Representing Ridgefield Since 1776


TermNameParty AffiliationOccupationAddressBirth PlaceBirth DateDate of Death
2019John H. FreyRepublicanReal estate broker/ownerWilton Rd WestGreenwich, CTFebruary 8, 1963Still living (Age 56)
2017John H. FreyRepublicanReal estate broker/owner2 Copps Hill RdGreenwich, CTFebruary 8, 1963Still living (Age 56)
2015John H. FreyRepublicanReal estate broker/owner2 Copps Hill RdGreenwich, CTFebruary 8, 1963Still living (Age 56)
2013John H. FreyRepublicanReal estate broker/owner2 Copps Hill RdGreenwich, CTFebruary 8, 1963Still living (Age 56)
2011John H. FreyRepublicanReal estate broker/owner2 Copps Hill RdGreenwich, CTFebruary 8, 1963Still living (Age 56)
2009John H. FreyRepublicanReal estate broker/owner2 Copps Hill RdGreenwich, CTFebruary 8, 1963Still living (Age 56)
2007John H. FreyRepublicanReal estate broker/owner2 Copps Hill RdGreenwich, CTFebruary 8, 1963Still living (Age 56)
2005John H. FreyRepublicanReal estate broker/owner2 Copps Hill RdGreenwich, CTFebruary 8, 1963Still living (Age 56)
2003John H. FreyRepublicanReal estate broker/owner2 Copps Hill RdGreenwich, CTFebruary 8, 1963Still living (Age 56)
2001John H. FreyRepublicanReal estate broker/owner2 Copps Hill RdGreenwich, CTFebruary 8, 1963Still living (Age 56)
1999John H. FreyRepublicanReal estate broker/owner2 Copps Hill RdGreenwich, CTFebruary 8, 1963Still living (Age 56)
1997Christopher R. ScalzoRepublicanLegislatorRidgefield—
Lived on Main Street
Peekskill, NYDecember 27, 1963Still living
1995Christopher R. ScalzoRepublicanLegislatorMain StreetPeekskill, NYDecember 27, 1963Still living
1993Barbara M. IrelandDemocratHomemaker75 Hunter LnFort Fairfield, MEFebruary 18, 1945 Still living
1991Barbara M. IrelandDemocratHomemaker75 Hunter LnFort Fairfield, MEFebruary 18, 1945 Still living
1989Barbara M. IrelandDemocratHomemaker75 Hunter LnFort Fairfield, MEFebruary 18, 1945 Still living
1987Barbara M. IrelandDemocratHomemaker75 Hunter LnFort Fairfield, MEFebruary 18, 1945 Still living
1986
Elected Nov. 85 after Rothman resigns; does not run in 1986
Jane JansenRepublicanHomemaker140 Remington RoadNew YorkJanuary 28, 1928September 17, 2014
1985Martha D. RothmanRepublicanHomemaker23 Wooster Heights DrOcala, FL1938Still living
1983Martha D. RothmanRepublicanHomemaker23 Wooster Heights DrOcala, FL1938Still living
1981Elizabeth M. LeonardRepublicanJournalist, first selectman520 N. Salem RdNew York, NY1936July 13, 1992
1979Elizabeth M. LeonardRepublicanJournalist, first selectman520 N. Salem RdNew York, NY1936July 13, 1992
1977Elizabeth M. LeonardRepublicanJournalist, first selectman520 N. Salem RdNew York, NY1936July 13, 1992
1975Herbert V. Camp, Jr.RepublicanAttorneyCraigmoor Rd SouthHartford, CT1935Still living
1973Herbert V. Camp, Jr.RepublicanAttorneyCraigmoor Rd SouthHartford, CT1935Still living
1971
Redistricting occurred during term ‘71–‘73; changed from 163rd to 111th
Herbert V. Camp, Jr.RepublicanAttorneyCraigmoor Rd SouthHartford, CT1935Still living
1969Herbert V. Camp, Jr.RepublicanAttorneyCraigmoor Rd SouthHartford, CT1935Still living
1967John C. KellyRepublicanRetired commander of Connecticut State Police, World War I veteran9 Wilton Rd WestRidgefield, CT1895August 24, 1984
1965
The ‘65–‘67 term was the last year that Ridgefield had two delegates to the CGA House
John C. KellyRepublicanRetired commander of Connecticut State Police, World War I veteran9 Wilton Rd WestRidgefield, CT1895August 24, 1984
Romeo G. PetroniRepublicanAttorney, Superior Court judge, state senator, Korean War veteranShadow LnRidgefield, CTJanuary 17, 1929August 3, 2015
1963John C. KellyRepublicanRetired commander of Connecticut State Police, World War I veteran9 Wilton Rd WestRidgefield, CT1895August 24, 1984
Romeo G. PetroniRepublicanAttorney, Superior Court judge, state senator, Korean War veteranShadow LnRidgefield, CTJanuary 17, 1929August 3, 2015
1961John C. KellyRepublicanRetired commander of Connecticut State Police, World War I veteran9 Wilton Rd WestRidgefield, CT1895August 24, 1984
Romeo G. PetroniRepublicanAttorney, Superior Court judge, state senator, Korean War veteranShadow LnRidgefield, CTJanuary 17, 1929August 3, 2015
1959Robert R. Keeler
(Died in office May 27, 1959)
RepublicanFarmer, Army lt. colonel, constable, World War 1 & II veteran35 Nod RdRidgefield1899May 27, 1959
1959Nancy-Carroll DraperRepublicanDog breeder, museum founder, rancherOld Stagecoach RdBoston, MAAugust 22, 1922January 9, 2008
1959Mary J. KeelerRepublicanHomemaker (Elected in a special election on 2 July 1959 to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Robert R. Keeler, her husband, on 27 May; because of schedule of the CGA, she never had the opportunity to cast a vote.)35 Nod RdNorth Haven, CTApril 5, 1901February 10, 1997
1957Robert R. KeelerRepublicanFarmer, Army lt. colonel, constable, World War 1 & II veteran35 Nod RdRidgefield1899May 27, 1959
Nancy-Carroll DraperRepublicanDog breeder, museum founder, rancherOld Stagecoach RdBoston, MAAugust 22, 1922January 9, 2008
1955Robert R. KeelerRepublicanFarmer, Army lt. colonel, constable, World War 1 & II veteran35 Nod RdRidgefield1899May 27, 1959
