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This is the Connecticut Migrations Project. The purpose of this project is to catalog migrations into and out of Connecticut Counties.  If you have ancestors who lived in Connecticut and know when and where they either migrated to; or from what county, please submit your data below. That puts your  information into the Migrations Database. Follow the search button for data already summitted to the database for  Connecticut. If you have any questions about the Connecticut Migrations Project please contact me.   

Information contained in these pages remains the sole property of the submitter. It is always best to check the validity of submitted information with your own research.

If you would like to volunteer to help with this project please contact Patrick Hays, who is developing and coordinating the Migrations Project.

This is a stand-alone project created by Patrick Hays to further genealogy for researchers.


Connecticut Counties

If you wish to adopt a CT Migrations County, please contact me and place in the subject line, "CT Migrations."


Date Formed

County Seat


Fairfield 1666 Bridgeport needs adopting
Hartford 1666


needs adopting
Litchfield 1751 Litchfield needs adopting
Middlesex 1785 Middletown needs adopting
New Haven 1666 New Haven needs adopting
New London 1666 New London needs adopting
Tolland 1785 Rockville needs adopting
Windham 1726 Putnam needs adopting



Submit Migrations Data

View Connecticut Migrations Data


The Cartographic Creation of New England
Historical Maps form the University of Connecticut
The Perry-Castañeda Library Map Collection at The University of Texas at Austin
American Memory- Library of Congress Map Collections 1544-1996
Migration Charts


City/County -find the city/county you want
Connecticut Cities Locator


Connecticut Webpages
Connecticut GenWeb Project
Connecticut American Local History Network (ALHN)


last update May 03, 2000 10:59 AM

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