The Barbour Collection of Connecticut Town Vital Records: Colchester, 1699-1850; Colebrook, 1779-1810; Columbia, 1804-1852; Cornwall, 1740-1854, Volume 7

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Genealogical Publishing Com, Jun 1, 2009 - Reference - 412 pages
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The Barbour Collection of Connecticut Town Vital Records at the Connecticut State Library in Hartford covers 137 towns and comprises 14,333 typed pages. This magnificent collection of birth, marriage, and death records to about 1850 was the life work of General Lucius Barnes Barbour, Connecticut Examiner of Public Records from 1911 to 1934.

In 2002, the Genealogical Publishing Company, under the General Editorship of Lorraine White, completed its transcription of the Barbour Collectionin 55 paperback volumes. As several of the volumes in the Barbour series are now out of stock, we have begun the process of reprinting those books so that the entire series can be available to our customers.

Volume 7 is a transcription of the vital records of the towns of Colchester, Colebrook, Columbia, and Cornwall, and it contains the birth, marriage, and death records of about 40,000 individuals. Entries are in strict alphabetical order by town and give, routinely, name, date of event, names of parents, names of children, names of both spouses, and items such as age, occupation, and residence.
 

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Contents

COLCHESTER VITAL RECORDS 1699 1850
1
COLEBROOK VITAL RECORDS 1779 1810
251
COLUMBIA VITAL RECORDS 1804 1852
261
CORNWALL VITAL RECORDS 1740 1854
285
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