New Haven, Vermont
New Haven Vermont was chartered on November 2, 1761. Although chartered in 1761, the town remained an unbroken wilderness until 1769. New Haven is located between Middlebury to the South, Vergennes to the North and Bristol to the East. Current population estimate is about 1800.  
- New Haven, a Rural Historical Town of Vermont: Oration by Hon. J.B. Grinnell - view digital copy of this book online.
- New Haven in Vermont, 1761-1983, by Harold Farnsworth and Robert H Rodgers - find this book in a library.
FamilySearch Historical Records Collection has Vermont birth, death, and marriage records online.
The probate district for New Haven is Addison.
Addison Probate Court
7 Mahady Court
Middlebury, VT 05753
Phone: (802) 388-2612
The following is a list of cemeteries in present-day New Haven. For location of cemeteries, see Cemeteries of Vermont, Addison County, website at this link.
- Evergreen Cemetery - inscriptions found at Find A Grave site.
- Everts Cemetery (lso known as: Burnham Cemetery) - inscriptions at Find A Grave site
- Munger Street Cemetery - inscriptions found at Find a Grave site.
- Riverside Cemetery - inscriptions found at Find a Grave site.
- West Cemetery - inscriptions found at Find A Grave site.
Town Clerk Vital and Town Records, 1784-1948, can be found on FamilySearch (browse only images).
The Family History Library has microfilm of original records from the New Haven Town Clerk's Office. These include Town and vital records of New Haven, Vermont, 1784-1998, and Deeds, 1786-1857; index 1786-1940.
New Haven Town Clerk
78 North Street
New Haven, Vermont 05472
Phone: (802) 453-3516
Libraries and Historical Societies
New Haven Community Library
8 North Street , Suite 2
New Haven, VT 05472
Phone: (802) 453-4015
- New Haven, VT History http://www.virtualvermont.com/towns/newhaven.html#about
- History of the Town of New Haven, VT http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~vermont/AddisonNewHaven.html