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Wilson Point (also Belden's Neck, and Elys Neck) is the historical name of the point of land lying in the easternmost part of Rowayton. It is named after Lewis O. Wilson. The name dates back at least as early as 1874. The body of water between it and the rest of Rowayton is called Wilson Cove.
Elys Neck is an early historical name of Wilson Point. It seems that Nathaniel Ely claimed this land before there was any allotment of land of the area. The name dates back at least as early as 1665. 1
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1. Malcolm Hunt, Names and Places of Old Norwalk