Date of Grant or Charter ~ 7 June 1763
Villages & Communities Within: 
Cookville, Corinth Corners, Corinth Center, East Corinth, 
Goose Green, South Corinth, West Corinth

     "This town was chartered June 7, 1763, and originally contained thirty-six square miles. On the 27 of October 1794, the north-east part of Huntington was annexed to it. The first settlers were Noah Dewey, Peter Dilse, James Moore, Thomas Palmer, Robert Stinson, and John and Robert Kennedy . . . The town is very mountainous and broken, and but a small part of it capable of being settled. Winooski River runs through he town from east to west, and along the banks of this stream nearly all the inhabitants reside." 

(Gazetteer of Vermont, Hayward, 1849) 

The town clerk maintains birth, death and marriage vital statistics and many other records of value in researching your ancestors. You can contact the Clerk's office at:

Bolton Vital Records Office
Bolton Town Clerk
3045 T. Roosevelt Hwy.
Waterbury, VT 05676
(802) 434-5075
M-Th 7-3; F 7-12

Child's 1882-83 Business/City Directory ~ Bolton
Bolton Vermont ~ "The Land of Boulders and Bears"
Historic USGS Maps of Bolton, Vermont
 Memories of the 1927 Flood in Boulton, VT 




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