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Author: Francis Caulkins
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Title: History of New London, Connecticut: From the First Survey of the Coast in 1612 to 1860 (Historiography)
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Publisher: Applewood Books (February 2, 2010)
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History of New London, Connecticut: From the First Survey of the Coast in 1612 to 1860 (Historiography) by Francis Caulkins

Publisher New London, H. D. Utley. Collection allen county; americana. Digitizing sponsor MSN.

Social and political history of New London including all of southeastern Connecticut originally published in 1852 and updated by the author in 1860. Includes new introduction, The Life and Works of Frances Manwaring Caulkins, and new index" Provided by publisher. Geographic Name: New London (Conn. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book History of New London, Connecticut : from the first survey of the coast in 1612 to 1860, by Frances Manwaring Caulkins.

book by Frances M. Caulkins. Originally published in 1895. This volume from the Cornell University Library's print collections was scanned on an APT BookScan and converted to JPG 2000 format by Kirtas Technologies. All titles scanned cover to cover and pages may include marks, notations and other marginalia present in the original volume.

Date: Location: New London, Connecticut, US. by Frances Manwaring Caulkins (1795-1869). Published three times: by the Author, New London, 1852 & 1860. by H. Utley, 1895. Source Example:

Frances Manwaring Caulkins was born in New London, Connecticut, April 26, 1795. She was the daughter of Joshua and Fanny (Manwaring) Caulkins. Her ancestry, on the paternal side, can be traced to the early settlers of the vicinity of Plymouth. Richard Blinman, minister in Chepstow, Monmouthshire, England, having been silenced for non-conformity to the established church, immigrated to the United States, and is supposed to have arrived at Plymouth in the autumn of 1640. This is stated to have been written in 1814. History of New London, Connecticut : from the first survey of the coast in 1612, to 1860, 1895.

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Frances Manwaring Caulkins, Cecelia Griswold. This is an EXACT reproduction of a book published before 1923. This IS NOT an OCR'd book with strange characters, introduced typographical errors, and jumbled words. This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. that were either part of the original artifact, or were introduced by the scanning process

Frances Manwaring Caulkins, Cecelia Griswold. Classic work by Frances Manwaring Caulkins, newly republished by the New London County Historical Society.

This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1852 Excerpt: ...of 1676 may be assigned. Mr. Carpenter lived at Niantic Ferry, of which he had a lease from Edward Palmes. He left an only son, David, baptized Nov. 12th, 1682, and several daughters. His relict married William Stevens, of Killingworth. Alexander Pygan, died in 1701. On his first arrival in the plantation, Mr. Pygan appears to have been a lawless young man, of " passionate and distempered carriage," as it was then expressed; one who we may suppose " left his country for his country's good." But the restraints and influences with which he was here surrounded, produced their legitimate effect, and he became a discreet and valuable member of the community. Alexander Pygan, of Norwich, Old England, was married unto Judith, daughter of William Redfin, (Redfield, ) June 17th, 1667. Children. 1. Sarah, born Feb. 23d, 1669-70; married Nicholas Hallam. 2. Jane, " Feb., 1670-1; married Jonas Green. Mrs. Judith Pygan died April 30th, 1678. After the death of his wife, Mr. Pygan dwelt a few years at Saybrook, where he had a shop of goods, and was licensed by the county court as an innkeeper. Here also he married an estimable woman, Lydia, relict of Samuel Boyes, April 15th, 1684. Only one child was the issue of this marriage. 3. Lydia, born Jan. 10th, 16S4-5; married Rev. Eliphalet Adams. Samuel Boyes, the son of Mrs. Lydia Pygan, by her first husband, was bom Dec. 6th, 1673. Mr. Pygan soon returned with his family to New London, where he died in the year 1701. He is the only person of the family name of Pygan, that the labor of genealogists has as yet brought to light in New England. His relict, Mrs. Lydia Pygan, died July 20th, 1734. She was the daughter of William and Lydia Bemont, of Saybrook, and born March 9 th, 1644.1 1 Her mother is said...
Reviews: 7
Be aware that there are two books by the same title. The 'real' book is a wonderful text on the people and events of New London, Connecticut. This wonderful book doesn't have much of an index, and hence we arrive at the second book by the same name. So, what's going on?

The real book, and the one you are going to want to access for family history purposes or whatever, was written by Frances Manwaring Caulkins in 1895. This book is a gem as it weaves the many stories of the families that settled and helped grow New London. This book does have a limited index (6 pages), but more on that later. Note that this book will have over 700 pages of text.

The second book by this same name is an enhanced version of the original index ONLY. There is no text with this version. This version has 134 pages of index developed by Cecelia Griswold, a librarian, and was published sometime in the twentieth century (I couldn't find a publication date).

This second 'index' book has expanded the original index from 6 pages to 134 pages, and you may ask so what. Well, you should want to know there are two very good reasons; 1) original indexing errors were corrected, and 2) original family name entries were expanded to include the Christian first names. For example, the single surname Fox (only one) entry with 13 pages referenced was expanded in the newer index to 22 Fox entries, first name included, with page numbers noted. So, if you were looking up Isaac Fox, for example, you can easily find him referred to on pages 370 and 436 of the expanded index.

My suggestion? The expanded index costs only about $15, and may be of repeated use by you if you are researching several family origins in New London. The original reprinted text book can be purchased for $70 or so, and you have to be careful of which reprint version you buy (some versions are OCR'd and allegedly have messed up characters).

I took the safe route and went to Archive.org and, using the expanded index, read and printed the important pages on my local printer.

I hope this is clear to you. It took me a while to sort it all out.
This is as close to archival source material as I am likely to get from here on the West Coast. The interest and care Frances Manwaring Caulkins exhibited in writing this history is apparent on every page. Not light reading but there are inspirational insights that foster appreciation for our forefathers.
Thanks for this book. My ancestor was James Rogers - now have more information about him and his children.
This is an excellent choice for genealogical research and exploration of local history. This copy of the original published by The Day newspaper is clear and easy to read. It's a much better alternative to buying an original which would be way too expensive to open up every day and carry around. The margins are generous enough to make notes in!
Most informative
This a well written History of New London, CT. Six hundred ninety-six pages, comprehensive and readable text size. Book has an index of family names which made it valuable for my genealogy research. Great addition to my research library.
This book was as described but a lot of information, rather wordy and I would have loved pictures although I didn't expect them.
The book was complete as advertised, but due to the size of the print, it was extremely difficult to read.