Vermont LinksVT Genweb Vermont page for US Genweb project
State of Vermont Home Page General and specific information about government departments and addresses. Also contains links to the University of Vermont, St. Michael's College, Middlebury College (and their available resources). As well, the State of Vermont page includes detailed graphic maps of Vermont.
Tanya Marshall, Deputy State Archivist for the State of Vermont gave an interesting talk at the Fall 2008 GSV Meeting entitled “Genealogical Treasures and the Public Record: What’s New for Researchers.”
Link to her Powerpoint Presentation on VT Secretary of State's web site (In box labeled "Resources")
Vermont Department of Public Records Includes request forms for vital records (to send in).
Note 3/18/2009 from State Archivist:
Anyone wanting to access the Manuscript Vermont State Papers will have to call our reference desk (802 828-2308) to set up an appointment to meet a staff member at Redstone (this will likely be on Mondays). The Nye name index, which references the Manuscript Vermont State Papers, is here at Middlesex (and as before, the pre-1800 Nye entries are available online at: http://vermont-archives.org/research/database/nye.asp).
Vermont Historical Society The VHS museum remains in Montpelier, whereas the library is now located in Barre.. The VHS website contains information about the Society's location, hours of operation, announcements, membership information, and research. It also contains information about other historical and genealogical societies and information on genealogical research in Vermont. Queries may be sent to the VHS and limited research can be done for a fee.
The Vermont French-Canadian Genealogical Society VT-FCGS publishes its journal LINKS twice a year, supports Franco-American heritage events and has a substantial collection of books, journals and vital records related to Quebec, eastern Ontario and the maritime provinces of Canada. The Vermont Genealogy Library houses its extensive collection of records related to French-Canadian immigrants to Vermont. For more information on their collections, including on-line search capabilities, see their web site at www.vtgenlib.org
University of Vermont Library Catalog Includes Special Collections of Vermont materials
Bennington Museum Library The Library has an extensive genealogical collection for New England, included Vital records, rosters of Revolutionary War Veterans, and county and local histories. The Library staff will answer genealogical queries for a fee of $15 for one hour's worth of professional time spent on a query. After that hour they will check with the requestor to see if they want to continue, for $15/hour + cost of photocopies. There is an information request form on their web page.
Vermont in the Civil War Information on units, rosters, battles, etc.
Other Genealogical Links
Other Genweb sites:
Other Genealogical societies:
Other Useful Genealogy Links:
The National Archives Home Page What is available at the National Archives. Includes regional locations and upcoming events. Recently redone web site.
Cyndi's List Thousands of Genealogy links, categorized and cross-referenced
Rootsweb Home of many resources: Roots-Surname List, SSDI (Social Security Death Index), etc.
Page last updated 13 July 2014