Connecticut Genealogy

Connecticut Genealogy is being developed as a genealogical and historical resource for your personal use. It contains information and records for Connecticut ancestry, family history, and genealogy. Specifically, it provides sources for birth records, death records, marriage records, census records, tax records, court records, and military records. It also provides some historical details about different times and people in Connecticut history.

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Connecticut History
I have begun adding various historical information to the website to better give you an idea of what your ancestors lived through and may have witnessed taking shape in the early history of Connecticut.

Connecticut Census Records
This section of the website has been completely redone.

Colonial Connecticut Records
Colonial Connecticut Records is a digital collection created by staff at the University of Connecticut Libraries.

Connecticut Genealogy

Connecticut County Genealogy

Windham County Connecticut Genealogy
The vast majority of information on Windham county is based upon History of Windham County, Connecticut, Bayles, Richard M.; New York: W.W. Preston, 1889. We’ve added, corrected and subtracted from this data as we’ve identified flaws or came upon new data.

Other New England Genealogy

Volume 03 – 1678-1689

Volume 3 of the public records of the Colony of Connecticut contains the proceedings of the General Court from the election in May, 1678, to the close of the special session called in June, 1689, to proclaim the accession of William and Mary to the throne of England. By the…
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Volume 02 – 1665-1677

This is volume 2 of the publication of the public records of the Colony of Connecticut, from the Union with New Haven Colony, (May, 1665,) to the close of the year 1677, — comprising one of the most interesting and eventful periods in Connecticut colonial history. For genealogists, the first…
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Volume 01 – 1636-1665

The first volume of the Colony Records is in three parts, originally bound in as many separate volumes. The first of these consists of the records of the General and Particular Courts, commencing with the session held at Newtown, (Hartford) April 26th, 1636 and closing with the December session of…
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Proprietors of Woodstock Connecticut

1. Thomas and Joseph Bacon, thirty acres.2. James Corbin, twenty acres.3. Minister’s lot, twenty acres.4. Benjamin Sabin, twenty acres.5. Henry Bowen, fifteen acres.6. Thomas Lyon, sixteen acres.7. Ebenezer Morris, eighteen acres.8. Matthew Davis, sixteen acres.9. William Lyon, Sr., and Ebenezer Cass. These lots were all laid out on Plaine hill.…
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Biography of Hiram N. Brown

Hiram N. Brown was born June 7, 1812, in New London, Conn., not far from the Waterford town line, a son of David and Lydia (Stebbins) Brown, natives of the same locality. David Brown was a grocery merchant for many years in New London, and a well-known citizen throughout that…
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