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  WINDHAM, CONNECTICUT • Historic New England
Windham is bounded N. by the towns of Hampton, Chaplin, and Mansfield; E. by Franklin and Lisbon, and W. by Lebanon and Columbia.
Since the removal of the county courts from this place to Brooklyn, and the establishment of the village of Willimantic, the ancient village of Windham has somewhat declined in its trade and population.
Willimantic River rises in the county of Tolland, and with the Natchaug, forms the Shetucket in Windham.
newenglandtowns.org /connecticut/windham   (411 words)

  
  Windham Connecticut Real Estate
Windham is a town of many contrasts-from the colonial charm of Windham Center, where the town was founded, to the Victorian splendor of Willimantic.
Windham is a community proud of its past as shown by the careful restoration of Willimantic, but also looking forward to the future as shown by its approach to land use and zoning.
According to the 1970 U.S. Census figures the population of Windham was 19,626 with a 1960 population of 16,973.
www.relocate-america.com /states/CT/cities/windham.htm   (544 words)

  
 The Village of Windham, Ohio
Windham is perhaps best known as the site of the “Ravenna Arsenal” established on 21,427 acres of Portage County property, including 5,700 acres from Windham Township, in 1940 at the onset of World War II.
Windham’s first settlers were a group of sixteen men known as the “Beckett Company,” who traveled from Becket, Massachusetts in 1811 to an area known as the “Connecticut Western Reserve” settling in an unoccupied township south of what is known today as Nelson Township, Ohio.
Windham was first known as Strongsburg, then renamed Sharon, but eventually christened Windham in 1820 in honor of Windham, Connecticut, the original home of the Beckett Company settlers.
www.windhamvillage.com /index.html   (484 words)

  
 Substance Abuse Treatment South Windham, Connecticut
The total land square miles of South Windham, Connecticut is 3.11.
The average age for a male in South Windham, Connecticut is 39.5.
The average age for a female in South Windham, Connecticut is 42.9.
www.substanceabusetreatment.info /city.htm?state=connecticut&city=south-windham   (686 words)

  
 Willimantic, Windham County, Connecticut History
Willimantic, a beautiful village of about ten thousand inhabitants, lies in the southwest corner of the town of Windham, and consequently in the southwest corner of the county.
When their summits are crowned by some structures of architectural beauty, as doubtless some day they will be, then the attractions of Willimantic will impress the passing traveler, or the prospecting investor or resident, as one of-the most desirable localities in all this section of the country.
The superior court of Windham county holds half of all its civil and criminal terms of court in Willimantic.
www.connecticutgenealogy.com /windham/willimantic.htm   (1876 words)

  
 Windham County, Connecticut CT, county profile - hotels, festivals, genealogy, newspapers - ePodunk
Windham County is one of 8 counties in Connecticut.
The county is in the Willimantic metro area.The estimated population in 2004 was 114,343.
This was an increase of 4.81% from the 2000 census.
www.epodunk.com /cgi-bin/genInfo.php?locIndex=22268   (467 words)

  
 Descendants - pafg286.htm - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
Nathaniel married (1) Rosannah ALWORTH on 29 Sep 1768 in Windham, CT. Rosannah died on 30 Dec 1797 in Mansfield, CT.
Uriel married Sarah HAMMOND on 15 Sep 1795 in Hampton, CT. Sarah was born on 3 Jan 1762 in Hampton, CT. She died on 1 Jan 1859 in Hampton, Windham, Connecticut, USA.
Achsah HAMMOND was born on 4 Oct 1784 in of Hampton, Windham, Connecticut, United States.
www.alden.org /aldengen/pafg286.htm   (1172 words)

  
 Descendants - pafg541.htm - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
Harriet COPELAND was born on 1 Jul 1829 in Thompson, Windham, Connecticut, United States.
Harriet COPELAND was born on 24 Nov 1807 in,, Connecticut.
Armenia COPELAND was born on 24 Dec 1809 in,, Connecticut.
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 Settlement Agreement - Between The United States of America and The Town of Windham, Connecticut
The United States Department of Justice ("Department") initiated this matter as a compliance review of the Town of Windham, Connecticut ("Town") under title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 ("ADA"), 42 U.S.C. §§ 12131-12134, and the Department's implementing regulation, 28 C.F.R. Part 35.
The parties to this Agreement are the United States of America and the Town of Windham, Connecticut.
The individual signing for the Town of Windham represents that he or she is authorized to bind the Town to this Agreement.
www.ada.gov /windhact.htm   (3871 words)

  
 Windham County, Connecticut - info, facts, communities on Key to the City
Northeast Connecticut is referred to as New England's Quiet Corner, and consists of Windham County.
Windham's urban center, Willimantic, gained fame in the 19th century for its high quality cotton thread, and became known as America's Thread City.
Windham County is in the Eastern Time Zone and does participate in Daylight Savings Time from April through the end of October.
www.usacitiesonline.com /ctwindhamcounty.htm   (309 words)

