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 CONNECTICUT PURITAN SETTLERS, 1633-1845

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Connecticut Puritan Settlers, 1633-1845

Biographical sketches and other helpful information regarding over 1,000 early Puritan settlers in Connecticut

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Began as a "utopian experiment" in 1633, Connecticut was the destination for many thousands of Puritans seeking new opportunities. This database, originally published in 1848, is a collection of records regarding the first Puritan settlers in Connecticut. It provides a list of over 1,000 who settled in the colony, including the date of their arrival in the colony, place of residence, and other helpful facts. Also, it contains short biographical sketches for many settlers, as well as some births, marriage, and death records for the descendants of these early settlers. For researchers of early Connecticut ancestors, this can be an illuminating collection.
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