Hartford County Marriage Records



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This project will endeavor to provide actual transcriptions of Marriage Applications, and other Marriage Records, as found recorded in the county court house and state archives. We encourage these transcriptions to be entire marriage books and/or rolls of microfilm, although individual files will be happily accepted.
Transcripts will be accepted and files will be placed in the USGenWeb Archives directory of the State and County, where the marriage records were originally recorded.

Please send Nothing copyrighted, unless you have written permission from the author. 


Multiple Marriages

File Description Size Date Submitter
Barbour Collection 1806-1853,Canton-Partial Marriage Book 33K Feb 2009 Joan Reynolds-de Grandis


Individual Marriages

Connecticut - Files from the last 10000 days

File Description Size Date Submitter
Freeman, Maria A. - Powers, Frederick L. October 8, 1874 1K Aug 2008 Barbara W. Brown
Halsted, Ada - O'neal, William Henry October 30, 1895 1K Aug 2008 Barbara W. Brown
Mason, Ethel E. - Jamieson, Alvah S. October 22, 1903 1K Aug 2008 Barbara W. Brown
Mason, Mary J. - Booth, W. Edward November 24, 1894 1K Aug 2008 Barbara W. Brown
Mason, Sadie A. - Woods, James H. April 18, 1901 1K Aug 2008 Barbara W. Brown
O'neale, Alice - Strong, Frank C. September 14, 1892 1K Aug 2008 Barbara W. Brown
Powers, Helen M. - O'neil, Charles L. June 10, 1895 1K Aug 2008 Barbara W. Brown





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