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Research Tips:. Be prepared for variation in names and spelling. Use a pedigree chart. Do not focus just on Metis records; use everything available from the time period.
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Look at who is listed next to your ancestor or on the same page in many records--it might be another relative! Most entries include date and place of birth and death, a brief life narrative, and citations to newspaper articles or other sources. Arranged alphabetically. W86 Chaney Room ; ask staff for help. This collection includes 20, cards compiled by Virigina Rogers in These cards list important genealogical information for American Indians and Metis in Minnesota such as names of family members and birth and death dates go back and get a comprehensive list together.
These cards also contain both English, Indian names and translations of Indian names. State Historical Society of North Dakota.
French Indian Biographies, Most of these forms are for settlers in Rolette County, but other counties are represented. The questionnaire, which includes the family history section of either a "Pioneer Data Form" or an "Old Settler Questionnaire," includes the name of the pioneer, birth and death dates, nationality, name of spouse, parents, children, and other relatives, date of marriage, occupation, date of immigration to the United States, date of migration to Dakota Territory, mode of transportation, education, religion, political affiliation, family history, etc.
The entire population of Minnesota was enumerated in two series of censuses: one by the U. Federal Census for Minnesota, Statewide registration of births began in The Family History Library does not have copies of these records, although it does have several indexes. Copies can be obtained by writing to:.
The current fees for obtaining copies of the state's records are listed on the web page of the Wisconsin Vital Records Office. Delayed registrations of births began in The records to are located at the Wisconsin Vital Records Office see address above. Later records are at the county courthouses.
Many of the delayed registrations have been included in the Unedited Pre birth index because the births occurred before statewide registration began. Before statewide registration, individual counties recorded marriages. Copies can be obtained by writing to the Wisconsin Vital Records Office see address above or to the Register of Deeds in the appropriate county. Some records, particularly those from Brown, Crawford, Dodge, and Jefferson counties, begin as early as the s.
Search the Wisconsin Genealogy Index for pre birth, marriage, and death indexes. The Family History Library has microfilm copies of many of the pre marriage records.
Some counties have early marriage records that are not on microfilm. For example, Crawford County has marriage records that begin in The marriage records are listed in the FamilySearch Catalog under the name of the county. Copies are also available at the Wisconsin Historical Society and its area research centers. Beginning about , marriage records generally give the names of the parents of the bride and groom. By the form asked for the parents' places of birth. The index to these records is the Index to Registrations of Marriages, — , which lists one million names that are alphabetically arranged for counties Adams through Racine.
Counties Richland through Wood are not included in the index. Search for variations of the surname when using the index.
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The Wisconsin Historical Society in Wisconsin also has this index. Also available is Indexes for Wisconsin Marriage Records, — Marriage records created since in all counties can be obtained from the Wisconsin Vital Records Office address above or from the Register of Deeds of the appropriate county. To see a coverage map of FamilySearch's holdings of Wisconsin marriages, click here. A few counties began keeping death records in the s, but most records date from the s or later. These documents often give excellent genealogical information.
Search the Wisconsin Genealogy Index for pre death references. Microfilms of the records through have been deposited at the at the Wisconsin Historical Society and the area research centers listed on the Wisconsin Archives and Libraries page.
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Consult the county pages for the records, and the Registration of Deaths, ca. Death certificates usually give birth date and place, death date and place, name of spouse, names of the person's parents, burial place, and residence. After mid-July, , they also give the birth place of the person's father and mother. Copies of these indexes are at the Wisconsin Historical Society, its area research centers, and the Family History Library.