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He was accused of ‘cradle snatching’ and being ‘creepy’ while his fiancé Elliott Spencer was labeled a ‘gold digger’ and ‘fake’. Other gay couples have proved that you can form a real, loving relationship that proves age is just a number. And some like the last couple Christopher Isherwood and Don Bachardy, who met when they were 48 and 18 in 1953, stayed together until the former’s death in 1986.

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The racial makeup of the CDP was 96.45% White, 0.98% African American, 0.16% Native American, 1.31% Asian, 0.55% from other races, and 0.55% from two or more races.Hispanic or Latino of any race were 2.79% of the population.The colonial saltbox house at 199 West Town Street in Norwich, adjacent to Bean Hill Green, is listed in assessor’s records as dating to 1724. Camp had come to Norwich in 1871 and became a clerk at the Ponemah Mill.A sign on the house gives a date of 1723 and the name John Waterman, Jr. John Breed, a hardware merchant, in the store which proved to be his business home for the larger part of his life. Prentice continued the sale of hardware specialties under the old name. In 1874 he married Harriet Bell Blackstone, the daughter of Lorenzo Blackstone, one of the mill owners. In 1854 he represented the old eighth senatorial district at the state capitol, and served on the committee on state prisons as chairman. The year 1877 again found him at the capital of the state, this time as the representative of his city in the lower branch of the legislature. The house at 124 Washington Street in Norwich was built c. By the turn of the century it was the home of Frederick Sewall Camp (1848-1907) and his family. He has been senior director of the First National Bank of Norwich for over twenty-five years. Prentice is a director in the Richmond Stove Company, and other companies of lesser note, and is a trustee of the Norwich Free Academy. Prentice’s stamp must expect to have official stations tendered them for acceptance. He was equal to all the responsibilities of the occasion, and nothing occurred to mar the festivities of the day. Prentice served his constituents so satisfactorily that he was re-elected the following year. Upon her death in 1957, Allis left the house to the NFA and it now serves as the Academy’s administration building.

35.5% of all households were made up of individuals and 16.8% had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older.

In 1614, the area was known as Nauyang (meaning "point of land") and was a summer camping ground of the Pequot people. His company became one of the largest in the United States at the time for making wooden ships, building one thousand vessels ranging from fishing boats to sound steamers.

The Pequots were taken under English protection in 1655 following the Pequot War. The community grew from a tradition of fishing, lobstering, and boat-building and has more ship and boat yards than churches.

This is presumably the John Waterman (1694-1742), who was called junior to distinguish him from his uncle of the same name. was one of the neighboring proprietors who re-set the green’s boundaries at a Town Meeting in 1729. Buckingham, subsequently the war governor of the state. Such was his faithfulness and zeal that in 1840 he was made a member of the firm, the name becoming John Breed & Co. Breed went into a different line of business, and, with Mr. On January 1, 1907, having suffered Bright’s Disease for six months, Camp took his own life by shooting.

The sign next lists “Edmund Quincy Gookin, 1726.” According to (1895), by Mary Elizabeth Perkins, Edmund Gookin, or Goodkin, (1688-1740), of Sherborn, Mass., bought the Norwichtown house of Sarah Knight (who operated a tavern) in 1722 and resided there until 1733, later purchasing a house in the Bean Hill district. The name of the Church Society, as appears in the minutes, was first called “Norwich;” in 1834, “Norwich North,” which appellation it has very generally retained.