If you have any reference material on or related to Sharon and would like to volunteer as a resource, or if you know of a Sharon link that would be appropriate to add to this page, please e-mail Louise Johns Neu
When contacting a resource volunteer, please do not forget to thank them for their time and effort.
NEW! Query Page - Go to Sharon Query Page
Bryant Rogers would like to share all available info on the Hamlin, Hamblin and Rowley families that settled in Sharon during early settlement years in mid to late 1700's. (Bryant would you please contact me your email and webpage links no longer work!)
"Born, Married and Died, in Sharon, Connecticut, A Record of Births, Marriages and Deaths, in the Town of Sharon, Conn. from 1721 to 1879 Taken from Ancient Land and Church Records and other Authentic Sources. Lawrence VanAlstyne, Sharon, Connecticut, 1897.Go to Born, Married and Died in Sharon Beverly Plack got us started by kindly copying some of the "L's" that appear on page 79 and Diane Fraser has continued her good work by typing the pages that I had from the book - Thanks Beverly and Diane.
Ray Brown has listed a number of Sharon Resources which are part of the Litchfield County AHGP. This includes cemetery listings for Sharon Burying Ground (also called Hillside Cemetery), Ellsworth, Amenia Union, Malcuit Farm, Pine Swamp, Cartwright, Ticknor's Woods and Boland District.
"The Public Records of the Colony of Connecticut, 1636 - 1776." A project of the University of Connecticut Libraries.
Abbreviated History of Sharon taken from "The Connecticut Guide", Published by the Emergency Relief Commission, 1935. Remember, some of the route numbers have changed since 1935!
Hotchkiss Library, 10 Upper Main St, Sharon, CT 06069, 860-364-5041
Sharon Historical Society
Town of Sharon Historical Marker
Sharon 1850 Map (University of Connecticut Library)