Place:Oxford, New Haven, Connecticut, United States


Coordinates41.433°N 73.117°W
Located inNew Haven, Connecticut, United States

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Oxford - named 1741, incorporated 1798 from Derby and Southbury. - Ricker, 10.

Oxford Vital Records Transcript at the Connecticut State Library and NEHGS

"This volume contains a list alphabetically arranged of all the vital records of the town of Oxford from its incorporation to about 1850. The records prior to 1850 are found in two volumes.

This list was taken from a set of cards based on a copy of the Oxford Vital Records made in 1917 by Mr. James N. Arnold, of Providence. R.I. The Arnold Copy, now in the possession of the Connecticut State Library, has not been compared with the original and doubtless errors exist. It is hoped that as errors or omissions are found notes will be entered in this volume and on the cards which are included in the General Index of Connecticut Vital Records also in the possession of the Connecticut State Library.

Hartford. Conn., March, 1925"

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Oxford is a residential town located in western New Haven County, Connecticut, United States. The population was 12,683 at the 2010 Census. Oxford is the 26th wealthiest town in Connecticut by median household income.[1] Distinct settled areas in the town include Oxford Center, Quaker Farms, and Riverside. Oxford belongs to the Naugatuck Valley Economic Development Region and the Central Naugatuck Valley Planning Area, and the BridgeportStamfordNorwalk Metropolitan Statistical Area.

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