Researchers and Volunteer Lookups
for Washington County, Vermont
Please be advised that in responding to your
volunteers have been directed to comply
with U. S.
Volunteers / Researchers Needed !!!
This site is only as useful as you make it! Volunteers are needed in the
- Lookup Volunteers - If you have Washington County
materials such as local history books - a lookup now and then would be
immensely helpful. Or if you can do a quick lookup at the library from
time to time.
- Index Volunteers - Are you willing to index the surnames of a local
history? If you are - we will be glad to post them (and give you credit,
- Transcribers - How about taking your daily walk through a local
cemetery and transcribing it? Take a clipboard or a tape recorder - you'll
be amazed at how interesting and enjoyable this project is.
- Census Transcribers - If you would like to help transcribe
Federal or State Census records for posting on the internet, contact the Census On-Line
- If you are willing to do research in the local records for a
fee, please email
me and I will post that information here also.
Eight steps to a successful Lookup Request
Read this BEFORE you
request a lookup
- Please limit your request to one or two name or places per
- Only one lookup request from each reference source per month.
- Please put Washington County, VT Lookup in the subject line of your
request to insure the
message is not overlooked or accidentally deleted.
- In the first line of the message please put the name of the
book you are requesting the lookup in.
- Keep your requests simple and only include enough information
for the volunteer to find your ancestor, if they need more information
they will request it from you.
- Our volunteers are doing this in their spare time to help you.
Allow them sufficient time to do the lookup and remember that they work
and have family lives just like you do.
- If you request a lookup, don't
forget to thank your volunteer for their time.
- NOTICE: The
publications on this page are under copyright by various sources. Our
lookup volunteers will NOT give you everyone in a publication with a
certain surname, or information on more than one or two names.
A List of Known Inventoried Vermont Cemeteries with Location of
Major Source for Each Inventory.
The list is arranged by county, town, and name of the cemetery. Please note
that this is an index to Vermont's
cemeteries. It does not contain a surname list!
Vermont Marriages - Vol. 1 - Montpelier
Town clerk's records 1791 - 1852
Congregational Church Records to 1852
Christ Episcopal Church Record to 1852
Town Clerk's Record 1791 - 1876
The Cemeteries of East Montpelier, VT 1794-1973
researched by Ellen C. Hill and Bob and
Lois Webster, published 1971, 2nd ed. Jan 1974.
limited listings in the
Marriage Records of Barre & Berlin
Washington County, Vermont
and James F. Dewey
Published by Hunterdon House 1984 Contains:
Berlin, Vermont Marriages, 1791-1876
History of Waitsfield
by Matt Bushnell
Jones, published 1909.
This book contains genealogies of most
of the early residents and is indexed. It is a treasure.
Revised Roster of Vermont Volunteers in the
War of the Rebellion. Adjutant-General's Office, Montpelier, 1892. Please provide name, and town if a fairly
Roster of Vermonters In Uniformed
Service of the United
States During The Second World War,
1941-1945. Please provide name
and branch of service, and town if a fairly common name.
Roster of Vermont-Men and Women in the Military and Naval Service of
the United States and Allies in the World War 1917-1919. Please provide name and branch of service,
and town if a fairly common name.
Roster of Vermont-Men and Women in the Military and Naval Service
of the United States and Allies in the World War 1917-1919. Please provide name and branch of service,
and town if a fairly common name.
Needed! Put your name here!
Last Updated 9 February 2008
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