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Connecticut Vital Records Index. Connecticut Births and Christenings, 1649-1906, Connecticut Marriages, 1729-1867, and Connecticut Deaths and Burials, 1772-1934. For over 30 years, volunteer indexers extracted this information from microfilm copies of the original records. The index is not necessarily complete for any particular place or region.

Colonial Connecticut Records 1636-1776

Records of the colony and plantation of New Haven, from 1638 to 1649. Free online edition of this book published in 1857.

Connecticut Family Group Sheets

World War I Connecticut Veterans Database. In 1919, the War Records Department sent out the Military Service Record questionnaires to servicemen and women to document Connecticut participation in the World. The database contains the following information: veteran's name, residence, notes Foreign Service and indicates if photograph is included with questionnaire.

Cemetery Database of the Polish Genealogical Society - Connecticut and the Northeast

Wethersfield State Prison Records, Connecticut : The Warrants of Commitment, 1800-1903 : The database contains the following information: prisoner's name, aliases, residence, crime committed, victim (if known), sentence, court, and date of issue.

Index to Record of Service of Connecticut Men Who Served in Regular Army Mexican War. Compiled from rosters on file in Adjutant's Office Washington, D.C.

Vessels And Their Passengers That Sailed From The State Of Connecticut to California in 1849. Source: "The Argonauts Of California" by C. W. Haskins, 1890.

Noble Pension Database. General William H. Noble and his daughter Henrietta M. Noble, Pension Agents in Bridgeport, Connecticut assisted veterans and their descendants to secure pensions from the United States Government. The database contains the following information: veteran's name, rank, pension file application number, date enlisted, date discharged, and military unit.

Connecticut Executions 1639-1960 (archived Web page : may be unavailable or slow to respond).

Names contained in The CT. Portrait Index maintained at CT. State Library in Hartford : Over 3000 names.

Connecticut General Assembly Members 1776 to date. Members of the 1902 and 1965 Constitutional Conventions are also included. The database may be searched by last name or town.

Narragansett Tribal List 1881 (in RI and CT). Final List of the Members of the Narragansett Tribe Entitled to a Share of the Purchase Money 1881.

Legal Correspondents of Wilber Mercantile Agency in Connecticut, 1917

Surnames Being Researched by Members of the Polish Genealogical Society of Connecticut

Acadians Deported to Connecticut


  • Fairfield County

    1790 Census Index for Wilton CT
    1810 Census for the Town of Wilton CT
    1820 Census for the Town of Wilton CT
    1850 Census Index for Wilton CT
    1860 Census for Town of Wilton, CT
    1880 Census Index for Wilton, CT

    1910 Connecticut Federal Population Census Schedules - Fairfield County : ED's 1, 2, 58, 73-91, 103-108, 119-126.

    1910 Connecticut Federal Population Census Schedules - Fairfield County : ED's 3-37.

    1910 Connecticut Federal Population Census Schedules - Fairfield County : ED's 38-57, 59-72, 601, 604, 609.

    1910 Connecticut Federal Population Census Schedules - Fairfield and Hartford Counties : Fairfield ED's 92-102, 109-118, 600, 607; Hartford ED's 127-137.

    Fitch's Home for Soldiers, Darien, Fairfield County, Connecticut : Deceased Veterans Discharge Files, 1882-1936. Approximately 2300 veterans' files from the Fitch's Home for Soldiers. Although the veterans listed served primarily in the Civil War, a few Spanish American veterans are included.

    Fairfield County, Connecticut: Part of the Connecticut American Local History Network. Birth, marriage and death records for several towns, including Bridgeport and Wilton

    Marriages in the town of Poundridge, Westchester County, New York 1838-1871. From a ledger that belonged to Aaron Fancher, Justice of the Peace in Poundridge. Many residents of Fairfield County, Connecticut are listed.

    A complete copy of the inscriptions found on the monuments, headstones, &c., in the oldest cemetery in Norwalk, Conn. September, 1892

    St. Augustine Cemetery, Bridgeport, Fairfield County, Connecticut


  • Hartford County

    Original Proprietors of Hartford, Connecticut (1636)

    1910 Connecticut Federal Population Census Schedules - Fairfield and Hartford Counties : Fairfield ED's 92-102, 109-118, 600, 607; Hartford ED's 127-137.

    1910 Connecticut Federal Population Census Schedules - Hartford County : ED's 138-153, 208-215, 234-237, 247, 248.

    1910 Connecticut Federal Population Census Schedules - Hartford County : ED's 154-174, 238-246, 605.

    1910 Connecticut Federal Population Census Schedules - Hartford County : ED's 175-207, 606, 608.

    1910 Connecticut Federal Population Census Schedules - Hartford and Litchfield Counties : Hartford ED's 216-233; Litchfield ED's 249-264.

