BOOKS Weekend Sale on Barbour Collection Volumes: 55 Volumes Beckoning to Connecticut Genealogists

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Weekend Sale on Barbour Collection Volumes: 55 Volumes Beckoning to Connecticut Genealogists

Sale prices Expire at 11:59 PM EST, Monday, January 14th, 2019



Covering 137 Connecticut towns and taking up over 14,000 typed pages in manuscript, the Barbour Collection of Connecticut Town Vital Records was the life work of General Lucius Barnes Barbour, Connecticut Examiner of Public Records from 1911 to 1934. Between 1994 and 2002, Genealogical.com transcribed the entire Barbour Collection in 55 paperback volumes. The published Barbour Collection refers to a staggering 1.75 million settlers who took up residence in scores of Connecticut towns and cities between the mid-17th and mid-19th centuries.

In all Barbour Collection volumes, the entries are in strict alphabetical order by town and give name, date of event, names of parents (in the case of births and sometimes deaths), names of both spouses (in the case of marriages), and sometimes such items as age, occupation, and specific place of residence.

Thanks to the wonder of print on demand technology, we now have the ability to keep all 55 volumes of the Barbour Collection in print perpetually. If you have Connecticut ancestry and would like to know more about the contents of any volume in the collection, please click on any of the links below. Even better, you can buy any or all of the books in the collection for about 20% below retail price through Monday night, January 14, 2018!

Remember, you receive FREE SHIPPING when you spend $50 or more!


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