Early Connecticut Marriages as Found on Ancient Church Records Prior to 1800, Book 1

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Frederic William Bailey
Bureau of American ancestry, 1896 - Marriage licenses - 140 pages

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Page 3 - And by 1750 to 147, which number by the year 1800 had reached 200. It is to this large but limited number that our attention has been directed. From among these copies of baptisms and marriages have been secured, out of which the following complete records of marriages have been taken. We cannot speak in too...
Page 3 - Windsor, Hartford and Wethersfield. All alike being devoted disciples of Christ, Gospel ministers came also, and at once Christian worship was established and parishes formed.
Page 4 - ... burned or somehow destroyed, possibly carried away and never returned, no one seemingly enough interested to trace and restore them to their proper place.
Page 82 - The second church in the district of Millington 1736. From the Millington Church records.
Page 104 - The first Congregational Church of Woodstock dates from the settlement of the town and the marriage records of the church be>;m with its organization.

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