GreenerPasture.com

Sign In


Add YOUR Family To This Page

What is the history of Enfield, Connecticut, USA ?

People, Pictures, Old Postcards and Stories From the Past

(Thompsonville)

Explore Enfield, Connecticut, USA. Discover its history. Learn about the people who lived there through stories, old newspaper articles, pictures and genealogy.
Enfield, Hartford, Connecticut, USA

Thompsonville is a census-designated place in the town of Enfield.

"Enfield, a post-village of Hartford county, Connecticut, on the left bank of the Connecticut river, where it is crossed by the New Haven, Hartford, and Springfield railroad, 14 miles N. by E. from Hartford. A bridge, the first erected across this stream in the state, connects it with Suffield. A canal, 5 1/ 2 miles in length, has been constructed ground the falls in the Connecticut, opposite the village. Population of the township, 4400."

A New and Complete Gazetteer of the United States: Giving a Full and Comprehensive Review of the Present Condition, Industry, and Resources of the American Confederacy ...
Thomas Baldwin (of Philadelphia.)
Joseph Thomas
January 1, 1854
Philadelphia : Lippincott, Grambo & Company 1854.

Not the place you are looking for? Try again!
Search for your ancestors by place

Search for Your Family by Place

To search for a place, specify place name below. Choose name from the list. Then SEARCH.
*Place Name:
  • Enfield was settled in 1679 by settlers from Salem, Massachusetts.

    www.wikipedia.org

  • 1683 - Enfield named and incorporated as a part of Massachusetts in 1683

    connecticuthistory.org/ towns-page/ enfield/

  • 1749 - Following a boundary dispute settlement (with Massachusetts), Enfield became part of Connecticut in 1749.

    connecticuthistory.org/ towns-page/ enfield/

  • Enfield's third meeting house (church) was dedicated January 1, 1775 and was soon to be the site of one of Enfield's most historic events.
    Tradition has it that on Thursday, April 20, 1775 Reverend Elam Potter's regular Thursday sermon was interrupted by Private (later Captain) Thomas...Read MORE...


  • In 1793, a historic Shaker village, Enfield Shaker village, one of nineteen scattered from Maine to Kentucky, was established in the town.
    The Utopian religious sect practiced celibate, communal living, and is today renowned for its simple architecture and furniture. Membership...Read MORE...


  • 1819 - Enfield
    Enfield, a post town, is situated in the northeast corner of the county, on the east side of Connecticut river; being 16 miles from Hartford, and 50...Read MORE...


  • (Enfield) Orrin Thompson established the first carpet mill on Freshwater (also known as Asnuntuck) Brook in 1828.

    www.enfieldhistoricalsociety.org/ EHShistory.html

  • (Enfield) In 1835 Allen Loomis built a small black powder (gunpowder) mill in Powder Hollow in Scitico.
    In 1836 he and several partners formed Loomis, Denslow and Company. In 1837 Augustus Hazard joined the firm and quickly became the driving force...Read MORE...


  • 1859
    ENFIELD, a township in Hartford co., in Connecticut, 18 m. N by E of Hartford. Pop. 2,648.
    A Gazetteer of the World: Or, Dictionary of Geographical Knowledge, Publisher A. Fullarton, 1859

  • Enfield, Connecticut, USA
    Post Office, Thompsonville
  • Enfield, Connecticut, USA
    The Old Meacham House in Enfield, Conn. Built at the close of the eighteenth century.
  • Enfield, Connecticut, USA
    First Congregational Church
  • Enfield, Connecticut, USA
    Part of the Hartford Carpet Company's Plant, Thompsonville, Conn.
  • Enfield, Connecticut, USA
    Woodland, Church Family of Shakers
  • Enfield, Connecticut, USA
    Enfield Conn. High School, Soldier's Monument and Library.
  • Enfield, Connecticut, USA
    School Street looking North. Hazardville, Conn.
  • January 14, 1913 - Gunpowder factory in Enfield exploded, destroying most of the plant.

    www.enfieldhistoricalsociety.org/ EHShistory.html

  • 1916
    Enfield, a post- village and township (town) of Hartford co., Conn., about 16 miles N. of Hartford, near the E. bank of the Connecticut River, here...Read MORE...


  • Enfield, Connecticut, USA
    Burns Ave., Thompsonville, Conn. Louis Burns, Owner and Builder
  • Enfield, Connecticut, USA
    The Shakers Village, 1943
  • Enfield, Connecticut, USA
    Enfield Inn
    Open: All Year - Finest in Food - Catering to Banquets - Parties - Weddings - and All Social Functions
    Phone: Thompsonville 3950 Enfield, Conn.


