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Cheap Car Insurance in West Haven CT

Agent Phone Address
Allstate Insurance Agents
Malak K Boutros 203-934-8100 1006 Boston Post Rd
West Haven, CT 06516
David Reed 203-891-9011 236 Boston Post Rd 2nd Fl
Orange, CT 06477
Kyle Phillips 203-795-5577 501 Boston Post Rd Ste 3
Orange, CT 06477
Edmonde Bernier Jr. 203-624-6000 977 State Street
1R, New Haven

West Haven CT in Retrospect

Settled in 1648, West Haven (then known as West Farms) was a part of the original New Haven Colony. In 1719, it became the separate parish of West Haven, but was still officially a part of New Haven until 1822. During the American Revolution, West Haven was the frequent launch and arrival point for raiding parties on both sides of the war. On July 5, 1779 the British invaded New Haven Harbor and came ashore in West Haven and East Haven. Thomas Painter, a teenaged militiaman watching for the approaching British ships while standing atop Savin Rock, is depicted on the city seal. The main commercial street, Campbell Avenue, is named for British Adjutant William Campbell, at the time an Ensign in the Third Guards, who rescued the Reverend Noah Williston, the local Congregational minister and outspoken revolutionary, from being bayoneted by British and Jager troopers, after he broke his leg trying to escape his captors. Campbell then ordered the soldiers to help the minster back to the parsonage and had the regimental surgeon set his leg. Campbell is also credited with keeping the troops in reasonably good order during their march through the village and reportedly had two soldiers arrested after a local woman accused them of stealing her jewelry. Campbell was killed hours later a top Allingtown Hill on his way to New Haven by a local farmer-turned defender. Campbell is buried in the Allingtown section of town off of Prudden Street. Patriot victims of the invasion are buried in the Christ Church and First Society Cemetery. An historical headstone marks Campbell's approximate gravesite and is maintained by the West Haven Historical Society.