Nancy-Carroll DraperRepublicanDog breeder, museum founder, rancherOld Stagecoach RdBoston, MAAugust 22, 1922January 9, 2008
1953Robert R. KeelerRepublicanFarmer, Army lt. colonel, constable, World War 1 & II veteran35 Nod RdRidgefield1899May 27, 1959
Nancy-Carroll DraperRepublicanDog breeder, museum founder, rancherOld Stagecoach RdBoston, MAAugust 22, 1922January 9, 2008
1951Robert R. KeelerRepublicanFarmer, Army lt. colonel, constable, World War 1 & II veteran35 Nod RdRidgefield1899May 27, 1959
Peter A. McManusRepublicanBuilder, trial justice, State Labor Relations Board memberHigh Ridge Ave.Scotland1890January 11, 1970
1949Michael Edward BrunoRepublicanLawyerBridgeportMay 6, 1911June 4, 2004
Peter A. McManusRepublicanBuilder, trial justice, State Labor Relations Board memberHigh Ridge Ave.Scotland1890January 11, 1970
1947Harold E. FinchRepublicanMerchant, real estate brokerRidgefield1887February 28, 1952
Peter A. McManusRepublicanBuilder, trial justice, State Labor Relations Board memberHigh Ridge Ave.Scotland1890January 11, 1970
1945Ethel M. RyanRepublicanHousewifeNYCFebruary 14, 1888February 25, 1971
Peter A. McManusRepublicanBuilder, trial justice, State Labor Relations Board memberHigh Ridge Ave.Scotland1890January 11, 1970
1943Ethel M. RyanRepublicanHomemakerNYCFebruary 14, 1888February 25, 1971
Peter A. McManusRepublicanBuilder, trial justice, State Labor Relations Board memberHigh Ridge Ave.Scotland1890January 11, 1970
1941William R. KeelerRepublicanReal estate & insurance; Bank presidentW. RidgefieldRidgefield1866May 24, 1941
Peter A. McManusRepublicanBuilder, trial justice, State Labor Relations Board memberHigh Ridge Ave.Scotland1890January 11, 1970
1939William R. KeelerRepublicanReal estate & insurance; bank presidentW. RidgefieldRidgefield1866May 24, 1941
Joseph H. DonnellyRepublicanAttorney, probate judge, real estate investorWilton Rd WestBridgeportNovember 29, 1906March 6, 1992
1937Caro H. NorthropRepublicanHouse-mover; farmerSilver Spring RoadRidgefield1861No Data
George L. RockwellRepublicanBusinessman, postmaster, diplomat,
historian (wrote History of Ridgefield)
The Hickories Farm, Lounsbury RoadNew Haven18691947
1935Caro H. NorthropRepublicanHouse-mover; farmerSilver Spring RoadRidgefield1861October 16, 1941
Harvey B. LownRepublicanInsurance agent, tax collector, Navy veteran of World War IRidgefieldWiltonOctober 26, 1899May 1, 1967
1933Alice V. RowlandRepublicanTeacher; state senator; member of State Board of EducationRowland LaneNew York City1896February 10, 1971
Harvey B. LownRepublicanInsurance agent, tax collector, Navy veteran of World War IWilton1900No Data
1931Alice V. RowlandRepublicanTeacher; state senator; member of State Board of EducationRowland LaneNew York City1896February 10, 1971
Hugh ShieldsRepublicanClergymanMonrovia, IN18911971
1929Mortimer Cole KeelerRepublicanFarmer, bookkeeper; school board memberWhipstickRidgefield18691940
Hugh ShieldsRepublicanClergymanMonrovia, IN18911971
1927Mortimer Cole KeelerRepublicanFarmer, bookkeeper; school board memberWhipstickRidgefield18691940
Ethel M. RyanRepublicanMember of school board; Merritt Parkway CommissionNYC1887No Data
1925Seth Low PierrepontRepublicanDiplomat, financier, millionaire; donated state parkOld Barlow Mountain RoadBrooklyn, NY18841956
Ethel M. RyanRepublicanMember of school board; Merritt Parkway CommissionNYC1887No Data
1923Seth Low PierrepontRepublicanDiplomat, financier, millionaire; donated state parkOld Barlow Mountain RoadBrooklyn, NY1886No Data
Thomas W. RyanRepublicanMerchantMill Plain,1886No Data
1921Seth Low PierrepontRepublicanDiplomat, financier, millionaire; donated state parkOld Barlow Mountain RoadBrooklyn, NY1886No Data
William C. BarhiteRepublicanMerchantRidgefield18551937
1919Jesse L. BenedictRepublicanMerchantSouth Salem, NY1879No Data
William C. BarhiteRepublicanMerchant;Ridgefield18551937
1917Jesse L. BenedictRepublicanMerchantSouth Salem, NY1879No Data
James E. RyanRepublicanMerchant, bank presidentHigh RidgeBrewster, NY
1876-1940
18761940
1915James H. PerryRepublicanOwned Elms InnGeorgetown18721957
James E. RyanRepublicanMerchant, Bank PresidentHigh RidgeBrewster, NY
1876-1940
18761940
1913D. Frank BedientDemocratMerchantCatoonah StreetWiltonDecember 31, 1862August 25, 1929
Samuel S. DentonRepublicanCoal dealer, merchantNew York, NY18651944
1911Samuel A. CoeRepublicanFarmer, Civil War veteran, selectmanOld Stagecoach Rd.North Salem, NY1844No Data
William O. SeymourRepublicanSchool headmaster, civil engineer, specializing in railroads; state railroad commissionerParley LaneRidgefield1833January 24, 1911
1909Hiram DavisDemocratMason, Civil War veteran (last to live in Ridgefield)No DataWilton18511947
Charles B. NorthropRepublicanBuilderNo DataRidgefield1842No Data
1907George H. BeckerRepublicanNewsdealerNo DataNYC1852No Data
B. Sturges SelleckRepublicanFarmerRidgebury Rd.Danbury1867No Data
1905George L. RockwellRepublicanBusinessman, postmaster, diplomat,
historian (wrote History of Ridgefield)
The Hickories Farm, Lounsbury RoadNew Haven18691947
