Monthly Archives: June 2009

Goodspeeds Cemetery

Address: Main St Route 149 East Haddam, CT 06423 Hours: Always open  

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Tatar Hill Cemetery

Address: Clark Hill Rd Route 82 East Haddam, CT 06415 Hours: Always open

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Congregational Church Cemetery

Address: 499 Town StreetRoute 151 East Haddam, CT 06423 Hours: Always open  

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Moodus Cemetery

Address: North Moodus RoadEast Haddam, CT 06423 Hours: Always open

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Cove Cemetery

Description: The Cove graveyard in East Haddam was found to be necessary when ice in the river prevented crossing for burials on the Haddam side. In 1705 East Haddam voted to improve the Cove graveyard. Long in disuse, in 1901-04 … Continue reading

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Joseph Spencer Monument

Description: Erected by the State of Connecticut due to the petition of the Nathan Hale Memorial Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution. The Spencer family’s graves and headstones were later removed from their first resting place in the … Continue reading

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Oliver Ellsworth Homestead

Description: Built in 1781. The Home of Oliver Ellsworth, famous Revolutionary Patriot, Jurist, and Statesman. Born in 1745, Oliver Ellsworth was one of the framers of the United States Constitution, Connecticut’s first Senator, and author of the Judiciary Act, which … Continue reading

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Fort Stamford

Description: It is in the process of being restored by a small group of volunteers named the Fort Stamford Preservation Coalition. The site was once the location of an earthworks redoubt manned by some 300 men under the command of … Continue reading

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Putnam Cottage

Description: Step back in time as you visit this authentic Greenwich dwelling of the 1690’s…  the former Knapp Tavern, frequent quarters for fearless Revolutionary General Israel Putnam… storehouse of thrilling history and fascinating Colonial artifacts. Address:  243 East Putnam AveGreenwich, … Continue reading

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REPORT – Bunker Hill and Norwich 350

Dear Compatriots of the Connecticut Line CTSSAR, For the 13th year now, members have participated in the annual ceremonies commemorating the First Major Battle of the American Revolution, Bunker Hill. Wreaths were placed, and once again the Connecticut Line fired … Continue reading

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