New Early Vermont Settlers, 1700-1784 sketches from Sharon, VT

An icy Vermont river

Today we’re announcing five new sketches in Early Vermont Settlers, 1700-1784.  These sketches feature heads of families from Sharon, Vermont.  Sharon was established in 1761, named for Sharon, Connecticut.  In 1805 it became the birthplace of Joseph Smith, founder of the Church of the Latter Day Saints.  Scott Andrew Bartley’s study project tracks heads of families who lived in Vermont prior to the Revolutionary War.  His sketches so far have focused on Windham and Windsor counties.

The new sketches are listed below:

Howe, Jonathan (Sharon)
Hutchins, Silas (Sharon)
Marsh, Isaac (Sharon)
Russell, Josiah (Sharon)
Spaulding, Reuben (Sharon)

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