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Vital Records of Woodstock, Connecticut 
Births, Marriages & Deaths
1686 - 1867

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

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    Woodstock was incorporated as a town in 1690 by Massachusetts, although the first settlement there was as early as April 1686, and was known as New Roxbury or Quatosett.  The land was granted in 1663 by the Colony of Massachusetts to the town of Roxbury and practically all of its first settlers came from there.  The leaders in its settlement were Peter Aspinwall, Thomas Bacon, Henry Bowen, Matthew Davis, John Frissell, Nathaniel Geary, Benjamin Griggs, George Griggs, Joseph Lord, John Marcy, Ebenezer Morris, Benjamin Sabin and Jonathan Smithers.  Not all of these remained there, but the company was soon augmented by others from Roxbury.

    Woodstock was a part of Massachusetts until May, 1749, since which time it has been under the jurisdiction of Connecticut. 

This book contains the following record books:
Vital Statistics No. 1, 1686 - 1744.
Vital Statistics No. 2, 1743 - 1830.
First Book of Records, 1781 - 1867.
Book of Births, 1750 - 1867.
Index of Names.
Index of Places.


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