The St. Clair County Courthouse completed in 1861
St. Clair County Genealogical
|The first county in Illinois, created in 1790 while still part of the Northwest Territory|
The St. Clair County Genealogical Society continues this project to collect, preserve, and make available for genealogical purposes, Funeral Cards for any person whose birth or death occurred in the county.
The Collection index will appear on this webpage and in the Society Quarterly, at which time copies may be requested as outlined below.
To SCCGS Funeral Card Index
(Includes cards processed since January 2008.)
To Donate Cards to the Collection
SCCGS will archive, index, and preserve photocopies, images, or original Funeral Cards donated for this Collection by anyone.
Send this signed Release, and your Cards
SCCGS will digitize or photocopy your Cards if you are not able to do so. However, SCCGS will not be responsible for loss or damage during this process. Original Cards are only returned to the donor when accompanied by a self-addressed envelope stamped with adequate postage.
Thank you for your donation to this Collection.
To obtain copies of cards
Non-members may request digital or paper copies for a small fee. Fill out the Funeral Card Request Form.
SCCGS Members may receive free digital images of any Card in the Collection. Limit two (2) Cards per request.
Provide us with
Paper copies are available for a small fee. Fill out the Funeral Card Request Form.
Information may be linked to but not copied. Authorized by SCCGS Board of Directors.