FamilySearch International recently thanked the Connecticut Society of Genealogists volunteers for their amazing contribution to the 1950 US Census Community Project. Forty-five volunteers representing CSG made 571,900 corrections, including 183,100 name corrections. Thank you to everyone who participated!
The CSG Library, located at 175 Maple Street in East Hartford, Connecticut, is a certified Family History Library Affiliate! That means you can access additional digital record collections while researching on Family Search in our library. You may bring your own device. The CSG Library is currently open to the public, Monday from 1 pm to 8 pm, Tuesday through Thursday from 11 am to 4 pm and Friday from 11 am to 3 pm. The library has received the State of Connecticut COVID self-certification safety seal which means we are compliant with all safety requirements put in place. Read More
The New Haven Jewish Cemetery Database website is a valuable resource for family history researchers. This website provides a searchable index to Jewish cemeteries in New Haven, East Haven, Hamden, West Haven, Shelton, Orange, Meriden, Wallingford, Deep River, Moodus, Bristol, Clinton, and Cheshire. Cemetery maps are also provided. The cemetery database can be searched by last name (required), first name, maiden name, date of death, date of birth, spouse, and Hebrew name. Select a cemetery name from the dropdown list. The data fields in the search results are last name, first name, dates of birth and death, cemetery name, Read More
Did you know that the CSG library now offers access to the New England Historic Genealogical Society's research database? What's more, during the COVID-19 crisis, NEHGS has generously offered at-home access to our members. Please call the CSG office at 860-569-0002 for information on how to access the database temporarily from home.