Welcome to Bristol, Connecticut
Part of the US GenWeb Project
And The American History and Genealogy Project.
Photo's will be hear soon
Cemetery Records in Bristol are keep by:
Peacedale & West Cemetery West Cemetery Assco.
49 Pound Street,
Bristol, CT 06010
Forestville Cemetery Association
St. Josephs Cemetery
If you have any cemetery records (listing of people burried) for Bristol please feel free to email them to me for inclusion on this web site.
Burlington will be added hear as it was part of Bristol.
Early Land Allotments in Bristol (off site)
Bristol Public Library
5 High Street
Bristol, CT 06010
Manross Bronch, Bristol Public Library
260 Central Avenue
Forestville, CT 06010
-- 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 and history related to Bristol. Also any other information that you think would be useful to this site. Please email me here. Please put "How can I help" in the subject line.
If you have any reference books or CDs on this county and would like to volunteer to do lookups, please let me know. Please put "Volunteer Bristol, Ct." in the subject line. Ray Brown
In 1865 Bristol became the first Connecticut town to have a monument to Honor those who gave theie lives in
the War of the Rebellion, now known as the Civil War.
List of Surnames being worked on by people, hopefully will be added later.
If you should have any problems with the links please let me know so that I can correct them. You can reach me here. Please put Bristol site problems" in the subject line.
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Visitors Since 5-22-01