This map was compiled in 1933 by Elizabeth Van Duzer, from the memoirs of Henry Pelton about the location of families when he first migrated here.

A great deal of what we know about Warwick history has been passed down in stories and memoirs.  Memoirs are in part primary sources, recorded by eyewitnesses to the actual events.  While not considered “facts” in the sense of documents or objects, oral traditions more often than now contain factual material, which we attempt to verify through other sources.

For instance, the story of the witch “Penelope” has been handed down by several sources.