The History of Waterbury, Connecticut: The Original Township Embracing Present Watertown and Plymouth, and Parts of Oxford, Wolcott, Middlebury, Prospect and Naugatuck. With an Appendix of Biography, Genealogy and Statistics

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Bronson brothers, 1858 - Waterbury (Conn.) - 582 pages
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Book has a lot of information that will help people research their ancestors who lived in the early days of Waterbury, Connecticut. The genealogical listing is great as well as the military service and other records/information.

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Dirty waterz
It had no stars & I couldn't let my city go down like that lol

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