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506 Jennings Road

The Gold Selleck Silliman house was built by Gold Selleck Silliman in 1756. Silliman later served as a General in the Revolutionary War. In 1779, Silliman was captured by the British and later exchanged for other prisoners.

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Slave Quarters at Gold Selleck Silliman's House

506 Jennings Road

Gold Selleck Silliman was one of the larger slaveowners in Connecticut. In 1790, there were about 470 slave holding families in Fairfield County, with about 799 slaves in the…

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G. Silliman House

506 Jennings Road

The Gold Selleck Silliman house was built by Gold Selleck Silliman in 1756. Silliman later served as a General in the Revolutionary War. In 1779, Silliman was captured by the British. According to the…

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Ebenezer Silliman House

405 North Cedar Road(moved from 418 Jennings Road)

The Ebenezer Silliman house was built by Robert Silliman in 1735. The house managed to survive the burning of Fairfield by the British in 1779. In the 1930's, it…
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