Place:New Milford, Litchfield, Connecticut, United States

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NameNew Milford
TypeTown
Coordinates41.567°N 73.4°W
Located inLitchfield, Connecticut, United States
Contained Places
Cemetery
Center Cemetery
Gaylordsville Cemetery
Inhabited place
Gaylordsville

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New Milford - named 1703, settled from Milford 1707. Incorporated 1712. - Ricker, 9.

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New Milford is a town in southern Litchfield County, Connecticut, United States north of Danbury, on the Housatonic River. It is the largest town in the state in terms of land area at nearly . The population was 28,671 according to the Census Bureau's 2006 estimates.[1] The town center is also listed as a census-designated place (CDP).

It is located roughly 55 miles from Hartford, 75 miles form Springfield, 100 miles from Albany and 85 from NYC.

New Milford is home to the Canterbury School, a well-known Roman Catholic boarding school. The school's Chapel of Our Lady features the Jose M. Ferrer Memorial Carillon. The house that inspired the 1946 novel and 1948 film, Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House, still stands in the Merryall section of town.

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