MAY 1805 — Wintonbury, CT
Connecticut, "Special Acts and Resolutions of the State of Connecticut," Hartford: State; [etc.], 1789: page 458. http://books.google.com/books?id=jBs4AAAAIAAJ
RESOLVE ANNEXING CERTAIN PERSONS TO WINTONBURY SOCIETY. PASSED, OCTOBER 1792.
Upon petition of Isaac Burr, Jedediah Olcott, John Allen and Eunice Burr, shewing that they are settled on the east side of Mount Philip in Farmington, that their lands are about 150 acres, abutting northward upon Simsbury south line, east upon the west line of the society of Wintonbury, west upon the east line of the society of Northington, and south upon unsettled lands: Resolved by this Assembly, That the petitioners be, and they with their said lands described as aforesaid, be, and the same with their estates thereon are annexed to said society of Wintonbury for every purpose appertaining
IN ADDITION PASSED, MAY 1805.
Upon petition of Noah Griswold, Frederick Griswold, and Samuel Barnard of Windsor : Resolved by this Assembly, That the petitioners be, and they are hereby separated from the ecclesiastical and school societies of Poquonock, and annexed to the ecclesiastical and school societies of said Parish of Wintonbury, and the listers of the town of Windsor, are hereby authorized and directed to receive and include the respective lists of polls and rateable estate of the petitioners, and add to, and include the same in the list of polls and rateable estate for said Parish and school society of Wintonbury.