Death: 1660,  Milford,  New Haven County,  Connecticut, USA
Since this is only a memorial stone on the bridge over the Wepawaug River and Mr. Fowler is not actually buried here, this is a cenotaph. He is probaby buried in Peter Prudden's Garden' in the Milford Cemetery.
THE MEMORIAL in Honor of the Founders of the Town of Milford, erected by their descendants and the citizens of Milford. Dedicated August 28th, on the town's 250th anniversary. This idea could be best expressed in a Bridge of Stone over the river, upon whose banks their first habitations were placed, and near the spot where the first mill was erected.
MR. WILLIAM FOWLER.
THE FOUNDER OF THIS THE FIRST
MILL IN THE COLONY IN 1639,
WHERE IN YHE USED THIS STONE.
William Fowler (1625 - 1683)*
Burial:  Founders Cemetery Memorial Site , Milford,  New Haven County,  Connecticut, USA
Created by: Nareen, et al
Record added: Jan 31, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 64980395