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Royalton, Windsor, Vermont


Notes: Royalton is a town in Windsor County, Vermont. The population was 2,603 at the 2000 census. It includes the villages of Royalton, South Royalton, and North Royalton. Vermont Law School, the state's only accredited law school, is located in South Royalton.
History — The town was chartered on November 23, 1769, by Cadwallader Colden, Royal Lieutenant Governor of New York. The first permanent settlers were Robert Havens and his family, who arrived in 1771. Royalton was re-chartered by the Independent Republic of Vermont on December 20, 1781. The 1780 Royalton Raid was the last major British raid of the American War of Independence in New England. In 1848, the Vermont Central Railroad opened to South Royalton, which developed as a freight depot.
Although Joseph Smith, founder of Mormonism, was born in the adjacent town of Sharon near the Royalton boundary, the Joseph Smith Birthplace Memorial lies in the town.
In June 1974, the now-defunct Royalton College hosted the Institute for Humane Studies' Conference on Austrian Economics. The conference is considered the "single most important catalyst in this revival of Austrian economics" (an economic theory also known as "The Austrian School", the "Vienna School" or the "Psychological School"). Edwin G. Dolan hosted the conference. Notable presenters included Israel M. Kirzner, Ludwig M. Lachmann, and Murray N. Rothbard. The edited version of the conference proceedings appears in Professor Dolan's The Foundations of Modern Austrian Economics.


City/Town : Latitude: 43.816111100, Longitude: -72.547222200


Matches 1 to 10 of 10

   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Birth    Person ID 
1 BACON, Hannah Eliza  25 May 1790Royalton, Windsor, Vermont I22472
2 BACON, John  3 May 1785Royalton, Windsor, Vermont I29741
3 BACON, Olive  12 Apr 1792Royalton, Windsor, Vermont I29743
4 BACON, Polly  18 Nov 1787Royalton, Windsor, Vermont I29742
5 BANNISTER, Abigail  13 Mar 1791Royalton, Windsor, Vermont I29440
6 BANNISTER, Asa  14 Jun 1791Royalton, Windsor, Vermont I29744
7 BANNISTER, Chloe  13 Apr 1799Royalton, Windsor, Vermont I29746
8 BANNISTER, Isaac  19 Apr 1795Royalton, Windsor, Vermont I29745
9 BANNISTER, James  13 Jun 1797Royalton, Windsor, Vermont I29442
10 BANNISTER, Ruth  11 Oct 1787Royalton, Windsor, Vermont I29422


Matches 1 to 1 of 1

   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Died    Person ID 
1 BANNISTER, Benoni  17 Nov 1798Royalton, Windsor, Vermont I29544


Matches 1 to 6 of 6

   Family    Married    Family ID 
1 BACON / JONES  2 Oct 1782Royalton, Windsor, Vermont F19680
2 GARVIN / BACON  30 Oct 1814Royalton, Windsor, Vermont F21035
3 LILLIE / BACON  6 Jul 1812Royalton, Windsor, Vermont F19795
4 LILLIE / BANNISTER  5 Feb 1809Royalton, Windsor, Vermont F19879
5 LILLIE / BANNISTER  21 Jan 1812Royalton, Windsor, Vermont F20687
6 LILLIE / YOUNG  16 Jun 1796Royalton, Windsor, Vermont F19874