Talk:Connecticut, United States Genealogy
Just for the record, I really dislike scroll maps which are much more difficult to use than clicking to get to a larger map, or simply hovering to see hard to read county names. It would be SO MUCH EASIER without the scroll map. Did I mention that scroll maps are as ugly as sin? Too bad you broke this map by turning it into scroll map. It sets a horrible precedent. Soon we will think scrolling is the solution to almost every problem. DiltsGD 03:26, 11 December 2010 (UTC)
OLD INFO FOR DANIELLE TO INTEGRATE ON OTHER PAGES
Connecticut Society of Genealogists' Events
- CT wills are filed by probate districts
- State probate index on microfilm
- CT land records were kept by town clerks and are found at the town halls
FamilySearch Catalog has information for Connecticut researchers. It includes information about early New England settlers (1600s-1800s), Records of the Particular Court of Connecticut, (1639-1663), bible records and a multitude of other information valuable to the genealogist.
- Colonial Connecticut Records 1636-1776 has full text searchable digital images.
- The New England Historic Genealogical Society has many important Connecticut manuscript collections.
- Connecticut Genealogy offers databases, transcribed records, and a social network for Connecticut researchers.
A "must read" concerning the addition of vital records: Connecticut Vital Records General Statutes
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