2 edition of Genealogical records on Connecticut in the Civil War found in the catalog.
Genealogical records on Connecticut in the Civil War
Sherman Lee Pompey
by S.L. Pompey in Albany, Or. (725 S.E. Davidson, Apt. 30, Albany 97321)
Written in English
|Statement||by Sherman Lee Pompey.|
|LC Classifications||E494 .P635 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| leaves ;|
|LC Control Number||84242826|
Beth Foulk, Civil War Genealogical Research, 46 min. Jean Hibben, Civil War Research: Learning about Your Union Veteran Ancestor, 51 min. David Lambert, Identifying Civil War Ancestors in Your Family, 9 min. Russell Lynch, U.S. Military Records: Civil War, 35 min. States and Regiments in the Civil War [edit | edit source]. CIVIL WAR SOLDIERS OF BRANFORD AND NORTH BRANFORD ARE BROUGHT TO LIFE THROUGH PERSONAL ACCOUNTS, LETTERS, ILLUSTRATIONS, AND PHOTOGRAPHS. In this book, Branford, Connecticut's Town Historian Jane Bouley has compiled the military service records and biographical histories of nearly soldiers, using pension records, original letters, diaries, regimental histories, cemetery records, family Author: Jane Peterson Bouley.
Maps, Names, Records, Historical, Genealogical and Biographical information ~~~~~ As primary source material, these books are, without question, the most complete and impartial documentation on the American Civil War. They provide a foundation for serious research into virtually every aspect of the Rating: % positive. The Connecticut GenWeb Project, Part of The USGenWeb Project. East Norwich, Connecticut listings of local sources for records, county and state histories, online genealogy books, research tips, maps, and links to helpful internet resources. You'll even find transcribed records online, accessible for free from the comfort of your.
Records and copies are available. Tuesday - Friday 10 a.m. - 12 noon, 1 p.m. - 4 p.m. and by appointment Town Offices Salisbury Town Hall P.O. Box 27 Main Street Salisbury, CT () The Salisbury Town Hall, established in , has birth, marriage and death records, local histories and land records. Records and copies are. (R,,qA2c). These books are indexed in the Local History and Genealogy card files and contain only the locations of graves and the graves of immediate family members. These volumes are also indexed in the Revised Master Index to the DAR Genealogical Records Volumes, Book 2 (R,,qD23m).
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During the Civil War, Connecticut rai men for the Union. Their records can be found in state records shown on this page, unit records which may be found on the military unit pages (see below for links), or federal records.
For ideas on how to begin searching for your Civil War ancestor, see Beginning United States Civil War Research. Connecticut Civil War books and records for family history and genealogy research.
Products Sort By Product ↑ Product ↓ Price ↑ Price ↓ Default ↑ Default ↓ Sales ↑. Connecticut Statewide Online Genealogy Records This chart shows links to statewide collections. To find links to collections for lower jurisdictions (such as a county or town), go to Locating Online Databases., and can be searched free of charge at your local family history center or the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Online Civil War Indexes, Records and RostersA Genealogy Guide General Civil War Records Websites. The Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System indexes about million Civil War soldiers ; An alternate version of this database can be found at FamilySearch here: United States Civil War Soldiers Index Ancestry's Civil War Collection (requires payment) includes.
Published service records were created for Connecticut men in the Civil War. This work and another have been digitized and are linked below. Many Civil War records can also be found through the Fold3 website, including an index to United States Pension Files that are available at the National Archives in Washington, D.C.
The volume Barbour Collection of Connecticut Town Vital Records published by the between and and covering Connecticut towns, is a reliable transcription of the original Barbour Index.
These books are available in paperback and electronic editions. During the American Civil War, every few weeks to every few months depending on the unit, usually at the company level, soldiers' names were recorded on muster rolls. Beginning in the s General Ainsworth's staff in the Department of the Army indexed these records originally to determine who was eligible for a pension.