Gilbert B. BurrRepublicanFarmer; town official; JS has his diary for 1888Ridgebury RoadNorth Salem, NYDecember 6, 1866July 4, 1914
1903George I. AbbottRepublicanMerchant, early leader of fire departmentLived on Abbott Ave.Irvington, NY18571932
John BrophyRepublicanUS Customs agent, first selectmanNo DataIreland1842No Data
1902
A Constitutional Convention was held in this year
William O. SeymourRepublicanSchool headmaster, civil engineer, specializing in railroads; state railroad commissionerParley LaneRidgefieldNo Data1911
1901Harvey P. BissellRepublicanPharmacist, state senator, state comptroller, U.S. customs official22 West Lane (now West Lane Inn)Morris Farm18661930
Bradley W. SanfordRepublicanFarmerBranchvilleRidgefield1850No Data
1899Ebenezer A. HoytRepublicanFarmerNo DataNo DataSeptember 24, 1836May 11, 1923
John P. KeelerRepublicanFarmerRidgeburyRidgebury1826March 20, 1905
1897Hiram J. KelloggRepublicanFarmer, selectmanNo DataNo DataJune 14, 1850May 14, 1898
Louis I. ValdenRepublicanAssessorNo DataNo DataFebruary 11, 1858May 25, 1920
1895Milan H. MeadRepublicanGrocerNo DataNew YorkOcrober 9, 1829May 16, 1900
Edwin P. WhiteRepublicanSelectman, Civil War veteranRepublicanNo DataNo DataMarch 13, 1905
1893William C. BarhiteRepublicanMerchantNo DataRidgefield18551937
John BrophyRepublicanU.S. customs agent; first selectmanNo DataIreland18411922
1891Russell R. KeelerRepublicanSelectman, farmerNo DataNo DataOctober 28, 1837November 5, 1893
George H. WeedRepublicanFarmerNo DataNo DataNo DataNo Data
1889Elias G. HoytRepublicanCarriage-maker; his daughter, Josie Hoyt Wright, describes election night celebration, including shooting off cannons, in her memoirsNo DataNo Data1835March 16, 1905
Dr. William S. ToddRepublicanPhysicianNo DataNo DataJanuary 1st, 1840Febuary 19th, 1893
1887
This was the first term for which tenure was extended to two years; it had previously been one or even just part of one year.
John F. HolmesRepublicanFarmer, Civil War veteran, (wounded and captured at Chancellorsville)No DataRidgefieldMarch 29, 1847May 13, 1906
Elbridge G. NorthropRepublicanFarmerNo DataRidgefield1831March 20, 1905
1886Nathan CouchRepublicanCarriage trimmer; Civil War veteranNo DataNo Data18351892
Linus O. NorthrupRepublicanHarness-maker, shoemakerWilton Road WestNo DataNo DataMarch 28, 1905
1885William E. PalmerRepublicanFarmerNo DataNo Data18441917
Francis H. StalfordRepublicanGrocerNo DataPennsylvaniaAugust 8, 1847October 3, 1893
1884William C. LoderRepublicanCabinetmaker, Civil War veteran*R. Sigourney HouseNew York18441905
Joel Lawrence RockwellRepublicanShoe manufacturer*R. Sigourney HouseNew YorkAugust 29, 1826January 14, 1909
1883Charles B. MorehouseRepublicanLumber dealer*R. Sigourney HouseConnecticut, RidgefieldMarch 29, 1841March 9, 1915
Albert N. ThomasRepublicanPostmaster, railway conductor*R. Sigourney HouseRidgefield18301901
1882Edward J. CouchRepublicanHatter, real estate investor, pomologist, bird taxidermistWhipstickRedding18281907
Lewis E. SmithRepublicanFarmer*R. Sigourney HouseConnecticut1848No Data
1881Larmon W. AbbottRepublicanClergyman*35 Chapel StreetMiddleberry1819March 14, 1905
Jacob L. DauchyRepublicanHatter, Civil War veteranMain StreetNew YorkMarch 26, 1828March 26, 1914
1880John D. NashRepublicanMerchant, selectman, postmaster (Titicus)Titicus CrossroadsRidgefieldMay 25, 1838July 1, 1902
Aaron W. LeeRepublicanFarmer; selectman, Civil War veteran (wounded at Gettysburg)FarmingvilleRidgefield1831October 20, 1890
1879Charles B. NorthropRepublicanCarpenter and builder*422 Main StreetConnecticut1839No Data
Benjamin Keeler NorthropRepublicanFarmer*422 Main StreetConnecticut1824March 27, 1905
1878Sereno S. HurlbuttRepublicanButcher; merchantMain and Market StreetsRidgefieldJanuary 4, 1825February 25, 1904
David H. ValdenRepublicanTannerNorth Salem Rd.RidgefieldJune 15, 1828September 30, 1885
1877Aaron W. LeeRepublicanFarmer; selectman, Civil War veteran (wounded at Gettysburg)FarmingvilleRidgefield1831October 20th, 1890
Mathew BettsRepublicanCivil engineer, surveyorNoneRidgefieldMay 21st, 1831November 2nd, 1915
1876Samuel J. BarlowDemocratTinner*Union HallRedding18451899
Simon CouchDemocratFarmer*Union HallRedding1830No Data
1875Ira S. KeelerRepublicanFarmer, Civil War veteran*Union HallRidgefield18351904
Nathan LounsburyRepublicanFarmer; father of two governors, including Phineas, who was a rep the year beforeNo DataConnecticut, RidgefieldApril 13, 1807April 27, 1894
1874Phineas Chapman LounsburyRepublicanGovernor, businessman, Civil War veteranGrovelawn (now Community Center) Main StreetRidgefieldJanuary 10, 1841June 22, 1925
Lewis C. SeymourRepublicanDry goods merchant*69 Ashman StreetRidgefield18351901
1873Harvey K. SmithDemocratInnkeeper (Smith Tavern), hotel owner (Oreneca House), postmasterMain StreetRidgefield1813No Data
Edward H. SmithDemocratGrocer, selectman*St. Johns HotelConnecticut18281905
1872George BoughtonRepublicanSelectman*6 Orange StreetConnecticut18251904
Elijah L. ThomasRepublicanBootmaker*6 Orange StreetConnecticut1807No Data
