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The Settlement of Windsor, Connecticut
By Kent C. L. Avery, Donna Holt Siemiatkoski and Robert Silliman. REVISED 4TH EDITION, 2008. 31 pp
Cemetery Inscriptions in Windsor, Connecticut. Second Edition, 2000
By Abigail Wolcott Ellsworth Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution. Contains information on every existing headstone in every cemetery in Windsor from 1644 to 1926. 225 pp. including Index.
Daughter Towns of Windsor, Connecticut
By Homer W. Scott. Second Ed., Revised 2010. 90 pp. Indexed. Spiral Bound; soft cover. Traces the evolution of Windsor’s “Daughter Towns,” with references to the people who moved out to settle in and organize them. Based on the series of articles in the DFAW Newsletter but revised and added to for this collection.
Resources for the Study of Windsor History
Includes a bibliography of Windsor-related resources, a list of repositories, and a list of family societies. Originally published in 1995, it has been updated by Richard C. Roberts. Second Ed., Revised 2013. 34 pp.
Surnames in Seventeenth Century Windsor
Every surname in 17th Century Windsor, noting its earliest occurrence; alphabetical and chronological listings; sources. 48 pp.
Memoirs of Roger Clapp
His entire memoir, with his account of the voyage of the Mary and John in 1630, and the early days of the settlement at Dorchester; his family to three generations. 24 pp.
Descendants of Richard Lyman of Hartford
Known English origins, and genealogy in New England to five generations. 39 pp.
Some Notes on the Loomis Family
Known English ancestry of the Loomis and White families; the founding of the Loomis Chaffee School; ahnentafel of the ancestors of the founders of the Loomis Chaffee School. Originally published in 1989, it was updated in 2014 by Richard C. Roberts. 22 pp.
They Lived in Windsor: A Reconstruction of the 1890 Census for Windsor, Connecticut
Researched and compiled by Elaine D. Brophy from a variety of period sources and available to the DFAW membership through a special arrangement with the Windsor Historical Society. Also available directly from the Historical Society, https://www.windsorhistoricalsociety.org/, 96 Palisado Ave., Windsor, CT 06095.
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