The Particular Court of the Colony of Connecticut was established soon after the Colony came into existence and it acted as a "tribunal for the settlement of differences and the establishment of the just rights between particular persons..." In its records will be found all manner of court proceedings including civil and criminal cases, and probate actions. In 1664 "the Particular Court went out of existence and was succeeded by the Quarter Courts or County Courts and by the Court of Assistants." The index includes all person and place names as well as the subjects and objects of importance.
Connecticut Historical Society
1928, (2023), paper, 312 pp.