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  1. Seems this book is right side pages; just the even numbered pages. The left is in Germany, Lutheran Baptisms, Marriages, and Burials, 1518-1921 Schleswig-Holstein Marne Heiraten 1801-1864
  2. A pretty good list that I have found very helpful over time. http://wiki-en.genealogy.net/Abbreviations
  3. Starting on this book from the back towards the front. Images 1 - 479 Heiraten: 188-414 1864-1875 415 -1864 Tote: 417 - 479 1801-1802
  4. Reviewing this record at present to begin my Schleswig research. Surnames: Tagge, Hollers, Kruse, Kucht, ??
  5. The New Hampshire Grants: Being Transcripts of the Charters of Townships and ...
  6. https://portal.ct.gov/DPH/Vital-Records/State-Vital-Records-Office--Home The Connecticut Department of Public Health’s State Vital Records Office maintains the statewide registries for births, deaths, marriages and fetal deaths for all vital events occurring in Connecticut from July 1, 1897 to present. Each of Connecticut’s 169 towns operates a vital records office that issues certificates for birth, death, marriage, and fetal death events that occurred in that town. The towns also retain copies of birth, death, marriage, and fetal death certificates for events occurring in Connecticut to persons who were a resident of that town at the time of the event. Vital records prior to July 1, 1897 are maintained only at the vital records office of the town where the vital event took place. The Connecticut State Library maintains indexes and some collections of historical vital records which may help identify where an event took place. To learn more about the collections of vital records available at the Connecticut State Library, visit its website at https://ctstatelibrary.org/. View full record
  7. https://ctstatelibrary.org/state-archives/ Since 1855 the Connecticut State Library has acquired historical records from the three branches of State government. In 1909, the General Assembly made the State Library the official State Archives. The Archives contains more than 48,000 cubic feet of records documenting the evolution of state public policy and its implementation, the rights and claims of citizens, and the history of Connecticut and its people. http://libguides.ctstatelibrary.org/hg/home View full record
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