The History of Ancient Windsor, Connecticut: Including East Windsor, South Windsor, and Ellington, Prior to 1768, the Date of Their Separation from the Old Town : and Windsor, Bloomfield and Windsor Locks, to the Present Time : Also the Genealogies and Genealogical Notes of Those Families which Settled Within the Limits of Ancient Windsor, Connecticut, Prior to 1800

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Heritage Books, 1997 - 510

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