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Manchester Vermont Soldiers War Record (Partial)
Revolutionary Patriots in Vermont
Successful Vermonters Free Index!
Vermont 1858 Political Manual
Vermont 1866 Legislative Members
Vermont Bar Association 1919 Officers and Members
Vermont Bar Association 1929 Officers and Members
Vermont Reform School 1893-94 Report
Vermont Sheriffs' Assoc. 1914 Directory
Vermont Society of Colonial Wars 1905 Roster
Vermont State Normal Schools 1898 Catalogue
Vermont State Normal Schools 1903-1904
Vermont State Normal Schools 1904-1905
U. S. Federal Census
Years available: 1790 1800 1810 1820 1830 1840 1850 1860 1870 1880 1890 1900 1910 1920 1930 1940
Web: Census Enumeration Districts, 1830-1890 and 1910-1950 (PDF) at Archives.gov [T1224]Web: Census Enumeration Districts, 1930-1940 at Archives.govWeb: Census Enumeration Maps, 1930 (PDF) at Archives.gov [M1930]Web: Census Enumeration Maps, 1900-1940 (PDF) at Archives.gov [A3378]
Welsh-American Genealogical Society
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Subscription Databases ($) from Ancestry.com
Web: Vermont Pensioners, 1835
Web: Vermont Death Index, 1989-1998
Web: Vermont Men, 1894
Web: Vermont Census, 1790-1860
Web: Vermont Men in the Revolutionary War
Web: An alphabetical atlas, or, Gazetteer of Vermont
Web: History of the Shaftsbury Baptist Association from 1781 to 1853
Web: A gazetteer of Vermont
Additional Resources (on other web sites)
Web: Vermont Deaths, 1989-2001
Web: Vermont Department of Health, Vital Records
Web: A Bibliography for Vermont Genealogy
Web: Soldiers, Sailors and Patriots of the Revolutionary War, Index to Place Names in
Web: Vermont Place Names: Footprints of History
Web: Vermont Religious Certificates
Web: Vermont Soldiers Sailors Revolutionary War
Web: Vermont Warnings Out 1779-1817 Vol 1: Northern Vermont
Web: Vermont Warnings Out 1779-1817 Volume 2: Southern Vermont
Old Village Cemetery
The Deerfield Valley News
The World Vermont
The state of Vermont was established as part of the United States on March 4, 1791, making it the 14th to join the Union. Montpelier is the state capitol. For the most current listing of resources for this location, and from additional publishers, please visit the Vermont page in the Live Roots catalog.
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Related Web Sites
Web: RootsWeb Resources for Vermont Free!
Web: GenForum Queries for Vermont Free!
Web: Cyndi's List: Vermont Free!
Web: Linkpendium: Vermont Free!
Web: FamilySearch Wiki: Vermont Free!
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