Welcome to the Wintonbury Historical Society

bloomfield_drummer_boyThis site  features information about the history of the Town of Bloomfield and the Wintonbury Parish from which it was formed. We also endeavor to enlighten you about the historic people and places of Bloomfield and about the exciting research being done by members of the community.

Latest NewsletterFebruary-2015-Drummer

Stephanie JacksonNext Program – Wednesday, February 4, 2015 6:30 PM at Prosser Public Library.  The East Haddam Stage Company and actress Stephanie Jackson will present “They Called Me Lizzie: From Slavery to the White House,” the story of Elizabeth Keckly, who was featured in the novel  Mrs. Lincoln’s Dressmaker.

The  Bloomfield History Center of the Wintonbury Historical Society is open on Sunday and Monday afternoons from 1 – 4 for historical and genealogical research.  Its collections and exhibits are also available  to view by appointment.   For an appointment call 860-242-7639 or 860-242-1016. The History Center is located behind the Old Farm School, 153 School Street at the corner of Park Avenue (Route 178).

We invite you to JOIN the Wintonbury Historical Society and help with the development of our many historical and educational projects.

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