Old Photos, Pictures, Advertisements and Postcards from Enfield, Connecticut, USA


Enfield, Connecticut, USA (Thompsonville)
Pinterest
Post Office, Thompsonville

Enfield, Connecticut, USA (Thompsonville)
Pinterest
The Old Meacham House in Enfield, Conn. Built at the close of the eighteenth century.

Enfield, Connecticut, USA (Thompsonville)
Pinterest
First Congregational Church

Enfield, Connecticut, USA (Thompsonville)
Pinterest
Enfield Conn. High School, Soldier's Monument and Library.

Enfield, Connecticut, USA (Thompsonville)
Pinterest
School Street looking North. Hazardville, Conn.

Enfield, Connecticut, USA (Thompsonville)
Pinterest
Part of the Hartford Carpet Company's Plant, Thompsonville, Conn.


Enfield, Connecticut, USA (Thompsonville)
Pinterest
Woodland, Church Family of Shakers

Enfield, Connecticut, USA (Thompsonville)
Pinterest
Burns Ave., Thompsonville, Conn. Louis Burns, Owner and Builder

Enfield, Connecticut, USA (Thompsonville)
Pinterest
The Shakers Village, 1943

Enfield, Connecticut, USA (Thompsonville)
Pinterest
Enfield Inn
Open: All Year - Finest in Food - Catering to Banquets - Parties - Weddings - and All Social Functions
Phone: Thompsonville 3950 Enfield, Conn.
A story for your children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren!



The Polar Bears' Home: A Story About Global Warming

History and News of Enfield, Connecticut, USA

Add History/News
  • Enfield was settled in 1679 by settlers from Salem, Massachusetts.
    www.wikipedia.org
  • 1683 - Enfield named and incorporated as a part of Massachusetts in 1683
    connecticuthistory.org/ towns-page/ enfield/
  • 1749 - Following a boundary dispute settlement (with Massachusetts), Enfield became part of Connecticut in 1749.
    connecticuthistory.org/ towns-page/ enfield/
  • Enfield's third meeting house (church) was dedicated January 1, 1775 and was soon to be the site of one of Enfield's most historic events.
    Tradition has it that on Thursday, April 20, 1775 Reverend Elam Potter's regular Thursday sermon was interrupted by Private (later Captain) Thomas... Read MORE...

  • In 1793, a historic Shaker village, Enfield Shaker village, one of nineteen scattered from Maine to Kentucky, was established in the town.
    The Utopian religious sect practiced celibate, communal living, and is today renowned for its simple architecture and furniture. Membership... Read MORE...

  • 1819 - Enfield
    Enfield, a post town, is situated in the northeast corner of the county, on the east side of Connecticut river; being 16 miles from Hartford, and 50... Read MORE...

  • (Enfield) Orrin Thompson established the first carpet mill on Freshwater (also known as Asnuntuck) Brook in 1828.
    www.enfieldhistoricalsociety.org/ EHShistory.html
  • (Enfield) In 1835 Allen Loomis built a small black powder (gunpowder) mill in Powder Hollow in Scitico.
    In 1836 he and several partners formed Loomis, Denslow and Company. In 1837 Augustus Hazard joined the firm and quickly became the driving force... Read MORE...

  • 1859
    ENFIELD, a township in Hartford co., in Connecticut, 18 m. N by E of Hartford. Pop. 2,648. A Gazetteer of the World: Or, Dictionary of Geographical Knowledge, Publisher A. Fullarton, 1859
  • January 14, 1913 - Gunpowder factory in Enfield exploded, destroying most of the plant.
    www.enfieldhistoricalsociety.org/ EHShistory.html
  • 1916
    Enfield, a post- village and township (town) of Hartford co., Conn., about 16 miles N. of Hartford, near the E. bank of the Connecticut River, here... Read MORE...

Enfield, Connecticut, USA Genealogy

Ancestors Who Were Born in Enfield, Connecticut, USA

We currently have information about ancestors who were born in Enfield.

View Them Now (sorted by last name)

View Them Now (sorted by year of birth)


Ancestors Who Died in Enfield, Connecticut, USA

We currently have information about ancestors who died in Enfield.

View Them Now (sorted by last name)

View Them Now (sorted by year of death)


Ancestors Who Were Married in Enfield, Connecticut, USA

We currently have information about ancestors who were married in Enfield.

View Them Now


Updated: 6/15/2019 10:17:13 AM

Are you from Enfield? Do you have ancestors from there? Tell us YOUR story!

If you'd like to be contacted by others who have ancestors from Enfield, leave a message here!
The comments you read here belong only to the person who posted them. We reserve the right to remove off-topic and inappropriate comments.