Vermont, Births and Christenings, 1765-1908 is a free collection at FamilySearch for more than 200,000 indexed birth, baptism, and christening records from Vermont. “Due to privacy laws, recent records may not be displayed. The year range represents most of the records. A few records may be earlier or later.”
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What Can I Learn from Birth Records?
Vermont birth records may include:
- Child’s full name
- Date and place of child’s birth
- Child’s gender and race
- Child’s baptism date and place
- Father’s name and place of birth
- Mother’s name and place of birth
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How Can Birth Records Help Me Find Other Records?
With Vermont Birth Records information you can:
- Look for the child or parents in the state or federal census and put an entire family together
- Use the place of baptism to search for other church records for this child or family
- Use the parents’ names and child’s place of birth to search for this family in a local city directory
- learn about the parents’ employment from a city directory search
- Use the parents’ places of birth to start searching for their birth records and migration records
- Use the child’s place of birth to search for parents’ land records
- Use the child’s place of birth and parent’s names to search for any tax or court records
- Estimate the parents’ marriage date–if parents married, they generally married before a child’s birth and you may be able to estimate the parents’ marriage date based on children’s birth dates
- Use a child’s birth date to help estimate draft registration date and find draft registration records or military service records