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The Charles R. Hale Collection of cemetery inscriptions (1640s-1930s) and [[Connecticut Newspapers|newspaper]] death notices (1796-1865) is at the Connecticut State Library and on microfilm at the Family History Library (on 360 FHL films beginning with 003076). It consists of an extensive card index and 59 typed volumes of inscriptions, arranged by town, from more than 2,000 cemeteries. Additional description of this collection is [[Connecticut Vital Records]].
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The names, addresses, and telephone numbers of cemeteries in Connecticut are listed in Kemp's ''Connecticut Researcher's Handbook''. Detroit, Michigan: Gale Research Company, 1981. (FHL book 974.6 D23k.) This book contains a detailed list of available sources. The book also lists the number, volume, and page citations for each cemetery included within the Hale collection.
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Cemetery records, such as tombstone and [[Sexton Records|sexton’s records]], have value in that they may give birth and death dates, age at death, name of spouse and children, a maiden name or, occasionally, a birthplace. Tombstones may have symbols or insignias indicating military service and social or religious affiliations. It is important to look at surrounding tombstones because family members may also be buried nearby.  
  
The Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) collection also contains tombstone inscriptions from Connecticut cemeteries. This collection is described in the "Genealogy" section.
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:*Kemp, Thomas Jay. Kemp's Connecticut Researcher's Handbook. Detroit, Michigan: Gale Research Company, 1981. This book includes cemetery names, addresses, and telephone numbers of cemeteries in Connecticut as well as a detailed list of available sources. The book also lists the number, volume, and page citations for each cemetery included within the Hale collection (see below).
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=== Hale Collection  ===
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The Charles R. Hale Collection of cemetery inscriptions (1640s-1930s) and newspaper death notices (1796-1865) consists of an extensive card index and typed inscriptions from more than 2,000 cemeteries. This collection is available at the Connecticut State Library and on microfilm at the Family History Library {{FHL|18917|item|disp=FHL films 3076-3433}}.
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=== DAR Collection  ===
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The Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) collection consists of transcripts of Bible records, cemetery records, church records, marriages, deaths, obituaries, and wills. It was microfilmed in 1970 and 1971 at the DAR Library in Washington, DC. {{FHL|38522|item|disp=FHL film 844451 (first of 24 films)}}
  
 
=== Web Sites  ===
 
=== Web Sites  ===
  
*http://www.interment.net/us/ct/index.htm
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*[http://www.hale-collection.com/index.html '''Hale Collection of Connecticut Cemetery Records'''] – Cemetery transcriptions and links built primarily on the Hale Collection.
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*'''[http://www.newhorizonsgenealogicalservices.com/cemetery-records.htm/ New Horizons Genealogy] '''– Specializing in New York and New England cemetery records.
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*[http://www.findagrave.com/ '''Find A Grave'''] – Search by name, date, or cemetery; browse by location or "claim to fame;" or add burial records.
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*[http://interment.net/us/ct/index.htm '''Interment.net (CT)'''] - Browse cemeteries by county.
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*[http://connecticut-genealogy.com/Connecticut-Cemetery-Records.cfm '''Connecticut Cemetery Records'''] (at Connecticut Genealogy) Cemetery inscriptions online organized by county and city.
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Cemetery records, such as tombstone and sexton’s records, have value in that they may give birth and death dates, age at death, name of spouse and children, a maiden name or, occasionally, a birthplace. Tombstones may have symbols or insignias indicating military service and social or religious affiliations. It is important to look at surrounding tombstones because family members may also be buried nearby.

  • Kemp, Thomas Jay. Kemp's Connecticut Researcher's Handbook. Detroit, Michigan: Gale Research Company, 1981. This book includes cemetery names, addresses, and telephone numbers of cemeteries in Connecticut as well as a detailed list of available sources. The book also lists the number, volume, and page citations for each cemetery included within the Hale collection (see below).

Hale Collection

The Charles R. Hale Collection of cemetery inscriptions (1640s-1930s) and newspaper death notices (1796-1865) consists of an extensive card index and typed inscriptions from more than 2,000 cemeteries. This collection is available at the Connecticut State Library and on microfilm at the Family History Library FHL films 3076-3433.

DAR Collection

The Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) collection consists of transcripts of Bible records, cemetery records, church records, marriages, deaths, obituaries, and wills. It was microfilmed in 1970 and 1971 at the DAR Library in Washington, DC. FHL film 844451 (first of 24 films)

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