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First Congregational Church of Woodstock, Marriages

Connecticut 23 Mar 2014
The town of Woodstock was incorporated in 1690, being then attached to Massachusetts, and so continuing for some years after. The First Congregational Church of Woodstock dates from the settlement of the town and the marriage records of the church begin with its organization.     GROOM...
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First Congregational Church, Early Marriages

Connecticut 23 Mar 2014
NEW HAVEN The First Congregational Church in New Haven is as old as the town. On the 15th of April, 1638, the first settlers assembled for public worship. The organization of the church was completed in 1639. These marriage records date only from 1758.        ...
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Founders of Hartford Connecticut

Connecticut 23 Mar 2014
Here is a partial list of some of the 163 men and women listed in the Book of Distribution of Land as being those who settled in Hartford, Connecticut before February 1640. The full list of names is on a monument in Hartford's Ancient Burying Ground. Proof of descendancy from any of these people...
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Founding of New Haven County

Connecticut 04 Mar 2014
    New Haven County was constituted by an act of the Connecticut General Court on May 10, 1666, along with Hartford County, Fairfield County, and New London County. The act establishing the county states: This Court orders that from the east bounds of Guilford unto ye west bounds of M...
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Western Connecticut Territorial Claims Map

Connecticut 29 Dec 2013
I hope to find out where this map came from so I can properly credit the source, but for now I wanted to post this and to test the upload of images to a posting.
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Third Church of Chester, Marriages

Connecticut 23 Mar 2014
MIDDLESEX COUNTY   The Third Church, formed in 1742, is now in Chester, a town incorporated in 1836. The records of this old church have in the main been lost. The following alone remain of the marriages on Chester church records.   GROOM              ...
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Fairfield 1666  
Hartford 1666  
Litchfield 1751  
Middlesex 1785  
New Haven 1666 Ronald
New London 1666  
Tolland 1785  
Windham 1726