and an extensive photograph collection available for public viewing. Activities include guided tours, historical programs, special exhibits and an annual open house featuring the Morrisville Military Band. Contact Person: Sheri Leahan. Hours and Admission: Late June - August, Wed. - Sat, 1 - 5 p.m. Admission by donation only. Access for the disabled is limited to the main floor of the house and carriage barn.




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