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General Information About Connecticut Death Records and Laws
Connecticut death records are available for most needs. There are many instances in which these records become valuable. Many times, death records provide information such as the name of the individual, family connections including spouses, children or another near relative as well as information about the person's address and sometimes the cause of death. In addition, these records can help you to find other records, including birth records, marriage documentation and other details you may not know right now.
The use of these records can be incredible. You can use this information to gather data on your family's history, property ownership or just to learn details about a person's death. However, there are some limitations in place. In most cases, immediately after a death and for several years after that, it is a requirement to provide a reason for the accessing of this data. However, the records in Connecticut are open to the public. So, how do you get them?
The first step is to turn to the right source. The state is one of the oldest in terms of record collecting. The local town clerks began recording Connecticut death records as early as 1640. For the next years, through the collection of this data was not regular. It is possible to find data from 1640 through the middle of the 19th century, but it can be more difficult to do. The State Board of Health of Connecticut was established in 1870. At that time, recording of Connecticut death records became much more regulated but still was maintained at the township level. Most of this information remains collected through townships even until this time. Connecticut vital records are then recorded at the state level as well.
If you know the township or city of the person who you are searching for, obtaining Connecticut death records at that level will be much more thorough and easier to obtain in general. However, you can also gather most basic data from the State Department of Health as well. The Department of Health has records on file from as early as July of 1897. To contact them, visit the following location or contact the location directly.
State Department of Health
Vital Records Department
150 Washington Street
Harford, Connecticut 06106
It is possible to contact the location by phone as well. To do that, you will need to call 860-566-2334. This may allow you to make a formal request for the Connecticut death records you need, though it can take several weeks to receive them. The process is simple at the state level, but takes time. For more timely results, contact the local public health facility or township clerk instead.
The use of Connecticut death records can be extensive, but obtaining this information can be difficult if you are unsure of where a person lived or died. The state's records are some of the longest in the history of the country, though which makes it ideal for searching for additional information to complete your family tree.
Connecticut Death Records
  • Accident Reports

    Reports and Records Unit
    1111 Country Club Rd
    Middletown, CT 064576457
    p (860) 685-8250
  • CT Department of Public Health

    CT Department of Public Health State Office of Vital Records
    410 Capitol Ave.
    MS#11VRS P.O. Box 340308
    Hartford,, CT 06134-0308
    p (860) 509-7700
  • Town Clerk's Office

    979 Main Street
    Willimantic, CT 6226
    p (860) 465-3013
  • Vital Records

    Vital Records Monroe Town Clerk, Town Hall
    7 Fan Hill Road
    Monroe, CT 6468
    p (203) 452-2811

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