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Stonington is a town in New London county in Connecticut. It was formed in 1662. Stonington is a part of the Stonington probate district and has been since 1766. New London was/were the previous chronological district or districts. For more information, contact the county at 152 Elm St./ P.O. Box 352 Stonington 06378-0352. On the attached map, New London is located at K5. Was originally part of Rhode Island from 1649 and was called Mistic.
For information about the state of Connecticut see Connecticut Family History Research.