Langlade County, Wisconsin

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Langlade County; 800 Clermont St; Antigo, WI 54409-1985; Ph. 715.627.6200 Details: (Formerly New Co. Name changed to Langlade 19 Feb 1880) (Reg of Deeds has b & d rec; Co Clk has m rec from 1918; Clk Cir Ct has div & ct rec; Reg in Pro has pro rec; Co Asr has land rec)
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Langlade County; 800 Clermont St; Antigo, WI 54409-1985; <br>Phone. 715.627.6200 <br>Formerly New Co. Name changed to Langlade 19 Feb 1880) (Reg of Deeds has b &amp; d rec; Co Clk has m rec from 1918; Clk Cir Ct has div &amp; ct rec; Reg in Pro has pro rec; Co Asr has land rec)  
  
 
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County Courthouse

Langlade County; 800 Clermont St; Antigo, WI 54409-1985;
Phone. 715.627.6200
Formerly New Co. Name changed to Langlade 19 Feb 1880) (Reg of Deeds has b & d rec; Co Clk has m rec from 1918; Clk Cir Ct has div & ct rec; Reg in Pro has pro rec; Co Asr has land rec)

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Historical Facts

Parent County

1880 - Langlade Couty was created 19 February 1880 by the renaming of New County. County seat: Antigo [1]

Boundary Changes

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Neighboring Counties

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References

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