Jails -- Connecticut -- Litchfield County
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
George N. Baldwin account book
The George N. Baldwin account book (2011-105-0) was maintained by Baldwin in 1875 and 1876. The small book records items bought for the Litchfield County Jail from A.S. Wright and Company.
Connecticut. Superior Court (Litchfield County)
A writ issued by William Pelham, Clerk of the Court, for the punishment of John Thomas, a transient in the Litchfield Jail. He was convicted of burning 2 houses and a mill in Sharon, Conn. The sentence to be carried out by the County Sheriff, is for Thomas to be set upon the gallows with a rope around his neck for one hour, and then to be whipped on his naked body. Lynde Lord, Sheriff, attested on the back of the writ that the punishment had been carried out.
Interview cassette tapes
Litchfield County Commissioners records
The Litchfield County Commissioners records (1987-11-0) contain documents pertaining to the activities of the County Commissioners. The county government system in Connecticut was abolished on October 1, 1960.