Membership

The Society's membership year begins June 1. Dues for new and renewed memberships received prior to March 1 will receive a full volume year of journals, beginning with the past August issue. Subscriptions made in March or April must indicate whether they are for the current or following membership year. 

Membership Benefits

  • Four quarterly issues of Connecticut Ancestry
  • Free publication of queries
  • Additional access to Connecticut vital records
  • Notification of society meetings
  • Members-only area of website
  • Monthly email newsletter

Joining Us

To request a membership brochure, please provide your full name and postal mailing address to treasurer <at> connecticutancestry <dot> org, or you may contact us by regular mail at the following address:

Connecticut Ancestry Society, Inc.
P.O. Box 249
Stamford, CT 06904-0249

Membership and Publications Brochure
Alternatively, you can download and print the order form for membership and publications. Then send with your check or money order to the above postal address.
CASBrochure2014-02.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [112.8 KB]

Lastly, you can use the below Paypal-based buttons to join or renew your membership:

Membership Dues

Next Membership Year:

June 1, 2014 to May 31, 2015

Annual Memberships    
Individual (email Journal) $25
Individual (postal Journal) $30
Sustaining $50
Patron $75
Add'l Family (Card Only) $10
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Organization Subscriptions    
Library $35
Society $35
Lifetime Memberships    
Lifetime Individual $750
Add'l Family (Card Only) $250
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Additional non-US postage:

Annual: Add $4 for Canada and $8 for all other non-US.

Lifetime: Add $100 for Canada and $200 for all other non-US.

Donations

Connecticut Ancestry Society, Inc. is qualified as a tax-exempt organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Cash donations in excess of membership dues are deductible charitable expenses. Donations in the form of genealogical materials such as books, manuscripts, diaries, and family Bible records will be made available to the public through a local repository.