ⓘ Rockingham, Vermont

                                     

ⓘ Rockingham, Vermont

Rockingham is a town in Windham County, Vermont, United States, along the Connecticut River. The population was 5.282 at the 2010 census. Rockingham includes the incorporated villages of Bellows Falls and Saxtons River, as well as a large rural area west of Interstate 91.

Rockingham has no formal town center, and not the city offices and public libraries in Rockingham located in the village of Bellows falls. The approximate centre-Rockingham meeting house is on route 103, a popular route East-West across the state. The meeting house was built in the village of Rockingham, after the main settlement in the city, but with the increased use of water power, the population moved to other villages, situated on two rivers in the city. Most of what is left of the village of Rockingham, more than a dozen buildings, also called Old town burned down during the fire of April 14, 1908, the fire came close to a house meeting, but he was saved. Houses, hotels and shops that burned and was not rebuilt.

                                     
  • a historic civic and religious building on Meeting House Road in Rockingham Vermont United States. The Meeting House was built between 1787 and 1801
  • The Rockingham Village Historic District encompasses the traditional village center of the town of Rockingham Vermont Settled in the 18th century, the
  • Richmond County Rockingham Speedway The Rock a former NASCAR track located outside of Rockingham NC Rockingham Vermont Rockingham Avenue, Brentwood
  • Falls is an incorporated village located in the town of Rockingham in Windham County, Vermont United States. The population was 3, 148 at the 2010 census
  • 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
  • 531 acres 2.15 km2 in Grafton and Rockingham in Windham County, Vermont The forest is managed by the Vermont Department of Forests, Parks, and Recreation
  • Philip Davis moved his family to Rockingham Vermont in 1792, and Middlebury, Vermont in 1806. Davis was educated in Rockingham and Middlebury, and in 1808
  • Bridge is a wooden covered bridge in the village of Bartonsville, in Rockingham Vermont United States. The bridge is a lattice truss style with a 151 - foot
  • located in southern Rockingham Vermont carries Hall Bridge Road across the Saxtons River, just north of its junction with Vermont Route 121. It is a
  • river then flows in a narrow valley near Vermont Route 103 between rolling hills into the town of Rockingham where it joins the Connecticut River at
  • page 1114 Hayes, History of the Town of Rockingham Vermont Vermont Vital Records, 1720 - 1908, Rockingham Vermont Town Clerk burial record for Henry E.
  • bridge, carrying U.S. Route 5 US 5 across the Williams River in Rockingham Vermont Built in 1929 and rebuilt in 1971 - 72, it is one of four bridges