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Cheshire is a town in New Haven county in Connecticut. It was formed in 1780 from the following town or towns: Wallingford. Cheshire is a part of the Cheshire probate district and has been since 1829. Wallingford was/were the previous chronological district or districts. For more information, contact the county at 84 S. Main St. Cheshire 06410-3108. On the attached map, New Haven is located at D4.
For information about the state of Connecticut see Connecticut Family History Research.