Month: May 2016

Newspaper articles that mention James Conklin


James Cochran (later changed his name to Conklin) Barkhamsted Descendant Note from Coni: I spoke with Kathy (Messenger) Melody today and has a close family connection to James (She also donated photo above – she had of James) – She filled in the blanks… Continue Reading “Newspaper articles that mention James Conklin”

CT State Historical Preservation Office is spotlighting Barkhamsted Lighthouse


Thank you Laurie Lamarre for sharing this info: For the next several weeks, #CTSHPO60 will shift the spotlight to Litchfield County and today, CT State Historic Preservation Office celebrates #Barkhamsted. The Barkhamsted Lighthouse Archaeological Preserve features the remains of a rural 18th and 19th… Continue Reading “CT State Historical Preservation Office is spotlighting Barkhamsted Lighthouse”

Was sent a autographed Lewis Mills book today: The Legend of Barkhamsted Light House


I was so excited to receive a copy of this book! And to have it signed was amazing! This is one I didn’t have! I want to say a big THANK YOU to Anne Walluk of Burlington “Friends” of the Library of Connecticut who… Continue Reading “Was sent a autographed Lewis Mills book today: The Legend of Barkhamsted Light House”

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