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  1. http://halberstadt.indianasar.org/ Seem most of the site is in development.
  2. http://halberstadt.indianasar.org/ Seem most of the site is in development. View full record
  3. The GoAncestry Library database contains basic information on the printed materials in our library; you can browse the full Library here or use the search feature if you know the title or author. Browse below for a subset of our library focusing on this County:
  4. The GoAncestry Library database contains basic information on the printed materials in our library; you can browse the full Library here or use the search feature if you know the title or author. Browse below for a subset of our library focusing on this County: View full record
  5. To view any records on file please visit our office at: 201 West Main Street, Room 6 Scottsville, KY 42164 Office Hours: 8:00 – 4:30, Monday – Friday 8:00 – Noon, Saturday http://allencountyclerk.com/records/ If you cannot visit this Courthouse, then checking into the Courthouse's partner, Software Management, on the resources they have online is an option. Here is their introduction page: https://ecclix.com/Demo/Index.html. If you want to see what records they have put online, you can search the county in which you are interested here: https://ecclix.com/ECCLIXWhatAvailable.aspx. Be aware that this is a site that requires payment to view records.
  6. This is Family Search's collection of records for Allen County: https://familysearch.org/wiki/en/Allen_County,_Kentucky_Genealogy.
  7. The regular monthly meeting is held at 7 PM, the 3rd Monday of each month at the museum, 301 North Fourth Street. If you are in the area the day of the meeting, the Historical Society invites you to be their guest for the evening. The Museum and Research Room hours: Monday-Thursday 11am-4pm. Or call 270-237-3026 for an appointment http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~kyallen/SOCIETY.htm http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~kyallen/
  8. This site looks like it has a wealth of information to search: http://www.allencountyky.com/database/database.html.
  9. Interment.net - Cemetery Records Online King Cemetery Spencerville Cemetery http://www.interment.net/us/oh/allen.htm Find A Grave http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=csr&CScn=&CScntry=4&CSst=37&CScnty=2041
  10. Interment.net - Cemetery Records Online King Cemetery Spencerville Cemetery http://www.interment.net/us/oh/allen.htm Find A Grave http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=csr&CScn=&CScntry=4&CSst=37&CScnty=2041 View full record
  11. Allen County is named for Colonel John Allen, a participant in the War of 1812. Residents established the county on February 12, 1820. The first white settlement in the county was Fort Amanda, constructed during the War of 1812 to protect Ohio from British invasion and Native American attacks. For full text, see: http://www.ohiohistorycentral.org/w/Allen_County.
  12. Allen County is named for Colonel John Allen, a participant in the War of 1812. Residents established the county on February 12, 1820. The first white settlement in the county was Fort Amanda, constructed during the War of 1812 to protect Ohio from British invasion and Native American attacks. For full text, see: http://www.ohiohistorycentral.org/w/Allen_County. View full record
  13. http://allencogenealogysociety.homestead.com/Main.html
  14. http://allencogenealogysociety.homestead.com/Main.html View full record
  15. Whether you’re an avid museum visitor, a serious historical researcher, or just looking for an enjoyable time out, the Allen County Museum has something for everyone. Our campus includes the main Museum (including the Children’s Discovery Center), the 1893 Victorian MacDonell House, log house, John H. Keller Railroad Archives, and the Elizabeth M. MacDonell Memorial Library. We invite you to come and explore the past. http://www.allencountymuseum.org/ACM2/Welcome.html
  16. Whether you’re an avid museum visitor, a serious historical researcher, or just looking for an enjoyable time out, the Allen County Museum has something for everyone. Our campus includes the main Museum (including the Children’s Discovery Center), the 1893 Victorian MacDonell House, log house, John H. Keller Railroad Archives, and the Elizabeth M. MacDonell Memorial Library. We invite you to come and explore the past. http://www.allencountymuseum.org/ACM2/Welcome.html View full record
  17. Located in Humboldt, Kansas, is a collection of the past. The Humboldt Historical Society was formed in 1966, and was dedicated from the first to preserving the area's heritige. Local residents have donated many of the pieces in the exhibits, and we are proud to feature several displays relevant to early life in Humboldt itself. On the museum grounds sits a one-room schoolhouse, a replica of Fairview School, originally located just East of Humboldt itself. Within are civil records of the area, as well as pictures and society interest pieces from times past. The building is air-conditioned, and administrative tasks are performed here as well by the museum staff. http://humboldtksmuseum.com/ Humboldt Historical Museum Located at the Corner of Second and Neosho Humboldt, Kansas (from the stop light on Bridge Street, West seven blocks, then North three blocks) Open Every Weekend June through the second weekend in October 1:30 - 4:00 PM OR By Appointment Phone: 620-473-5055 We will do our best to provide for information requests regarding the history of the area, and can certainly answer any questions you may have about the museum proper. We now have an email address so if you would prefer to just email us at humboldtkshistoricsociety@gmail.com
  18. Located in Humboldt, Kansas, is a collection of the past. The Humboldt Historical Society was formed in 1966, and was dedicated from the first to preserving the area's heritige. Local residents have donated many of the pieces in the exhibits, and we are proud to feature several displays relevant to early life in Humboldt itself. On the museum grounds sits a one-room schoolhouse, a replica of Fairview School, originally located just East of Humboldt itself. Within are civil records of the area, as well as pictures and society interest pieces from times past. The building is air-conditioned, and administrative tasks are performed here as well by the museum staff. http://humboldtksmuseum.com/ Humboldt Historical Museum Located at the Corner of Second and Neosho Humboldt, Kansas (from the stop light on Bridge Street, West seven blocks, then North three blocks) Open Every Weekend June through the second weekend in October 1:30 - 4:00 PM OR By Appointment Phone: 620-473-5055 We will do our best to provide for information requests regarding the history of the area, and can certainly answer any questions you may have about the museum proper. We now have an email address so if you would prefer to just email us at humboldtkshistoricsociety@gmail.com View full record
