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Hackney Mare for Sale in East Hampton, CT
Owner must retire due to ill health, price reduced, make reasonable offer, Lincolnshires Anne Boleyn, registered American Hackney Horse Society. (Twin Willows McMillian x Celebration) by Vindicator. Harness pony or brood mare.
About East Hampton, CT
The European-derived first settlers of the area arrived in 1739 by sea from Eastham, Massachusetts. They traveled up the Connecticut River to Middle Haddam parish between the two adjacent towns of Middletown and Haddam. Led by Isaac Smith, some of these settlers went on to the hills near Lake Pocotopaug, the present-day location of East Hampton. In 1746, the settlers named their community Easthampton parish after their former home of Eastham. In 1767, the community was separated from Middletown incorporated by the Connecticut General Assembly as the township of Chatham, after Chatham, Medway due to the important shipbuilding industries that both places had in common.