Wednesday, October 28, 2020

The Last of the “Woodbridge Indians”

   "According to Woodbridge resident Edee Lockyer, who visited the cemetery as a child in the 1940s, the graves were then mounded up and covered with rocks. Sadly, the graves were repeatedly disturbed over many years. Today, there are no gravestones or burial mounds; rather, the grave sites are sunken. The stone marked pillars were erected in the mid 1920’s by the Daughters of the American Revolution of Derby, Connecticut..."

1 comment :

pwax said...

Thanks Tim.