1871Peter P. CornenDemocratMillionaire oil wildcatter, businessman, state senator.Corner of Danbury and Farmingville RoadsNew York City1815March 23, 1893
John S. KeelerDemocratFarmer*191 State StreetConnecticut18311904
1870Daniel L. AdamsRepublicanPhysician; called by many the father of baseball;Main Street (now Ballard Park)Mount Vernon New Hampshire1813March 13, 1905
Daniel HuntRepublicanFarmer*Traymont HouseNew York1814No Data
1869William O. SeymourRepublicanSchool headmaster, railroad civil engineer, state railroad commissionerParley LaneRidgefield18321911
Harvey K. SmithDemocratInnkeeper (Smith Tavern), hotel owner (Oreneca House), postmaster*164 Main StreetRidgefield1813June 21, 1887
1868William O. SeymourRepublicanSchool headmaster, railroad civil engineer, state railroad commissionerParley LaneRidgefield18321911
George BoughtonRepublicanSelectman*164 York StreetConnecticutNovember 9, 1824November 27, 1904
1867Francis A. RockwellRepublicanFarmer, tinner; candlestick factory owner*US HotelConnecticutApril 12, 1818September 24, 1881
Henry SmithRepublicanMerchant*The US HotelConnecticut1823April 21, 1893
1866Charles W. SlawsonUnionFarmer*138 College StreetConnecticut, Ridgefield1833No Data
Albert ScottUnionMechanic*138 College StreetRidgefield1816No Data
1865Ebenezer Wood KeelerUnionFarmer, led building of First Congregational Church*191 State StreetRidgefield18391900
Hiram O. NashUnionShoemaker*191 State StreetRidgefieldMarch 22, 1811November 10, 1868
1864Abner GilbertUnionFruit grower*Tontine HotelConnecticut, Ridgefield1808February 12, 1885
Samuel S. St. JohnUnionTeacher*Tremont HouseConnecticut, Ridgefield1808No Data
1863Jared N. OlmsteadUnionFarmer, selectman, constable*484 chapel StreetBridgeport1820March 18, 1905
Charles SmithUnionFarmerTiticus CrossroadsRidgefield1817January 30, 1898
1862Jared N. OlmsteadUnionFarmer, selectman, constable*484 chapel StreetBridgeport1820March 18, 1905
Charles Smith 2ndUnionFarmerTiticus CrossroadsRidgefield1817January 30, 1898
1861Samuel ScottRepublicanFarmer642 Main StreetRidgefieldAugust 28th, 1822July 25th, 1890
Benjamin K. NorthropRepublicanFarmerSouth Salem RoadConnecticutJanuary 9th, 1824October 18th 1913
1860William LeeRepublicanFarmer, miller, limekiln operator*Main StreetRidgefield1800No Data
John T. RockwellRepublicanFarmer*19 College StreetRidgefieldSeptember 25th, 1801September 18th, 1881
1859Edward H. SmithDemocratMerchant, selectman*494 Main StreetWestport1828March 19, 1905
Ebenezer Burr SanfordRepublicanIron foundry operatorDanbury and Ridgefield Turnpike at Florida Hill RdRedding1809No Data
1858Jacob DauchyRepublicanFarmer*5 Olive StreetRidgefieldMarch 20th, 1799December 10th, 1883
Ebenezer JonesRepublicanPartner in the Big Shop factory*Main StreetRidgefield1826June 1862
1857Hiram O. NashUnionShoemaker*43 Buckingham StreetRidgefieldMarch 22, 1811November 10th, 1867
Benjamin K. NorthropUnionFarmerSouth Salem RoadConnecticutJanuary 9th, 1824October 18th, 1913
1856William HoweRepublicanFarmer*New Haven HotelConnecticut1808No Data
William M. LynesRepublicanFarmerRidgeburyConnecticut1818No Data
1855Jesse S. BradleyAnti–Masonic WhigHarness maker*Franklin HouseRidgefield1813No Data
Charles Smith 2ndAnti–MasonicFarmer*Titicus CrossroadsRidgefield1825No Data
1854Timothy JonesWhigFarmer*11 Academy StreetRidgefield1825March 17, 1905
Samuel S. OlmsteadWhigMerchant*TiticusWilton1807No Data
1853Samuel M. SmithDemocratFarmer*Eagle HotelRidgefieldOctober 18th, 1816August 21st, 1889
Edward WilliamsPeopleFarmer*Eagle HotelConnecticut1805August 23rd, 1886
1852Harvey K. SmithDemocratInnkeeper (Smith Tavern), hotel owner (Oreneca House), postmasterMain StreetRidgefield1813June 21st 1887
James SmithDemocratFarmerNo DataNo DataJanuary 24th 1810November 21st, 1888
1851Robert C. EdmondsWhigCarpenterSilver Hill RoadConnecticut1802December 2nd, 1884
Russell B. KeelerWhigSelectman, farmerNo DataConnecticutNovember 7th, 1800March 26th, 1879
1850David HurlburtDemocratButcherMain and Market StreetsWilton1802No Data
Hiram K. ScottWhigMerchant; postmaster; town clerk; probate judgeMain StreetRidgefieldApril 24th, 1822November 9th, 1909
1849Richard L. GilbertWhigFarmerNo DataRidgefieldMarch 4th, 1820No Data
David ScottWhigFarmerNo DataRidgefieldMarch 20th, 1785No Data
1847Benjamin D. NorrisN/AFarmerNo DataRidgefieldNo DataApril 22nd, 1902
Abijah ResseguieWhigInnkeeper, Keeler TavernMain StreetRidgefieldNo DataApril 16th, 1887
1846Chauncy OlmstedN/ACarriage and wagon maker at Big ShopNo DataNo Data27 June 182230 August 1897
Nehemiah KeelerN/AFarmerRidgebury RoadRidgefieldJuly 24th, 17531881
1845“Squire” Harvey SmithN/ACivil engineer (built Danbury-Norwalk Railroad line)Main StreetRidgefieldSeptember 29th, 1792July 29th, 1792
Hezekiah ScottN/AFarmer; owned distillery and saw millBarlow Mnt. RoadRidgefieldDecember 25th, 1789November 21st 1876
1844Major BoughtonN/AShoemaker, War of 1812 veteranNo DataDanburyDecember 17th, 1790June 17th 1859
Ebenezer HawleyN/AFarmerNo DataRidgefieldMarch 10, 1810No Data
1843Albin “Boss” JenningsN/ACarpenter, farmer (built Big Shop)No DataWestonNovember 7, 1790September 26th, 1887
Ebenezer HawleyN/AFarmerNo DataRidgefieldMarch 10, 1810No Data
