Burlington US Genweb & AHGP

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Welcome to   Burlington, Ct. 

Part of the US GenWeb Project
And The American History and Genealogy Project.  

Burlington was formed out of the Northern half of Bristol in 1806, which was part of Farmington until 1785. Since I am just starting this site it may be a while before I have much information hear. Leonard Alderman, the Historian for Burlington has been putting information on the town's History on the Burlington's web site that you may find to be of interest, including listings of the cemeteries in Burlington.

Vital Records - The Barbour Collection of Vital Records to 1852 is being typed up for this site. What is not hear now will be soon. There are some records prior to 1806 in this collection from when people living in Burlington at that time had them recorded in the new town in 1806. Most records prior to 1806 may be found in Bristol for 1785 to 1805 and Farmington prior to 1785.

Burlington Barbour Collection

Burlington Surnames - I have set up a page for you to register the surnames that you are working on in Burlington. Please visit this page and see if anyone is working on your family and add your surnames. This may be one of the most helpfull parts of this web site besides the Barbour Collection at this time.

Burlington Surnames

Burlington History -

To be added later

Burlington Links:

Burlington, CT town web site..

Burlington Cemeteries Online

The Brown-Elton Tavern owned by the Burlington Historical Society (I grew up across the Green from this).

Burlington Town Listings

Burlington Town Clerk
200 Speilman Highway
Burlington, CT 06013

Burlington Probate Office
200 Speilman Highway
Burlington, CT 06013

Burlington Public Library
34 Library Lane
PO Box 1379
Burlington, CT 06013

Burlington Historical Society
George Washington Turnpike
Burlington, CT 06013

How can you help:

I would be most appreciative for any help that you can give. I am looking for birth, death, marriages notes, history notes of this town, and non-comercial links only pertaining to genealogy related to this town. Also any other information that you think would be useful to this site. Please email me here.

Lookup Volinteer's:

If you have any books about Burlington and would be willing to look things up please contact me.

Leonard Alderman has some great Burlington Resources for lookups:

Early Burlington Town Offical's

Will be added soon.

If you have any other information to add to this page please fell free to contact me.

Other Links

State of CT web site

Cyndi's list - Connecticut Links

Hartford County, CT Query Board

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