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This set of Vermont Wiki pages describes major sources of information about families from Vermont. As you read these pages, also study the [[United States]] Wiki pages, which will help you understand terminology, contents, and uses of genealogical records.  
 
This set of Vermont Wiki pages describes major sources of information about families from Vermont. As you read these pages, also study the [[United States]] Wiki pages, which will help you understand terminology, contents, and uses of genealogical records.  
  
 
=== Records of the Family History Library   ===
 
=== Records of the Family History Library   ===
  
The Family History Library has many of the records listed in this outline. The library’s major holdings include vital, cemetery, census, probate, town records, and local histories.  
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The Family History Library has many of the records listed in this set of Vermont Wiki pages. The library’s major holdings include vital, cemetery, census, probate, town records, and local histories.  
  
Most sources described in this set of Wiki pages list the Family History Library’s book, microfilm, microfiche, and compact disc numbers. These are preceded by FHL, the abbreviation for [[Family History Library]]. You can use these numbers to locate materials in the library and to order microfilm and microfiche at [[Finding a Family History Center|Family History Centers]].
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Most sources described in this set of Wiki pages list the Family History Library’s book, microfilm, microfiche, and compact disc numbers. These are preceded by FHL, the abbreviation for [[Family History Library]]. You can use these numbers to locate materials in the library and to order microfilm and microfiche at the[[Introduction to LDS Family History Centers|Family History Centers]]  
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The Internet is growing in importance to genealogists. Sources found on the Internet are cited in these Wiki pages with their Universal Resource Locator (URL) address.  
 
The Internet is growing in importance to genealogists. Sources found on the Internet are cited in these Wiki pages with their Universal Resource Locator (URL) address.  
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==== FamilySearch™ at Family History Centers  ====
 
==== FamilySearch™ at Family History Centers  ====
  
FamilySearch™ is a collection of computer files containing millions of names. FamilySearch™ is a good place to begin your family history research. Some of the records come from compiled sources, and some have been extracted from original sources. The [[Family History Library|Family History Library]] and many [[Finding a Family History Center|Family History Centers]] have computers with FamilySearch.  
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FamilySearch™ is a collection of computer files containing millions of names. FamilySearch™ is a good place to begin your family history research. Some of the records come from compiled sources, and some have been extracted from original sources. The [[Family History Library|Family History Library]] and many [[Introduction to LDS Family History Centers|Family History Centers]] have computers with FamilySearch.  
  
 
==== FamilySearch™ Internet Genealogy Service  ====
 
==== FamilySearch™ Internet Genealogy Service  ====
  
The web site www.familysearch.org allows you to research your genealogy, order Family History Library publications, learn research strategies, and look for information about your ancestors in the following resources:  
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The web site [http://www.familysearch.org www.familysearch.org] allows you to research your genealogy, order Family History Library publications, learn research strategies, and look for information about your ancestors in the following resources:  
  
 
*[[Ancestral File]], a file of over 35 million names organized into families and pedigrees. International Genealogical Index, an index of over 360 million names extracted out of vital records primarily from the British Isles, North America, and northern Europe.  
 
*[[Ancestral File]], a file of over 35 million names organized into families and pedigrees. International Genealogical Index, an index of over 360 million names extracted out of vital records primarily from the British Isles, North America, and northern Europe.  
*Censuses: 1880 US, 1881 Canada, 1881 British  
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*'''''Censuses:''''' [[United States Census 1880|1880 United States]], [[Canada Census 1881 Index (FamilySearch Historical Records)|1881 Canada]], [[England and Wales 1881 Census Population Schedules|1881 British]] census indexes.
*International Genealogical Index  
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*[[International Genealogical Index (IGI)|International Genealogical Index]], several hundred million names of deceased people from around the world, primarily from birth and marriage records from the 1500s to about 1885. Often includes duplicates.
*Pedigree Resource File  
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*[[Pedigree Resource File|Pedigree Resource File]], a growing database of lineage-linked names submitted by users of the FamilySearch Internet Genealogy Service. Information includes families, pedigrees, genealogical data, notes, sources, and submitters. Submissions are ''not'' merged or corrected.
*US Social Security Death Index  
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*[[Social Security Death Index (SSDI)|U.S. Social Security Death Index]] contains records of deaths for those who had social security numbers and the death was reported starting in 1962.
*Vital Records Index  
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*'''''Vital Records Index''''', primarily birth and marriage information from civil and church records from around the world.
*Search Family History Web Sites
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*[[Introduction to the Family History Library Catalog|Family History Library Catalog]], a description and classification of over 2 million microfilm reels and hundreds of thousands of genealogical books. You can search the catalog by family name, locality, author, or book or film number.
*Family History Library Catalog, a description and classification of over 2 million microfilm reels and hundreds of thousands of genealogical books. You can search the catalog by family name, locality, author, or book or film number.
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=== Family History Library Catalog  ===
 
