Vermont, United States Genealogy
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Green Mountain State
Most unique genealogical features:
Click on the map below to go to a county page. Hover over a county to see its name. To see a larger version of the map, click here.
Migration RoutesChambly Canal · Champlain Canal · Connecticut River · Erie Canal · Hudson River · Lake Champlain
- Vermont Probate Files, 1791-1919 were added to FamilySearch Record Search. More than 200,000 images are currently available.
- Vermont Land Records, Early to 1900 images are available online at FamilySearch Record Search.
- VTGenWeb Project provides county information about formation date, parent county, county seat, bibliography, cemeteries, census, churches, towns, history, look ups, obituaries, queries, repositories, surname registry, and many Internet links.
- Vermont Trails to the Past is a small links-repository mostly to maps.
- County Creation Dates and Divisions showing dates they were created or renamed and counties created from older counties.
- BYU Vermont Research Outline largely duplicates these Wiki pages. Includes some bibliographic lists from BYU Library, 2001.
Did You Know?
- Before 1900 the largest religious groups in Vermont were the Baptist, Congregational, Episcopal, Methodist, and Roman Catholic churches. For a list of churches in Vermont, see John Gordon Melton’s National Directory of Churches, Synagogues and Other Houses of Worship in United States Church Records.
- State, county, and town histories often contain biographical sketches of local citizens, including important genealogical information. This may be one of the best sources of information for some families.
Things you can do
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