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Vital Records of Bolton & Vernon, Connecticut 

Published by: Connecticut Historical Society (Hartford, Conn., 1909) 

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    In May 1718 and October 1719, the General Assembly passed acts "for regulating and settling a plantation on the mountain east of Hartford" which was "a tract of land; westward of Coventry and Tolland".  In October, 1720, it was given town privileges and named Bolton.

May, 1731, a patent was granted to the town which was recorded in "Connecticut Records for Pattents Deeds and Surveys of Land No. 4".


    The town of Vernon was set off from the town of Bolton in October, 1808.  Vernon was in the Hebron Probate district until May, 1814; then in the Stafford district until June, 1826, and since in the Ellington district.

    The Vernon vital records are in two volumes which also contain records of town meetings and other matters relating to town business.  The copy of the vital records includes everything to the year 1852, at which time printed forms were adopted and the records kept in accordance therewith.


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