Ancestry Library Edition ~ By subscription In library use only.
Provided by WVLS,
Wisconsin Valley Library Service. (Includes Social Security Death Index.)
Heritage Quest Online
Now through Badgerlink.
- Local & Wisconsin Genealogy:
Lincoln County - Register
of Deeds information
Lincoln County - Cemetery
Lincoln County - Genealogy
at the State Historical Society of Wisconsin
Genealogical Research Service at the State Historical Society of
Vital Records website
Wisconsin Genealogy Index
Search for pre-1907 Vital Records (VR), including birth,
death, and marriage records as well as for 150,000 Wisconsin Name Index (WNI)
records, including biographical sketches, obituaries, and newspaper articles
published before 2000.
site contains listings and links to all the obituary notices supplied online by
all the newspapers in the United States. The states are arranged alphabetically
with their newspapers listed by name and city.
The site also lists prominent deaths for the date, as
well as those reported by the Associated Press.
Hunt Obituary Search - Has
newspaper obituary links for each state where you will find RECENT
newspaper obituaries. Many of these newspaper sites have an
obituary search engine and some have newspaper archives as well to help
locate obituaries dating a few years back. Also links to organizations who
have OLD obituary search engines and indexes available for you to
National Cemeteries Graveside Locator Search
for burial locations of veterans and their dependents in VA National
Cemeteries, state veterans cemeteries and various other Department of Interior
and military cemeteries.
Other genealogy resources :
List ~ 291,330+
links for family history. A categorized & cross-referenced index to genealogical resources on
Acts of Genealogical Kindness
Lists volunteers who will perform at least one genealogical
research task per month in their area.
: This site connects
people so they can share their genealogical research.
Internet site for Family Search, published by
the Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints.
- Surname and place searches.
- the most comprehensive
resource for locating vital records.
for Disease Control's - Where to write for Vital Records.
American Family Immigration History Center
The American Family
Immigration History Center (AFIHC), located on Ellis Island and the World
Wide Web, makes the millions of immigrant arrival records in the
Ellis Island Archives available to everyone.
Archives Canada is an innovative knowledge institution that combines the
collections, services and staff expertise of the former National Library
of Canada and National Archives of Canada.
Wisconsin history resources:
Wisconsin Digitization Project - Includes
photos of the Lincoln and Marathon County
railroads, schools, libraries.
T. B. Scott Library was a major contributor to this project.
Blue Books online - Published
annually from 1879-1883 and then biennially since 1885 to the present day, the
State of Wisconsin Blue Book is the primary one-volume reference source about
the state, documenting the organization of the state’s three branches of
government (legislative, executive, and judicial). Covers 1879 through
Magazine of History Archives -
Search, read and print past issues of
the Wisconsin Magazine of History!
More than 2,000 feature articles
totaling over 30,000 pages, exactly as they originally appeared, will be
available here shortly. About a third of them are online now. Volumes 1-35
are available now (over 13,000 pages issued 1917-1952). All back issues
will be accessible later this year. Your search results will vary day to
day as we add more issues and improve performance in coming months. This
free online access to the Wisconsin Magazine of History is made possible
by a generous grant from the Schoenleber Foundation of Milwaukee.
Other History Research Sources
Historical Societies (Wisconsin)
Historical Society of Wisconsin
Research Network (Wisconsin)