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Killingly, Connecticut, USA

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Where is Killingly, Connecticut, USA? 

Killingly is a town in Windham County, Connecticut, United States. It consists of the borough of Danielson and the villages of Attawaugan, Ballouville, Dayville, East Killingly, Rogers, and South Killingly. wiki/ Killingly,_Connecticut

Killingly’s first known settler was Richard Evans, who came from Rehoboth, Massachusetts in 1693. In the early 1700s other settlers came, mostly from the Boston area. Killingly was incorporated in 1708. At that time its borders extended from Plainfield to Massachusetts and included what is now Thompson and much of Putnam. The town’s earliest establishments included taverns, blacksmith shops, grist and saw mills. By 1770, William Danielson, later a Colonel in the militia, had established an iron works on the Five Mile River in present-day Danielson. brian/ khs/ brfhst1.html

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Killingly, Connecticut, USA - Wildwood Park, Killingly, Conn.
Killingly, Connecticut, USA

Wildwood Park, Killingly, Conn.

"Wildwood Park was a popular summer resort on the east side of Alexander's Lake in the early 1900s. The area was... Read MORE...
Killingly, Connecticut, USA - Town Meeting, Killingly, Conn.
Killingly, Connecticut, USA

Town Meeting, Killingly, Conn.
Killingly, Connecticut, USA - Mansion House, Wildwood Park
Killingly, Connecticut, USA

Mansion House, Wildwood Park

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1708 - (Killingly, CT) - Settled in 1700 and incorporated in 1708, the town began as several mill villages sited on its abundant waterways, including the Five-Mile and Quinebaug Rivers. towns-page/ killingly/
"Killingly Then & Now"

"Killingly Then & Now" (
News  1809 - On May 5, 1809, Mrs. Mary Kies of South Killingly was the first woman in the United States to receive a patent.
Her patent was for a new way to braid straw with silk and other threads in the making of women’s...Read MORE...

1819 - Killingly
Killingly, a flourishing agricultural and manufacturing post township, is situated in the eastern...Read MORE...

Killingly, a post-village of Windham co., Conn., in Killingly township (town), 28 miles N. by E. of ...Read MORE...

Ancestors Who Were Born Here

flag   Mary ALDRICH (1787, Killingly, Connecticut, USA - 15 February 1866, Brimfield, Massachusetts, USA)

flag   William Henry BACKUS (20 July 1844, Killingly, Connecticut, USA - 14 November 1926, Danielson, Connecticut, USA) gravestone

flag   Jacob BALLARD (10 March 1808, Killingly, Connecticut, USA - 17 December 1875, Ware, Massachusetts, USA) gravestone

flag   Keziah BARROWS (7 September 1757, Killingly, Connecticut, USA - 9 July 1820, Hebron, Maine, USA)

flag   Damaris CADY (22 September 1717, Killingly, Connecticut, USA - 4 February 1776, Putnam, Connecticut, USA)

Hewlett (Hulet)
American Revolutionary War Soldier flag   John HEWLETT (HULET) (31 March 1756, Killingly, Connecticut, USA - 26 August 1842, Brunswick, Medina, Ohio, USA) gravestone
flag   John HEWLETT (HULET) (8 September 1716, Killingly, Connecticut, USA - 1805, Killingly, Connecticut, USA) gravestone
flag   Michael Powell HEWLETT (HULET) (15 December 1679, Killingly, Connecticut, USA - February 1774, Killingly, Connecticut, USA) gravestone

flag   Nehemiah HOUGHTON (10 June 1791, Killingly, Connecticut, USA - 9 October 1875, Union, Connecticut, USA) gravestone

flag   Perley HOWE (1710, Killingly, Connecticut, USA - 10 March 1753, Killingly, Connecticut, USA)
flag   Sarah Alvira HOWE (9 November 1764, Killingly, Connecticut, USA - 21 January 1797, Tyringham, Massachusetts, USA) gravestone

flag   Ezekiel MIGHILL (31 December 1732, Killingly, Connecticut, USA - 1815, Wallingford, Vermont, USA)

flag   Elizabeth PLAICE (1813, Killingly, Connecticut, USA - 5 October 1874, Ware, Massachusetts, USA)

flag   James RICHMOND (6 October 1790, Killingly, Connecticut, USA - 31 December 1873, Monson, Massachusetts, USA) gravestone

flag   Channing SMITH (12 November 1797, Killingly, Connecticut, USA - 29 October 1878, Blackstone, Massachusetts, USA) gravestone

flag   Luther WARREN (3 October 1767, Killingly, Connecticut, USA - 6 August 1839, Putnam, Connecticut, USA) gravestone
US Civil War Soldiers flag   Mark Anthony WARREN (20 August 1830, Killingly, Connecticut, USA - 11 September 1862, Mound City, Pulaski County, Illinois, USA) gravestone

flag   Margaret WILSON (28 October 1729, Killingly, Connecticut, USA - 1821, Wallingford, Vermont, USA)

Ancestors Who Died Here

We currently have information about 32 ancestors who died in Killingly, Connecticut, USA.
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Ancestors Who Were Married Here

John HEWLETT (HULET) (8 September 1716 - 1805) & Sarah SEARLES (23 June 1723 - 21 January 1797)
married 4 December 1746

Perley HOWE (3 February 1742 - 16 June 1795) & Tamar DAVIS (17 October 1745 - 31 December 1771)
married 12 January 1765

Richard Dale BURRIS (28 September 1935 - 8 January 1971) & Marilyn Elaine MASON (1 October 1937 - 24 May 2014)
married 17 October 1959

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