Quarterly Table of Contents, Vols. 26 - 30 (2003 - 2007), St. Clair County Genealogical Society (SCCGS)

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SCCGS Quarterly Table of Contents, Volumes 26 - 30 (2003 - 2007)

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VOLUME 26, NUMBER 1, 2003

    										Page(s)
    Civil War Certificate Program ~ Gustave Koerner House Preservation
    	Purpose, Process, Eligibility						1
    	Disposition of Applications and Documentation				2
    	Guidelines for Filling Out Ascent and Documentation 			2
    	Acceptable Documents, Citations, First Certificates Issued		3
    	Substitute Documents, Unacceptable Documents, Certificate Design	4
    	Adopt-a-Soldier Application						5
    	Descendant Application							6
    	Ascent and Documentation Form						7, 8
    	HELP!									9–12
    
    Elisha Mayer and Thomas Mayer, Civil War Soldiers, 22nd Illinois
    	Adopt-Soldier Example: Letter from Parents, England			13–16
    
    St. Peter’s Cemetery, East St. Louis [Sexton’s Book], 
    	(Nov 1891–1903) part 2 of 3 						17–41
    
    St. Peter’s Cemetery, East St. Louis [Sexton’s Book], 
    	(1903–1911) part 3 of 3 						42–46
    
    Transcribing Guidelines								48
    
    Membership News
    	New Members and Surnames They Are Researching, Address Changes		47
    	Notes From the Editor							47
    	Queries									48
    	Publications and Order Forms				52, and inside back cover
    
    Surname Index to this Issue							49–51
    
    

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VOLUME 26, NUMBER 2, 2003

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    1930 Directory of the Polish People of East St. Louis, Washington Park, 
    	and Fairmont City							53–88
    Translations from Memoir of the 25th Jubilee of the Polish Falcons Society  	89–95
    Blum Family Cemetery, Mascoutah Township  					96
    Lebanon Precinct Election Petition – 1824   					97
    Lebanon Precinct Election Petition – 1840   					98
    Jacob McCarty Land Entry Case File						99
    Notes From the Editor 								100
    	
    Surname Index to this Issue							101–102
    

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VOLUME 26, NUMBER 3, 2003

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    1880 Federal Census, East St. Louis Ward 4			105–120
    Landowners – 1863:  Township 2 North Range 8 West 3 P.M.	121–122
    Before and After Germans to America				123–125
    How I Won a Free Trip to Hamburg, Germany			126–132
    
    St. Clair County Immigrant Series
    Free People of Color: The Donegan Family			133–134
    A Brief History of Israel Strait and Hannah Thompson		135–136
    Immigration of Three Rodenmayer Brothers to 
    	Belleville in the Mid-1800s				137–140
    From England to St. Clair via New Orleans:  
    	William and Mary Gedney Flint				141–144
    Finding Leopold Trost						144–148
    New Athens(Ill) Journal 30 January 1914: Veterans’ Graves	149
    
    Notes From the Editor						150–151
    Queries								149
    Surname Index to this Issue					152–154
    

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VOLUME 26, NUMBER 4, 2003

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    The Baumann Family of Pfiffligheim and Worms, 
    	Rhinehessen, Germany, and Belleville		155–163
    Cholera 1849 and California Mining 1850  		164–168
    1880 U.S. Census, Caseyville Township 2N R8W	  	169–186
    Swansea - 1910 U.S. Census  				187–193
    Registered Physicians and Accoucheurs 1878		194, 195
    O’Fallon Area Tidbits					196, 197
    Treasurer’s Report - Three-year Trend  			198, 199
    SCCGS Budget 2004					200
    
    New Members and Surnames They Are Researching		163, 197
    Queries							201
    Surname Index to this Issue				202–205
    

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VOLUME 27, NUMBER 1, 2004 [out-of-print, Order pages]

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James M. Black, Civil War Vet					1–2, 25
1880 Federal Census: Belleville Wards 1 and 2			3–25
Online: East St. Louis City Court 
	Naturalization Papers Index 1874–1906			26–28   Read more about
Delinquent Tax List for 1840					29–31
Looking Glass Prairie Election Precinct Petitions – 1834	32
Petitions for Election Precinct at Levi Lancaster’s Place 	33
St. Peter’s Catholic Church, Belleville 
	Death Register 1843–1854				34–46
Queries, New Members						47, 48
Notes From the Editor 						49
Surname Index to this Issue					50–52, inside back cover

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VOLUME 27, NUMBER 2, 2004

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    James Shields: Illinois Senator and Irish Poet			53-54
    1880 Federal Census: Belleville Ward 3				55-65
    Indentures and Adoptions 1858–1899				66-71
    St. Adalbert Church Records, East St. Louis
    	Baptismal Register [index] 25 Aug 1901 - 10 Oct 1909	72-78
    St. Peter's Catholic Church, Belleville
    	Death Register 1855-1859				79-87
    Franklin Elementary School Graduates				88
    1862 Military Census Township 1 North Range 8 West		89-95
    
