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It Happened in Milford - Part 11

It Happened in Milford - Part 11
Co-authored by Jean Tsang and David Gregory

1705- The Upper Meadow” or Sargent Camp’s Hop Garden located in the northwest corner of Milford was settled by Joseph Wheeler. It became known as Wheeler’s Farm. Wheeler’s Farm Road is named after him.

Mary Treat passed away on July 2, 1803 at the age of 78. Her tombstone reads:
Hear what the voice from Heaven proclaim For all the pious dead Sweet is the memory of their name And soft their sleeping bed.

Wednesday, March 18, 1931 coming to the Capitol Theater: Virginia Cherill and John Wayne star in “Girls Demand Excitement.”

We apologize. Last week a picture of Governor's Monument rather than Soldiers Monument was included in our writing. We apologize for the error.

For more information the City of Milford's 375th Anniversary Celebration visit www.milfordct375.org or email info@milfordct375.org


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