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Full text of "Reference list on Connecticut local history"

University of the State of New York 



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016.9746 



New York State Library 



Bulletin 53 December 1900 



BIBLIOGRAPHY 23 



LIST 



CONNECTICUT LOCAL HISTORY 

Compiled by 

Charles A. Flagg B.A. B.L.S. 

Library of Congress, recently history sublibrarian New York State Library 



Preface 1 75 

Index of towns 176 

Reference list 

Works analyzed 179 

Bibliography 179 

General 180 

Military 182 

Religious 182 

Genealogic 183 

Litchfield county 184 



Reference list (continued) 

Hartford county 192 

Tolland county 210 

New London county 214 

Windham county 228 

Middlesex county 232 

New Haven county 240 

Fairfield county _ 255 

Index 264 



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1900 



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University of the State of New York 

REGENTS 

With years of election 

1874 ANSON JUDD UPSON L.H.D. D.D. LL.D. 

Chancellor, Glens Falls 

1892 WILLIAM CROSWELL DOANE D.D. LL.D. 

Vice-Chancellor, Albany 

1873 MARTIN I. TOWNSEND M.A. LL.D. Troy 

1877 CHAUNCEY M. DEPEW LL.D. .- New York 
1877 CHARLES E. FITCH LL.B. M.A. L.H.D. Rochester 

1877 ORRIS H. WARREN D.D. - - Syracuse 

1878 WHITELAW REID LL.D. New York 
1881 WILLIAM H. WATSON M.A. M.D. - Utica 

1 88 1 HENRY E. TURNER Lowville 

1883 ST CLAIR MCKELWAY L.H.D. LL.D. D.C.L. - Brooklyn 

1885 DANIEL BEACH Ph.D. LL.D. Watkins 

1888 CARROLL E. SMITH LL.D. - - Syracuse 
1890 PLINY T. SEXTON LL.D. Palmyra 

1890 T. GUILFORD SMITH M.A. C.E. LL.D. - Buffalo 

1893 LEWIS A. STIMSON B.A. LL.D. M.D. New York 
1895 ALBERT VANDER VEER Ph.D. M.D. - Albany 
1895 CHARLES R. SKINNER M.A. LL.D. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction, ex officio 

1897 CHESTER S. LORD M.A. LL.D. - - Brooklyn 

J 897 TIMOTHY L. WOODRUFF M.A. Lieutenant-Governor, ex officio 
1899 THEODORE ROOSEVELT B.A. LL.D. Governor, ex officio 

1899 JOHN T. McDoNOUGH LL.B. LL.D. Secretary of State, ex officio 

1900 THOMAS A. HENDRICK M.A. LL.D. Rochester 
One vacancy 



SECRETARY 

1900 JAMES RUSSELL PARSONS JR M.A. 

DIRECTORS OF DEPARTMENTS 

1888 MELVIL DEWEY M.A. State library and Home education 
1890 JAMES RUSSELL PARSONS JR M.A. 

Administrative, College and High school defits 
1890 FREDERICK J. H. MERRILL Ph.D. State museum 



University of the State of New York 



State Library Bulletin 



Bibliography 23 November 1900 



CONNECTICUT LOCAL HISTORY 

PREFACE 

The purpose of this list is to show briefly and clearly the resources of 
the New York state library in Connecticut local history. The arrange- 
ment of counties is according to the Decimal classification, and under the 
counties alphabetically by towns \ histories of villages being included under 
the township of which they form a part. Dates of incorporation and of 
origin are given, also the name of the parent town in cases of subdi- 
vision. A number of works on Connecticut as a whole are grouped at 
the beginning as a brief selection for ready reference. 

The term local history is employed in its restricted sense, allied topics of 
education, manufactures, commerce, geology, Indians, etc., being omitted. 
The ecclesiastical affairs of the towns, however, have been so closely 
interwoven with civil history, specially in early days, that all such material 
is incorporated. Genealogies of old Connecticut families and individual 
biographies, though of considerable historical value, are excluded 
because of their great number and as outside the strict scope of this list, 
and also because families and persons of sufficient importance in a 
locality for separate study are indicated in general chapters or works. 
Among biographies which should not be overlooked is Sprague's Annals 
of the American pulpit. A. P. C. Griffin's indexes and Poolers Index 
have been freely used. 

Important historical events like the Danbury expedition and the 
storming of Fort Griswold are treated in separate works, and therefore 
references have not been given to general histories. 

Since about 1888 the city directories very often include lists of persons 
who have died or married during the year, and in some cases also lists of 
removals from town. 



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INDEX OF TOWNS 



WITH COUNTIES IN WHICH THEV ARE LOCATED 



Town 


County 


Town 


County 


Abington, see Pomfret 


,Windham 


Colebrook 


Litchfield 


Andover 


Tolland 


Columbia 


Tolland 


Ansonia 


New Haven 


Cornwall 


Litchfield 


Ashford 


Windham 


Coventry 


Tolland 


Avon 


Hartford 


Cromwell 


Middlesex 


Barkhamsted 


Litchfield 


Danbury 


Fairfield 


Beacon Falls 


New Haven 


Danielsonville, see 




Bean Hill, see Nor- 




Killingly 


Windham 


wich 


New London 


Darien 


Fairfield 


Berlin 


Hartford 


Derby 


New Haven 


Bethany 


New Haven 


Durham 


Middlesex 


Bethel 


Fairfield 


Eagle Rock, see 




Bethlehem 


Litchfield 


Thomaston 


Litchfield 


Birmingham, see 




East Granby 


Hartford 


Derby 


New Haven 


East Haddam 


Middlesex 


Bloomfield 


Hartford 


East Hampton, see 




Bolton 


Tolland 


Chatham 


a 


Bozrah 


New London 


East Hartford 


Hartford 


Bran ford 


New Haven 


East Haven 


New Haven 


Bridgeport 


Fairfield 


East Lyme 


New London 


Bridgewater 


Litchfield 


East Windsor 


Hartford 


Bristol 


Hartford 


Eastford 


Windham 


Brookfield 


Fairfield 


Easton 


Fairfield 


Brooklyn 


Windham 


Ellington 


Tolland 


Burlington 


Hartford 


Enfield 


Hartford 


Canaan 


Litchfield 


Essex 


Middlesex 


Canterbury 


Windham 


Fair Haven, see New 




Canton 


Hartford 


Haven 


New Haven 


Centerbrook, see 




Fairfield 


Fairfield 


Essex 


Middlesex 


Farmington 


Hartford 


Chaplin 


Windham 


Franklin 


New London 


Chatham 


Middlesex 


Glastonbury 


Hartford 


Cheshire 


New Haven 


Goshen 


Litchfield 


Chester 


Middlesex 


Granby 


Hartford 


Clinton 





Greens Farms, see 




Colchester 


New London 


Westport 


Fairfield 



CONNECTICUT LOCAL HISTORY 



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Town 

Greenville, see Nor- 
wich 

Greenwich 

Griswold 

Groton 

Guilford 

Haddam 

Hamden 

Hampton 

Hanover, see Lisbon, 

Hartford 

Hart! and 

Harwinton 

Hebron 

Huntington 

Jewett City, see Gris- 
wold 

Kent 

Killingly 

Killingworth 

Lebanon 

Ledyard 

Lisbon 

Litchfield 

Lyme 

Madison 

Manchester 

Mansfield 

Marlborough 

Mattatuck, see Water- 
bury 

Meriden 

Middle Haddam, see 
Chatham 

Middlebury 

Middlefield 

Middletown 

Milford 

Monroe 



County 

New London 
Fairfield 

New London 

<( 

New Haven 
Middlesex 
New Haven 
Windham 
New London 
Hartford 

u 

Litchfield 

Tolland 

Fairfield 

New London 
Litchfield 
Windham 
Middlesex 
New London 



Litchfield 
New London 
New Haven 
Hartford 
Tolland 
Hartford 

New Haven 



Middlesex 
New Haven 
Middlesex 
(i 

New Haven 
Fairfield 



Town 

Montville 

Morris 

Mortlake, see Pom- 
fret 

Mount Carmel, see 
Hamden 

Mystic, see Stoning- 
ton 

Naugatuck 

New Britain 

New Canaan 

New Fairfield 

New Hartford 

New Haven 

New London 

New Milford 

New Preston, see 
Washington 

Newington 

Newton 

Norfield, see Weston 

Norfolk 

North Branford 

North Canaan 

North Coventry, see 
Coventry 

North Haven 

North Mansfield, see 
Mansfield 

North Stamford, see 
Stamford 

North Stonington 

Northfield, see Litch- 
field 

Nor thin gton, see 
Avon 

Norwalk 

Norwich 

Old Lyme 



County 
New London 
Litchfield 

Windham 
New Haven 

New London 
New Haven 
Hartford 

Fairfield 


Litchfield 
New Haven 
New London 
Litchfield 



Hartford 

Fairfield 

u 

Litchfield 
New Haven 
Litchfield 

Tolland 
New Haven 

Tolland 

Fairfield. 
New London 

Litchfield 

Hartford 
Fairfield 
New London 



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NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 



Town County 


Town 


County 


Old Saybrook Middlesex 


Southington 


Hartford 


Orange New Haven 


Southport, see 




Oxford " 


Fairfield 


Fairfield 


Pawcatuck, see 


Sprague 


New London 


Stonington New London 


Stafford 


Tolland 


Plainfield Windham 


Stamford 


Fairfield 


Plainville Hartford 


Sterling 


Windham 


Plymouth Litchfield 


Stonington 


New London 


Pomfret Windham 


Stratford 


Fairfield 


Poquonock, see 


Suffield 


Hartford 


Windsor Hartford 


Terry ville, see Ply- 




Portland Middlesex 


mouth 


Litchfield 


Preston New London 


Thomaston 


u 


Prospect New Haven 


Thompson 


Windham 


Putnam Windham 


Tolland 


Tolland 


Redding Fairfield 


Torringford, see Tor- 




Ridgebury, see Ridge- 


rington 


Litchfield 


field 


Torrington 


(t 


Ridgefield 


Trumbull 


Fairfield 


Rockville, see Vernon, Tolland 


Union 


Tolland 


Rocky Hill Hartford 


Vernon 





Roxbury Litchfield 


Voluntown 


New London 


Salem New London 


Wallingford 


New Haven 


Salisbury] Litchfield 


Warren 


Litchfield 


Saybrook Middlesex 


Washington 


a 


Scotland Windham 


Waterbury 


New Haven 


Seymour New Haven 


Waterford 


New London 


Sharon Litchfield 


Watertown 


Litchfield 


Shelton, see Hunting- 


West Hartford 


Hartford 


ton Fairfield 


West Haven, see 




Sherman " 


Orange 


New Haven 


Simsbury Hartford 


West Simsbury, see 




Somers Tolland 


Canton 


Hartford 


South Britain, see 


Westbrook 


Middlesex 


Southbury New Haven 


Westfield, see Middle- 




South Lyme, see 


town 


a 


Old Lyme New London 


Weston 


Fairfield 


South Windsor Hartford 


Westport 





Southbury New Haven 


Wethersfield 


Hartford 



CONNECTICUT LOCAL HISTORY 



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Town County 

Whitneyville, see 

Hamden New Haven 
Willimantic, see Wind- 
ham Windham 
Willington Tolland 
Wilton Fairfield 
Winchester Litchfield 
Windham Windham 
Windsor Hartford 



Town County 
Windsor Locks Hartford 
Winsted, see Win- 
chester Litchfield 
Wolcott New Haven 
Woodbridge " 
Woodbury Litchfield 
Woodstock Windham 
Yantic, see Norwich New London 



REFERENCE LIST 

WORKS ANALYZED Works 

Bailey, F: 'W: Early Connecticut marriages as found on ancient a 
church records prior to 1800. v. 1-4. New Haven 1896-99. 

929.3 Cy6 

Connecticut historical society. Collections. v. 1-7. Hart- 
ford 1860-99. 974 6 Cy6 
Connecticut quarterly, 1896-98. v. 2-5. Hartford 1896-99. 

974.6 qC76 

Beginning with v. 5, this periodical is published monthly with the title 
Connecticut magazine. 

New England historical and genealogical register, 1847-99. v.i-53. 
Bost. 1847-99. 929.1 N422 

New England magazine, 1886-99. v. 1-26. Bost. 1886-99. 

051 34 
v. 1-3 title reads Bay state monthly. 

New Haven colony historical society. Papers. v. 1-5. New 
Haven 1865-94. 974-^7 N42 

New London county historical society. Records and papers, 
v. 1-2, pt3. New London 1890-97. 974-65 ^23 

Putnam's monthly historical magazine, 1890-99. v.i-9- Salem 
Mass. 1890-99. 929.1 qSa3i 

v. 1-2 title reads Salem press historical and genealogical record. 

BIBLIOGRAPH1Y 

Bates, A. C. Connecticut local histories in Connecticut historical 
society and Watkinson library, (see Connecticut historical society. 
Annual report. 1895. p-23-38) N. Y. state lib. 

List of bound newspapers in the Connecticut historical society. 

(see Connecticut historical society. Papers and reports. 1893. 
p. 30-34 ; Annual report. 1894. p. 23-24; 1898^.21) N. Y. state lib. 



NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

General Bates, A. C. List of manuscripts in the Patterson library, acquired 
by the Connecticut historical society, (see Connecticut historical 
society. Annual report. 1894. p. 21-23; 1896. p. 26-28; 1897. 
P- 20) N. Y. state lib. 

- Some of the manuscript collections in the Connecticut historical 
society, (see Connecticut historical society. Papers and reports. 
1893. p. 26 T 3b; 1898. p. 22-23; l8 99- P- 22-24) N. Y. state lib. 

Johnston, Alexander. Bibliography, (see his Connecticut. 1887, 
p. 397-4oo) 974.6 J64 

Otis library, Norwich. Connecticut history, (see Otis library bul- 
letin. 1896. 3: 17-21, 25 26) 017.1 qOt4 v.3 

Porter, W: S. Archives of Connecticut, (see New England historical 
and genealogical register, Ap. 1849, 3:167-68) 

929.1 N422 

GENERAL 

Baldwin, S. E. Boundary line between Connecticut and New York. 
(see New Haven colony historical society. Papers. 1882. 3:271- 
90 974-67 N42 

Barber, J: W. 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. s6op. New Haven 1836. 974-6 623 

Ed. 2. New Haven 1837. 974-6 6231 

Carter, C. H. Connecticut boroughs, (see New Haven colony his- 
torical society. Papers. 1888. . 4:139 83) 974.67 N42 

Connecticut (colony). Public records of the colony of Connecticut, 
1636-1776. i5v. Hartford 1850-90. 974-6 C76i 

v.1-3, ed. by J. H. Truinbull; v. 4-15 by C : J. Hoadly. 

Connecticut. Public records of the state of Connecticut, 1776-80, 
v. 1-2. Hartford 1894-95. 974-6 C762 

Edited by C: J. Hoadly. 

Connecticut business directory, giving the names and postoffice addresses 
of merchants, manufacturers and professional men. Bost. 1856. 

917.46 C76i 
Published by George Adams. 

Connecticut historical society. Collections. v.i-7. Hartford 
1860-99. 974-7 76 



CONNECTICUT LOCAL HISTORY l8l 

Connecticut quarterly, 1896-98. v. 2-5. Hartford 1896-99. General 

; ' 974-6 qC 7 6 
After v. 4, called Connecticut magazine. 

Extracts of letters to Rev. Thomas Prince, containing historical notices 
of sundry towns, (see Connecticut historical society. Collections. 
1895. 3:271-320) 974.6 C76 

Fowler, W : C. Local law in Connecticut historically considered, 
(see New England historical and genealogical register, Jan. 1870. 
24 : 33-42, Ap. 1870, 24 : 137-46) 929.1 N422 

Historical notes on the probate districts of Connecticut with List of 
probate districts, 1897, and List of towns showing districts in which 
they are or have been included, (see Connecticut historical society. 
Annual report. 1897. p. 40-62) N. Y. state lib. 

Johnston, Alexander. Connecticut; a study of a commonwealth- 
democracy. 409p. Bost. 1887. 974.6J64 



List of postoffices in Connecticut corrected to Feb. i, 1899; and, Towns, 
villages and districts not containing postoffices of the same name. 
(5^ Connecticut register. 1899. p. 487-505) 328. 7468 A 

Orcutt, Samuel. The Indians of the Housatonic and Naugatuck 
valleys. 22op. Hartford 1882. 97-3 O FI 

Pease, J : C. & Niles, J. M. Gazetteer of the states of Connecticut 
and Rhode Island. 389?. Hartford 1819. 917-46 ?32 

Peters, S: A . anon. General history of Connecticut from the first settle- 

ment under George Fenwick, esq. to its latest period of amity 

with Great Britain by a gentleman of the province. 436p. 

Lond. 1781. 974-6 

-- ed. by S: J. McCormick. 285p. N.Y. 1877. 974.6 



Russell, G. W. Early medicine and early medical men in Connecti- 
cut. 158?. n, p. 1892. 610.9 P 2 

From Proceedings of Connecticut medical society, 1892. 

Trumbull, Benjamin. Complete history of Connecticut, civil and 
ecclesiastical from the emigration of its first planters from England 
in the year 1630 to the year 1764 and to the close of the Indian 
wars. 2 v. New Haven 1818. 974-6 T77 

2 v. New London 1898. 974-6 T772 



, l82 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

Military Trumbull, J. H. Indian names of places, etc. in and on the borders 

Religions 

of Connecticut with interpretations of some of them. 



Hartford 1881. 929.4 

U. S. Geological survey. Topographical atlas of Connecticut by 

the United States geological survey in cooperation with the state. 

J ^93- 33 maps. Hartford 1893. 912.746 xU 

MILITARY 
Adams, S. W. Revolutionary naval officers from Connecticut, (see 

New London county historical society. Records and papers. 

1890. v. i, pt2, p. 45-51) 974-65 N423 

Collier, T. S. The revolutionary privateers of Connecticut with an 

account of the state cruisers and a short history of the continental 

naval vessels built in the state, with lists of officers and crews, (see 

New London county historical society. Records and papers. 

1893. v. i, pt4, p. 1-74) 974-65 N423 

- Catalogue of the names of the ist puritan settlers of the 

colony of Connecticut. 256p. Hartford 1846. 929.1 H59i 

Connecticut Adjutant-general. Record of service of Connecticut 
men in the army and navy of the United States during the war of 
the rebellion. io7ip. Hartford 1889. 973.7446 qA2 

Record of service of Connecticut men in the war of the revolu- 
tion; war of 1812 and Mexican war. 777-f-i8op. Hartford 
1886. 353-97466 qA 

Fowler, W^ C. The ministers of Connecticut in the revolution. 
i44p. Hartford 1877. (see Congregational church in Connecti- 
cut General conference. Centennial papers. 1877. p.i-i44) 

285.8746 C76 4 

Hinman, R. R. A historical collection from official records, files, etc. 
of the part sustained by Connecticut during the war of the revolu- 
tion. 643p. Hartford 1842. 973.3446 H58 

Shepard, James, The tories of Connecticut. (see Connecticut 
quarterly, Ap.-July 1898, 4 : 139-51, 257-63) 974.6 



RELIGIOUS 

Address to the congregational churches in Connecticut on the present 
state of their religious concerns. 58p. Hartford 1833. 

285.8746 Ad2 

Beardsley, E. E. History of the episcopal church in Connecticut 
from the settlement of the colony to the death of Bishop Seabury. 
2v. N.Y. 1866. 973.746 638 



CONNECTICUT LOCAL HISTORY 183 



Congregational church in Connecticut General association. 

Contributions to the ecclesiastical history of Connecticut prepared 
under the direction of the general association to commemorate the 
completion of 150 years since its ist annual assembly. 562p. 
New Haven 1861. 285.8746 C;66 

Hawks, F. L. & Perry, W: S. ed. Documentary history of the 
protestant episcopal church in the United States of America con- 
taining hitherto unpublished documents concerning the church in 
Connecticut. 2V. N. Y. 1863-64. 283.746 [31 

Moravian historical society. Memorial of the dedication of monu- 
ments erected to mark the site of ancient missionary stations in New 
York and Connecticut. i84p. N.Y. 1860. 284.674 M79 

Pitkin, Mrs A. H. Our neighborhood churches during the American 
revolution, (see Connecticut quarterly, Oct. 1897, 3 1430-40) 

974.6 qC76 

Hartford, Windsor, Wethersfield, East and West Hartford, Glastonbury, 
Farraington, Simsbury and Middletown. 

GKENEALOGIC 

Bailey, F: W: Early Connecticut marriages as found on ancient 
church records prior to 1800. v.i-4 New Haven 1896-99. 

929.3 076 

The last volume contains a revised list of congregational churches report- 
ing the loss of their records prior to 1800. 

Bates, A. C. Family genealogies in library of Connecticut historical 
society, (see Connecticut historical society. Annual report. 1894. 
p. 29-44) N. Y. state lib. 

Supplementary list. (see Connecticut historical society. 

Annual report. 1896. p. 30-33; 1899. p. 26-31) N. Y. state lib. 

Goodwin, Nathaniel. Genealogical notes; or, Contributions to the 
family history of some of the first settlers of Connecticut and 
Massachusetts. 362p. Hartford 1856. 929.1 0631 

Hinman, R. R. Catalogue of the names of the early puritan settlers 
of the colony of Connecticut. 884p. Hartford 1852-56. 

929.1 H59 
Contents : Abbe-Danielson, and Hinman families. No more published. 



184 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 



Nash, F: H. Ye names and ages of all ye old folks in every hamlet, 
city and town in ye state of Connecticut now living, with ye sketches 
of 20 living centenarians. 52p. New Haven 1884. 920.0746 Ni7 



LITCHFIELD COUNTY. Organized 

Bartlett, M. H. Farmington river and its tributaries, (see Connecticut 

quarterly, July 1897, 3 : 325-44) 974.6 qC76 

Beers, F : W. County atlas of Litchfield, Ct. 76p. N. Y. 1874. 

912.7461 fB39 

Biographical sketch of the Rev. Thomas Davies, A.M. missionary of 
the Society for propagating the gospel in foreign parts, in several 
of the towns ol Litchfield county, Ct. from the year 1761 to the year 
1766. 55p. New Haven 1843. 9 22 -37 ^28 

Gives notices of the religious history of the towns. 

Congregational church in Litchfield county North and south 
consociations. Proceedings of the convention at Litchfield, July 
7 and 8, 1852, to commemorate the centennial anniversary of their 
primitive organization. I54P- Hartford 1852. 285.8746 L7i 

Deane, Edgar. Among the Litchfield hills, (see Connecticut quar- 
terly, Jan. 1897, 4 : 87-99) 974-6 qC76 

History of Litchfield county, Ct. with illustrations and biographical 
sketches of its prominent men and pioneers. 73op. Phil. 1 88 1. 

974.61 qH62 

Hollister, G. H. Introductory address delivered at the court house in 
Litchfield, Ct. Ap. gth, 1856, before the Litchfield county historical 
and antiquarian society on the occasion of completing its organiza- 
tion. 24p. Hartford 1856. 040 P v. 2320 

Kilbourne, P. K. Biographical history of the county of Litchfield, 
Ct. 413P- N. Y. 1851. 920.07461 K.55 

Knapp, William. Litchfield county, (see Howard, R. H. & Crocker, 
H:E. History of New England. 1881. 1:330-42)974 



Leete, W : W. Away from the railroad in Connecticut, (see Con- 
necticut magazine, July 1899, 5 : 351-61) 974-6 qC76 

Litchfield county celebration, (see New Englander, Feb. 1852, 10:76^89) 

051 



CONNECTICUT LOCAL HISTORY 185 

Litchfield county centennial celebration, held at Litchfield, Ct. i3th and Litchfleid co. 
i4th of Aug. 1851. 2i2p. Hartford 1851. 974.61 



Including the centennial address by Samuel Church, p. 21-61), poem, 
addresses, etc. 

Morris, James. Statistical account of several towns in the county of 
Litchfield. p. 85-124. New Haven 1815. 917.461 M83 
Published by the Connecticut academy of arts and sciences. 

Naugatuck valley directory and business advertiser, containing the 
names of citizens of Winchester, Torrington, Litchfield, Plymouth, 
Thomaston, Waterbury, Naugatuck, Beacon Falls, Seymour, Derby 
and Stratford. Hartford 1875. 917.461 N22 

Published by A. Brainerd. 

Barkhaxnsted. Incorporated 1779 

Jones, H: R. Barkhamsted. (see History of Litchfield county. 
1881. p. 237-51) 974.61 qH62 

Lee, W: W. anon. Barkhamsted, Ct. and its centennial, 1879; to 
which is added a historical appendix prepared by H: R. Jones. 
i78p. Meriden 1881. 974-6i 624 

-- Catalogue of Barkhamsted men who served in the various 
wars 1775 to 1865. loop. Meriden 1897. 923.57 1^519 

-- Historical address at the dedication of the soldiers' monument 
in Barkhamsted, Sep. 10, 1897. 8p. Meriden 1897. 974.61 6241 

Bethlehem. Incorporated 1787 from Woodbury 

Cothren, William. Births, marriages and deaths in Bethlehem, (see his 
History of ancient Woodbury. 1854-79. 3:536-81) 974.61 W85 

Bridgewater. Incorporated 1856 from New Milford 

Orcutt, Samuel. History of the towns of New Milford and Bridge- 
water. 9Q9p. Hartford 1882. 974-63 N42 

Genealogies, p. 637-813; inscriptions from burying places, p. 840-79. 

Canaan. Incorporated 1739 
Adam, Mrs M.. G. Canaan, (see Connecticut quarterly, Ap. 1896, 

2:105-18) 974-6 qC76 

Stevens, Nathaniel. Reminiscences of Canaan, Litchfield county, 

Ct. (see New England historical and genealogical register, Ap. 

1858, 12:122-26) 929.1 N422 



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Colebrook. Incorporated 1779 

Rockwell, Reuben. Colebrook. (see History of Litchfield county. 
1881. p. 274-87) 974-6i qH62 

Cornwall. Incorporated 1740 

Gold, T: S. Historical records of the town of Cornwall. 339?. 
Hartford 1877. 974-6i C8i 

Family records of early and present residents of Cornwall, p. 241-325. 

Goshen. Incorporated 1739 

Hibbard, A. G. History of the town of Goshen, Ct. with genealogies 
and biographies based upon the records of L. M. Norton. 62op. 
Hartford 1897. 974.6 1 G69i 

Genealogies of early Goshen families, p. 407-572; marriages, p. 573-92. 

Norton, Edward. Goshen. (see History of Litchfield county. 
1881. p. 333-46) 974-6i qH62 

Condensed from an address delivered at Goshen, 4 July 1876. 

Powers, Grant. Address delivered to the people of Goshen, Ct. at 
their ist centennial celebration, Sep. 28, 1838. 68p. Hart- 
ford 1839. 974-6i G69 
Harwinton. Incorporated 2737 

Chipman, R: M. History of Harwinton, Ct. i52p. Hartford 
1860. 974-6i H26 

Hart, J. C. Churches in Harwinton and Southington, Ct. (see New 
England historical and genealogical register, Ap. 1877, 31:195-96) 

929.1 N422 

Kent. Incorporated 1739 

Atwater, Francis. History of Kent, Ct. including biographical 
sketches of many of its present or former inhabitants. 
Meriden 1897. 974-6i 

Litchfield. Incorporated 1719 

Adam, W: L. Litchfield, Ct. (see New England magazine, Feb. 
1897, ser. 3, 15:705-19) 051 B34 v.2i 

Anderson, Joseph. The church at Northfield. (see his Churches of 
Mattatuck. 1892. p. 148-53) 285.8746 W29 

Kilbourn, D. C. Litchfield. (see Connecticut quarterly, July 1896, 
2:215-29) 974-6 qC76 

Kilbourne, P. K. Sketches and chronicles of the town of Litchfield, 
Ct. historical, biographical and statistical, together with a complete 
official register of the town. 264p. Hartford 1859. 974.61 



CONNECTICUT LOCAL HISTORY l8/ 

Woodruff, G : C. History of the town of Litchfield, Ct. 64p. 

Litchfield 1845. 974.61 L 7 i2 

- Litchfield centennial celebration, July 4th, 1876; historical 

address. 44p. Hartford 1876. 974-6 1 LJII 

Morris. Incorporated 1859 from Litchfield 

New Hartford. Incorporated 1738 

Bailey, F: W: New Hartford, Litchfield county, (see his Early Con- 
necticut marriages. 1898. 3:144-51) 929.3 76 

From 1st congregational church records, 1743-94. 

Jones, H : R. anon. Sketches of the people and places of New 
Hartford in the past and present. v. i. 33p, New Hartford 
1883. 974.61 N42i 

Jones, Mrs S. L. New Hartford, (see History of Litchfield county. 
1881. p. 393-419) 974.6i qH62 

New Hartford, North congregational church. Confession of 
faith, covenant and rules of order, with a historical sketch of the 
parish. 24p. Hartford 1897. 285.8746 N423 

New Milford. Incorporated 17 1 2 

Andrews, W: G. The trading post on the Paugasset. (see New 
Haven colony historical society. Papers. 1888. 4:371-95) 

974.67 N42 

Bailey, F : W: New Milford, Litchfield county. (see his Early Con- 
necticut marriages. 1898. 3:108-23) 929.3 C76 

From congregational church records, 1717-99. 

Friends, Quaker Hill, N. Y. Records: list of heads of families 
on the verge of our monthly meeting held in the Oblong 
and in the Nine partners, circularly taken in the 3d month 1760, 
copied by W: A. Eardeley-Thomas. (see Connecticut quarterly, 
Jan. 1898, 4:114-15) 974-6 qC76 

Kilbourn, D. C. New Milford, (see Connecticut quarterly, Oct. 
1899, 5:499-519) 974.6 qC76 

NewJVTilford directory, 1888-89. New Haven 1888. 917.461 N42 
Published by Price, Lee & Co. 

New Milford, First congregational church. Manual, Jan. 1891. 
74p. New Milford 1891. 285.8746 ^245 



co. 

NewMilford 



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C ' NeW Milford > First congregational church. Supplement of manual 
Jan. 1895. i Sp . n. p. 1895. 285.8746 N 4245 

Orcutt, Samuel. History of the towns ot New Milford and Bridge- 
water, Ct. 1703-1882. 909p. Hartford 1882. 974.61 N42 

Genealogies, p. 637-813; also inscriptions from the various burying places. 

Norfolk. Incorporated 1758 

Bailey, F: W: Norfolk, Litchfield county. (see his Early Connecti- 
cut marriages. 1896. 1:63-69) 929.3 76 

From the records of the congregational church, 1762-1800. 

Roys, Auren. Brief history of the town of Norfolk, from 1738 
to 1844. 8 9 p. N. Y. 1847. 974.61 N76 

North Canaan. Incorporated 1858 from Canaan 

Plymouth. Incorporated 1795 from Watertown 

Anderson, Joseph. The church at Terryville. (see his Churches 
of Mattatuck. 1893. p. 165-69) 285.8746 W29 

Atwater, Francis. History of the town of Plymouth, Ct. with an 

account of the centennial celebration, May 14 and 15, 1895. 44ip. 

Meriden 1895. 974.61 ?74 

Bristol, Plainville and Terryville directory for 1890-96. v.5-9. New 

Haven 1890-96. 917.462 677 

Terryville is a village in the town of Plymouth. 

Hillard, E. B. The church in Plymouth, (see Anderson, Joseph. 

Churches of Mattatuck. 1892. p. 108-31) 285.8746 W29 

-Plymouth, (see History of Litchfield county. 1881. p.486_5i2) 

974.61 qH62 

Lyman, Hphraim. Farewell discourse ; a sermon preached in Ply- 
mouth, Ct. June 8, 1851, at the close of his ministry in the ist con- 
gregational society. 4op. New Haven 1852. 285.8746 Py4 

Talmadge, W. G. Inscriptions from the stones in the old burying 
ground at Plymouth, Ct. dated before 1800. (see Salem press his- 
torical and genealogical record, Jan. 1891, 1^121-25; Oct. 1891, 
2:60-2) 929.1 



Koxbury. Incorporated ij 96 from Woodbury 

Cothren, William. Births, marriages and deaths in Roxbury. (see 
his History of ancient Woodbury. 1854-79. 3:582-650) 

07/1.61 



CONNECTICUT LOCAL HISTORY 189 

Salisbury. Incorporated 1741 L,itciifleid co. 

