Now It's Your TurnWhat's your story?
History In The Making
For This Train Well Travelled..
The Reincarnation Of
Looking into my Revolutionary Veteran Eben Clark, of Halifax, VT. Served under Cousin Col. Ira Allen. Cousin also to Col. Seth Warner.
The exhibit helps portray our heritage.
Luke Knowlton (Knoulton) is my fifth maternal great grandfather.
I've been deeply engrossed in genealogy for years. My job will take me to Massachusetts in March. I plan on visiting Brattleboro and Newfane on a whirlwind weekend genealogical research expedition.
I grew up in Vermont and moved away in the 1970's.
My family is still there and I visit at least once a year. This time I'm bringing my sister-in-laws. They have never been to Vermont and I was looking for things we could do without a lot of walking, as one is in a wheelchair.
Brought back a lot of memories.
Great site. I recently found out that I am the great, great granddaughter of Lt. Col. Harry Niles Worthen. I love having a site where I can learn more about him, as the family have all passed.
Actually my great grandparents were from Vermont they had 13-14 children. Great grandmother Emma Gates one of her daughters names Rose Gates.I know she would have been probably over 100yrs old if she were alive. Just trying to put some info together.
The FUHV slide show is great, I appreciate the photographic experience it offers.
What a very interesting and informative exhibit. Thank you for your hard work.
As a past history helper at the museum I love being able to "visit" the museum any time I want now that I am a new resident of PA. I miss VT.
This is amazing! And I heard Billy Kidd was at the Museum yesterday...how cool is that!?