PO Box 352, 55 Lyme St.
Old Lyme, CT 06371
Mondays & Thursdays
10:00 - 1:00
March 30th at 7pm
GENEALOGY FOR BEGINNERS
Genealogist Gregory Evans Thompson
will be our first lecturer for our 2023 Lecture Series.
55 Lyme Street, Old Lyme
Donations to the
Carol Noyes Winters Scholarship Welcome!
Witness Stones in Old Lyme
Witness Stones in Old Lyme mark sites of enslavement and serve as memorials to vital but forgotten members of our community. The small brass plaques embedded along Lyme Street present details drawn from land records, emancipation certificates, and other primary sources that document the circumstances of those who lived here enslaved. The plaques, installed flush with the ground, have been placed primarily on the west side of the street. An interpretive sign and map of the Old Lyme Witness Stones Project is located on the lawn of the Old Lyme Phoebe Griffin Noyes Library. Postcards of the project are available at the Old Lyme Memorial Town Hall and at Partnership locations throughout the town.
Back row: Mary Dangremond, Cindi Taylor, Steve Joncus, Ross W. Higgins Seated on porch: Sandra Joncus, Alison Mitchell, Mary Ellen Jewett, JIll Pilgram, Edie Twining Seated on top step: Nancy Mol, Ann Marie Jewett, Katie Balocca, Dawn McCarthy Front Row from standing on left: John Pote, Matt Ward, Mark Terwilliger, Skip Bebee, Ned Farman, Jim Meehan Not shown in photo: Elaine Stiles, Jill Todd, Steve MacAusland, & Matt LaConti
Photograph by James Meehan, ©2022
The mission of the Old Lyme Historical Society is
to Collect, Preserve, Interpret, and Promote the rich history of
Old Lyme and it's environs for the benefit of residents and visitors.