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Rocky Hill, Connecticut
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Woodbridge, Connecticut
General, History, Historic House, Historical Society
When Thomas Darling decided to leave New Haven to pursue a country squire's life, he hired Abiel Gray of West Hartford, CT to build his new home. It took Gray two years (1772-1774) to complete the project. The Gambrel roof structure is built on a central hall plan and incorporates several unusual features. The paneling and woodwork in the hallway and front rooms are rich in detail and accentuated by the nine foot three inch ceilings.
Andover, Connecticut
Historical Society
Ashford, Connecticut
Historical Society
Putnam, Connecticut
Historical Society
Avon, Connecticut
Historic House, Historical Society
Currently the Society's projects include full restoration of the Derrin House on West Avon Road, proper storage of many artifacts in the Living Museum and Pine Grove Schoolhouse, answering local history questions, giving referrals to those who seek "experts" to help with their historic home or genealogy questions, publishing a newsletter and planning fundraising events.
Bantam, Connecticut
Historical Society
Pleasant Valley, Connecticut
Historical Society
Pleasant Valley, Connecticut
Historical Society
Pleasant Valley, Connecticut
Historical Society
Bethel, Connecticut
Historical Society
Bolton, Connecticut
Historical Society
Branford, Connecticut
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Bristol, Connecticut
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Brookfield, Connecticut
History, Historical Society
Brooklyn, Connecticut
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Canterbury, Connecticut
Historical Society
Canton, Connecticut
Historical Society
Cheshire, Connecticut
Historical Society

Organized in 1951, the Cheshire Historical Society is a group of old and new residents who have a desire to discover and preserve the heritage of Cheshire, Connecticut. They educate and assist others in their inquiries into our past and promote a love for our town and its inhabitants.

Our first home was in the 1st. District School (1951-1956), then the old Cheshire Public Library (Williams House) on Main Street (1956-1972).

Chester, Connecticut
Historical Society
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