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February, June and September:

Cos Cob Library

5 Sinawoy, Cos Cob, CT 06907

March and October:

Danbury Public Library

170 Main St, Danbury, CT

April and November:

Trumbull Historical Society

1856 Huntington Turnpike, Trumbull, CT 06611


Fairfield Museum & History Center

370 Beach Rd, Fairfield, CT


Connecticut Ancestry Society, Inc.

PO Box 249, Stamford, CT 06904

Focused on southwestern Connecticut

Greenwich Resources

Towns, Villages & Districts: Banksville, Chickahominy, East Stanwich, Mianus4, North Mianus4, Pemberwick1, Quaker Ridge2, Riverville3, Round Hill5, Stanwich


History: Originally organized in 1642 under the influence of the Dutch colony of New Netherland. In 1650, came under the control of New Haven Colony. Incorporated from Stamford in 1665.


City Office:

Greenwich Town Clerk/Vital Statistics

Town Hall

101 Field Point Road

PO Box 2540

Greenwich, CT 06830


Telephone: (203) 622-7897

Fax: (203) 622-3767

Hours: Monday – Friday 8 am – 4 pm

Birth Records: 1640 – Present

Marriage Records: 1640 – Present

Death Records: 1640 – Present

Comments: Non-certified copies of birth, marriage and death certificates are not available.


Probate Office:

Greenwich Probate District

Town Hall

101 Field Point Road

PO Box 2540

Greenwich, CT 06836

Telephone: (203) 622-7880

Fax: (203) 622-6451

Hours: Monday – Friday 8 am – 4 pm

Probate History:

circa 1642 - 1656, New Netherlands Jurisdiction
1656 - 1665, New Haven Colony Jurisdiction
1662 - May 1666, Particular Court Jurisdiction
May 1666 - May 1728, Fairfield County Court and District
May 1728 - July 3, 1853, Stamford District
July 4, 1853 - Present, Greenwich District

Probate Records at Connecticut State Library:

Record Group 004:057, Greenwich Probate District
containing Probate record books, none; Probate files, 1853-1900.


Cemeteries: Adams, Anderson, Bonnell, Brown, Burying Hill, Calvary, Christ Church, Church, Close, Davis, Episcopal, Ferris, Finch, First Congregational, Fraser, Green, Hitchcock, Howe, Ingersoll, Jewish, Johns, June, Knapp, Lewis, Lockwood-Seward, Lyon, Lyon-Rawson, Lyons, Mead (in Cos Cob), Mead-Roscoe, Merritt, Methodist, Mills, Morrell, New Baptist, New Burying Grounds, New Catholic, North Greenwich, N Greenwich Cong., Old Baptist, Old Cos Cob, Old Greenwich Cong., Old North Stanwich, Old Sound Beach, Palmer, Peck, Putnam, Radford, Reynolds, Ritch, Round Hill, Rundell, Second Congregational, Selleck, St. Mary's, Stanwich, Strang, Studwell, Timpany, Town, Union, Williams


Other Sources:

Greenwich Library

101 W Putnam Avenue

Greenwich, CT 06830


Telephone: (203) 622-7900

Hours: Monday – Friday 9 am – 9 pm

Saturday 9 am – 5 pm

Sunday 1 pm – 5 pm


Greenwich Historical Society

Bush-Holley Historic Site

39 Strickland Road

Cos Cob, CT 06807


Telephone: (203) 869-6899

Museum Hours: Friday – Sunday 12 pm – 4 pm

Library/Archive: Wednesday 10 am – 4 pm


1 Post Office: Riverside

2 Post Office: Old Greenwich

3 Post Office: Glenville

4 Post Office: Cos Cob

5 Post Office: Byram

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