1842Joseph C. SearsN/AFarmerNo DataRidgebury1793April 28, 1857
William LeeN/AFarmer, miller, limekiln operatorMain StreetRidgefieldJuly 14, 1778No Data
1841Samuel S. OlmstedN/AHatter?TiticusNo DataFebruary 7, 1783No Data
William LeeN/AFarmer, miller, limekiln operatorMain StreetRidgefieldJuly 14, 1778No Data
1840Keeler DauchyN/AShoemaker, War of 1812 veteranMain StreetRidgefieldJanuary 8, 1801January 30, 1888
Eli RockwellN/AFarmerNo DataRidgefieldApril 20th, 1805August 15, 1857
1839Lt. Thaddeus KeelerN/AMerchantMain StreetRidgefieldJuly 8, 1785October 8, 1847
Eli RockwellN/AFarmerNo DataRidgefieldApril 20th, 1805August 15, 1857
1838Czar JonesN/ACarriage-makerMain StreetRidgefieldJuly 4th, 1789May 1st, 1869
Major BoughtonN/AShoemaker, War of 1812 veteranNo DataDanburyDecember 17th, 1790June 17th 1859
1837Czar JonesN/ACarriage-makerMain StreetRidgefieldJuly 4th, 1789May 1st, 1869
Major BoughtonN/AShoemaker, War of 1812 veteranNo DataDanburyDecember 17th, 1790June 17th 1859
1836Capt. Joseph C. SearsN/AFarmerNo DataRidgebury1793April 28, 1857
Capt. Aaron LeeN/AFarmerFarmingvilleNo Data1774February 4, 1847
1835Capt. Joseph C. SearsN/AFarmerNo DataRidgebury1793April 28, 1857
Capt. Aaron LeeN/AFarmerFarmingvilleNo Data1774February 4, 1847
1834Gamaliel N. BenedictN/AFarmerNo DataRidgefieldNovember 9, 1960sJune 20, 1835
Ebenezer HawleyN/AFarmerNo DataRidgefieldMarch 10, 1810No Data
1833William SherwoodN/ACarpet weaverMain and Governor StRidgefieldSeptember 23, 1786No Data
Thomas St. JohnN/APostmaster (Ridgebury)RidgeburyNo DataSeptember 30, 1785March 4, 1848
1832Walter DauchyN/ABusinessman, veteran of War of 1812No DataNo DataDecember 31, 1792No Data
Thomas St. JohnN/APostmaster (Ridgebury)RidgeburyNo DataSeptember 30, 1785March 4, 1848
1831Gamaliel N. BenedictN/AFarmerNo DataRidgefieldNovember 9, 1960sJune 20, 1835
Ebenezer HawleyN/AFarmerNo DataRidgefieldMarch 10, 1810No Data
1830Capt. Aaron LeeN/AFarmerFarmingvilleNo Data1774February 4, 1847
Ebenezer HawleyN/AFarmerNo DataRidgefieldMarch 10, 1810No Data
1829Capt. Aaron LeeN/AFarmerFarmingvilleNo Data1774February 4, 1847
Jesse S. BradleyN/AHarness-makerNo DataRidgefieldAugust 27, 1782May 24, 1833
1828Jabez M. GilbertN/ATannerTiticusNew HavenApril 27th, 1781Febuary 26th, 1856
Lot ForesterN/ACarpenter, farmer, selectmanNo DataRidgeburyFebruary 12, 1772No Data
1827Jabez Mix GilbertN/ATannerTiticusNew HavenApril 27th, 1781Febuary 26th, 1856
Jesse S. BradleyN/AHarness-makerNo DataRidgefieldAugust 27, 1782May 24, 1833
1826John F. KingN/AState senatorNo DataNo Data1792November 28, 1838
Jesse S. BradleyN/AHarness-makerNo DataNo DataAugust 27, 1782May 24, 1833
1825John F. KingN/AState senatorNo DataNo Data1792November 28, 1838
William CrockerN/AHarness-maker, clergyman? many of his descendants became noted actorsNo DataNo Data1790February 17, 1835
1824William HawleyN/AMerchantMain StreetRidgefield1785October 16, 1863
Richard RandallN/AMerchantMain StreetNo Data1790November 16, 1838
1823Riah NashN/ASelectman, Revolutionary War veteranNo DataRidgefieldAugust 3, 1763No Data
Capt. Aaron LeeN/AFarmerFarmingvilleRidgefield1774February 4, 1847
1822Lot ForesterN/ACarpenter, farmer, selectmanNo DataRidgeburyFebruary 12, 1772No Data
Capt. Aaron LeeN/AFarmerFarmingvilleRidgefield1774February 4, 1847
1821Benjamin LynesN/ATavern keeperRidgebury RoadNo DataNo DataSeptember 18th, 1840
Capt. Aaron LeeN/AFarmerFarmingvilleRidgefield1774February 4, 1847
1820Elijah HawleyN/ACarriage-maker, selectman, Revolutionary War veteranMain Street at Branchville RdRidgefieldJune 5, 1753Around 1840
Benjamin LynesN/ATavern keeperRidgebury RoadNo DataNo DataSeptember 18th, 1840
1819Bradley Hull, Esq.N/AWar of 1812 veteranNo DataRidgefieldJune 22nd, 1763May 26, 1833
Capt. Eliphalet BrushN/ASelectmanNo DataNo Data1749June 8, 1846
1818Jabez Mix GilbertN/ATannerTiticusNew HavenApril 27th, 1781Febuary 26th, 1856
Capt. Eliphalet BrushN/ARevolutionary War veteranRidgeburyNo Data1749June 8, 1846
1817 (October)Matthew KeelerN/ARevolutionary War veteranNo DataRidgefieldApril 10, 1762January 28, 1835
Gamaliel N. BenedictN/AFarmer, selectman, Revolutionary War veteranNo DataRidgefield1761June 20, 1835
1817 (May)William HawleyN/AMerchantMain StreetRidgefield1785October 16, 1863
Gamaliel N. BenedictN/AFarmer, selectman, Revolutionary War veteranNo DataRidgefield1761June 20, 1835
1816 (October)William HawleyN/AMerchantMain StreetRidgefield1785October 16, 1863
Timothy KeelerN/ASelectman, farmer?Ridgebury?No Data1764December 4, 1831
1816 (May)Joshua KingN/AMerchant, businessman, town’s first postmaster, Revolutionary War officerNo DataNo Data24 Nov. 1758August 13, 1839
Timothy KeelerN/ASelectman, Revolutionary War veteranRidgebury?No Data1764December 4, 1831
1815Abner Gilbert, Jr.N/AFarmer, businessmanMain StreetRidgefieldNovember 15, 1780January 10, 1829
Capt. Nathan DauchyN/ASelectmanNo DataNo DataJanuary 29, 1746April 14, 1824
1814 (October)Jesse S. BradleyN/AHarness makerNo DataRidgefieldAugust 27, 1782May 24, 1833
Jeremiah MeadN/ASelectman, Revolutionary War veteranNo DataNo DataDecember 19, 1788September 27, 1822
