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Index to miscellaneous genealogical information in southern Illinois newspapers, 1862-1917

Ed Ferrell
Manuscript/Manuscript with Fiche
English
1989
9 leaves.

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The newspapers were found on microfilm at the Illinois State Historical Library. The newspapers indexed were the Golconda Weekly Herald (Pope Co.); Herald Enterprise (Pope Co.); Harrisburg Chronicle (Saline Co.); Harrisburg Chronicle-Sentinel (Saline Co.); Saline County Register; Hardin County Independent; Independent (Hardin Co.); Metropolis Herald (Massac Co.); Mercury Democrat (Saline Co.); Saline County Democrat; Hardin Mineral (Hardin Co.); Mercury (Saline Co.).

Names of individuals for deaths, marriages, etc., are found in this index, but no names for any of the lists (tax lists, for example) are included. Those lists must be located at the Illinois State Historical Library, or elsewhere, to be of use.

Material is in, generally speaking, chronological order.

Includes: marriages; deaths; tax lists of Harrisburg residents, 1862-1893; 1904 list of school teachers (probably Saline Co.); veteran's pensions (probably Saline Co.); veteran's pensions (probably Pope Co.); etc.

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