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Fairfield County, CT - USGenWeb Archives - census wills deeds ...
USGenWeb Connecticut Archives ~~ Fairfield County ~~ Contributors Email Links. This page was last ... censuses, Bible records, etc.
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New Haven County, CT - USGenWeb Archives - census wills deeds ...
USGenWeb Connecticut Archives ... Abbe-Abbey Genealogy: Feb 1998 : ... Bible records, etc.
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Free Marriage Records
To contribute your transcribed marriage records to the Click Here ... Connecticut: PATTI JEPSEN: Delaware: PATTI JEPSEN: District of Columbia: ADOPT ME!
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USGenWeb Connecticut Archives - Connecticut State Files
Union soldiers from Connecticut interred in the National ... Abbe-Abby Genealogy (Part 1) 9 Mar ... Record of Service of CTt Men Who Served in ...
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USGenWeb Archives - census wills deeds genealogy
Connecticut : Jo Branch: Delaware Table of ... a call went out to volunteers who would be willing to transcribe primary records as a service to the Internet ...
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Results 1-5 out of 813 from Interment


Whitneyville Cemetery - New Haven County, Connecticut
Total records = 1,918. Located on the east side of town, directly across from Whitneyville United Church of Christ, which is ... Connecticut Genealogy Links.
http://www.interment.net/data/us/ct/newhaven/whitney/index.htm

Connecticut Cemetery Records | Genealogy
Search and browse Connecticut cemetery records and tombstone inscriptions for Connecticut genealogy research.
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Fairfield County Cemetery Records, Connecticut | Genealogy
Search and browse Fairfield County cemetery records and tombstone inscriptions for Connecticut genealogy research.
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Litchfield County Cemetery Records, Connecticut | Genealogy
Search and browse Litchfield County cemetery records and tombstone inscriptions for Connecticut genealogy research.
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Trumbull Cemetery - New London County, Connecticut
Cemetery records of Trumbull Cemetery in Lebanon, ... Connecticut 1702-1871 Rt 207, Lebanon CT. ... Connecticut Genealogy Links.
http://www.interment.net/data/us/ct/newlondon/trumbull.htm

Results 1-5 out of 372 from Find a Grave


Josiah Taylor (1701 - 1781) - Find A Grave Memorial
Donald Lines Jacobus, M.A., History and Genealogy of the Families of Old ... The Barbour Collection of Connecticut Town Vital Records, Vol 12 - Fairfield 1639 ...
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=18352484

Find A Grave - Milford Cemetery
6 records found: Filter by fame level: ... Wife of Connecticut Governor Robert Treat who co-founded Newark, New Jersey with Jasper Crane, and Milford, Connecticut.
http://www.findagrave.com/php/famous.php?page=cem&FScemeteryid=103469

Josiah Loomis (1684 - 1754) - Find A Grave Memorial
Connecticut, USA: h/o Elizabeth KELSEY s/o Mary ELLSWORTH & Daniel LOOMIS ... Record added: Apr 13, 2009 Find A Grave Memorial# 35813042 : From your loved ones.
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Browse by State: Connecticut - Find A Grave - Connecticut
Records 1 to 20 (of 688 total matches) Records 21 to 40: ... He was a Delegate from Connecticut to the Second Continental Congress in 1778, ...
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Catania Family Surname Grave Search for Genealogy
Add Burial Records: Help with Find A Grave: Top Contributors: Success Stories: Discussion Forums: Find A Grave Store: Support Find A Grave: Log In: Search Page for Surname: Catania:
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East Hartford, Connecticut
County, Connecticut, United States. The population was 51,252 at the 2010 census. The town is located on the east bank of the Connecticut River, directly   Read More...

South Windsor, Connecticut
South Windsor is a town in Hartford County, Connecticut, United States. The population was 25,709 at the 2010 census. In 1659, Bulgaria (1617–1688)   Read More...

Thomas Welles
Thomas Welles (1590 – 14 January 1659, OS/1660, NS) is the only man in Connecticut's history to hold all four top offices: governor, deputy governor, treasurer   Read More...

John Read (Connecticut politician)
John Reed) (1633 – 1730) was a member of the Connecticut House of Representatives from Norwalk, Connecticut Colony in the May 1715 and October 1717 sessions   Read More...

Thomas Burnham
Roderick Henry (1884). Genealogical Records of Thomas Burnham, the Emigrant, who was Among the Early Settlers at Hartford, Connecticut, U.S. America, and   Read More...

Blackleach Burritt
Burritt was born at Ripton Parish, now Huntington, Fairfield County, Connecticut, circa 1744, although no birth records have been found for his birth   Read More...

Martha Wadsworth Brewster
April 14, 1737 at Lebanon, New London County, Connecticut and died at Columbia, Tolland County, Connecticut on March 30, 1812. He married on May 24, 1759   Read More...

Nathaniel B. Borden
Tiverton, Rhode Island. He attended the district school and Plainfield (Connecticut) Academy, but left when his mother died. Borden acquired an interest   Read More...

John Henry Boalt
School of Law at UC Berkeley, is named after him. Genealogy Records at Amherst College Connecticut State Library Obituary Sketch Romance with Elizabeth   Read More...

Elisha K. Root
Elisha King Root (May 5, 1808 - September 1, 1865) was a Connecticut machinist and inventor. Root was born on a Massachusetts farm and worked as a bobbin   Read More...

When did the states start keeping vital records? | Answerbag
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What does'nee'in the obituary mean? | Answerbag
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Which hobby or passtime have you spent the most amount of ...
by CT on September 22nd, 2008 Question. Help answer this question below. Which ... Genealogy and family history. (Warning! Long answer!) Over the years, ...
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Do you have any U.S. ancestors who served in the ...
I have records for ancestors on both sides of the Civil War, including one Confederate doctor in an Arkansas regiment. ... (genealogy / family history) ...
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What is an I-Pod, and why would anyone want one? | Answerbag
Genealogy. History. Many museums have one. It's like downloading regular radio programs. An example? One of my favorite genealogy podcasts is this one:
http://www.answerbag.com/q_view/1134152

State of Connecticut
Official State Seal

Population:
3,252,501

Under 18:
820,216

Over 65:
472,284

Employed:
2,062,236

Land in SM:
4,844.80

Official Website

Acres of Farms:
357,154

Births:
41,718

Deaths:
29,467

Infant Deaths:
243

Property Crime:
86,087

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Genealogists Shouldn't Need Town Hall Appointments ...
Isn't Connecticut already the only state to limit vital records research to professional genealogists (perhaps it is to members of the Connecticut Genealogical Society, as the editorial seems to imply)? LikeLike. Reply.
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Colchester Man Updating Records Of Who's Buried Where In...
He's working on a unique and highly ambitious project – to update the bible of state genealogy records untouched since 1934. Laput, 68, has made it his mission to modernize the Charles Hale Collection of Connecticut ...
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A Better Look at the Census | One Rhode Island Family
Other possibilities for finding industrial work would have been Killingly or Plainfield, Connecticut. A search in Norwich. I searched the 1830 federal census records in Norwich, Connecticut for anyone named Andrews.
http://onerhodeislandfamily.com/