1814 (May)Daniel JonesN/AA founder of local Masonic lodgeNo DataNo DataAround 17601835
Seth BoughtonN/ARevolutionary War veteranNo DataNo DataNo DataDecember 10, 1840
1813Nathan SmithN/ASelectman, Revolutionary War veteranNo DataNo Data17591831
Samuel StebbinsN/ARevolutionary War veteranNo DataRidgefieldFebruary 27, 1763March 27, 1836
1812 (October)Capt. Nathan DauchyN/ASelectman, lead in St. Stephen’s Church, Revolutionary War veteranNo DataNo DataJanuary 29, 1746April 14, 1824
Matthew KeelerN/ARevolutionary War veteranNo DataNo DataApril 10, 1762January 28, 1835
1812 (May)Joshua KingN/ABusiness leader, town’s first postmaster, selectman, Revolutionary War officerNo DataBraintree, Mass.24 Nov. 1758August 13, 1839
Benjamin LynesN/ASelectmanNorwalkNo DataSeptember 18th, 1840
1811Lt. Joshua KingN/AMerchant, businessman, town’s first postmaster, Revolutionary War officerMain Street and King LaneBraintree, Mass.24 Nov. 1758August 13, 1839
Gamaliel N. BenedictN/AFarmer, selectman, Revolutionary War veteranNo DataNo Data14 June 1793November 13, 1856
1810 (October)Daniel JonesN/AA founder of local Masonic lodgeNo DataNo DataFebruary 10, 1770March 19, 1835
Aaron StuartN/ASelectmanNo DataNorwalkNo DataJuly 10, 1819
1810 (May)Daniel JonesN/AA founder of local Masonic lodgeNo DataNo DataFebruary 10, 1770March 19, 1835
Capt. Nathan DauchyN/ASelectmanNo DataNo DataJanuary 29, 1746April 14, 1824
1809 (October)Jesse S. BradleyN/AHarness makerNo DataRidgefield17 August, 1782May 24, 1833
Capt. Nathan DauchyN/ASelectman, leader in St. Stephen’s Church, Revolutionary War veteranNo DataNo DataJanuary 29, 1746April 14, 1824
1809 (May)Jacob DauchyN/ASelectmanNo DataNo DataMarch 8, 1768June 27, 1841
Timothy KeelerN/ASelectman, Revolutionary War veteranNo DataNo Data1764December 4, 1831
1808 (October)Jacob DauchyN/ASelectmanNo DataNo DataMarch 8, 1768June 27, 1841
Timothy KeelerN/ASelectman, Revolutionary War veteranNo DataNo Data1764December 4, 1831
1808 (May)Lt. John JonesN/ARevolutionary War veteranNo DataNo DataNo DataMay 2, 1817
Jesse T. BradleyN/AHarness makerNo DataRidgefieldAugust 27, 1782May 24, 1833
1807 (October)John JonesN/ARevolutionary War veteranNo Data1739May 2, 1817
Jesse T. BradleyN/AHarness makerNo DataRidgefieldAugust 27, 1782May 24, 1833
1807 (May)Timothy KeelerN/ASelectman, Revolutionary War veteranNo DataNo Data1764December 4, 1831
Nathan SmithN/ASelectman, Revolutionary War veteranNo DataNo Data17591831
1806 (October)Timothy KeelerN/ASelectman, Revolutionary War veteranNo DataNo Data1764Decemeber 4, 1831
Samuel StebbinsN/ARevolutionary War veteranNo DataNo DataFebruary 27, 1763March 27, 1836
1806 (May)Major Job SmithN/ASelectman, Revolutionary War veteranNo DataNo DataNovember 3rd 1754June 6, 1832
Jonathan KeelerN/A?No DataNo DataDecember 27, 1765July 4, 1811
1805 (October)Major Job SmithN/ASelectman, Revolutionary War veteranNo DataNo DataNovember 3rd 1754June 6, 1832
Jonathan KeelerN/A?No DataNo DataDecember 27, 1765July 4, 1811
1805 (May)Nathan SmithN/ASelectman, Revolutionary War veteranNo DataNo Data17591831
Capt. Nathan DauchyN/ASelectman, leader in St. Stephen’s Church, Revolutionary War veteranNo DataNo DataJanuary 29, 1746April 14, 1824
1804 (October)Timothy KeelerN/ASelectman, Revolutionary War veteranNo DataRidgefield1764December 4, 1831
Capt. Nathan SmithN/ASelectman, Revolutionary War veteranNo DataNo DataJune 7th, 1759October 1st 1831
1804 (May)Timothy KeelerN/ASelectman, Revolutionary War veteranNo DataRidgefield1764December 4, 1831
Capt. Nathan DauchyN/ASelectman, leader in St. Stephen’s Church, Revolutionary War veteranNo DataNo DataJanuary 29, 1746April 14, 1824
1803 (October)Capt. Nathan DauchyN/ASelectman, leader in St. Stephen’s Church, Revolutionary War veteranNo DataNo DataJanuary 29, 1746April 14, 1824
1803 (May)Capt. Nathan DauchyN/ASelectman, leader in St. Stephen’s Church, Revolutionary War veteranNo DataNo DataJanuary 29, 1746April 14, 1824
1802Samuel StebbinsN/ARevolutionary War veteranNo DataRidgefieldFebruary 27th 1763March 27th 1836
1802Lt. Joshua KingN/ABusiness leader, town’s first postmaster, selectman, Revolutionary War officerMain Street and King LaneBraintree, Mass.24 Nov. 1758August 13, 1839
1801 (October)Ensign Jared OlmstedN/ASelectman, Revolutionary War veteranNo DataRidgefieldJuly 1st 1753May 28th 1825
1801 (May)Ensign Jared OlmstedN/ASelectman, Revolutionary War veteranNo DataRidgefieldJuly 1st 1753May 28th 1825
1800 (October)Major Job SmithN/ASelectman, Revolutionary War veteranNo DataNo DataNovember 3rd 1754June 6th 1832
1800 (May)Ensign Jared OlmstedN/ARevolutionary War veteranNo DataRidgefieldJuly 1st 1753May 28th 1825
1799 (October)Capt. Nathan DauchyN/ASelectman, leader in St. Stephen’s Church, Revolutionary War veteranNo DataNo DataJanuary 29, 1746April 14, 1824
1799 (May)Lt. Joshua KingN/ABusiness leader, town’s first postmaster, selectman, Revolutionary War officerMain Street and King LaneBraintree, Mass.November 24th, 1758August 13, 1839
1798 (October)Capt David OlmstedN/ARevolutionary War veteran, selectman, later a tavern keeper, subject of Red Petticoat legendOlmstead LaneRidgefieldSeptember 22, 1731February 7, 1806
