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Genealogy Research in New London County, Connecticut

Are you just beginning your ancestry research in Connecticut? Why not hire a professional genealogist to assist you
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The records collection of the Family History
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Many people are unaware that many important records which are crucial to their family tree search cannot be
  found online. Many New London County records, for example, are only available to researchers who physically visit
  repositories at the local level in Connecticut, at the federal level
  in Washington, D.C., or at the LDS Family History Library in Utah,
  and are not readily available on the internet. Our genealogy researchers have access to all of these records and are ready to
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 military records, and land deeds are not available online and can
only be obtained by mailing research requests to places like local public libraries or cemeteries, or by visiting the LDS Family History Library
 in Utah. These records are critical to any comprehensive ancestry
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New London County, Connecticut Genealogy Resources

Are you just beginning your ancestry research in New London County, CT? Our expert research team has put
 together some helpful links and resources to help you get started with your project. Many of the New London
County
resources listed on this page are often used by our genealogists to locate important records like birth
 certificates, obituaries, court records, marriage certificates, land deeds, and family histories.

Cemeteries

6 Cemeteries in Stonington, CT

Ancient Burial Ground – Stonington, CT

Ancient Grave Yard at Lebanon

Bennet Cemetery – Stonington, CT (Part I)

Bennet Cemetery – Stonington, CT (Part II)

Bennet Cemetery – Stonington, CT (Part III)

Cemeteries of New London County, Connecticut - Interment.net

Cemetery Records, Vol. 14  - Family History Archive

Chestnut Hill Cemetery – Colchester, CT

Colchester Burying Ground – Colchester, CT

Cranston Cemetery – Stonington, CT

Day Cemetery – Colchester, CT

Duck River Cemetery - Old Lyme, CT

Epodunk - New London County, CT Cemeteries

Find a Grave - New London County, CT Cemeteries

Hallam Cemetery – Stonington, CT

Helme Cemetery – Stonington, CT

Hempsted Cemetery – Stonington, CT

Hillard Cemetery – Stonington, CT

Inscriptions from the Burying-Ground in Norwich, CT

John Wheeler Cemetery – Stonington, CT

Jonathan Wheeler Cemetery – Stonington, CT

Kenney Cemetery – Colchester, CT

Linwood Cemetery – Colchester, CT

Lyme Cemeteries - Hale Collection

New London County Cemetery Records – The Hale Collection

New London County Cemetery Transcription & Photo Project

Newton-Ranson Cemetery - Colchester/Salem, CT

The Old Burying Ground – Colchester, CT

Palmer Cemetery - Colchester, CT

Paul Wheeler Cemetery - Stonington, CT

The Political Graveyard - New London County, CT

Ponemah Cemetery – Colchester, CT

Ponemah Cemetery Burials – Colchester, CT

Saint Andrew Cemetery  - Colchester, CT 

Scott Hill Cemetery – Colchester, CT

Stanton-Hull Cemetery – Stonington, CT

Starr Burying Ground – Groton, CT

The Stone Records of Groton, CT  

Stonington Cemeteries  - The Hale Collection

Wells Cemetery – Colchester, CT

Westchester Cemetery – Westchester, CT

Westchester Cemetery – Colchester, CT (A-D  Surnames)

Westchester Cemetery – Colchester, CT (E-O  Surnames)

Westchester Cemetery – Colchester, CT (P-Z  Surnames)

Worthington Cemetery – Colchester, CT

Census Records

Connecticut Census Records - CensusFinder.com

1800 Census of New London County, CT - Ancestry.com

1810 Census of New London County, CT - Ancestry.com

1820 Census of New London County, CT - Ancestry.com

1830 Census of New London County, CT - Ancestry.com

1840 Census of New London County, CT - Ancestry.com

1850 Census of New London County, CT - Ancestry.com

1860 Census of New London County, CT - Ancestry.com

1870 Census of New London County, CT - Ancestry.com

1880 Census of New London County, CT - Ancestry.com

1880 Census of New London County, CT - FamilySearch.org

1910 Census of New London County, CT - Ancestry.com

1920 Census of New London County, CT - Ancestry.com

1930 Census of New London County, CT - Ancestry.com

Church Records

First Congregational Church of Preston, Connecticut, 1698-1898

City Directories

Names of the First Settlers of Norwich in 1660

New London, Connecticut 1870-71 Residential Directory

Norwich, Connecticut 1913 City Directory

Stonington, New London Co., CT - 1670 Inhabitants

Court Records

Livingston's Law Register 1851 - New London County, CT

History

History of Eastern Connecticut - Family History Archive

History of New London, Connecticut: From the First Survey of the Coast in 1612 to 1860

