Redding is a town located in Fairfield County, Connecticut. As of the 2000 census, the town had a total population of 8,270.
Web Sites and Links
Connecticut's Valley ForgeGeneral Putnam and his troops camped out in the woods of Redding during the winter of 1778-79.
Early Families of ReddingIncludes pre-1800 gravestones, names appearing on a 1867 Beers map, and information for family names Adams, Banks, Barlow, Bartlett, Bartram, Bates, Beach and several others.
Georgetown Bible ChurchWorship schedule, highlights ministries and programs, and contact for Pastor John P. Cardamone.
Highstead ArboretumThirty-six acres of woodland, meadow, wetland and ledge, and home to special collections of mountain laurel and deciduous azaleas, as well as an herbarium and reference library.
History of Redding, ConnecticutExtensive resource providing maps, photos, historical and biographical information.
Redding Elementary School Learning Resources and Media CenterRedding, CT
Redding PilotLocal news for Redding, a small, largely rural, upscale community of nearly 9,000 people, situated in the middle of Fairfield County.
The History of ReddingReprint of publication by Charles B. Todd.