Guilford

town (township), New Haven county, southern Connecticut, U.S., on Long Island Sound. Settled by Puritans in 1639 as Menunketuck, it was admitted to ...
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Guilford

[Frederick, Maryland] Guilford is a large country farmhouse near Frederick, Maryland, built in 1809. Formerly the center of a {convert|103|acre|km2|sing=on} farm, the brick house retains many of its outbuildings despite its location in the middle of a suburban shopping and office development. ...
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Guilford

[Shore Line East station] ==Parking== Ridership increases have rendered the parking lot at Guilford insufficient. There is a plan to add 90 spaces on the opposite side of the tracks in 2009. =={Anchor|Leetes Island station|Leetes Island|Leete`s Island|Leete`s Island station|Sachems Head|Sachems Head station|Sachem`s Head|Sachem`s Head stati...
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Guilford

Guilford (gil'furd) , town (1990 pop. 19,848), New Haven co., S Conn., on Long Island Sound; founded 1639. Fishing, agriculture, and tourism are economically important. Guilford lies in an area that includes several summer shore communities. Some of the oldest houses in Conn. are there; the ston...
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Guilford

[White Post, Virginia] Guilford is a historic plantation home and a farm located near White Post, Clarke County, Virginia. It was built between 1812 and 1820, and is a two-story, nearly square, brick dwelling with a hipped roof in the Greek Revival style. The front facade features a full-height, three-bay, pedimented portico with monumental...
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