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Cheap Car Insurance in New Milford CT

Agent Phone Address
Allstate Insurance Agents
Walter Barlow 860-355-3188 60 Danbury Road
New Milford, CT 06776
Betty J. Williams 203-740-2188 18 Old Route 7
Brookfield, CT 06804
Timothy J Haas 203-746-5077 100 Route 37
Suite 1, New Fairfield
Adam Goichman 203-912-1697 100 Route 37 Suite 1
New Fairfield, CT 06812
Donald B. Dedrick Agency Inc. 845-877-3333 Pob 319
Dover Plains, NY 12522

New Milford CT History

Colonial times

In 1707, John Noble Sr., previously of Westfield, Massachusetts and his eight-year-old daughter, Sarah Noble, who has a public school named after her, were the first white settlers, but they were soon joined by others who had also bought land there.

On October 17, 1711, 12 families including about 70 people petitioned the General Assembly to create the town, together with the associated privilege of levying a tax to support a minister. With the legislature's approval, the town was organized the next year. Shortly thereafter Daniel Boardman was secured to preach and was ordained as the minister of the Congregational Church on

Roger Sherman's house was on the lot of the present Town Hall; however, he moved to New Haven in 1761. He later became a member of the Continental Congress and signed both the Declaration of Independence and U.S. Constitution.

During the American Revolution, the 7th Connecticut Regiment (also known as 19th Continental Regiment) was raised in town on September 16, 1776. The regiment, and the New Milford men in it, would see action in the Battle of Brandywine, Battle of Germantown and the Battle of Monmouth. In total, the town "sent 285 men to fight in the War out of a total population of 2,776.