  19. Two former residents of Iola visited the Funston museums in 1999. Regarding them as “world class, “ they donated the funds necessary for the Society to purchase the large brick, two-story building located south of the Funston museum complex, as well as additional funds for the Society to remodel a portion of the new building. This building became the new Society headquarters and the new Allen County Museum. Then in 2002, the Society received a HUD grant of 249 thousand 450 dollars for the ”redevelopment of the Funston museum complex.” This covered the cost of remodeling the rest of the first floor of the new Museum building to tell the story of Allen County in the context of Fred Funston’s years growing up. http://allencountyhistory.weebly.com/ CONTACT: Director: Haley Trezise Phone: 620.365.3051 Email: Director.ACHS@gmail.com LOCATION: 20 South Washington Iola, Kansas, 66749 HOURS OF OPERATION: May 1 - October 31: Tuesday - Saturday, 12:30 - 4:00 November 1 - April 30: Tuesday - Saturday, 2:00 - 4:00
  20. Two former residents of Iola visited the Funston museums in 1999. Regarding them as “world class, “ they donated the funds necessary for the Society to purchase the large brick, two-story building located south of the Funston museum complex, as well as additional funds for the Society to remodel a portion of the new building. This building became the new Society headquarters and the new Allen County Museum. Then in 2002, the Society received a HUD grant of 249 thousand 450 dollars for the ”redevelopment of the Funston museum complex.” This covered the cost of remodeling the rest of the first floor of the new Museum building to tell the story of Allen County in the context of Fred Funston’s years growing up. http://allencountyhistory.weebly.com/ CONTACT: Director: Haley Trezise Phone: 620.365.3051 Email: Director.ACHS@gmail.com LOCATION: 20 South Washington Iola, Kansas, 66749 HOURS OF OPERATION: May 1 - October 31: Tuesday - Saturday, 12:30 - 4:00 November 1 - April 30: Tuesday - Saturday, 2:00 - 4:00 View full record
  21. In January 1859, a group of settlers gathered to discuss plans to develop a new town. Many of these people who lived in the county and in the nearby towns of Cofachique and Humboldt were looking to relocate Allen County's seat. After much discussion, it was decided that the new town would be called "Iola", in tribute to Iola Colborn- the wife of Mr. J.F. Colborn who had built the first frame-style home in the area. The land was surveyed and platted with wide streets and a four-block square downtown. In 1860, two small general stores moved from Cofachique to Iola. Soon came a dry goods store, a grocery, clothing store, and drug store. In 1865, Iola became the seat of Allen County. By 1870, the population had increased to 1,500, and the railroads had arrived. However, due to various local and national misfortunes, the town population remained stagnant for the next twenty-five years. Then, in 1895, a great surge in population and expansion hit Iola--giant natural gas pools were discovered in the area. In just nine years, from 1895 to 1904, Iola grew from a town of 1,567 people, to a city of over 11,000. http://www.cityofiola.com/history.html Allen County Historical Society Allen County Historical Museum 20 South Washington P.O. Box 163 Iola, Ks 66749 (620)365-3051 Email
  22. In January 1859, a group of settlers gathered to discuss plans to develop a new town. Many of these people who lived in the county and in the nearby towns of Cofachique and Humboldt were looking to relocate Allen County's seat. After much discussion, it was decided that the new town would be called "Iola", in tribute to Iola Colborn- the wife of Mr. J.F. Colborn who had built the first frame-style home in the area. The land was surveyed and platted with wide streets and a four-block square downtown. In 1860, two small general stores moved from Cofachique to Iola. Soon came a dry goods store, a grocery, clothing store, and drug store. In 1865, Iola became the seat of Allen County. By 1870, the population had increased to 1,500, and the railroads had arrived. However, due to various local and national misfortunes, the town population remained stagnant for the next twenty-five years. Then, in 1895, a great surge in population and expansion hit Iola--giant natural gas pools were discovered in the area. In just nine years, from 1895 to 1904, Iola grew from a town of 1,567 people, to a city of over 11,000. http://www.cityofiola.com/history.html Allen County Historical Society Allen County Historical Museum 20 South Washington P.O. Box 163 Iola, Ks 66749 (620)365-3051 Email View full record
  23. The ACPL Genealogy Center is a unique and valuable resource for the Northeastern Indiana community and the entire genealogical community at large. We have one of the largest research collections available, incorporating records from around the world. Our staff specializes in genealogy and is always available to help. http://www.genealogycenter.org/
  24. The ACPL Genealogy Center is a unique and valuable resource for the Northeastern Indiana community and the entire genealogical community at large. We have one of the largest research collections available, incorporating records from around the world. Our staff specializes in genealogy and is always available to help. http://www.genealogycenter.org/ View full record
  25. We created this page to display county information for each state. Our team is engaged in building out the content to populate this page, sharing genealogy and history information. In the near future, we will be adding our library records which contain Books, Newspapers, Photos, Postcards, and other unique materials. Some of these are being presented to connect descendants with their family heirlooms (postcards, journals, Bibles). These library records will also be useful to those wanting assistance in finding an entry for their ancestors; we will perform "lookups" as time permits. If you have suggestions for content or basic input on the website, send us a message. We would be happy to incorporate your ideas. As we continue to populate this page, it should become more useful in your research so please check back soon!
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