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Following is a lists of resources for Windham. Some of them have volunteers who will do look-up requests, some are websites, and some are online (digitalized) books. Please follow request instructions when requesting a look-up from one of the volunteers.

Genealogies Histories Records

Volunteers needed!!!

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  • Records of the Congregational Church in Windham, Conn., 1700-1851 (Hartford: CT Historical Society & Society of Mayflower Descendants in CT, 1943).
    My E-mail Address
    will do look-ups in this source. You will receive an automatic acknowledgment that your request has been received. If you do not receive the acknowledgment in a day or so, it means I didn't receive your request or your request did not have the correct subject in order to be brought to my attention.
    Request Instructions

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Look-up requests guidelines must be followed:

IMPORTANT: "Windham Look-up" must be the subject. Many volunteers receive 100s of E-mail messages daily from genealogy mail lists, online services, etc.  Most of the time only subject lines are scanned. If it contains nothing of interest for the volunteer, the E-mail may be trashed without being read. Some volunteers have setup E-mail filters which will automatically place E-mail with certain subjects  into specific mailboxes - "Windham Look-up" being one. A message with "Windham Look-up" as the subject, will keep it from getting lost in the shuffle. Thank you!

Limit your lookup request to 1 specific person or a married couple at most. Do not ask for "everybody with X surname or an entire family group, or for hardcopies to be mailed, please [be] advise that The USGenWeb Project volunteers have been asked not to comply with such requests." See the following USGenWeb site, right hand column for Look-up requests rules.

CAPITALIZE all surnames in the message - John SMITH.

Please, inof mesclude dates (at least time frame), spouses, and issue if known. This info may save the volunteer valuable lookup time. Example: not having to spend time looking in 1600s sources for someone living in the early 1800s.

Please, be as specific as possible in your request.

Remember to thank the volunteer!

Volunteers needed!!!    Click: Here

 USGenWeb Windham, CT:
Windham Look-up Library commenced 16 April 2008.
Last Updated:  13-Apr-2009
Copyright 2009 by Susan G. Taylor