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Two Heroes is an extinct town formerly in Grand Isle County, Vermont. Two Heroes was established in 1779 as a grant from Vermont. In 1791 the former Two Heroes town was split and became the parts of two new towns: North Hero and South Hero. Furthermore, in 1798 a town called Middle Hero was formed from the northern half of South Hero. In 1810 the town of Middle Hero was renamed, and became the town of Grand Isle. 
Records. Try searching for information about former residents of Two Heroes in:
- Grand Isle, Vermont index and town vital records 1744-2001 are preserved at the Town Hall in Grand Isle, Vermont. Also, a microfilm copy of Grand Isle town records is available from the Family History Library on 6 films starting with 2229463. Other types of records also exist for Grand Isle.
- South Hero, Vermont town vital records 1768-2000 are preserved in the Town Hall at South Hero, Vermont. Also, a microfilm copy of South Hero town records is available from the Family History Library on 8 films starting with 2230848. Other types of records also exist for South Hero.
- North Hero, Vermont deeds and town records 1795-1882 are preserved at North Hero, Vermont. Also, a microfilm copy of North Hero town records is available from the Family History Library on films 028559-61. Other records also exist for North Hero.
Adjacent towns: Alburgh | Grand Isle | Isle La Motte | North Hero | South Hero | Chittenden County: Colchester | Milton | Franklin County: Georgia | St. Albans Town | Swanton | New York: Clinton County: Au Sable | Beekmantown | Champlain | Chazy | Peru | Plattsburgh City | Plattsburgh Town
- ↑ Land Grants That Became the Towns of Vermont - T at All Ancestors (Internet site)(accessed 3 April 2013).
- ↑ Michael J. Leclerc, Genealogist's Handbook for New England Research, 5th ed. (Boston, Mass.: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2012), 395. At various libraries (WorldCat); FHL Book 974 D27g 2012.
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