Welcome to Middlesex County Genealogy, part of the CTGenWeb Project!

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See town list below


Middlesex County was established in 1785 from Hartford, New London, and New Haven Counties.



D'Addezio.com Connecticut Vital Records Search

The Society of Middletown First Settlers Descendants


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  • Middlesex County Resources and Lookup Volunteers:
        If you have any reference books or CDs on this county and would like to volunteer to do lookups, please, let me know.

        When requesting a lookup, please follow these guidelines:

    1. Put Middlesex County Lookup in subject of message.
    2. Put name of book or CD you are requesting in the first line of the message as many of these wonderful people have volunteered to look up several things.
      Limit your request to 1 or 2 specific names.

         Don't forget to thank your volunteer for his or her time and effort!

LOOKUP VOLUNTEERS:


Middlesex County Links

If you would like to volunteer to coordinate the resources of any of the towns listed "Adopt Me" below, please e-mail me for info.

Middlesex County Town Selection List

Town

Date
Formed

Parent Town

Contact

Chester

1836

Saybrook

Adopt Me

Clinton

1838

Killingworth

Adopt Me

Cromwell

1851

Middletown

Adopt Me

Deep River

1635

Named Saybrook until 1947

Adopt Me


Durham

1708

None

Tracy Camassar

East Haddam

1734

Haddam

Adopt Me

East Hampton

1767

Middletown (named Chatham until 1915)

Adopt Me

Essex

1852

Old Saybrook

Adopt Me

Haddam

1668

None

Adopt Me

Killingworth

1667

None

Adopt Me

Middlefield

1866

Middletown

Tracy Camassar

Middletown

1651

None

Adopt Me

Portland

1841

East Hampton

Adopt Me

Old Saybrook

1852

Deep River

Jim Rothgeb

Westbrook

1840

Saybrook

Jim Rothgeb



 Middlesex County GenConnect Resources



DUNHAM - WILCOX - TROTT - KIRK:  Jane Devlin has done an outstanding job of creating a site. This site has many records that pertain to Middlesex County. It is continually being updated, so check back often. Some of the information is the posting of the Barbour Collection, just to name some.


Mortimer Cemetery Coralynn Brown has recorded the inscriptions for the Mortimer Cemetery in Middletown, and it is posted at this location.


Tom Bombaci, Jr.'s page. Dated.  Some Middlesex County surnames.


Chuck Arnold's page on Northeast ARNOLDs.


Godfrey Memorial Library in Middletown, CT. An excellent resource for Genealogical research in Connecticut.


The CTGenWeb Project thanks Tom Bombaci, Jr. for his dedication and hard work since 2006.

Many, many thanks to Harry Walden, who trusted Tom to take over his sites, and who has generously given so much of his time and effort for them.

 

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