The original grantees of Cornwall were probably residents of Litchfield County, Connecticut. The charter granted to them was signed by Benning Wentworth, governor of New Hampshire, on the 3d day of November, 1761. The early settlers of Cornwall were, almost without exception, men who were inclined by nature to pursuits purely agricultural. The fact of their settling in a town so fertile of soil and poor in water power and shipping facilities sufficiently attests that they hoped to gain a livelihood and more from the tilling of the ground.

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Community Contact

Sue Johnson

Clerk and Treasurer

2629 Rte. 30
Cornwall, VT 05753

P: 802-462-2775
F: 802-462-2606
E: [email protected]


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