Water Companies in Wales, MA
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Brookfield Town Water Department
(508) 867-5722 more info
Monson Town Water Department
(413) 267-4130 more info
Palmer Water Department
(413) 283-8411 more info
Palmer Water District
(413) 289-1410 more info
Southbridge Water Supply Co
(508) 764-3207 more info
Sturbridge Water Department
(508) 347-2513 more info
Three Rivers Water Department
(413) 283-9284 more info
Town of North Brookfield: Pump Sta
(508) 867-0207 more info
Ware Water Department
(413) 967-9620 more info
Wilbraham Water Division
(413) 596-2826 more info

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Facts about Wales, MA:
Wales is a town in Hampden County, Massachusetts, United States. The population was 1,838 at the 2010 census.[1] It is part of the Springfield, Massachusetts Metropolitan Statistical Area. Wales was first settled in 1726 and was officially incorporated on August 23, 1775, as "South Brimfield", a name it kept until February 20, 1828. The town was renamed after James Lawrence Wales, a local benefactor.[2] Initial settlers included Anthony Needham, John Bullen, and Samuel and Dorothy Munger. The next generation of Mungers became prominent in the town. Samuel (Jr.) served as a selectman and was deacon of the Baptist Church for many years. Nathaniel was one of 12 men of the district appointed as a "court of Justice and Honor to determine all controversies that may hereafter arise in said District," and was also a deacon of the Baptist Church. The "Meadow District" of Wales was originally known as "Munger's Meadow" and includes graves of early...

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