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4 edition of History of Wallingford, Connecticut found in the catalog.

History of Wallingford, Connecticut

Charles Henry Stanley Davis

History of Wallingford, Connecticut

by Charles Henry Stanley Davis

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Published by Heritage Books .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States - State & Local - New England,
  • History,
  • History: American

  • The Physical Object
    FormatCD-ROM
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11104261M
    ISBN 100788429825
    ISBN 109780788429828
    OCLC/WorldCa182528789

    A brief history of the First Church of Christ in Middletown, Connecticut for two centuries and a half, FamilySearch Books. Christ Evangelical Lutheran Church records (in U.S. Evangelical Lutheran Church, Swedish American Church Records collection) Ancestry Church of the Holy Trinity Records (included in Connecticut Church Record Abstracts) Ancestry. Rolls of Connecticut Men in the French and Indian War, , Vol. 1, by.

    The Saukiogs "suffered severe defeats," according to Albert Van Dusen, author of "Connecticut," the preeminent history of the state. "As a result," he wrote, "the Saukiogs remained quite friendly with the colonists and lived near Hartford until about ".   The large house at Tuttle Avenue in Wallingford was built in by Col. Thaddeus Cook (). As related in Charles Henry Stanley Davis’ History of Wallingford, Conn (), Thaddeus Cook. was born in that part of the town now embraced in the township of Cheshire. On the breaking out of the war of the Revolution he entered into the service of his country; was made Colonel .

    Below is a list of Armories that were built prior to The dates listed represent the dates they have been in service as a military facility. Many of the armories no longer in use by the Connecticut National Guard have been sold or transferred to other organizations and are still in use today for other purposes.   Mr. Collier said that according to "Connecticut Place Names," a book by Arthur Hughes and Morse Allen, Negro Brook in Stratford was well known as Nigger Brook until


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History of Wallingford, Conn: From Its Settlement in to the Present Time, Including Meriden, which was One of Its Parishes Untiland Cheshire, which was Incorporated inCharles Henry Connecticut book Davis: Author: Charles Henry Stanley Davis: Publisher: The author, Original from: Harvard University: Digitized:   : History of Wallingford, Connecticut (): Davis, Charles Henry Stanley: Books.

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meriden, ct: published by the author, Seller Rating: % positive. The town of Wallingford, located in New Haven County, is in the south-central region of the state—positioned half-way between New Haven and Hartford. Planters and freemen established the village inwhich was incorporated as town in Ina separate borough was incorporated but the borough and the town later consolidated in In the 19th century, industry included pewter.

History of Wallingford, Conn., from its settlement in to the present time, including Meriden, which was one of its parishes untiland Chesire, which was incorporated in by Davis, Charles Henry Stanley,   Local History Features Contents 1.

Unemployed Citizens League 2. Wallingford Victory Garden – Corliss & 38th 3. The Genealogy of a Wallingford House 4. Re-discovered Photo Shows Early Wallingford Business 5. & Cookbooks by Wallingford Women 6. Relocated Bassett House has Colorful History 7. Street Renaming in Wallingford, Fremont.

Wallingford Genealogy (in New Haven County, CT) USA (1,) > Connecticut (16,) > New Haven County (2,) > Wallingford (91). Note: This page primarily lists records kept at the city level. Additional records are listed on the county and state pages. The Book Seller is our volunteer-run used book store at the Wallingford Public Library.

New stock is added every week. The store offers books, DVDs, and CDs for children, teens, and adults at very low prices. Look for the entrance under the green awning at the back of the Library. You may reach the Book Seller at () during open hours.

Wallingford is a town in New Haven County, Connecticut, United States centrally located between New Haven and Hartford, and Boston and New York City.

The population at the census. [2] [3] The community was named after Wallingford, in y: United States. Title Souvenir History of Wallingford, Connecticut, Author Charles Bancroft Gillespie. Format Rating: % positive. Barber, John Warner: Connecticut Historical Collections, Containing a General Collection of Interesting Facts, Traditions, Biographical Sketches, Anecdotes, etc., relating to the History and Antiquities of Every Town in Connecticut, with Geographical Haven: Durrie & Peck and J.

Barber, (). Second Edition. Very good+ in a recent dark blue cloth binding with gilt text on. The objective of the Connecticut Collection at the Wallingford Public Library is to locate, collect, preserve, and make available for public research books, pamphlets, newspapers, census records, periodicals, photographs, municipal government documents, maps, atlases, and audio-visual materials.

These materials document the economic, natural, political, social history, and genealogy of. Town History. On Octo the Connecticut General Assembly authorized the “making of a village on the east river” to 38 planters and freemen. The “long highway” located on the ridge of the hill above the sandy plain along the Quinnipiac River is the present Main Street in Wallingford.

On the bounds were set in the. Readers of our Connecticut history books can enjoy all the benefits of The Land of Steady Habits. Book passage from Rocky Hill to Glastonbury on the nation’s oldest continuously operating ferry off a New London dock onto the Navy’s first submarine perks include a visit to Hammonasset, a beach certified by a century of sunbathing, and a tour of Weir Farm, the only.

Meriden, in New Haven County, is located in south-central Connecticut, with the Quinnipiac River cutting through its southwestern portion. Formerly known as North Farms, the area was incorporated as a town from parts of Wallingford inand became a city in Industrialization brought a manufacturing boom and Meriden began producing everything from ivory combs, buttons, tinware, and.

CONNECTICUT HISTORY: InGovernor Winslow, of Plymouth, appears to have had his attention drawn to the settlement of Connecticut, and he made a journey to Connecticut soon after, and discovered Connecticut River. the book, to enter the laws which should be afterwards enacted.

The book is now a curiosity of ancient days. History of Cheshire, Connecticut, from Including Prospect, Which, as Columbia Parish, was a Part of Cheshire Until Nettie Cynthia Smith Lady Fenwick chapter, D. R., - Cheshire (Conn.) - pages. The History of Connecticut, from Its Earliest Settlement to.

Date: Author: nihud. History of Wallingford, Conn From Its Settlement in to the. The year will ever be memorable in the history of the State as the time when written constitutions were adopted by the infant colonies of Connecticut and New Haven, that have been the source of influences that have affected the life, not only of the Commonwealth, but of the nation.In the s and s Meriden was a rural or suburban sector of the town of Wallingford.

Situated halfway between the Connecticut Colony on the north (Hartford - Wethersfield) and the New Haven Colony on the south, it became a stopping place for colonists who traveled by horse or by foot.

Belcher Tavern was one of its well known resting places.History of Choate Rosemary Hall On Whirlwind Hill | The Muddy River School House Connecticut Freedom Trail History of Wallingford, Conn, From Its Settlement in to the Present Time Leading Businessmen of New Haven County History of New Haven County Connecticut MAPS OF WALLINGFORD: Original Map of Wallingford Wallingford Map.