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Name Stoughton, Lemuel
Publications Wrote diary describing the houses on Main Street, "Lemuel Stoughton's Diary 1889-1899." Typed transcript in Individual and Family Papers with Object ID 2002.07.001.

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1993.49.004 - L. Ellsworth Stoughton relates incidents at Old East Windsor Quarry

Letter from L.Ellsworth Stoughton, possibly written for informational purposes only [since there is no addressee] and superimposed upon an 1869 receipt, noting that his grandfather Lemuel Stoughton operated the Old East Windsor Quarry from 1842-1877 and that there may be several quarry machines submerged at the bottom.

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1993.49.005 - Connecticut River Quarry Co. receipt

Copy of 1869 receipt from the Connecticut River Quarry Co. located in East Windsor Hill, CT.

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2002.07.001 - Lemuel Stoughton's diary

Transcription of Lemuel Stoughton's Diary (1884-1899), Pages 33-47 South Windsor Main Street houses and Owners Copy located in Main St Historic houses doc box (Archives Room 4B).

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2002.11.005 - Ebenezer Grant Mansion index

The following is an index to Francis Judd's 112-page manuscript "Ebenezer Grant Mansion" (see 2002.11.002) prepared by Jim Daly, archivist at Wood Memorial Library in South Windsor, CT. Judd's work was based on two sets of ledgers and personal documents from the Grant family between the years 1730 and 1900. One set is held by Wood Memorial Library. The other was loaned out by the family and its location is not readily available. Researchers are advised to use this index and Judd's work as a first step to determine if further study is warranted. Ebenezer Grant often used abbreviations for names and his spelling was often wrong and inconsistant. Judd interpreted the ledgers and intr

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2013.04.074 - Old Town Hall Main Street

Information on the old town hall, built about 1914 by architect Thomas Hayden The building was demolished in 1969 when the new town hall was built in the Wapping section.

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2013.04.090 - 921 Main Street

The Historic Resources Inventory describes this as a two-and-one-half story Greek Revival style house. John Newberry King built this house in 1847. He built a larger house at 793 Main Street and sold this house in 1871 to Edwin B. Ripley. Other occupants included Mr. Thomas Hewlyn, Horace Towne, Walter and Dorothy Kryzak, Jr., and Laure Bancroft.

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R1993.24.463 - Hildred Raymond Photo Collection

Writing on photo: Group photograph. Whiz Grant Ros Grant Lem Stoughton } all Stoughton (family??) John W. Stoughton } Mrs Fred Grant (middle) } Probably Annie and Roswell Grant on left with Maude and Roger, two of their three children, seated in front of them. No date given, but probably early to mid 1890s.