The Connecticut Nutmegger: new volumes

Bakers and chefs interested in old-fashioned recipes should read Olivia Patch’s short article in Volume 48, Page 103, 119, 163

Today, we have added three new volumes to The Connecticut Nutmegger database. This update covers Volumes 47-49 (2014-2016) adds over 800 pages and 8,700 searchable names.

The Connecticut Nutmegger has served as the “journal of record” for the Connecticut Society of Genealogists, Inc. (CSG) for forty years. During this time, it has captured a wealth of information for genealogists. Vital records, probate records, bible records, headstone records, memorials and other useful records have been published and made readily accessible for genealogical research. Well-documented family histories and genealogical articles, covering hundreds of families – mainly with Connecticut ties – have been presented. Published articles include commentary on and corrections to previously published family lines, vital records and town histories. Book reviews, research tips, queries and other valuable tools for genealogists have been presented.

The index for these records includes full names, publication year (not the year of the record), and article titles and authors.

This update is made possible by the efforts of our volunteer David Anderson. If you have some time and would like to get involved in the database digitization and indexing process please contact Rachel Adams, Database Services Volunteer Coordinator via email at

The entire run of The Connecticut Nutmegger is available at the NEHGS Boston research library, call number F91.C82.

Please note: This database is available to Individual-level and above NEHGS members only. Consider membership.