    Hartford, Connecticut 1799 Business Directory

    Roster of the 16th Connecticut Regiment, Volunteer Infantry. The 16th Connecticut was formed in Hartford County, Connecticut, in July and August 1862 (archived Web page : may be unavailable or slow to respond).

    Marriages in Glastonbury, Hartford county, CT before 1750

    Marriages in Glastonbury, Hartford County, Connecticut. From 2nd Congregrational Church Records 1769-1800

    Enfield, Hartford County, Connecticut Street Cemetery : Headstone inscriptions before 1800 (archived Web page : may be unavailable or slow to respond).

    Avon, Hartford County, Connecticut Cemeteries and Vital Records.

    Cedar Hill Cemetery, Hartford Connecticut, 1863-1903. Digitized edition of this book published by the Cemetery in 1903. Includes list of lot owners (see pages 45 to 56).

    Headstones of Hartford, Connecticut, Center Cemetery, Inscriptions Before 1800 (archived Web page : may be unavailable or slow to respond).


  • Litchfield County

    1910 Connecticut Federal Population Census Schedules - Hartford and Litchfield Counties : Hartford ED's 216-233; Litchfield ED's 249-264.

    1910 Connecticut Federal Population Census Schedules - Litchfield and Middlesex Counties : Litchfield ED's 265-290; Middlesex ED's 291-302, 313-317, 599.

    Early Connecticut Marriages to 1800 in Norfolk, Litchfield Co, Ct.


  • Middlesex County

    1910 Connecticut Federal Population Census Schedules - Litchfield and Middlesex Counties : Litchfield ED's 265-290; Middlesex ED's 291-302, 313-317, 599.

    1910 Connecticut Federal Population Census Schedules - Middlesex and New Heaven Counties : Middlesex ED's 303-312, 602; New Haven ED's 328-343, 362-364, 444, 445.

    East Haddam, Middlesex County, Connecticut Marriage Records 1693-1749


  • New Haven County

    1910 Connecticut Federal Population Census Schedules - Middlesex and New Heaven Counties : Middlesex ED's 303-312, 602; New Haven ED's 328-343, 362-364, 444, 445.

    1910 Connecticut Federal Population Census Schedules - New Heaven County : ED's 318-327, 365-371, 446-461, 495, 496, 603.

    1910 Connecticut Federal Population Census Schedules - New Heaven County : ED's 344-361, 372-386, 437-443.

    1910 Connecticut Federal Population Census Schedules - New Heaven County : ED's 387-413, 428-430.

    1910 Connecticut Federal Population Census Schedules - New Heaven County : ED's 414-427, 431-436, 462-476.

    1910 Connecticut Federal Population Census Schedules - New Heaven and New London Counties : New Haven ED's 477-494; New London ED's 497-507.

    New Haven County, Connecticut Biographies

    New Haven, Connecticut - Marriages in the First Congregational Church 1758-1799

    Marriages in the New Haven, Connecticut Second Church 1733 - 1789

    The East Haven Death Register (New Haven County, Connecticut). Abstracted from “The East-Haven Register” by Stephen Dodd, published in 1824.


  • New London County

    1910 Connecticut Federal Population Census Schedules - New Heaven and New London Counties : New Haven ED's 477-494; New London ED's 497-507.

    1910 Connecticut Federal Population Census Schedules - New London County : ED's 508-530, 542-551.

    1910 Connecticut Federal Population Census Schedules - New London, Tolland, and Windham Counties : New London ED's 531-541; Tolland all ED's; Windham ED's 568-576.

    Voluntown, New London County, Connecticut Births, Marriages and Deaths, 1708-1850

    Early Preston (Griswold section), New London County, Connecticutt Marriages : Congregational Church 1720 - 1799

    1861 Census for the Montville Mohegan Reservation, New London County, Connecticut

    New London County, Connecticut Biographies

    Births in the Town of New London, Connecticut to 1730


  • Tolland County

    1910 Connecticut Federal Population Census Schedules - New London, Tolland, and Windham Counties : New London ED's 531-541; Tolland all ED's; Windham ED's 568-576.

    Town of Tolland, Connecticut Cemetery Records (archived website) - From the Connecticut Headstones by Charles R. Hale, State Necrologist, found at the CT State Library.

    Town of Tolland, Connecticut 1790 U.S. Census

    Tolland County, Connecticut Biographies


  • Windham County

    1910 Connecticut Federal Population Census Schedules - New London, Tolland, and Windham Counties : New London ED's 531-541; Tolland all ED's; Windham ED's 568-576.

    1910 Connecticut Federal Population Census Schedules - Windham County : ED's 577-598.

    Windham County, Connecticut Marriages 1719 - 1799 : A through K - L through W

    Abinfton First Congregational Church Marriages to 1800, Pomfret, Windham County, Connecticut.


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