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Thoroughbred Stallion for Sale in North Haven, CT
Throughbred stallion. Mild disposition. Easy to handel. Rides quite, clips, bathes, good for vet and farrier.
About North Haven, CT
In his will of 1714, the Reverend James Pierpont (1659–1714) of New Haven gave 8 acres (32,000 m 2) to his neighbors in the Northeast Parish, as North Haven was called, "provided those neighbors will set their meeting house there and make their training and burying there." The first meeting house, completed in 1722, stood on the Green, west of what is now known as the Old Center Cemetery. About half of the original Pierpont gift remains today as the North Haven Green. Ezra Stiles enumerated about forty families living in North Haven in the early part of the eighteenth century. All of these people were multipurpose farmers, producing what they needed for themselves and their families. In 1786, the General Assembly permitted North Haven to incorporate as a town, separate from New Haven.