Dana 1801 as a town

Dana Common Historic and Archaeological District

Brown’s Evergreen Cemetery Site at Tamplin Rd Petersham

Dana Center Cemetery Site at Main St Petersham

Dana Baptist Meeting Hall Site 1800

Dana Congregational Church 1853

Power Canals and Reservoirs of Granby

Power Canals and Reservoirs of Granby

Carver Reservoir – Carver Sawmill from H I Carver and A E Carver – structures in Ludlow and reservoir mostly in Granby – on the Stony Brook – within Granby there is a canal from the upper reservoir to the lower reservoir – grist mill is along the canal – W Carver, G Carver, and E and H Carver all live very close by

Ingraham Dam and Reservoir are on small tributary of the Bachelors Brook called Ingraham Brook

Forge Pond – has a canal – grist mill from the Cook family – on Bachelors Brook

Aldrich Lake – CC Aldrich and E J Aldrich – Bachelors Brook

just up stream from the Aldrich is a saw mill with a tiny reservoir

the Muddy Brook has no dams. reservoirs, nor canals


Tolland was settled in 1750 and became a town in 1810.


Tolland Congregational Church 1842 Greek Revival – 1797 church was inside the town green

Gordon Hall Stone


Hamilton Cemetery – one mile east of town hall on the south side of West Granville Road (Rt 57) – earliest burial is a Thomas Hamilton from 1768 – between 12 to 75 burials

Babcock Family Cemetery – travel on Schoolhouse Road – oldest burial is a Joseph Babcock from 1833 – cemetery is 2.5 miles down the road and then take the first right, this is a trail, take the walking trail for 3/5 mile to the cemetery – nearby is the Barnes District Cemetery – Amos Case Road

Burt Hill Cemetery – west on the West Granville Road and then take Burt Hill Road – Lucina Harrison is the earliest burial 1842 – lots of the Marshall family inside

Moore Cemetery – 700 feet up Clubhouse Road – tiny place

South Quarter Cemetery – on Rivers Road off of Heartland Road

Spring Hill Cemetery – Tolland Center Cemetery – West Granville Road (Rt 57) east of the center of town – 1776 burial

Steadman Cemetery – Rivers Road off of Heartland Road – about 1754

Twining Cemetery – West Granville Road (Rt 57) two miles west of the center of the town – Elijah Twining 1802 – on an old turnpike

Case Cemetery – Amos Case Road


Tolland District #4 Schoolhouse

Charles Marshall Saw Mill