Discover details of your ancestor’s burial in records from Connecticut.
Each result will provide you with a transcript detailing the following information:
This collection of Connecticut burials includes records from the towns of Coventry, East Hampton, Mansfield, New Haven, Norfolk, Norwich, Simsbury, Windsor, and Woodstock.
These records have been transcribed from public domain records.
Nathan Hale’s death record is included in this collection. Hale was a soldier during the American Revolutionary War. During the war, Hale volunteered to be a spy against the British in New York City. However, he was captured and executed by the British. Hale was credited with saying, prior to his hanging, ‘I only regret that I have but one life to lose for my country’. In the records, Hale is noted as Capt with his death occurring in September of 1776. In 1985, Hale was designated Connecticut’s state hero.
Occasionally, a first or last name was not recorded. If the individual was young, sometimes only child was recorded for a first name.
If you are having difficulty finding your ancestor: try searching on just a first or last name or try searching with just your ancestor’s first initial.