Woodbridge, Connecticut

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Woodbridge is a town in [[New_Haven_County,_Connecticut|New Haven County]], [[Connecticut]], [[United States]].  
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Woodbridge is a town in [[New Haven County, Connecticut|New Haven County]], [[Connecticut]], [[United States]].  
  
Woodbridge was originally called "Amity", having been carved out of land originally belonging to New Haven and [[Milford,_Connecticut|Milford]] as an independent parish in 1739. In 1742, the Rev. Benjamin Woodbridge was ordained in Amity, and it is after him that the modern town was named.  
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Woodbridge was originally called "Amity", having been carved out of land originally belonging to New Haven and [[Milford, Connecticut|Milford]] as an independent parish in 1739. In 1742, the Rev. Benjamin Woodbridge was ordained in Amity, and it is after him that the modern town was named.  
  
=== Probate Records ===
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=== Probate Records ===
  
[[New_Haven,_Connecticut|New Haven]] Probate District covers Town of Woodbridge.  
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[[New Haven, Connecticut|New Haven]] Probate District covers Town of Woodbridge.  
  
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Woodbridge is a town in New Haven County, Connecticut, United States.

Woodbridge was originally called "Amity", having been carved out of land originally belonging to New Haven and Milford as an independent parish in 1739. In 1742, the Rev. Benjamin Woodbridge was ordained in Amity, and it is after him that the modern town was named.

Probate Records

New Haven Probate District covers Town of Woodbridge.