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Middletown Upper Houses (Connecticut : a History of the North Society of Middletown, Ct, from 1650 to 1800 With Genealogical and Biographical Chapte) Print on Demand (Paperback) – 1989
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MIDDLETOWN UPPER HOUSES By Charles Collard Adams, M.A. This history of what is now Cromwell, Connecticut was first published by the Society of Middletown Upper Houses, Inc., an organization of descendants of the early settlers. The work opens with a brief (60 p.) history of the town, and a somewhat longer history of the Society (including membership lists), but the vast bulk of the work consists of genealogies. The Ranney genealogy occupies about 360 pages, and is followed by about 230 pages devoted to extensive genealogies of the Bulkeley, Butler, Clark, Doolittle, Edwards, Eells, Gaylord, Grid-ley, Hall, Hubbard, Hurlburt, Keith, Kelsey, Kirby, L'Hommedieu, Prout, Riley, Sage, Savage, Shepard, Smith, Stocking, Stow, Treat, Warner, White, Wilcox, and Williams families. The work is interspersed with hundreds of photographs and other illustrations of people and places which bring the actual page count well over 1000 pages. A complete name index is included.
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