Bartlett, E. S. Salisbury. (see Connecticut quarterly, Oct. 1898, 
4:34S-7i) 974-6 qC;6 

Church, Samuel. Address on the history of Salisbury, Ct. at the 
centennial celebration of the town, Oct. 20th, 1841; i74[ 
59p. Salisbury 1842. 974-6i 

Historical address delivered at the commemoration of the icoth 

anniversary of the ist annual town meeting of the town of Salisbury, 
Oct. 20, 1841. 96p. New Haven 1842. 974-6i 833 

Grossman, J. W. New-Years discourse delivered at Salisbury on 
Lord's day, Jan. 2, 1803, containing the ancient history of the 
town. 28p. Hartford 1803. 974-6i Sa3i 

Notes on the iron mines in Salisbury, Ct. communicated by Rev. 
Abner Morse. (see New England historical and genealogical 
register, July 1853, 7 : 220) 929.1 N422 

Holley, A. H. Historical address on the history of the town delivered 

at the centennial celebration held in Salisbury, Ct. July 4th, 1876; 

1841-1876. 55p. Salisbury 1876. 974-6i Sa32 

Reid, Adam. Historical address before the congregational church in 

Salisbury, Ct. at their ist centennial celebration, Nov. 20, 1844. 

63p. Hartford 1845. 285.8746 8331 

Rudd, M. D. Inscriptions at Salisbury Center, Lime Rock, etc. 

i6p. Bost. 1898, 9 2 9-5 R $3 

Salisbury, Congregational church. i5oth anniversary at the 

congregational church in Salisbury, Ct. Friday, Nov. 23, 1894, ed. 

by J: C. Goddard. 8$p. Hartford 1895. 285.8746 Sa3 

History of the meeting house by M. D. Rudd, p. 16-24; address by J: C. 

Goddard, p. 31-51; other addresses and historical notes, p. 52-82. 

Sharon. Incorporated 1739 
Benton, M. B. The rose of Sharon, (see Connecticut magazine, Sep. 

1899, 5:449- 6 7) 974-6 qC76 

Sketch of the town. 

McLaughlin, D. D. T. Rededication ; a discourse preached at the 

reopening of the congregational church in Sharon, Ct. Mar. 2, 1861. 

29p. N. Y. 1864. 040 P v.i9F9 

Parker, Daniel. Complete refutation of the reply of Mr Joseph 

Harvey to Proscription delineated. 144?. N. Y. 1820. 922.57 P22 

Parker was pastor of the Ellsworth society in Sharon. 



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C: F: General history of the town of Sharon, Litchfield 
county, Ct. from its ist settlement. Ed. 3. 2040. Amenia 

N. Y. 1898. 

974-61 Sh2i 
Jiographical notices, family sketches, genealogies, etc. p. 110-62. 

- History of the town of Sharon from its ist settlement 1240 
Hartford 1842. 974.61 Sh2 

Jiographical notices, family sketches, genealogies, etc. p. 61-119. 

- Sharon, (see History of Litchfield county. 1881. p. 563-99) 



Condensed from his History of Sharon. 974<6j 

Van Alstyne, Lawrence. Born, married and died in Sharon, Ct. a 
record of births, marriages and deaths in the town of Sharon, Ct. 
from 1721 to 1879, taken from ancient land and church records and 
other authentic sources. i 43 p. Sharon 1897. 929.3 Sh 2 

Thomaston. Incorporated 1873 from Plymouth 
Anderson, Joseph. The Eagle Rock church, Thomaston. (see his 

Churches of Mattatuck. 1892. p. 169-70) 285.8746 W 29 

Bugbee, R. G. The church in Thomaston. (see Anderson, Joseph. 

Churches of Mattatuck. 1892. p. 163-65) 285.8746 W2 9 

Torrington. Incorporated 1740 

Moore, W: H. anon. Torringford : in connection with the centen- 
nial of the ist pastor, Rev. S: J. Mills. io 7 p. Hartford 1870. 

285.8746 T6 3 

Orcutt, Samuel. History of Torrington, Ct. from its ist settlement 
in 1737, with biographies and genealogies. 8i7p. Alb. 1878. 

Genealogies, p. 367-792. ^74- J 

- Torrington. (see History of Litchfield county. 1881. p. 610- 

4I ) 974.61 qH6 2 

Condensed from his History of Torrington. 

Winsted and Torrington directory, 1885-86, 1890-91. .2-5. New 
Haven 1885-90. 9I ' 746l w 

Published by Price, Lee & Co. 

Warren. Incorporated 1786 from Kent 

Washington. Incorporated 1779 f rom Woodbury 

Bailey, F: W: Washington, Litchfield county, (see his Early Con- 
necticut marriages. 1896. 1:95-101) 9 2 9 . 3 076 

From the records of the congregational church, 1749-99. 



CONNECTICUT LOCAL HISTORY 19! 

Cables. M. E. Lake Waramang. (see Connecticut quarterly, Ap. 

Woodbury 

1897, 3:227-34) 974.6 



Cothren, William. Births, marriages and deaths in Washington, 
1746-1878. (see his History of ancient Woodbury. 1854-79. 
3:312-426) 974.6i W8-5 

Kilbourn, D. C. Washington, (see Connecticut quarterly, July 1898, 
4:237-56) 974.6 qC76 

Watertown. Incorporated 1870 from Waterbury 

Dayton, Frederick & Richardson, N. S. Historical sketch of 
Watertown, Ct. with the record of its mortality from 1858 to 1871. 
3v. Waterbury 1845-71 974.61 W3i 

v. 1-2 wanting. 

Pegrum, Robert. The church in Watertown. (^Anderson, Joseph. 
Churches of Mattatuck. 1892. p. 99-107) 285.8746 W29 

Waterbury and Naugatuck directory including Watertown, 1895-96. 
New Haven 1895-96. 917.467 W29 

Winchester. Incorporated 1771 

Boyd, John. Annals and family records of Winchester, Ct. with 
exercises of the centennial celebration, 1871. 63ip. Hart- 
ford 1873. 974-6r W72 

Wmsted and Torrington directory, 1885-86, '90-91. v. 2-5. 

New Haven 1885-90. 917.461 W73 

Published by Price, Lee & Co. 

Woodbury. Named 1674 

Cothren, William. Ancient deeds in Woodbury, Ct. copied from the 
town records, book i. (see New England historical and genealogi- 
cal register, Jan. 1849, 3 ; 69-7o) 929.1 N422 

- History of ancient Woodbury, Ct. from the ist Indian deed in 
1659 to 1879; including the present towns of Washington, South- 
bury, Bethlehem, Roxbury and a part of Oxford and Middlebury. 
3v. Waterbury 1854-79. 974-6i W85 

Births, marriages and deaths of Woodbury and towns formed from it, 
v. 3. 

- Second centennial celebration of the exploration of ancient 
Woodbury and the reception of the ist Indian deed, held at 
Woodbury, Ct. July 4 and 5, 1859. 223p. Woodbury 1859. 

974.61 



IQ 2 NKNV YORK STATK UIIKAKY 

Hartford co. HARTFORD COUNTY 

Adams, S. W. The Andros government, the charter and the charter 
oak. (see Trumbull, J. H. Memorial history of Hartford county. 
1886. 1:63-72) 974.62 qTyy 

- The bench and the bar. (see Trumbull, J. H. Memorial his- 



tory of Hartford county. 1886. 1:105-34) 974.62 

Bartlett, M. H. Farmington river and its tributaries, (see Connec- 
ticut quarterly, July 1897, 3:325-44) 974-6 qC76 

Burdett, C: L. General description of Hartford county, (see Trum- 
bull, J. H. Memorial history of Hartford county. 1886. 1:1-10) 

974.62 qT77 

Clark, C: H. Growth of the country, (see Trumbull, J. H. Memorial 
history of Hartford county. 1886. 1:207-14) 974.62 qT77 

Fletcher, W: I. Hartford county, (see Howard, R. H. & Crocker, 
H: E. History of New England. 1881. 1:311-29) 974 qH83 

Kinney, J: C. The war of the rebellion, (see Trumbull, J. H. 
Memorial history of Hartford county. 1886. 1:89-104) 

974.62 qT77 

Talcott, M.. K. General history of the county to the end of the 
revolutionary war. (see Trumbull, J. H. Memorial history of 
Hartford county. 1886. 1:73-88) 1974.62 qT77 

Tarbox, I. N. Dutch traders on the river and the House of hope. 

(see Trumbull, J. H. Memorial history of Hartford county. 1886. 

1:15-18) 974.62 qT77 
Emigration; new towns planted from Hartford county. (see 

Trtimbull, J. H. Memorial history of Hartford county. 1886. 

1:201-6) 974.62 qT77 

How the river towns came to be planted. (see Trumbull, 

j. H. Memorial history of Hartford county. 1886. 1:19-36) 

974.62 qT77 

The river towns, 1635-66. (see Trumbull, J. H. Memorial 

history of Hartford county. 1886. 1:37-62) 974.62 qT77 

Contents : Organization of civil government. 

Character and social position of tho settlers. 
Pequot war Code of 1650, etc. 
Charter of 1662 Tin ion of the colonies. 



CONNECTICUT LOCAL HISTORY 193 

Trumbull, J. H. Memorial history of Hartford county, Ct. 1633-84. Hartford co. 
2v. Bost. 1886. 974 . 62 qT 77 Bloomfleld 

Contents: v. 1 Hartford county, town and city. 

v. 2 Town histories. 
Reviewed in Atlantic monthly, Feb. 1887, 59:271-74, 051 At6 v. 59. 

Wainwright, W. A. M. Medical history of Hartford county, (see 
Trumbull, J. H. Memorial history of Hartford county. 1886. 

I:I 35-54) 974.62 qT77 

Homeopathic by E: B. Hooker. 

Avon. Incorporated 1830 from Farmington 

Bartlett, M. H. Avon, (see Trumbull, J. H. Memorial history of 
Hartford county. 1886. 2:1-12) 974.62 qT; 7 

Berlin. Incorporated 1785 from Farmington, Wethersfield and 

Middletown 

Bailey, F:W: Farmington-Berlin. (see his Early Connecticut mar- 

riages. 1899. 4'3- JI ) . 929.3 C 7 6 

From the records of tho Kensington parish 1756-1800. This was organized 

1705 as the 2d society of Farraington and received the name Kensington in 

1822. In 1815 the Beckley quarter of Wethersfield was annexed and in 1818 

a section of Middletown. The parish of Kensington was incorporated as the 

town of Berlin in 1785. 

Camp, D. N. Berlin. (^^ History of New Britain. 1889. p. 169- 
72,192-97,209-211) 974.62 N42 

Welles, E. S. Beckley Quarter inscriptions. (see Tillotson, E: S. 
Wethersfield inscriptions. 1899. p. 288-306) 9 2 9-5 qT46 

Woodworth, W. W. Berlin. (see Trumbull, J. H. Memorial 
history of Hartford county. 1886. 2:13-28) 974.62 



Bloomfield. Incorporated 1835 from Windsor 

Stiles, H: R. Wintonbury parish, now Bloomfield. (see his History 
of ancient Windsor, Ct. 1859. p. 370-79) 974-62 W72 

History and genealogies of ancient Windsor, Ct. 2V. 1891-92. 

974.62 



Warner, Mrs E. G. Bloomfield. (see Trumbull, J. H. Memorial 
history of Hartford county. 1886. 2:29-38) 974-62 qT77 



194 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

' Bristol. Incorporated 1785 from Farmington 

Bristol. Centennial celebration of the incorporation of the town, June 
i7,i885,comp. by J.J. Jennings. io9p. Hartford 1885. 974.62 677 
Historical address prepared by Roswell Atkins ami Epaphroditus Peck. 

Bristol, Congregational church. Historical sketch of the congre- 
gational church and society in Bristol, Ct. with the articles of faith, 
covenant, and standing rules of the church, together with a catalogue 
of members. Qip. Hartford 1852. 285.8746 1*77 

Bristol, Plainville and Terry ville directory for 1890-96. v.5-9. 
New Haven 1890-96. 917.462 1*77 

Published by Price, Lee & Co. None published 1892 and 1894. 

Griggs, Lever ett. Review of 25 years ministry; a discourse preached 
to the ist church and society in Bristol, Ct., Sabbath, Oct. 31, 1858. 
2ip. Hartford 1858. 040 P v.2i4o 

Journal publishing co. Souvenir history of the town of Bristol, Ct. 
1897. 79P' Meriden 1897. 917.462 fJ82 

Newell, P. R. Bristol historical and scientific society, (see Connec- 
ticut quarterly, Ap. 1898, 4: 208-17) 974-6 qC76 

Norton, M. L. Bristol. (see Connecticut magazine, Jan. 1899, 
5:4-19) 974.6 qC76 

Peck, Epaphroditus. Bristol. (see Trumbull, J. H. Memorial 
history of Hartford county. 1886. 2:39-62) 974.62 



Burlington. Incorporated 1806 from Bristol 

Hitchcock, Roland. Burlington. (see Trumbull, J. H. Memorial 
history of Hartford county. 1886. 2:63-66) 974.62 



Canton. Incorporated 1806 from Simsbury 

Alvord, Frederick & Gridley, I. R. Historical sketch of the con- 
gregational church and parish of Canton Center, Ct. formerly West 
Simsbury; organized 1750. 96p. Hartford 1886. 285.8746 Ci6 

Brown, Abiel. Genealogical history with short sketches and family 
records of the early settlers of West Simsbury, now Canton, Ct. 
i5ip. Hartford 1856. 929.1 B8i 



CONNECTICUT LOCAL HISTORY 195 

Hale, D: B. & Case, Levi. Canton, (see Trumbull, J. H. Memorial Hartford co. 

,. r TT r j oo^ / r\ Bast Hartford 

history of Hartford county. 1886. 2:67-76) 974.62 



PhelpS, N. A. Canton, (see his History of Simsbury, Granby and 
Canton. 1845. p. 136-45) 974.62 815 

. 
East G-ranby. Incorporated 1858 from Granby and Windsor Locks 

Clarke, C: H. East Granby. (see Trumbull, J. H. Memorial history 
of Hartford county. 1886. 2 : 77-84) 974.62 qT77 

Egleston, N. H. The Newgate of Connecticut, the old Simsbury 
copper mines. (.?<?<? Magazine of American history, Ap. 1886, 15: 
321-34) 973 M27 

French, J. M. The Simsbury copper mines, (see New England maga- 
zine, Mar. 1887, 5:427-37) 051 634 

Located in East Granby and later known as Newgate prison. 

Phelps, N. A. History of the copper mines and Newgate prison at 
Granby, Ct , also of the captivity of Daniel Hayes of Granby by 
the Indians in 1707. 34p. Hartford 1845. 365 ?5i2 

Phelps, R: H. History of the Newgate of Connecticut at Simsbury, 
now East Granby; its insurrections and massacres, the imprison- 
ment of the tories in the revolution. 151?. Alb. 1860. 365 



Newgate of Connecticut, a history of the prison; its insur- 
rections, massacres, etc. imprisonment of the tories in the revo- 
lution. Ed. 3. 33p. Hartford 1844. 365 



Start, E. A. The New England Newgate, (see New England maga- 
zine, Nov. 1890, ser. 3, 3:366-76) 051 634 v.9 

Todd', C: B. The American Newgate. (see Lippincott's magazine, 
Mar. 1881,27:290-97) 051 L66 

East Hartford. Incorporated 1783 from Hartford 
Bailey, F: W: East Hartford, Hartford county, (see his Early Con- 
necticut marriages. 1896. 2:85-86) 929.3 C76 

From congregational church records, 1783-98. 

Dana, James. There is no reason to be ashamed of the gospel; a 
sermon preached at East Hartford, Dec. 23, 1801, at the ordina- 
tion of Andrew Yates as a colleague pastor with Eliphalet Williams. 
26p. Hartford 1802. 123 Edpi 



196 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

Hartford co. Goodwin. J. O. East Hartford, (see Trumbull, J. H. Memorial 
Bast Windsor 

history of Hartford county. 1886. 2:85-106) 974.62 



- East Hartford ; its history and traditions. 249p. Hartford 
1879. 974.62 Ea7 

Hartford city directory, also a directory of the town of East Hartford, 
1890-96. v. 53-59. Hartford 1890-96. 

917.463 



East Windsor. Incorporated ij68 from Windsor 

Bailey, F; W: East Windsor, Hartford county. (see his Early Con- 
necticut marriages. 1896. 1:114-16) 9 2 9-3 76 

From the records of the congregational church, 1761-97. 

Bartlett, Shubael. History of the ist ecclesiastical society in East 
Windsor from its formation in 1752 to the death of its 2d pastor, 
Rev. Shubael Bartlett in 1854. i36p. Hartford 1857. 

285.8746 Ea78 

Sperry, R. T. East Windsor's share in the American revolution. 
(see Stiles, H: R. History and genealogies of ancient Windsor, Ct. 
1891-92. i : 627-72 1) 974.62 qW72i 

Starr, M.. S. Home of Timothy and Jonathan Edwards, (see Con- 
necticut quarterly, Jan. 1897, 4:33-43) 974-6 qC76 

Stiles, H: R. History and genealogies of ancient Windsor, Ct. 
including East Windsor. 2v. Hartford 1891-92. 974.62 qW72i 

- History of ancient Windsor, Ct. including East Windsor. 
922p. N. Y. 1859. 974.62 W72 

Tarbox, I. N. East Windsor, (see Trumbull, J. H. Memorial his- 
tory of Hartford county. 1886. 2 : 107-28) 974.62 



Enfield. Named 1683; annexed to Connecticut from Massachusetts, 1749 

Brainard, J. M. Mother Ann's children in Connecticut, the Enfield 
shakers, (see Connecticut quarterly, Oct. 1897, 3:461-74) 

974.6 qC76 

Knight, C. T. Enfield ; some beauties natural, and sketches historical. 
(see Connecticut quarterly, Oct. 1896, 2 : 359-74) 974-6 qC76 

Winch, G: W. Enfield. (see Trumbull, J. H. Memorial history of 
Hartford county 1886. 2 : 139-62) 974.62 



CONNECTICUT LOCAL HISTORY 197 

Farmington. Incorporated 1645 Hartford co 

Fanningtou 

Bailey, F: W: Farmington- Avon, Hartford county, (see his Early 

Connecticut marriages. 1899. 4:12-20) 9 2 9-3 Cy6 

From the records of the Nortbington church in Farmington, 1750-1815. 

This parish was incorporated as Avon in 1830. 

- Farmington-Berlin, Hartford county. (see his Early Connec- ' 
ticut marriages. 1899. 4:3-11) 929.3 C;6 

See note under Berlin. 

Camp, D. N. Farmington. (see his History of New Britain. 1889. 
p. 84-108, 190-92) 974.62 N42 

Davies, T. E. Memorial discourse delivered in the ist church of 
Christ, Unionville, Ct. July 9, 1876. igp. Hartford 1877. 

285.8746 Un 3 i 

Farmington, Congregational church. Church records, communi- 
cated by Julius Gay. (see New England historical and genealogical 

register) 929.1 N422 

\ 
July-Oct. 1884,38: 275-79,410-13 

Jan.-Oct. 1885, 39: 48-52, 118-20, 241-45, 338-41 
Jan.-Ap. 1886,40: 31-33,155-57; Oct. 1886, 40: 359-61 
Period, 1697-1794. 

-Church records, 1652-97, copied by Nathaniel Goodwin, (see 
New England historical and genealogical register) 929 i N422 
Oct. 1857, ii : 323-28 

Jan.-Ap. 1858, 12: 34-3 8 > i47~5; Oct - l8 5 8 I2: 3 2 7~3 
Jan. 1859, 13: 57-60 

Gay, Julius. Farmington in the war of the revolution; an historical 
address delivered May 3, 1893. 28p. Hartford 1893. 973 .3 025 

Farmington soldiers in the colonial wars; an historical address 



delivered Sep. 8, 1897. 22p. Hartford 1897. 973-2 G25 

Old houses in Farmington ; an historical address delivered 

May i, 1895. 2op. Hartford 1895. 974.62 F22i 

Porter, Noah. Farmington. (see Trumbull, J. H. Memorial history 
of Hartford county. 1886. 2:163-204) 974- 62 

Including sketch of Unionville by J. L. Cowles, p. 199-204. 



198 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

Hartford co. Porter, Noah. Half century discourse on occasion of the coth anniver- 

Glastonbury 

sary of his ordination as pastor of the ist church in Farmington, Ct. 
delivered Nov. 12, 1856. 54p. Farmington 1857. 040 P v.254 

- Historical discourse delivered at the celebration of the looth 
anniversary of the erection of the congregational church in Farm- 
ington, Ct. Oct. 16, 1872. 75p. Hartford 1873. 285.8746 F22 

- Historical discourse delivered by request before the citizens of 
Farmington, Nov. 4, 1840, in commemoration of the original set- 
tlement of the ancient town in 1640. 99P- Hartford 1841. 

974.62 F22 

Historical notes, p. 55-93. 

-- The old meeting-house, (see Religious magazine and monthly 
review, Dec. 1873,50:510-25) 205 M76 

Based on his discourse delivered Oct. 16, 1872. 

Potts, William. Old Farmington, Ct. (see New England magazine 
May 1897, ser. 3, 16:321-38) 051 634 v. 22 

Smith, E; A. The church in Farmington. (see Anderson, Joseph. 
Churches of Mattatuck. 1892. p. 93-99) 285.8746 W29 

Glastonbury. Incorporated 1690 from Wethersfield 

Chapin, A. B. Glastenbury for 200 years; a centennial discourse, 
May 1 8th 1853, with an appendix containing historical and statisti- 
cal papers of interest. 252p. Hartford 1853. 974.62 046 
Genealogic account of families, p. 159-200. 

Glastonbury. Glastenbury centennial celebration, May 13, 1853; 
order of exercises. p. 221-52. Hartford 1853. 974.62 0461 
From Chapin. Glastenbury for 200 years. 

Goslee, H: S. Glastonbury sketches, (see Connecticut quarterly, 
July-Oct. 1896, 2:259-67,333-41) 974-6 qCy6 

Goslee, W: S. Glastonbury. (see Trumbull, J. H. Memorial history 
of Hartford county. 1886. 2 : 205-28) 974.62 



Tillotson, E: S. Glastonbury inscriptions. (see his Wethersfield 
inscriptions. 1899. p. 312-19) 9 2 9-5 



CONNECTICUT LOCAL HISTORY 199 

Granby. Incorporated ij 86 from Sims bury Hartford co. 

Case, W: S. Granby. (see Trumbull, J. H. Memorial history of 
Hartford county. 1886. 2 : 229-36) 974.62 qTyy 

Phelps, N. A. Granby. (see his History of Simsbury, Granby and 
Canton. 1845. P- I0 3-35) 974.62 815 



Hartford city. Settled 1635 ; named 1637 

Adams, S. W. Settlement of the town, (see Trumbull, J. H. Memo- 
rial history of Hartford county. 1886. i : 221-26) 974.62 



Andrews, C: M. The river towns of Connecticut, a study of Wethers- 
field, Hartford and Windsor. i26p. Bait. 1889. (in Johns 
Hopkins university studies in historical and political science. 1889. 
v.7, no. 7-9) 305 J62 

Andrews, J. P. The city of Hartford, (see Trumbull, J. H. Memo- 
rial history of Hartford county. 1886. i : 377-88) 974.62 



Bacon, Leonard & Walker, G: L. Sermons preached in the ist 
church of Christ in Hartford, to which is appended some account 
of the early meeting houses of the ist church. 45p. Hart- 
ford 1879. N. Y. state lib. 

Baldwin, Henry. Social life after the revolution. (see Trumbull) 
J. H. Memorial history of Hartford county. 1886. i : 574-604, 

974.62 



Bliss, Sylvester. The charter oak. (see Historical magazine, Jan. 
1857, i : 2-5) 973 H6 2 

Boltwood, L. M. Births, marriages and deaths contained in the vol- 
ume lettered Original distribution of the town of Hartford (Ct.) 
among the settlers, 1639. (see New England historical and genea- 
logical register) 929.1 N422 

Ap. 1858, 12: 173-75 Jan.-Ap. 1859, 13 : 48-54, 141-48 

Oct. " 12:331-36 

- Births, marriages and deaths from book lettered Records of 
town of Hartford, 1685-1709, no. i. (see New England historical 
and genealogical register, July-Oct. 1859, 13 : 239-44, 343-46) 

929.1 N422 



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Hartford co. Boltwood, L. M. Records of the town of Hartford, (see New England 
historical and genealogical register) 929.1 N422 

July 1866, 20 : 234-37 Jan. 1869, 23 : 42-46 

Ap. 1868, 22 : 192-95 
Births, marriages and deaths in 1st half of 18th century. 

Bushnell, Horace. Twentieth anniversary; a commemoration dis- 
course delivered in the North church of Hartford, May 22, 1853. 
32p. Ha'rtford 1853. 040 P v.26y 

The charter oak. 4p. n.p. 1851. 974.6 38 

The churches of Hartford, (see Trumbull, J. H. Memorial history 
of Hartford county. 1886. 1:389-424) 974.62 

Contents : North congregational church, N. J. Burton. 

Fourth congregational church, Graham Taylor. 

Other congregational churches. F. S. Hatch. 

Baptist church, A. J. Sog. 

Episcopal church, W. P. Nichols. 

Roman catholic church, Thomas McManus. 

Other denominations, F. S. Hatch. 

City directory for Hartford for 1848-49. Hartford 1848-49. 

917.463 
Title reads Wells 1 city directory for Hartford. 

Clark, C: H. Charter oak city, (see Scribner's monthly, Nov. 1876, 
13:1-21) 051 80-31 

Day, Thomas. Historical discourse delivered before the Connecticut 
historical society and the citizens of Hartford on the evening of the 
26th day of Dec. 1843. 3 6 P- Hartford 1844. 974.63 033 

Directory and guide book for the city of Hartford for 1846. Hart- 
ford 1846. 9(7.463 D63 

Compiled by I: N. Bolles. 

Early history of Hartford, (see American historical magazine, Ap. 
1836, i: 121-24) 973 Am 3 

Extracts and minutes from tbe records. 

Echols, E. S. A New England literary colony : Nook farm at Hart- 
ford and the notable group of writers who have settled there, (see 
Munsey's magazine, Sep. 1895, 13:647-50) 051 Mg2 

First church of Hartford, Ct. (see New Englander, Sep. 1884, 43 : 668- 
81) 051 N42i 

Review of Walker. History of the 1st church. 



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CONNECTICUT LOCAL HISTORY 2OI 

Hartford. Hartford town votes, v. i. (in Connecticut historical Hartford co. 
society. Collections. 1897. v.6) 974-6 C76 

Contents : v. 1 1635-1716. 

Hartford, Board of trade. Hartford, Ct. as a manufacturing, busi- 
ness and commercial center, with brief sketches of its history, 
attractions, leading industries and institutions. 22op. Hartford 
1889. 9 J 7-463 H25 

Hartford, Christ church. Contributions to the history of Christ 
church, Hartford. 787?. Hartford 1895. 283.746 H25 

Contents: Commemorative sermon, F. M. Clark. 

Annals of the parish, C : J. Hoadly. 

Abstract of principal votes, G. W. Russell. 

List of baptisms, marriages and burials, 1801-95, p. 531-726. 

Hartford city directory for 1842, '46, '50-56, '58-59, '63-64, '67, '69, 
'7 I -73 J '75' '87-96. v. 5, 9, 13-19, 21-22, 26-27, 3> 3 2 > 34~3 6 , 
38, 50-59. Hartford 1842-96. 917.463 H25i 

Title page reads Geer's Hartford city directory. 

Last volume indexes valuable historical articles in previous numbers. 

Hartford, First congregational church. Commemorative exercises 
of the ist church of Christ in Hartford at its 25oth anniversary, Oct. 
ii and 12, 1883. 2i5p. Hartford 1883. 285.8746 H253 
Contents : Remarks on the early topography of Hartford, J: C. Parsons, p. 

24-32. 

Historical address, G: L. Walker, p. 37-99. 
Meeting-houses of the 1st church, Rowland Swift, p. 135-63. 

Historical catalogue of the ist church in Hartford, 1633-1885. 



274p. Hartford 1885. 285.8746 H254 

Including records of baptisms, marriages and deaths. 

Hartford, Fourth congregational church. Memorial manual of the 
church published to commemorate its 5oth anniversary, 1832- 
1882. 52p. Hartford 1882. 285.8746 



Hartford, Second congregational church. Proceedings at the 
2ooth anniversary of the 2d church of Christ in Hartford, Feb. 22d 
and 23d, 1870. 86p. Hartford 1870. 285.8746 ^55 

Historical discourse, E. P. Parker. 

Hawes, Joel. Address delivered at the request of the citizens of 
Hartford on the 9th of Nov. 1835; the close of the 2d century from 
the ist settlement of the city. Sop. Hartford 1835. 974.63 



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Hartford co. Hawes, Joel. Historical sketches of the ist church in Hartford; a 

Hartford 

centennial discourse delivered June 26, 1836. 35p. Hartford 
1836. 285.8746 H252 

Hoadly, C: J. A case of witchcraft in Hartford, (see Connecticut 
magazine, Nov. 1899, 5 : 557-6 1 ) 974-6 qCy6 

Holcombe, E. S. G. Ancient burying ground of Hartford, (see Con- 
necticut quarterly, Jan. 1897, 4 : 73-85) 974-6 qC76 

Including list of names on the gravestones standing in 1835. 

Judd, Sylvester. The Dutch House of good hope at Hartford, (see 
New England historical and genealogical register, Oct. 1853, 

6:368-69) 929.1 N422 

Lathrop, G: P. A model state capital, (see Harper's magazine, Oct. 
1885, 71 1715-34) 051 H2 3 

Papers relating to the controversy in the church in Hartford, (see 
Connecticut historical society. Collections. 1870. 2:51-125) 

974.6 076 

Parker, E. P. The 2d church, (see Trumbull, J. H. Memorial 
history of Hartford county. 1886. 1:288-92) 974.62 



-- 1670-1892; history of the 2d church of Christ in Hartford. 
435p. Hartford 1892. 285.8746 H25 

Records of the church; baptisms, marriages, deaths, etc. p. 286-421. 

Porter, W: S. Historical notices of Connecticut published under the 
patronage of the Connecticut historical society, v. 1-2. 244- 48p. 
Hartford 1842. 974.63 P83 

Contents : no. 1 Hartford in 1640. 

no. 2 Hartford and West Hartford. 

Genealogy and biography of the first settlers of Hartford, p. 1-24. 

Rathbun, J. G. Backward glances at Hartford, (see Connecticut 

magazine) 974-6 qC76 

Jan. 1899, 5:42-51 Ap. 1899, 5:218-25 

Feb. " 5:99-107 June " 5:339-45 

Saffell, W. T. R. The charter oak. (see Potter's American monthly, 
June 1876, 6:412-14) 973 qAni3 

Stuart, I: W. Hartford in the olden time ; its ist 30 years by Scaeva 
ed. by W. M. B. Hartley. 36ip. Hartford 1853. 974.63 qSt9 



CONNECTICUT LOCAL HISTORY 203 

Swift, Rowland. Commerce and banking. (see Trumbull, J. H. 
Memorial history of Hartford county. 1886. i : 308-48) 

974-62 



Talcott, M. . K. General history to the revolution, (see Trumbull, 
J. H. Memorial history of Hartford county. 1886. i : 293-307) 

974-62 qT77 

- Hartford, the birthplace of American democracy, (see Powell, 
L. P. ed. Historic towns of New England. 1898. p. 507-51) 

974 P87 

-- List of burial or " Sextons list " of the Center church burying 
ground, Hartford, (see Connecticut quarterly) 974-6 qC76 

Ap.-Oct. 1898, 4:180-87, 264-71, 417-20 
Feb.-Oct. 1899, 5:118-19, 186-87, 2 4 2 ~43> 290-91, 336-38, 382- 

85, 426-28, 481-84, 520-25 
Arranged chronologically, 1749-1806. 

