Society Saturday – Oxford (Connecticut) Historical Society

This entry was posted by Jim Sanders on Saturday, 3 November, 2012 at

The Oxford (Connecticut) Historical Society has a great collection of materials which would benefit genealogists looking for information about ancestors from Oxford, Connecticut. The Oxford Historical Society is located at 60 Towner Road in Oxford, Connecticut. The Twitchell-Rowland Homestead is a 1755 building which was saved from demolition. The society has a small collection of books and materials about Oxford, it’s history and the people who lived within it. These materials include;

  • Early Houses of Oxford
  • Oxford Records – A History of Oxford
  • History of the Town of Oxford, Connecticut
  • A History of Christ Church Quaker Farms in Oxford, Connecticut
  • Oxford Records, The First 175 Years
  • Barbour Collection Orange, Oxford, Plainfield
  • Riggs Genealogy – 23 Binders (Unlikely published anywhere else)
  • Woodruff Genealogy
  • Genealogy of Col. John Davis
  • Hale, House & Related Families mainly of the Connecticut River Valley
  • Various account books from businesses in Oxford, Connecticut
  • Seymour Past and Present

If you have ancestors from Oxford, Connectiocut, come check out Oxford’s first and only museum in a colonial homestead. You can also visit and like the societies facebook page Oxford Historical Society – Facebook. Feel free to leave a comment.

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