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  • ​ Vermont residents can research Vermont birth, marriage, and death records from 1909-2008 on Ancestry.com for free

       if they first sign up for a MyVermont.gov account.  

  •  A comprehensive, categorized list of links to genealogical research sites online.

  • The largest genealogy organization in the world, maintained by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

  • A research-sharing database of information submitted by genealogists.  Sister site of Find-a-Grave.

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  • ​A large library of genealogy resources, plus classes and research help. 

  • Databases and indexes for the Vermont State Archives, plus links to other Vermont archives.  You can find resources that were born digital at VT Re.tain.

  • A vast collection of family and town histories from around New England, published vital records, transcriptions of Vermont cemeteries, and more.

  • ​Offers research help and resources.  Find their Genealogy resources here.

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Search Tips (from FamilySearch)

  1. What do you already know? Talk to other family members. Use a form and start filling in the information. Several types of forms are available here.

  2. What else do you want to know? It can be helpful to pick one person to research.

  3. Where to look? Decide where your answers are likely to be found. Try published family histories, censuses, local histories, and vital records.

  4. Contact a library, government office, or internet site that may give you this information. Make notes of who you contacted, when, and what information you found.

  5. Add the new information to your pedigree chart, family group record and personal and family history notes.

Resources at the Kellogg-Hubbard

Our Vermont collection includes reference books on Vermont history, some local histories and directories, rosters of Vermonters who served in wars, some census indexes and some local cemetery materials.

 

The Kellogg-Hubbard has several books on how to conduct genealogical research, both general and specific to Vermont. In our catalog, enter "genealogy" and search by subject to see what's available.

Genealogy Resources

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