Middletown earned a place in our national history through its association with major historical figures in both the colonial and Civil War eras. Between andMajor Isaac Hite, Jr. and his wife, Nelly Conway Madison (sister of President James Madison), built a large limestone mansion one mile southwest of Middletown. Shown above - the Middleton Girl Scouts holding their first Court of Honor on June 4, The Old Bandshell Often bandshells were a gathering place in a community and offered performances by local talent.
We would like to thank Middleton Power Center for their generous donation of a lawnmower to the Middleton Area Historical Society.
Nov 09, These 13 Photos of Massachusetts In The s Are Mesmerizing. There’s a special feeling that comes from looking at old photographs. They draw you backward in time and let you glimpse life as it was for your parents and treelop.buzzted Reading Time: 2 mins. According to local historian, Dorothy Thayer: “Excavations by Dr. Maurice Robbins of Attleboro, Massachusetts, at the area near the mouth of the Nemasket River, have revealed an Archaic Village in Middleborough that dates back to at least BC.
This date. February 25ththe town voted to raise the six men required of it (or the defense of Horse Neck, and a committee was authorized to obtain the men at whatever price they might cost. On the 18th of March following, it was voted to raise two men from each of the nine classes in the town, to fill the quota in the Continental army.
About the author: R.W. Bacon, editor of The Middler, the newsletter of the Society of Middletown First Settlers Descendants, is a publication editor/designer, historian, and museum professional based in Newburyport, Massachusetts. He is the author of Early Families of Middletown, Connecticut - Volume I:published by Variety Arts Press.
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