1798 (May)Capt. Nathan SmithN/ASelectman, Revolutionary War veteranNo DataNo DataJune 7th, 1759October 1st 1831
Samuel DauchyN/ASelectmanNo DataNo DataJuly 1, 1769August 29, 1800
1797 (October)Capt. David OlmstedN/ARevolutionary War veteran, selectman, later a tavern keeper, subject of Red Petticoat legendOlmstead LaneRidgefieldSeptember 22, 1731February 7, 1806
Samuel DauchyN/ASelectmanNo DataNo DataJuly 1, 1769August 29, 1800
1797 (May)Capt. David OlmstedN/ARevolutionary War veteran, selectman, later a tavern keeper, subject of Red Petticoat legendOlmstead LaneRidgefieldSeptember 22, 1731February 7, 1806
Samuel DauchyN/ASelectmanNo DataNo DataJuly 1, 1769August 29, 1800
1796 (October)Capt. David OlmstedN/ARevolutionary War veteran, selectman, later a tavern keeper, subject of Red Petticoat legendOlmstead LaneRidgefieldSeptember 22, 1731February 7, 1806
1796 (May)William ForresterN/ASelectmanRidgebury RoadRidgefield1742January 29, 1809
1795 (October)William ForresterN/ASelectmanRidgebury RoadRidgefield1742January 29, 1809
1795 (May)Capt. David OlmstedN/ARevolutionary War veteran, selectman, later a tavern keeper, subject of Red Petticoat legendOlmstead LaneRidgefieldSeptember 22, 1731February 7, 1806
1794 (October)William ForresterN/ASelectmanRidgebury RoadRidgefield1742January 29, 1809
1794 (May)William ForresterN/ASelectmanRidgebury RoadRidgefield1742January 29, 1809
1793 (October)Capt. David OlmstedN/ARevolutionary War veteran, selectman, later a tavern keeper, subject of Red Petticoat legendOlmstead LaneRidgefieldSeptember 22, 1731February 7, 1806
1793 (May)Capt. David OlmstedN/ARevolutionary War veteran, selectman, later a tavern keeper, subject of Red Petticoat legendOlmstead LaneRidgefieldSeptember 22, 1731February 7, 1806
1792 (October)Dr. Amos BakerN/APhysician, Revolutionary War veteranMain StreetUnknownNo DataMarch 31, 1823
1792 (May)William ForresterN/ASelectmanRidgebury RoadRidgefield1742January 29, 1809
1791 (October)Capt. David OlmstedN/ARevolutionary War veteran, selectman, later a tavern keeper, subject of Red Petticoat legendOlmstead LaneRidgefieldSeptember 22, 1731February 7, 1806
Col.. Philip Burr BradleyFederalistBusiness and political leader, selectman, Revolutionary War veteranMain Street (site is now Ballard Park)FairfieldMarch 26, 1738January 4, 1821
1791 (May)Col. Philip Burr BradleyFederalistBusiness and political leader, selectman, Revolutionary War veteranMain Street (site is now Ballard Park)FairfieldMarch 26, 1738January 4, 1821
1790 (October)Col. Philip Burr BradleyFederalistBusiness and political leader, selectman, Revolutionary War veteranMain Street (site is now Ballard Park)FairfieldMarch 26, 1738January 4, 1821
1790 (May)Col. Philip Burr BradleyFederalistBusiness and political leader, selectman, Revolutionary War veteranMain StreetFairfieldMarch 26, 1738January 4, 1821
1789 (October)Col. Philip Burr BradleyFederalistBusiness and political leader, selectman, Revolutionary War veteranMain StreetFairfieldMarch 26, 1738January 4, 1821
Lt. Joshua KingN/ABusiness leader, town’s first postmaster, selectman, Revolutionary War officerMain Street and King LaneBraintree, MassNovember 24th, 1758August 13th, 1839
1789 (May)Capt. David OlmstedN/ARevolutionary War veteran, selectman, later a tavern keeper, subject of Red Petticoat legendOlmstead LaneRidgefieldSeptember 22, 1731February 7, 1806
Col. Philip Burr BradleyFederalistBusiness and political leader, selectman, Revolutionary War veteranMain StreetFairfieldMarch 26, 1738January 4, 1821
1788 (October)Capt. David OlmstedN/ARevolutionary War veteran, selectman, later a tavern keeper, subject of Red Petticoat legendOlmstead LaneRidgefieldSeptember 22, 1731February 7, 1806
Col. Philip Burr BradleyFederalistBusiness and political leader, selectman, Revolutionary War veteranMain StreetFairfieldMarch 26, 1738January 4, 1821
1788 (May)William ForresterN/ASelectmanRidgebury RoadRidgefield1742January 29, 1809
Capt. Philip Burr BradelyFederalistBusiness and political leader, selectman, Revolutionary War veteranMain StreetFairfieldMarch 26, 1738January 4, 1821
1787 (October)Capt. David OlmstedN/ARevolutionary War veteran, selectman, later a tavern keeper, subject of Red Petticoat legendOlmstead LaneRidgefieldSeptember 22, 1731February 7, 1806
Col. Philip Burr BradleyFederalistBusiness and political leader, selectman, Revolutionary War veteranMain StreetFairfieldMarch 26, 1738January 4, 1821
1787 (May)Capt. David OlmstedN/ARevolutionary War veteran, selectman, later a tavern keeper, subject of Red Petticoat legendOlmstead LaneRidgefieldSeptember 22, 1731February 7, 1806
Col. Philip Burr BradleyFederalistBusiness and political leader, selectman, Revolutionary War veteranMain StreetFairfieldMarch 26, 1738January 4, 1821
1786 (October)Capt. David OlmstedN/ARevolutionary War veteran, selectman, later a tavern keeper, subject of Red Petticoat legendOlmstead LaneRidgefieldSeptember 22, 1731February 7, 1806
Col. Philip Burr BradleyFederalistBusiness and political leader, selectman, Revolutionary War veteranMain StreetFairfieldMarch 26, 1738January 4, 1821
