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Stephen Clason was married in Stamford in 1654. He lived on the east side of West Street, which is now called Washington Blvd. until 1680, when he moved to the west side of the Mill River. His wife Elizabeth Periment was tried as a witch in 1692. Click here for an account of the trial and the efforts of her friends and neighbors in Stamford to save her from execution. (Used by permission of The Stamford Historical Society.)

Links to Clason Family Data

(As with all other genealogical data found on the net, use only as a guide and verify wherever possible, using Vital Records, etc.)

Please refer to Stamford Families for a searchable database of all Stamford families, including Clason.

Barbour Index Entries for Stamford Clasons--This text file contains the births, marriages and deaths of Clasons in Stamford between 1641 and 1853. The Barbour Index entries are alphabetized by first name.

Clason Entries in Huntington's Registration This text file contains the births, marriages and deaths of Clasons in Stamford between 1641 and 1797. The entries in Huntington's Registration are listed in chronological order by individual family unit.

Anyone wishing to contribute genealogies for this family should email Barbara Kaye.  


Ref: The Early Settlement of Stamford, Connecticut by Jeanne Majdalany
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