Journal of the Society
Initially published as the Bulletin in 1958, the Society's periodical has been titled Connecticut Ancestry since 1971 and now averages 50 pages per quarterly issue. The journal's contents include well-researched and documented articles on families with roots in southwestern Connecticut, transcriptions of previously unpublished source material, and articles on genealogical technique. Members are encouraged to submit the results of their own research projects for publication.
Also published are queries, book reviews, and a calendar of genealogical events sponsored by our Society and by others. Since 1985, an every-name index is included in the last issue of each annual volume. Indexes for the earlier volumes are available from our list of publications along with back issues, as available.
Connecticut Ancestry, back issues (if available). $10.00 per issue or $30.00 per full volume year. Volume 47 available only as the 50th Anniversary Commemorative Issue.
There is a listing of past issue "Table of Contents" that can be searched using your browser's "Find" feature after going to this Past Journals page.
Connecticut Ancestry, 50th Anniversary Commemorative Issue. Hardbound copy of volume 47 featuring retrospectives on the history of the Society, finding aids to articles in past issues, and research on area families by thirteen invited contributors. 224 + xii pages, with an every-name index. $50.00.
Every Name Indexes
Connecticut Ancestry, Every Name Indexes:
Since 1985, an every-name index is included in the last issue of each annual volume covering that entire volume year. To facilitate your ability to find articles related to your ancestors, we are in the process of uploading for free download those indexes. Go to the Indexes page to download each one and search on your own.
We can still send the below combined indexes to you via postal mail.
Vol. 1-13 (to 5/71) $15.00
Vol. 14-20 (to 5/78) $20.00
Vol. 21-25 (to 5/83) $15.00
Vol. 26-27 (to 5/85) $10.00
or All four indices, Vols. 1 thru 27 $40.00.
Later indexes found in the fourth issue of that volume. Order the particular back issue via the links above.