Green/Greene entries found in the Barbour collection of Connecticut vital records

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The Barbour Collection of Connecticut Vital Records is an index to and transcription of most towns' vital (birth, marriage, death) records from the inception of the town to about the year There are two parts to the collection; a statewide surname index and a.

Vol. General editor, Lorraine Cook White. Access-restricted-item true Addeddate Boxid IA CameraPages: Connecticut, U.S., Town Death Records, pre (Barbour Collection) This database contains an index to vital record information for individuals who died primarily beforeabstracted from Connecticut town vital records, and recorded in the multi-volume set known as the Lucius Barnes Barbour Collection.

Most Connecticut researchers are as familiar with the Barbour Collection of town records as Massachusetts researchers are with their “tan books” Green/Greene entries found in the Barbour collection of Connecticut vital records book town vital records.

For those not familiar, in short, the Barber Collection provides a transcription and index of pre Connecticut vital records on a town by town basis. This is a mixed vital record card index to Connecticut vital records prior to compiled under the supervision of Lucius A.

Barbour and Lucius B. Barbour. The microfilm of the original records are located at the State Library in Hartford, Connecticut. The cards are alphabetically arranged under surnames. The cards contain mixed vitals, birth, marriage, death, and possibly burial information.

The Barbour Collection of Connecticut birth, marriage, and death records to about was the life work of Lucius Barnes Barbour, Connecticut Examiner of Public Records from to This present series, under the general editorship of Lorraine Cook White, is a town-by-town transcription of Barbour's celebrated collection.

Each volume in the series contains the birth, marriage, and death. Common Knowledge Series The Barbour Collection of Connecticut Town Vital Records. Series: The Barbour Collection of Connecticut Town Vital Records.

Series by cover. Like many concepts in the book world, "series" is a somewhat fluid and contested notion. The Barbour Collection of Connecticut Town Vital Records, Volumes The Barbour Collection of Connecticut Town Vital Records, Lorraine Cook White: Publisher: Genealogical Publishing Company, Original from: the University of Wisconsin - Madison: Digitized: Aug 8, ISBN: X, Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote.

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Connecticut, Passport and Birth Certificates, Ancestry. Connecticut, Vital Records, Prior to (Barbour Collection) Family Search. Connecticut: Vital Records (The Barbour Collection), American Ancestors. Index cards to vital records of Connecticut churches at the Connecticut State Library Family History Library U.S.

JUST FOUND. Jan. DARIEN Barbour Just found. April GLASTONBURY marriages from the Barbour Collection Click on Table of Contents at left side of pg.

to find. NEW. August PORTLAND, Middlesex, CT. NEW. October, WALLINGFORD, New Haven, CT. If you find other Towns in the Barbour Collection online, please email me so I can add a. The provisions of this section shall apply only to those vital records of a municipality which are not included in the Barbour Collection and which relate to events which occurred prior to the year All copies made under the provisions of this section shall be reduced to microfilm and shall be placed in the custody of the state's Public.

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The volume Barbour Collection of Connecticut Town Vital Records published by the between and and covering Connecticut towns, is a reliable transcription of the original Barbour Index. These books are available in paperback and electronic editions.

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. RGChurch Records.

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The Barbour Collection consists of births, marriages, and deaths recorded at the town level in Connecticut up through approximately In the s and s, Lucius Barnes Barbour (Connecticut Examiner of Public Records, –) and his team of researchers transcribed the records held at the town level.

Greenwich, Fairfield Co., CT, Vital Records from Barbour, - N-Y Transcribed by Coralynn Brown. NASH Ann, m William Henry SHERWOOD, b of Greenwich, Oct 3,by Thomas Brewer Dorcas, of Greenwich, m Benjamin SANDS of New Castle, N.Y., Oct 9,by Chauncey Wilcox.

Connecticut Birth, Marriage, Divorce along with Death records, also referred to as vital records, give specifics about significant events in your ancestors life.

Vital records, usually maintained by a civic authority, gives you an even more comprehensive picture of your ancestor, help you distinguish between two people utilizing the identical name, and enable you to locate links to a brand.

