Information Resources

Here are some links that may aid in your historical research of all things East Windsor!

 

Fire, Ambulance, & Police

Broad Brook Fire Department

Warehouse Point Fire Department

 

Churches

St. John’s Episcopal Church

Grace Episcopal Church

First Congregational Church of East Windsor

Broad Brook Congregational Church

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8 Comments on “Information Resources

  1. My name is Caitlin and I am writing to you on behalf of the Courant Community newspaper, formerly the Reminder News. Often community organizations such as yours look for a way to disseminate information to the community at large and there is a very easy way to do so- submit information about your event to the Courant Community Newspaper! Here is the information for how to submit stories or photos of your events to the Courant Community paper:

    Just email your story and photo submission to community@courant.com . Please include all the details (think about what you’d like to read) – Who, what, where, and when of what’s happening. Don’t forget those names of everyone in your photos!

    Our editors review everything that’s submitted, and post many of your stories on http://www.courantcommunity.com and/or in the Thursday print edition.

    You can remind residents about any event your organization is hosting or has hosted!

    Thank you again and please let me know if you have any questions.

    Thank you!
    Caitlin

  2. What is your phone number? I am a direct descendent of Joseph Lord one of the three brothers who were one of the first settlers. I have a bunch of pictures, letters, quilt, civil war discharge documents etc. I would like to donate. I have no surviving decendents. Please call me at 860 6886327 or 860 8302169 cell. Lynda Karas granddaughter of Ruby Isabel Lord

  3. My name is Jeff Hodlin and I was wondering if you could send a brochure of the Scantic Academy Museum my address is 124 Sabina Dr. Southington CT 06489. Thanks.

  4. My name is Daphne Bogart and I am looking for information on the Stoughton Family. My great great grandmother was Sarah Jane Stoughton (born around 1822-1824 in New York, but was buried, I believe in Windsor…East or South) (she married Philetus Gordon). I was told by a cousin, that she was a descendent of Thomas Stoughton who immigrated to the Americas in 1630. I have had trouble finding Sarah’s parents and grandparents, etc. and am constructing a family tree of starting with Thomas Stoughton very painstakingly. After much searching on Ancestry, I have grown frustrated by not being able to find any information on her. Can you help me and point me in the right direction. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Should I join the Historical Society? I am a member of my birth city, The Berkeley Historical Society, here in California and find these societies of great value to the community. Thank you in advance, Daphne P.S. I am a retired employee of Bayer, and just read about their bee program donation. So great!

    • Thank you so much for your comment! I will check in our records to see what we can find. Stoughton is very well known name in town and a Ellsworth Stoughton actually started our historical society! Feel free to e-mail us at eastwindsorhistory@gmail.com so we can provide you with what we find.

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