Connecticut is located in Middlesex
It was known as Chatham
until 1915. The town has 36.8 square miles and is home to
It is the site of the largest lake in the state of Connecticut,
You will find the Salmon
River running near the southern border of the town, and the Connecticut River as its western
boundary. It is
still very much a rural and
was first settled in 1710. In 1767, it was incorporated as its
separated from the town of Middletown,
It is now known for industrial nets, witch hazel,
and die making.
is run by a Council-Manager form of government, with an
Town Council and the Town Meeting. The day-to-day
handled by the Town Manager, who is appointed by the Town
The town consists
villages: Lake Pocotopaug,
Haddam, and Cobalt. There are 4
schools, and 8 churches of varying denominations.
Hampton queries--simply send
an email, and I
will do the rest...
Please be sure
to include your full name, and also
indicate that your query is for East Hampton. I
regret that I
do private research for you in East Hampton.
Middlesex County genealogy
Note: this county and town is up for adoption.
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