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Established May 10, 1666
Disbanded Still Active
Last ModifiedRP October 02, 2013 09:57pm
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March 16, 1881 -


NEW LONDON gained the town of Voluntown from WINDHAM. (Conn. Pub. Acts 1881, ch. 28, sec. 1/p. 16)

June 03, 1824 - March 16, 1881


NEW LONDON gained the town of Lebanon from WINDHAM. (Conn. Pub. Acts 1824, ch. 8/p. 47)

October 13, 1803 - June 03, 1824


NEW LONDON lost to HARTFORD when the town of Marlborough was created from Colchester, Glastonbury, and Hebron. (Conn. Spec. Acts 1803, 2:1157-1158)

May 12, 1785 - October 13, 1803


NEW LONDON lost to creation of MIDDLESEX. (Conn. St. Recs., 6:10-11)

October 09, 1783 - May 12, 1785


NEW LONDON gained town of Colchester from HARTFORD. (Conn. St. Recs., 5:220, 281, 378, 384)

May 12, 1726 - October 09, 1783


NEW LONDON lost to creation of WINDHAM. (Conn. Col. Recs., 7:11-13)

May 09, 1717 - May 12, 1726


NEW LONDON gained from Non-County Area 5. Non-County Area 5 eliminated. (Conn. Col. Recs., 6:6-7)

October 14, 1708 - May 09, 1717


NEW LONDON lost the town of Colchester to HARTFORD. (Conn. Col. Recs., 5:80-81)

October 10, 1700 - October 14, 1708


NEW LONDON gained the town of Lebanon from Non-County Area 1. (Conn. Col. Recs., 4:334)

October 12, 1699 - October 10, 1700


NEW LONDON gained the town of Colchester from Non-County Area 1. (Conn. Col. Recs., 4:298)

October 14, 1697 - October 12, 1699


NEW LONDON gained the Quinebaug River Valley from Non-County Area 1. (Conn. Col. Recs., 4:226)

October 13, 1687 - October 14, 1697


NEW LONDON gained the town of Preston from Non-County Area 1. (Conn. Col. Recs., 3:240)

May 10, 1666 - October 13, 1687


NEW LONDON created by Colony of Connecticut as one of four original counties. (Conn. Col. Recs., 2:34-35)

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