Information on the collected family history of individuals or surnames which derive from Connecticut.

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"Hartford" Stanley Families
Genealogical site for descendants of John, Timothy and Thomas Stanley of Hartford.
Brainerd-Brainard Genealogy
Lineages, mail list and queries board for descendants of Daniel Brainerd.
Connecticut Patriots Genealogy
Descendants of Josiah Cowles, Titus Hart, John Kilbourne and Abijah Morehouse, all of whom fought in the American Revolution.
Descendants of Deacon Paul Peck
Documentation of nine generations, starting from 1639.
Descendants of Governor John Webster, I
Family lineage from 1590 as submitted by Dorothy Ann Schneider.
Descendants of Henry Bristol of New Haven
Resources for members of the Bristol Family.
Descendants of Peter Brown of Windsor
Nine generations documented, starting from 1632.
Descendants of Rev. Thomas Hooker
Documentation of several generations of the founding father of Hartford.
Descendants of Stephen Hart of Farmington, CT
This site focuses on Deacon Stephen Hart, who emigrated from England and settle in Farmington, CT before 1650. All of his descendants, throughout North America and the world may be identified here, if we know about them.
The Griswold Family Association
Includes genealogical information and resources on Griswold places, things and people.
Jerome Family Genealogy
Descendants of Thomas Jefferson Jerome, born in Hartford in 1800.
Magner Census 1900
Transcription of census information for the Magners who lived in Connecticut at that time.
Pane-Joyce Report
Ancestor tables, family lists, surname index and sources for a large number of surnames.
Parmalees in the Civil War from Connecticut
Transcript of microfilm CT 0982124, Record of Connecticut Men in the War of Rebellion 1861-1865.
Stancliff Family
Extracts from "The Descendants of James Stanclift of Middletown, Connecticut and Allied Families".
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