Thompson, Connecticut, USA (North Grosvenordale) (Quinebaug) - 1854 - Thompson
Thompson, a post-township of Windham county, Connecticut, intersected by the Norwich and Worcester railroad, and drained by the Quinebaug and French rivers, which furnish abundant water-power, 36 miles N. by E. from Norwich. It contains several manufacturing villages, the principal of which are Masonsville, Fishersville, and Wilsonsville, on the Norwich and Worcester railroad, and New Boston, in the N. W. corner of the township. The thriving village of Thompson is situated centrally on elevated ground, and has communication with the above railroad. It contains 2 or 3 churches, several stores, and a bank. Pop. of the township, 4638.
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.
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