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New England Family Histories: State of Connecticut

By: Hall, Lu Verne V.; Virdin, Donald Odell

Price: $24.50  $24.49

Publisher: Westminster, MD, Heritage Books:

Our Product Number: UCT007

ISBN: 0788413945

Condition: New. 1999


258 pages. An abundance of genealogical works about New England families has been written and is available to the public. This book is your guide to these existing works. The authors have researched and compiled a valuable bibliographic reference tool for anyone searching for their New England ancestors, or researching Connecticut family histories and genealogies. Bibliographic references are grouped alphabetically, by family name, from Aasen to York, with titles arrange... View more info

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Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records

By: Manwaring, Charles W.

Price: $150.00  $149.93

Publisher: Baltimore, Genealogical Publishing Co:

Our Product Number: UCT009

ISBN: 0806314729

Condition: New. 1995


Index. . 3 vols. 2,224 pages. These three impeccably edited volumes cover the wills, inventories, distributions of estates, and court records of the men and women who settled in that fecund district of Connecticut embracing Hartford, Wethersfield, and Windsor. Officially established in 1666. Residents of those towns had their wills proved in Hartford, and this work contains not only accurate transcriptions of those wills, but transcriptions of all related documents, incl... View more info

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Heads of Families At the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790: Connecticut

By: U.S. Bureau of the Census Staff

Price: $32.50  $32.48

Publisher: Baltimore, Clearfield Company:

Our Product Number: UCT008

ISBN: 0806305231

Condition: New. 1992


227 pages. In response to repeated requests from genealogists, historians, and patriotic societies, the surviving census records were published by the Bureau of the Census in 1907 and 1908. The twelve states whose records were then extant are each covered by a single volume. The twelve published volumes contain the names of the heads of about 400,000 families, with information concerning their place of residence, the size of their families, and the approximate ages of th... View more info