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Genealogy and History of NEW HAVEN County, Connecticut
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  12 Complete Searchable Publications on one CD
1.  Records of the colony of jurisdiction of New Haven : from May, 1653 to the union : together with the New Haven code of 1656 Hartford Conn.: Printed by Case, Lockwood and Co., 1858, 630  pgs. 
2.  History of the colony of New Haven : before and after the union with Connecticut : containing a particular description of the towns which composed that government, viz., New Haven, Milford, Guilford, Branford, Stamford, & Southold, L.I., with a notice of the towns which have been set off from "the original six" New Haven Conn.: Hitchcock & Stafford, 1838, Lambert, Edward R 232  pgs. 
3.  The beginnings of the Episcopal Church in New Haven : a discourse New Haven, Conn.?: The Wardens and Vestry, 1894,  Harwood, Edwin, 46  pgs.
4.  The history of the North Church in New Haven : from its formation in May, 1742, during the great awakening, to the completion of the century in May, 1842, in three sermons New Haven: A.H. Maltby, 1842, Dutton, Samuel W. S. 128  pgs.     
5.  Inscriptions on tombstones in New Haven, erected prior to 1800 New Haven: 1882, Dexter, Franklin Bowditch,  145  pgs. 
6.  Records of the colony and plantation of New Haven, from 1638 to 1649 Hartford: Printed by Case, Tiffany and Co., for the editor, 1857, 555  pgs. 
7.  Report of the committee appointed to inquire into the condition of the New Haven burying ground and to propose a plan for its improvement, New Haven, 1839, 28  pgs.  
8.  Thirteen historical discourses on the completion of two hundred years : from the beginning of the First Church in New Haven, with an appendix New Haven: Durrie & Peck, 1839,  Bacon, Leonard, 409  pgs.      
9.  History of the South Congregational Church, New Haven : from its origin in 1852 till January 1, 1865 New Haven, Conn.,  Hallock, Gerard,, 1865, 307  pgs.            
10.  The British invasion of New Haven, Connecticut : together with some account of their landing and burning the towns of Fairfield and Norwalk, July, 1779 New Haven, Conn.: Tuttle Morehouse & Taylor, printers, 1879, c1878, Townshend, Charles Hervey, 118  pgs.         
11.  A historical discourse, delivered by request before the citizens of New Haven, April 25, 1838 : the two hundredth anniversary of the first settlement of the town and colony New Haven: B. & W. Noyes, 1838, Kingsley, James Luce, 115  pgs.           
12.  Inventory of the town and city archives of Connecticut. : New Haven County New Haven, Conn.: Historical Records Survey, 1938, 199  pgs. 

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