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Re: Windham County
Posted by: Deb Tajmajer (ID *****4875) Date: May 23, 2002 at 08:58:28
In Reply to: Windham County by Nancy Lovejoy of 584

Dear Ms. Lovejoy,

The Center for Connecticut Studies in Willimantic, Windham County, CT at Eastern CT State University - 4th Floor of the Library Building. I hope you can stop in when you visit this summer. Check the website for collection, hours and directions.

Here is what I found in a couple of the Center's Census Indexes:
1840:
John Lovejoy, CT, New London Co.New London, Page 021.

1850:
John Lovejoy, Norwich, New London CO., CT p. 079.
Joseph " , Thompson, Windham CO., CT p. 121.


1860:
Adaline (Adoline) Lovejoy, Killingly, Windham CO., CT page 602, roll 92.

Philip Lovejoy, page 573, roll 92.


There are many town and county histories and old newspapers in the collection too. They can be search with the online catalog: CONSULS.

See the CT History Links page for more research ideas. Here is one for Windham County USGenWeb Project: http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Fields/4791/windham.html

Good Luck with your research.

Deb Tajmajer, Research Associate
Center for Connecticut Studies (Public Welcomed)
Located on the 4th Floor of the Library Building
ECSU (Eastern CT State University) Willimantic, CT

http://www.easternct.edu/depts/ctstudies/

Directions: http://nutmeg.ctstateu.edu/library/library1/direction.htm
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