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Middlebury, Connecticut, church and vital records, 1775 to 1900

Bradford E. Smith

Middlebury, Connecticut, church and vital records, 1775 to 1900

by Bradford E. Smith

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Published by B.E. Smith in [Middlebury, Conn.?] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Middlebury (Conn. : Town),
  • Connecticut,
  • Middlebury.
    • Subjects:
    • Registers of births, etc. -- Connecticut -- Middlebury.,
    • Middlebury (Conn. : Town) -- Genealogy.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementsponsored by the Middlebury Historical Society ; compiled by Bradford E. Smith.
      ContributionsMiddlebury Historical Society.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF104.M6 S54 1984
      The Physical Object
      Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2582154M
      LC Control Number85130333

        Includes town meeting records, tax lists, grand lists, assessment books, deeds and land records, accounting records, school records, vital records, election returns, lists of electors, indentures, roads and highway records, justice court papers, and other materials. See Local Government A-Z. RG , Church Records. CT Probate Records; CT Military Databases; CT Data Collections; Create Free Family Tree; Contact Us; New Haven County [email protected] T+

      Middlebury, Connecticut books and records for family history and genealogy research. Products Sort By Product ↑ Product ↓ Price ↑ Price ↓ Default ↑ Default . Connecticut Genealogy Databases - Subscription May be Required Ancestry is the largest provider of genealogy data online. The billions of records they provide have advanced genealogy online beyond imagination just a decade ago. The following is but a small sample of what they provide for Connecticut genealogy at Ancestry.

        The Church Records index covers about one-quarter of the church records held by the Connecticut State Library, mostly Congregational. There is no specific cutoff date for the index; most entries date before , but there are some to the early s. It does not include Catholic or Jewish records. Description. The Barbour Index to Connecticut vital records, created by Lucius B. Barbour, Connecticut Examiner of Public Records from to , and housed at the Connecticut State Library, is the starting point for researching Connecticut birth, marriage, and death records .


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Middlebury, Connecticut, church and vital records, to WorldCat Middlebury, New Haven County, Connecticut town records of births, marriages and deaths. WorldCat Records of births, marriages, and deaths, Family History Library The Barbour collection of Connecticut town vital records.

Information in Connecticut’s church records has often been found to be more informative, complete, or accurate than the Middlebury vital records. Excerpt church and vital records Alice G. Eichholz, “Connecticut Family History Research.” Red Book: American State, County and Town Connecticut.

Third edition. Provo, UT: Ancestry Publishing, Library Catalog Learn what the library has in its collections of books, manuscripts, and more.; Digital Book & Manuscript Collections View books, family papers, photographs, organizational records, and other digitized materials.; Databases at the Library See a list of databases available to visitors at the library.; Floor Plan Planning your visit.

View a floor plan and guide to resources in. Church records,Methodist Episcopal Church (Middlebury, Connecticut) Family History Library Congregational Church Records, (included in Connecticut Church Record Abstracts) Ancestry. Middlebury, Connecticut church and vital records.

Related data collections. Connecticut, Town Marriage Records, pre (Barbour Collection) This database contains an index to vital record information for individuals who married primarily beforeabstracted from Connecticut town vital records, and recorded in the multi-volume set known as the Lucius Barnes Barbour Collection.

Barbour Collection of Connecticut Vital Records. The Barbour Collection is a transcribed collection of the Connecticut vital records (birth, marriage and death) covering the years from toarranged in alphabetical order for the state.

Named after Lucius Barnes Barbour, State Examiner of Public Records fromunder whose direction the project was begun. The Town Clerk’s office is entrusted with the responsibility of recording and indexing all of the town's land records; issuing and recording marriage licenses and recording birth and death certificates; issuing dog licenses; recording military discharges; filing liquor permits; keeping notary, justice of the peace and campaign finance records; performing a variety of election related duties.

It is recommended that you also look at the Connecticut Church Records page, which has additional information about church records in Connecticut. Church Records, USGenWeb CTArchives; Connecticut Genealogy, Litchfield County Church Records, (accessed 6 Mar ).

Includes church and vital records. The Connecticut Historical Society is a great place to start or continue research into your family history. Our collection includes printed genealogies, Connecticut town and city directories (some runs are incomplete), and local histories for New England and some non-New England states, including published vital records, church records, and cemetery inscriptions.

Records of the Colony of Connecticut, Records of the State of Connecticut, Learn more about the Public Records of Connecticut, and read about the ongoing effort to publish Connecticut's historical records. Records may also be requested from the Clerk of the town where the event occurred.

For more information on ordering, see the Vital Records page. Connecticut State Library – Vital Records page: The Library holds the Barbour Index and copies of many microfilmed vital records to about Connecticut Research Resources. Died, in Middlebury, Vt., Rev. Daniel Avery, in the 71st year of his age.

He was formerly pastor of the First Congregational Church in this State, and was nearly in the 21st year of his ministry. Boston Recorder 17 Mar Married, in Monkton, Vt., Rev.

John A. Avery of Plymouth & Miss Emeline Baldwin of Monkton. Boston Recorder 19 Feb These records were extracted from the books at Congregational Church Parishes throughout the state of Connecticut, from the years to Compiled by, Frederic W.

Bailey “Early Connecticut Marriages as Found on Ancient Church Records prior to ”. Certified copies of Vital Records are available in person or through the mail (Middlebury Vital Statistics, Whittemore Road, Middlebury CT ). All mail requests are processed the day they are received.

Please refer to the appropriate application form and identification requirements below. Vital Records offices are located in each of the towns in Connecticut.

The vital records registrar in each town is responsible for maintaining the original certificate for all births, marriages, civil unions, deaths and fetal deaths that occur within its town.

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Read, borrow, and discover more than 3M books for free. of Weston. The book expanded on the basic research completed by Raymond Taylor () by adding all birth, marriage and death records for on file at the town hall. The first printing was sold out quickly and prompted many interested parties to come for ward with additional information.

Other informational sources also became. Guide to New Haven County, Connecticut ancestry, family history, and genealogy birth records, marriage records, death records, census records, family history, and military records.The materials in this record group pertain mostly to the Wethersfield State Prison () and include correspondence, financial records, commitment warrants, prison discharges, architectural drawings, and inmate records, The collection contains a few records pertaining to Connecticut’s first prison at Newgate.Connecticut baptisms, ss; Connecticut burials, ss; Connecticut church records, ss; Connecticut Deaths, ; Connecticut Divorces, ; Connecticut Marriages, ; Connecticut, Stonington Cemetery Records; Connecticut, Town of Sharon Cemetery Indexes; District of Columbia births & baptisms,