Become a member (or renew)
February, June and September:
Stamford Historical Society
1508 High Ridge Rd, Stamford, CT
March, July and October:
Danbury Public Library
170 Main St, Danbury, CT
April, August and November:
The Trumbull Library
33 Quality St, Trumbull, CT
Fairfield Museum & History Center
370 Beach Rd, Fairfield, CT
Connecticut Ancestry Society, Inc.
PO Box 249, Stamford, CT 06904
Check back regularly to find out what is happening at our society.
Having stalled for some of the late renewals, the August journal has finally gone to the printer. Keep an eye out in your mailbox as you should receive your copy of the journal in the next two to four weeks.
Cannot wait? The journal will be uploaded to the members area of the website before the end of the week!
Membership cards for the new membership year that begins on June 1 have gone in the mail for those that have renewed through May 7th. New batches will go out weekly, so get your renewal in as soon as possible.
This new membership year represents some interesting changes:
Some photos from our annual meeting have been posted in our gallery.
The new Members Area will be opening for members of Connecticut Ancestry Society on June 1, 2012. Look in your welcome letter with your new membership card (being sent out mid-May) for the password. Be aware that password will be activated on June 1, even though you will receive the letter prior to that date.
The Members Area will give access to:
It is that time of year of again! Our membership year is coming to a close with our annual meeting scheduled for May 5, 2012.
Renewal reminders and annual meeting notices have gone in the mail on April 5th. Please try to renew early!
Visit our Join Us page to take advantage of the convenient Paypal-based buttons and save a stamp!
The 1940 US Federal Census is due to be released to the public in April. The images will be available almost immediately at several online websites for you to browse. The indexes that allow each of us to search by name will be worked on by volunteers throughout the world.
You may want to visit Steve Morse's website to learn how to determine the Enumeration District which can be helpful when browsing the 1940 Census until name indexes become available.