Middlesex County CT

Middlesex County CT. This county is bounded North by Hartford county, East by Hartford and New London counties, South by Long Island Sound, and West by New Haven county. The general surface of the county is uneven. The soil is generally good, particularly adjacent to Connecticut river. There are many small streams which afford mill privileges, fertilizing the soil and living beauty to the county. The waters of the Connecticut afford it an important business in navigation, especially in the coasting trade. There are numerous manufacturing establishments in the county; large quantities of freestone are quarried and carried to market, and the shad fishery gives employment to many of its people. Middlesex county contains an area of 342 square miles. Capitals — Middletown and Haddam.

Middlesex County, Connecticut Census

  1790 Middlesex County, Connecticut Census Free 1790 Census Form for your Research Hosted at Ancestry.com – Ancestry Free Trial 1790 Middlesex County, Census (images and index) $ Free 1790 Census Transcriptions Chatham Township East Haddam Township Haddam Township Killingworth Township Middletown Township Hosted at Census Guide 1790 U.S. Census Guide 1800 Middlesex County, Connecticut […]

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Leonard Enos Todd of Oakville CT

Leonard Enos Todd9, (Dwight E.8, Leonard7, Ely6, Jonah5, Stephen4, Samuel3, Samuel2, Christopher1) born May 10, 1880, in Woodbridge, New Haven County, Conn., baptised Nov. 24, 1881, in Christ Church Parish, Bethany, Conn., married May 24, 1917, Grace Lavinia Ingraham, in Christ Church, Bethany, the same Parish Church where he had been baptised, confirmed and ordained.

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Early Indian Wars in New England

The history of the settlers of New England is fraught with the troubles of Indian hostilities. This is a history of the early Indian wars in New England. In 1620, a company belonging to Mr. Robinson’s church, at Leyden, in Holland, foreseeing many inconveniences likely to increase, from the residence of English dissenters under a

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