Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Armstrong family papers
Dallas Cline collection
Four deeds relating to land transactions in Washington, Conn., and Warren, Conn., involving James Osborn, James Barton, Nelson Hull, Frederick Clark, and William Goodrich.
Richard Southall Grant Photographs
This collection includes photographs taken by Richard Southall Grant for Mr. & Mrs. Irving Holley of Torrington. Mr. Grant was a relation of Mr. or Mrs. Holley.
Newman Hungerford Photograph Album
George Richards sermons and address
Item 1: sermon delivered Apr. 27, 1862, and Feb. 4, 1866; Item 2: sermon delivered Sep. 14, 1862 prior to the departure of the 19th Regiment; Item 3: address, "How New England Can Hold Its Own," delivered Jan. 21, 1869, in Washington, Conn., at the dedication of Farmers' Hall.
Whittlesey family papers
Grant Wickwire papers
Deeds, promissory notes, and a certificate indicating service in the American Revolution relating to Litchfield, Conn., resident Grant Wickwire (1760-1848).
Grant Wickwire was born in Colchester, Conn. He settled in Litchfield County in 1788. He served in the American Revolution and received a pension. In 1791, he married Sarah Throop (1776-1821), the daughter of William Throop and Eunice Stilson. Grant Wickwire and Sarah Throop Wickwire had thirteen children.