- The original proprietors, (see Trumbull, J. H. Memorial his- 
tory of Hartford county. 1886. 1:227-76) 974.62 qT77 

The town since 1784. (see Trumbull, J. H. Memorial history 
of Hartford county. 1886. i : 361-76) 974.62 



Taylor, "W: H. The Connecticut capitol. (see Connecticut magazine, 
1899, 5 : 203-14) 974.6 qC76 

Twitchell, W: I. ed. Hartford in history; a series of papers by 
resident authors. 268p. Hartford 1899. 974- 6 3 T92 

Wadsworth, Daniel. 1737-1747 ; diary of Rev. Daniel Wadsworth, 
7th pastor of the ist church of Christ in Hartford, with notes by 
the 1 4th pastor G: L. Walker. 149?. Hartford 1894. 922.57 Win 

Walker, G: L. The ist church. (see Trumbull, J. H. Memorial 
history of Hartford county. 1886. 1:277-87) 974.62 

History of the ist church in Hartford, 1633-1883. 
Hartford 1884. 285.8746 H256 

"Warner, C: D. Domestic and social life in colonial times. (see 
Trumbull, J. H. Memorial history of Hartford county. 1886. 
1:349-60) 974.62 



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Hartford co. Webster, Noah. Bill of mortality; with remarks on the history of 

the town of Hartford in Connecticut, (see Massachusetts historical 

society. Collections. 1794. ser. 1,3:4-6) 974-4 M38 

Wells, E : W. The Ledyard house, Hartford. (see Magazine of 

American history, Sep. 1881, 7 : 200) 973 M27 

Hartland. Incorporated 1761 

Taylor, Lester. Hartland. (see Trumbull, J. H. Memorial history 
of Hartford county. 1886. 2:237-42) 974.62 



Manchester. Incorporated 1823 from East Hartford 
Manchester, First church of Christ. 1779-1879; the zooth 
anniversary of the organization ; historical addresses by Rev. S. W. 
Robbins and Dea. R. R. Dimock. 78p. Hartford 1880. 

285.8746 M3ii 

Robbins, S. W. Manchester, (see Trumbull, J. H. Memorial history 
of Hartford county. 1886. 2 : 243-66) 974.62 



Marlboroug-h. Incorporated 1803 from Colchester, Glastonbury, 

and Hebron 

Hall, Mary. Marlborough. (see Trumbull, J. H. Memorial history 
of Hartford county. 1886. 2:267-76) 974.62 



New Britain. Incorporated 1850 from Berlin 

Andrews, Alfred. Memorial; genealogy and ecclesiastical history. 
538p. Chic. 1867. 929.1 An2 

Binder's title, Andrews' New Britain. 

Camp, D: N. History of New Britain, with sketches of Farmington 
and Berlin, Ct. 1640-1889. SS^p. New Britain 1889., 

974.62 N42 

- New Britain, (see Trumbull, J. H. Memorial history of Hart- 
ford county. 1886. 2:277-318) 974.62 qT77 

New Britain directory for 1870-71,' 73-74, '76-77, '89-90. Hartford 
1870-90. 917.462 N42i 

1870-74 comp. by Fitzgerald and Dillon. 1876-77 pub. in New Britain by 
Adkin Bros- 1889-90 pub. by Price, Lee & Co. 

Parker, Mrs C. J. New Britain in the days of the revolution. pt 2. 
(see Connecticut quarterly, Jan. 1896, 2 : 72-80) 9746 qC76 

Talcott, M. C. New Britain, Ct. (see New England magazine, Feb. 
1899,86^3,19:721-41) 051 634 v.25 



CONNECTICUT LOCAL HISTORY 2O5 

Newington. Incorporated 1871 from Wethersfield Hartford co. 

Simsbury 

Brace, Jonathan. Half century discourse ; history of the church in 
Newington delivered on Tuesday the i6th of January 1855. 75P- 
Hartford 1855. 285.8746 N46 

Newington, Congregational church. Manual. i2p. South- 
ington 1898. 285.8746 N46i 

Welles, E. S. Church street inscriptions, (see Tillotson, E: S. Weth- 

ersfield inscriptions. 1899. p. 307-11) 9 2 9-5 ^46 

< 

- Newington. (see Connecticut quarterly, Oct. 1897, 3:389-402) 

974.6 qC76 

- Newington, Ct. inhabitants, 1776. (see Putnam's historical maga- 
zine) 929.1 qSa3i v.9 
May 1899, n. s. 7 : 145-48 Sep. 1899, n. s. 7 : 233 

July " n. s. 7 : 205-6 Nov. " n. s. 7 : 294-97 

- Newington inscriptions, (see Tillotson, E: S. Wethersfield in- 
scriptions. 1899. p. 154-99) 9 2 9-5 ^46 

Welles, Roger. Newington. (see Trumbull, J. H. Memorial his- 
tory of Hartford county. 1886. 2:319-34) 974.62 



Plainville. Incorporated 1869 f rom Farmington 

Bristol, Plainville and Terry ville directory for 1890-96. v.5-9- 
New Haven 1890-96. 917.462 677 

None published 1892 and 1894. 

Tomlinson, Simon. Plainville. .(see Trumbull, J. H. Memorial 
history of Hartford county. 1886. 2:335-40) 974.62 



Rocky Hill. Incorporated 1843 from Wethersfield 

Adams, S. W. Rocky Hill, (see Trumbull, J. H. Memorial his- 
tory of Hartford county. 1886. 2:493-96) 974.62 qT77 

Tillotson, E: S. Rocky Hill inscriptions. (see his Wethersfield 
inscriptions. 1899. p. 200-87) 9 2 9-5 



Simsbury. Named 1760 

Barber, L. I. Simsbury. (see Trumbull, J. H. Memorial history of 
Hartford county. 1886. 2:341-62) 974.62 qT77 

Bates, A. C. Rev. Dudley Woodbridge ; his church record at Sims- 
bury in Connecticut. 1697-1710. 32p. Hartford 1894. 

922.57 
Church records, p. 13-27. 



206 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

Hartford co. Phelps, N. A. History of Simsbury, Granby and Canton, from 1642 

South Windsor 

to 1845. I 7^p. Hartford 1845. 974.62 81$ 

Register of marriages, births and deaths in the families of the 1st settlers 
in Simsbury, p. 168-75. 

Viets, Roger. Records of Rev. Roger Viets, rector of St Andrews, 
Simsbury, Ct. 1763-1800 by A. C. Bates. 84p. Hartford 
1893. 929.3 .Si5 



South Windsor. Incorporated 1845 f rom ^ ast Windsor 
Stiles, H: R. History and genealogies of ancient Windsor, Ct. 
including South Windsor. 2V. Hartford 1891-92. 974.62 qW72i 

- History of ancient Windsor, Ct. including South Windsor. 
922p. N. Y. 1859. 974.62 W72 

Tarbox, I. N. South Windsor, (see Trumbull, J. H. Memorial 
history of Hartford county. 1886. 2:129-38) 974.62 



Southington. Incorporated 1779 from Farmington 

Eastman, W : R. Historical address at the 2oth anniversary of the 
Plantsville church, to which is prefixed the story of how the church 
came to be. 32p. Hartford 1886. 285.8746 P69 

Hart, J. C. Churches in Harwinton and Southington, Ct. (see New 
England historical and genealogical register, Ap. 1877, 31 : 195-96) 

929.1 N422 

Southington, Congregational church. Confessions of faith and 
covenant, to. which is added a catalogue of members. 96p. 
Hartford 1869. 285.8746 So8 

Southington directory for 1885-86, '89-90. New Haven 1885-89. 

917.462 So8 
Published by Price, Lee & Co. 

Timlow, H. R. Ecclesiastical and other sketches of Southington, Ct. 
57o-f275p. Hartford 1875. 974.62 So8 

Records of the church, p. 207-86 ; genealogies, apx. p. 1-275. 

Walkley, Stephen. Southington. (see Trumbull, J. H. Memorial 
history of Hartford county. 1886. 2:363-82) 974.62 



CONNECTICUT LOCAL HISTORY 2O7 

Suffield. Incorporated 1674.; annexed to Connecticut Hartford co. 

from Massachusetts, 1749 West Hartfort 

Sheldon, H. S. Documentary history of Suffield in the colony and 
province of the Massachusetts Bay in New England, 1660-1749. 
3v. in i. 343P- Springfield 1879-88: 974.62 Su2 

Paged continuously. 

Suffield. (see Trumbull, J. H. Memorial history of Hartford 



county. 1886. 2 : 383-414) 974.62 

Suffield. Celebration of the bicentennial anniversary of the town ot 
Suffield, Ct. Wednesday, Oct. 12, 1870. ii3p. Hartford 

1871. 974.62 Su25 

Historical address by Johu Lewis, p. 29-57, 

Suffield, First congregational church. Exercises of dedication 
and installation, Wednesday, Dec. 8, 1869. 56p. Hartford 
n. d. 285.8746 Su2 

- Proceedings at Suffield, Sep. 16, 1858, on the i5oth anniversary 
of the decease of Rev. Benjamin Ruggles, ist pastor. n8p. 
Springfield 1859. 285.8746 Su2i 

West Hartford. Incorporated 1854. from Hartford 
Bailey, F: W: West Hartford, Hartford county, (see his Early Con- 
necticut marriages. 1896. 2:72-85) 9 2 9-3 ^76 
From records of congregational church of West Hartford, 1727-99. This 
church was organized 1713 as the 3d church of Hartford. 

Hatch, F. S. West Hartford, (see Trumbull, J. H. Memorial his- 
tory of Hartford county. 1886. 2:415-24) 974.62 qT77 

Morris, M. N. Two discourses delivered Mar. 8th and i5th, 1863, on 
the completion of a century and a half from the organization of the 
congregational church in West Hartford, Ct. 39p. West 
Hartford 1863. 285.8746 W$2 

Porter, W: S. Historical notices of Connecticut. 48p. Hart- 
ford 1842. 974- 6 3 P^3 
Contents : no. 1 Hartford in 1640. 

no. 2 Hartford and West Hartford. 

Shepard, James. Reservoir park, West Hartford, (see Connecticut 
quarterly, Jan. 1896, 2 : 43-48) [974-6 



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Hartford co. Wethersfield. Settled 1635 ; named 1637 

Wethersfleld 

Adams, A. C. Historic sketch of the ist church of Christ in Wethers- 
field given from the pulpit, July 9, 1876. 24p. Hartford 
1877. 285.8746 W 53 

Adams, S. W. Wethersfield. (j^Trumbull, J. H. Memorial history 
of Hartford county. 1886. 2:425-92) 974.62. qT77 

Andrews, C: M. The river towns of Connecticut, a study of Wethers- 
field, Hartford and Windsor. i26p. Bait. 1889. (in Johns 
Hopkins university studies in historical and political science. 
1889. v. 7, no. 7-9) 305 J62 

Bailey, F: "W: Farmington-Berlin, Hartford county, (see his Early 

Connecticut marriages. 1899. 4:3-11) 9 2 9-3 76 

The town of Berliu was partly formed from Wethersfield. See note under 
Berlin. 

Wethersfield, Hartford county, (see his Early Connecticut mar- 
riages. 1898. 3 : 7-29) 929.3 C76 
From congregational church records, 1739-99. 

Hinman, R. R. Records ot Wethersfield, Ct. (see New England 
historical and genealogical register) 929.1 N422 

July-Oct. 1861, 15:241-46, 295-98 
Jan.-July 1862, 16:17-22, 135-42, 263-68 
July-Oct. 1863, 17:261-64, 355-58 
Jan.-July 1864, 18:53-59, 179-81, 225-26 
July-Oct. 1865, 19:241-43, 317-20 
Jan.-Oct. 1866, 20:13-20, 124-33, 204-10, 318-22 
Families are arranged alphabetically. 

Tillotson, E: S. Wethersfield inscriptions; a complete record of the 
inscriptions in the five burial places in the ancient town of Wethers- 
field, including the towns of Rocky Hill, Newington, and Beckley 
Quarter (in Berlin), also a portion of the inscriptions in the oldest 
cemetery in Glastonbury. 372p. Hartford 1899. 929.5 qT46 

Wethersfield, Congregational church. Manual, comprising histori- 
cal and biographical memoranda. 47p. Hartford 1860. 

285.8746 W 53 i 

Wethersfield, Methodist episcopal church. Brief historical sketch. 
4 8p. n. p. 1882. 287.6746 W53 



CONNECTICUT LOCAL HISTORY 

Windsor. Settled 1637 

Windsor 

Andrews, C: M. The river towns of Connecticut, a study of Wethers- 
field, Hartford and Windsor. i26p. Bait. 1889. (in Johns 
Hopkins university studies in historical and political science. 
1889. v.7, no. 7-9) 305 J62 

Bailey, F: W: Windsor-Bloomfield, Hartford county, (see his Early 
Connecticut marriages. 1899. 4:113-22) 9 2 9-3 76 

From the records of the congregational church in Wintonbury (now Bloom- 
field), 1738-1800. 

Hayden, J. H. Early Windsor families. (see Trumbull, J. H. 
Memorial history of Hartford county. 1886. 2 : 546-60) 

974.62 qT77 

McClure, David. Settlement and antiquities of the town of Windsor 
in Connecticut, (see Massachusetts historical society. Collections. 
1816. ser. i, 5: 166-71) 974-4 ^38 

Poquonock, Congregational church. Historical manual of the 
congregational church, Poquonock, Ct. organized June 2, 1841. 
66p. Hartford 1873. 285.8746 P8i 

Containing two sermons by Rev. N. G. Bonney. 

Stiles, H: R. History and genealogies of ancient Windsor, Ct. includ- 
ing East Windsor, South Windsor, Bloomfiel.d, Windsor Locks, and 
Ellington, 1635-1891. 2v. Hartford 1891-92. 974.62 qW72i 
Contents : v. 1 History. 

v. 2 Genealogies and biographies. 

- History of ancient Windsor, Ct. including East Windsor, South 
Windsor and Ellington prior to 1768, and Windsor, Bloomfield 
and Windsor Locks to the present time ; also genealogies prior to 
1800. 922p. N. Y. 1859. 974.62 W72 

Supplement to the history and genealogies of ancient Wind- 
sor, Ct. I34P- Alb. 1863. 974.62 W72 v.2 

Stoughton, J: A. Windsor farmes; a glimpse of an old parish. 
i5op. Hartford 1883. 974-62 qW72 

Tuttle, R. H. Windsor; general history. (see Trumbull, J. H. 
Memorial history of Hartford county. 1886. 2 : 497-533) 

974.62 qT77 

Wilson, G. C. Churches of Windsor, (see Trumbull, J. H. Memo- 
rial history of Hartford county. 1886. 2:534-45) 974.62 



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Hartford co. Windsor. Record of marriages and births in the town of Windsor in 
Connecticut, copied from the ist book of records under the date 
of 18 May, 1674; communicated by S: H. Parsons, (see New 
England historical and genealogical register) 929 . i N422 

Jan.-Oct. 1851, 5:63-66, 225-30, 353-66, 457-64 
Copy of inscriptions in old burial ground, p. 366, 457-64. 

Windsor, Congregational church. Record of the services held 
at the congregational church of Windsor, Ct. in celebration of its 
25oth anniversary, Mar. 3oth, 1880. i3P- Windsor 1880. 

285.8746 W72i 

Wolcott, Samuel. List of freemen of Windsor, Ct: 1669-70. (see 
New England historical and genealogical register, Ap 1851, 

5:247-48) 929.1 N422 

Windsor Locks. Incorporated 1854 from Windsor 

Hayden, J. H. Windsor Locks, (see Trumbull, J. H. Memorial 
history of Hartford county. 1886. 2:561-70) 974.62 qT77 

Stiles, H: R. History and genealogies of ancient Windsor, Ct. includ- 
ing Windsor Locks. 2v. Hartford 1891-92. 974.62 qW72i 

History of ancient Windsor, Ct. including Windsor Locks. 

922p. N. Y. 1859. 974.62 W72 

TOLLAND COUNTY. Incorporated 1785 
from Hartford and Windham counties 

Anderson, Mrs E. F. Tolland county. (see Howard, R. H. & 
Crocker, H: E. History of New England. 1881. 1:376-87) 

974 qH8 3 

Cole, J. R. History of Tolland county, Ct. 992p. N. Y. 1888. 

974.64 qC67 

Rockville, Stafford Springs and Tolland county directory, 1889-91. 

New Haven 1889-90. 917.464 R59 

Price, Lee & Co. compilers and publishers. 
Sumner, C: F. The medical profession, (see Cole, J. R. History 

of Tolland county, Ct. 1888. p.i76-236) 974-64 




Andover, Incorporated 1848 from Hebron and Coventry 
Sprague, W: B. Discourse delivered Feb. 25, 1849, on the completion 
of a century from the organization of the congregational church in 
Andover, Ct 32p. Alb. 1849. 252.051 Sp7 v.i 

Sermon preached at the dedication of the new congregational 

church in Andover, Ct. Oct. 28, 1833. 26p. Alb. 1833. 

253-05 1 SP7 v. 5 



CONNECTICUT LOCAL HISTORY 211 

Bolton. Incorporated I72O Toiiand co. 

Coventry 
Bailey, F: W: Bolton, Tolland county, (see his Early Connecticut 

marriages. 1899. 4:123-25) 929.3 Cy6 

From the records of the congregational church, 1738-79. 

Sumner, C: F. Town of Bolton. (see Cole, J. R. History of Tolland 
county, Ct. 1888. p. 577-613) 974-64 qC67 

Talcott, M.. K. Copy of the records ot the Rev. Thomas White, the 
ist pastor of the church in Bolton, Ct. (see New England historical 
and genealogical register) 929.1 N422 

Ap.-Oct. 1898, 52:180-85, 307-11, 408-20 
Oct. 1899, 53:447-49 
Baptisms, marriages aud admissions, 1725-63. 

Columbia. Incorporated i8o4Jrom Lebanon 

Columbia, Congregational church. Catalogue of the members ot 
the congregational church in Columbia, Ct. with the confession ot 
faith, covenant and a historical sketch. 38p. Norwich 1860. 

040 P V.2542 

i5oth anniversary of the organization of the church, Oct. 24th, 
1866; historical papers, addresses with appendix. g6p. Hart- 
ford 1867. 285.8746 C;i 
Contents: Historical discourse, F: D. A very, p. 5-27. 

Historical sketch; meeting houses, J: S. Yeomans, p. 30-36. 

Ministers from this parish, F: D. A very, p. 37-44. 

Historical papers, J: S. Yeomaus, p. 45-54. 

Moor's Indian charity school, F: D. A very, p. 58-69. 

Coventry. Named 1711 

Calhoun, G: A. Historical address before the church of Christ in 
North Coventry, Ct. at their ist centennial celebration, Oct. gth, 
1845. 44p. Hartford 1846. 285.8746 N8n 

Congregational church in Connecticut Tolland county asso- 
ciation. Reply to Mr Abbott's statement of proceedings in the 
ist society in Coventry, Ct. 48p. Hartford 1812. 

040 P v-484 

Coventry, Second congregational church. Celebration at North 
Coventry, Mar. 10, 1859, of the settlement of Rev. George A. 
Calhoun, D. D. over the church and society in that place, Mar. 10, 
1819. 4op. Hartford 1859. 040 P ^1919 

Sermon by G: A. Calhoun, p. 3-19. 



212 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

Toiiandco. Diniock, S. W. Births, marriages, baptisms and deaths from the 
Ellington 

records of the town and churches in Coventry, Ct. 1711-1844. 

3 oip. N Y. 1897. 929.3 C8 3 

Willimantic directory, including Windham, Colchester and Coventry, 

1893, '96. v.3, 5. New Haven 1893-96. 917.464 W67 

\ ^ 

Ellington. Incorporated 1786 from East Windsor 

Baird, J: G. Ellington parish and town; formerly a part of East 
Windsor, now belonging to Tolland county, (see Stiles, H: R. 
History and genealogies of ancient Windsor, Ct. 1891-92 
i : 807-70) 974.62 



Ellington, Congregational church. Articles of faith and covenant, 
together with its history, rules and regulations, and catalogue of its 
members since the year 1799. sop. Rockville 1896. 

285.8746 El5 

Pinney, A E. Ellington, (see Connecticut quarterly, Ap. 1898, 
4:189-96) 974-6 




Stiles, H: R. The parish (now the town) of Ellington, 1717-1768. 
(see his History of ancient Windsor, Ct. 1859. p. 260-89) 

974.62 W72 
Hebron. Incorporated 1708 

Bailey, F: W: Hebron, Tolland county, {see his Early Connecticut 
marriages 1898. 3:91-97) 9 2 9-3 76 

From records of 2d congregational church located at Gilead, 1752-97, 

Mansfield. Incorporated 1702 from Windham 

Bailey, F: W: Mansfield, Tolland county, (see his Early Connecti- 
cut marriages. 1896. 2:126-31) 9 2 93 76 

Froni the records of the 1st congregational church, 1744-85, 

Dimock, S. "W. Births, baptisms, marriages and deaths from the 
records of the town and churches in Mansfield, Ct. 1703-1850. 
574p. N. Y. 1898. 929.3 M3i 

Glidden, K. B. Centennial discourse delivered in the ist congrega- 
tional church, Mansfield Center, July 1876, including a history of 
the ist congregational church and a sketch of the early settlement, 
ecclesiastical and civil history of the town. 43p. Willimantic 
1876. 285.8746 M 3 i 



CONNECTICUT LOCAL HISTORY 213 

Slafter, E. F. Inscriptions on gravestones in North Mansfield, Ct. Toiiandco. 
(see New England historical and genealogical register, Oct. 1868, 

22:387-88) 929.1 N422 

Southwick, G. O. History of the congregational church, North 
Mansfield, Ct. 1744-1879. 6jp. Mansfield 1879. 

285.8746 N8i 

Welch, M. C. So-called presbyterianism of the ist church in Mans- 
field, Ct. (see Congregational quarterly, July 1878, 20:430-37) 

205 C762 

Soxners. Incorporated 1734 ; annexed to Connecticut 

from Massachusetts 1749 

Stafford. Settled 1719 

Stafford directory, Connecticut. Spencer Mass 1882. 917.464 Sti 

Woodward, G: H: Sermon preached the last Sabbath of 1843 at 
Stafford, Ct. Dec. 3ist. 2 4 p. Hartford 1846. 285.8746 Sti 



Tolland. Named 

Waldo, L. P. Early history of Tolland; an address delivered before 
the Tolland county historical society. i48p. Hartford 1861. 

974.64 T 5 8i 
Contains genealogies of Tolland families. 

Union. Incorporated 1734 

Hammond, Charles. History of Union, Ct. comp. by H. M. 

Lawson. 5o8p. New Haven 1893. 974.64 Un3 

Genealogies of families, p. 252-500. 
- History of Union, Ct. report of an address delivered at the 

centennial reunion at Lake Mashapaug in Union, Ct. Aug. 

30, 1876. 26p. 040 P V.2320 

Newspaper clipping mounted. 

- Sermon preached at the rededication of the congregational church 
in Union, Ct. July 25th, 1866. 39p. Springfield 1867. 

285.8746 



Vernon. Incorporated 1808 from Bolton 

Cogswell, W. T. History of Rockville, from 1823 to 1891, including 
also a brief sketch of facts which antedate the incorporation of Ver- 
non and bring dates up to the time when this history begins. 
48p. Rockville 1872. .974-64 R 59 



214 NE W YORK STATE LIBRARY 

co. Vernon, First congregational church. Confession of faith and 

Willington 

covenant with standing rules and historical notices of the church, 
and a catalogue of present officers and members, June i, 1872. 
i6p. Hartford 1872. 285.8746 59 

Willington. Incorporated 1727 

NEW LONDON COUNTY 

Arms, H. P. Historical notes of the congregational churches in New 
London county from 1836 to 1869. 22p. Norwich 1869. 

040 P V.2320 

Avery, John. Some reminiscences of the monthly meeting of the 
congregational ministers of New London county and vicinity, (see 
New London county historical society. Records and papers. 1895. 
2 : 23-68) 974.65 N423 

Baptist church in the U. S. New London association. His- 
torical sketch from its organization in 1817 to 1850 together with a 
history of the churches of which it is composed. i25p. Bost. 
1851. 286.1746 N425 

Kurd, D. H. History of New London county. 768p. Phil. 1882. 

974.65 qH 93 

New London county historical society. Records and papers, 
v. 1-2, pt 3. New London 1890-97. 974.65 N423 

Starr, F. F. Marriages performed by Daniel Wetherell in New Lon- 
don county, Ct. (see New England historical and genealogical 
register, Oct. 1896, 50:485) 929.1 N422 

Tuttle, Hiram. History and reminiscences of the monthly meeting 
of the congregational ministers of New London county, Ct. (see 
Congregational quarterly, Oct. 1 86 1, 3: 331-37) 205 C762 

Walworth, R. H. Hyde genealogy; or, The descendants in the 
female as well as in the male lines from William Hyde of Norwich. 
2v. Alb. 1864. 929.2 H99 

Contains much information about New London county families, specially 
those of Norwich. 

Woodward, Ashbel. Medical history, (see Kurd, D. H. History 
of New London county. 1882. p. 59-65) 974-65 qH93 

New London county, (see Howard, R. H. & Crocker, H: E. 

History of New England. 1881. 1:365-76) 974 qH83 




'CONNECTICUT LOCAL HISTORY 215 

Woodward, Ashbel. Outline history, (see Kurd, D. H. History of 
New London county. 1882. p. 13-19) 974.65 qH 93 

Bozrah. Incorporated 1786 from Norwic. 

Colchester. Named 1699 

Bailey, F: W: Colchester, New London county, (see his Early 
necticut marriages. 1898. 3 : 97-108) 9 2 9-3 

From the records of the 1st congregational church, 1732-83. 

Early births, marriages and deaths in Colchester, (see Hurd, 

D. H. History of New London county. 1882. p. 390-95) 

974 65 qH 93 

The same records are found in Colchester. Extracts from the records. 
p. 82-112. 

Colchester. Extracts from the records of Colchester, with some tran- 
scripts from the recording of Michaell Taintor, transcribed by C. M. 
Taintor. i56p. Hartford 1864. 974-65 C67 

Genealogies of Colchester families, p. 82-112. 

Loomis, I. F. Bacon academy; its founder and some account of its 
service, (see Connecticut quarterly, Ap. 1896, 2 : 121-39) 

974.6 qC76 

Randall, F. H. Memoranda of all the inscriptions in the old burying 
ground at Colchester, Ct. with some notes from the town records. 
(see New England historical and genealogical register) 929.1 N422 
Jan.-Oct. 1888, 42 : 78-83, 155-159, 264-67, 387-89 
Jan.-Oct. 1889, 43:44-47, 188-91, 253-56, 358-63 

W^illimantic directory, including Windham, Colchester and Coven- 
try, 1893. v. 3. New Haven 1893. 917.464 W67 

East Lyme. Incorporated 1839 f rom Lyme and Waterford 
Franklin. Incorporated 1786 from Norwich 

Backus, J. W. A ministry of a hundred years ago. (see Connecticut 
quarterly, Ap.-July 1897, 3 : 167-77, 2 7 6 ~ 8 5) 974-6 qC76 

Samuel Nott, for 70 years pastor of the congregational church, Franklin Ct. 

Bailey, F: W: Norwich-Franklin, New London county. (see his 
Early Connecticut marriages. 1899. 4:77-86). 9 2 9-3 ^76 

From the records of the congregational society of Franklin, 1719-99. This 
society was organized 1718 as the West Farms church of Norwich. 



2l6 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

NewLon- Franklin, Congregational church. Celebration of the i5oth anni- 

don co. 

Griswoia < versar y of the primitive organization of the congregational church 

and society in Franklin, Ct. Oct. i4th, 1868. 151?. New 

Haven 1869. 285.8746 F85i 

Edited by Ashbel Woodward. Historical address with notes by Ashbel 

Woodward, p. 11-92; historical sermon by F. C. Jones, p. 93-112. 

Nott, Samuel. Reasons for ministerial fidelity; a half century sermon 
preached at Franklin, Mar. 13, 1832. Ed. 2. 28p. Nor- 
wich 1832. 285.8746 F852 

Woodward, Ashbel. Franklin, (see Kurd, D. H. History of New 
London county. 1882. p. 400-2) 974-65 



Griswoid. Incorporated 1 815 from Preston 

Shipman, T: L. Historical discourse; a New Years sermon delivered 
in the congregational church, Jewett city, Ct. Jan. 13, 1856. i7p. 
Norwich 1856. 285,8746 J55 

Groton. Incorporated 1705 from New London 

Allyn, Charles. Groton heights centennial; a report of the memo- 
rial services, Sep. 6 and 7, in New London and on Groton heights, 
in honor of their brave defenders, Sep. 6, 1781. (see Harris, W: W. 
Battle of Groton heights. 1882. p. 301-94) 9733377 H24 

Bill, Ledyard. Pequot land reservation, Groton, Ct. (see New Eng- 
land historical and genealogical register, July 1867, 21 : 211-12) 

929.1 N422 

Brainard, W; F. Address in commemoration of the 6th of Sep. 
1781, spoken on Groton heights, Sep. 6, 1825. 32p. New 
London 1825. 973-3377 



Foster, L. S. Address delivered before the New London county his- 
torical society in old Fort Griswoid, Groton heights, Ct. Sep. 6th, 
1880. (see New London county historical society. Records and 
papers. 1890. v.i, pt 2, p. 7-20) 974-65 



Harris, W: W. Battle of Groton heights; a collection of narratives, 
official reports, records, etc. of the storming of Fort Griswoid and 
the burning of New London. i23p. New London 1870. 

973-3377 



CONNECTICUT LOCAL HISTORY 217 

Harris, W: W. Battle of Groton heights; a collection of narra- New Lon- 
don CO. 

Lebanon 



tives, official reports, records, etc. of the storming of Fort Griswold, don c * 



revised and .enlarged with additional notes by Charles Allyn. 
399P. New London 1882. 973-3377 H24 

Reviewed in Nation, Ap. 20, 1882, 34: 341-42, 071 qNai v.^. 

Hempstead, Stephen, anon. Description of the monument on Groton 
heights with the inscription and names and narrative of the battle. 
i2p. New London 1878. 973-3377 ^37 

K, I. A. The smitten village, (see New England magazine, Aug. 
1895, ser. 3, 12 : 668-72) 051 B34 v.i8 

Capture of Fort Griswold. 

New London directory 1890, '93, '95-96 with directory of adjacent 
towns. New London 1890-96. 917.465 N42 

Including directory of the town of Groton. 

Potter, W: H. Groton. (see Hurd, D. H. History of New London 
county. 1882. p. 418-51) 974.65 qH93 

Rathbun, Jonathan. Narrative of Jonathan Rathbun with accurate 
accounts of the capture of Groton fort, the massacre that followed 
and the sacking and burning of New London, Sep. 6, 1781, by 
Rufus Avery and Stephen Hempstead, together with an interesting 
appendix. Sop. n.p. 1840. 973-3377 R J 8 

Sibley, J. L. Col. J. Upsham and the attack on Groton, Ct. (see 
New England historical and genealogical register, Ap. 1856, 
10:127-28) 929- 1 N422 

Todd, C: B. Massacre at Fort Griswold Sep. 6th, 1781. (see Maga- 
. zine of American history, Sep. 1881, 7 : 161-75) 973 ^27 

Lebanon. Incorporated 1700 

Bailey, F: \V: Extracts from the records of the South ecclesiastical 
society in Lebanon, New London county, Ct. (see Historical 
magazine, Feb. 1867, ser. 2, i 185-87) 973 H62 v.n 

Lebanon, New I*ondon county, (see his Early Connecticut 

marriages. 1896. 2 : 38-50) 9 2 9-3 C76 

From the records of the 1st congregational church, 1712-75. 

Griffis, W: E. Brother Jonathan and his home, (see New England 

magazine, Sep. 1897, ser. 3, 17 : 3-24) 051 634 v. 23 

Jonathan Trumbull and his home in Lebanon, Ct. 
Higginson, T: W. Presentation of a plan of the ist parish, Lebanon, 

Ct. (see Massachusetts historical society. Proceedings. 1882. 

19:379-80) 974.4 qM 3 8 



2l8 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

NewL.cn- Hine, O. D. Early Lebanon; an historical address delivered in 

Ledyard* Lebanon, Ct. July 4, 1876, with an appendix of historical notes by 

N. H. Morgan. *76p. Hartford 1880. 974.65 L49 

Births, marriages and deaths, which appear among the earliest records 

with a few from other sources, p. 143-76. 

This work is largely reprinted in Hurd. History of New London county. 
p.480-518, 974.65 qHgs. 

Huntingdon, M. . C. Early Lebanon, (see Connecticut quarterly, 
July 1896, 2 : 247-58) 974-6 



Newcomb, Thomas. Account book, (see New England historical 
and genealogical register, July 1877, 31:294-97) 929.1 N422 
Kept at Lehanon Ct. 1735-38. 