Vital Records of Norwich Parts I and II. Hartford Society of Colonial Wars in the State of Connecticut, (Part III is included in the Barbour Collection.) Vital Records of Bolton to and Vernon to Hartford: Hartford Historical Society, "Vital Records of New HavenParts I and II." Hartford: The.

About the Barbour Collection: The Lucius Barnes Barbour Collection, well known to the Connecticut researcher, serves as an index to and an abstract of most pre Connecticut vital records.

It is housed in the Connecticut State Library, but microfilm copies of it are widely available. Covering Connecticut towns and compris typed pages, the Barbour Collection of Connecticut birth, marriage, and death records to about was the life work of Lucius Barnes Barbour, Connecticut Examiner of Public Records from to Reviews: 3.

The Barbour collection of Connecticut town vital records. [19], Hartford WorldCat The Hartford Times, death notices Ancestry. Vital Records of Hartford, Connecticut, (Barbour Collection) Jane Devlin.

Vital Records of Hartford, Connecticut, before. This second volume of Ms. White's serialization of the Barbour Collection of Connecticut town vital records is a transcription of the vital records of the following towns: Barkhamsted (), Berlin (), Bethany (), Bethlehem (), Bloomfield (), and.

Public Records Online. Business Filings. Connecticut Secretary of State: Concord - (Records showing the formation of and fundamental changes to corporations, LLCs, partnerships, and other businesses) ; Business Filings Look-Up; UCC Liens Look-Up - (Personal property liens); Connecticut Business Registration Data Portal.

The Barbour Collection of Connecticut Vital Records was named for Lucius Barnes Barbour, State Examiner of Public Records fromunder whose direction the project was begun. Barbour had directed the publication of the Bolton and Vernon vital records by the Connecticut Historical Society in.

Windham County Connecticut CTGenweb Project. WINDHAM COUNTY CEMETERY & VITAL RECORDS. The following birth, marriage, death and cemetery records cover a variety of sources including the Barbour Collection of CT Vital Records, The Hale Collection of Cemetery Inscriptions, Early CT Marriages and several newspapers.

Barbour Collection of Vital. Connecticut: Records of the Particular Court of the Colony of CT, Simsbury, CT: Vital Records, Hartford, Windsor and Fairfield CT: Vital Records, Covers years Imprint varies Vols.

edited by J. Trumbull; v.by C. Hoadly A continuation, published uniformly with the above, has title: The public records of the State of Connecticut. These records have been alphabetized and are included in the Barbour collection at the Connecticut State Library.” Note: There are handwritten transcriptions of early Lebanon Vital Records by Walter Kingsley who was Lebanon Town Clerk from to and Charles J.

Abell who was Lebanon Town Clerk from until Connecticut Town Birth Records, pre (Barbour Collection) vital record information for individuals born primarily beforeabstracted from Connecticut town vital records Connecticut, Church Record Abstracts, a large collection of church records dating back to the 17th century Connecticut, Wills and Probate Records, Connecticut Deaths, Each record provides an exact transcription of the records provided by the Connecticut Department of Public Health in Hartford, Connecticut.

Entries include the name of the deceased, place of death, date of death, and marital status. SAYBROOK BARBOUR RECORDS Transcribed by Coralynn Brown [Please note that the Barbour Collection is not complete.

Births, Marriages & Deaths were indexed up to aroundbut thereafter only marriages were included. If searching for Births & Deaths afterthe original town records should be consulted. The BARBOUR COLLECTION is a series of 55 volumes containing vital records (marriages, births, deaths) of Connecticut towns up to about This catalog does not cross-index the collection by county or subject, however it is cross-indexed by towns.Vital Records of Connecticut, Series II - Churches, Volume 7, Suffield, The Barbour Collection - Volume Forty-Six - Thompson The Barbour Collection - Volume Forty-Seven - TorringtonUnionVoluntown The Barbour Collection - Volume Forty-Eight - Wallingford Back to Databases.

Connecticut Vital Records — Index of Marriages, This index allows researchers to find the name, place and date of marriage for couples who were married in Connecticut between through