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Scotland Town Clerk
Historical Map Collection
Map and Geographic Image Center
University of Connecticut
Scotland Information and History
A History of Scotland, in Bayles, 1889, prepared by Jan Harris
The Samuel Huntington Homestead , signer of the Declaration of Independence
Kinghorn's Northeast CT Lifestyle History and pictures of Scotland, CT.
Town history and Biographies, hosted by Connecticut Genealogy
Real Picture Postcards
and Photos from Scotland, CT
Barbour Collection of Vital Records, Town of Windham, , Windham County USGenWeb. There are many mentions of Scotland in the early Town of Windham vital records.
Marriages of the Scotland Congregational Church, Marriages of the Congregational Church (Third Church of Windham) prior to 1800 from F.W. Bailey, ed. 1898.
Index of the Scotland Brunswick Separate Church, 1746-1846. (Lookup available, send the host of this page an email, please use "Scotland Church Lookup" in the subject line)
Index of the Scotland First Church of Christ, 1732-1915. (Lookup available, send the host of this page an email, please use "Scotland Church Lookup" in the subject line)
Mentions of Scotland in the Norwich, CT Vital Records, Volumes 1-7.
Mentions of Scotland in the
CT Vital Records.
Mentions of Scotland in Connecticut. General Assembly. Record of Service of Connecticut Men in the Army and Navy of the United States During the War of the Rebellion. Hartford: Case, Lockwood, & Brainard, 1889.
Hale Collection of Cemetery Inscriptions, Windham County USGenWeb.
Windham County Connecticut Genealogy Page Includes many
links, sources of data, and other resources from
To submit a name for the Scotland USGenWeb Surname List , send the host of this page an email message with "Scotland USGenWeb Surname List" in the subject line. Please include the following information in the body of the message:
1. Family Surname
2. Any remarks you would like to include with the surname post.
3. Your name
4. Contact information including email, web page, or address
Windham County, Connecticut Queries (Query boards in
conjunction with Ancestry.com)
Elaine Merrell mailto:[email protected] has Connecticut Divorces, Superior Court Records for the Counties of Tolland and Windham, 1719-1910, by, Grace Louise Knox and Barbara B. Ferris, and is willing to do limited look ups.
[email protected] I have the following publication and will
volunteer to look-up and/or transcribe complete bios for the
Tolland & Windham County web sites. "Commemorative Biographical Record of
Tolland and Windham Counties Connecticut, containing Biographical Sketches of
Prominent and Representative Citizens and of Many of the Early Settled
Families. Published by J.H. Beers & Co.,
There are about 600 names and over 1200 pages in this volume - lots of
information. Host note: Please include specific
information in your request including given name and surname, dates and
locations if possible.
Scotland, CT Ephemera
Linda Pagliuco, [email protected] Doing research of land, probate, cemetery, and vital records in Tolland, Hartford, Windham, and New London Counties. Well versed in local history and have access to several private libraries and databases. Will also consider towns farther afield upon request. Reasonable rates; please contact me for quotes or questions.
David Wilson mailto:[email protected] : I am doing paid research for towns in Windham County and neighboring towns. Folks should E-MAIL me for prices. I have a large database in my own computer and know town hall locations, libraries, etc., where I can get much more information.
If you have any Scotland Connecticut vital statistic resources ( published VRs, probate records, land records, burial records, church records, court records, histories, family genealogies), any information that you would like transcribed and added to this page or you host a website with any Scotland sources, please contact me.
Please use subject: Scotland Volunteer.
A USGenWeb Project:
Scotland, Connecticut Genealogy started March 10, 2000.
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Updated: Dec. 8, 2009
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