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Middletown (Conn.)

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Conveyance of Indian land at Middletown, undated

 Item
Scope and Content From the Collection:

The Samuel Wyllys Papers, 1668-1728, undated, are a group of 88 court documents that include 6 cases of witchcraft (42 documents), 12 cases concerning assault and battery, theft, adultery and other crimes (35 documents), and 11 other documents related to prayers of confession and petition, lists of freemen, poor relief, taxes, and titles to Indian land. .

Dates: undated

Floods and Hurricanes in Connecticut collection

 Collection
Identifier: PG160
Abstract

Hurricanes and Nor'easters can cause major flooding of the Connecticut River and its tributaries. Three of the more impressive include floods in March 1936, September, 1938 and August 1955.

Dates: 1936-2011; Majority of material found within 1936-1955

Long Lane School records

 Collection
Identifier: RG178_002
Abstract

The Connecticut Industrial School for Girls was established in 1868 as a private institution for delinquent girls. In 1917 the State took control of the school and renamed it Long Lane Farm which changed to Long Lane School in 1943. Items in this collection include documents about staff and student life, photographs, paintings and artifacts.

Dates: 1867-2000

Middletown Probate Court records

 Collection
Identifier: RG004_083
Abstract

Record books, 1752-1759; Probate files, 1752-1932. Index to and applications for commitments, 1870-1936.

Dates: 1752-1936

Samuel Wyllys papers

 Collection
Identifier: RG000_samuel_wyllys_papers
Abstract

The Samuel Wyllys Papers, 1668-1728, undated, are a group of 88 court documents that include 6 cases of witchcraft (42 documents), 12 cases concerning assault and battery, theft, adultery and other crimes (35 documents), and 11 other documents related to prayers of confession and petition, lists of freemen, poor relief, taxes, and titles to Indian land.

Dates: 1663-1728