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 360 Years: 1646 - 2006

DECEMBER 2006
Vol. 11 / No. 9

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Neild Burgess Oldham, owned and operated "The Gazette" with his wife, Susan Munger until shortly before his death on March 7, 2007.

We had the good fortune to meet and get to know Neild through our business relationship with him. To us, Neild was a kind and passionate man whom we delighted to hear from, to talk with. His love of New London was clear & strong. We admired his work to keep New London's history alive and future on-track, his integrity and his courage to speak out for his beliefs.

It is hard to explain how deeply the loss of someone like Neild effects even those of us who were not close friends. Perhaps it is the loss of a kindred spirit, the loss his energy and passion. Neild, we will miss you.

Rob Szarka & Joyce Thomas
Bizgrok Web Services

Welcome to the website of The New London Gazette, a newsletter dedicated to New London, a delightful, old seaport community in southeastern Connecticut, New England, USA.

Rich in history, vibrant in its multi-cultural makeup, the small (about six square miles) city of New London on the Thames River offers visitors and residents much to savor and requires much effort to preserve.


We hope you will find the information about historic New London, Connecticut of interest. The web site is not currently being updated with information about current events. Therefore, you may also wish to visit New London Main Street's events listing for New London events or the North East Digital Village for events throughout Connecticut events.

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