=== Family History Library Catalog  ===
  
The records of the Family History Library are listed in the Family History Library Catalog available at the library, at each Family History Center, and on the Internet at:
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The records of the Family History Library are listed in the Family History Library Catalog available at the library, at each Family History Center, and on the Internet by [https://familysearch.org/#form=catalog clicking here] To find a record in the Family History Library Catalog, look in the Place Search for:  
 
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<br>To find a record in the Family History Library Catalog, look in the Place Search for:  
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The ''place'' where your ancestor lived, such as:  
 
The ''place'' where your ancestor lived, such as:  
  
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:'''VERMONT '''— MILITARY RECORDS  
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:'''VERMONT, BENNINGTON '''— HISTORY
:'''VERMONT, BENNINGTON, RUPERT'''—VITAL RECORDS <br>
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:'''VERMONT, BENNINGTON, RUPERT '''— VITAL RECORDS <br>
  
 
<br>The ''record type'' you want to search, such as:  
 
<br>The ''record type'' you want to search, such as:  
  
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:UNITED STATES — '''CENSUS'''  
:VERMONT—'''MILITARY RECORDS'''  
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:VERMONT — '''MILITARY RECORDS'''  
:VERMONT, BENNINGTON—'''HISTORY'''  
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:VERMONT, BENNINGTON — '''HISTORY'''  
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[[Category:Vermont|Introduction]]
 
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United States  Gotoarrow.png  Vermont  Gotoarrow.png  Search Strategies

This set of Vermont Wiki pages describes major sources of information about families from Vermont. As you read these pages, also study the United States Wiki pages, which will help you understand terminology, contents, and uses of genealogical records.

Contents

Records of the Family History Library 

The Family History Library has many of the records listed in this set of Vermont Wiki pages. The library’s major holdings include vital, cemetery, census, probate, town records, and local histories.

Most sources described in this set of Wiki pages list the Family History Library’s book, microfilm, microfiche, and compact disc numbers. These are preceded by FHL, the abbreviation for Family History Library. You can use these numbers to locate materials in the library and to order microfilm and microfiche at theFamily History Centers


The Internet is growing in importance to genealogists. Sources found on the Internet are cited in these Wiki pages with their Universal Resource Locator (URL) address.

FamilySearch™

FamilySearch™ at Family History Centers

FamilySearch™ is a collection of computer files containing millions of names. FamilySearch™ is a good place to begin your family history research. Some of the records come from compiled sources, and some have been extracted from original sources. The Family History Library and many Family History Centers have computers with FamilySearch.

FamilySearch™ Internet Genealogy Service

The web site www.familysearch.org allows you to research your genealogy, order Family History Library publications, learn research strategies, and look for information about your ancestors in the following resources:

  • Ancestral File, a file of over 35 million names organized into families and pedigrees. International Genealogical Index, an index of over 360 million names extracted out of vital records primarily from the British Isles, North America, and northern Europe.
  • Censuses: 1880 United States, 1881 Canada, 1881 British census indexes.
  • International Genealogical Index, several hundred million names of deceased people from around the world, primarily from birth and marriage records from the 1500s to about 1885. Often includes duplicates.
  • Pedigree Resource File, a growing database of lineage-linked names submitted by users of the FamilySearch Internet Genealogy Service. Information includes families, pedigrees, genealogical data, notes, sources, and submitters. Submissions are not merged or corrected.
  • U.S. Social Security Death Index contains records of deaths for those who had social security numbers and the death was reported starting in 1962.
  • Vital Records Index, primarily birth and marriage information from civil and church records from around the world.
  • Family History Library Catalog, a description and classification of over 2 million microfilm reels and hundreds of thousands of genealogical books. You can search the catalog by family name, locality, author, or book or film number.

Family History Library Catalog

The records of the Family History Library are listed in the Family History Library Catalog available at the library, at each Family History Center, and on the Internet by clicking here To find a record in the Family History Library Catalog, look in the Place Search for:

The place where your ancestor lived, such as:

UNITED STATES — CENSUS
VERMONT — MILITARY RECORDS
VERMONT, BENNINGTON — HISTORY
VERMONT, BENNINGTON, RUPERT — VITAL RECORDS


The record type you want to search, such as:

UNITED STATES — CENSUS
VERMONT — MILITARY RECORDS
VERMONT, BENNINGTON — HISTORY
VERMONT, BENNINGTON, RUPERT — VITAL RECORDS