Early Vermont Settlers to 1771: Vol. 1—Southern Windsor County
This first volume in the Early Vermont Settlers scholarly prosopography study contains 137 sketches organized bytown and presented in alphabetical order by head of household. It provides a better understanding of the outward migration of southern New England along the northern route to the early westward settlements in New York, Ohio, Michigan, and beyond—a path often posing challenges for those researching ancestors in the Old Northwest Territories.
List of covered towns: Andover, Chester, Springfield, Weathersfield, and Windsor.
Surnames included: Allen, Amos, Barney, Barrett, Bartlett, Benjamin, Bisbee, Bishop, Blakeslee, Blunt, Bonney, Brackett, Bradford, Brooks, Butler, Call, Caswell, Chandler, Church, Cooper, Coye, Curtis, Davis, Dean, Dike, Douglas, Dwinell, Earle, Emmons, Farnsworth, Farwell, Getchell, Gile, Gill, Goodwin, Grout, Hall, Harriman, Hastings, Hawley, Heywood, Hoar, Hobart, Hoisington, Holden, Holton, House, Howard, Howe, Hutchinson, Johnson, Judd, Kilburn, King, Little, Lord, Lully, Mann, Mills, Nevery, Norton, Nott, Olcott, Parker, Parkhurst, Patrick, Patterson, Porter, Powers, Priest, Rexford, Robinson, Sargent, Sartwell, Scott, Sears, Simmons, Smead, Smith, Snow, Spafford, Spencer, Spicer, Stevens, Stone, Strong, Thompson, Tuttle, Upham, Wait, Warner, Weston, Whitcomb, Winn, and Wood.
Written by Scott Andrew Bartley
Published by NEHGS in 2017
6 x 9 hardcover, 578 pages
- Winner of the National Genealogical Society Award for Excellence -