Nichols, J: C. Historical sermon delivered on the occasion of the 
i5oth anniversary of the ist congregational church, Lebanon, Ct. 
26p. Haverhill Mass. 1895. 285.8746 L49 

Rate bill for the north parish of Lebanon (now Columbia) Ct. for the 
year 1741. (see New England historical and genealogical register, 
Jan. 1866,20:45-47) 929.1 




Rockwell, E. F. Columbia, Ct. papers concerning the early 
history of the town, (see Historical magazine, Nov. 1870, ser. 2, 
8:297-99). 973 H62 v.i8 

Sons of the American revolution Connecticut society. The 

Lebanon war office ; the history of the building and the report of 
the celebration at Lebanon, Ct. Flag day, June 15, 1891, ed. by 
Jonathan Trumbull. 96p. Hartford 1891. 369.133 C762 

Woodward, Ashbel. Ancient grave yard at Lebanon, Ct. (see New 
England historical and genealogical register, Jan. 1858, 12 : 55-63) 

929.1 N422 

Copies of some inscriptions and list of Lebanon men who were buried 
elsewhere during the revolution. 

Ledyard. Incorporated 1836 jrom Groton 

Lisbon. Incorporated 1786 from Norwich 

Lee, Andrew. Half century sermon preached at Hanover, the North 
society in Lisbon, Oct. 25, 1818, 2op. Windham 1819. 

040 P v.5O4 



CONNECTICUT LOCAL HISTORY 

Lyme. Named 1667 New Lo1 

don co. 

Bailey, F: W: Lyme, New London county, (see his Early Con- Montville 
necticut marriages. 1898. 3:132-44) 9 2 9-3 76 

From the records of the 1st church (located in South Lyme), 1731-99. This 
church is in the present town of Old Lyme. 

Chapman, F: W: Births, marriages and deaths in Lyme, Ct. (see 
New England historical and genealogical register) 929.1 N422 
Oct. 1869, 23:425-29 Jan. 1878, 32:82-84 

Jan. 1870, 24:30-32 Oct. 1879, 33:43 8 -39 

Ap. 1877, 31:211-12 Jan. 1880, 34:37-41 

Jeffries, W. L. Taxes under Gov. Andros; an account of the 
lystable estates in the tovvne of Lyme. (see New England historical 
and genealogical register, Oct. 1880, 34 : 37 1-82) 929.1 N422 

Lamb, Mrs M. J. R. (Nash). Lyme; a chapter of American gene- 
alogy, (see Harper's magazine, Feb. 1866, 52 : 313-28) 051 [23 

Salisbury, E: E. & Salisbury, Mrs Eveline (McCurdy). Intro- 
ductory notes on Lyme, Old Lyme. (see their Family histories and 
genealogies. 1892. i : pref. 13-37) 929.1 qSa3 



Montville. Incorporated ij86 from New London 

Bailey, F: W: Montville, New London county, (see his Early Con- 
necticut marriages. 1896. 1:69-70) 9 2 9-3 76 
From the records of the 1st congregational church of Oakdale (formerly 
North district of New London), 1721-38. 

Baker, H: A. The first iron works in Connecticut, (see Putnam's 
monthly historical magazine, June 1895, 5: 181-82). 929.1 qSa3i 
At the Old forge in the present town of Montville. 

History of Montville, Ct. formerly the north parish of New 

London, from 1640 to 1896, with genealogies. 7 2 7P- Hart- 
ford 1896. 929.1 617 
Genealogies, 'p. 99-602. 

Montville. (see Kurd, D. H. History of New London county. 

1882. p. 565-95) 974-65 



22O NKW YOKK STATI. UMKARY 

N,-^ I...,, Baker, H: A. Lord ol baptisms and marriages by Rev. Rozel 

Ion <. 



New LrfMni'.i. Cook, ;<! pAStOl "I tin- :'! < Imrcli in the north parish of N'ew Lon- 

don (now Monlville) ( X from 1784101798. (see Magazine of New 
I'.iij-J and In '.lory, July -Oct. 1891, i : 186 89,213-15) 929 M27 

l<< -<oid:; ol UK- ;-d church in the north parish of New London 
(now Mpntville) Ct. from 1722 to 1740. (see Ma^i/ine of New 
Knj'Jand hi i-,lory, Jan. i 8<; i , 1:42-50) 929 M27 

New London. ScHlrtf 1^46; named 1 65 8 

Allyn, Charles, (iiolon heigfai < nlcnnial ; a report of the- iiK-inon.il 
sei YH e<,, Sep. o and 7, in New London and on ( \\ olon hci^hls in 
honoi o| ilien braVC defenders, Sep. o, 17,81. (sec Harris, \V : W. 

L.aiiie oi Grototi heights, 188.?. p. .301 94) ( >73-3377 "'i 

BaCOn, E: W. New London ;ind lln- war ol i8r2; ;id dress Nov. 24, 
1879. (sec New London county historical society. Records and 

papei [890. v. i, pt i, p. 94-109) >7i- n s ^423 

Bailey, F: W: New London, \Cw London county. (.\w ///.v l',.iil\ 

( 'oiinc< lit nl ni.ii i i.i;' . , :;,^,. : y ,, -,,. . ( 'y(, 

I'Kiin lh< rcronlH ol' MIC \l roii^rr;-;! I 1011:1 1 r.liiirch, 1)!7 1HOO. 

Blake, S. L. Gurdon Sftltonstall, scholar, preacher, itatesman; <> 

ii p.i tor of the ist ohiirch ol Chrilt, New London; 10 years 

govcinoi ol ( 'onncf IK ill (set New London (onnl\ ln.-.ioi ic.d 

S0< iel v Kei old:, ;ind p.ipci', I ''.<, | V. I, |)l 5, p. I ! 

974,65 N423 
- 250111 anniversary of the settlement of New Lund^m, M.IY _, and 

6,1896. (see. New London loiiiily hi', I ..... al Society ReCOfdS 
and papers, 1897. 2 : 185 327) 

Boyd r S New London due. I.. i \, 1878-79. Nr\\ London iSyS. 

917.465 N.JJI 

Bradstreet, Simon. I5radstreet's joiun.'d, io(,| \<\\ I 

land In:, I ..... al and gencttlogii al fCglstl r, Oct. 3 , ; ;) 

M ) i N.j 

I' 1 ,. I \../<s ,i II,, joxnial ,,l /,', r. -V/ , lli.nl.h,,!. Ililil Sit. l,\ !'. M. 

C.nilKillM, MIT \r> Kill/I, I Htl lltl,llH-'H'lll ll,l </< IIKll,' ,/(,,(/ /,,//./<(. .l.ill 

D:7H-7, 929.1 N4aa v. 9. 

I'.iad.'.lK !':, join nal. i(.(.| M ;. (wv New I 1 1 1 v.la nd In:. I oi i< al a ml 

,. .I|O:M, al register, |an. [855, |.; ', i ) -i !) i N.| .' -' 

K.-|.MII!CI| >n :irn.iiu|. .-I , ..... HI I h. I ..... HI . -,.|.\ 



CONNECTICUT LOCAL HISTORY JJl 

Caulkins, P.M. Ancient Initial mound at New London, Ct. (M* 

New England historical and genealogical register, Jan. 1857, N ewLonou 
ii : 21-30) 9 a 9'! N422 

ropu-s many iiisrripl ions. 

- History of New London, Ct. from the ist survey of the coast in 
1612 to 1852. 6?9P< New London 1852. 974>6$ N42 

- History of New London, Ct. from the ist survey of the coast in 
1612 to 1860; with memoir of the author. 696p. New Lon- 
don iS,,5. 974 6 5 ^422 

I'oems on local scenes and incidents, (see New London county 
histOli > \. Ueeords ami papers. iSi>o. \ . i, pt I, p. 37- 

974.65 N42 3 

Chew, J. L. Account ot tin- oKl houses of New l.omlon. (SK New 
I omlon eonniy historical society. Records and papers. 1893. 
* '. i" 4, P. 7S-9 6 ) 974^5 N 4*3 

- Famous old taverns of New London; and, Fact and reminis- 
cence, (see New London county historical society. Records and 
papers. 1895. 2:69-100) 974-6$ N423 

Drake, S: A. New 1 ondon and Nonvuh. ^-<r ///V Nooks and cor- 
ners of the Ne\N 1- 'nj-Jaml eoast 1X75. p. 420-40) 917. | 1)78 

Field, T: P. Discourse delivered on the aooth annuetsau ot tl\e 
tst rhnu h oi Christ in \i-\\ l.oiulon.Oel u)th. 1870, with oilier 
a.Mressrs on that oe-.ision aiul some aeeount of the Celebration. 

New London 1870. s ; i" \ 

Harris, W: W. Hattle of llroton '. a rolleetion ol naira 

lixes. ollieial repOTtS, ivvouls, etc. of tile .slonuinj; ot Toil liiiMvoKl 
aiul llu- Uiiiun:', ol \e\\ 1 omlon. i -^p. \,-\\ I oiuion |8fO 

973-3377 u i 1 

Kattle Of GrOtOn heij'Jit.s ; ,\ rolK-rtion ol nanativrs, otlieial 

reports, records, etc. of the siouninj; oi l ; ort CiiswoKI, the massacre 
of its garriaoiitnd the burning o i \e\\ i omion. md enlarged 

l>y Charles Allyn, ,v))p- New London* 1 88l, >7.v3377 H*i 
UOVIO\VM> iii !' I'-J, 071 qNai v.34. 

Holloway, C..M. \ilauj-htei oi purita Connecticut quarterly, 

!,,. .S,,;. 3 .; 18) 974-<' q ( 

SK.-U-li ol Nr\\ I..MUI.MI. 



222 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

Newton- Holloway, C.. M. Historic New London, (see New England maga- 
New^ondon zin e, Dec. 1886, 5 : 119-40) 051 B 34 

The old whaling port, (see Connecticut quarterly, Ap. 1897, 

3:206-21) 974-6 qCy6 

McEwen, Abel. Half-century sermon on some changes which have 
occurred in the ist congregational society in New London, in this 
city and in the county to which it pertains; delivered Jan. 27, 1857. 
29p. New London 1857. 285.8746 ^4.29 

New London Selectmen. Orders drawn by the selectmen of New 
London, Jan. 18, i764-Aug. 3, 1766. (see New London county his- 
torical society. Records and papers. 1894. v.i, pt 5, p. 29-42) 

974.65 N423 

New London city directory for 1855-58. New London 1855-57. 

917.465 N42 
Published by Starr & Co. 

New London directory 1887, '90, '93, '95-96 with directory of 
adjacent towns. New London 1887-96. 917.465 N42 

Volumes for 1887 and '90 title reads fVhittlesey's New London directory ; vol- 
umes for 1893-96 numbered v.4, 6-7. 
Other towns included: Waterford, East Lyme, Montville, Groton. 

New London, First church of Christ. Manual. 24p. n. p. 
1880. 285.8746 N428 

Palmer, H:R. New London, Ct. (see New England magazine, May 
1896, ser. 3, 14: 291-310) 051 634 v.2o 

Perkins, N. S. New London society for trade and commerce, (see 
New London county historical society. Records and papers. 
1896. 2:145-52) 974-65 N42 3 

Star.' 1 :, Benjamin. Historical sketch of the schools of New London, 
1645-1895. (see New London county historical society. Records 
and papers. 1896. 2:113-44) 974.65 N423 

Starr, W: H. Centennial historical sketch of the town of New London. 
96p. New London 1876. 974-65 N42i 

Todd, C: B. An old New England sea-port, (see Lippincott's maga- 
zine, Jan. 1881, 27 : 17-27) 051 L66 

Wheeler, R: A. First organized church in New London county; an 
historical study. (see New London county historical society. 
Papers and records. 1891. v.i,pt3, p-9-25) 974-65 

1st churches of New London, Norwich and Stoniugton. 



CONNECTICUT LOCAL HISTORY 223 

Williams. C. A. Early whaling industry of New London, (see New New Lo1 

* don co. 

London county historical society. Records and papers. 1895. Norwich 
2 : 1-22) 974-65 N423 

North Stonington. Incorporated 1 807 from Stonington 

9 

Palmer, A. G. Discourse delivered at the looth anniversary of the 
organization of the ist baptist church in North Stonington, Sep. 
2oth, 1843, with an appendix. y2p. Bost. 1844. 286.1746 N8i 

Norwich. Settled 1660 

Bacon, L. W\ Norwich, Ct. (see New England magazine, Oct. 1896, 
ser. 3, 15:161-81) 051 634 v.2i 

Bailey, F: W: Norwich-Franklin, New London county, (see his 
Early Connecticut marriages. 1899. 4:77-86) 9 2 9-3 76 

From the records of the congregational society of Franklin, 1719-99. This 
society was organized 1718 as tlie West Farms church of Norwich. 

Bond, Alvan. Historical discourses delivered at the looth anniversary 
of the organization of the 2d congregational church, Norwich, Ct. 
July 24, 1860, with an appendix. 64p. Norwich 1860. 

285.8746 N83i 

Caulkins, F. M. History of Norwich, Ct. from its ist settlement in 
1660 to Jan. 1845. 359P- Norwich 1845. 974-65 N83 

Families of the 1st settlers, p. 84-123. 

History of Norwich, Ct. from its possession by the Indians to 

the year 1866. 7Q4p. n. p. 1866. 974-^5 N83i 

Brief memorials of the proprietors and their descendants, p. 140-221. 

Clark, E. F. Methodist episcopal churches of Norwich, Ct. 27op. 
Norwich 1867. 287.6746 N83 

Dana, M. M. Norwich memorial; the annals of Norwich, New 
London county, Ct. in the great rebellion of 1861-65. 394P- 
Norwich 1873. 974- 6 5 N835 

Our brave boys; a memorial discourse delivered in the 2d con- 
gregational church, Norwich, Ct. Dec. 10, 1865. 58p. Nor- 
wich 1866. 9 2 3-57 Dl 9 
Includes list of all soldiers from the congregation in the civil war. 

Drake, S: A. New London and Norwich, (see his Nooks and 
corners of the New England coast. 1875. p. 420-40) 917.4 



224 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

First settlement of Norwich, Ct. (see New England historical and 

don co. 

Norwich genealogical register, Oct. 1847, i : 314-1?) 929.1 N422 

Oilman, D. C. Historical discourse delivered in' Norwich, Ct. Sep. 7, 
1859, at the bicentennial celebration of the settlement of the town. 
(see Norwich. Norwich jubilee. 1859. p.49-ii2) 974.65 N833 

Oilman, E: "W. Miss Caulkin's history of Norwich, (see Congrega- 
tional quarterly, Oct. 1866, 8:336-40) 205 0762 

Gulliver, J: P. Sketch of the Broadway church, Norwich, Ct. (see 
Congregational quarterly, July 1859, i : 300-8) 205 0762 

Hyde, B. W. Reminiscences of Bean Hill, Norwich, (see Connecticut 
quarterly, July-Oct. 1897, 3:294-305, 441-5 1 ) 974-6 qC76 

Inscriptions from the burying-ground in Norwich, Ct. (see New 
England historical and genealogical register, Oct. 1848, 2:404-7) 

929.1 N422 

Lord, Benjamin. Jubilee; an half-century discourse in two parts on 
occasion of the completion of 50 years since the author's ordination, 
delivered at Norwich, on the Lord's day, Nov. 29th, 1767. 56p. 
New London 1768. 285.8746 N83 

Morgan, W: F. anon. Centenary discourse delivered in Christ 
church, Norwich, Ap. 22, 1849. 2op. Norwich 1849. 

283.746 N8 3 i 

Northrup, C: A. First church of Norwich, organized from this church 
in 1660. (see Old Saybrook, First church of Christ. Celebration 
of the 2 5oth anniversary. 1896. p. 88-97) 285.8746 Oli 

Norwich. Norwich jubilee; a report of the celebration at Norwich, 
Ct. on the 2ooth anniversary of the settlement of the town, Sep. 7th 
and 8th, 1859; with an appendix containing historical documents 
of local interest compiled by J: W. Stedman. 304p. Norwich 
1859. 974.65 N833 

Contents : Historical discourse, D. C. Gilman, p. 49-112. 
Discourse, Alfred Lee, p. 116-38. 

Address on the life and times of Maj. John Mason, J: A. 
Rockwell, p. 148-73. 
Address, D. G. Mitchell, p. 175-86. 

Response to toast: The first child born in Norwich, R. H. Wai- 
worth, p. 198-213. 

Abstract of sermons by H. P. Arms, B: H. Paddock, J: P. Gulliver, 
Benjamin Whittemore and J. T. Walden, p. 251-264h. 



CONNECTICUT LOCAL HISTORY 225 

Norwich board of trade. Norwich, Ct. its importance as a business New 
and manufacturing centre and as a place of residence ; a brief 
review of its past and present, nip. Norwich 1888. 917.465 qN83 

Norwich city directory, 1857, '60, '65-66, '68, '76, '86, '90-91, '93, 
'95-96. v. i, 3, 5-6, 8, 16, 26, 28, 30-31, 33, 35-36. Norwich 
1857-96. 9J7-465 N8 3 

1857 includes Norwich town, Bean Hill, Yantic and Greenville, and part 

of Preston. 

1857-60 compiled by W: H. Boyd. 
1865-96 have title Stedman's directory of Norwich and that part of Preston 

adjoining. 
1888-date give names of adults deceased in previous year. 

Perkins, M.. E.. Old houses of the antient town of Norwich, 

1660-1800, with maps, illustrations, portraits and genealogies. 

62ip. Norwich 1895. 974-65 N834 
Genealogies, p. 405-600. 

Strong, Joseph. Sermons preached Mar. 23, A. D. 1828 on the 
completion of the 5oth year of the author's ministry. 26p. 
Norwich 1828. 040 P .1919 

Walden, Treadwell. The "Rose of New England." (see Apple- 
ton's journal, July 1878, new ser. 5 : 1-13) 051 qAp5 v.2o 

Wlieeler, R : A. First organized church in New London county, an 
historical study, (see New London colony historical society. 
Papers and records. 1891. v.i, pt 3, p. 9-25) 974.65 N423 

Churches in New London, Norwich and Stoniugton. 

Old Lyme. Incorporated 1855 from Lyme 

Old Lyme, First congregational church. Manual. 31?. 
Lyme 1896. 285.8746 Oli2 

A complete record of church members so far as known, p. 15-31. 

Salisbury, E : E. & Salisbury, Mrs Eveline (McCurdy). Intro- 
ductory notes on Lyme, Old Lyme. (see their Family histories and 
genealogies. 1892. i : pref. 13-37) 929 .1 qSa3 

Shirley, Arthur. Discourse delivered on the 2ooth anniversary of the 

organization of the Old Lyme 'congregational church; 1693-1893. 

i7p. Lyme 1893. 285.8746 Oln 

First church of Old Lyme, organized from this church in 1793. 
(see Old Saybrook, First church of Christ. Celebration of the 25oth 
anniversary. 1896. p. 105-9) 285.8746 Oli 



226 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

New Lon- Preston. Named 1687 

don. co. 

Preston Bailey, F: W: Preston-Griswold, New London county, (see his Early 

Connecticut marriages. 1899. 4 : 32-57) 9 2 9-3 76 

From the records of the 2d church in Preston, 1720-99. 

Browning, A. A. Preston separate church, (see New London county 
historical society. Records and papers. 1896. 2 : 153-70) 

974.65 N42 3 

Palmer, Frank. Church records of Preston, Ct. (see New England 
historical and genealogical register, Jan. 1891, 45 : 24-27) 

929.1 N422 
Marriages by Paul Park, pastor of the congregational church, 1774-1801. 

- Preston, Ct. records of births, marriages and deaths. (see 
Putnam's historical magazine ser. 2, v. 6-7) 929.1 qSa3i .8-9 
Feb. 1898, 8:42-44 June 1898, 8:198-201 

Mar. " 8:94-96 Nov. " 8:299-302 

Ap. " 8:134-36 Jan. 1899, 9:10-16 

May " 8:169-72 

Salem. Incorporated 1819 from Colchester, Lyme and Montville 
Gallup, A. O. Salem, (see Kurd, D. H. History of New London 
county. 1882. p. 604-10) 974-^5 qH93 

Sprague. Incorporated 1 86 I from Lisbon and Franklin 

Stonington. Incorporated 1658 by Massachusetts ' 

Bailey, F: W: North Stonington, New London county, (see his Early 
Connecticut marriages. 1896. i : 53-63) 9 2 9-3 C76. 

From the records of 2d church of Stonington, 1733-81. 

Champlin, J. D. jr. Ancient burial ground at Stonington, Ct. 
(see New England historical and genealogical register, Jan. 1859. 

13:23-29) 929.1 N422 

Wickutequock burial ground; inscriptions with genealogic notes. 
Defence of Stonington (Ct.) against a British squadron Aug. 9th to i2th, 
1814. 54p. Hartford 1864. 973-5 2 3 6 T 77 

Gordon, G: A. A contribution to the early history of Stonington, Ct. 
(see New England historical and genealogical register, Oct. 1893. 

47:459-60^ 929.1 N422 

Palmer, H: R. Stonington, Ct. (see New England magazine, Ap. 
1899, ser. 3, 20: 225-44) 051 634 v.26 




CONNECTICUT LOCAL HISTORY 227 

Reference lists; bombardment of Stonington, Aug. gth to i2th, 1814. 
(see Westerly (R. I.) _ Public library. Monthly bulletin, July 1897, 
v.2, no.9, p. 5-6) 018.1 W52i 

Stanton, Mrs H. A. Aged residents of Stonington, Ct. 1893. (see 
New England historical and genealogical register, July 1894, 
48:322) 9 2 9- r N422 

Stonington, First congregational church. History, 1674-1874, 
with the report of bicentennial proceedings, June 3, 1874, with 
appendix containing statistics of the church by R: A. 'Wheeler. 
3oop. Norwich 1875. 285.8746 Sty 

Contents : Historical address, R: A, Wheeler, p,26-106. 

Statistics of the church : admissions, baptisms and marriages, 
p. 189-288. 

Biographic sketches of some of the early settlers of Stonington, 
p,289-300, 

- Manual, 1674-1895. 22p. Bost. 1895. 285 8746 



Westerly directory, containing a general and business directory and 
street directory of Westerly and Pawcotuck, 1884-92. Provi- 
dence R. I. 1883-91. 917.459 W52 

Published biennially by Sampson, Murdock & Co. 

Wheeler, R: A. First organized church in New London county ; an 
historical study. (see New London county historical society. 
Papers and records. 1891. v.i, pt 3, p.g-25) 974- 6 5 ^423 

Churches at New London, Norwich and Stouington. 

- Land in Stonington, Ct. sold for the use of the Pequot Indians, 
1683. (see Magazine of New England history, Ap. 1892, 
2:128-33) 929 M27 

- Stonington. (see Hurd, D. H. History of New London county. 
1882. p.6i2-72 9 ) 974.65 qH 93 

Wilbur, W:A. Mystic. (see Connecticut magazine, Aug. 1899. 
5:399-419) 974.6 qC76 

Voluntown. Named 1708 

Bailey, F: W: Voluntown, New London county, (see his Early 
Connecticut marriages. 1898. 3:124-32) 929.3 C76 

From the records of the congregational church, 1729-1800. 

Waterford. Incorporated 1 80 1 from New London 



228 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

WindHam co. WINDHAM COUNTY. Organized 1726 

Bayles, R: M. History of Windham county, Ct. i204p. N. Y. 

1889. 974.64 

Larned, E. D. Historic gleanings in Windham county, Ct. 

Providence R. I. 1899. 974.64 1,321 

History of Windham county, Ct. 2v. Worcester Mass. 
1874-80. 9^4 64 L32 

- Windham county. (see Howard, R. H. & Crocker, H : E. 
History of New England. 1881. 1:387-98) 974 



Learned, R. C. Congregational churches and ministers in Windham 
county, Ct. (see Congregational quarterly) 205 C762 

July-Oct. 1859, 1:264-70, 350-57 
Jan.-Oct. 1860, 2:25-28, 178-86, 289-93, 376-79 
Jan.-Oct. 1861, 3: 13-18, 154-57, 259-69, 349-56 

Ashlford. Named 1710 

Bailey, F: W: Ashford, Windham county, (see his Early Connecticut 
marriages. 1896. i : 29-34) 929.3 C76 

From the records of the congregational church, 1719-22, 1769-99. 

Brooklyn. Incorporated 1786 from Pomfret and Canterbury 
Bailey, F: W: Brooklyn, Windham county, (see his Early Connecticut 
marriages. 1896. i : 34-44) 9 2 9-3 76 

From the records of the congregational church, 1737-99. 

Coleman, W^: H. The church in the grove; records of an episcopal 
parish during the revolution, (see New England magazine, Nov. 

1892, ser. 3, 7 : 344-5) OS 1 34 ^.13 

Brooklyn, Ct. 

Foggj T: B. Memorial sermon delivered in Old Trinity church, 
Brooklyn, Ct. on the icoth anniversary of its opening, Ap. 12, 1871. 
48p. Hartford 1871. 283.746 679 

Wliitney, Josiah. Half-century sermon occasioned by the comple- 
tion of 50 years from the time of the author's ordination and deliv- 
ered on Lord's day Feb. 2, 1806. 2op. Windham 1806. 

285.8746 679 

Canterbury. Incorporated 1703 from Plainfield 

Bailey, F: "W: Canterbury, Windham county, (see his Early Connec- 
ticut marriages. 1896. 2:120-26) 9 2 9-3 76 

From the records of the congregational church, 1712-71. 



CONNECTICUT LOCAL HISTORY 229 

Olmstead, Mrs M. v Canterbury, Ct. records, (see Putnam's monthly windham co. 
historical magazine, Feb.; 1893, ser. 2, i : 272-74) 929.1 qSa3i v.3 P 
Marriages, 1706-1813. 

Chaplin. Incorporated 1822 from Mansfield and Hampton 
Eastf ord. Incorporated 1847 from Ashford 

Hampton. Incorporated 1786 from Windham^ Pomfret, Brooklyn, 

Canterbury and Mansfield 

Bailey, F: W: Windham-Hampton, Windham county, (see his Early 

Connecticut marriages. 1899. 4:69-76) 9 2 9-3 76 

From the records of the congregational church in Hampton, 1734-89. 

This church was organized in 1723 and known as the church in Windham 

village or Canada Society church. 

Clark, Jonathan. Congregational church and its pastors in Hampton, 
Ct. (see New England historical and genealogical register, Ap. 1859, 

13:169-70) . 929.1 N422 

Killingly. Incorporated 1708 
Directory of Putnam and Danielsonville, Ct. for 1885. Alb. n.d. 

917.464 PgS 

Larned, E. D. Killingly, Ct. church records, (see Putnam's monthly 
historical magazine) 929.1 qSa3i 

June 1895, 5:224-27 Aug. 1896, 6:207-8 

Sep. " 5:259-60 Mar. 1897, 7:74-78 

Oct. 5:295-96 Oct. " 7^74-78 

Jan. 1896, 6:26-67 Feb. 1899, 9:72-76 
Mar. " 6:77-80 

Three Killingly boys, (see Connecticut quarterly, Ap. 1897, 

3:221-26) 974.6 qC76 

Plainfield. Incorporated 1699 

Bailey, F: W: Plainfield, Windham county, (see his Early Connec- 
ticut marriages. 1896. 2 : 66-72) 9 2 9-3 76 
From the records of the 1st congregational church, 1748-1800. 

Connecticut General court. Patent of Plainfield, 1706. (see Massa- 
chusetts historical society. Collections. 1889. ser. 6, 3:313-16) 

974.4 M 3 8 v.53 

Morse, Abner. Early settlers of Plainfield, Ct. (see New England 
historical and genealogical register, Jan. 1861, 15 : 53) 929.1 N422 



230 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

Pomf ret. Named 1713 

Bailey, F: W: Pomfret, Windham county, (see his Early Connec- 
ticut marriages. 1896. i : 76-82) 9 2 9-3 76 
From the records of the 2d church, Abington, 1753-99. 

Deaths recorded on records of congregational church, Abington, in 
Pomfret, Ct. (see Connecticut quarterly) 974-6 qC76 

July 1897, 3:354 Mar. 1899, 5:188 

Oct. 3:482-83 Ap. 5.246-47 

Jan. 1898, 4:113-14 Aug. " 5:440-42 

July " 4:329-30 
1783-1823. 

Hunt, Daniel. History of Pomfret; a discourse delivered on the day 
of annual thanksgiving in the ist church in Pomfret, Nov. i9th, 
1840. 35p. Hartford 1841. 974-64 P77 

Pomfret, First church of Christ. i5oth anniversary of the organi- 
zation of the ist church of Christ in Pomfret, Ct. Oct. 26, 1865; 
sermon, historical papers, addresses, with appendix. g6p. Daniel- 
sonville 1866. 285.8746 P77 

Contents : Sermon, W. S. Alexander, p. 5-20. 

Pastors of the church, Daniel Hunt, p. 21-35. 

Meeting houses of the society, Daniel Hunt, p. 36-49. 

Steps of progress, Daniel Hunt, p. 50-62. 

Sketch of the general history of Pomfret, Daniel Hunt, p. 87-95. 

Porter, J: A. Picturesque Pomfret. (see Connecticut quarterly, Jan. 
1896,2:3-24) 974.6 qC76 

Smith, H: B. Historical discourse delivered in Abington, Jan. 30, 
1853 at the close of the ist century of Abington church and society ; 
with an appendix. 36p. Hartford 1853. 285.8746 Ab5 

T, H. C. From Pomfret, Ct. celebration of the isoth anniversary -of 
the ist church organization, (see Fire Lands pioneer, 1866, 7 : 101-4) 

977.1 FSI 

Putnam. Incorporated 1855 from Thompson, Pomfret and Killingly 
Directory of Putnam and Danielsonville, Ct. for 1885. Alb. n.d. 

917.464 P98 

Scotland. Incorporated 1857 from Windham 

Bailey, F: W: Scotland, Windham county, (see his Early Connec- 
ticut marriages. 1898. 3:43-51) 9 2 9-3 ^76 
From the records of the 3d church of Windham, now the congregational 
church in Scotland, 1735-1800. 



CONNECTICUT LOCAL HISTORY 23! 

Sterling. Incorporated 1794 from Voluntown windimm co. 

Windham 

Thompson. Incorporated 1785 from Killingly 

Bailey, F: "W: Thompson, Windham county, (see his Early Connec- 
ticut marriages. 1896. 2 : 50-65) 9 2 9-3 Cy6 

From the records of the North society of Killingly, later congregational 
church of Thompson, 1730-95. 

Dow, Daniel. Reminiscence of past events ; a semicentennial sermon 
preached in Thompson, Ct. Ap. 22, 1846; with an appendix. 3zp. 
New Haven 1846. 285.8746 T37 

Dunning, A. Historical discourse preached in Thompson, Ct. Feb. 
1855. 62p. Worcester Mass. 1855. 285.8746 T37i 

A sermon preached in Thompson Ct. at the dedication of the new congre- 
gational church, July 8, 1856. 

Windham. Incorporated 1692 

Bailey, F: W: Windham-Hampton, Windham county, (see his Early 

Connecticut marriages. 1899. 4:69-76) 9 2 9-3 76 

From the records of the congregational church in Hampton, 1734-89. This 

church was organized in 1723 and known as the church in Windbam village 

or Canada Society church. 

Fuller, J. G. Anecdote and local story of old Windham. (see Bayles, 
R: M. History of Windham county, Ct. 1889. p. 205-51) 

974.64 qB34 

Tyler, J: E. Historical discourse before the ist church and society 
of Windham, Ct. Dec. roth, 1850, being the i5oth anniversary of 
the formation of the church. 35p. Hartford 1851. 285.8746 W72 

Waterman, Elijah. Century sermon, preached before the ist church 
in Windham, Dec. 10, A.D. 1880, in commemoration of its institu- 
tion, Dec. 10, A.D. 1700; containing historical facts relating to its 
settlement and progress, 42p. Windham 1801. 285.8746 



Weaver, W: L. History of ancient Windham, Ct. genealogy. pt i. 
Willimantic 1864. 929.1 W37 

A-Bil, pt 1. 

Willimantic borough directory, 1877. Hartford 1877. 917.464 W67 
Published by A, Brainerd. 

Willimantic directory for 1880-82, '87-89. Alb. 1880-88. 917.464 W67 
Published by R. S. Dillon & Co. 



232 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

wimiimm co. Willimantic directory including Windham, Colchester and Coventry, 
1893/96. v-3, 5. New Haven 1893-96. 917.464 W67 

Published by Price, Lee & Co. v.5 does not include Colchester, 

Windham. Memorial volume of the bicentennial celebration of the 
town of Windham, Ct. as held in the year 1892. i66p. Hart- 
ford 1893. 974-64 W72 
Contents : Windham's 1st century, T : S. Weaver, p. 20-38. 

