ⓘ Pawlet, Vermont

                                     

ⓘ Pawlet, Vermont

Pawlet was one of the New Hampshire Grants, chartered from Benning Wentworth, Governor of colonial New Hampshire. The charter was granted on August 26, 1761 to Jonathan Willard and 61 other shareholders. The town was named for the Mettawee River, which was called "Paulet" or "Paulette" on the earliest maps of the area that later became Vermont. It was part of Bennington County until Rutland County was created in 1781.

The first town meeting on record was held on December 22, 1775. Since this meeting was named town clerk Simeon Burton, it is obvious that Pawlet has already been solved then.

                                     
  • Pawlet Town Hall houses the municipal offices of the town of Pawlet Vermont Located at 122 School Street in the village center, it was built in 1881
  • Pawlet or Pawlett may refer to: Pawlet Vermont United States Pawlett, Somerset, England
  • District includes all of the Rutland County towns of Middletown Springs, Pawlet Wells, and the portion of the Bennington County town of Rupert not included
  • 8 School, is a historic school building at 9 Warren Switch Road in Pawlet Vermont United States. It is a single - room district schoolhouse built in 1852
  • was born in Pawlet Vermont in 1786, and graduated from Dartmouth College in 1822. Upon graduation, he practiced medicine in Barton, Vermont continuing
  • Moses and Sarah Kilham Porter of Pawlet Vermont p. 74. The Descendants of Moses and Sarah Kilham Porter of Pawlet Vermont pp. 74 - 75. The Descendants of
  • The Nathan Allen House is a historic house on Vermont Route 30 in Pawlet Vermont Built about 1834, it is an excellent local example of a late Federal
  • converted to the D H rail trail. The Salem, New York - West Rupert, Vermont and West Pawlet Vermont - Granville, New York segments were sold to the New York State
  • Meeting PDF Town of Castleton. March 14, 2016. Retrieved November 1, 2018. Select Board Pawlet Vermont pawlet vt.gov. Retrieved 2018 - 11 - 02. Website
  • Vermont Route 133 is a 22.476 - mile 36.172 km north south state highway in Rutland County, Vermont United States. It runs from Pawlet in the south to
  • 14 miles 21.15 km from the New York state line at Rupert to VT 30 in Pawlet VT 153 is entirely town - maintained and goes through Bennington and Rutland
  • College and the University of Michigan Hollister was born in North Pawlet Vermont in 1869, the son of F. S. Hollister, a traveling agent, and Julia