Water Companies in Brookfield, MA
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* Brookfield Town Water Department
(508) 867-5722 more info
Gilbertville Water District
(413) 477-6411 more info
Leicester Water Supply Distric
(508) 892-8484 more info
* North Brookfield Water Department
(508) 867-0207 more info
Southbridge Water Supply Co
(508) 764-3207 more info
Spencer-Town of: Water Dept
(508) 885-7525 more info
Sturbridge Water Department
(508) 347-2513 more info
* Town of North Brookfield: Pump Sta
(508) 867-0207 more info
Ware Water Department
(413) 967-9620 more info
White Water Inc
(508) 248-2892 more info

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Facts about Brookfield, MA:
Brookfield is a town in Worcester County, Massachusetts, United States. Brookfield was first settled in 1660. The population was 3,390 at the 2010 census. Brookfield was first settled in 1660 and was officially incorporated in 1718. The town was settled by men from Ipswich as part of the Quaboag Plantation lands. In August 1675, King Philip's War reached central Massachusetts. Brookfield, one of the most isolated settlements in the colony, was attacked by Nipmuck forces. After an ambush the town was besieged. For two days the townsfolk, consisting of 80 people, sought shelter in the garrison house while the rest of the town was completely destroyed. The settlement lay abandoned for twelve years.[1] During the winter of 1776, General Henry Knox passed through the town with cannon from Fort Ticonderoga to end the Siege of Boston. A marker along Route 9 commemorates his route.[2] In March 1778, Joshua Spooner, a wealthy farmer in Brookfield, was beaten to death...

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