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Town of East Windsor records

Identifier: RG062_047

Scope and Content

The records of the town of East Windsor consist of materials divided into seven series - Administrative, Court and Law Enforcement, Military, School, Election, Tax, and Other Records.


  • Creation: 1768-1993

Language of Materials

The records are in English.

Restrictions on Access

These records are stored at an off-site facility and therefore may not be available on a same-day basis.

See the Rules and Procedures for Researchers Using Archival Records and Secured Collections policy.

Historical Note

The town of East Windsor on the east side of the Connecticut River, originally part of the town of Windsor, was incorporated in May 1768. South Windsor separated from East Windsor in May 1845.


30.5 cubic feet


Administrative, court and justice of the peace, military, school, and tax records.


Series 1. Administrative Records, 1768-1946 includes treasurer's accounts, Old Age Survivors and Insurance System information, and town orders on the treasurer.

Series 2. Court and Law Enforcement Records, 1854-1973 includes probate records and police patrol records.

Series 3. Military Records, 1852-1883 includes militia enrollment files.

Series 4. School Records, 1826-1933 includes School Board accounts.

Series 5. Election Records, 1841-1993 includes lists of voters admitted.

Series 6. Tax Records, 1850-1971 includes tax lists, grand lists, polls and rateable estates, and tax collector records.

Series 7. Other Records, 1902-1923 includes material related to the East Windsor Memorial Association.

Acquisition Information

The Town of East Windsor records with accession 2006-006 were donated to the Connecticut State Library in September 2005.

East Windsor Records, Inventory of Town of
Inventory of Records
Finding aid prepared by Bruce P Stark.
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Repository Details

Part of the Connecticut State Library Repository