An interesting article from a couple weeks back. Note religious historian Charles Hambrick-Stowe's involvement.
"Archaeologist will probe ground for old churches," The Ridgefield Press, 1 August 2010.
Connecticut State Archivist Nicholas Bellantoni will use a radar device to search for the exact location of the original meeting houses of the First Congregational Church of Ridgefield.
The project is part of the church’s preparation to celebrate its 300th anniversary in 2012. . . .
Dr. Charles Hambrick-Stowe, senior minister, and David Hein of the church’s 300th anniversary committee studied old photographs and maps with him at the site, on Main Street in front of Jesse Lee United Methodist Church. >>>