1786 (May)Capt. David OlmstedN/ARevolutionary War veteran, selectman, later a tavern keeper, subject of Red Petticoat legendOlmstead LaneRidgefieldSeptember 22, 1731February 7, 1806
Col. Philip Burr BradleyFederalistBusiness and political leader, selectman, Revolutionary War veteranMain StreetFairfieldMarch 26, 1738January 4, 1821
1785 (October)Capt. David OlmstedN/ARevolutionary War veteran, selectman, later a tavern keeper, subject of Red Petticoat legendOlmstead LaneRidgefieldSeptember 22, 1731February 7, 1806
Col. Philip Burr BradleyFederalistBusiness and political leader, selectman, Revolutionary War veteranMain StreetFairfieldMarch 26, 1738January 4, 1821
1785 (May)Capt. David OlmstedN/ARevolutionary War veteran, selectman, later a tavern keeper, subject of Red Petticoat legendOlmstead LaneRidgefieldSeptember 22, 1731February 7, 1806
Col. Philip Burr BradleyFederalistBusiness and political leader, selectman, Revolutionary War veteranMain StreetFairfieldMarch 26, 1738January 4, 1821
1784 (October)Capt. David OlmstedN/ARevolutionary War veteran, selectman, later a tavern keeper, subject of Red Petticoat legendOlmstead LaneRidgefieldSeptember 22, 1731February 7, 1806
Col. Philip Burr BradleyFederalistBusiness and political leader, selectman, Revolutionary War veteranMain StreetFairfieldMarch 26, 1738January 4, 1821
1784 (May)Capt. David OlmstedN/ARevolutionary War veteran, selectman, later a tavern keeper, subject of Red Petticoat legendOlmstead LaneRidgefieldSeptember 22, 1731February 7, 1806
Col. Philip Burr BradleyFederalistBusiness and political leader, selectman, Revolutionary War veteranMain StreetFairfieldMarch 26, 1738January 4, 1821
1783 (October)Capt. David OlmstedN/ARevolutionary War veteran, selectman, later a tavern keeper, subject of Red Petticoat legendMain StreetRidgefieldSeptember 22, 1731February 7, 1806
Col. Philip Burr BradleyFederalistBusiness and political leader, selectman, Revolutionary War veteranMain StreetFairfieldMarch 26, 1738January 4, 1821
1783 (May)Capt. David OlmstedN/ARevolutionary War veteran, selectman, later a tavern keeper, subject of Red Petticoat legendOlmstead LaneRidgefieldSeptember 22, 1731February 7, 1806
Col. Philip Burr BradleyFederalistBusiness and political leader, selectman, Revolutionary War veteranMain StreetFairfieldMarch 26, 1738January 4, 1821
1782 (October)Capt. David OlmstedN/ARevolutionary War veteran, selectman, later a tavern keeper, subject of Red Petticoat legendOlmstead LaneRidgefieldSeptember 22, 1731February 7, 1806
Col. Philip Burr BradleyFederalistBusiness and political leader, selectman, Revolutionary War veteranMain StreetFairfieldMarch 26, 1738January 4, 1821
1782 (May)Capt. David OlmstedN/ARevolutionary War veteran, selectman, later a tavern keeper, subject of Red Petticoat legendOlmstead LaneRidgefieldSeptember 22, 1731February 7, 1806
Col. Philip Burr BradleyFederalistBusiness and political leader, selectman, Revolutionary War veteranMain StreetFairfieldMarch 26, 1738January 4, 1821
1781Timothy KeelerN/ASelectman, Revolutionary War veteranNo DataNo Data1764December 4, 1831
Capt. David OlmsteadN/ARevolutionary War veteran, selectman, later a tavern keeper, subject of Red Petticoat legendOlmstead LaneRidgefieldSeptember 22, 1731February 7, 1806
Capt. Ichabod DoolittleN/ASelectman, Revolutionary War veteranRidgebury RoadNo DataNo DataNo Data
1780 (October)Capt. David OlmstedN/ARevolutionary War veteran, selectman, later a tavern keeper, subject of Red Petticoat legendOlmstead LaneRidgefieldSeptember 22, 1731February 7, 1806
Col. Philip Burr BradleyFederalistBusiness and political leader, selectman, Revolutionary War veteranMain StreetFairfieldMarch 26, 1738January 4, 1821
1780 (May)Col. Philip Burr BradleyFederalistBusiness and political leader, selectman, Revolutionary War veteranMain StreetFairfieldMarch 26, 1738January 4, 1821
1779 (October)John BenedictN/ASelectman, Revolutionary War corporalNo DataNo DataOctober 3, 1726July 9, 1814
Nathan OlmsteadN/ASelectmanNo DataRidgefieldMarch 2, 1717July 30, 1805
1779 (May)Timothy KeelerN/ASelectman, Revolutionary War veteranNo DataNo Data1764December 4, 1831
Stephen NorrisN/ASelectmanRidgebury and Shadow Lake RoadsNo Data1739June 8, 1818
1778 (October)Samuel OlmstedN/AFarmer, selectman, Revolutionary War sergeantWilton Road WestRidgefieldJune 4, 1734No Data
1778 (May)William ForresterN/ASelectmanRidgebury RoadRidgefield1742January 29, 1809
1777 (October)John BenedictN/ASelectman, Revolutionary War corporalNo DataNo DataOctober 3, 1726July 9, 1814
Nathan OlmsteadN/ASelectmanNo DataRidgefieldMarch 2, 1717July 30, 1805
1777 (May)William ForresterN/ASelectmanRidgebury RoadRidgefield1742January 29, 1809
1776 (October)Stephen SmithN/ATown clerkNo DataNo DataSeptember 23, 1714April 14, 1777
1776 (May)Samuel OlmstedN/AFarmer, selectman, Revolutionary War sergeantWilton Road WestRidgefieldJune 4, 1734No Data
Col. Philip Burr BradleyFederalistBusiness and political leader, selectman, Revolutionary War veteranMain StreetFairfieldMarch 26, 1738January 4, 1821