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Middlesex County

Politicians who died in Middlesex County

  Chatham (now East Hampton): John Stewart, 1860
  Chester: Washington F. Willcox, 1909 — Douglas J. Bennet, 1995
  Clinton: Josiah C. Chittenden, 1865 — Charles A. Elliot, 1916
  Cromwell: George F. Chapin, 1920
  Deep River, Saybrook: Constant W. Chatfield, 1921
  Durham: Joseph Chidsey, 1868
  East Haddam: Joseph Spencer, 1789 — Epaphroditus Champion, 1834
  East Hampton: William A. O'Neill, 2007
  Essex: Samuel Ingham, 1881 — James Phelps, 1900 — Charles Harrington, 1919 — Fred H. Holbrook, 1967 — Chester Bowles, 1986
  Fenwick, Old Saybrook: Joseph W. Alsop, 1891
  Haddam: Charles Arnold, 1861 — Samuel Arnold, 1869 — Fannie K. Tyler, 1934
  Higganum, Haddam: Jonathan Usher, 1839
  Killingworth: David Kelsey, 1832 — David P. Kelsey, 1874 — Arthur E. Parmelee, 1937 — Cleon L. Parmelee, 1958
  Middlefield: Charles P. Augur, 1919 — Edwin P. Augur, 1925
  Middletown: Titus Hosmer, 1780 — Samuel W. Dana, 1830 — Samuel D. Hubbard, 1855 — Henry E. Peck, 1867 — Ebenezer Jackson, Jr., 1874 — Julius Hotchkiss, 1878 — Samuel L. Warner, 1893 — William T. Elmer, 1907 — Alfred H. Augur, 1933 — Layton A. Kelsey, 1952 — Joseph A. Adorno, 1988
  Old Saybrook: John Alsop, 2000
  Portland: Gordon S. Goodrich, 1923 — John H. Kirkham, 1939 — William R. Peterson, 1992
   See also Connecticut deathplaces not assigned to counties.

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