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Addison County Vermont Genealogy

County Seat: Middlebury

Addison County was formed in 1785 from a portion of Rutland County, Vermont.

Addison County, Vermont genealogy and family history page is a place where you can come in and research your genealogy and family history. We also do our best to provide a history of the area, to provide you with an overview of the time in which your ancestors lived.

We regret that we are unable to do personal research for you. All genealogical and family history records we come across are being added to this website. Please keep checking back.

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Addison County Genealogy Records

Biographies Birth Records Cemetery Records
Census Records Church Records Cities & Towns
County Records Death Records Family Bibles
History Topics Land Records Marriage Records
Military Records Miscellaneous Data Newspaper Data
Obituaries School Records Tax List's
1811 Addison County Tax List
Wills/Probate Records

Genealogy Research in Addison County Vermont

Addison County, Vermont Town Clerks generally keep town records that include: records of births, marriages, deaths, burials, cemeteries, appointments, earmarks, estrays (records of stray animals), freemen’s oaths (men eligible to vote), land records, mortgages, name changes, care of the poor, school records, surveys, tax lists, town meeting minutes, voter registrations, and warnings out (of town).

Addison County Clerk:
5 Court St. - Middlebury, VT 05753-1405
Phone: (802) 388-4237

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