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*Bristol, R. I.'s early settlers {{FHL|565730|item}} ▲ {{FHL|1322222|item}} <br>The families covered are those of the eighty-one settlers who attended the town's first meeting in 1681 as well as those who were the original proprietors of the Mount Hope Lands that became Bristol.
  
 
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Revision as of 04:33, 6 September 2010

United States Gotoarrow-kelly.png Rhode Island Gotoarrow-kelly.png Bristol County Gotoarrow-kelly.png Bristol

Quick Facts

Wikipedia
Wikipedia has more about this subject: Bristol, Rhode Island
  • Fomerly shire town (county seat) of Bristol County, Rhode Island

Town Hall

Resources

Archives and Libraries

  • Town Hall Archives
    The Town of Bristol holds documents dating from Bristol’s earliest years; first as a town of Plymouth Colony (1680-1691), later as a Town of Massachusetts (1691-1747) and finally as a colonial Town in Rhode Island (since 1747).
    These archives include early birth, death, and marriage records in addition to the records of the Town Meetings (prior to 1971) and Town Council records that date back to the 17th Century.
    The Town Clerk’s Office is currently involved in a project to process and catalogue a set of miscellaneous documents relating to the action of the Bristol Town Council in its capacity of the head of Town government and Overseer of the Poor from the early 18th Century to about 1900.
    This project, funded through the State Archives and a grant from the Rhode Island Foundation, should be completed and available for limited public use for educational purposes during 2007.

Biographies

Gotoarrow-kelly.png Church History and Records

Cemeteries

Congregational Church

  • Copies of inscriptions taken from gravestones in the Old East Burial Ground, Juniper Hill Cemetery, Congregational Church Yard, Walker Hill Cemetery FHL Collection

East Burial

Juniper Hill

  • Copies of inscriptions taken from gravestones in the Old East Burial Ground, Juniper Hill Cemetery, Congregational Church Yard, Walker Hill Cemetery FHL Collection

North Burial

Old East Burial

  • Copies of inscriptions taken from gravestones in the Old East Burial Ground, Juniper Hill Cemetery, Congregational Church Yard, Walker Hill Cemetery FHL Collection

Walker Hill

  • Copies of inscriptions taken from gravestones in the Old East Burial Ground, Juniper Hill Cemetery, Congregational Church Yard, Walker Hill Cemetery FHL Collection

Centennial Celebrations, etc.

  • Celebration of the two-hundredth anniversary of the settlement of the town of Bristol, Rhode Island: September 24th, A.D. 1880 FHL Collection

Church History and Records

Congregational

  • Historical sketches of the First Congregational Church, Bristol, R.I., 1687-1872 FHL Collection
  • Manual of the First Congregational Church, Bristol R. I., 1687-1872 FHL Collection

Episcopal

Court Records

Directories

  • Bristol, Warren and Barrington (Rhode Island) city directories FHL Collection

Dwellings

  • Historic and architectural resources of Bristol, Rhode Island FHL Collection

Genealogy

  • Bristol, R. I.'s early settlers FHL CollectionFHL Collection
    The families covered are those of the eighty-one settlers who attended the town's first meeting in 1681 as well as those who were the original proprietors of the Mount Hope Lands that became Bristol.

Land and Property

Military Hisory and Records

Newspapers

Probate Records

Vital Records

Societies, Libraries and Museums

Websites

References

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