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History of Waterville, Lamoille County, Vermont

WATERVILLE, an irregular outlined town lying in the northwestern part of the county, in latitude 44 33′, and longitude 4° 11′ bounded north by Belvidere, east by Belvidere and Johnson, south by Cambridge, and west by Bakersfield and Fletcher, in Franklin...

Biography of Henry Moses McFarland

McFarland, Henry Moses, of Hyde Park, son of Moses and Livonia (Leach) McFarland, was born in Waterville, August 5, 1852. Mr. McFarland’s great-grandfather served in the war of the Revolution, coming out of the service with the rank of major. His father also...

Biography of Martin Shattuck

Martin Shattuck, son of Randall and Mary Ann (Thomas) Shattuck, Randall being the youngest son of Moody, was born in this town in Feb. 5, 1842. Mr. Shattuck received his intellectual training at the common schools of Belvidere, but his practical education was derived...

Biographical Sketch of Freeborn White

Freeborn White, from Northbridge, Mass., came to Eden in 1830, after a short residence in Waterville. He located upon a farm on road 19, where he resided about fifteen years, then resided with his several children until his death. Charles A., the second of his eight...

Waterville, Lamoille County, Vermont Directory

(For explanations, etc., see main page) Railroad station is Cambridge junction, 4 miles south, on St. J. & L. C., and B. & L. R. R. Daily stage. Adams Lyman W., (Waterville) r 18, blacksmith, runs turning lathe. Alford Adial, (Waterville) r 13, farmer, leases...
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