Welcome to the Connecticut
American History and Genealogy Project.
The American History and Genealogy Project is a non profit organization of independent genealogy and history websites linked together to help people find information that they need. There are several other parts of the AHGP Books, Special Projects, Surname Sites, and a lot more. Please visit AHGP.ORG for a complete listing.
More will be added to the Connecticut page and County and Town websites as time go on. Please stop back often for updates.
|County||Year Formed||County Coordinator|
|New Haven||1666||Adopt Me|
|New London||1666||Adopt Me|
Info on Adopting Counties.
|Connecticut People married in Springfield, MA|
Town site's where there is no County site yet.
|East Haddam||Middlesex||Debbie Axtman|
Surname Pages that are part of
the Connecticut AHGP
- WILCOX - TROTT - KIRK
Site also has several hundred Vital Record Pages
|New England Genealogy
by Ray Brown
Has lots of vital record pages and Early Families.
Family Resource Page
All types of Barnum and Bernham Family Records
|Hubbard Family Gleanings
All types of Hubbard Family Records
of a Garrigues Family
Hundreds of Surnames Over 70 in CT
|Have your CT Surname or Vital Record Page linked here|
Other Connecticut Projects
|Name of Project||State Coordinator|
|The Connecticut American Local History Project||Lesley Moss|
|The Connecticut US GenWeb Project||George Waller|
Historical Articles at this site
|Name of Article||Submitted By /
or Publish Date
|The Tories of Connecticut||Ray Brown|
|A Letter From A Repentant Royalist||Jane Devlin|
|A Short History of Riverton, CT||Edmund Smiley|
|Bristol, CT (History)||MLN|
|Negro Slavery in Connecticut||Ray Brown|
|A Revolutionary Thanksgiving||KLDB|
|Constitutional History of Connecticut Part 1|
|Constitutional History of Connecticut Part 2|
|A Case of Witchcraft in Hartford|
|Israel Putnam||May 1899|
|Pre-Revolution Episcopal Church Bristol, CT||1932|
State Links History & Genealogy
New England Query Board
This AHGP Website is mannaged by Ray Brown
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