ⓘ Bristol, Vermont

                                     

ⓘ Bristol, Vermont

Bristol is a town in Addison County, Vermont, United States. The town was chartered on June 26, 1762, by the colonial Governor of New Hampshire, Benning Wentworth. The charter was granted to Samuel Averill and sixty-three associates in the name of Pocock - in honor of a distinguished English admiral of that name. The population was 3.894 at the 2010 census. Main Street is home to most of the businesses of the town. The town is also home to the Lords Prayer Rock.

                                     
  • Bristol is the main settlement in the town of Bristol in Addison County, Vermont United States, and a census - designated place CDP The population was
  • District is a two - member state Representative district in the U.S. state of Vermont It is one of the 108 one or two member districts into which the state
  • The Bristol Downtown Historic District encompasses the historic late 19th - century commercial heart of Bristol Vermont At first a rural agricultural market
  • Vermont Route 17 VT 17 is a 40.409 - mile 65.032 km long state highway in western Vermont in the United States. The western terminus of the route is
  • The Bristol Cliffs Wilderness is one of eight wilderness areas in the Green Mountain National Forest in the U.S. state of Vermont The area, near Lincoln
  • Library is a public library located in Bristol Vermont The Lawrence Memorial Library was established as the Bristol Library on January 20, 1883 when a group
  • almost immediately intersects Vermont Route 125, then runs concurrently with Vermont Route 17 through much of the town of Bristol Route 116 then continues
  • Vermont vərˈmɒnt listen is a northeastern U.S. state in the New England region. It borders the states of Massachusetts to the south, New Hampshire
  • open in the summertime, meaning the town is principally accessed via Bristol Vermont There are no numbered state highways in Lincoln. According to the