Connecticut Land and Property

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Land in colonial [[Connecticut|Connecticut]] was granted by the Connecticut General Court. Most of these grants were to proprietors. Proprietors' records are at the Connecticut State Archives or at the town halls. Later deeds, mortgages, releases, and other related documents were recorded by the town clerk and are at the town halls. Most are indexed by grantor and grantee. There is no statewide index.  
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Land in colonial [[Connecticut|Connecticut]] was granted by the Connecticut General Court. Most of these grants were to proprietors. Proprietors' records are at the [http://www.cslib.org/archives/ Connecticut State Archives] or at the town halls. Later deeds, mortgages, releases, and other related documents were recorded by the town clerk and are at the town halls. Most are indexed by grantor and grantee. There is no statewide index.  
  
 
The Family History Library and the Connecticut State Library have microfilm copies of many proprietors' and town records from the earliest years to the mid or late 1800s. Some are as recent as the 1900s. They are listed in the Family History Library Catalog under the name of the town.&nbsp;  
 
The Family History Library and the Connecticut State Library have microfilm copies of many proprietors' and town records from the earliest years to the mid or late 1800s. Some are as recent as the 1900s. They are listed in the Family History Library Catalog under the name of the town.&nbsp;  
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*[http://www.cslib.org/archives/ Connecticut State Archives] had available the following:
 
*[http://www.cslib.org/archives/ Connecticut State Archives] had available the following:
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:*Research Guide to Connecticut Land Records
 
:*Research Guide to Connecticut Land Records
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*[http://publicrecords.onlinesearches.com/Connecticut-Land-Records-and-Deeds.htm Connecticuct Land Records and Deeds Directory, by Online Searches], accessed 11/16/2010
 
*[http://publicrecords.onlinesearches.com/Connecticut-Land-Records-and-Deeds.htm Connecticuct Land Records and Deeds Directory, by Online Searches], accessed 11/16/2010
  

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Land in colonial Connecticut was granted by the Connecticut General Court. Most of these grants were to proprietors. Proprietors' records are at the Connecticut State Archives or at the town halls. Later deeds, mortgages, releases, and other related documents were recorded by the town clerk and are at the town halls. Most are indexed by grantor and grantee. There is no statewide index.

The Family History Library and the Connecticut State Library have microfilm copies of many proprietors' and town records from the earliest years to the mid or late 1800s. Some are as recent as the 1900s. They are listed in the Family History Library Catalog under the name of the town. 

References

Internet Sites

  • Research Guide to Connecticut Land Records