Williamstown, Vermont - Home Page
Welcome to the Williamstown, Vermont web site. Please note that this site is designed primarily for use by genealogists and is not intended to be the official town site.
Links to external web sites are being provided as a convenience and for informational purposes only; they do not constitute an endorsement or approval of any of the products, services or opinions contained in any external web site. Please direct your research questions to the appropriate Town Offices as listed on the town pages or to the Vermont State Archives and Records Administration at Vermont State Archives
Villages and hamlets in Williamstown include: Foxville and Williamstown.
It should be noted that Town Clerks as a rule no longer will perform research but will assist researchers when they visit the town offices.
For current information for Williamstown, visit their website at: Town of Williamstown
For current information for the court, visit their website at:
Orange County Probate Court
For current information for the Ainsworth Public Library, visit their website at: Ainsworth Public Library
Museum: 2476 Vt Route 14, Main Street, Williamstown, VT 05679
Mailing Address: PO Box 338, Williamstown, VT 05679
Website: Williamstown Historical Society
Phone: (802) 433-5451
Contact: Becky Watson,, President
The museum building was originally the Universalist Church, built in 1836,
and was remodeled in 1929 and used as an Odd Fellows Hall until 1979. Exhibits
include items from the Universalist Church in use prior to 1929, Modern Woodmen
of America ritualistic pieces, Odd Fellow and Rebekah memorabilia, a postcard
display of early views of Williamstown, furniture, clothing, books, documents,
photographs, paintings, agricultural tools, household items and town memorabilia
from 1790 to the present. Call for a listing of our programs throughout the
Hours and Admission: by appointment. Free. Upstairs not accessible to the disabled.
Digging Deep Unearthing the Mysteries of Burial and Cemetery Laws
Orange County Cemeteries Courtesy of Paul DesTroismaisons and Janice Boyko. Some listings of interments and GoogleMaps.
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