Windsor County, Vermont

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Windsor is a county in Vermont. It was formed in 1781–82 from Cumberland County, Vt.. Land records are available from 1784–94(see also Windham County). Windsor's probate records are available from 1787–present. The probate district address for this county is Windsor, Rt. 106/P.O. Box 402, North Springfield 05150. For more information, contact the county at 31 The Green/P.O. Box 275, Woodstock 05091. On the attached map, Windsor is located at F4. Windsor Probate District covers towns in southern part of Windsor County. See Vermont Town Resources. First book of guardianships is missing, as are some pages in the recorded probates. Probate files for 1781—1850 were burned.

For information about the state of Vermont see Vermont Family History Research.

The Counties and County Seats of Vermont

Counties of Vermont
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AddisonBenningtonCaledoniaChittendenEssexFranklinGrand IsleLamoilleOrangeOrleansRutlandWashingtonWindhamWindsor