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Colebrook. Incorporated 1779
974.61 081 Family records of early and present residents of Cornwall, p. 241-325.
Goshen. Incorporated 1739
and biographies based upon the records of L. M. Norton. 620p.
974.61 G691 Genealogies of early Goshen families, p. 107–572; marriages, p. 573-92. Norton, Edward. Goshen. (see History of Litchfield county. 1881. P. 333-46)
974.61 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. Hartford 1839.
974.61 G69 Harwinton. Incorporated 1737 Chipman, R: M. History of Harwinton, Ct. 1522. Hartford 1860.
974.61 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. 176p. Meriden 1897.
974.61 qK41 Litchfield. Incorporated 1719 Adam, W: L. Litchfield, Ct. (see New England magazine, Feb. 1897, ser. 3, 15:705-19)
051 B34 v.21 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. 974.61 171
Woodruff, G:C. History of the town of Litchfield, Ct. 64p. Litchfield co. Litchfield 1845.
974.61 L712 - Litchfield centennial celebration, July 4th, 1876; historical address. 44p. Hartford 1876.
974.61 L711 Morris. Incorporated 1859 from Litchfield
New Hartford. Incorporated 1738 Bailey, F: W: New Hartford, Litchfield county. (see his Early Connecticut marriages. 1898. 3:144-51)
Hartsord in the past and present. v. 1. 33p. New Hartford
974.61 N421 Jones, Mrs S. L. New Hartford. (see History of Litchfield county. 1881. P. 393-419)
974.61 qH62 New Hartford, North congregational church. Confession of
faith, covenant and rules of order, with a historical sketch of the
New Milford. Incorporated 1712
974.67 N42 Bailey, F:W: New Milford, Litchfield county. (see his Early Connecticut marriages. 1898. 3:108-23)
on the verge of our monthly meeting held in the Oblong
974.6 qC76 Kilbourn, D. C. New Milford, (see Connecticut quarterly, Oct. 1899, 5:499-519)
974.6 qC76 New Milford directory, 1888-89. New Haven 1888. 917.46 N42
Published by Price, Lee & Co. New Milford, First congregational church. Manual, Jan. 1891. 74p. New Milford 1891.
Litchfield co. New Milford, First congregational church. Supplement of manual
285.8746 N 4245 Orcutt, Samuel. History of the towns of New Milford and Bridge
water, Ct. 1703-1882. 9o9p. 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 Connecticut marriages. 1896. 1:63–69)
929.3 276 From the records of the congregational church, 1762-1800. Roys, Auren. Brief history of the town of Norfolk, from 1738 to 1844. 89p. N. Y. 1847.
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. 441p. Meriden 1895.
974.61 P74 Bristol, Plainville and Terryville directory for 1890-96. v.5-9. New Haven 1890-96.
917.462 B77 Terry ville 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.486-512)
974.61 9H62 Lyman, Ephraim. 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 P74 Talmadge, W. G. Inscriptions from the stones in the old burying
ground at Plymouth, Ct. dated before 1800. (see Salem press historical and genealogical record, Jan. 1891, 1:121-25; Oct. 1891, 2:60-2)
929.1 qSa 31
Roxbury. Incorporated 1796 from Woodbury Cothren, William. Births, marriages and deaths in Roxbury. (see his History of ancient Woodbury. 1854–79. 3:582-650)
Salisbury. Incorporated 1741 Bartlett, E. S. Salisbury. (see Connecticut quarterly, Oct. 1898, 4:345-71)
974.6 qC76 Church, Samuel. Address on the history of Salisbury, Ct. at the.
centennial celebration of the town, Oct. 20th, 1841; 1741-1841.
Oct. 20, 1841. 96p. New Haven 1842. 974.61 Saz
Lord's day, Jan. 2, 1803, containing the ancient history of the
974.61 Sazı -- 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;
974.61 Sa32 Reid, Adam. Historical address before the congregational church in
Salisbury, Ct. at their ist centennial celebration, Nov. 20, 1844.
285.8746 Sa 31 Rudd, M. D. Inscriptions at Salisbury Center, Lime Rock, etc. 16p. Bost. 1898.
929.5 R83 Salisbury, Congregational church. •1501h anniversary at the
congregational church in Salisbury, Ct. Friday, Nov. 23, 1894, ed.
History of the meeting bouse by M. D. Ruild, p. 16-24; address by J: C.
Sharon. Incorporated 1739 Benton, M. B. The rose of Sharon. (see Connecticut magazine, Sep. 1899, 5:449-67)
reopening of the congregational church in Sharon, Ct. Mar. 2, 1864.
040 P V.1919 Parker, Daniel. Complete refutation of the reply of Mr Joseph
Harvey to Proscription delineated. 144p. N. Y. 1820. 922.57 P22
Litchfield co. Sedgwick, C: F: General history of the town of Sharon, Litchfield Thomaston
county, Ct. from its ist settlement. Ed. 3. 204p. Amenia N. Y. 1898.
974.61 Sh21 Biographical notices, family sketches, genealogies, etc. p. 110–62.
- History of the town of Sharon from its ist settlement. 124p. Hartford 1842.
974.61 Sh2 Biographical notices, family sketches, genealogies, etc. p. 61–119. - Sharon. (see History of Litchfield county. 1885. p. 563-99)
974.61 qH62 Condensed from his History of Sharon. 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. 143p. Sharon 1897. 929.3 Sh2
Thomaston. Incorporated 1875 from Plymouth
Churches of Mattatuck. 1892. p. 169-70) 285.8746 W29
Churches of Mattatuck. 1892. p. 163–65) 285.8746 W29
Torrington. Incorporated 1740 Moore, W:H. anon. Torringford: in connection with the centennial of the ist pastor, Rev. S: J. Mills. 107p. Hartford 1870.
285.8746 T63 Orcutt, Samuel. History of Torrington, Ct. from its ist settlement in 1737, with biographies and genealogies. 817p. Alb. 1878.
917.461 W73 Published by Price, Lee & Co.
Warren. Incorporated 1786 from Kent
Washington. Incorporated 1779 from Woodbury Bailey, F: W: Washington, Litchfield county. (see his Early Connecticut marriages. 1896. 1:95-101)
- 929.3 C76 From the records of the congregational church, 1749-99.