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Connecticut Census Notes

Colonial Connecticut Census Records include:

Grain Inventory for Hartford, Wethersfield and Windsor.  It lists the head of household, number of family members and how many bushels of grain each family owned.

The 1670 Connecticut census is a reconstructed census substitute.  It was created by using tax, land, church, freeman and probate records for years 1667-1673.  It lists approximately 2300 individuals.

Other early Connecticut census records include 1756, 1762, 1774 and 1776. These statistical censuses really don't offer much help to genealogy researchers.

Connecticut state census records are lacking.  There are a few... 1779, 1782, 1798 direct tax documents and an 1821 school census for Glastonbury but most of censuses will not be very helpful to those doing genealogical research. See: More detailed early census information.

The Connecticut Military Census Records of 1917 can be a useful tool in genealogy research for this time period. See: 1917 Connecticut Military Census.

Federal Connecticut census records include census years: 1790, 1800, 1810, 1820, 1830, 1840, 1850, 1860, 1870, 1880, 1900, 1910, 1920 & 1930.  These are all available to the public. See 1790-1940 Census Collection at Ancestry.

1890 Connecticut Federal census records were completely destroyed in a 1921 warehouse fire. See A Fire Destroyed The 1890 Census & Bridging the 1890 Census Gap

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Statewide Connecticut Census Records Online

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CT Census Records Online by County

Middlesex County (formed 1785 from Hartford, New Haven & New London)

Middlesex County USGenWeb    Middlesex County Message Board

1775 Military Census Return for Middlesex County

1777-1779 Military Census Return for Middlesex County

1781 Military Census Return for Middlesex County

1783 Military Census Return for Middlesex County

1790 Federal Census Index - Surnames A-M

1790 Federal Census Index - Surnames N-Y

1790 Federal Census Records Transcription for Chatham

1790 Federal Census Records Transcription for East Haddam

1790 Federal Census Records Transcription for Haddam

1790 Federal Census Records Transcription for Killingworth

1810 Federal Census Index - Surnames A-M

1810 Federal Census Index - Surnames N-Y

1790 Federal Census Records Transcription for Middletown

1840 Census of Revolutionary War Pensioners

1850 Federal Census Index of Durham

1850 Federal Census Records Transcription of Durham Pages 295A-303A

1850 Federal Census Records Transcription of Durham Pages 304A-307A

1870 Federal Census Index of Durham

1870 Federal Census Records Transcription of Durham Pages 93A-99A

1870 Federal Census Records Transcription of Durham Pages 99B-105A

1870 Federal Census Records Transcription of Durham Pages 105B-106B

Other Records

1670 Proprietors in Middletown

1747 Grand Levy in Middlefield

 

         *Middlesex County Vital Records

 


New Haven County (formed 1666 - Original County)

New Haven Co. USGenWeb    New Haven Co. Message Board    New Haven Co. Towns

1667 Census Records

1669 Census Records

1790 Census Records of Branford

1790 Federal Census Index of New Haven Twp

1790 Federal Census Records Transcription of New Haven Twp

1800 Census Records of Branford

1810 Census Records of Branford

1840 Census of Revolutionary War Pensioners

Other Records

1673-1761 Early Proprietors of Waterbury

1685 Early Proprietors of New Haven

1730-1783 Tax Payers of Waterbury

1852-1853 Church Membership of South Congregational Church in New Haven

1852-1864 Church Membership of First Universalist Church in New Haven

East Haven Old Stone Church Historic Membership Lists

First Settlers List of Branford

Colonial Pre 1790 Tax / Quit Rent / Oath of allegiance / Census Index

 

         *New Haven County Vital Records

 


New London (formed 1666 - Original County)

New London Co. USGenWeb    New London Co. Message Board    New London Co. Towns

1840 Census of Revolutionary War Pensioners

1850 Federal Census Records Transcription for Town of Franklin

1850 Federal Census Records Transcription for Town of Lebanon

1860 Federal Census Index - Surnames A-B

1860 Federal Census Index - Surnames C-E

1860 Federal Census Index - Surnames F-L

1860 Federal Census Index - Surnames M-Q

1860 Federal Census Index - Surnames R-V

1860 Federal Census Index - Surnames W-Z

1860 Federal Census Transcription for E. Lyme

1860 Federal Census Transcription for Lyme

1860 Federal Census Transcription for Old Lyme

1861 Census of Mohegan Indian Reservation

1870 Federal Census - Extraction of Indians in Montville

1880 Federal Census - Extraction of Indians in Montville

1900 Federal Census - Extraction of Indians in Montville

1910 Federal Census - Extraction of Indians in Montville

1920 Federal Census - Extraction of Indians in Montville

Other New London County Records

1660 First Settlers of Norwich

1670 Inhabitants of Stonington

1741 Tax List for Lebanon

1777-1781 Revolutionary War Soldiers of Groton

1874-1875 School Registry for Sprague

1931 Report of Members of Pequot Indian Tribe

New London County Research - Excellent research site for county records.

 

         *New London County Vital Records

 


Tolland County (formed 1785 from Windham)

Tolland County USGenWeb  Tolland County Message Board  Tolland Co. Towns

1790 Federal Census Records - Surnames A-J

1790 Federal Census Records - Surnames K-Y

1790 Federal Census Index Images

1790 Federal Census Records Transcription

1790 Federal Census Records Transcription for Tolland

1790 Federal Census Images for Somers

1840 Census of Revolutionary War Pensioners

1850 Federal Census Records Transcription of Somers Twp.

1930 Federal Census Records - Heads of Households in Stafford

Other Records

1713 Petition for Township with signers

1738 - 1803 Freemen of Coventry

1758 Military Roll for Tolland

Biographies of Early Windham & Tolland County Residents

Coventry Revolutionary War Records

Hebron - History and First Settlers

Index of Names from "Images of America Vernon and Historic Rockwell"

Index of Names from "Changing Times in Ellington Village"

 

         *Tolland County Vital Records

 


Windham County (formed 1726 from Hartford & New London)

Windham County USGenWeb   Windham County Message Board   Windham Co. Towns

1790 Federal Census of Windham County

1840 Census of Revolutionary War Pensioners

Other Records

Index to Book "1874 History of Windham County"

1889 Biographical Sketches for Windham County

Biographies of Early Windham & Tolland County Residents

Canterbury - 1711-1853 Membership Lists of 1st Congregational Church.

Plainfield Early Settlers

Woodstock Early Settlers

 

         *Windham County Vital Records

 


 

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