Connecticut Archives: War of (selected papers, ) Family History Library Connecticut Civil War newspapers Connecticut State Library. Connecticut Historical Society Collections (various historical records including lists of soldiers) Ancestry. Connecticut Men in the Revolutionary War and the War of Ancestry.
Connecticut Genealogy is being developed as a genealogical and historical resource for your personal use. It contains information and records for Connecticut ancestry, family history, and genealogy.
Specifically, it provides sources for birth records, death records, marriage records, census records, tax records, court records, and military records.
Windham County, Connecticut, County Court Records, Abstracts of Volume 2, Connecticut State Library Archives (Source: Heritage Books) ($) Directories (10) Estate Records. Connecticut Wills and Probate Records, includes Windham County (Source: Explore Ancestry for free) ($). Connecticut at the beginning of the war.
Before the Civil War, Connecticut residents such as Leonard Bacon, Simeon Baldwin, Horace Bushnell, Prudence Crandall, Jonathan Edwards (the younger) and Harriet Beecher Stowe, were active in the abolitionist movement, and towns such as Farmington and Middletown were stops along the Underground Railroad.
Slavery in Connecticut had been gradually. The War of between Britain and the United States confirmed the separate existence of the United States and the future Canada.
See the Wiki article, Connecticut in the War offor information concerning military records, histories, links to relevant web sites, etc. for Connecticut. There are helpful nationwide records for soldiers of the War of U.S.
Civil War Soldier Records and Profiles; U.S. Civil War Soldiers, ; Official records of the Union and Confederate Armies, ; Official Army register of the volunteer force of the United States Army,Parts ; My diary in America in the midst of war, Vols.
; My diary, North and South, Vols. Published service records were created for Connecticut men in the Revolution. This work has been digitized and is linked below. Also check the indexes which are linked below to the "Connecticut Archives" under the topics Militia and Revolutionary War.
Family Search has recently digitized microfilm of the original records. Records are available for Civil War veterans at NARA for all branches of service.
You'll learn how these records can assist you in your genealogical research. You'll also learn how these records can be used to write your veteran's war sketch, or regimental history while he served.
Trumbull Public Library. 33 Quality Street. Trumbull, CT Connecticut Civil War Genealogy & history books. Everyday discount prices and great customer service.
Search + Genealogy books, CDs, and maps. Please see the History & Genealogy Access Archives and Secured Collections guide for procedures. The following databases are available: • Civil War – Connecticut Colored Troop Enlistments, Index to African-American and non-white minority troop enlistments from Connecticut during the Civil War.
The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol includes Records of Farmington, CT (Source: Heritage Books) ($) Some Early Records and Documents of and Relating to the Town of Windsor, Connecticut, (Source: Genealogical Publishing Company and Clearfield Company) ($).
Description. One of the richest and scarcest publications in all of Connecticut genealogy, this four-volume work boasts detailed genealogical and biographical essays on some 1, families of the Constitution State who were well established in Connecticut at the time of the book.
Tax Records at the National Archives, Narations blog post from Sept. More on Tax Records at the National Archives, Narations blog post from Oct. Federal Direct Tax Records for Connecticut, Prologue article, from Spring Income Tax Records of the Civil War Years, Prologue article, from Winter.
We recently acquired the Connecticut Adjutant General’s records of clothing provided to soldiers serving in the Connecticut Volunteers during the Civil War. The Regiments are 1st Cavalry, 1st Heavy Artillery, 2nd Heavy Artillery, 7th Infantry, 8th Infantry, 10th Infantry, 11th Infantry, 15th Infantry and the .Inthe Connecticut National Guard published a summary of the events of each unit’s service during the Civil war in 38 chapters, entitled "RECORD OF SERVICE OF CONNECTICUT MEN IN THE WAR OF REBELLION, TO ".The following are copies of segments of that history.Connecticut Department of Public Health: Holds records of births, marriages, civil unions, and deaths from 01 July For earlier records, contact the Clerk of the town where the event occurred.
Records may also be requested from the Clerk of the town where the event occurred. For more information on ordering, see the Vital Records page.