This section lists the state-wide associations of Vermont. It then lists associations from Bennington to Dorset giving details about each one and what resources and publications they offer.
The association was established in 1971.
Its aim is to help people researching their ancestry, especially in the State. You do not need to live in the area to become a member of the association.
Numerous publications are sold by the society, which incorporate Vermont Families 1791, Sudbury Genealogies, Probate Indexes, Vital Records and Census Records.
Publications available for sale also incorporate:
Many archives are accessible at The Leahy Library which comprise:
It is also possible to search these archives using their on-line catalogue.
Links to many resources are available, which comprise:
On-line resources also incorporate Manuscript Transcriptions, which include:
Many resources can be accessed in their Library, which incorporate:
It is also possible to search their collection using their online catalogue. Photographs of some pieces in their collection are accessible on their site.Website:
The aim of the association is to study and preserve the history of Cambridge.
Cemetery Indexes for Cloverdale, East Cambridge, Gates, Hopkins, Jeffersonville, Mountain View, Smilie and South Cambridge Cemeteries are available.Website:
Many archives can be accessed in their Museum, which include:
Reverend Parsons S Pratt recorded the genealogies of local people and these are available at the Museum.
Numerous publications are sold by the society, which incorporate: