Vital Records of Lamoille County, Vermont

Vital records in Vermont are maintained by the Department of Buildings and General Services in Montpelier. Lamoille County, Vermont, like other counties in Vermont had its vital records recorded at the local level up until 1924 when the state began to receive a copy of these records.

  • Vermont Vital Records, 1760-1954
    This free database of Vermont vital records contains over 72,000 records for Lamoille County, Vermont. You should start your search here. If the records indexed so far do not produce the desired result then try a more in depth search by accessing the records of each town that have not yet been indexed in this database. They appear in the town headings below.

Belvidere, Vermont

  • Belvidere Town Proceedings, 1797-1899
    Often in early Vermont the vital records of towns were mixed into the town proceedings records. This can be a needle in a haystack type of search as there will be no indexes and the records that make up a town’s proceedings are extremely varied.
  • Vital records of Belvidere, Vermont, 1781-2000; indexes, 1860-1940
    Microfilm of original records in the Town Hall, Belvidere, Vermont. Many marriage certificates have the license information on the front and the marriage certification information on the back. Most of the microfilm for this collection is contained in the Vermont Vital Records, 1760-1954 database and can be searched via it. However, the following two microfilms have not yet been indexed:
  • Belvidere, Vermont, death records, 1989-2005
    Digital images of originals housed at the Town Clerk’s Office, Belvidere Center, Vermont.

 Cambridge, Vermont

Eden, Vermont

Elmore, Vermont

Hyde Park, Vermont

Johnson, Vermont

Mansfield, Vermont

  • Mansfield Town and vital records, 1815-1844 – Item 1 of microfilm
    Microfilm of original records filmed at Stowe, Vermont. Town records include proceedings of town meetings, town business, and vital records. Vital records include births, deaths, marriages, and family records. Each volume individually indexed.

Morristown, Vermont

Morrisville, Vermont

See Morristown, Vermont.

Sterling, Vermont

In 1828 the west part of Sterling was annexed to Concord. In 1855 the rest of the town was split among Johnson, Stowe and Morristown. The town records were incorporated with those of Morristown. Microfilm of original records filmed in Morrisville, Vermont.

Stowe, Vermont

Waterville, Vermont

  • Town and vital records, 1807-April 2000
    Microfilm of original records in the Town Hall, Waterville, Vermont. Many marriage certificates have the license information on the front and the marriage certification information on the back. Town records include proceedings of town meetings, road surveys, school district reports, earmarks for cattle and sheep, licenses, town business and vital records. Most of the microfilm for this collection is contained in the Vermont Vital Records, 1760-1954 database and can be searched via it. However, the following microfilm has not yet been indexed:
  • Waterville, Vermont, death records, 2000-2006
    Digital images of originals housed at the Lamoille County Clerk-Treasurer, Waterville, Vermont.

Wolcott, Vermont

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