ⓘ Moretown, Vermont

                                     

ⓘ Moretown, Vermont

Moretown Village was devastated in 2011 by Hurricane Irene. More than 60 homes and buildings flooded, including the post office, the town offices, the church, the school and the fire station.

In 1913, 125 acres were purchased in North Moretown and built a talc processing facility. On this day, the old structure remains the hallmark of the city in disrepair.

                                     
  • The Washington - 2 District includes all of the Washington County towns of Moretown Northfield, and Roxbury. As of the 2000 census, the state as a whole had
  • encompasses a large rural landscape in northern Waitsfield and southern Moretown Vermont Encompassing some 1, 400 acres 570 ha of bottom lands on either
  • born in Moretown Vermont on 25 October 1830. He was appointed as regimental quartermaster with rank of first lieutenant of the 6th Vermont Infantry
  • March 13, 1817 1889 was an American farmer and legislator. Born in Moretown Vermont Clapp moved to Wisconsin Territory in 1836 and settled in Hudson
  • a northeast southwest direction. Vermont Route 100B VT 100B is a spur route that branches off of VT 100 in Moretown The designation is about eight miles
  • Montpelier Moretown Northfield Plainfield Roxbury Waitsfield Warren Waterbury Woodbury Worcester Members of the Vermont Senate, 2005 2006 session Vermont Senate
  • 1, 126 Calais 1, 101 East Montpelier 1, 061 Marshfield 1, 032 Berlin 1, 021 Moretown 902 Middlesex 883 Woodbury 862 Warren 826 Duxbury 778 Waitsfield 760 Plainfield
  • contested race for a seat on the Moretown Select Board. Van Deusen, at the time a District Vice President of the Vermont AFL - CIO active within US Labor
  • Deavitt was born in Moretown Vermont on December 1, 1871. He was raised in Montpelier, graduated from the University of Vermont in 1893, received a law