Some Connecticut Nutmeggers Who Migrated


If you have a broken branch on your family tree and suspect a Connecticut connection, this could be the book for you. This volume provides brief genealogical data on men born in Connecticut from the early 1700s to the early 1800s who migrated to Ohio, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and elsewhere. The data provided for each man varies, but includes his date and place of birth, marriage, and death, and the names of his parents to the extent that all that data was available. The corresponding information is also given for the wife. The data was extracted primarily from published sources such as town and county histories, and family genealogies. Each entry has a citation to the source which is listed in full in the bibliography. The entries are alphabetically arranged by the man’s name and there is a cross-index to the buried names. There are about 2,000 articles naming in excess of 5,000 people.

Grace Louise Knox and Barbara B. Ferris

(1988), 2024, 5½x8½, paper, alphabetical, 324 pp.

ISBN: 9781556131622