1 edition of Cemeteries of McDonough County, Illinois found in the catalog.
Cemeteries of McDonough County, Illinois
|Statement||[prepared by McDonough County Genealogical Society].|
|Series||McDonough County historical and genealogical miscellany|
|Contributions||McDonough County Genealogical Society.|
|LC Classifications||F547.M13 C35 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||9 v. :|
|LC Control Number||86224286|
There are 4 Cemeteries in McDonough County, Illinois, serving a population of 31, people in an area of square is 1 Cemetery per 7, people, and 1 Cemetery per square miles.. In Illinois, McDonough County is ranked 37th of counties in Cemeteries per capita, and 51st of counties in Cemeteries per square mile. This reprint is of an original map of McDonough County, Illinois and published in within the Plat Book of McDonough County, Illinois by The Occidental Publishing Co. This map is reproduced as a digital ink jet print in full color, measuring approximately x " centered on 13 x .
Atlas map of McDonough County, Illinois  Family History Library History of McDonough County, Illinois: its cities, towns and villages, with early reminiscences, personal incidents and anecdotes, and a complete business directory of the county Genealogy Gophers. McDonough County plat book and farm directory (Illinois) Family History Library. Search Illinois Death Records Illinois Newspapers, Full Search (), titles Illinois Obituary Search, (current) Illinois Funeral Notices. McDonough County Cemetery Records Illinois Select a Cemetery: New Philadelphia Cemetery; Old Prairie City Cemetery (Warren County).
McDonough County Illinois Cemeteries Other IL County Cemeteries: Illinois State Police. St. Clair, Florence Lucinda (b. 29 Oct - d. 8 Jul ) Wife of Herbert St. Clair. St. Clair, Marcus D (b. 8 Feb - d. 24 Jan ) Husband of Susannah St. Clair. Genre/Form: Genealogy: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: McDonough County Genealogical Society. OCLC Number: Notes: Cover title: Cemeteries.
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The cemetery markers project is supported by Clugston-Tibbitts Funeral Home in Macomb and Blandinsville, the Community Quality of Life Advisory Committee, Dodsworth-Piper-Wallen Funeral Home in Macomb, Table Grove State Bank,MidAmerica National Bank, the McDonough County Highway Department, the McDonough County Genealogical Society and the McDonough County Historical.
The World’s largest gravesite collection. Contribute, create and discover gravesites from all over the world. Cemeteries in McDonough County, Illinois, a Find A Grave. McDonough ILGenWeb needs a local Co-Coordinator. Are you familiar with the area.
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General Land Office Records, McDonough County (Source: Explore Ancestry for free) ($). We are the McDonough County Genealogical Society located in Macomb, Illinois.
We meet the 3rd Monday of each month at pm at South Lafayette (Western Illinois Museum). We have a program of genealogy interest before our business meeting.
The public is always welcome. Check our event calendar for specifics. Brief overview of McDonough County history from the McDonough County Historical Society brochure - see Publications No one knows for sure when the first native Americans came to the area later called McDonough County, thousands of years ago, but a seasonal hunting camp located at “Wigwam Hollow” was evident through the s.
Supports the preservation of McDonough County, Illinois heritage Offers free historical programs at their meetings four times a year - September, November,March and May Produces a quarterly newsletter - the McDonough County Historical Society Newsletter.
Volumes of the Rural Cemeteries of McDonough County. He did not have access to a computer. In addition to transcribing information from tombstones, he had to painstakingly access county records (e.g. county tax list), federal census records, and local newspapers requiring a.
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Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a. McDonough County Genealogical Society, Macomb, Illinois. K likes. Welcome to the McDonough County Genealogical Society Page. We are located in Macomb Illinois. By Gordana Rezab, © by Western Illinois State University The whole book is being displayed on the "Internet Archive" site, but we've just plucked out the cemetery information.
The book lists the history of all the place names in McDonough County and is most definitely worth the read (google for it). Cemeteries of McDonough County, Illinois by,The Society edition, in English. McDonough County Plat Maps Bethel: Save page Previous: 1 of Next: View Description.
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Plat book of McDonough County, Illinois comp. & publ. by Geo. Ogle & Co., Chicago, CD ONLY. McDonough County was created from Schuyler County 25 Jan The county seat is Macomb. It is bounded by Hancock, Henderson, Warren, Fulton, & Schuyler. Includes a map of the complete county and a map for each township within the Rating: % positive.
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The books and documents within each county are listed in order of the publication date, whenever possible. NOTE: Many of Cook County, Illinois, Album of Genealogy and Biography with Portraits, History of McDonough County, Illinois, Portrait and Biographical Record of McDonough County, Illinois.
Soldiers and Sailors Buried in Bushnell Cemetery Ro Bushnell, IL. Soldiers and Sailors of McDonough County to Original Source: Records Taken from Secton Book, compiled by Rebecca Parke Chapter, DAR and General Henry Knox Society, G.A.R.The McDonough County Historical Society of McDonough County, Illinois, locates cemeteries in the county and marks them so the cemeteries will not be lost and so that those who came before us will.Online Illinois Death Records Indexes, Obituaries and Cemetery Burials.
Illinois Death Records Index, ; Illinois Deaths and Stillbirths, at FamilySearch includes images of the death certificates for many of the entries (you must be at a Family History Center or FamilySearch affiliate library to view the images).
A version of this database is also available at Ancestry.