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Connecticut Genealogy Data and Links. Provides direct links to major databases and historical titles and information found online concerning Connecticut Genealogy.

Connecticut Biographies

Connecticut Cemetery Records

Connecticut Census Records

Connecticut Church Records and Histories

Connecticut Counties and Towns

Connecticut Directories

  • The South Berkshire Massachusetts directory
    A general directory of the towns of Alford, Egremont (North and South), Great Barrington (including Housatonic), Monterey, Mount Washington (including Alandar), New Marlboro (including Clayton, Hartsville, Mill River and Southfield), North Canaan, Conn. (including Canaan and East Canaan), Sheffield (including Ashley Falls), Stockbridge (including Interlaken and Glendale), West Stockbridge (including State Line) (Volume 6)

Connecticut Genealogy

United States Genealogy

American History and Genealogy Project

Fairfield, Hartford, Litchfield, MiddlesexNew Haven, New London, TollandWindham

United States GenWeb Project

Fairfield, Hartford, Litchfield, Middlesex, New Haven, New London, Tolland, Windham

Connecticut History

Connecticut Military Records

Connecticut Native American Records

Connecticut Newspapers

  • Digital Connecticut Newspapers by Town
    258 Connecticut newspapers, both historical and current, that are available online. Not all Connecticut towns have a newspaper currently digitized. In the event your ancestors town does not, try to find a nearby town with a digitized paper.

Connecticut Vital Records

Connecticut Yearbooks

  • Newington High School Yearbooks 1938-2016
    The Sequin, Newington High School yearbook, began with the first graduating class from Newington High School with the edition of the senior high school on Mill Street. The first graduating class of 1938 started many traditions, the Sequin being one of them. The class of 1938 named the yearbook after Sequin, the Sachem of the Wangucks, who sold the land on which Newington stands to the early settlers.

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