East Hampton

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Buildings Index

Bevin Boulevard
29 Henry S. Smith House (1855)

East High Street
1 Bethlehem Lutheran Church (1856)

Main Street
15 Horatio H. Abbe House (1865)
23 Buckland & Barton Store and Post Office (1871 & 1876)
59 Congregational Church of East Hampton (1948)

Middletown Avenue
16 Deming Sexon House (1862)

Skinner Street
30 William E. Barton House (1855)
70 Second Henry Skinner House (1867)

West High Street
47 St. Patrick’s Church (1897)

Middle Haddam

Blacksmith Hill Road
1 Ira Lee House (1806)

Keighley Pond Road
8 James Hurlbut House (1835)

Knowles Road
2 Middle Haddam Public Library (1799)
21 Joshua and Sarah Cook House (1770)
22 Yeoman-Taylor House (1732)
25 Harriet M. Brainerd House (1886)
27 Captain John Johnson House (1795)
19 Parke-Buckley House (1770)
30 Butler-Simpson House (1838)

Long Hill Road
9 Dr. Charles L. Smith House (1829)
19 Benjamin Clark House (1827)

Moodus Road
52 Second Congregational Church (1855)
58 Capt. Elijah Johnson House (1780)
67 Capt. Ralph Smith House (1790)
94 Henry L. Stewart House (1865)
106 Jesse Hurd House (1812)
111 Abel Shepard, Jr. House (1800)
112 Bartlett Shepard House (1800)
119 Harry Shepard House (1825)

Shipyard Road
17 Parker and Judson Factory (1865)

Links

Chatham Historical Society
http://chathamhistoricalsocietyct.blogspot.com/

Middle Haddam Historic District
http://www.middlehaddam.org/

Books

The One Hundred and Fiftieth Anniversary, 1748-1898, of the Congregational Church of East Hampton (Chatham), Conn., November 30, 1898 (1898)

Early Records of Baptisms, Marriages, Deaths, and Membership of the Congregational Church, East Hampton (Chatham), Conn. (1900)

“Town of Chatham” in History of Middlesex county, Connecticut (1884)