Windham's 2d century, A. B. Liucoln, p. 39-41. 

Willimantic in 1850, A. B. Lincoln, p. 129-41. 

Windham, Congregational church. Manual, 1894. g2p. Hart- 
ford 1894. 285.8746 W723 

Woodstock. Incorporated 1690; annexed to Connecticut 

from Massachusetts 1749 

Ammidown, Holmes. Woodstock, (see his Historical collections. 
1874. 1:257-403) 974-43 Am6 

Bailey, .F: W: Woodstock, Windham county, (see his Early Connec- 
ticut marriages. 1896. i : 104-14) 9 2 9-3 76 
From the records of the 1st congregational church, 1690-1780. 

Bowen, C. W. Woodstock; an historical sketch. 64p. N. Y. 
1886. 974.64 W86 

Head at the bicentennial celebration of the town, Sep. 7, 1886. 

Grosvenor, Louis. History of the ist congregational church and 
society of Woodstock, Ct. a thanksgiving discourse, Nov. 24th, 1859. 
28p. Worcester 1860. 285.8746 W86 

Mason, Samuel. Expedition from New London to Woodstock, 
Ct. (see Massachusetts historical society. Proceedings. 1867. 
9:473-78) 974.4 qM38 

Morse, Abner. Origin of Woodstock, Ct. and names of ist planters. 
(see New England historical and genealogical register, July 1864, 
18:227-28) 929.1 N T 422 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY. Incorporated 1785 

Bacon, A. W. Bench and bar of Middlesex county, (see History of 
Middlesex county. 1884. p. 31-36) 974.66 qH62 

Emmette, Thomas. Middlesex county, (see Howard, R. H. & 
Crocker, H: E. History of New England. 1881. i : 342-54) 

974 qH8 3 



CONNECTICUT LOCAL HISTORY 233 

Field, D:D. Statistical account of the county of Middlesex in Con- Middlesex co. 

necticut. i52p! Middletown 1819. 974.66 F45 



History of Middlesex county, Ct. with biographical sketches. 579P- 
N. Y. 1884. 974.66 qH6 2 

Mathewson, R. W. Medical profession in Middlesex county, (see 
History of Middlesex county. 1884. p. 18-30) 974.66 H62 
. 

Chatham. Incorporated 1767 from Middletown 

Bailey, F:W: Chatham, Middlesex county, (see his Early Connecticut 
marriages. 1898. 3 : 74-84) 9 2 9-3 C76 

From the records of the 2d congregational church of Chatham located at 
Middle Haddam, 1740-99. 

-- Chatham-Portland, Middlesex county, (see his Early Connecticut 
marriages. 1899. 4:96-103) 9 2 9-3 C76 

From the records of the 1st congregational church, 1767-98. The old church 
at Gildersleeve is now in Portland territory. 

East Hampton, Congregational church. 1501)1 anniversary, 1748- 
1898, Nov. 30, 1898. i5op. Middletown 1900. 285.8746 Ea7ii 

Field, D: D. Centennial address with historical sketches of Cromwell* 
Portland, Chatham, Middle-Haddam, Middletown and its parishes. 
295p. Middletown 1853. 974.66 M$8 

Ives, J. S. Historical sermon of the ist church, East Hampton, Ct. 
July 9th, 1876. i8p. Middletown ^76. 285.8746 Ea7 

Loomis, I. F. Town of Chatham, (see Connecticut magazine, June- 
July 1860, 5 : 303-19, 370-81) 974-6 qC76 

East Hampton, p. 303-19; Middle Haddam, p. 370-81. 

Roberts, M. L. Town of Chatham, (see History of Middlesex 
county. 1884. p. 174-217) 974.66 qH62 

The early settlers and their descendants, p. 198-217. 

Chester. Incorporated 1836 from Say brook 

Chester, Congregational church. Historical sketch of the congre- 
gational church of Chester, Ct. from its organization, Sep. 15, 1742 
to Sep. 15, 1892. 28p. Hartford 1892. 285.8746 C42 

Contents: Historical address, A. S. Chesebrougb, p. 3-23. 
Historical address, Alexander Hall, p. 24-28. 

Silliman, S : C. Town of Chester, (see History of Middlesex county. 
1884. p. 218-28) 974.66 qH62 



234 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

Middlesex co. Clinton. Incorporated 1838 from Killingworth 

Clinton 

Buell, W: H. Town of Clinton, (see History of Middlesex county. 
1884. p. 229-41) 974.66 qH62 

Clinton, Congregational church. 2ooth anniversary held in Clin- 
ton, Ct. Nov. 13. 1867. 54p. New Haven 1868. 285.8746 C6i 
Historical discourse, W: E. Brooks, p. 11-43. 

Cromwell. Incorporated 1851 from Middletown 

Dudley, M. S. History of Cromwell ; a sketch. 36p. Middle- 
town 1880. 974.66 C88 

Based on a centennial discourse delivered at Cromwell, July 16, 1876. 

- Town of Cromwell, (see History of Middlesex county. 1884. 
p. 242-62) 974.66 qH62 

Field, D: D. Centennial address with historical sketches of Cromwell, 
Portland, Chatham, Middle Haddam, Middletown and its parishes. 
Middletown 1853. 974.66 M58 



Durham. Incorporated 1708 

Congregational church iii Connecticut-New Haven east con- 
sociation. Manual, with historical sketches of churches and their 
pastors, 1709-1893. 39p. New Haven 1893. 285.8746 ^244 
Durham, p. 17-18. 

Fowler, W: C. History of Durham, Ct. from the ist grant of land in 

1662 to 1866. 444P- Hartford 1866. 974.66 093 

Contents: Eev. Nathaniel Channcey's record of baptisms 1711-55, p. 252-98. 

Rev. Elizur Goodrich's record of admissions, baptisms and mar- 

riages, 1756-83, p. 299-334. 

Rev. David Smith's record of admissions, 1799-1831, p. 334-39. 
Proprietors' record of births, marriages and deaths, 1706-30, 
p. 339-49. 

Town records of births, marriages and deaths, 1703-1860, 
p. 350-443; 

Sermon delivered at the dedication of the South congregational 
church in Durham, Ct. Dec. 29, 1847. 67p. Amherst 1848. 

285.8746 D 93 

Newton, H. G. Town of Durham, (see History of Middlesex county. 
1884. p. 263-81) 974.66 qH62 



CONNECTICUT LOCAL HISTORY 235 

East Haddam. Incorporated 1734 from Haddam Middlesex co. 

Bailey, F: W: East Haddam, Middlesex county, (see his Early Con- 
necticut marriages. 1896. i : 82-89) 929.3 Cy6 
From tbe Millington church records. 

Field, D: D. History of the towns of Haddam and East Haddam, 
Ct. 48p. Middletown 1814. 974.66 Hn 

Genealogies of early settlers, p. 43-48. 

N. Y. 1892. 974.66 HIII 

Reprint of edition of 1814. 

Johnson, E. E. & Niles, H. B. Town of East Haddam. (see His- 
tory of Middlesex county. 1884. p. 282-330) 974.66 qH62 

"Moodus noises"; or, Connecticut earthquakes. (^National maga- 
zine, Nov. 1853, 3 1416-20) 051 N2i 

Niles, H. B. Old chimney stacks of East Haddam, Middlesex county, 
Ct. 146?. N. Y. 1887. 974.66 Ea7 

Contains genealogies of some of the old families. 

Parsons, Isaac. A retrospect : two sermons preached on Lord's day, 
Oct. 24, 1841, on occasion of the close of the quarter of a century 
in his ministry, with an appendix. 32p. Hartford 141. 

285.8746 Ea72 
Preached before the 1st congregational church in East Haddam. 

Patterson, D. W. East Haddam records, (see New England his- 
torical and genealogical register) 929.1 N422 
July 1857, 11:273-78 Jan. 1858, 12:42-47 
Oct. " 11:311-14 Ap. 1859, 13:125-30 
Certified copies of all births, marriages and deaths from the 1st and 2d 
books of land records. 

Extracts from the proprietors' records of East Haddam, Ct. 

(see New England historical and genealogical register, Jan. 1859, 

13:19-20) 929.1 N422 

1688-1717. 

Essex. Incorporated 1854 from Old Say brook 

Bayles, R: M. Town of Essex, (see History of Middlesex county. 
1884. p. 331-67) 974.66 qH62 

Comstock, S: M. A river town, (see New England magazine, July 
1899, ser. 3, 20 : 555-67) 051 B34 v.26 

Essex, Ct. 



236 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

Middlesex co. Griswold. E. W. Church in Centerbrook, organized from this church 

Haddam 

in 1725. (see Old Saybrook, First church of Christ. Celebration 
of the 25oth anniversary. 1896. p. 116-20) 285.8746 Oh 

Haddam. Incorporated 1668 

Bailey, F: W: Haddam, Middlesex county, (see his Early Con- 
necticut marriages. 1896. 1:44-52) 9 2 9-3 76 

Bayles, R: M. Town of Haddam. (see History of Middlesex county. 
1884. p. 368-416) 974.66 qH62 

Haddam Neck, H: M. Selden, p. 393-406. 

Brainerd, E. W. Haddam since the revolution, (see Connecticut 
magazine, Dec. 1899, 5 : 591-604) 974-6 qC76 

Plantation of Thirty Mile island, (see Connecticut magazine, 

Nov. 1899, 5 : 543-S 2 ) 974-6 qC76 

Field, D: D. History of the towns of Haddam and East Haddam, 
Ct. 48p. Middletown 1814. 974.66 Hu 

Genealogies of early settlers, p. 43-48. 

N. Y. 1892. 974.66 HIII 

Reprinted from edition of 1814. 

Killingworth. Named 1667 

Bailey, F: W: Killingworth, Middlesex county, (see his Early Con- 
necticut marriages. 1898. 3:30-42) 9 2 9-3 76 
From the records of the 2d church, 1739-99. 

Buell, W: H. Town of Killingworth. (see History of Middlesex 
county. 1884. p. 417-34) 974.66 qH62 

Middlefield. Incorporated 1866 from Middletown 

Augur, P. M. Town of Middlefield. (see History of Middlesex 
county. 1884. p. 435-41) 974.66 qH62 

Middletown. Incorporated 1651 ; named 1653 

Bailey, F: W: Chatham, Middlesex county, (see his Early Con- 
necticut marriages. 1898. 3 : 74-84) 9 2 9-3 76 
From the records of the 2d congregational church, 1740-99. 

Cromwell, Middlesex county, (see his Early Connecticut mar- 
riages. 1896. 2:87-98) 9 2 9-3 C 7 6 
From the records of the 2d church of Middletown, 1738-1800. 



CONNECTICUT LOCAL HISTORY 237 

Bailey, F: W: Farmington-Berlin, Hartford county, (see his Early Middlesex co. 

o \ ^t ^ Middletown 

Connecticut marriages. 1899. 4:3-11) 9 2 9-3 Cyo 

The town of Berlin, was partly formed from Middletown: see note under 
Berlin, Hartford county. 

Brainerd, A. Middletown illustrated. 28p. Westchester, Ct. 
1877. 917.466 6734 

Chaffee, G. I. Middletown. (see Connecticut quarterly, Jan. 1897, 
.4:11-29) 974.6 qC76 

Derby, A. G. S. The Riverside cemetery; a sketch of the old burying- 
ground in Middletown. (see Connecticut quarterly, Oct. 1896, 
2:375-85) 974.6 qC76 

Copies many inscriptions. 

Field, D: D. Centennial address with historical sketches of Cromwell, 
Portland, Chatham, Middle Haddam, Middletown and its parishes. 
295p. Middletown 1853. 974.66 M58 

Hubbard, P. E. Epitaphs copied from the old burying ground on the 
bank of the river, Middletown, Ct. (see New England historical 
and genealogical register, Jan. 1857, n : 80-82) 929.1 N422 

Middletown and Meriden directory for 1870-71, '74-75. New 
Haven 1870-75. 917.466 M58 

Compiled by Fitzgerald & Dillon. 1870-71 title reads Middletoivn city 
directory, pub. in New Haven; 1874-75 pub, in Albany. 

Middletown and Portland directory for 1887-88, '89-90. New Haven 
1887-89. 917.466 Ms8 

Published by Price, Lee & Co. Includes records of deaths and marriages 
of previous year. 

Old graveyard at Middletown, Ct. (see New England historical and 
genealogical register, Jan. 1848, 2 : 70-75) 929.1 N422 

Copies a few inscriptions. 

Parsons, S: H. Epitaphs in the old burying-place, established in 
Middletown, Ct. A. D. 1650 upon the west bank on the Connecticut 
river, (see New England historical and genealogical register, Ap. 

1861,15:161-67) 929.1 N422 

Records of the births, marriages and deaths of the ist proprietors 

of lands in Middletown, Ct. (see New England historical and 
genealogical register, Jan.-Ap. 1860, 14:63-68,133-39)929.1 N422 
Copied from the records of Middletown, v.l. Includes list of householders 
and proprietors, Mar. 22, 1670. 



238 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

Middlesex co. Taylor, Jeremiah. First church, Middletown, Ct. (see Congrega- 

Old Saybrook . , _ 

tional quarterly, Oct. 1870, 12 : 539-44) 205 ^762 

Tyler, R. U. Inscriptions in an ancient burying ground, near Waro- 
mas station, town of Middletown. (see Connecticut quarterly, July 
1898,4:329) 974.6 qC76 

Whittemore, Henry. Town and city of Middletown. (see History 
of Middlesex county. 1884. p. 61-173) 974.66 qH62 

Old Saybrook. Incorporated 1852 from Saybrook 

Blague, E: P. Peace; Flag day at Old Saybrook, Friday, Aug. 16, 
1861. 22p. Springfield Mass. 1896. 973-7 1 1^57 

Old Saybrook, First church of Christ. Celebration of the 250111 
anniversary, Wednesday, July i, 1896; historical review r and ad- 
dresses. i32p. Middletown 1896. 285.8746 Oh 
Contents : History of the 1st church of Old Saybrook, A. S. Chesebrougb, 
p. 1-80. 

The founders, 1646, E: M. Chapman, p. 83-88. 
The 1st church of Norwich, organized from this church in 
1660, C: A . Northrop, p. 88-97. 

Connecticut emigration to Ohio and its results, A. S. Bushnell, 
p. 97-104. 

The 1st church of Old Lyme, organized from this church in 
1693, Arthur Shirley, p. 105-9. 
Yale university, Timothy Dwight, p. 109-15. 

The church in Centerbrook, organized from this church in 1725, 
E. W. Griswold, p. 116-2o! 

The 1st church, Westbrook, organized from this church in 
1726, G. F. Bailey, p. 120-24. 

Ministries of Eev. William Hart and Rev. F: W. Hotchkiss, 
J. R. Sheffield, p, 125-29. 

Tully, W: B. Town of Old Saybrook. (see History of Middlesex 
county. 1884. p. 442-92) 974.66 qH62 

Portland. Incorporated 1841 from Chatham 
Bayne, Mrs J. S. Town of Portland. (see History of Middlesex 



CONNECTICUT LOCAL HISTORY 239 

Saybrook. Settled 1635 Middlesex eo. 

Westbrook 

Bailey, F; W: Saybrook, Middlesex county, (see his Early Connec- 
ticut marriages. 1896. i : 89-94) 9 2 9-3 76 
From the records of the 3d church, now in Chester, 1759-99. 

Saybrook, Middlesex county, (see his Early Connecticut mar- 
riages. 1896. 2 : 113-20) 9 2 9-3 Cy6 
From the records of the 2d church, now town of Westbrook, 1726-99. 

Drake, S: A. Saybrook. (see his Nooks and corners of the New 
England coast. 1875. P- 44 r ~49) 9 J 7-4 ^78 

Hotchkiss, F: W: Retrospect on the ministry and church of Saybrook; 
a half century sermon preached Lord's day, Sep. 22, 1833. 23p. 
Hartford 1838. 285 8746 Sag 

Knouse, W^: H. Town of Saybrook. (see History of Middlesex county. 
1884. p. 537-61) 974.66 qH62 

Lady Fenwick. (see Historical magazine, Feb. 1871, ser. 2, 9: 151-56) 

973 H62 v.i9 

Reinterment of the remains of Lady Fenwick, at Saybrook, Nov. 23, 1870. 
Includes abstract or historical address by J. H. Trumbull. 

Nash, Sylvester. Records of Saybrook, Ct. (see New England his- 
torical and genealogical register, Jan.-Ap. 1850, 4: 19-22, 137-40; 
Ap. 1851, 5:247) 929.1 N422 

Earliest genealogic records of the town found in the 1st volume of the 
records of land and town transactions. 

Saybrook. Saybrook's quadrimillennial ; commemoration of the 2 5oth 
anniversary of the settlement of Saybrook, Nov. 27, 1885. 69p. 
Hartford 1886. 974.66 Sag 

Contents : History of the early settlement, Samuel Hart, p. 8-20. 

Yale college at Saybrook, Noah Porter, p. 21-27. 

The Saybrook platform, Llewellyn Pratt, p. 27-45. 

Saybrook in the revolution, J: E. Bushnell, p. 46-54. 

The divisions of the old colony, Salmon McCall, p. 54-59. 

Minister Buckingham and his family, S: G. Buckingham, p. 59-65. 

Westbrook. Incorporated 1840 from Saybrook 

Bailey, G. F. First church, Westbrook, organized from this church in 
1726. (see Old Saybrook, First church of Christ. Celebration of 
the 25oth anniversary. 1896. p. 120-24) 285.8746 Oh 

Pratt, J. A. Town of Westbrook. (see History of Middlesex county. 
1884. P-5^ 2 ~79) 974.66 qH62 



24O NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

New Haven NEW HAVEN COUNTY 

CO. 

Ansonia, Birmingham, Derby, Shelton and Seymour directory, 1888-91. 
v.6-8. New Haven 1880-90. 917.467 An8 

Published by Price, Lee & Co. Give marriages and deaths of previous year. 

Atwater, E: E. History of the colony of New Haven to its absorp- 
tion into Connecticut. 6np. New Haven 1881. 974.68 Aty 

Bacon, Leonard. Civil government in the New Haven colony, (see 
New Haven colony historical society. Papers. 1865. 1:11-27) 

974.67 N42 

Beers, Ellis & Soule, pub. Atlas of New Haven county, Ct. 58f. 

n. p. n. d. 912.7467 fB39 

Title page wanting. 

Bronson, Henry. Medical history and biography, (see New Haven 
colony historical society. Papers. 1877. 2 : 239-388) 974.67 N42 

Congregational church in Connecticut New Haven east con- 
sociation. Manual, with historical sketches of churches and their 
pastors, 1709-1893. 39p. New Haven 1893. 285.8746 N4244 

Dennen, S. R. & Dennen, C. R. New Haven county, (see How- 
ard, R H. & Crocker, H: E. History of New England. 1881. 
i:354-65) 974 qH8 3 

Hoadly, C: J. Records of the colony or jurisdiction of New Hav$n 
from May 1653 to the union together with the New Haven code of 
1656. 626p. Hartford 1858. 974-67 H65 

- Records of the colony and plantation of New Haven from 1638 
to 1649. 547P- Hartford 1857. 974.67 



Lambert, E: R. History of the colony of New Haven before and 
after the union with Connecticut containing a description of the 
towns which composed that government; viz. New Haven, Milford. 
Guilford, Stamford and Southold, L. I. 2i6p. New Haven 
1838. 974-67 Liy 

Leading business men of New Haven county, and a historical review 
of the principal cities. 27op. Bost., 1887. 917.467 1,46 

Issued by Mercantile publishing company, Boston. 



CONNECTICUT LOCAL HISTORY 24! 

Moore, J. B. Memoir of Theophilus Eaton, the ist governor of the New 
colony of New Haven, (see New York historical society. Collec- Branford 
tions. 1849. ser - 2 ? 2 : 4-67-93) 974-7 N422 v.y 

Naugatuck valley directory and business advertiser, containing the 
names of all independent male citizens of the following towns : 
Winchester, Torrington, Litchfield, Plymouth, Thomaston, Water- 
bury, Naugatuck, Beacon Falls, Seymour, Derby and Stratford. 
Hartford 1875. 917.461 N22 

Published by A. Brainerd. 

New Haven colony; early laws and history, (see Quarterly Christian 
spectator, Dec. 1830, 2 : 686-93) 205 Q2 

New Haven colony historical society. Papers. v.i-5. New 

Haven 1865-94. 974.67 N42 

New Haven county directory, 1872. Bost. 1871. 917.467 N42 

Steiner, B. C. Governor William Leete and the absorption of New 
Haven colony by Connecticut, (see American historical association. 
Annual report. 1892. 3:207-22) 973 Ani33 

White, Henry. New Haven colony, (see New Haven colony his- 
torical society. Papers. 1865. i : i-io) 974.67 N42 

Ansonia. Incorporated 1889 f rom Derby 

Orcutt, Samuel & Beardsley, Ambrose. Ansonia. (see their 
History of the old town of Derby, Ct. 1880. p. 413-41) 

974.67 



Beacon Falls. Incorporated 1871 from Bethany, Oxford, Seymour and 

Naugatuck 
Bethany. Incorporated 1832 from Woodbridge 

Branford. Settled 1644 under New Haven 

Bailey, F: W: Branford, New Haven county, (see his Early Con- 
necticut marriages. 1896. 2:99-113) 9 2 9'3 76 

From the records of the congregational church, 1651-1799. 

Baldwin, E. C. Branford annals, 1640-1800. (see New Haven 
colony historical society. Papers. 1882-1888. 3:249-70; 
4 : 299-329) 974.67 N42 

v.3 1640-1700. 
v.4 1700-1800. 



242 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

New Haven Branford, Congregational church. Manual of the congregational 
Cheshire church in Branford, Ct. June 1859. 48p. New Haven 

1859. 040 P V.2542 

Gillct, T. P. The past and the presentjin the secular and religious 
history of the congregational church and society of Branford ; 
a semicentennial discourse delivered July 7th, 1858. 32p. New 
Haven 1858. 285.8746 673 

Norton, F: E. A pastor of the church militant, (see Connecticut 
magazine, Sep. 1899, 5:468-71) 974-6 qC76 

Rev. Philemon Bobbins. 

Taintor, C: M. Early records of Brainford, now Branford, Ct. (see 
New England historical and genealogical register, Ap. 1849, 3 : 153- 

54) 



Cheshire. Incorporated 1780 from Wallingford 

Bailey, F: W: Cheshire, New Haven county, (see his Early Con- 
necticut marriages. 1898. 3:51-61) 9 2 9-3 76 

From the records of the congregational church, 1734-99. 

Beardsley, E. E. Historical sermon delivered in St Peter's church, 
Cheshire, July 28, 1839, it being the last Sunday on which divine 
service was performed in the old church. i6p. Hartford 1839. 

283.746 C42 
Cheshire. Cheshire's centennial celebration, Oct. 14, 1880. 6p 

040 P V.232O 

Mounted newspaper clipping from the Journal and courier, New Haven 
15 Oct. 1880. 

Davis, C: H. S. History of Wallingford including Cheshire. 9o6p. 

Meriden 1870. 974-67 Wi5 

Derby. Named 1675 

Orcutt, Samuel & Beardsley, Ambrose. History of the old 
town of Derby, Ct. 1642-1880, with biographies and genealogies. 
97+844p. Springfield Mass. 1880. 974.67 qD44 

Scott, Joseph. Historical century sermon delivered in St James 
church, Derby, Jan. 24th, 1841. 24p. New Haven 1842. 

283.746 044 

East Havem. Incorporated 1785 from New Haven 
Dodd, Stephen. East Haven register. 2oop. New Haven 
1824. 974-67 Ea7 

Contents: pfc 1 History of the town, 1644-1800. 

pt 2 Families settled in East Haven, 1644-1800. 

pt 3 Deaths in the families named in pt 2, 1647-1823. 






CONNECTICUT LOCAL HISTORY 243 

Havens, D. W: Historical discourse delivered at the centennial cele- New Havei 
bration of the dedication of the Stone meeting house, East Haven, 
Ct. Wednesday, Sep. 16, 1874. 88p. New Haven 1876. 

285.8746 

Including the proceedings at the celebration, and address on Rev. Nicholas 
Street, pastor 1755-1806, by Owen Street, and reprint of a pamphlet, The 
declaration of the association of the company of New Haven in Connecticut con- 
vened at New Haven Feb. 19, 1744-5, concerning the Rev. Mr George Whitefield, 
his conduct and the state of religion at this day. Bost. 1745. 

Guilford. Settled 1639 ; name d 1643 

Andrews, W: G. History of Christ episcopal church in Guilford, Ct. 
an address delivered by the rector in Sep. 1894, on the occasion of 
the i5oth anniversary of the parish. 73p. Guilford 1895. 

283.746 G94 

Guilford. 1639 : proceedings at the 2501?! anniversary of the settlement 
of Guilford, Ct. Sep. 8th, gth and loth, 1889. 288p. New 
Haven 1889. 974-67 G94i 

Contents : Historical discourse, J. A. Gallup, p. 20-41. 

Historical sermon, C. L. Kitchel, p. 47-63. 

Education in Guilford and Madison, J. L. Willard, p. 64-73. 

Congregational ministers, C: E. Stowe, p. 74-80. 

Ministers of Guilford other than congregational, R. L. Chittenden, 
p. 81-90. 

Fitz-Greene Halleck, C: F: Johnson, p. 96-111. 

Guilford and Madison in literature, H: P. Robinson, p. 117-37. 

Historical address, Guilford, from 1639 to 1665, Samuel Hart, 
p. 148-7C. 

Political, military and social history of Guilford, from 1665 to 
1861, B. C. Steiner, p. 171-87. 

Guilford and Madison during the late war, KateFoote, p. 188-98. 

Address, T: W. Higginson, p. 211-15. 

The founders of Guilford, other than Whitfield and Higginson, 
W: R. Dudley, p. 216-31. 

Distinguished natives of Guilford, J: E. Todd, p. 233. 

Old houses in Guilford and Madison, p. 246-50. 

Inscriptions from old tombstones, p. 250-56. 

Guilford, First congregational church. Proceedings of the celebra- 

tion of the 25oth anniversary, June 25, 1893. 3op. New 
Haven 1893. 285.8746 694 

Sermon by F. E. Snow, p.5-16. 

Levermore, C: H. Two centuries and a half in Guilford, Ct. 1639- 
1889. (see New England magazine, Dec. 1889, ser. 2, 1:405-24) 

051 B34 v.7 



244 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

New Haven New Haven colony historical society. Inscriptions on tombstones 
Hamden m Guilford, erected prior to 1800, copied by E. B. Bates, (see New 

Haven colony historical society. Papers. 1888. 4:404-51) 

974.67 N42 
With genealogic notes. 

Ruggles, Thomas. History of Guilford, Ct. a fragment, from the 
original manuscript. (see Historical magazine, Ap. 1869, ser. 2, 
5 : 22 5-33) 973 H6 2 v.is 

-- Manuscript history of Guilford. (see Massachusetts historical 
society. Collections. 1809. 10:90-101) 974-4 ^38 

-- Sketch of a history of Guilford in Ct. from a manuscript of Rev. 
Thomas Ruggles communicated by Nathaniel Bishop, (see Massa- 
chusetts historical society. Collections. 1795. 4:182-88) 

974.4 M38 

Smith, R. D. History of Guilford, Ct. from its ist settlement in 1639, 
from the manuscript of R. D. Smith. 2i9p. Alb. 1877. 

974.67 G94 
Edited by L. H. Steiner. 

Steiner, B. C. History of the plantation of Menunkatuck and of the 

original town of Guilford, Ct. comprising the present towns of 

- Guilford and Madison, written largely from the ms of R. D. Smyth, 

538p. Bait. 1897. 974-67 



Hamden. Incorporated 1786 from New Haven 

Dickerman, J. H. Hamden. (see Connecticut quarterly, Oct. 1898, 
4 : 376-90) 974.6 qC76 

Hamden. 1786: centenary of Hamden, Ct. 1886; history of the 
town of Hamden, Ct. with an account of the centennial celebration 
June 1 5th, 1886 prepared under the editorial supervision of W: P. 
Blake. 35op. New Haven 1888. 974.67 Hi 7 

Contents : Opening address, W: P. Blake, p. 13-20. 

The flag of our union, N. D. Sperry, p. 23-35. 

History of mining in Hamden, J. H. Dickerman, p. 71-74. 

Forest trees, J. H. Dickermau, p. 75-82. 

Agriculture, J. H. Dickerman, p. 83-90. 

Military history, W: T. Smith, p. 200-6. 

The poor of the town, C. P. Augur, p. 218-20. 

Family history notices, p. 227-312. 

Taxation and land records, E. B. Cooper, p. 313-16. 



CONNECTICUT LOCAL HISTORY 245 

Putnam, Austin. The church in Whitney ville, Ct. a historical dis- New Haven 
course preached in the Whitney ville church, July 9, 1876. 24p. Me * ri a en 
New Haven 1877. 285.8746 W6i 

Thayer, D: H. Centennial discourse delivered Jan. 26th 1864, the 
loth anniversary of the Mt Carmel congregational church, Hamden, 
Ct. 28p. New Haven 1864. 285.8746 M86 

Whitneyville, Congregational church. 1795-1895; icoth anni- 
versary of the organization of the congregational church in Whit- 
neyville. 54p. New Haven 1896. 285.8746 W6n 
Contents : Historical discourse, C : F. Clarke, p. 4-23. 

Our lineage, L. E. Munsou, p. 35-39. 

Some distinctive characteristics of the Whitneyville church, 

C : A. Dinsmore, p. 39-42. 

Madison. Incorporated 1826 from Guilford 

Bailey, F: W: Madison, New Haven county, (see his Early Con- 
necticut marriages. 1896. i : 101-4) 9 2 9-3 ^76 

Bushnell, J. F. An old neighborhood : Boston street, Madison, Ct. 
(see Connecticut quarterly, July 1897, 3 : 307-15) 974-6 qC76 

Gallup, J. A. Discourse on concluding a pastorate of 40 years; 12 
years with the congregational church in Essex, Ct. ; 28 years with 
the congregational church in Madison, Ct. delivered in Madison, 
Ct. Oct. 29, 1893. 28p. New Haven 1893. 285.8746 M26 

Historical discourse delivered on the i7oth anniversary of the 

formation of the ist congregational church, Madison, Ct. Nov. 18, 
1877. 48p. New Haven 1878. 285.8746 M26i 

Guilford. 1639: proceedings at the celebration of the 25oth anniver- 
sary. 288p. New Haven 1889. 974- 6 7 G 94 J 

Steiner, B. C. History of the plantation of Menunkatuck and of the 
original town of Guilford, Ct. comprising the present towns of Guil- 
ford and Madison. 538p. Bait. 1897. 974-^7 942 

Meriden. Incorporated 1 806 from Wallingford 

Arms, H. P. Hubbard park, (see Connecticut magazine, Feb. 1899, 
5 : 67-76) 974-6 qC76 

Breckenridge, F. A. Memories of Meriden, pt 2. (see Connecti- 
cut quarterly, Jan. 1896, 2 : 67-71) . 974- 6 q c 7 6 

. . Memories of Meriden. (see Connecticut quarterly, Jan. 1898, 

4:49-54) 974-6 qC 7 6 



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246 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

Davis, C: H: S. History of Wallingford including Meriden. 956?. 



Middiebury Meriden 1870. 974- 6 7 

Gillespie, C. B. Art souvenir edition of the Meriden daily journal, 
illustrating the city of Meriden, Ct. in the year 1895. 86p. 
Meriden 1895. 917.467 qG4i 

Meriden directory for 1882, '86, '88-90, '93, '95-96. v.8, 12, 14-16, 
19,21-22. New Haven 1882-96. 917.467 M5^. 

Published by Price, Lee & Co. Since 1888 contains list of deaths for pre- 
vious year. 

Middletown and Meriden directory, 1870-71. New Haven 1870-71. 

917.466 Ms8 

Perkins, G. W. Historical sketches of Meriden. n7P- West 
Meriden 1849. 974-67 M54 

Middiebury. Incorporated 1807 from Waterbury, Woodbury 
and Southbury 

Avery, W. F. The church in Middiebury. (see Anderson, Joseph. 
Churches of Mattatuck. 1892. p. 153-60) 285.8746 W29 

Milford. Settled 1639 

Brace, Jonathan. A leaf of Milford history; a thanksgiving sermon 
preached in the ist church, Milford, Ct. Nov. 25, 1858. 24p. 
New Haven 1858. 040 P v. 2320 

Downes, W: H. An old Connecticut town, (see New England maga- 
zine, Nov. 1889, ser. 2, i : 268-81) 051 634 v.7 

Milford. 

