1996 - 2016
WELCOME to the New London County CTGenWeb! The USGenWeb Project began in 1996 with KYGenWeb, when a group of volunteers developed the idea of working together to provide Internet websites for genealogical research in every county and every state of the United States. The Project is non-commercial and fully committed to free access to information on the Internet. New London County is part of the CTGenWeb Project.
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BRIEF HISTORY OF EARLY NEW LONDON COUNTY
Before the Dutch and the English settlers, the area now known as New London County was inhabited by several Indian tribes. The Pequot had migrated from the Hudson river region and inhabited the land between the Thames and Pawcatuck Rivers. The Mohegan tribe was split after a war with the Pequot in the 1630s, and the Uncas moved farther northwest. The Western Nehantics (Niantics) were centered around Lyme and Waterford, and the Narragansett tribe was located east of the Pawcatuck River.
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