ⓘ Pittsford, Vermont

                                     

ⓘ Pittsford, Vermont

Pittsford is a town in Rutland County, Vermont, United States. As of the 2010 census, the town population was 2.991. Named for William Pitt, it has two picket forts used in the American Revolutionary War.

                                     
  • Pittsford may refer to: Places in the United States Pittsford Township, Michigan Pittsford village New York Pittsford town New York Pittsford Vermont
  • The Pittsford Green Historic District encompasses the heart of the traditional village center of Pittsford Vermont Centered on a stretch of United States
  • Pittsford Rutland County, Vermont United States. A post office existed in Florence from 1882 to 1903. Vermont Place Names - Real Places in Vermont vermont - elections
  • Pittsford is a village in Monroe County, New York, United States. The population was 1, 355 at the 2010 census. It is named after Pittsford Vermont the
  • Hopkins, War of 1812 hero and subsequently Pittsford Town Supervisor, for the town of his birth, Pittsford Vermont The Erie Canal passes through the town
  • Fort Mott, located in Pittsford Vermont was a picket fort used by American militiamen during the American Revolutionary War. The fort was constructed
  • census the Rutland - 6 District included all of the Rutland County towns of Pittsford and Sudbury. After the 2010 census the Rutland - 6 District was expanded
  • carrying Depot Hill Road over Otter Creek in Pittsford Vermont The bridge was built about 1840, and is one of Vermont s older covered bridges. It underwent
  • first town supervisor of Pittsford New York, USA. In 1791, Caleb Hopkins moved from his hometown, Pittsford Rutland county, Vermont to what is now Monroe
  • Palmer House is a historic house at 2636 United States Route 7 in Pittsford Vermont Built in 1832, it is a relatively upscale brick house, with Federal