Hartford County CT Military Records

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Note: This page primarily lists records kept at the county level. Statewide collections are found on the Connecticut Military Records page.


Hartford County Military Records

Early Militia of Hartford County, 1658-1884 Jane Devlin

Bristol Military Records

Bristol, Connecticut in World War II Family History Library

Men Who Died in the Civil War Ray's Place

Collinsville Military Records

Memorial day exercises Collinsville, Conn. : May 30, 1903. Connecticut State Library

East Granby Military Records

A history of Newgate of Connecticut, at Simsbury, now East Granby : its insurrections and massacres, the imprisonment of the Tories in the revolution, . . . also, some account of the state prison at Wethersfield Family History Library

Enfield Military Records

Enfield patriots of the Revolutionary War : a genealogical study of grandfathers and cousins of 59 (with details) of the 116 Revolutionary War soldiers from Enfield, CT Huntsville Madison County Public Library

Farmington Military Records

Farmington in the War of the Revolution (historical address) Ancestry

Farmington in the War of the Revolution : an historical address delivered at the annual meeting of the Village Library Company of Farmington, Conn., May 3, 1893 Family History Library

Farmington soldiers in the colonial wars : an historical address Ancestry

Farmington soldiers in the colonial wars : an historical address, delivered at the annual meeting of the Village Library Company of Farmington, Conn., September 8, 1897 Family History Library

Granby Military Records

Granby, Connecticut, list of Civil and World War soldiers interred in Granby Street Cemetery Connecticut State Library

Hartford Military Records

Official souvenir and program of monument First Connecticut Heavy Artillery and dedicatory exercises held on state capitol grounds, Hartford, Conn., September 25, 1902 : As a memorial to the three thousand, eight hundred and two brave, loyal and patriotic citizens, who enrolled under Old Glory and gallantly fought for maintaining its honor and dignity to a crowning victory, from 1861-1865. Family History Library

World War I Veterans Database Connecticut State Library

Hartland Military Records

Church records and a list of Hartland Revolutionary Soldiers Family History Library

List of 334 officers and enlisted men in the Revolutionary army from East Hartland, Connecticut Connecticut State Library

New Britain Military Records

Official souvenir and program of the dedication of the Soldiers' Monument, New Britain, Conn., Sept. 19, 1900 Family History Library

Official souvenir and program of the dedication of the Soldiers' Monument, New Britain, Conn., Sept. 19, 1900(includes biographical sketches of Rev. War soldiers) Ancestry

Plainville Military Records

Plainville [Connecticut] Congregational Church records : baptisms 1852-1939, death records 1840-1870, list of men who died in the Civil War, list of burials in the Old Burying Grounds on East Street Family History Library

Simsbury Military Records

Simsbury War Bureau : census taken July 1918 through January 1919, ages 14 years and over Family History Library

Simsbury rate bill, 1776 supplement : an account of those that ware in the service in the year A.D. 1776, Simsbury, November 25, 1776 Family History Library

Simsbury soldiers in the War of the Revolution Family History Library

Simsbury soldiers in the War of the Revolution Connecticut State Library

West Hartford Military Records

History of Sunset Farm, 1867-1993 Connecticut State Library

Wethersfield Military Records

1775, Wethersfield enters the revolution Family History Library

1776-1783, Wethersfield in the Revolution Family History Library

A history of Newgate of Connecticut, at Simsbury, now East Granby : its insurrections and massacres, the imprisonment of the Tories in the revolution, . . . also, some account of the state prison at Wethersfield Family History Library