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East Granby Connecticut
Welcome to East Granby, Connecticut
The town of East Granby was first settled in 1664 and was incorporated in June 1858 with lands taken from Granby and Windsor Locks. It is bordered by Granby to the West, Suffield to the Northeast, Windsor Locks to the East, Windsor to the Southeast, Bloomfield to the South and Simsbury to the Southwest. The town is approximatley 17.5 sq miles with a 2000 census population of 4,475 residents. It is belived that in 1705, the first copper mine in America was established on the west side of East Granby. However, after proving to be unsuccessful it was turned into a Colonial American Prison called Old Newgate Prison.
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Vital records for East Granby are available at the town clerk's office beginning in 1858. Please note that access to Connecticut Vital Records restricted to members of an incorporated genealogical society such as the CT Society of Genealogists.
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