  
 Town of Windham   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Windham's urban downtown section, Willimantic, is the hub of northeastern Connecticut.
Windham has a first selectman/board of finance, town meetings and referendums.
Windham is home to Eastern Connecticut State University and neighbor to the state's flagship university, the University of Connecticut.
www.meehanrealty.com /windham.html   (125 words)

  
 Windham Connecticut Real Estate - Homes for Sale in Windham CT
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If you are concerned about a housing bubble in Windham, we can get you the information you need.
www.realestate.com /local-homes/connecticut/Windham.aspx   (364 words)

  
 Windham County, Connecticut   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
EARLY HISTORY OF In the early commerce between the colonies of Massachusetts and Connecticut a popular route over the land was through the region now covered by Windham county.
Windham County is a county located in the northeastern corner of the U.S. State of Connecticut.
Re: Cemeteries In Ballouville Connecticut - Jesse Heks 1/23/03...
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 Find Churches in North Windham Connecticut - FlockFinder.com
A lot of churches in North Windham Connecticut already have a website, but mostly, the people looking at the site are their own members.
For some time, churches in North Windham Connecticut have been pressured to get a website hoping it would be an effective tool and a way to promote church growth.
churches in North Windham Connecticut would be surprised at the amount of people who are looking for a church in their area.
www.flockfinder.com /churches_connecticut/north_windham/churches_north_windham_connecticut.html   (517 words)

  
 Windham Connecticut Information
Lodging in Windham, Connecticut couldn't be easier to find then in our lodging section.
Windham, Connecticut accomodations, resorts, inns and B&Bs might be just what you need for a good nights rest.
Special events such as sales events, school social events, sports events and even marathon running events in Windham, Connecticut can be found or posted on our free to use and free to print 2006 calendars.
www.hometownusa.com /ct/Windham.html   (1000 words)

  
 Find Churches in South Windham Connecticut - FlockFinder.com
Lots of churches in South Windham Connecticut already have their own site, but for the most part, the only people viewing the site are their own church members.
For some time, churches in South Windham Connecticut have been pressured to get a website hoping it would be an effective tool and a way to promote church growth.
churches in South Windham Connecticut would be surprised at the amount of people who are looking for a church in their area.
www.flockfinder.com /churches_connecticut/south_windham/churches_south_windham_connecticut.html   (528 words)

  
 Windham Public Schools:Welcome
Windham is located in the center of eastern Connecticut, 28 miles east of Hartford, the state capital.
It is the home to Eastern Connecticut State University and is 7 miles from the University of Connecticut.
Windham is within easy driving distance to the year-round resorts and casinos of northern New England.
www.windham.k12.ct.us /DSS_web/Welcome.htm   (276 words)

  
 Windham County Connecticut Real Estate
Windham County Connecticut Real Estate is a way for consumers to find the best Real estate Agents and Brokers for every city in Windham County Connecticut.
When you have been directed to an Windham County Connecticut real estate professional in the area you have chosen you will be able to search for your dream home and get free printouts from the MLS database in that area.
Windham County Connecticut Real Estate Brokers and agents can use the many news and information pages we offer to get up to date information about the Windham County Connecticut real estate market.
www.myhomesearches.com /county/connecticut/windham-county-connecticut.htm   (576 words)

  
 Farmer, Preacher, Soldier, Thief: Genealogy of Thompson, Koski, Hilditch, Gronroos, Ross, Tool, Glaspey, & Mentzer ...
ALFRED GRONROOS was born 28 Jun 1861 in Pori, Turku-Pori, Finland, and died 13 Jun 1931 in Hampton, Windham, Connecticut.
She was born 25 Aug 1861 in Narpio, Vaasa, Finland, and died 22 Dec 1934 in Hampton, Windham, Connecticut.
IDA MARIE2 GRANROSE (ALFRED1 GRONROOS) was born 21 Sep 1889 in Finland, and died 23 Feb 1980 in Hampton, Windham, Connecticut.
www.templeofsaintnick.com /Catherine/gronroos.htm   (752 words)

  
 Sterling, Windham County, Connecticut History
THE township of Sterling occupies the southeast corner of the county, being bounded on the north by Killingly, east by Rhode Island, south by Voluntown (formerly a town of Windham county, but recently transferred to New London county), and west by Plainfield.
The town is nine miles long from north to south, and has an average width of three miles.
Major Fitch, the Winthrops and others had already appropriated the greater part of the conquered lands, and the only available tract remaining within Connecticut limits was a strip bordering on Rhode Island, a few miles east of Norwich, and upon reporting this " discovery " to the general court, Captain Samuel Mason, Mr.
www.connecticutgenealogy.com /windham/sterling.htm   (1869 words)

