Clark County, Wisconsin

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Clark County; 517 Court St; Neillsville, WI 54456-1992; Ph. 715.743.5148 Details: (Co Clk has b &amp; d rec, m rec from 1866, land rec from 1855 &amp; nat rec 1857-1954; Reg in Pro has pro rec from 1854) <br>
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Clark County; 517 Court St; Neillsville, WI 54456-1992; <br>Phone. 715.743.5148 <br>Co Clerk has b &amp; d rec, m rec from 1866, land rec from 1855 &amp; nat rec 1857-1954; Reg in Pro has pro rec from 1854) <br>
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Contents

County Courthouse

Clark County; 517 Court St; Neillsville, WI 54456-1992;
Phone. 715.743.5148
Co Clerk has b & d rec, m rec from 1866, land rec from 1855 & nat rec 1857-1954; Reg in Pro has pro rec from 1854)


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Historical Facts

Parent County

1853--Clark County was created 6 July 1853 from Jackson County.  County seat: Neillsville [1]

Boundary Changes

Record Loss

Places / Localities

Populated Places

Neighboring Counties

Resources

Bible Records

Biography

Cemeteries

Census

1855 Wisconsin State Census— Free searchable index to the 1855 Wisconsin State Census can be viewed on the FamilySearch Record Search This census includes name of head of family, individuals in the household by sex and race, number of deaf and dumb, blind, insane and foreign born.

1885 Wisconsin State Census— Free searchable index to the 1885 Wisconsin State Census can be viewed on the FamilySearch Record Search This census includes name of head of family, individuals in the household by sex and race, number of deaf and dumb, blind, insane and foreign born.

Church History and Records

Court Records

Crime and Criminals

Directories

Ethnic, Political, or Religious Groups

Germans

Gazetteers

Genealogy

History

Land and Property

Maps

Migration

Military History and Records

Naturalization and Citizenship

Newspapers

Obituaries

Periodicals

Probate Records

Repositories

Archives, Libraries and Museums
County Courthouse
Family History Centers

Societies

Taxation

Vital Records

Birth
Marriage
Divorce
Death

Voting Registers

Web Sites

References

  1. The Handybook for Genealogists: United States of America,10th ed. (Draper, UT:Everton Publishers, 2002).