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Weathersfield Township, Windsor County
January 2003

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Official/Political Status

Town


Cities, Towns, Villages, Hamlets within this Township

Amsden, Ascutney, Downers, Greenbush, Newlsons Corner, Perkinsville (village),
Weathersfield, Weathersfield Bow, Weathersfield Center


Town Clerk

Flo-Ann Dango
P.O. Box E
Ascutney, VT 05030-0304
Ph: 674-2626
Fax: 674-2117
E-mail: tclerk@weathersfield.org


Web Site

Weathersfield: http://www.weathersfield.org/

American Local History Network: http://www.usgennet.org/usa/vt/county/windsor/weathersfield/index.htm
US GenWeb: http://home.att.net/~local_history/Windsor-Co-VT.htm#WEATHERSFIELD
Vermont Gateway: http://www.rootsweb.com/~vermont/WindsorWeathersfield.html
Virtual Vermont: http://www.virtualvermont.com/towns/weathersfield.html
Vermont in the Civil War: http://www.vermontcivilwar.org/place/w/weathersfield.shtml


Population According to the U.S. Federal Census


Town
1791
1800
1810
1820
1830
1840
1850
1860
1870
1880
1890
Weathersfield
1,146
1,944
 2,115
 2,301
2,213
2,081
 1,851
1,765
 1,557
 1,354
 1,174

 
Town
1900
1910
1920
1930
1940
1950
1960
1970
1980
1990
2000
Weathersfield
 1,089
1,092
1,087
1,156
1,075
1,288
 1,254
2,040
2,534
2,674
2,788


Cemeteries & Years in Use

Ascutneyville: 1794-present
Deane (family): 1812-1817
Eddy: 1813-1828
Filley (one person): 1794
Greenbush: 1825-present
Grout: 1781-present
Hubbard: 1790-1812
Plain: 1788-present
Richards: 1774-1805
Tolles: 1793-1815
Tuttle: 1772-1882
Upham-Aldrich: 1804-1886
We(a)therbee: 1794-1815
Weathersfield Bow: 1803-present


Local Historical Societies, Libraries & Museums

Weathersfield Historical Society Museum
The Reverend Dan Foster House
Center Road
Weathersfield, VT
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 126
Weathersfield, VT 05151
802-263-5230 (May 1 - Oct 31 only) or 802-263-5361 (Hunter) or 802-263-9462 (Harris) Fax: 802-263-9263 (Hunter) The house was begun during the Revolutionary War and completed in sections dating 1785 through 1825. The 18th-century barn was recently reconstructed. With the addition of the old forge in 1972, the complex houses an extensive collection of historical items, including Civil War memorabilia, a children's room, tools, clothing and textiles, a library with archival photos and genealogies, and the last panther killed in Weathersfield (1867). Activities include an annual antiques show in June, history hikes, lectures, and demonstrations. Contact Person: Alison Roth, PO Box 126, Weathersfield, VT 05151. Hours and Admission: late June to early Oct, Thurs Mon, 2 5pm and by appointment. Free.




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