Wednesday, June 4, 2014

This Week in the Scholar

These past six months Godfrey staff and volunteers have been busy bringing all sorts of new content to the Godfrey Scholar.  Updates have gotten so frequent that we've decided the best way to let people know is through weekly posts on Genealogy from the Godfrey and the Godfrey Facebook page!

Welcome to the first installment of "This Week in the Scholar"!  This week will cover notable content added to the Scholar from the past six months.

The Ed Laput Cemetery Project has reached their goal of completing 900 cemeteries!*
Church Records
Records from the First Congregational Church of Cromwell, CT (1715-1875)*
Records from the Second Congregational Church of Groton, CT (1727-1839)
Records from the Church of the Holy Trinity in Middletown, CT, Six Volumes (1750-1868)*
Records from the First Congregational Church of North Stonington (1727-1832)*
Records from the Presbyterian Church of East Palmira, NY (1817-1897)

Funeral Home Records
Burial Returns from the Doolittle Funeral Home in Middletown, CT, Fifty-two Volumes, (1882-1950)*
Burial Records from the Hallahan Funeral Home in Southington, CT*

A Significant Emigration From the Balingen Area of Der Aollernalbkreis, Germany to Franklin County, MA, Eleven Volumes*

The Atwater History and Genealogy*
The Boardman Genealogy (1525-1895)*
The Barlow Family Records*
The Ouellette Genealogy and Photo Album*
A Sutherland-Stephenson Family History*
A Genealogical and Family History of the State of CT*
And many more!

Many of books regarding the Revolutionary War, including records and histories of regiments from:
New York*
Rhode Island*
and Vermont*

Newspaper abstracts from the New Jersey Archives, Thirteen Volumes (1704-1782)*

Vital Records 
Abstracts from Haddam Neck, CT area vital records
Freedom by Deed, Manumission, Freedom and emancipation Abstracts from VA (1752-1862)*
Death Records from Wallingford, CT (1827-1900)*
Vital Records from Wolcott, CT (1783-1849)*

*Searchable record

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