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Hartland Vermont History

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  • Zebina "Bine" Spalding (1789 - 1858)
    Zebina Spalding died at the age of 70 years. He married Abigail Spalding. Abigail was the daughter of Phineas Spalding and Bethiah Rich. Phineas Spalding was born on 15 March 1766 in Plainfield, Connec...
  • Abigail Spalding (1790 - 1864)
    Abigail Spalding was the daughter of Phineas Spalding and Bethiah Rich. Her paternal grandparents were David Spalding and Elizabeth Barrett. David Spalding was born 25 December 1731 and died on 23 Aug...
  • Abigail Chase Adams (1811 - 1874)
    Descendant of Edward Spalding of Braintree, Massachusetts Daughter of Zebina Spalding & Abigal Spalding Sources: The Spalding Memorial by Charles Warren Spalding Sons of the American Revolution Member...
  • Lot Jenne (1840 - 1917)
    He and his sister Olive were raised by his cousin, the Rev. Alonzo Jenne after his parents died vis. "Note from a Find a Grave Contributor sent to me on November 3, 2016 I believe that he is d...
  • Rev. Alonzo O. Jenne (1822 - 1892)
    findagrave reads: "He married Bathsheba Roene (sic) in 1838. They were the (foster) parents of the following children: Lot Jenne 1839 – 1917 Olive E. Jenne 1846 – These children were evidently orphans...

~• harkening back to the farming days of early Hartland, Windsor County, and environs...

add families who lived in Hartland, Windsor County, Vermont


  1. Historical Society Name Index
  2. Historical Society Home Page
  3. Business Directory 1883-1884
  4. History of the Universalist Society of Hartland-Four-Corners (1902)
  5. Hartland in the Revolutionary War
  6. bear chase with dogs by Chauncey Richardson
  7. Creek names in Windsor County (mostly Hartland and Woodstock) in the early 1900's = Vermont. State Fish and Game Commission (1918)
  8. U.S., Indexed County Land Ownership Maps, 1860-1918 Vermont, Windsor, 1869
  9. if you have access to ancestry dot com, the clearest 1869 landholder map of Hartland is at . Search the site for other towns at U.S., Indexed County Land Ownership Maps, 1860-1918 > suggestion: Cross link surname with
  10. Windsor County Agricultural Society in 1848 Vermont Mercury (Woodstock, Vermont)21 Jan 1848, FriPage 2 see also teasel crop = "Best half-acre of teasels Edmund Pierce of Barnard"
  11. The Fieldsville Spring and its curative powers = . The clairvoyant dau. sounds to be Julia Field form the tone of the Vermont Journal (Windsor, Vermont)16 Apr 1892, Sat., Page 4
  12. one memorial day in particular remembers Civil War soldiers form Hartland : see also the account at = Vermont Journal (Windsor, Vermont) 06 Jun 1924, Fri Page 4
  13. Woodstock Historical Society


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