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Albany, n. j. munsell, printer 1877-. 19. the settlers of Windsor where he seems to have resided until he came to Guilford in 1651. His daughter, Johanna Rossiter, was married Nov. 7, 1660, to John Cotton, the son of the celebrated John Cotton of Massachusetts.
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The original town of Guilford, including the present towns of Guilford and Madison, stretched along Long Island Sound from Branford to Killingsworth, a distance of approximately nine or ten miles. The first settlers were adventurers from Surry and Kent, near London, England, and, unlike their mercantile brethren who inhabited New Haven, mostly were farmers. The emphasis of this history is on the 40 early settlers, the purchase and layout of the town, and church and religious history
The first settlers were adventurers from Surry and Kent, near London, England, and, unlike their mercantile brethren who inhabited New Haven, mostly were farmers. The emphasis of this history is on the 40 early settlers, the purchase and layout of the town, and church and religious history
Ralph D. Smith’s books. The History of Guilford, Connecticut, from its First Settlement in 1639.
Books by Ralph D. Smith, The early Ward families of Southern Maryland, The Burch families of southern Maryland to 1800, Abraham Lemaster (1638-1722) of Charles C. Md. and his descendants, The History of Guilford, Connecticut, from Its First Settlement in 1639 (Heritage Classic), The Morelands of Southern Maryland, The Tennison family of southern Maryland, Philip Coleman (1771-1838) and Ann Kelly(1778-1838), Amos Heston (1799-1873) and Letitia Hageman (1806-1889) of Bucks C. P. Auglaize C. Ohio and Jasper C. Mo.
The History of Guilford, Connecticut, From its First Settlement in 1639 (1877), from the manuscripts of Hon. Ralph D. Smith. A history of the plantation of Menunkatuck and of the original town of Guilford, Connecticut: comprising the present towns of Guilford and Madison (1897), by Bernard Christian Steiner. Yester-Years of Guilford (1938), by Mary Hoadley Griswold. Guilford Portraits: Memorial Epitaphs of Alderbrook and Westside with Introductory Elegies and Essay (1907), by Henry P. Robinson. Proceedings at the Celebration of the 250th Anniversary of the Settlement of Guilford, Conn.
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