Prominent New York minister with Church of the Messiah and was known for preaching at Pulpit Rock in Fairfield. He spent his summers in Fairfield at his home, Waldstein. He was also a prominent writer. Father of Mabel Osgood Wright.
Alexander Ramsey T. Nichols, born May 23, 1838 and died 1900. He was the son of Samuel and Susan Nexsen Warner Nichols. He married Charlotte Beers and served as a Greenfield Hill politician and member of the State Legislature.
Ida Miller moved to Fairfield after the Civil War and eventually owned land and a home with her husband William H. Miller, on the east side of Round Hill Road. Her style of dress suggests that the family enjoyed a comfortable standard of living. She…
Ely S. Parker was a Seneca Indian chief who served as a key aide and secretary to General Ulysses S. Grant during the Civil War. He wrote out the final draft of the Confederate surrender at Appomattox.