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Windham County
Connecticut

Politicians who died in Windham County

  Windham County (no city given): Daniel Packer, 1838
  Brooklyn: Daniel P. Tyler, 1875 — William H. Bishop, 1928
  Canterbury: Moses Cleveland, 1806 — Andrew T. Judson, 1853
  Hampton: John Taintor, 1827 — Solomon Taintor, 1827 — Roger Taintor, 1831 — Chauncey F. Cleveland, 1887
  Killingly: Ebenezer Young, 1851 — Jedediah Sabin, 1861 — Charles A. Russell, 1902
  North Grosvenordale, Thompson: Emelien Roch, 1925
  Plainfield: Sessions L. Adams, 1956 — Clinton E. Frink, 1968
  Putnam: Albert H. Mansfield, 1928 — T. Emmet Clarie, 1997
  South Woodstock, Woodstock: Armin E. Brunn, 1909 — Constantine F. Brunn, 1909
  West Woodstock, Woodstock: Ebenezer Stoddard, 1847
  Willimantic: Walter C. Brown, 1936
  Windham: Eliphalet Dyer, 1807 — George Spafford, 1849 — John Baldwin, 1850 — George S. Catlin, 1851 — Alfred A. Burnham, 1879
  Woodstock: Joseph Spalding, 1923 — Herbert W. Bowen, 1927 — Arthur S. Hardy, 1930 — Hamilton Holt, 1951 — Asa R. Scranton, Jr., 1960
   See also Connecticut deathplaces not assigned to counties.

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