|Connecticut State Vital Records
Connecticut State Vital Records Office
Health Department Vital Records
P.O. Box 340308
Hartford, CT 06104-0308
Records include birth, marriage, and death records since July 1897.
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Connecticut and New Haven Colonies, 1635-60
Connecticut and South Carolina Claims and Cessions of Western Lands, 1776-1802
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Connecticut and South Carolina, Claims and Cessions of Western Lands, 1776-1802
Online Connecticut Databases
Family History: Early New York and Connecticut Families
Connecticut and New Haven Colonies, 1635-1660
Connecticut Marriages to 1800
Connecticut Census, 1790
Connecticut Apprentices, 1637-1900
Connecticut Pensioners, 1835
Connecticut Census, 1790-1890
Connecticut Revolutionary War Military Lists, 1775-83
Connecticut Servicemen, Spanish American War
Connecticut Soldiers, French and Indian War, 1755-62
Connecticut Death Index, 1949-96
Hartford, Connecticut Probate Records, 1635-50
Hartford, Connecticut Probate Records, 1700-29
Hartford, Connecticut Probate Records, 1729-50
Bristol, Connecticut City Directories, 1882-93
Hartford, Connecticut City Directory, 1889-92
Connecticut Puritan Settlers, 1633-1845
Danbury, Connecticut Directories, 1885-90
Middletown, Connecticut Directories, 1882-91
Ansonia, Connecticut Directories, 1887-91
Norfolk, Litchfield County, Connecticut, 1744-1900
Derby, Connecticut Town Records, 1655-1710
Norwich, Connecticut Directories, 1887-91
Colchester, Connecticut Settlement Records
Sharon, Connecticut, Burying Grounds
Derby, Connecticut Directories, 1889-91
New Britain, Connecticut Directories, 1888-93
Southington, Connecticut Directory, 1890
Winsted, Connecticut Directories, 1889-94
New London, Connecticut Directories, 1888, 1890-92
Waterbury, Connecticut Directories, 1889-91
Bridgeport, Connecticut Directories, 1890-91
Rockville, Connecticut Directories, 1889-92
Stamford, Connecticut Directories, 1887-92
Norwalk, Connecticut Directories, 1887-89, 1891
Connecticut Marriages to 1850
New London County, Connecticut, Cemetery Records, Volume I and II
Windham County, Connecticut, Cemetery Records, Volume I
Connecticut State Register, 1924 Government & Military records
History of Redding Connecticut
History of Windham County, Connecticut: Vol. 1-2
Cheshire, Connecticut: Town History, 1694-1840
Danbury, Connecticut: Town History, 1684-1896
Norwalk, Fairfield County, Connecticut: Historical Records, 1847
Torrington, Connecticut City Directory, 1900-01
New Haven, Connecticut City Directory, 1860-61
First Settlers of Connecticut and Massachusetts: Genealogical Notes and Contributions
New London, Connecticut City Directory, 1859-60
Ansonia, Derby, Shelton, and Seymour, Connecticut City Directory, 1907
Bristol, Plainville, and Terryville, Connecticut City Directory 1886-87
Darien, Noroton, Noroton Heights, and New Canaan, Connecticut City Directory, 1958
Family History Centers
- What is a Family History Center?
- Family History Centers are branches of the Family History Library in Salt Lake City.
- Centers provide access to many of the microfilms and microfiche in the Family History Library to help you identify your ancestors.
- Location and Hours
- There are more than 3,400 centers worldwide. To find a Family History Center near you, see the list of addresses below.
- Before you visit, you should contact the center to verify when it is open.
- Staff members will show you around the center, answer some research questions (research expertise in each center varies), help you use center resources, and order microfilms and microfiche from the Family History Library.
- Many centers offer classes on different genealogical research topics.
- Most centers have a computer with FamilySearch, which helps you search for information about your ancestors. FamilySearch includes Family History Library Catalog, International Genealogical Index, Ancestral File, Social Security Death Index, Scottish Church Records and the United States Military Index
- Most also have Personal Ancestral File, a computer program that allows you to organize your family history information.
- Most centers also have a variety of resource files, microfilms, microfiche and published material such as genealogies, histories, gazetteers, atlases and maps at your disposal.
Family History Centers Near You
Information about state archives and libraries:
Connecticut State Library
History and Genealogy Unit
231 Capitol Avenue
Hartford, CT 06106
Telephone: (860) 566-3692
Hours: Monday-Friday 9:30-5:00, closed Saturday, Sunday, and all state holidays
Records include original diaries, pre-colonial to 1850 transcripts of town vital records, church records, probate records, land records (pre-colonial to 1900), a large selection of family history books, rosters from various wars, index to naturalization for all of New England, maps and photos, cemetery records, tax records, court records, censuses from 1790 to 1850, and a card file on veterans' deaths and places of burial.
Information about state genealogical societies:
Connecticut Society of Genealogists, Inc.
175 Maple Street, East Hartford (location)
P.O. Box 435 (mailing address)
Glastonbury, CT 06033-0435
Telephone: (860) 569-0002
Publications: The Connecticut Nutmegger, Connecticut Society of Genealogists Newsletter
The Stamford Historical Society
1508 High Ridge Rd.
Stamford, CT 06903
Telephone: (203) 329-1183
See also: Connecticut Genealogy at Live Roots,
and Original Connecticut Documents