  
 Windham Connecticut car rentals   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Travel Centric offers the best rates on Windham Connecticut car rentals and auto rentals in cities throughout the U.S. We offer car rentals from Alamo, Avis, Budget, Enterprise, Hertz, National and more.
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Simply use the form above and you can select auto rentals from every major provider, for any type of car rental and for any length of time, whether you're on vacation, a business trip, or if you need a car rental because your vehicle is being repaired.
www.travelcentric.com /travel-cars/Windham-Connecticut-car-rentals.asp   (140 words)

  
 Windham, CT   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Windham County, also known as "the quiet Northeast corner", is primarilly known for its serene countryside and abundant dairy farms.
Windham County does, however, produce goods other than milk and cheese These include tools and paper products.
Town USA is dedicated to connecting you with local Windham County information such as news, weather, current events and festivities.
www.town-usa.com /connecticut/windham   (258 words)

  
 Old maps of Windham County towns, Connecticut
Historical town map of Voluntown, Connecticut (CT), reproduced from the Atlas of Windham County, Connecticut (CT), published by Gray in 1869.
Historical village map of Woodstock, Connecticut (CT), reproduced from the Atlas of Windham County, Connecticut (CT), published by Gray in 1869.
Historical town map of Windham, Connecticut (CT), reproduced from the Atlas of Windham County, Connecticut (CT), published by Gray in 1869.
www.oldmapsne.com /category/Windham_County_Maps/c95   (842 words)

  
 Hotels and Motels - Windham, Connecticut Lodging
Or if you have a site regarding Windham you can email us so we may add it.
Connecticut Lodging Association - Index of lodging by town or by region of the state.
State of Connecticut Tourism - Information on publications available, with links to sites on major events, transportation and regional tourism bureaus.
www.worldrover.com /lodging/connecticut/Windham.html   (251 words)

  
 Swift, Zephaniah - Hutchinson encyclopedia article about Swift, Zephaniah   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
He opposed slavery and sat on the Connecticut Superior Court (1801–19), falling into disfavour after participating in the Hartford Convention (1814) that threatened secession in opposition to the war of 1812.
He wrote some of the first American law texts and was eulogized for making laws intelligible.
He studied and practised law in Windham, Connecticut and served in Connecticut's general assembly (1787–93, 1820–22).
encyclopedia.farlex.com /Swift,+Zephaniah   (124 words)

  
 Windham, Connecticut Maps :: MatchC Travel Sites   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
A Collection of Connecticut Maps - shaded relief, county map, satellite map.
Connecticut Tourist Attraction Photos by PlanetWare - Variety of contemporary color photographs from across the state.
Mapathon: Connecticut - Links to a variety of maps, including road, topographical, satellite and several others.
www.matchc.com /connecticut_maps/Windham.html   (154 words)

  
 Willimantic/Windham, Connecticut - Giant Frogs in Willimantic
It seems the horrible noises were not caused by "local savages" or God above, but by a whole mess of frogs who had finally reached a breaking point when their elbow room was reduced to nearly nothing.
For years afterwards, Windham, then the county seat, became the laughing stock of Connecticut.
Giant statues of frogs sit atop spools of "thread" on the entrance to the town bridge, in Willamantic, CT. Attesting to the thread industry, and frog "incident" during the time of the early settlers.
www.roadsideamerica.com /tips/getAttraction.php3?tip_AttractionNo==6389   (531 words)

  
 Windham Historical Society - Willimantic's Jillson Family
The Jillson family played an important role in the industrial development that led to the formation of the borough of Willimantic (1833) in the ancient colonial Connecticut town of Windham.
The name lives on in Willimantic, however, in the form of the Jillson House, the headquarters of the Windham Historical Society, and Jillson Square, or the major parcel.
This is a centrally located piece of land that came into existence with the demolition of a section of downtown Willimantic between 1972-1976.
www.windhamhistory.org /jillson.shtml   (906 words)

  
 South Windham Connecticut Information
Lodging in South Windham, Connecticut couldn't be easier to find then in our lodging section.
Special events such as sales events, school social events, sports events and even marathon running events in South Windham, Connecticut can be found or posted on our free to use and free to print 2006 calendars.
Our Free South Windham, Connecticut community forums allows you to talk to other people in your hometown about the community issues that concern you.
www.hometownusa.com /ct/South_Windham.html   (1061 words)

  
 Windham County, Connecticut, Genealogy
Remote from the sea shore, and possessing no navigable lakes or rivers, it was perfectly reasonable that this territory should be for a time overlooked, or rather that it should be passed by as a goodly land for the home-seekers in a new world to locate upon.
In Massachusetts, in Rhode Island, in Connecticut and upon Long Island his tracks may be seen, as, first in one locality and then in another, he obtained title more or less perfect to the wild lands occupied by the Indians.
Windham County is bounded on the west by Tolland County, the south by New London County, the east by Kent and Providence Counties RI, and the north by Worcester Co MA.
users.rcn.com /lmerrell/windham.html   (2853 words)

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