Greene, M. L. Early Milford. (see Connecticut magazine, Mar. 1899, 
5:135-46) 974-6 qC 7 6 

- Milford cemetery, (see Connecticut magazine, Aug.-Sep. 1899, 
5 : 430-33, 485-89) 974-6 qC>j 

- Milford, 1689-1900. (see Connecticut magazine, Nov. 1899, 
5:570-84) 974-6 qC76 

Pond, N. G. anon. Inscriptions on tombstones in Milford. (see 
New Haven colony historical society. Papers. 1894. 5 : 1-69) 

974.67 N 4 2 
With genealogic notes. 



CONNECTICUT LOCAL HISTORY 247 

Pond, N. G. Inscriptions on tombstones in Milford, Ct. erected prior New Haven 
to 1800, together with a few of aged persons who died after that New Haven 
date. 6gp. New Haven 1889. 929.5 Pyy 

With genealogric notes. 

anon. Story of the memorial in honor of the founders of the 

town of Milford erected by their descendants and the citizens of 
Milford, dedicated Aug. 28th, 1889, the town's 25oth anniversary. 
2op. n. p. 1889. 974.67 M59 

Naugatuck. Incorporated 1844 from Waterbury, Bethany and Oxford 

Spencer, L. S. Census of the town of Naugatuck taken in the year 
1877. io4p. Seymour n.d. 917.467 Sp3 

Warren, Franklin. The church in Naugatuck. (see Anderson, 
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Waterbury and Naugatuck directory, 1886-90, '95-96. v. 12-16, 
21-22. New Haven 1886-96. 917.467 W29 

New Haven city. Settled 1638 ; named 1640 

Allen, Walter. New Haven, (see New England magazine, June 1899. 
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Atwater, E: K. History of the city of New Haven to the present 
time, by an association of writers; with biographies. 7o2p 

N. Y. 1887. 974.68 qAt9 

Bacon, Leonard. 13 historical discourses on the completion of 200 
years from the beginning of the ist church in New Haven, with an 
appendix. 4oop. New Haven 1839. 285.8746 N425 

Bailey, F: W: New Haven ist church, (see his Early Connecticut 
marriages. 1896. i : 7-25) 9 2 9-3 76 

From the records of the 1st congregational church, 1758-89. 

New Haven 2d church, (see his Early Connecticut marriages. 

1896. i : 25-28) 9 2 9-3 C76 

From the records of the 2d chnrch (united), 1773-89. 

Barber, J: W. History and antiquities of New Haven, Ct. from its 
earliest settlement to the present time. i2op. New Haven 1831. 

974.68 623 

Views in New Haven and its vicinity, up. New Haven 1825. 

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New Haven Barber, J: W. & Punderson, L. S. History and antiquities in New 

^Jew Haven Haven, Ct. from its earliest settlement to the present time. Ed. 

3 enl. 2i6p. New Haven 1870. 974.68 1*231 

Bartlett, E. S. Grove street cemetery, New Haven, (see Connecti- 
cut quarterly, July 1896, 2 : 272-83) 974-6 qC76 

- Hillhouse avenue, New Haven, (see Connecticut quarterly, Jan. 
1897, 3 : 47- 6 4) 974-6 qC76 

-- Historical sketches of New Haven. 98p. New Haven 1897. 

974.68 qB28 

New Haven green ; A New Haven church; Grove street cemetery; Hill- 
house avenue ; John Trumbull, the patriot paiuter. 

- A New Haven church, (see Connecticut quarterly, Ap. 1897, 

974-6 



Center church. 

Beardsley, E. E. Parsonage of the Blue meeting house, the site of 
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Blake, H:T. Chronicles of New Haven green from 1638 to 1862; a 
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Cave of the regicides, (see Blackwood's Edinburgh magazine, Feb. 

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- (see Littell's living age, Ap. 1847, 13: 69-78) 051 "Lji 
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051 H23 

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Church and Chapel streets, (see New Haven colony historical 
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- Sermon delivered on the 25th anniversary of the author's ministry 
in the 3d congregational church, New Haven, July 25th, 1858. 

New Haven 1858. 040 P v.295 



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Cogswell, F:H. New Haven, the city of elms, (see Powell, L. P. New Have 

ed. Historic towns of New England. 1898. p. 553-86) 974 P8y c * 

Commerce, manufactures and resources of the city of New Haven 
and environs, a descriptive review. i32p. n.p. 1882. 917.468 73 
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Croswell, Frederick. History of Trinity church, New Haven, (see 
New Haven colony historical society. Papers. 1865. 1:47-81) 

974.67 N42 

Croswell, Harry. 40 years in Trinity parish; a pastoral letter to the 
parishioners of Trinity church, New Haven, with a sermon 
delivered in Trinity church on the 3ist of Dec. 1854. i4p. 
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With genealogic notes. 

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Dutton, S: W\ S. History of the North church in New Haven from 
1742 to 1842, in three sermons. i28p. New Haven 1842. 

285.8746 N4243 

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83p. New Haven 1811. (Connecticut academy of arts and 
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Eustis, W. T. jr. History of Chapel street church ; a discourse 
delivered on the 2oth anniversary of the Chapel street church and 
ecclesiastical society, New Haven, Nov. 7, 1858. 24p. New 
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Fair Haven, First church. Memorial of the half century anni- 
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Haven, Ct. Wednesday June 23/1880. 36p. New Haven 
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250 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

New Haven Ford, G: H. Town of New Haven, 1638-1784. (see Connecticut 
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Goodrich, Chauncey. Invasion of New Haven by the British troops 
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Greene, M. L. New Haven defenses in the revolution and in the war of 
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Hallock, Gerard, History of the South congregational church, New 
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Harwood, Edwin. Protestant episcopal church in New Haven and 
for New England ; a sermon preached at the semicentennial cele- 
bration of the consecration of Trinity church, New Haven, Wednes- 
day, Feb. 16, 1866. 37p. New Haven 1866. 040 P v.2403 

Kingsley, J. L. Historical discourse delivered by request before the 
citizens of New Haven, Ap. 25, 1838, the 2ooth anniversary of the 
ist settlement of the town and colony. 115?. New Haven 
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Levermore, C: H. Republic of New Haven ; a history of municipal 
evolution. 342p. Bait. 1886. (Johns Hopkins university 
studies in historical and political science ; extra v.i) 974.68 L57 
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Town and city government of New Haven. iQ3P- Bait. 

1886. (see Johns Hopkins university studies in historical and politi- 
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Merwin, Samuel. Discourse on the completion of 50 years service in 
the ministry of the gospel, delivered by request in the North church, 
New Haven, Feb. 25th, 1855. 72p. New Haven 1855. 

285.8746 N424I 

Morse, Gardner. Recollections of the appearance of New Haven 
between 1825 and 1837. (see New Haven colony historical society. 
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New Haven. iooth anniversary of the city; with the oration by 

T: R. Bacon, July 4, 1884 ; also a paper on New Haven in 1784 by 

F. B. Dexter. 97p. n.p. 1885. 974.68 N43 

Edited by Burton Mansfield. Includes the charter of the city of New Haven, 

granted in 1784. 



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New Haven. Proceedings in commemoration of the settlement of the New Haven 
town of New Haven, Ap. 25, 1888. 68p. n.p.n.d 974.68 N 4 
Oration by H: T. Blake, p. 23-59. 

New Haven directory for 1840-96. v.i-57. New Haven 1840-96. 

917.468 N42 

Wanting: v.3-4, 6-7, 14, 16, 18, 28, 34, 37, 48-49, 55. 
v.1-5, title reads Patten's New Haven directory; v.8-33, 36-41, title reads 
Benham's New Haven directory; v.35 ; title reads Greenough, Jones <f- Co. 
directory. 

v.38-57 published by Price, Lee & Co. 
1893-96 include West Haven. 

Palmer, H. H. Some of New Haven's colonial houses, (see Con- 
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Smyth, S: P. N. Historical discourse delivered at the 25oth anni- 
versary of the ist church in New Haven, Ap. 22, 1888. 27+ i2p. 
n.p.n.d 974.68 N42 

Stoughton, J. The city of elms; New Haven, Mass. (^Leisure 
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Teasdale, T: C. Historical discourse containing an account of the 
rise and progress of the ist baptist church in New Haven, delivered 
Ap. 3, 1842. 43p. New Haven 1842. 286.1746 N42 

Townshend, C: H. British invasion of New Haven, Ct. together 
with some account of their landing and burning the towns of Fair- 
field and Norwalk, July, 1779. ii2p. New Haven 1879. 

973-335 r T66 

New Haven harbor, (see Connecticut quarterly, Ap. 1896, 
2 : 161-66) 974-6 qC76 

Trial of Ezekiel Cheever before the church at New Haven, 1649. (see 
Connecticut historical society. Collections, 1860. i : 22-51) 

974.6 C76 

Trowbridge, T: R. Ancient houses of New Haven, (see New 
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974.67 N42 

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New Haven White, Henry. History of the Cutler lot, corner of Chapel and 
No rth Church streets, New Haven, (see New Haven colony historical 

Branford society. Papers. 1865. i : 29-45) 974.67 N42 

-- List of baptisms in the church in New Haven, Ct. during the 
ministry of Rev. John Davenport from Nov. 1639 to Nov. 1666, 
taken from the church records and arranged alphabetically, (see 
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North Branford. Incorporated 1831 from Branford 

Wood, G: I. Early history of the congregational church and society 

of North Branford, delivered in the congregational church, Jan. 6, 

1850. 23p. New Haven 1850. 285.8746 N8i2 

Including list of members at Mr Ell's ordination, 1769, and a list of officers 

and men in Mr Ell's military company. 

North Haven. Incorporated 1786 from New Haven 

Thorpe, S. B. North Haven annals; a history of the town from its 
settlement 1680 to its ist centennial 1886. 42 2p. New Haven 
1892. 974.67 N8i 

Trumbull, Benjamin. A century sermon; or, Sketches of the his- 
tory of the 1 8th century interspersed and closed with serious prac- 
tical remarks, delivered at North Haven, Jan. i, 1801. 36p. 
New Haven 1801. 99-7 ^77 

Orange. Incorporated 1822 from Milford and New Haven 

Chapin, A. B. Sermon delivered in Christ church, West Haven, Aug. 
nth, 1839; the iooth anniversary of laying the foundation of the 
church. 28p. New Haven 1839. 283.746 W52 

New Haven directory including West Haven for 1893, '95-96. v. 54, 
56-57. New Haven 1893-96. 917.468 N42 

Oxford. Incorporated 1798 from Derby and Southbury 

Anderson, Joseph. The church in Oxford, (see his Churches of 
Mattatuck. 1892. p. 131-36) 285.8746 W2g 

Orcutt, Samuel & Beardsley, Ambrose. Town of Oxford, (see their 
History of the old town of Derby, Ct. 1880. p.228-44) 974.67 qD44 

Sharpe, W: C. History of Oxford, Ct. v.i. Seymour 1885. 

929.3 Ox2 
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Prospect. Incorporated 1827 from Cheshire and Waterbury New Haven 

Phipps, W. H. The church in Prospect, (see Anderson, Joseph, 
Churches of Mattatuck. 1892. p.i6o-62) 285.8746 W29 

Seymour. Incorporated 1850 from Derby 

Orcutt, Samuel & Beardsley, Ambrose. Town of Seymour, (see 
their History of the old town of Derby, Ct. 1880. p.442-8s) 

974.67 qD 44 

Seymour, Congregational church. Manual of the congregational 
church in Seymour, including a list of the present and past member- 
ship with other matters of interest pertaining to the church and the 
society. 23p. Seymour 1883. 285.8746 869 

Sharpe, W: C. Annals of the methodist episcopal church of Seymour, 
Ct. io3p. Seymour 1885. 287.6746 8691 

- Annals of the methodist episcopal church of Seymour, Ct. 
i44p. Seymour 1896. 287.6746 Seg 

- History of Seymour, Ct. with biographies and genealogies. 
244p. Seymour 1879. 974-67 69 
Vital statistics of Seymour, Ct. 1812-91. v.i-2. Seymour 

1883-92. 929.3 869 

Southbury. Incorporated 1787 from Woodbury 

Cothren, William. Births, marriages and deaths in Southbury. 
(see his History of ancient Woodbury. 1854-79. 3 1427-527) 

974.61 W8 5 

Sharpe, W: C. South Britain sketches and records. 929.1 Sh25 
Church records, genealogies, tombstone inscriptions, etc. 

Waiiingford. Named 1670 

Bailey, F: W: Cheshire, New Haven county, (see his Early Connec- 
ticut marriages. 1898. 3:51-61) 929.3 C76 

From the records of the congregational church iu Cheshire, 1734-99. 

- Waiiingford, New Haven county, (see his Early Connecticut 
marriages. 1899. 4:58-68) 929.3 C76 

From the records of the 1st congregational church, 1759-99. 

- Wallingford-Meriden, New Haven county, (see his Early Con- 
necticut marriages. 1899. 4:104-12) 9 2 9-3 76 
From the records of the 1st congregational church in Meriden, 1729-93. 



254 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

New Haven Davis, C: H: S. History of Wallingford, Ct. from its settlement in 
waterbury J ^7 to t ^ ie P resent time, including Meriden which was one of the 

parishes until 1806, and Cheshire which was incorporated in 1780. 

956p. Meriden 1870. 974-67 Wi5 

Gillespie, C. B. anon. Souvenir history of Wallingford, Ct. 1895. 
48p. Meriden 1895. 917.467 qG4ii 

Wallingford directory, 1893-94. New Haven 1894. 917.467 Wi5 
Waterbury. Named 1686 

Anderson, Joseph. Churches of Mattatuck ; a record of a bicentennial 
celebration at Waterbury, Ct. Nov. 4th and 5th, 1891. 279p. 
New Haven 1892. 285.8746 W29 

Contents: The first church in Waterbury, Joseph Anderson, p. 23-54. . 
The Waterbury churches, p. 55-90. 

The mother and her daughters; churches in Farmington, 
Watertown, Plymouth, Oxford, Wolcott, Naugatuck, Northfield, 
Middlebury, Prospect, Thomaston, Terryville, Reynolds Bridge, 
p. 91-170. 

Early and later pastors: Jeremiah Peck, by S.. J. Prichard; 
John Southmayd, by S.. J. Prichard; Mark Leavenworth, by 
F. J. Kingsbury ; and addresses by H. B. Elliot and George 
Bushnell, p. 171-223. 
Reminiscence and congratulation, p. 225-50. 

- Town and city of Waterbury, Ct. from the aboriginal period to 
3 V New Haven 1896. 974-67 



For articles and contributors, see table of contents. 

v. 1 by S.. J. Prichard and others. 

Family records in v. 1 compiled by K. Prichard. 

Bronson, Henry. History of Waterbury, Ct. the original township, 
embracing present Watertown and Plymouth and parts of Oxford, 
Wolcott, Middlebury, Prospect and Naugatuck ; with an appendix 
of biography, genealogy and statistics. s82p. Waterbury 1858. 

974.67 W29 

Waterbury and Naugatuck directory, 1884, '86-90, '95-96. v. 10, 
12-16,21-22. New Haven 1884-96. 917.467 W29 

Published by Price, Lee & Co. 1884, title reads Waterbury directory; 
1895-96 include Watertown. 

Waterbury city directory and business advertiser, 1873-74. Plart- 

ford 1873-74. 9 r 7-467 

Published by Fitzgerald <fe Dillon. 



CONNECTICUT LOCAL HISTORY 255 

Wolcott. Incorporated 1796 from Waterbury and Southington Fairfleia co. 

Norton, M. L. The Wolcott plateau, (see Connecticut quarterly, B 



A P- 1897, 3 : 199-205) 974 .6 

Orcutt, Samuel. History of the town of Wolcott, Ct. from 1731 to 
1874; with an account of the centenary meeting, Sep. 10 and n, 
1873, and with the genealogies of the families of the town. 6o8p. 
Waterbury 1874. 974.67 W83 

Genealogies, p. 423-608. 

Smith, I. P. The church in Wolcott. (see Anderson, Joseph. 
Churches of Mattatuck. 1892. p. 136-41) 285.8746 W29 

Woodbridge. Incorporated 1784 from New Haven and Milford 

FAIRFIELD COUNTY 

Beers, F: W. Atlas of New York and vicinity. 59^ N. Y. 

1867. 912.7471 fB39 

Boyd's Fan-field county directory, 1885-88. v.3~4. N. Y. 1885- 

917.469 Fi6 
Compiled by W. A. Boyrt and pub. biennially. v.4 pub. in Poughkeepsie. 

Fair field county historical society. Reports for 1891-95. Bridge- 
port 1891-95. 974.69 Fi6i 

Fairfield east and Fairfield west consociations, isoth anniver- 
sary of the consociations with the historical address and other 
addresses and proceedings at the congregational church, Fairfield, 
Ct. June 8, 1886. 63p. Bridgeport 1886. 285.8746 Fi6 

Historical discourse, A. C. Pierce, p. 11-36. 

Knapp, William. Fairfield county, (see Howard, R. H. & Crocker, 
H: P^. History of New England. i88r. 1:299-310) 974 qH83 

Bethel. Incorporated 1855 from Danbury 

Hickok, L. P. Century sermon delivered before the church and 
society at Bethel, Ct. Nov. 30, 1860. 23p. Danbury 1861. 

285.8746 646 

Bridgeport. Incorporated 1821 from Stratford 

Banks, J: W. The parks of Bridgeport, (see Connecticut quarterly, 
Oct. 1897, 3:373-88) 974.6 qC 7 6 

Bridgeport and East Bridgeport directory, 1857-58. Bridgeport 



Published by Poiueroy & Morse. 



256 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

co. Bridgeport directory and annual advertiser for 1869-70. .3. 

Bridgeport. 1 869. 917.469 1*76 

Published by the Standard association. 

Bridgeport directory for 1885-86, '88-93, '95-96. .19-20, 22-27, 
29-30. Bridgeport 1857-96.' 917.469 676 

1893, v. 27, includes Stratford; 1895-96 include Stratford, Fairfieid and 
Southport. 

Orcutt, Samuel. History of the city of Bridgeport, Ct. 536p. 
New Haven 1887. 974.69 qB76 

Inscriptions in the Stratfield or Pequonnock burying place, p. 93-120. 

- Bridgeport, (see his History of the old town of Stratford. 
,1886. p-385-951) 974.69 St8 

Brookfield. Incorporated 1788 from Danbury, New Milford and Newton 

Danbury. Named 1687 

Bailey, J. M. History of Danbury, Ct. 1684-1896, comp. with 
additions by S. B. Hill. 583p. N. Y. 1896. 974.69 qDi9 

Danbury. Town records of births, marriages and deaths, copied by 
W: A. Eardely-Thomas. (see Connecticut quarterly) 974^076 
'Jan. 1898, 4: 115 Mar. 1899, 5: 189-90 

July " 4 : 331-32 May " 5 : 296 

Danbury, First congregational church. Bicentennial celebration, 
May 24-31, 1896. loip. Danbury 1896. 285.8746 019 

Historical address, A. F. Pierce, p. 11-33. 

Dawson, H : B. Expedition against Danbury. (see his Battles of the 
United States. 1858. 1:212-20) 973 



Robbins, Thomas. Century sermon delivered at Danbury, Jan. i, 
1 80 1 in which is exhibited a brief view of the most remarkable 
events of the i8th century, with a sketch of the history of the town 
of Danbury from the ist settlement to the present time. 22p: 
Danbury 1828. 974.69 



Stone, R. E. Manual for the use of the members of the congregational 
church in Danbury, Ct. Jan. ist, 1853. 24p. Alb. 1853. 

040 P v.2542 



CONNECTICUT LOCAL HISTORY 257 

Whittlesey, E. D. Remarks upon the British expedition to Danbury, Fnirfieiaco. 

Ct. in 1777 as related in v.-3, ch. 2, of Marshall's Life of Washington. 
(see New York historical society. Collections. 1849. ser. 2, 
2:227-40) 974.7 N422 v.7 

Darien. Incorporated 1820 from Stamford 

Huntington, E. B. History of Stamford, Ct. including Darien. 
492p. Stamford 1868. 974.69 St2i 

Easton. Incorporated 1845 from Weston 

Lacey, R. B. & Orcutt, Samuel. Inscriptions in the cemetery at 
Easton, Ct. near the baptist church, (see Fairfield county historical 
society. Annual report. 1892. i : 63-93) 974-69 Fi6i 



Fairfield. Settled 1639 ; 

Bailey, F: W: Fairfield-Westport, Fairfield county, (see his Early 

Connecticut marriages. 1898. 3:151-67) 9 2 9-3 76 

From the records of the congregational church at Green's Farms, 1742-99. 
This parish was set off as the town of Westport. 

Bridgeport directory including Stratford, Fairfield and Southport 
1895-96. v.29~3o. Bridgeport 1895-96. 917.469 676 

Child, F. S. An old New England town ; sketches of life, scenery 
and character. 23op. N. Y. 1895. Cap. 974. 69 Fi62 

Cornwall, N. E. Gladness for great things done j an historical dis- 
course for the jubilee of the Society for the propagation of the 
gospel delivered in Trinity church (Southport borough), Fairfield, 
Ct. Aug. loth, 1851. 47p. New Haven 1851. 040 P v.igrg 

Dawson, H: B. Invasion of Connecticut, (see his Battles of the 
United States. 1858. 1:507-16) 973 qD32 

Eliot, Andrew. Letter to Rev. John Eliot of Boston, concerning the 
burning of Fairfield in July 1779. (see Massachusetts historical 
society. Collections. 1794. 3:103-6) 974-4 ^38 

Fairfield. 1779-1879; centennial commemoration of the burning of 
Fairfield, Ct. by the British troops under Gov. Tryon, July 8th, 
1779. io4p. N.Y. 1879. 973-335 1 Fl6 

Guilbert, Edmund. Annals of an old parish ; historical sketches of 
Trinity church, Southport, Ct. 1725 to 1898. 29ip. N. Y. 
1898. 283.746 So8i 

Register of baptisms, marriages, burials, etc. 1785-1825, p. 183-273. 



258 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

co. Perry, Mrs K. E. Old burying ground of Fairfield, Ct. a memorial 
of many of the early settlers in Fairfield, an exhaustive and faithful 
transcript of the inscriptions and epitaphs on the 583 tombstones 
found in the oldest burying ground now within the limits of Fair- 
field. 24ip. Hartford 1882. 9 2 9-5 ?4 2 
Including The old Jurying ground observances, July 8th, 1881 by W: A. Beers, 
p. 219-44. 

Schenck, Mrs E.. H. History of Fairfield, Fairfield county, Ct. from 
the settlement of the town in 1639 to 1818. v. i. N. Y. 1889. 

974.69 Fi6 
Genealogies, p. 347-423. 

Greenwich. Settled 1640 

Bailey, F: W: Greenwich, Fairfield county, (see his Eaily Connec- 
ticut marriages. 1899. 4:87-95) 9 2 9-3 76 
From the records of the 2cl congregational church, 1728-1801. 

Greenwich, Second congregational church. Exercises at the 
celebration of the i5oth anniversary, Wednesday, Nov. 7th, 1866, 
including an historical discourse by J. H. Lindsley and historical 
sketches and addresses from others. io8p. N. Y. 1867. 

285.8746 0851 

Marriages on records of St John's protestant episcopal church, Stam- 
ford and Greenwich, copied by W: A. Eardely-Thomas. (see Con- 
necticut quarterly Jan. 1898, 4:115-16, July 1898, 4:332-33) 

974.6 qC76 
1764-69. 

Mead, D. M. History of the town of Greenwich, Fairfield county, Ct. 
with many important statistics. 3i8p. N. Y. 1857. 974.69 G85 
Genealogies, p. 277-318. 

Otis, H. N. From Greenwich, Ct. town records, (see New England 
historical and genealogical register, Jan. 1850, 4: 62) 929.1 N422 

Huntington. Incorporated 1789 from Stratford 

Ansonia, Birmingham, Derby, Shelton and Seymour directory, 1888-91. 
v.6-8. New Haven 1888-90. 917.467 An8 

Published by Price, Lee & Co. 

Orcutt, Samuel & Beardsley, Ambrose. The dam and Shelton. 
(see their History of the old town of Derby, Ct. 1880. p. 391-412) 

974.67 



CONNECTICUT LOCAL HISTORY 259 

Monroe. Incorporated 1823 from Huntington Fairfieid co. 

Norwalk 

New Canaan. Incorporated 1801 from Norwalk and Stamford 

New Canaan, Congregational church. Historical account of the 
celebration of the i5oth anniversary of the organization of the church 
June 20, 1883, with a list of the pastorate, deaconate and member- 
ship, ed. by Rev. Joseph Greenleaf and A. B. Davenport. 141?. 
n.p 1883. 285.8746 N 4 22 

Historical address, J. S. Hoyt, p. 15-65. 

New Fairfieid. Incorporated 1740 

Congregational church in New Fairfieid, organized Nov. 9, 1742. 
(see Connecticut quarterly, Oct. 1897, 3:486) 974-6 qC76 

List of ministers and deacons. 

Pearce, E: H. Copies of inscriptions from the Union cemetery at 
Ball's Pond, New Fairfieid, prior to 1850. (see Connecticut quar- 
terly, Ap. 1897, 3 : 236) 974.6 



Newtown. Incorporated ifn 

Bailey, F: W: Newtown, Fairfieid county, (see his Early Con- 
necticut marriages. 1896. 2:131-38) 9 2 9-3 C76 

From the records of the congregational church, 1743-99. 

Norwalk. Incorporated 1651 

Bailey, F: W: Stamford-New Canaan, Fairfieid county, (see his 

Early Connecticut marriages. 1899. 4:21-31) 929.3 C76 

From the records of Canaan society, 1742-1800. This was formed from 

Stamford and Norwalk 1731, and incorporated as the town of New Canaan 

1801. 

- Wilton, Fairfieid county. (see his Connecticut marriages. 
1898. 3:62-73) 929.3 C76 

From the records of the congregational church of Wilton, 1750-99. 

Bouton, Nathaniel. Historical discourse"*in commemoration of the 
2ooth anniversary of the settlement of Norwalk, Ct. in 1651; 
delivered in the ist congregational church in Norwalk, July 9, 1851, 
Sop. N. Y. 1851. 974-69 N83i 

Directory of the city of South Norwalk and the borough of Norwalk, 
1871. New Haven 1871. 917.469 063 

Compiled by J. Ridley. 



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co. Hall, Edwin. Ancient historical records of Norwalk, Ct. with a plan 
Redding 

of the ancient settlement and of the town in 1847. 32op. 

Norwalk 1847. 974-69 N83 

Geuealogic register, p. 181-320. 



- 32op. Norwalk 1865, c> 47. 974-69 N832 

Norwalk directory, 1892-93. v.2. New Haven 1892. 917.469 N83 
Published by Price, Lee & Co. , 

Selleck, C: M. Address at the centenary of St Paul's church, Norwalk, 
Ct. July 15, 1886. i26p. Norwalk 1886. 283.746 N83 

Norwalk. 482-f43p. Norwalk 1896. 929.1 qSe4 

Van Hoosear, D. H. Complete copy of the inscriptions on the 
monuments in the oldest cemetery in Norwalk, Ct. Sep. 1892. 
47p. Bridgeport 1895. 929.5 V 3 r 

- Complete copy of the inscriptions found on the monuments, 
headstones, etc. in the oldest cemetery in Norwalk, Ct. 47p. 
Bridgeport 1895. (see Fairfield county historical society. Reports. 
1895. 2 : apx. 1-47) 974.69 Fi6i 

Bedding. Incorporated 1757 from Fairfield 

Bailey, F: W: Redding, Fairfield county. (see\his Early Con- 
necticut marriages. 1896. i : 70-76) 9 2 9-3 76 

Todd, C: B. History of Redding, Ct. from its ist settlement to the 
present time. 248p. N. Y. 1880. 974 69 R24 

Early families of Redding, p. 173-233. 

Bidgefield. Incorporated 1709 

Bailey, F: W: Ridgefield, Fairfield county, (see his Early Con- 
necticut marriages. 1898. 3:84-90) 9 2 9-3 76 
From the records of the 2d congregational church, located at Ridgebury, 
1769-1800. 

Bartlett, C. A. H. Historic' cannon balls and houses; the British 
invasion of Connecticut in 177 7. (see Magazine of American history, 
Mar. 1888, 19:185-99) 973 M27 

Camp, Samuel. Record of marriages by Rev. Samuel Camp who 
preached in the congregational church in Ridgebury, Fairfield 
county, Ct. 1769-73, contributed by George Boughton. (see Con- 
necticut quarterly, July 1898, 4:330-31) 9746 



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Goodrich, S: G. Recollections of a lifetime; or, Men and things I Fairfleid co. 

have seen in a series of letters to a friend ; historical, biographical, 
anecdotical and descriptive. 2v. N.Y. 1856. 928.18 G62 
Childhood was spent in Ridgefield. 

Miller, H . E . Ridgefield, the Connecticut Lenox, (see New England 
magazine, Oct. 1895, ser. 3, 13 : 227-43) 051 634 v.ig 

Ridgefield, First congregational church. A concise history of the 
ist congregational church in Ridgefield, Ct. 32p. Norwalk 
1843. 040 P .484 

Teller, D. W. History of Ridgefield, Ct. from its ist settlement to 
the present time. 25 ip. Danbury 1878. 974.69 R43 

Sherman. Incorporated 1802 from New Fairfield 

Platt, W. C. Inscriptions from gravestones in Lieut. Henry Bennett's 
burying ground in Sherman, Ct. (see Connecticut quarterly, 
Jan. 1898, 4 : 114, July 1898, 4 : 333) 974.6 



Stamford. Settled 1640 ; named 1642 

Alvord, J: W. Historical address delivered in the ist congregational 
church in Stamford, Ct. at the celebration of the 2d centennial 
anniversary of the ist settlement of the town, Dec. 22d, 1841. 
4op. N.Y. 1842. 974.69 St2 

Bailey, F: W: Stamford-New Canaan, Fairfield county, (see his Early 

Connecticut marriages. 1899. 4:21-31) 9 2 9-3 76 

From the records of Canaan society, 1742-1800. This was formed from 

Stamford and Norwalk, 1731 and incorporated as the town of New Canaan 

in 1801. 

Davenport, A. B. 1782-1882; centennial celebrations. 2 pt in 
i v. Stamford 1882. 285.8746 N8i3 

pt 1 100th anniversary of the organization of the congregational church 

of North Stamford, June 6, 1882, including an historical address by Samuel 

Scoville. 
pt 2 Celebration of the 100th birthday of Mrs Clarissa (Davenport) 

Raymond of Wilton Ct. 

Davenport ridge, Stamford, Ct. historical sketch. i5p. Brook- 

lyn 1892. 974-69 St22 

Huntirrgton, E. B. History of Stamford, Ct. from its settlement in 
164.1, to the present time, including Darien, which was one of its 
parishes until 1820. 492p. Stamford 1868. 974-69 St2i 



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co * Huntington, E. B. Stamford soldiers' memorial. i6 5 p. Stam- 
ford 1869. 974-69 8123 
Lambert, E: R. Stamford, (see his History of the colony of New 
Haven. 1838. p. 175-79) 974-^7 Liy 

Marriages on records of St John's protestant episcopal church, Stam- 
ford and Greenwich, copied by W: A. Eardely-Thomas. (see 
Connecticut quarterly, Jan. 1898,4: 115-16, July 1898, 4:332-33) 

974.6 qC76 

Stamford. Stamford registration of births, marriages and deaths, 
including every name, relationship and date now found in the 
Stamford registers from the ist record down to the year 1825 ; by 
E. B. Huntington. i39p. Stamford 1874. 929.3 St2 

Stamford, Baptist church. Centennial services, including the his- 
torical discourse by Rev. Edward Lathrop, Nov. 6, 1873. 7op. 
Stamford 1875. 286.1746 qSt2 

Stratford. Settled 1639 

Ambler, R: C. Sketch from the life of Rev. James Beebe, who from 
May 6, 1747 to Sep. 8, 1785, was pastor of the church of Christ at 
North Stratford, (see Fairfield county historical society. Reports. 
1895. 2:77-95) 974-69 Fi6i 

Beardsley, E. E. The handfull of corn and the fruit; a sermon 
preached at the consecration of Christ church, Stratford, July 29th, 
1858. 28p. New Haven 1858. 040 P v.iooo 

Bridgeport directory including Stratford, 1893, '95-96. v. 27, 29-30. 
Bridgeport 1893-96. 917.469 676 

Connecticut General court. Patent or charter of the town of 
Stratford, 1686. (see Fairfield county historical society. Annual 
report. 1892. 1:95-97) 974.69 Fi6i 

A Connecticut village, (see Nation, Aug. 17, 1865, i : 213-16) 

071 qN2i 

Cothren, William. Births, marriages and deaths in Stratford, (see 
his History of ancient Woodbury, Ct. 1854-79. 3:651-92) 

974.61 W85 

Early settlers of Stratford, Ct. (see New England historical and genea- 
logical register, Jan. 1873, 27 : 62-63) 929.1 N422 



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Naugatuck valley directory and business advertiser containing the Fairfield co. 
names of citizens of Stratford. Hartford 1872. 917461 N22 ^ 

Orcutt, Samuel. History of the old town of Stratford and the city 
of Bridgeport, Ct. 2V. 1393?. New Haven 1886. 974.69 St8 
Paged continuously. 

