Vermont

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See also these surnames: Chamberlin, Converse, Currier, Dunnging, Howe, Johnson, Nash, Poore, Randolph, Sargent, Slafter.

"The History of Vermont with Descriptions, Physical and Topographical". Rev. Hosea Beckley, A.M., Brattleboro, 1846. Not indexed (I need to do that). Much concerning the Revolution. Will try to uncover surnames with specificity in your request. [This book can be freely downloaded from the Internet Archive.]

"New Edition of the records of the family of RUFUS PERKINS ect.." HENRY E.PERKINS, HENRY STOWELL & SON, PRINTERS,TROY, NY 1916. (primarily Rockingham and Chester). DPR

"Vermont Newspaper Abstracts 1783-1816." Marsha Hoffman Rising, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2001. Excerpts from 4 different Newspapers in Vermont (Vermont Gazette, The Vermont Gazette: Eqiptome of the World, Epitome of the World, The World and The Green-Mountain Farmer). A mix of marriages, deaths, divorce notices, and a variety of announcements. MAE, P1, VW2

Addison Co.

"The story of the Farnham meeting: A Quaker meeting in Allen's Corner, East Farnham Township, Brome County, Province of Quebec, Canada, 1820-1902." S.A. Zielinski; Fulford, Prov Quebec: 1961. BK1

"A Genealogic Register of the Early Families of Shoreham, Vermont." MacIntire, Susan H. and Witherell, Sanford S. Academy Books, Rutland, VT 1984. Family records of those arriving in Shoreham from the 18th through the 19th centuries. Most have only 2 or 3 generations recorded. Some have 4 generations. JK8

"General Catalogue of Middlebury College." Compiled by Duane Robinson, pub. by Middlebury College, 1950. Brief biographical sketches of all Middlebury students from 1802-1947 as well as faculty, trustees, honorary degree receipents. JP1

Bennington Co.

"Pownal: A Vermont Town's Two Hundred Years and More." Parks, Joseph, The Pownal Bicentennial Committee, 1977. A history of the town with frequent references to specific individuals or families, both in picture and word. Occasional inaccuracies. 117 pages. L30

Caledonia Co.

"History of Barnet, Vermont From the Outbreak of the French and Indian War to Present Time." Frederic Palmer Wells, Free Press Printing, 1923. Biographical Sketches and Family Records. LDB

"Peacham, Story of a Vermont Hill Town." Ernest L. Bogart, Vermont Historical Society, Capital City Press, Monpelier, VT 1948. DL

Orleans Co.

"A History of Irasburg, Vermont." Orcutt & Alexander, Academy Books, 1989. C22

Rutland Co.

"Chittenden, Mendon, Pittsfield & Sherburne, Vermont Cemetery Inscriptions." by Margaret R Jenks, 1992. 94 pages. JSD

"A History of Poultney, VT to the year 1875." Published by J. Joslin, B. Frisbie, and F. Ruggles. 1875. Reprint. Higginson Book Company. Salem, MA. BJW

"Pawlett for One Hundred Years." Heil Hollister, J Munsell, Albany, New York, 1867. History of the town of Pawlett, Rutland County, Vermont. Contains information from the first settlement in 1761 through 1866. History of the town and biographical information on many of the inhabitants. K6

Washington Co.

"History of the Town of Montpelier." D. P. Thompson, E.P. Walton, Printer, 1860. "From the time it was first chartered in 1781 to the year 1860 together with biographical sketches of its most noted deceased citizens." Because of the condition and age of the original book - nearly 150 years old, I can ONLY send information on the INDIVIDUALS LISTED BELOW. There is NO INDEX and I will NOT search the book for other names. The citzens with biographical sketches are: Col. Jacob Davis, Mrs. Rebecca Davis, Hon. Davis Wing, Jr., Clark Stevens, Elder Ziba Woodworth, John Taplin, Esq., Dr. Edward Lamb, Gen. Pearley Davis, Rev. Chester Wright, Col. James H. Langdon, Hon. Jeduthun Loomis, Hon. Timothy Merrill, Hon. F. F. Merrill, Hon. Araunah Waterman, Hon. Cyrus Ware, Hon. Salvin Collins, Capt. Timothy Hubbard, Gen Ezekiel P. Walton, Calvin J. Keith, Hezekiah H. Reed, Dr. James Spalding, Col. J. P. Miller, Hon. William Upham, Mrs. Sarah Upham, Hon. Joseph Reed, Hon. Samuel Prentiss, Mrs. Lucretia Prentiss. Requests for information other then the names listed above will receive a return email indicating NOT ABLE TO RESEARCH. CMD

Windham Co.

"Brattleboro, Windham County, Vermont: Early history, with biographical sketches of some of its citizens." Henry Burnham, Published by D. Leonard, 1880. Early History, Biographical Sketches of some citizens. [This book is freely available at Google Books.]

"The History of PUTNEY Vermont 1753-1953." Edited by DeWolfe, Frost, Gassett, Harlow, Scott; Fortnightly Club of Putney, VT; 1953. Topics include Pioneer Settlement, Development, & People, including genealogies of 46 prominent familes. Military history includes lists of Puntey soldiers. JC6

Windsor Co.

"The Illustrated Historical Souvenir of Bethel, Vermont." Cox, Fred G. (Compiled and Arranged), Bethel, Vermont 1895. "Containing a brief history of the early settlement of the town, the schools, churches, medical and legal profession, old families, business and maufacturing interests, together wit protraits and biographies of the citizens, past and present." There are Family History's for the following surnames: ADAMS, AINSWORTH, ARNOLD, BERRY, BIRD, BOWEN, BROOKS, BUCKMAN, BULLARD, BURNETT, CADY, CHADWICK, CHAMBERLIN, CHASE, CHILD, CLOUGH, CURTIS, CUSHING, DAVIS, EMERY, GILSON, GRAHAM, HARRINGTON, HATCH, HUNTON, KIMBALL, MARSH, MCINTOSH, MESERVE, MOODY, MORRILL, MORRIS, MORSE, NOBLE, PARKER, RICHARDSON, SANDERS (missing page) SARGENT, SHAW, SHEDD, SMITH, SPAULDING, SYLVESTER, TERRY, TUPPER, WALLACE, WEBSTER, WELLINGTON, WHEELER, WILLIAMS, WILSON, WIGHT. I have transcribed most of the family histories and can send you an electronic copy. CMD

"Record of Deaths in the Town of Ludlow, Vermont, From 1790 to 1901." Rufus S. Warner, Ancestor Publishers, ori. pub 1902 This is a compilation of deaths in the town of Ludlow, Vermont from 1790 to 1901. Most of the entires are of people who died in Ludlow, Vermont and for some, the cause of death is listed. SE1