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Cemetery Records

Elmwood Cemetery, Yorkville, Illinois

Riverside Cemetery Montgomery, Illinois

Saint Paul's Lutheran Cemetery

Spring Lake Memorial Gardens Cemetery



Census Records

Illinois Census Finder

United States Census Finder



City Directories

City Directories of the United States

Illinois City Directories



County Directory

Kendall County Govenrment



Death Records:

Database of Illinois Death Certificates 1916-1950

Database of Illinois Death Certificates Pre-1916

Index to Grundy County Death Records 1878-1930

Online Databases: Records in the Illinois State Archives

Vital Records Information Illinois



Family Histories:

Ackley Family

Behrens, Foss, Hardtkopf, Kollman and Stolp

Daniel Haigh Family

Daniel Haigh Family Photographs

Families of Du Page, Grundy, Kendall & Will Counties

Hollenback Family

Illinois Norwegian Tri-County - Tri-Township Genealogy Guild
Contains information on Norwegian families in three townships in Grundy, Kendall and LaSalle Counties.

John Shepard Matlock, Sr. Bible Records

Schuyler M. Horton Descendants.

Mathre Family

Mary Rippon, Born in Kendall County. First woman professor at the University of Colorado, Boulder.

Sears - Cox - Hadden Families

Hiram Scofield

William Stephen

Updike Genealogy.



Maps

Illinois County Formation Maps 1790 to the Present

Illinois Census Maps 1810 - 1930



Marriage Records:

Illinois Statewide Marriage Index, 1763-1900


Kendall County Resident's Applications for residence in the Illinois Soldiers and Sailors Home in Quincy, Adams County, Illinois


Norwegian Histories:
A history of the Norwegians of Illinois; a concise record of the struggles and achievements of the early settlers together with a narrative of what is now being done by the Norwegian-Americans of Illinois in the development of their adopted country  by A. E. Strand, Chicago, J. Anderson publishing company [c1905]



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