History of New London County, Connecticut 1882

A Modern History of New London County, Connecticut

New London County, Connecticut - Wikipedia.org

New London County, Connecticut History - NewEnglandTowns.org

National Register of Historical Places - New London County, CT

Records and Papers of the New London County Historical Society

Immigration and Naturalization Records

New London County, Connecticut Migrations Project

Land Records

A Deed Between The Proprietors, Saybrook, New London Co., CT

Division of Land at Pataconk by The Proprietors, Saybrook, New London Co., CT

Indenture, Saybrook - Potopauge Quarter & Oyster River Quarter – 1730-1731

Libraries, Museums, and Archives

Blue Slope Country Museum – Franklin, CT

The Connecticut College Archives - New London, CT

Connecticut Historical Society Library - Hartford, CT

Connecticut State Library - Hartford, CT

Denison Homestead Museum -  Mystic, Connecticut

East Lyme Public Library – East Lyme, CT

Florence Griswold Museum - Old Lyme, CT

Governor Jonathan Trumbull House & Museum

The Indian and Colonial Research Center

Jonathan Trumbull Jr. House Museum - Lebanon, CT

The Leffingwell House Museum – Norwich, CT

The Linda Lear Center for Special Collections and Archives - Connecticut College

Mashantucket Pequot Museum and Research Center - Mashantucket, CT

Mystic Seaport Museum of America and the Sea - Mystic, CT

New London County Public Libraries

Norwich Genealogy - City of Norwich, CT

The O'Neill Monte Cristo Cottage - New London, CT

The Shaw-Perkins Mansion - New London, CT

The Stanton-Davis Homestead Museum – Stonington, CT

U. S. Coast Guard Museum – New London, CT

Military Records

1840 Census of Pensioners New London County, Connecticut

Muster Roll of the 3rd Regiment, Connecticut Volunteer Infantry

New London County, Connecticut World War II Casualties Army and Air Force

The Norwich Memorial; The Annals of Norwich, New London County, Connecticut

Revolutionary War Soldiers of Griswold

Obituaries

The Day, New London, CT - Obituaries

Norwich Bulletin - Obituaries


Obituary Index - New London County, CT

Societies

Anna Warner Bailey Chapter - National Society Daughters of the American Revolution

Captain Nathan Hale Branch - National Society Sons of the American Revolution

Denison Society - Mystic, Connecticut

Faith Trumbull Chapter, Norwich, CT - National Society Daughters of the American Revolution

Governor Jonathan Trumbull Chapter, Lebanon, CT - National Society Daughters of the American Revolution

Governor Samuel Huntington Branch - National Society Sons of the American Revolution

Griswold Historical Society - Griswold, CT

Lebanon Historical Society - Lebanon, CT

Lucretia Shaw Chapter - National Society Daughters of the American Revolution

Mystic River Historical Society – Mystic, CT

Nathan Hale Memorial Chapter - National Society Daughters of the American Revolution

New London County Historical Societies

New London County Historical Society

New London Maritime Society

North Stonington Historical Society – North Stonington, CT

The Norwich Historical Society – Norwich, CT

Rose City Genealogy Club – Norwich, CT

Sprague Historical Society – Baltic, CT

The Stonington Historical Society – Stonington, CT

Waterford Historical Society – Waterford, CT

Tax Lists

Grand List of the North Society of Preston Extracted from Griswold - A History

Rate Bill for The North Parish of Lebanon, (Now Columbia), Conn., For the Year 1741

Vital Records

Birth, Marriage, and Death Certificates - Connecticut Department of Health

Births extracted from Lyme Town Records (A-M Surnames)

Births extracted from Lyme Town Records (N-Z Surnames)

Bozrah Marriages - Connecticut Genealogy Trails

  Colchester CT Death Records 1866, 1867, 1896

Colchester Vital Records

Colchester Marriages - Connecticut Genealogy Trails

Deaths Extracted from Lyme Town Records

Franklin Marriages - Connecticut Genealogy Trails

Griswold Marriages - Connecticut Genealogy Trails

Griswold - Preston, CT 2nd Church in Preston (now Griswold) Marriage Records to 1800

Ledyard, New London Co., CT, Vital Records from Barbour, 1739 - 1854

Lisbon, CT Vital Records  1786-1848

Marriages - 1st Church, Lyme, New London Co., CT

Marriages Extracted from Lyme Town Records (Brides)

Marriages Extracted from Lyme Town Records (Grooms)

Marriages from First Congregational Church, Lebanon, New London Co., CT (Bride Index)

Marriages from First Congregational Church, Lebanon, New London Co., CT (Groom Index)

New London County, CT Vital Records - VitalRec.com

New London County, Connecticut Marriage Records Archive

Click Below to Learn More about Your Connecticut Genealogy

County
Formation Date
County Seat
Parent County
Fairfield County
1666
Bridgeport
Original county
Hartford County
1666
Hartford
Original county
Litchfield County
1751
Litchfield Fairfield and Hartford
Middlesex County
1785
Middletown
Hartford and New Haven
New Haven County
1666
New Haven Original county
New London County
1666
New London Original county
Tolland County
1785
Rockville
Windham
Windham County
1726
Willimantic
New London

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