Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Connecticut Historical Commission records
The Connecticut Historical Commission performed a variety of functions having to do with the preservation of historic sites and structures and other historical resources.
Connecticut River Bridge and Highway District records
The General Assembly created the Commission in 1895 (Special Act 343) to be responsible for the construction of a new bridge over the Connecticut River to replace the wooden bridge that had burned in that year. The Commission maintained the bridge until the 1930s, when it turned its duties and title to the properties to the State and adjoining localities.
Foote family papers
The papers consist of materials pertaining to three generations of members of the Foote family of Marlborough, principally Asa Foote (1728-1806), his son Joel Foote (1763-1846), the children of Joel Foote and their spouses, and other relatives. Asa, a farmer by trade, and Joel Foote, a clothier and merchant, were both well to do and prominent political figures in Marlborough Society in Colchester and in the town of Marlborough.
Henry Whitfield House records
The Henry Whitfield House was built in 1639-1640 in Guilford, Connecticut. The house was purchased by the state of Connecticut and restored in 1901 as a state historical museum. The Henry Whitfield House was restored from 1930-1937 to the original 1639-1640 house.
Town of Glastonbury records
Administrative, poor relief, land, court and justice of hte peace, law enforcement, military, vital, school, voting, and tax records.
Town of Hartland records
Administrative, poor relief, land, court and justice of the peace, military, vital, school, church, election and tax records.
Town of Lebanon records
Administrative, poor relief, land, court, military, school, church, election and tax records for the town of Lebanon.
Town of Lyme records
Administrative, poor relief, land, court, military, vital, school, election, and tax records.
Town of Preston records
Administrative, poor relief, land, court, military, vital, school, church, election, and tax records.
Wadsworth Family collection
Wedworth Wadsworth (1782-1860) was a member of the Connecticut General Assembly from Durham, Conn. Also represented in the collection are his sons Wedworth (1811-1876), William (circa 1817-1870), a town clerk and justice of the peace, James (1819-1891) and James' son Wedworth (1846-1926), who was a painter, art teacher, and writer.