Paddock, J. A. Historical discourse delivered in Christ church, Strat- 
ford, Ct. Mar. 29, 1855. 45p. N. Y. 1855. 283.746 St8 

Raymond, M. D. Rev. Blackleach Burritt and related Stratford 
families, (see Fairfield county historical society. Annual report. 
1892. 1:1-45) 974.69 Fi6i 

__ . - Sketch of Rev. Blackleach Burritt and related Stratford families. 
44p. Bridgeport 1892. 929.2 6942 

Stratford, Congregational church. 1639-1889; the quarto-millen- 
nial anniversary, the historical address by the pastor and a full 
report of all the exercises, Sep. 5, 1889. 115?. Bridgeport 
1889. 285.8746 St8 

Historical address, J. S. Ives, p. 16-42. 

Stratford-on-the-Sound. (see Lippincott's magazine, July 1879, 24 : 25- 
40) 051 L66 

Trumbull. Incorporated 1797 from Stratford 

Western. Incorporated 1787 from Fairfield 

Noyes, John. Discourse delivered in Norfield, May 29th, 1836 at the 
close of the 5oth year of his ministry. 2op. New Haven 
1839. 040 P 



Westport. Incorporated 1835 from Fairfield, Norwalk and Weston 

Davies, T: F. Sermon delivered Mar. 29, 1839, and published by 
request of the congregational society in Green's Farms. 3ip. 
New Haven 1839. 040 P v.i9i9 

Relyea, B: J. Celebration in Green's Farms; the historical discourse 
delivered at the celebration of the i5oth anniversary of the formation 
of the church, held Oct. 26, 1865. 56?. N. Y. 1865. 

285.8746 G85 

Wilton. Incorporated 1802 ftom Norwalk 



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means page 182, beginning in the third ninth of the page, i. e. about one 
third of the way down. 



Adam, Mrs M: G. Canaan, 185*. 
Adam, W: L. Litchfield, i86 7 . 
Adams, H. C. Historic sketch of ist 
church of Christ in Wethersfield, 

208\ 

Adams, S. W. Andros government, 
the charter and the charter oak, 
I92 1 . 

Bench and bar, IQ2 2 . 

Revolutionary naval officers, 

l82 3 . 

- Rocky Hill, 205 7 . 

- Settlement of Hartford, igg s . 

- Wethersfield, 2o8 2 . 

Allen, Walter. New Haven, 247. 

Allyn, Charles. Groton heights cen- 
tennial, 2l6 5 , 220 3 . 

Alvord, Frederick & Gridley, I. R. 
Historical sketch of congregational 
church of Canton Center, IQ4 8 . 

Alvord, J: W. Historical address 
delivered at 2d centennial anniver- 
sary of Stamford, 261. 

Ambler, R: C. Sketch of Rev. James 
Beebe, 262 5 . 

American historical association. An- 
nual report, 24i 5 . 

Ammidown, Holmes. Historical 
collections, 232 4 . 

- Woodstock, 232*. 
Anderson, Mrs E. F. Tolland coun- 
ty, 2I0 6 . 

Anderson, Joseph. Church at 
Northfield, i86 8 . 

- Church at Terryville, i88 4 . 
Church in Oxford, 252 s . 



Anderson, Joseph. Churches of 
Mattatuck, 254$. 

Eagle Rock church, Thomas- 
ton, ipo 4 . 

- Waterbury, 254. 



Andover, 2io 8 . 

Andrews, Alfred. Memorial of New 

Britain, 2O4 8 . 
Andrews, C: M. River towns, igp 3 , 

208 3 , 200 1 . 

Andrews, J. P. City of Hartford, 

I99 4 - 
Andrews, W: G. History of Christ 

episcopal church in Guilford, 243 s . 
Trading post on the Paugas- 

set, 187". 
Ansonia, 24i 6 . 
Ansonia, Birmingham, Derby, Shel- 

ton and Seymour directory, 24O 1 , 

2 5 8 8 . 
Arms, H. P. Historical notes of 

congregational churches in New 

London county, 2I4 3 . 

- Hubbard park, 245'. 
Ashford, 228. 

Atwater, E: E. History of city of 
New Haven, 247 6 . 

- History of colony of New 
Haven, 24O 2 . 

Atwater, Francis. History of Kent, 
i86 7 . 
- History of Plymouth, i88 5 . 

Augur, P. M. Middlefield, 236 7 . 

Avery, John. Some reminiscences 
of monthly meeting of congrega- 
tional ministers of New London 
county, 2I4 3 . 



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Avery, W. F. Church in Middle- 
bury, 246 3 . 
Avon, ip3 3 . 

Backus, J. W. Ministry of a hun- 
dred years ago, 215 s . 

Bacon, A. W. Bench and bar of 
Middlesex county, 232 s . 

Bacon, E: W. New London and 
war of 1812, 220*. 

Bacon, L. W. Norwich, 223 3 . 

Bacon, Leonard. Civil government 
in New Haven colony, 24O 3 . 

- 13 historical discourses on 
completion of 200 years of 1st 
church in New Haven, 247. 

& Walker, G: L. Sermons 

preached in ist church of Christ 
in Hartford, igp 5 . 

Bailey, F: W: Early Connecticut 
marriages, 179*. 

Extracts from records of 

South ecclesiastical society in Leb- 
anon, 217 s . 

Bailey, G. F. First church, West- 
brook, 239 s . 

Bailey, J. M. 
256. 

Baird, J: G. 
town, 2I2 8 . 

Baker, H: A. 
Connecticut, 2ig 7 . 

Montville, 2i9 8 . 

Record of baptisms and mar- 
riages by Rev. Rozel Cook, in 
north parish of New London, 22O 1 . 

Records of 2d church in 

north parish of New London, 22O 2 . 

Baldwin, E. C. Branford annals, 

2 4 I 8 . 

Baldwin, Henry. Social life after 
the revolution, I99 6 . 

Baldwin, S. E. Boundary line be- 
tween Connecticut and New York, 
i8o 4 . 



History of Danbury, 

Ellington parish and 

First iron works in 



Banks, J: W. Parks of Bridgeport, 
255 s - 

Baptist church in the U. S. New 
London association. Historical 
sketch, 214*. 

Barber, J: W. Connecticut histori- 
cal collections, i8o 5 . 

- History and antiquities of 
New Haven, 247 s . 

- Views in New Haven, 247. 
& Punderson, L. S. History 



and antiquities in New Haven, 248 1 . 

Barber, L. I. Simsbury, 205 s . 

Barkhamsted, 185*. 

Bartlett, C. A. H. Historic cannon 
balls and house, 2(5o 8 . 

Bartlett, E. S. Grove street ceme- 
tery, New Haven, 248 2 . 

Hillhouse avenue, New 

Haven, 248 2 . 

Historical sketches of New 



Haven, 248 3 . 

- New Haven church, 248*. 

- Salisbury, 189'. 
Bartlett, M. H. Avon, I93 3 . 

Farmington river and its trib- 
utaries, i84 2 , I92 3 . 

Bartlett, Shubael. History of ist ec- 
clesiastical society in East Wind- 
sor, 196*. 

Bates, A. C. Bound .newspapers in 
Connecticut historical society, I79 9 . 

Connecticut local histories in 

Connecticut historical society and 
Watkinson library, I79 8 . 

Family genealogies in library 



of Connecticut historical society, 
183. 
Manuscript collections in 



Connecticut historical society, i8o 2 . 
- Manuscripts in Patterson li- 



brary, iSo 1 . 
Rev. Dudley Woodbridge, his 



church record at Simsbury, 205". 
Bay state monthly, 179. 



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Bayles, R: M. Essex, 235". 

- Haddam, 2361 

- History of Windham county, 
228 1 . 

Bayne, Mrs J. S. Portland, 2381 
Beacon Falls, 241". 
Beardsley, Ambrose & Orcutt, Sam- 
uel. Ansonia, 241. 

The dam and Shelton, 258 9 . 

History of Derby, 242 7 . 

Oxford, 252 9 . 

- Seymour, 253". 

Beardsley, E. E. Handfull of corn 
and the fruit, sermon preached at 
Stratford, 1858, 262". 

Historical sermon delivered 

in St Peter's church, Cheshire, 

2 4 2 5 . 

- History of episcopal church, 
i82 9 . 

- Parsonage of the Blue meet- 
ing house, New Haven, 248*. 

Beers, Ellis & Soule, pub. Atlas of 

New Haven county, 240*. 
Beers, F: W. Atlas of New York, 

255*. 

County atlas of Litchfield, 
184'. 

Benton, M. B. Rose of Sharon, 189'. 

Berlin, 193*. 

Bethany, 24i 7 . 

Bethel, 255'. 

Bethlehem, 185. 

Bill, Ledyard. Pequot land reserva- 
tion, Groton, 216. 

Blague, E: P. Peace; Flag day at 
old Saybrook, 238 3 . 

Blake, H: T. Chronicles of New 
Haven green, 248 3 . 

Blake, S. L. Gurdon Saltonstall, 
scholar, preacher, statesman, 22O 5 . 

- 250th anniversary of settle- 
ment of New London, 22O 7 . 

Bliss, Sylvester. Charter oak, ipp 7 . 
Bloomfield, 193'. 
Bolton, 2ii\ 



Boltwood, L. M. Births, marriages 
and deaths in Hartford, I99 7 . 
Records of Hartford, 200'. 

Bond, Alvan. Historical discourses 
delivered at looth anniversary of 2d 
congregational church, Norwich, 

223 5 . 

Bouton, Nathaniel. Historical dis- 
course on 200th anniversary of 
Norwalk, 259*. 

Bowen, C. W. Woodstock, 232". 

Boyd, John. Annals and family rec- 
ords of Winchester, I9i 5 . 

Boyd's Fairfield county directory, 
255 4 - 

Boyd's New London directory, 22O 7 . 

Bozrah, 2i5 2 . 

Brace, Jonathan. Half century dis- 
course, history of church in New- 
ington, 2O5 1 . 

- Leaf of Milford history, 246". 
Bradley, C: W: Names of proprie- 
tors of New Haven, 1685, 248". 

Bradstreet, Simon. Bradstreet's 
journal, 1664-83, 220*. 

Brainard, J. M. Mother Ann's chil- 
dren, the Enfield shakers, ig6 8 . 

Brainard, W: F. Address in com- 
memoration of Sep. 6, 1781, Gro- 
ton heights 1825, 2i6 T . 

Brainerd, A. Middletown illus- 
trated, 237 2 . 

Brainerd, E. W. Haddam since the 
revolution, 236 3 . 

- Plantation of Thirty Mile 
island, 236*. 

Branford, 24i 8 -42 3 . 

Branford, Congregational church. 

Manual, 242*. 
Breckenridge, F. A. Memories of 

Meriden, 245 9 . 
Bridgeport, 255 8 -s6 3 . 

- directory, "256", 257", 262". 
Bridgeport and East Bridgeport 

directory, 255 9 . 
Bridgewater, i8s 7 . 



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267 



Bristol, I94 1 . 

Centennial celebration of in- 
corporation, 1885, 194. 

Bristol, Congregational church. 
Historical sketch, 194". 

Bristol, Plainville and Terryville 
directory, i88 5 , 194', 205. 

Bronson, Henry. History of Water- 
bury, 254 7 . 

- Medical history and biogra- 
phy, 240*. 

Brookfield, 256'. 
Brooklyn, 228. 

Brown, Abiel. Genealogical history 
of West Simsbury, now Canton, 

I94 9 - 
Browning, A. A. Preston separate 

church, 226 2 . 
Buell, W. H. Clinton, 234'. 

- Killingworth, 236. 
Bugbee, R. G. Church in Thomas- 
ton, I90 5 . 

Burdett, C: L. General description 
of Hartford county, I92 3 . 

Burlington, I94 7 . 

Bushnell, Horace. Twentieth anni- 
versary discourse in North church, 
Hartford, 1853, 200'. 

Bushnell, J. F. An old neighbor- 
hood: Boston street, Madison, 245 5 . 

Cables, M. E. Lake Waramang, 
I9I 1 . 

Calhoun, G: A. Historical address 
at ist centennial celebration of 
church of Christ in North Coven- 
try, 21 1 7 . 

Camp, D. N. Berlin, 193. 

Farmington, igf. 

- New Britain, 2O4 7 . 

Camp, Samuel. Record of mar- 
riages by Rev. Samuel Camp, 
Ridgebury, 260. 

Canaan, 185. 

Canterbury, 228 9 -29 2 . 

Canton, i94 8 -95 2 . 



Carter, C. H. Connecticut bor- 
oughs, 180. 

Case, Levi & Hale, D: B. Canton, 
I95 1 - 

Case, W: S. Granby, 199'. 

Caulkins, F. M. Ancient burial 
ground at New London, 22 1 1 . 

- History of New London, 22i 2 . 

- History of Norwich, 223. 

- Poems on local scenes and in- 
cidents in New London, 22i 3 . 

Chaffee, G. I. Middletown, 237". 
Champlin, J. D., jr. Ancient burial 

ground, at Stonington, 226 7 . 
Chapin, A. B. Glastenbury for 200 

years, centennial discourse, 198. 

- Sermon delivered in Christ 
church, West Haven, on looth an- 
niversary, 252 7 . 

Chaplin, 229'-. 

Chapman, F: W: Births, marriages 
and deaths in Lyme, 219". 

Charter oak, 2OO 3 . 

Chatham, 233 3 . 

Cheever, Ezekiel, trial before church 
of New Haven, 25i 7 . 

Cheshire, 242*. 

Centennial celebration, 242 6 . 

Chester, 233 s . 

Chester, Congregational church. 
Historical sketch, 233*. 

Chew, J. L. Account of the old 
houses of New London, 221*. 

-* Famous old taverns of New 

London, 221*. 

Child, F. S. Old New England 
town, 257 5 . 

Chipman, R: M. History of Har- 
winton, i86 5 . 

Church, Samuel. Address on his- 
tory of Salisbury at centennial cel- 
ebration, 1841, i89 2 . 

Historical address delivered 

at commemoration of looth anni- 
versary of ist annual town meeting 
of Salisbury, i89 2 . 



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City of elms, 248". 

Clark, C: H. Charter oak city, 2OO 6 . 

- Growth of the country, 192*. 
Clark, E. F. Methodist episcopal 

churches of Norwich, 223 7 . 
Clark, Jonathan. Congregational | 

church and its pastors in Hampton, 

229*. 

Clarke, C: H. East Granby, 195". 
Cleaveland, E. L. Governor Gilbert 

Lot, New Haven, 248". 

Sermon delivered on 25th an- 
niversary of author's ministry in 3d 
congregational church, New 
Haven, 248. 

Clinton, 234*. 

Clinton, Congregational church. 

200th anniversary, 234 2 . 
Cogswell, F: H. New Haven, the 

city of elms, 249*. 
Cogswell, W. T. History of Rock- 

ville, 213. 
Colchester, 2is 2 . 

Early births, marriages and 

deaths, 215*. 

Extracts from records, 2I5 3 . 

Cole, J. R. History of Tolland 

county, 2io 7 . 
Colebrook, i86\ 
Coleman, W: H. Church in the 

grove, 228 6 . 
Collier, T. S. Names of first puritan 

settlers, 182*. 
Revolutionary privateers, 

I82 3 . 

Columbia, 21 1 4 . 

Columbia, Congregational church. 
Catalogue of members, 21 1 4 . 

- 1 50th anniversary, 1866, 21 1 5 . 
Comstock, S: M. A river town, 

235". 

Congregational church in Connecti- 
cut General association. Contri- 
butions to ecclesiastical history, 
i8 3 \ 



Congregational church in Connecti- 
cut General conference. Centen- 
nial papers, 182. 

- New Haven east consociation. 
Manual, 234% 24O 3 . 

- Tolland county association. 



Reply to Mr Abbott's statement of 
proceedings in ist society in Cov- 
entry, 21 1 7 . 

Congregational church in Litchfield 
county North and south consoci- 
ations. Proceedings to commem- 
orate centennial anniversary, i84 4 . 

Congregational churches, address to, 

I82 8 . 

Connecticut (colony). Public rec- 
ords, i8o s . 

Connecticut. Public records, i8o 8 . 

Connecticut Adjutant-general. Rec- 
ord of service of Connecticut men 
during the rebellion, i82 5 . 

Record of service of Connec- 
ticut men in the revolution, war of 
1812 and Mexican war, 182. 

Connecticut General court. Patent 
of Plainfield, 2291 
- Patent or charter of Stratford, 

262 7 . 

Connecticut business directory, i8o 7 . 
Connecticut historical society. An- 
nual report, I7Q 9 , iSo 1 , i8i 3 , i83 7 . 

- Collegtions, 179*, i8o 9 . 

- Papers and reports, I7Q 9 , i8o 2 . 
Connecticut magazine, I7Q 5 , iSi 1 . 
Connecticut quarterly, 179", iSi 1 . 
Connecticut register, i8i 5 . 
Connecticut village, 262 8 . 
Cornwall, i86 2 . 

Cornwall, N. E. Gladness for great 
things done, historical discourse, 
Fairport, 257 6 . 

Cothren, William. Ancient deeds in 
Woodbury, I9i 7 . 

- Births, marriages and deaths 
in Bethlehem, 185*. 



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269 



Cothren, William. Births, marriages 
and deaths in Roxbttry i88 9 . 

Births, marriages and deaths 
in Southbury, 253". 

- Births, marriages and deaths 



in Stratford, 262 s . 

- Births, marriages and deaths 



in Washington, 191*. 
History of ancient Woodbury, 



Second centennial celebration 

of the exploration of ancient 

Woodbury, ipi 9 . 
Coventry, 2ii 7 -i2 2 . 
Coventry, Second congregational 

church. Celebration at North 

Coventry, 1^59, 21 1 8 . 
Crocker, H: E. & Howard, H. R. 

History of New England, i84 8 , 

IQ2 4 , 2I0 6 , 2I4 9 , 228 3 , 232 9 , 240 6 , 255 7 . 

Cromwell, 234 3 . 

Grossman, J. W. New-Years dis- 
course delivered at Salisbury, 1803, 
i8 9 3 . 

Notes on iron mines in Salis- 
bury, 189*. 

Croswell, Frederick. History of 
Trinity church, New Haven, 249 3 . 

Croswell, Harry. 40 years in Trin- 
ity parish, New Haven, 24Q 3 . 

Dana, James. There is no reason to 
be ashamed of the gospel, sermon, 
I95 9 - 

Dana, M. M. Norwich memorial, 
1861-65, 223 7 . 

Our brave boys, memorial 

discourse, Norwich, 1865, 223. 

Danbury, 256 4 -57\ 

Town records ,of births, mar- 
riages and deaths, 256*. 

Danbury, First congregational 
church. Bicentennial celebration, 
256". 

Danielsonville directory, 229", 23O 8 . 



Darien, 257-. 

Davenport, A. B. Centennial cele- 
brations, 26l 7 . 

Davies, Rev. Thomas. Biographical 
sketch, i84 3 . 

Davies, T. E. Memorial discourse, 
Unionville, 1876, igf. 

Davies, T: F. Sermon delivered 
Mar. 29, 1839, Green's Farms, 263 7 . 

Davis, C: H.S. History of Walling- 
ford, 242 7 , 246 1 , 254*. 

Dawson, H: B. Battles of the 
United States, 249*, 256 7 , 257 7 . 

- Expedition against Danbury, 



256 7 . 



257 7 . 



Invasion of Connecticut, 249*, 



Day, Thomas. Historical discourse 
delivered before Connecticut his- 
torical society and citizens of Hart- 
ford, 1843, 200 6 . 

Dayton, Frederick & Richardson, N. 
S. Historical sketch of Water- 
town, I9i 3 . 

Deane, Edgar. Among the Litch- 
field hills, 184". 

Dennen, S. R. & Dennen, C. R. 
New Haven county, 240". 

Derby, 242 7 . 

Derby, A. G. S. Riverside ceme- 
tery, 237". 

Dexter, F. B. Inscriptions on tomb- 
stones in New Haven, 249'. 

- New Haven in 1784, 249*. 
Dickerman, J. H. Hamden, 244". 
Dimock, S. W. Births, baptisms 

and deaths in Mansfield, 212". 

- Births, marriages, baptisms 
and deaths in Coventry, 2I2 1 ? 

Dodd, Stephen. East Haven regis- 
ter, 242. 

Dow, Daniel. Reminiscence of past 
events, semi-centennial sermon 
preached in Thompson 1846, 23i 2 . 

Downes, W: H. An old Connecticut 
town, 246 6 . 



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Drake, S: A. New London and 
Norwich, 22i 3 , 223*. 

- Nooks and corners of the 
New England coast, 22i 5 , 223", 239". 

- Saybrook, 23Q 3 . 



Dudley, M. S. History of Crom- 
well, 234 3 . 

Dunning, A. Historical discourse 
preached in Thompson 1855, 23i 3 . 

Durham, 234 5 . 

Dutton, S: W. S. History of the 
North church in New Haven, 249. 

Dwight, Timothy. Statistical ac- 
count of city of New Haven, 249'. 

East Granby, I95 2 . 
East Haddam, 235*. 
East Hampton, Congregational 

church. 1 50th anniversary, 233*. 
East Hartford, i95 8 -96 2 . 
East Haven, 242 9 -43 2 . 
East Lyme, 2i5 7 . 
East Windsor, ig6 3 . 
Eastford, 229 2 . 
Eastman, W: R. Historical address 

at 2Oth anniversary of Plantsville 

church, 2o6 5 . 
Easton, 257 3 . 
Echols, E. S. New England literary 

colony, Nook farm at Hartford, 

200 s . 

Egleston, N. H. The Newgate of 

Connecticut, I95 3 . 
Eliot, Andrew. Letter to Rev. John 

Eliot of Boston concerning the 

burning of Fairfield, 257 7 . 
Ellington, 2I2 3 . 
Ellington, Congregational church. 

Articles of faith and covenant, 212*. 
Emmette, Thomas. . Middlesex 

county, 232. 
Enfield, 196'. 
Essex, 235 8 -36 x . 
Eustis, W: T., jr. History of Chapel 

street church, New Haven, 249 s . 



Fair Haven, First church. Memo- 
rial of the half century anniver- 
sary, 249 s . 

Fairfield, 25; 4 -58 3 . 

Centennial commemoration 



of the burning of Fairfield, 25/ s . 

Fairfield county, 255 4 -63 9 . 

Fairfield county historical society. 
Reports for 1891-95, 255'. 

Fairfield east and Fairfield west con- 
sociations. 150th anniversary, 255 6 . 

Farmington, igf-<$?. 

Farmington, Congregational church. 
Church records, 197*. 

Fenwick, Lady, 239 4 . 

Field, D: D. Centennial address, 
233 5 , 234 4 , 237 4 , 238 9 . 

- History of Haddam and East 
Haddam, 235% 236*. 

Statistical account of Middle- 



sex county, 233\ 

Field, T: P. Discourse delivered on 
2OOth anniversary of ist church of 
Christ in New London, 22i 6 . 

Fletcher, W: I. Hartford county, 

I 9 2 4 . 

Fogg, T: B. Memorial sermon de- 
livered in old Trinity church, 
Brooklyn, 1871, 22&. ' 

Ford, G: H. Town of New Haven, 
250'. 

Foster, L. S. Address delivered be- 
fore New London county histori- 
cal society, 1880, 2i6 7 . 

Fowler, W: C. History of Durham, 

234. 

Local law in Connecticut his- 
torically considered, i8i 2 . 

Ministers of Connecticut in 



the revolution, i82 6 . 
Sermon delivered at dedica- 



tion of South co'ngregational 
church in Durham, 234 s . 
Franklin, 2i5 8 -i6 3 . 



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Franklin, Congregational church. 
Celebration of 150th anniversary, 

2l6\ 

French, J. M. Simsbury copper 
mines, 195*. 

Friends, Quaker Hill, N. Y. Rec- 
ords, 187'. 

Fuller, J. G. Anecdote and local 
story of old Windham, 23i 5 . 

Gallup, A. O. Salem, 226". 
Gallup, J. A. Discourse on con- 
cluding pastorate of 40 years, 245 5 . 

Historical discourse delivered 
on i7Oth anniversary of 1st con- 
gregational church, Madison, 245". 

Gay, Julius. Farmington in revolu- 
tion, igf. 

- Farmington soldiers in colo- 
nial wars, 197". 

Old houses in Farmington, 

I97 8 . 

Gillespie, C. B. Art souvenir edition 
of the Meriden daily journal, 246". 

Souvenir history of Walling- 
ford, 254 2 . 

Gillett, T. P. Past and present of 
congregational church of Bran- 
ford, 242 2 . 

Gilman, D. C. Historical discourse 
delivered in Norwich at bicenten- 
nial celebration, 224 2 . 

Gilman, E: W. Miss Caulkins' his- 
tory of Norwich, 224 2 . 

Glastonbury, 198". 

Glastenbury centennial cele- 
bration, I98 7 . 

Gfidden, K. B. Centennial discourse 

delivered in Mansfield Center 

1876, 212*. 
Gold, T: S. Historical records of 

Cornwall, i86 2 . 
Goodrich, Chauncey. Invasion of 

New Haven by British troeps, 

250'. 



Goodrich, S: G. Recollections of a 

lifetime, 26i\ 

Goodwin, J. O. East Hartford, 196*. 
Goodwin, Nathaniel. Genealogical 

notes, i83 8 . 
Gordon, T: A. Contribution to 

early history of Stonington, 226". 
Goshen, i86 3 . 
Goslee, H: S. Glastonbury sketches, 

io8 8 . 

Goslee, W: S. Glastonbury, 198". 
Granby, I99 1 . 
Greene, M. L. Early Milford, 246 7 . 

- Milford, 246 8 . 

- Milford cemetery, 246*. 

New Haven defenses in revo- 
lution and in war of 1812, 25o 2 . 

Greenwich, 258*. 

Greenwich and Stamford, marriage:* 
on records of St John's protestant 
episcopal church, 258*, 262 2 . 

Greenwich, Second congregational 
church. Exercises at celebration of 
I50th anniversary, 258*. 

Gridley, I. R. & Alvord, Frederick. 
Historical sketch of congrega- 
tional church of Canton Center, 

I94 8 . 
Griffis, W: E. Brother Jonathan 

and his home, 217*. 
Griggs, Leverett. Review of 25 years 

ministry, 194*. 
Griswold, 2i6 4 . 

Griswold, E. W. Church in Center- 
brook, 236". 
Grosvenor, Louis. History of ist 

congregational church and society 

of Woodstock, 23<2 6 . 
Groton, 2i6 5 -i7. 
Guilbert, Edmund. Annals of an old 

parish, Trinity church, Southport, 

257. 
Guilford, 243 3 -44 6 . 

- Proceedings at 25oth anni- 
versary, 243*, 24S 7 . 



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Guilford, First congregational 
church. Proceedings of celebra- 
tion of 25oth anniversary, 243*. 

Gulliver, J: P. Sketch of Broadway 
church, Norwich, 224 3 . 

Saddam, 2361 

Hale, D: B. & Case, Levi. Canton, 
IPS 1 - 

Hall, Edwin. Ancient historical re- 
cords of Norwalk, 260'. 

Hall, Mary. Marlborough, 204 s . 

Hallock, Gerard. History of the 
South congregational church, New 
Haven, 250 3 . 

Hamden, 244 6 -45 3 . 

Centenary of Hamden, 1886, 

244 7 . 

Hammond, Charles. History of 
Union, 213. 

- Sermon preached at rededi- 
cation of congregational church in 
Union, 213". 

Hampton, 22Q 2 . 

Harris, W: W. Battle of Groton 

heights, 2i6 8 , 21 f, 2.2.1?. 
Hart, J. C. Churches in Harwin- 

ton and Southampton, i86 6 , 206. 
Hartford, ioo 3 -204 2 . 

churches, 20O 3 , 200", 2O2 4 . 

- directory, io6 2 , 2OO 5 , 2OO 7 , 201*. 

early history, 2OO 7 . 

town votes, 2OI 1 . 

Hartford, Board of trade. Hartford 

as a manufacturing, business and 
commercial center, 20i 2 . 

Hartford, Christ church. Contribu- 
tions to its history, 2Oi 3 . 

Hartford county, I92 1 -2io 5 . 

Hartford, First congregational 
church. Commemorative exer- 
cises at its 25oth anniversary, 2Oi 5 . 

Historical catalogue, 201". 

Hartford, Fourth congregational 

church. Memorial manual, 2Oi 7 . 



Hartford, Second congregational 
church. Proceedings at 2OOth an- 
niversary, 201 s . 

Hartland, 2O4 2 . 

Harwinton, 186'. 

Harwood, Edwin. Protestant epis- 
copal church in New Haven, 250*. 

Hatch, F. S. West Hartford, 2o; 6 . 

Havens, D. W: Historical dis- 
course delivered at the centennial 
celebration of dedication of the 
Stone meeting house, East Haven, 
243 1 . 

Hawes, Joel. Address at close of 2d 
century of settlement of Hartford. 

20I 9 . 

Historical sketches of ist 
church in Hartford, 202 1 . 

Hawks, F. L. & Perry, W: S. ed. 
Documentary history of protestant 
episcopal church, i83 2 . 

Hayden, J. H. Early Windsor fam- 
ilies, 2OQ 3 . 

Windsor Locks, 210*. 

Hebron, 212". 

Hempstead, Stephen. Description 
of monument on Groton heights, 
2I 7 2 . 

Hibbard, A. G. History of Goshen, 
i86 3 . 

Hickok, L. P. Century sermon de- 
livered before church at Bethel, 
255 7 . 

Higginson, T: W. Presentation of 
plan of ist parish, Lebanon, zif. 

Hillard, E. B. Church in Plymouth, 
i88 6 . 
Plymouth, i88 7 . 

Hine, O. D. Early Lebanon, 2I8 1 . 

Hinman, R. R. Historical collec- 
tion on Connecticut in revolution, 

l82 7 . 

- Names of early puritan set- 
tlers, 183". 

Records of Wethersfield, 2o8 B . 



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Hitchcock, Roland. Burlington, 

I94 7 - 

Hoadly, C: J. Case of witchcraft in 
Hartford, 202 s . 

- Records of colony and plan- 
tation of New Haven, 24O 7 . 

Records of colony or juris- 



diction of New Haven, 24O 7 . 

Holcombe, E. S. G. Ancient bury- 
ing ground of Hartford, 2O2 2 . 

Holley, A. H. Historical address 
delivered at centennial celebration 
in Salisbury 1876, i8oA 

Hollister, G. H. Address before 
Litchfield county historical and 
antiquarian society, i84 6 . 

Holloway, C.. M. Daughter of puri- 
tans, 22I 9 . 

- Historic New London, 222\ 

- The old whaling port, 222 1 . 
Hotchkiss, F: W: Retrospect on the 

ministry and church of Saybrook, 
239 s - 

Howard, H. R. & Crocker, H: E. 
History of New England, 184", 
192*, 2io 8 , 2i4 9 , 228 s , 232", 240 6 , 255 7 . 

Hubbard, P. E. Epitaphs copied 
from the old burying ground, 
Middletown, 237*. 

Hunt, Daniel. History of Pomfret, 
2 3 o 3 . 

Huntington, 258". 

Huntington, E. B. History of Stam- 
ford, 257 2 , 261'. 

Stamford soldiers' memorial, 

262 1 . 

Huntington, M.. C. Early Lebanon, 
2i8 2 . 

Hurd, D. H. History of New Lon- 
don county, 214. 

Hyde, B.W. Reminiscences of Bean 
Hill, Norwich, 224 s . 

