Dress Date Made 1807 Object Number 1926-01-3 Comment Dress belonged to Lucretia Champion (Mrs. Asa Bacon) who was the grandmother of the donor.
Pan, Pie Date 1825-1850 Description Red earthenware pie plate with lead glaze. Drape molded. Round with low curved sides and a coggled rim. Inscription in yellow slip: ”Apple / Pie”. Probably made by Asa E. Smith Pottery, Norwalk, Connecticut. Diameter is 11.375 inches.
Hillside Cemetery, Cheshire, Connecticut -- Unusually ornate marker made from sandstone for Anna (Asa) Hitchcock, Oct. 6, 1795 27 Yrs and their son Amasa B. Aug. 3, 1795 3 Yrs; and 2 children who died in infancy #headstone #tombstone #gravestone
Came across this.. these are a collection of drawings of some of the people who were held captive on the slave ship "Amistad", ca. 1839-1840
Asa CHILD is in a Heap of Trouble in Connecticut and Massachusetts Embezzlement and Forgery The Hartford Times Hartford, Connecticut December 11, 1840
Asa Gillett House in West Hartford, Connecticut
Asa Holly Coy was the son of Asa Coy (1799-1873) of Gagetown and 2nd wife of Mary Ann Ring (1805-1883) of Burton, New Brunswick. Asa Coy was a third generation descendent of Edward Coy, a planter from Maugerville who immigrated from Connecticut in 1763.