Connecticut Genealogy

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Harwinton Resources and Links

If you have any reference material on or related to Harwinton and would like to volunteer as a resource, or if you know of a Harwinton link that would be appropriate to add to this page, please e-mail Linda Dolby

When contacting a resource volunteer, please do not forget to thank them for their time and effort.

Ray Richard has studied the Stone family of Harwinton for years and has a large amount of data.

Stephen Camp has been researching local history for a while and has quite a few stories. Harwinton History and Mystery

Susan Fenn McClen is a long time member of the Harwinton Historical Society and has helped people with their Fenn and Cooke family histories.

Harwinton Library, Burlington Rd, Harwinton, CT 06791, 860-485-1555. The library located on Burlington Road is the T.A. Hungerford Memorial Library. It served as Harwinton's only library until 1989 when the Harwinton Public Library on Bentley Drive was built. The Hungerford Library is now a wonderful museum which is open May-October on Saturdays, from 2-4 PM or by appointment.

Harwinton Public Library, 80 Bentley Dr, Harwinton, CT 06791, 860-485-9113

Gurrie Rhoads has a copy of a book written in 1909 by E. Leroy Pond entitled The Tories of Chippeny Hill, Connecticut. It has been a valuable resource tool for me and might be for others as well. It deals primarily with the Tory families of the Harwinton area. Some names: Brooks, Graves, Nichols, Dunbar, Porter, Holcomb, Jerome, Jones, Matthews, Royce, Roe, Tuttle, Hickox, Gaylord, Rice, and others. I know that a copy of this book is already in the Bristol library, but perhaps I can look up information for those who can't get there.

Harwinton Volunteer Fire Department

Harwinton Westside Volunteer Fire Department

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