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See where your family fits in at the New Milford Historical Society

So much of the process of recording history revolves around ephemera, the little snapshots of everyday life that paint a picture of what living in a time or place were really like. This is why historians and archeologists are so fascinated by attics and middens, they are frozen moments in life. The New Milford Historical Society & Museum collects, preserves and interprets objects and information of historical merit pertaining to the backgrounds of individuals and their way of life and customs in the greater New Milford area. It serves the residents and visitors to New Milford as a source of reliable information and seeks to stimulate interest in the culture and history of New Milford. If you are looking for information about what we hold relating to a relative or for any other genealogical purpose, start your search here. And we'd be happy to assist you further with searching our holdings.

The New Milford Historical Society & Museum has records on over 1800 historical figures from New Milford, to see what types of records we hold, and samples of our photographic holdings, scroll through the list, or start typing a name in the field, below. The shaded area indicates the type of materials we hold, just click on a holding to request more information from the Society.

TitleImageGiven NameSurnameBornDiedPhotoDocument
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  Henry Thompson Woolley
Lt   Jabez Wooster 1728
  John Wooster 1790 1858
  Peter Wooster 1762 1789
  Grace Worden
  Elmer Worthington
Dr   Amazariah Wright 1776 1838
  Boardman Wright
  George W Wright 1813 1873
  Helen Morton Wright 1904 1981
  James Wright
  Arlene Yaple
Capt   Paul Yates
  Clara Young
  John Young 1822
  Isaac W Zimmer
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