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George Kimberly General Store Daybook, Westville CT 1839-1840 - Donated to USGenWeb by John Hoff ... If you have an ancestor who shopped in his store - and many people from New Haven, Westville, Woodbridge, Bethany and surrounding areas did; its fun to see what they bought and how much they paid for it.
Dewayne Perry has just digitized a collection of New Haven's Hillside High School graduation pictures from (mostly) 1895 that my wifes' grandmother colllected when she was a senior at Hillside High School. Robert Squireshas Jacobus's Families of Ancient New Haven on CD and would be willing to do limited lookups.
The Briefest History of New Haven
New Haven Colony Historical Society, 114 Whitney Avenue, New Haven, CT 06510, (203) 562-5959 or 4183
Lylamae T. Chedseyhas a CD with Donald Lines Jacobus's book "Ancient New Haven Families" and "Genealogies of Connecticut Families" and is willing to check the index.
New Haven Free Public Library
New Haven & Wallingford Census - 1669
Marriages from Church Recordsfor New Haven Congregational Church
New Haven Marriages in the First Congressional Church 1758-1799 male surnames A-H - I-Y
New Haven Marriages in the New Haven Second Church 1733-1789 male surnames A-Y
Jewish Historical Society of Greater New Haven, Inc.
Taken from both cemetery records and tombstones, you will find info on a number of people who repose at Evergreen Cemeteryin New Haven, CT
Dylan A. Armstrong has created a page devoted the "a href="http://uhavax.hartford.edu/~armstrong/newhaven.htm">men who served in the Rev. Warfrom New Haven and surrounding towns. It lists all 900+ soldiers!
Judges' Cave, New Haven, Connecticut
New Haven Attractions