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- This article is about a Connecticut genealogical collection. For other uses, see Barbour.
The Barbour Collection consists of abstracts of town, church and other original records in Connecticut. It was first created as a slip index by Lucius B. Barbour at the Connecticut State Library in Hartford, Connecticut. It has been microfilmed on 98 films and is available at the Family History Library. The film collection is alphabetical by surname.
This collection is also available in a book format, compiled by Lorraine Cook White. This format is arranged by town, and then alphabetical by surname.