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Research
Chronicling America - The Burlington Free Press Weekly digitized    Search America's historic newspaper pages from 1836-1922 or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Library of Congress
LinkPendium - Vermont Resources    This link connects you to a multitude of research materials for Vermont. From LinkPendium's home page you may access links to genealogy materials for other states, American Samoa,the Virgin Islands and a beta side for the United Kingdom and Ireland.
Linkpendium's goal is to index every genealogy, family history, family tree, surname, vital records, biography, or otherwise genealogically-related site on the Internet. It is being developed by Karen Isaacson and Brian (Wolf) Leverich, founders of the extremely popular RootsWeb genealogical community site
RootsWeb - Vermont Resources     This link will bring you to the Vermont RootsWeb page. RootsWeb is a free genealogy site that holds the largest selection of free genealogy resources available on the Web.
Vermont Genealogy    Vermont Genealogy is being developed as a genealogical and historical resource for your personal use. While the original thought was to provide this website as a resource for finding genealogy and historical data concerning Vermont on the web, the developers have begun adding specific data to this site for your personal use.
Vermont Genealogy Resource Center     Vermont section of AccessGenealogy website. This free website is one of the largest directories of genealogy websites found online and includes Native American genealogical data.
Vermont Northeast Kingdon Genealogy    Over 400 webpages of information throughout Vermont - CEMETERIES of NE Kingdom and some entries for Quebec and Addison, Washington and Chittenden counties & miscellaneous areas; US CENSUS reports for NE Kingdom; CHURCH RECORDS for NE Kingdom & a few other counties; NEWSPAPER NOTICES (Death, Marriage, Probate) for NE Kingdom & a few other areas. Birth records are included for some areas.

Database
Cemeteries of Vermont    This website links to lists of cemeteries for Vermont counties; many of the cemeteries listed have links to tombstone transcriptions and to topographical maps. Links are also provided for Northwest New Hampshire (Coos and Grafton Counties, only) and to Cemeteries of the Eastern Townships of Quebec Canada.
Find a Grave – Cemeteries in Chittenden County    This website includes information for more than 120 cemeteries in Chittenden County. Links are provided to individual cemetery records and users are either presented with a link to view a list of interments or a search function (firstlast name) to locate information on individual graves. Some cemetery records include photos of grave markers.
Genealogy trails - Town Clerk Records 1789-1833 by Melissa Stodgell     Burlington, Vermont Town Clerk's Marriage Records
1789-1833 - Contributed by Melissa Stodgell [Source: Vermont Marriages, Vol 1, Montpelier, Burlington, Berlin, Berlington, 1903].
St Monica's Cemetery Lot Listing - Barre, VT    Alphabetical listing of those interred in the St Monica's cemetery.
Vermont Genealogy - Vermont Vital Records Information    This site contains a searchable list of Vermont vital records.
Vermont In The Civil War    A grassroots project documenting the story of the State's contributions to the war, and what happened to the participants during and after the war.
Vermont Obituary Website    This website allows you to search for and review Vermont obituaries.

Society
Genealogical Society of Vermont    Founded in 1971, the Genealogical Society of Vermont is dedicated to assisting genealogists everywhere who are researching their Vermont ancestry.
Vermont Historical Society    The Vermont Historical Society, located in Montpelier, includes exhibits and information documenting Vermont's history from the time of the Abenaki to the beginning of the 21st century. Their genealogical research library is located at the Vermont History Center in Barre.

History
Chittenden County Robertson's Lease    A history of Chittenden County, Vermont transcribed, with little editing, from the source, "The Vermont Historical Gazetteer".
Lake Champlain Place-Names    Provides information about the origin of the names of placesareas in the Lake Champlain region. In some cases some historical data is included
Rootsweb Vermont Gateway    Collection of information from a variety of sources including a HISTORY OF VERMONT and it's counties; VERMONT LORE-tales of life in Vermont, BIOGRAPHIES, IMAGES FROM THE PAST (photographs); CEMETERIES OF VERMONT-including a list of those buried; Historical BUSINESS DIRECTORIES, HALL OF RECORDS - Births, Marriages, Deaths, Burials, Pensions, Deeds, Poor House Records, Courts, and Church Records; VERMONT MAILING LISTS-to forward messages to others who are interest in the same genealogical research as you; IN SEARCH OF -section where you may post photographs of ancestors along with a question; LOOK UP VOLUNTEERS - list of those who have books and are willing to do looks up for others, etc.
VERMONT GENEALOGY. Grand Isle Gen Web, Grand Isle, VT     Genealogicaldemographic data documenting the French-Canadian migration into the Lake Champlain Islands (Grand Isle County, Vermont) in the period prior to the 1880 U.S. Census. Organized by family name.

Maps
Old Maps of Vermont - Beers 1869 etc    Old Maps is a commercial site that re-publishes historical maps. They provide some free content in the form of compressed maps that may be downloaded.
VT Boundaries and Political Divisions     Links to a page describing the physical structure of Vermont counties and towns.

Forum
Vermont Genealogy Forum - Queries and Answers     Vermont genealogy message board.

Library
Regional Educational Technology Network - SEARCH THEIR VIDEO LIBRARY using tems like French or Senecal    RETN hosts a library of video resources and provides access to the training and tools needed to create and distribute video projects.

General
Burlington City Clerk's Office    This website provides information on how to request Birth & Death certificates, Copies of Deeds, Marriage Licenses and how to submit a FOIA request for Burlington records. Under Land Records, you can access a link to land records for other towns in Vermont. Links to other departments within Burlington government are provide here as well.


Colchester Historical Society    The Colchester Historical Society is an organization dedicated to the preservation of the historical records, artifacts and key structures from Colchester’s long history. It is a non-profit organization staffed by volunteers which has restored buildings, helped to host the town’s 250th Anniversary and to compile records about its citizens’ participation in the Civil War. Its museum is open weekly from Friday-Monday, 11 am to 3 pm, except on holidays.
Genealogy Society of Vermont    Founded in 1971, the Genealogical Society of Vermont is dedicated to assisting genealogists everywhere who are researching their Vermont ancestry. The society's collections are housed in the Leahy Library at the Vermont Historical Society in Barre. GSV publishes the well-respected journal, "Vermont Genealogy", as well as a newsletter to members. It has also published numerous volumes of Vermont vital records and constantly works to preserve our state's records. VT-FCGS members should consider joining GSV as our collections complement each other nicely.
Middlebury Genealogy Research Guide    Extensive Vermont Genealogy Records dating back to the 1760s.
The Vermont Roman Catholic Diocese     Website of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Burlington.
Vermont French-Canadian Genealogy Society    Membership organization specializing in French-Canadian genealogy, offering library and research facilities.
Vermont Middlesex Vital Records Applications and Info    The Vermont State Archives and Records Administration (VSARA)advises and guides public agencies in records and information management.

The records in the archive are primarily those createdreceived by public agencies as well as some county and municipal records spanning from the beginnings of earliest land grants in Vermont (c. 1688) up to the present. Most of the actual records however are not available digitally. See the “Find Records” section for more information. In the interests of preservation, records in the State Archives do not circulate.


Vermont State Archives & Records Administration    In addition to being Vermont's repository for all state records the Vermont Archives contains several key sets of genealogical records. These include VT's probate records & county court records which are being consolidated in Middlesex. The Archives also has town records on microfilm, the Vermont Eugenics Study with family pedigrees that incsude many Native American, French-Canadian, Irish and other minority citizens, military records and vital records.
Wikipedia Vermont Demographics    Demographic data about the state of Vermont.


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