Burlington is the chief town.  This county is bounded north by Franklin County, east by Washington County, south by Addison County, and west by Champlain Lake.  A few settlements commenced in this county before the revolution, but they were all abandoned during the war.  Its soil varies from rich alluvial meadows to light and sandy plains.  The beautiful Champlain washing its western boundary, gives it great facilities for trade.  Its agricultural and manufacturing products are considerable.  Lamoille River passes through its north-west corner, and Winooski River pierces its centre.  These streams, with several others of smaller size, afford the county a good water power.

  The railroads which intersect this county in various directions; its fine mill privileges, and good soil, renders this highly interesting section of the State. 
 

(Gazetteer of Vermont, by John Hayward, 1849, p. 47)


Bolton
Hinesburg
Shelburne
Burlington
Huntington
South Burlington
Buel's Gore
Jericho
Underhill
Charlotte
Milton
Westford
Colchester
Richmond
Williston
Essex
St. George
Winooski

 

"Gazetteer of  Chittenden County, Vermont 
for 1882-83." by Hamilton Child
 

"Business Directory of  Chittenden County, Vermont 
for 1882-83." by Hamilton Child
 

1902-1903 Chittenden County Directory
 

Chittenden Co. VTGenWeb Site 
 

Vital Records Information
 

Historical Societies in Chittenden County
 

Chittenden County, Vermont World War II Casualties
Army and Air Force
 

Chittenden, Vermont Local History and Genealogy 
 

Old Town of Colchester Town Records
Marriages from 1795 - 1861
 

Biographical sketches from the Vermont Legislative
Directory, Biennial Session, 1902 
 

Home for Destitute Children, 
Burlington City, Chittenden Co. VT 1900
 

Chittenden County Locator 
 

The Winooski Mills