Ives, J. S. Historical sermon of ist 
church, East Hampton, 233*. 



Jeffries, W. L. Taxes under Gov. 

Andros, 219*. 
Johnson, E. E. & Mies, H. B. Town 

of East Haddam, 235'. 
Johnston, Alexander. Bibliography 

of Connecticut, i8o 3 . 

Connecticut, 181*. 

Jones, H: R. Barkhamsted, 185*. 

Sketches of the people and 

places of New Hartford, iS; 3 . 

Jones, Mrs S. L. New Hartford, 
187*. 

Journal publishing co. Souvenir his- 
tory of Bristol, I94 4 . 

Judd, Sylvester. Dutch House of 
good hope at Hartford, 2O2 3 . 

K, I. A. The smitten village, 2if. 

Kent, i86 7 . 

Kilbourn, D. C. Litchfield, i86 8 . 

- New Milford, 187". 

Washington, 191*. 

Kilbourne, P. K. Biographical his- 
tory of Litchfield, i84 7 . 

- Sketches and chronicles of 
Litchfield, i86 9 . 

Killingly, 229 5 . 

Killingworth, 236". 

Kingsley, J. L. Historical discourse 
delivered on the 2OOth anniversary 
of the ist settlement of New 
Haven, 250 5 . 

Kinney, J: C. War of the rebellion, 

I 9 2 5 . 

Knapp, William. Fairfield county, 

255 7 - 

- Litchfield county, 184". 
Knight, C. T. Enfield, 196 s . 
Knouse, W: H. Town of Saybrook, 

239*. 

Lacey, R. B. & Orcutt, Samuel. 

Inscriptions in the cemetery at 

Easton, 257 s . 
Lamb, Mrs M. J. R. Lyme, 219*. 



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Lambert, E: R. History of colony 
of New Haven before and after 
union with Connecticut, 240". 

- Stamford, 262'. 

Larned, E. D. Historic gleanings in 
Windham county, 228 2 . 

- Killingly church records, 



22 9 5 . 

Three Killingly boys, 22Q 7 . 

- Windham county, 228". 
Lathrop, G: P. Model state capitol, 

202 4 . 

Learned, R. C. Congregational 
churches and ministers in Wind- 
ham county, 228 3 . 

Lebanon, 2i7 7 -i8 8 . 

rate bill for north parish, 
1741, 2i8 5 . 

Ledyard, 21 8 s . 

Lee, Andrew. Half century sermon 
preached at Hanover, 1818, 218". 

Lee, W: W. Barkhamsted and its 
centennial, 1879, 185*. 

Barkhamsted men who served 
in various wars 1775 to 1865, 185*. 

Historical address at dedica- 
tion of soldiers' monument in 
Barkhamsted, 1897, 185. 

Leete, W: W. Away from the rail- 
road in Connecticut, i84 8 . 

Levermore, C: H. Republic of New 
Haven, 250. 

- Town and city government of 
New Haven, 250. 

Two centuries and a half in 



Guilford, 243 9 . 
Lisbon, 2i8 s . 
Litchfield, i86 T -87 2 . 
Litchfield county, i84 2 -9i 9 . 

- celebration, 184", 185'. 

- history of, 184". 

Loomis, I. F. Bacon academy, 2i5 5 . 

- Chatham, 233". 

Lord, Benjamin. Jubilee, an half- 
century discourse on completion 



of 50 years ministry in Norwich, 

224 5 . 

Lyman, Ephraim. Farewell dis- 
course, preached in Plymouth at 
close of his ministry in ist congre- 
gational society, i88 7 . 

Lyme, 219*. 

McClure, David. Settlement and an- 
tiquities of Windsor, 209 4 . 

McEwen, Abel. Half-century ser- 
mon on ist congregational society 
in New London, 1857, 222*. 

McLaughlin, D. D. T. Rededica- 
tion of congregational church in 
Sharor% 1864, 189". 

Madison, 245*. 

Manchester, 2O4 3 . 

Manchester, First church of Christ, 
looth anniversary, 2o8 3 . 

Mansfield, 2i2 7 -i3 3 . 

Marlborough, 2O4 5 . 

Mason, Samuel. Expedition from 
New London to Woodstock, 232 7 . 

Massachusetts historical society. Col- 
lections, 204", 209 4 , 229 8 , 244 3 , 257 7 . 

- Proceedings, 21 f, 232'. 
Mathewson, R. W. Medical profes- 
sion in Middlesex county, 233 2 . 

Mead, D. M. History of Greenwich, 
258'. 

Meriden, 245 8 -46 4 . 

directory, 246". 

Merwin, Samuel. Discourse on com- 
pletion of 50 years service in the 
ministry of the gospel, New Ha- 
ven, 250 7 . 

Middlebury, 246 4 . 

Middlefield, 236'. 

Middlesex county, 232 s -39 9 . 

- history, 233 2 . 
Middletown, 236 8 -38 2 . 

old graveyard, 237 7 . 

Middletown and Meriden directory, 
237 5 , 246 3 . 



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Middletown and Portland directory, 
237', 238. 

Milford, 246 6 -47 4 . 

Miller, H. E. Ridgefield, 26i 2 . 

Monroe, 259*. 

Montville, 219. 

" Moodus noises," 23.^. 

Moore, J. B. Memoir of Theophilus 
Eaton, 24I 1 . 

Moore, W: H. Torringford, IQO 6 . 

Moravian historical society. Me- 
morial of dedication of monuments 
erected to mark site of ancient 
missionary stations in New York 
and Connecticut, i83 3 . 

Morgan, W: F. Centenary dis- 
course delivered in Christ church, 
Norwich, 1849, 224. 

Morris, i87 a . 

Morris, James. Statistical account 
of several towns in the county of 
Litchfield, i85 2 . 

Morris, M. N. Two discourses on 
completion of a century and a half 
from organization of congrega- 
tional church in West Hartford, 
20 7 7 . 

Morse, Abner. Early settlers of 
Plainfield, 229". 

Origin of Woodstock, 232 T . 
Morse, Gardner. Recollections of 

the appearance of New Haven be- 
tween 1825 and 1837, 250*. 

Nash, F: H. Names and ages of all 
old folks in Connecticut, 184*. 

Nash, Sylvester. Records of Say- 
brook, 239 5 . 

Naugatuck, 247". 

Naugatuck valley directory, i85 3 ,24i 2 , 
26 3 \ 

New Britain, 204". 

directory, 204 s . 
New Canaan, 259 1 . 



New Canaan, Congregational church. 
Historical account of celebration 
of 150th anniversary, 259 2 . 

New England historical and genea- 
logical register, I79 6 . 

New England magazine, 179. 

New Fairfield, 259 3 . 

- congregational church, 259 s . 
New Hartford, 187". 

New Hartford, North congrega- 
tional church. Confession of faith, 
covenant and rules of order, i87 5 . 

New Haven, 247 5 -52 2 . 

commerce, manufacture and 

resources, 249 2 . 
directory, 251*, 252 7 . 

- looth anniversary of the city, 



250". 

Proceedings in commemoration 



of settlement of New Haven, 251*. 
New Haven colony; early laws and 

history, 241*. 
New Haven colony historical society. 

Inscriptions on tombstones in 

Guilford, 244 1 . 

Papers, I79 T , 24i 3 . 

New Haven county, 24O 1 -55 3 . 
directory, 241*. 

- leading business men, 240 9 . 
New London, 22O 3 -23 2 . 

- directory, 2i7 3 , 222 4 . 

New London Selectmen. Orders 
drawn, 1764-66, 222*. 

New London county, 2i4 3 -27 9 . 

New London county historical so- 
ciety. Records and papers, I79 7 , 
214". 

New London, First church of Christ. 
Manual, 222*. 

New Milford, i87 5 -88 2 . 

- directory, 187". 

New Milford, First congregational 
church. Manual, 187, i88\ 

New York historical society. Col- 
lections, 24I 1 , 257 1 . 



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Ncw< oml>, Thomas. Account !><><, I . 
218'. 

Newell, P. R. Bri'-i-.l hist6rical ami 
ntific society, MM 

Newington, 205'. 

Newington, Congregational clnirdi. 
Manual, 205;*. 

Newton, H. G. Dm ham. ..'.$4". 

Newtown, 259. 

Nichols, J: C. Histomal ermon 
delivered on 1501)1 anniversary of 
1st congregation, -i I church, Leb- 
anon, 218*. 

Niles, H. B. Old chinm< \ lacks of 
East Haddam, 235*. 

- & Johnson, E. E. East Had- 
dam, 235". 

Niles, J. M. & Pease, J: C. Gazet- 
teer of Connecticut and Rhode 
Island, l8l 6 . 

Norfolk, 188*. 

North Branford, 252*. 

North Canaan, i88 4 . 

North Haven, 252*. 

North Stonington, 22.3*. 

Northrup, C: A. First church of 
Norwich, 224. 

Norton, Edward. Goshen, 186*. 

Norton, F: E. Pastor of the church 
militant, 242*. 

Norton, M. L. Bristol, MM' 

- Wolcott plateau, 255'. 
Norwalk, 2S9-6o 5 . 

directory, 259, 260". 
Norwich, 223 8 -25. 

directory, 225'. 

- first settlement, 224'. 

inscriptions from l>m 
ground, 2124*. 

- Norwich jubilee, /<S'5<A 224'. 
.Norwich hoard of trade. Norwich, 

its importance, 225'. 

Nott, Samuel. Reasons lor num. 

tcrial fidelity, half centurj sermon, 

2l6'. 




Old Lymc, j_>5'. 

Old Lyme, I'irst COngl 

church, Manual, 225'. 
old Saybfook, 23*'. 
Old Saybrook, l-'irst church ol 

( Ihriftt, ( 'elehrat ion ol jnjol li ;m 
niversary, 2.$X'. 

Olmstcad, Mrs M. ('anlerbury rec- 
ords, 22>'. 

Orange, 252. 

' >rcnii, Samuel, Bridgeport, 250-''. 

I I ist or y ol New M i I ford and 
Bridgewater, 185", i88\ 

I I istory of old town of St rat 



ford, 263'. 

History of Wolcott, 255-. 

- Indians of the Housatonic 
and Naugatuck valleys, i8i s . 

- Torrington, 190". 



Orcutt, Samuel & Beardsley, Am 
brose. Ansonia, 241". 

- The dam and Shelton, 258. 

- History of Derby, 242 7 . 
Oxford, 252. 

- Seymour, 253". 

Orcutt, Samuel & Lacey, R. B. In- 
scriptions in the cemetery at Eas- 
ton, 257". 

Otis, H. N. From Greenwich town 
records, 258 7 . 

Otis library, Norwich. ( 'omiect icut 
li istory, l8o 8 . 

Oxford, 252". 

Perry, W: S. & Hawks. K. L. 

I )ociiiiieiit a r v hist i n'\ ol | >n >\c^ 

taut episcopal church, iS.V. 

I'etei's, S: A. < ieneral l)istor\, I S I ". 

Phelps, N A. Canton, 105'. 



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I'lirlps, N. A. Granby, ipp 2 . 

- History of copper mines and 
Newgate prison at Granby, 195*. 

- History of Simsbury, Granby 
and Canton, 2o6 l . 

Phelps, R: H. History of the New- 
gate of Connecticut at Simsbury, 

195. 

Newgate of Connecticut, 195". 
Phipps, W. H. Church in Prospect, 

253 1 - 

Pinney, A. E. Ellington, 212*. 

Tit kin, Mrs A. H. Our neighbor- 
hood churches, 183*. 

Plainfield, 229 7 . 

I'lainville, 205. 

I Matt, W. C. Inscriptions from 
gravestones in Lieut. Henry 
Bennett's burying ground in Sher- 
man, 261*. 

Plymouth, 188*. 

Pomfret, 230*. 

- deaths recorded on records 
of congregational church, Abing- 
ton, 230 2 . 

Pomfret, First church of Christ. 
150th anniversary, 230*. 

Pond, N. G. Inscriptions on tomb- 
stones in Milford, 246, 247'. 

- Story of the memorial in 
honor of the founders of Milford, 
247*. 

Poquonock, Congregational church. 

Historical manual, 209*. 
I'orter, J: A. Picturesque Pomfret, 

230'. 
Porter, Noah. Farmington, 197*. 

Half century discourse as 
pastor of ist church in Farming- 
ton, 198*. 

Historical discourse at looth 

anniversary of erection of congre- 
gational church in Farmington, 
108*. 

Historical discourse in com- 



memoration of original settlement 
of Farmington, io8 8 . 

- Old meeting-house at Farm- 



ington, 198*. 

Porter, W: S. Archives of Con- 
necticut, 180*. 

- Historical notices of Con- 
necticut, 2O2 9 , 207*. 

Portland, 238". 

Postoffices, list of, 181*. 

Potter, W: H. Groton, 217'. 

Potts, William. Old Farmington, 
198. 

Powell, L. P. ed. Historic towns 
of New England, 203", 249'. 

Powers, Grant. Address to people 
of Goshen at ist centennial cele- 
bration, 186. 

Pratt, J. A. Westbrook, 239*. 

Preston, 226 1 . 

Prince, Rev. Thoma-, extracts of let- 
ters to, i8i x . 

Probate districts, historical notes on, 
i8l 8 . 

Prospect, 253'. 

Punderson, L. S. & Barber, J: W. 
History and antiquities in New 
Haven, 248 1 . 

Putnam, 230". 

- directory, 229'', 230". 
Putnam, Austin. Church in Whit- 

neyville, 245 1 . 

Putnam's monthly historical maga- 
zine, 179*. 

Bandall, F. E. Memoranda of in- 
scriptions in old burying ground 
at Colchester, 215. 

Rathbun, J. G. Backward glances 
at Hartford, 2O2 7 . 

Rathbun, Jonathan. Narrative, 217*. 

Raymond, M. D. Rev. Blackleach 
Uurritt and related Stratford fam- 
ilies, 263'. 



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Redding, 26o 5 . 

Regicides, cave of the, New Haven, 
248". 

Reid, Adam. Historical address be- 
fore congregational church in Sal- 
isbury at their ist centennial cele- 
bration, 1884, iSp 5 . 

Relyea, B : J. Celebration in Green's 
Farms, historical discourse at 150th 
anniversary of church, 263*. 

Richardson, N. S. & Dayton, Fred- 
erick. Historical sketch of Water- 
town, IQI 3 . 

Ridgefield, 26o 7 -6i 3 . 

Ridgefield, First congregational 
church. Concise history, 261'. 

Robbins, S. W. Manchester, 204*. 

Robbins, Thomas. Century sermon 
delivered at Danbury, 256*. 

Roberts, M. L. Town of Chatham, 
233 7 - 

Rockville, Stafford Springs & Tol- 
land county directory, 2io 7 . 

Rockwell, E. F. Columbia papers 
concerning early history of town, 
2i8 5 . 

Rockwell, Reuben. Colebrook, i86\ 

Rocky Hill, 205'. 

Roxbury, i88 9 . 

Roys, Auren. Brief history of Nor- 
folk, i88 3 . 

Rudd, M. D. Inscriptions at Salis- 
bury Center, Lime Rock, etc., iSp 6 . 

Ruggles, Thomas. History of Guil- 
ford, 244'. 

Russell, G. W. Early medicine and 
early medical men, i8i 7 . 

Saffell, W. T. R. Charter oak, 2O2 8 . 
Salem, 226'. 

Salem press historical and genealo- 
gical record, 179". 
Salisbury, 189*. 

Salisbury, Congregational church, 
anniversary, 1894, 189". 



Salisbury, E: E. & Salisbury, Mrs 
Eveline (McCurdy). Family his- 
tories and genealogies, 219, 225\ 

Introductory notes on Lyme, 
Old Lyme, 2i9 5 , 225*. 

Saybrook, 239*. 

Saybrook's quadrimillennial, 

239". 
Schenck, Mrs E.. H. History of 

Fairfield, 258 3 . 
Scotland, 230. 
Scott, Joseph. Historical century 

sermon delivered in Derby, 242 8 . 
Sedgwick, C:F: History of Sharon, 

i90\ 
Selleck, C: M. Address at centenary 

of St Paul's church, Norwalk, 26o 3 . 

Norwalk, 26o 3 . 

Seymour, 253 2 . 

Seymour, Congregational church. 

Manual, 253 3 . 
Sharon, i89 7 -90 4 . 
Sharpe, W: C. Annals of the metho- 

dist episcopal church of Seymour, 

253 4 . 

History of Oxford, 252". 

- History of Seymour, 253 5 . 

South Britain sketches and 
records, 253 7 . 

- Vital statistics of Seymour, 



Sheldon, H. S. Documentary his- 
tory of Suffield, 2O/ 2 . 

- Suffield, 207 2 . 

Shepard, James. Reservoir park, 

West Hartford, 207". 

Tories of Connecticut, i82 s . 
Sherman, 261*. 
Shipman, T: L. Historical discourse, 

New Years sermon delivered in 
Jewett city 1856, 216*. 
Shirley, Arthur. Discourse delivered 

on 2OOth anniversary of Old Lyme 

congregational church, 225*. 

- First church of Old Lyme, 



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279 



Sibley, J. L. Col. J. Upsham and 

the attack on Groton, 217". 
Silliman, S: C. Town of Chester, 

233". 

Simsbury, 2O5 8 -6 2 . 

Slafter, E. F. Inscriptions on grave- 
stones in North Mansfield, 213*. 

Smith, E: A. Church in Farming- 
ton, ig8 5 . 

Smith, H: B. Historical discourse 
delivered at close of ist century of 
Abington church, 230". 

Smith, I. P. Church in Wolcott, 

255 s . 
Smith, R. D. History of Guilford, 

2 44 4 . 

Smyth, S: P. N. Historical discourse 
delivered at 250th anniversary of 
ist church in New Haven, 25i 4 . 

Somers, 2I3 3 . 

Sons of the American revolution- 
Connecticut society. Lebanon war 
office, 2i8 6 . 

South Windsor, 2o6 3 . 

Southbury, 2S3 6 . 

Southington, 2o6 5 . 
directory, 2o6 7 . 

Southington, Congregational church. 
Confessions of faith and covenant, 
206 6 . 

Southwick, G. O. History of con- 
gregational church, North Mans- 
field, 2I3 2 . 

Spencer, L. S. Census of Nauga- 
tuck, 1877, 247 3 . 

Sperry, R. T. East Windsor's share 
in revolution, ig6 5 . 

Sprague, 226. 

Sprague, W: B. Discourse delivered 
on completion of century from 
organization of congregational 
church in Andover, 2io 8 . 

Sermon preached at dedication 
of new congregational church in 
Andover, 2io 9 .' 



Stafford, 213*. 

directory, 213*. 



Stamford, 26i G -62 4 . 

historical sketch of Daven- 



port ridge, 261*. 
Stamford registration of 



births, marriages and deaths, 262 s . 

Stamford and Greenwich, marriages 
on records of St John's protestant 
episcopal church, 262". 

Stamford, Baptist church. Centen- 
nial services, 262*. 

Stanton, Mrs H. A. Aged residents 
of Stonington, 227". 

Stark, Benjamin. Historical sketch 
of schools of New London, 222 7 . 

Starr, F. F. Marriages performed 
by Daniel Wetherell in New Lon- 
don county, .2i4 8 . 

Starr, M.. S. Home of Timothy and 
Jonathan Edwards, IQ6 5 . 

Starr, W: H. Centennial historical 
sketch of New London, 222 s . 

Start, .E. A. New England New- 
gate, I95 7 . 

Steiner, B. C. Governor William 
Leete, 241*. 

- History of plantation- of Me- 
nunkatuck and of original town of 
Guilford, 244", 245'. 

Sterling, 23 1 1 . 

Stevens, Nathaniel. Reminiscences 
of Canaan, i85 9 . 

Stiles, H: R. History and genealo- 
gies of ancient- Windsor, 193", 196, 

206 3 , 2OQ 5 , 2IO 5 . 

History of ancient Windsor, 

196", 206 3 , 209, 2I0 3 . 

- Parish of Ellington, 2I2 5 . 
Wintonbury parish, now 



Bloomfield, I93 8 . 
Stone, R. E. Manual for use of 

members of congregational church 

in Danbury, 256. 
Stonington, 226 6 -27 8 . 



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Stonington. Defence against British 

squadron 1814, 226 s . 
Stonington, First congregational 

church. History, 227*. 

Manual, 227*. 

Stoughton, J. City of elms, 251*. 
Stoughton, J: A. Windsor farmes, 

2O9 8 . 
Stratford, 262^-63^. 

early settlers, 262 9 . 
Stratford, Congregational church. 

Quarto-millennial anniversary, 263*. 

Stratford-on-the-Sound, 263*. 

Strong, Joseph. Sermons preached 
on completion of 50th year of au- 
thor's ministry, 225. 

Stuart, I: W. Hartford in the olden 
time, 202 9 . 

Suffield, 207 1 . 

Celebration of bicentennial 

anniversary, 2O7 3 . 

Suffield, First congregational church. 
Exercises of dedication and in- 
stallation, 207*. 

Proceedings on I5oth anni- 
versary of decease of Rev. Benja- 
min Ruggles, 207 5 . 

Sumner, C: F. Bolton, 21 1 2 . 

- Medical profession, 2io 8 . 
Swift, Rowland. Commerce and 
banking, 203*. 

T, H. C. From Pomfret celebration 

of I50th anniversary of 1st church 

organization, 23O T . 
Taintor, C: M. Early records of 

Brainford, now Branford, 242 3 . 
Talcott, M. C. New Britain, 204. 
Talcott, M.. K. Copy of records of 

Rev. Thomas White, ist pastor of 

church in Bolton, 21 1 2 . 

General history of Hartford 

county to end of revolutionary 
war, 192. 

General history of Hartford 



Talcott, M.. K. Hartford since 1784, 

20 3 5 . 

- Hartford, the birthplace of 
American democracy, 2O3 2 . 

List of burial or " Sextons 
list " of Center church burying 
ground, Hartford, 2O3 3 . 
Original proprietors of Hart- 



ford, 203 5 . 
Talmadge, W. G. Inscriptions from 

stones in old burying ground at 

Plymouth, i88 8 . 
Tarbox, I. N. Dutch traders on the 

river and the House of hope, I92 6 . 
East Windsor, ig6 7 . 

Emigration; new towns 

planted from Hartford county,^ 7 . 

How the river towns came to 



be planted, I92 8 . 

The river towns, 1635-66, 192*. 



to revolution, 203 2 . 



South Windsor, 2o6 4 . 

Taylor, Jeremiah. First church, 
MiJdletown, 238 1 . 

Taylor, Lester. Hartland, 2O4 3 . 

Taylor, W: H. Connecticut capitol, 
203". 

Teasdale, T: C. Historical discourse 
containing an account of ist bap- 
tist church in New Haven, 251. 

Teller, D. W. History of Ridgefield, 
261". 

Thayer, D: H. Centennial discourse 
delivered on looth anniversary of 
Mt Carmel congregational church, 
Hamden, 245". 

Thomaston, 190*. 

Thompson, 23I 1 . 

Thorpe, S. B. North Haven annals, 
252". 

Tillotson, E: S. Glastonbury in- 
scriptions, I98 9 . 

- Rocky Hill inscriptions, 2O5 T . 

Wethersfield inscriptions, 2o8 7 . 

Timlow, H. R. Ecclesiastical and 
other sketches of Southington, 

206 8 . 



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Todd, C: B. American Newgate, 
I95 7 . 

History of Redding, 260". 

Massacre at Fort Griswold, 
1781, 2if. 

- Old New England sea-port, 

222 s . 

Tolland, 21$. 
Tolland county, 2io 5 -i4 2 . 
Tomlinson, Simon. Plainville, 205". 
Torrington, ipo 5 . 

Townshend, C: H. British invasion 
of New Haven, 25i 6 . 

- New Haven harbor, 251. 
Trowbridge, T: R. Ancient houses 

of New Haven, 25i 7 . 

- History of Long wharf in 
New Haven, 25i s . 

Trowbridge, T: R., jr. History of 
the ancient maritime interests of 
New Haven, 251. 

Trumbull, 263". 

Trumbull, Benjamin. Century ser- 
mon delivered at North Haven 
1801, 252 5 . 

- Complete history, i8i 8 . 
Trumbull, J. H. Indian names of 

places, 182*. 

- Memorial history of Hartford 
county, IQ3 1 . 

Tully, W: B. Town of Old Say- 
brook, 238'. 

Tuttle, Hiram. History and remi- 
niscences of monthly meeting of 
congregational ministers of New 
London county, 2i4 7 . 

Tuttle, R. H. Windsor, 209". 

Twitchell, W: I. ed. Hartford in 
history, 203". 

Tyler, J: E. Historical discourse at 
150th anniversary of ist church, 
231". 

Tyler, R. U. Inscriptions in an an- 
cient burying ground, Middletown, 
238'. 



Union, 213*. 

U. S. Geological survey, 
graphical atlas, i82 2 . 



Topo- 



Van Alstyne, Lawrence. Born, mar- 
ried and died in Sharon, igo 3 . 

Van Hoosear, D. H. Complete copy 
of inscriptions on monuments in 
the oldest cemetery in Norwalk, 
260*. 

Vernon, 2i3 s -i4\ 

Vernon, First congregational church. 
Confession of faith and covenant, 
2I4 1 - 

Viets, Roger. Records at Simsbury, 
1763-1800, 2o6 2 . 

Voluntown, 227". 

Wadsworth, Daniel. Diary, 1737- 
47, 203 7 . 

Wainwright, W. A. M. Medical his- 
tory of Hartford county, IQ3 2 . 

Walden, Treadwell. " Rose of New 
England," 225 5 . 

Waldo, L. P. Early history of Tol- 
land, 2I3 5 . 

Walker, G: L. ist church of Hart- 
ford, 2O3 7 . 

& Bacon, Leonard. Sermons 

preached in ist church of Christ 
in Hartford, ipp 5 . 

Walkley, Stephen. Southington, 

206 8 . 

Wallingford, 253 7 -54 2 - 
directory, 254 2 . 



Walworth, R. H. Hyde genealogy, 

2I4 8 - 
Warner, C: D. Domestic and social 

life in colonial times, 203". 
Warner, Mrs E. G. BloomfieM, 193'. 
Warren, 190". 
Warren, Franklin. Church in Nau- 

gatuck, 247*. 
Washington, io_o 9 -9i 2 . 



NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY BIBLIOGRAPHY BULLETINS 

This series is mostly selected from original bibliographies presented by the library 
school students as a condition of graduation. The library is glad to receive suggestions 
of subjects on which bibliographies or reading lists are specially needed, and contribu- 
tions of available material are invited. 

i Guide to the study of James Abbott McNeill Whistler. i6p. 

May 1895. Out of print. 
2-4 Colonial New England ; Travel in North America ; History of the 

1 7th century. Sop. July 1897. Price 10 cents. 
5 Selection of reference books for use of cataloguers in finding full 

names. 220. Jan. 1898. New edition in preparation. 
6-8 Japan; Venice; Out-of-door books. 64p, Feb. 1898. Price 

10 cents. 
9-1 1 Netherlands; Renaissance art of i$th and i6th centuries; 

History of latter half of i5th century. i28p. Ap. 1898. Price 

15 cents. 

12 Best books of 1897. 28p. June 1898. Price 5 cents. 

13 Fairy tales for children. 300. June 1898. Price 5 cents. 

14 Index to. subject bibliographies in library bulletins tc Dec. 31, 1897. 

62p, Aug. 1898. Price 10 cents. 

15-17 Russia; Nature study in primary schools; Biography of musi- 
cians. 1 5 op. Jan. 1899. Price 15 cents. 

18 Best books of 1898. 28p. May 1899. Price 5 cents. 

19 College libraries in the United States. 52p. Dec. 1899. Price 10 

cents. 

20 House decoration and furnishing. 2op. Dec. 1899. Price 5 cents. 

21 Best books of 1899. 28p. May 1900. Price 5 cents. 

22 Domestic economy. i44p. Jan. 1901. Price 20 cents. 

23 Connecticut local history. ii4p. Dec. 1900. Price 15 cents. 

24 New York colonial history. In press. 

The following manuscript bibliographies are available for consultation in the library 
or may be lent under certain conditions. The Decimal classification subject number 
precedes each title. 

012 Phillips Brooks. G: W. C. Stockwell, '95 

012 Hawthorne. N. E. Browne, '89 

012 Ben Jonson. Mrs Mary (Wellman) Loomis, '90 

012 Charles Kingsley. E. E.. Burdick, '90 

012 Poems on Lincoln,Grant,Sherman and Sheridan. M.. L.. Sutliff/93 

012 John Lothrop Motley. M.. E. Robbins, '92 

012 Robert Louis Stevenson. E. S. Wilson, '98 

012 Charles Sumner. H. W. Denio, '94 

012 Bayard Taylor. W: S. Burns, '91 

012 John Wesley. E. L.. Foote, '92 

013 Members of the A. L. A. H.. C. Silliman, '95 
016.0285 Lists of books for children. J. Y. Middleton, '91 
016.2217 Higher criticism of the Old testament: select. Rev. 

W: R. Eastman, '92 
016.246 Christian art: select. M.. L. Davis, '92 

016.27 Church history : reading list. Elizabeth Harvey, '90 

016.28 Religious denominations of the United States: select. 

G: F. Bowerman, '95 

N. Y. 1896. Cathedral library association 750. 

016.33185 Clubs for boys and working girls. J. D. Fellows, '97 



Bibliographies and reading lists (continued) 
016.33622 Single tax. Ethel Garvin, '98 

To be printed as New York state library bibliography bulletin. 

016.339 Tramps and vagrants. L. D. Waterman, '97 
016.352073 Municipal government. M.. L. Jones, '92; J. A. Rath- 
bone, '93; E. D. Biscoe, '96 
016.36 Scientific study of philanthropy. I. E. Lord, '97 

Printed in A merican journal of sociology, Jan. 1898, 3:566-76. Separate re- 
print 250. 

016.361 New philanthropy: reading list. H.. G. Sheldon, '93 
016.3722 Frobel and the kindergarten. Aim6e Guggenheimer, '99 

To be printed as New York state library bibliography bulletin. 

016.376 Education of women. M.. E.. Hawley, '93 

016.37813 Consolidated index to university extension periodicals. 

Myrtilla Avery, '95 
016.3982 English works on King Arthur and the Round Table. 

F. R. Curtis, '96 

016.7 Art of the 1 7th century: reading list. N.. M. Pond, '96 

016.7266 Some famous cathedrals: reading list. Mrs L. M. 

(Sutermeister) Delap, '90 

016.75 Ten popular paintings: reading list. Ada Bunnell, '91 

016.77 Photography, 1880-98. E. A. Brown, '98 

016.792 Greek and Latin plays produced by schools, colleges and 

universities in the United States. G: G. Champlin, '95 
016.796 Cycling. Mrs Louise (Langworthy) Gage, '97 
016.799 Angling, 1883-93. Henrietta Church, '93 
016.811 Minor American poetry, 1860-97 : select. B. S, Smith, '97 
016.82 English literature of later i8th century: select. M.. C. 

Swayze, '89 

016.823 Fiction for girls : select. A. B. Kroeger, '91 
016.907 Study and teaching of history. J. I. Wyer jr, '98 

To be printed by the American historical association. 

016.91 Graded list of history and travel prepared in the Lincoln 

(Neb.) public library for the use of the Lincoln public 
schools. E. D. Bullock, '94 

016.914 Books to read before going to Europe: reading list. 
S.. W. Cattell, '90 

Printed in Book news, July i8qo, 8 : 393-95. 

016.916 English and American explorations in Africa since 1824: 

reading list. H.. W. Rice, '93 

016.91747 Literature relating to the Hudson river. M.T.Wheeler, ? 9i 
016.9174753 Adirondack mountains. C. A. Sherrill, '98 

To be printed by the New York state forestry commission. 

016.9178 Travels west of the Mississippi prior to 1855; a partial 
bibliography of printed personal narratives. K. L. 
Sharp, '92 

016.92 200 books in biography for popular library: select. 

Mabel Temple, '90 

016.9207 Josephine and the women of her time. Mary Ellis, '92 
016.94144 Edinburgh: reading list. W. G. Forsyth, '93 
016.9737478 Missouri in the civil war. B. E. Rombauer, '99 
016.9752 Maryland ; colonial and revolutionary history. W. I. 

Bullock, '92 
020.5 Consolidated classified index to the Library journal, v. i-i 2. 

B. R. Macky, '92; J. L. Christman, '93; C. S. Hawes, '94; 

J. G. Cone, '95 






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