Windham County, Vermont

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Windham is a county in Vermont. It was formed in 1781 from Cumberland County, Vt.. Cumberland County Deeds are available from 1766–74;1772–77. Windham's probate records are available from 1781–present. The probate district address for this county is Marlboro, West River Rd., P.O. Box 523, Brattleboro 05301. For more information, contact the county at P.O. Box 36, Newfane 05345. On the attached map, Windham is located at J4. Marlboro Probate District covers the towns in southern part of Windham County. See Vermont Town Resources.

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

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