The Simsbury Free Library

Volume 14 Issue 1, Spring 2007

The Original Trustees:  Part 3

Amos Richards Eno, founding benefactor of the Simsbury Free Library, was the son of Salmon Eno, a Simsbury native and a member of the fifth generation of Eno’s in the New World.  As a young man, Salmon Eno studied under the town’s congregational minister, Rev. Samuel Stebbins.  Then he became a schoolteacher in the part of Berlin, Connecticut that is now New Britain, his mother’s birthplace.  There he met Mary “Polly” Richards.

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