Welcome to
Windham County Vermont
History and Genealogy

Finding Ancestors ....
wherever their trails led

 

Our goal is to help you track your ancestors through time by transcribing genealogical and historical data and placing it online for the free use of all researchers.

WE REGRET THAT WE ARE UNABLE TO DO PERSONAL RESEARCH FOR YOU.

WANT TO HELP?

We're looking for folks who share our dedication to putting data online and are interested in helping this project be successful.  If you are interested in joining our group, view our Volunteer Page for further information and then contact Nancy Piper.

If you are not interested in becoming a host, but do have information to add to our website, email me, Nancy Piper.  I will be happy to help your obituaries, news items and other historical data find its new home here at Vermont Trails History and Genealogy.

BIOGRAPHIES

CEMETERY

 

CHURCH RECORDS

MILITARY

MARRIAGES

NEWSPAPERS

OBITUARIES AND DEATH NOTICES

Recent Updates
November 2016
Marriage Notices from the Windham County Democrat, Brattleboro, Vt. 1848-1851
BECKLEY-CHASE, CHILDS-WINCHESTER, CUTTING-WARD, DODGE-SMITH, HENRY-ALLEN, JONES-HAMILTON, MACK-SALISBURY, MORTON-LE BARON, PEASE-MOORE, PRATT-BAGG, PRESTON-WHITAKER, RICE-TYLER, RICHMOND-LAWTON, TUELL-EDSON, WRIGHT-MOORE
Death Notices from the Windham County Democrat, Brattleboro, Vt. 1848-1851
Henry H. Baldwin, Laura Emma Bond, Susannah Bucklin, Peter Chase, John Colgrove, Silas Davis, Mrs. Polly Harris, Alalia Antoinette Ingram, Samuel Lord, T. C. Lord, Mrs. Elizabeth Mack, Mrs. Lydia Alcina (Marsh) May, Mrs. Persis Moore, Mrs. Mary Morse, Sarah Ann Niles, Lyndal T. Noyes, Ella Lauretta Read, Oscar Chapin Read, Mrs. Ester Spafford, Esek Weaver, Lyman White
News: Small Pox Cases (1848), Cattle Train Accident (1872)



May 2016
Obit:
James Trenholm - Contributed by Bonnie T
Death Notices:
Mrs. Sabra Nash, Mrs. Elizabeth Gould, Ann C. Putnam, William Taft, Mrs. Mary Gould, Lydia M. Sears (Source: 1839-1847 Windham County Democrat)
Death Notice: David Brown (Essex County Herald 1873)
Marriage Notices:
Adams-Allen, Baker-Cunningham, Ewing-Holman, Gleason-Hines, Hall-Elmer, Hall-Worden, Jobes-Taylor, Morse-Cummings, Perry-Filed, Ripley-Baker, Waste-Pulsipher, Woster-Beels (Source: 1839-1847 Windham County Democrat)
Misc News:
1837 High School Reopened, Butterfield's New Potato(1872), Silas Green Dissapears (1872), Jedediah Stark Postmaster 47 Years (1888)

Past Updates
CEMETERY

List of Windham County Cemeteries - Contributed by Nancy Washell

Cemetery and Burial Records
CHURCH RECORDS

RECORDS OF THE FIRST CHURCH OF ROCKINGHAM, VERMONT
MILITARY

Windham County Military Casualties  (WWII Army, Vietnam and Korean war casualties) - Contributed by Tammy Clark
List of Pensioners - Windham County, Vermont - pages: 285, 286, 287, 288, 289
- Transcribed by Glenda Stevens
 


Surrounding Counties

Chittenden County, Vermont - north
Washington County, Vermont - northeast
Orange County, Vermont - east
Windsor County, Vermont - southeast
Rutland County, Vermont - south
Washington County, New York - southwest
Essex County, New York - west


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