Vital records contain essential genealogical information - birth, marriage, and death dates. Vital records information may also appear in such secondary sources as church, court, military, and probate records; census schedules; city directories; newspapers; pension applications; and tombstone inscriptions.
The W.E.B. Du Bois Library's collection is especially rich in Massachusetts resources and also includes some vital records from other states, Canada, and Europe.
colonists: Windsor 1635-1703 - Holbrook, Jay Mack
Call Number: F 104 W7 H65 1986
History of ancient Woodbury, Connecticut, from the first Indian deed in 1659 including the present towns of Washington, Southbury, Bethlem, Roxbury, and a part of Oxford and Middlebury - Cothren, William
Call Number: F 104 W88 C6 1871 Volumes 1-3
History of Durham, Connecticut, from the first grant of land in 1662 to 1866 - Fowler, William Chauncey
Call Number: F 104 D9 F7
History of Simsbury, Granby, and Canton: from 1642 to 1845 - Phelps, Noah A.
Call Number: Special Collections F 104 S61 P53
History of Stamford, Connecticut, 1641-1868, including Darien until 1820 - Huntington, E. B.
Call Number: F 104 S8 H9 1979
Vital records of Bolton to 1854 and Vernon to 1852
Call Number: F 104 B55 B5
Vital records of New Haven, 1649-1850
Call Number: F 104 N6 N66
Vital records of Norwich, 1659-1848
Call Number: F 104 N93 N68 Volumes 1-2