Fairfield county. Weston was taken from Fairfield in 1787. It was settled in 1738. The town is watered by Saugatuck and Mill rivers, and a pleasant brook, which furnish a good water power. There are some valuable mills for manufactures in the town, but the chief business of the inhabitants is agricultural. The soil is a gravelly loam, with an uneven surface.
Weston is 60 miles S.W. from Hartford and is bounded N.W. by Fairfield. Population, 1830, 2,997.