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Town Sources

Barnard Town Clerk :  PO. Box 274, Barnard VT 05031-0204   Phone 802-234-9211.  Office open:  Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, 8:00 AM to 3:30 PM.

Charles B. Danforth Public Library:  PO. Box 204, Barnard VT 05031-0204.  Phone 802-234-6375.  Open Wednesday Evenings 7:00 to 8:30 PM and Saturday Morning 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM.

Barnard Historical Society Museum:  Located in the Charles Danforth Public Library.  Phone 802-234-9183.  Open Friday  2:00 to 4:00 PM and Saturday 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM and by appointment.  This is a small museum with permanent exhibits of photographs, tools, costumes and books. Not accessible to the disabled.

Probate District  Hartford Probate Office, Woodstock Green, Woodstock VT.  Mailing Address: Hartford Probate Court, P.O.   Box 275, Woodstock, VT 05091.  1783 to present . Index 1783-1970.

Requests for records must be made in writing.   The current cost for copies is 25 cents a page.  The records may be looked at in person if desired.

Note:  Copies of records through book 20 may be viewed on microfilm at Salt Lake City or ordered through local LDS History Centers.  See books below.

 

Books

History of Barnard Vermont, Family Genealogies 1761-1927, by William Monroe Newton   This book is a great resource for Barnard families.  It includes cemetery records and lists soldiers from the revolutionary and other wars.  Volume two gives the genealogy for most of the towns inhabitants.  You can look at it in Sutro Library in San Francisco.   Check your local genealogical library also.

Windsor County Probate Index, compiled by Scott Andrew Bartley and Marjorie J. Bartley     This is an excellent index published by the Genealogical Society of Vermont, 2000.  It covers both the Windsor  Probate district and the Hartford  Probate District from 1778-1899.  Be sure to read the introduction as it contains valuable information.

 

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THE SONS AND DAUGHTERS SCATTERED FAR AND NEAR WHO LOVE OLD BARNARD

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Dedication copied from the front of the History of Barnard Vermont by William Monroe Newton.

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This genealogy site copyrighted by Carol Chezan 2-01-2000

Last Updated - 31 January, 2003