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New Haven County, Connecticut

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  • Sophia A. Hooker (1848 - 1908)
    Page 243 Bibliographic information: The descendants of Rev. Thomas Hooker, Hartford, Connecticut, 1586-1908 : being an account of what is known of Rev. Thomas Hooker's family in England : and m...
  • Charles Noadiah Hooker (1841 - 1910)
    Page 138 Page 243 Bibliographic information: The descendants of Rev. Thomas Hooker, Hartford, Connecticut, 1586-1908 : being an account of what is known of Rev. Thomas Hooker's family in...
  • Courtesy of great-grandchild, Susan Lyon (Pope) Brown.
    Hervey Adelbert Horton, Sr. (1863 - 1939)
    Emigrated from Canada 🇨🇦1879. Naturalization (U.S. Citizenship): Nov. 30, 1891.🇺🇸 🪦 Inscription: FATHER HERVEY A. HORTON 1858 - 1939 Reference: U.S., Naturalization Record Indexes, 1891 (In...
  • Arthur Thomas Horton (1888 - d.)
    Mother: Elizabeth Larkin. Father: Hervey A. Horton. Reference: U.S., Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007; SSN 049032701 .
  • Lenna Tomilson Cahill (1883 - 1958)
    Reference: Delaware, U.S., Birth Records, 1800-1932; Delaware Public Archives; Dover, Delaware; Collection Number: Birth Records - 11; Roll Number: 11 .

This project is for those who were born, lived or died in New Haven County, Connecticut.

Wikipedia

Following the process of unification of New Haven Colony with Connecticut Colony in 1664–65, cohesion could be improved. New Haven County was constituted by an act of the Connecticut General Court on May 10, 1666, along with Hartford County, Fairfield County, and New London County. The act establishing the county states:

  • This Court orders that from the east bounds of Guilford
  • vnto ye west bounds of Milford shalbe for future one County
  • wch shalbe called the County of N: Hauen. And it is
  • ordered that the County Court shalbe held at N: Hauen on
  • the second Wednesday in March and on the second Wednesday
  • in Nouember yearely.[3]

Adjacent counties
Hartford County (north)
Middlesex County (east)
Fairfield County (west)
Litchfield County (northwest)

New Haven county is bounded on the south by Long Island Sound.


Communities

Cities

  • Ansonia
  • Derby
  • Meriden
  • Milford
    • Devon
    • Woodmont
  • New Haven
    • Amity
    • Cedar Hill
    • City Point
    • Downtown
    • East Rock
    • Fair Haven
    • Fair Haven Heights
    • Long Wharf
    • Mill River
    • Quinnipiac Meadows
    • Westville
    • Wooster Square
  • Waterbury
    • Brooklyn
    • Bunker Hill
    • Bucks Hill
    • Downtown Waterbury
    • East Mountain
    • Town Plot
    • Waterville
  • West Haven

Towns
Villages are named localities within towns but have no separate corporate existence from the towns they are in.

  • Beacon Falls
  • Bethany
  • Branford
    • Branford Center
    • Short Beach
    • Stony Creek
  • Cheshire
    • Cheshire Village
  • East Haven
  • Guilford
    • Guilford Center
  • Hamden
  • Madison
    • Madison Center
  • Middlebury
  • Naugatuck (consolidated with the borough of Naugatuck)
    • Union City
  • North Branford
    • Northford
    • Twin Lakes
  • North Haven
  • Orange
  • Oxford
    • Quaker Farms
  • Prospect
  • Seymour
  • Southbury
    • Heritage Village
    • South Britain
    • Southford
  • Wallingford
    • Wallingford Center
    • Yalesville
  • Wolcott
    • Woodtick
  • Woodbridge

Map of New Haven County Connecticut With Municipal Labels

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Source: Taken from the US Census website (click here to view the exact location on their site) and modified by User:Kotosb. < link >