"Here amid these picturesque hills our forefathers and foremothers toiled for the sake of goodly heritage. We should do no less."
World War 1 Marker

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This momument
is erected by the citizens
of the

Town of Willington, Connecticut

In sacred memory and appreciation of those brave men who went forth in response to the call of our country to fight for its freedom and peace.
May 30, 1921
We remember them, their courage and their God.
Old Congregational Bell

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In 1876 this bell was bought from the congregational church of Stafford for $140 and was hung in the belfry of the new meeting house.

In 1942 the bell rested in the entry when the tower was used as an observation post in World War II.

On July 4, 1973 the bell pedestal was dedicated by the townspeople.

Historical Marker

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1727-1927

This tablet commemorates the 200th anniversary of the incorporation of the

Town of Willington

Here amind these picturesque hill our forefathers and foremothers toiled for the sake of goodly heritage. We should do no less.