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 CONNECTICUT MARRIAGES TO 1850

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Connecticut Marriages to 1850

Records of marriages in Redding and Mansfield towns in Connecticut, up to 1850.

Description

Some of the oldest American colonies were settled in present-day Connecticut. Upon its completion, this database will contain a collection of marriage records for many areas in Connecticut, up to 1850. Currently, the database contains records for the town of Redding in Fairfield County and the town of Mansfield in Tolland County. The records date from the beginning of the town record books through 1850. Researchers may find information including the names of both the bride and groom, the date of the marriage, and the place where the marriage took place.

Extended Description

Mansfield, Tolland County:

The town of Mansfield was established in 1702 from Windham Town in Tolland County. The records from the town in this database cover the years 1686 through 1850.

Original data: Mansfield, Tolland County, Connecticut, Marriages, 1686-1850. Town records located at 4 S. Eagleville Road, Storrs, Connecticut, 06268. See also Family History Library microfilm #1376016-1376017.

Redding, Fairfield County:

The town of Redding was established in 1767 from Fairfield Town as part of Fairfield County. The records from the town in this database cover the years 1732 through 1850.

Original data: Redding, Fairfield County, Connecticut, Marriages, 1767-1850. Town records located at Route 107, P.O. Box 28, Redding Center, Connecticut, 06875. See also Family History Library microfilm #1435589.






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