History


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History

Town of Wells Est. 1805:

The first town in Hamilton County.

Scanned Documents of Historical Interest:
This area contains docs and pictures as they become available for scanning
Documents:
Minutes of 1805 (PDF - 344.9 KB)

List of Town Officials in 2005:

Town Supervisor - Brian Towers

Town Clerk - Mari Wilson

Councilmen - John Morrison

                   John "Skip" Anderson 

                   Roberta Chamberlain

                   Deborah Taylor

Highway Supt. - Clay Earley, Jr.

Town Justices: Henry J. Malec

                      Mindy J. Morrison 

 

     As the Town of Wells Bicentennial Celebration approached, Town Clerk Mari Wilson sent President and First Lady George and Laura Bush a written invitation to join the town during its special celebration scheduled for June 11, 2005.  A letter from White House Deputy Assistant to the President and Director of Appointments and Scheduling Melissa S. Bennet answered on behalf of the President noting the invite was much appreciated "and has been given every consideration. However, due to scheduling commitments, we must regretfully decline." On behalf of the White House, she sent the town Best Wishes. 

     In August, 2005, the Clerk received the message to the Town of Wells posted here from President Bush. 

Images:
Bicentennial Committee Members
Wells Turns 200
In with the New
New Years Eve 2004
Bicentennial Square Dance
Bicentennial Beard Measurement
Beard Contest Winners
Bicentennial Speaker Virginia Hosley
1805 Meeting Re-enactment
Bicentennial Cancellation Stamps
First Town Meeting Reenactment
First Town Meeting 2
First Town Meeting Reinactment 3
Grill Masters
Saying Thanks
Just for Kids
Special Guests at Town of Wells 2005 Tree Lighting

 

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