    Notes From the Editor						95
    Queries								96
    New Members and Surnames They Are Researching, Address Changes	96
    Surname Index to this Issue					97-101
    
    
    

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VOLUME 27, NUMBER 3, 2004

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    Comprehensive Index to Caseyville’s Sesquicentennial History	105–130, 150
    St. Adalbert Baptismal Book II Index 1909–1915			131–136
    Addendum: Freeburg Tribune Obituary Index 1904–1939		137, 138
    Louisiana St. John						139–141
    Conrad Schanuel, Caseyville Township Politician			142–144
    Francis Stauder’s Sorrows 1836–1888				145–150
       
    Notes From the Editor 						144
    New Members and Surnames They Are Researching, Address Changes	151, 152
    Queries								152
    
    Surname Index to this Issue					153–154
    
    

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VOLUME 27, NUMBER 4, 2004

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    1862 Military Census, Township 2 South Range 8 West  		157–162
    1880 Federal Census, Belleville Wards 4 and 5  			163–185
    St. Adalbert Catholic Church, East St. Louis
    	Baptismal Book III Index 1915–1923  			186–192
    	Baptismal Book IV Index 1923–1930 			193–199
    
    Polish Alphabet							192
    Corrections							201
    
    New Members and Surnames They Are Researching, Address Changes	200, 201
    Notes from the Editor 						201
    Queries								200
    
    Surname Index to this Issue					202–208
    
    
    

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VOLUME 28, NUMBER 1, 2005

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    1862 Military Census, Township 1 South Range 6 West – 
    	Engelmann Township 					1–5
    1880 Federal Census, Belleville Wards 6 and 7 			6–18
    Military Discharges – C (series) 				19–33, 46
    St. Adalbert Catholic Parish Marriage Register Index 1904–1930	34–41
    The Steamer Shepherdess Hits Snag 1844
    	Enroute from Cincinnati to New Orleans via St. Louis 	42–44
    Lenzburg Soldiers in World War I				45
    World War I Monument in East St. Louis				45
    
    Notes from the Editor 
         Circuit Court Case Files 1819–1840, Probate Acquisitions	46
    New Members and Surnames They Are Researching, 			47, 48
    Queries								48
    
    Surname Index to this Issue					49–57
    
    
    

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VOLUME 28, NUMBER 2, 2005

    								Page(s)
    1862 Military Census, Township 1 North Range 6 West – 
    	Town of Mascoutah and Mascoutah Township		61–74
    1880 Federal Census, Town of Shiloh 
    	and Shiloh Valley Township 1 North Range 7 West		75–83
    Business and Personal Index to The Greater Belleville, 1910 	84–100
    Military Discharges – Da (series)				101–103
    St. Adalbert Catholic Parish Death Register Index 1904–1930	104–113, 83
    
    Notes from the Editor 
         Conference in Tennessee, Probate Records Now at the BPL	114
    
    Surname Index to this Issue					115–121
    
    

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VOLUME 28, NUMBER 3, 2005

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    1862 Military Census, Belleville Ward 1				123–127
    1880 Federal Census, O’Fallon and Township 2 North Range 7 West	128–139
    Belleville’s Early Cemeteries: Green Mount, Harrison, 
    	Old Burial Ground, Poor Farm and Walnut Hill		140–159
    Bodies Moved from Belleville Area Cemeteries for Interment
    	In Green Mount Cemetery (Non-sectarian)			160–167
    National Personnel Records Center 				168, 169, 167
    Bylaws of the St. Clair County Genealogical Society 		170–174
    
    Notes from the Editor 
    	Give Back to Society; Probate Microfilm; 
    	Check Your Last Quarterly 				175
    New Members and Surnames They Are Researching			176–177
    Queries								175
    
    Surname Index to this Issue					179–182
    
    
    

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VOLUME 28, NUMBER 4, 2005 [out-of-print, Order pages]

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    1880 Federal Census, Town of Mascoutah, and
    	Townships 1 North, and 1 South, Range 6 West	183–211
    Military Discharges De–Do (series)			212–217
    Booker T. Washington Cemetery				218, 219
    Co-operative Miners’ Protective Society			219
    William C. Kinney’s Body Removed from 
    	Harrison Cemetery to Springfield		220
    Mascoutah Growth, 1854					220–222
    Insane Asylums and Charitable Institutions		222, 223
    Christian Michael Reigelmann				224, 225
    Schaafheim, Germany Celebrates 1,175th Anniversary	225
    Glass Negatives, Strathman Photographers, 
    	Fayetteville, Illinois Area 1898–1924		226–229
    
    New Members and Surnames Researching, Address Changes	230–231
    Notes from the Editor 					232
    Queries							211
    
    Surname Index to this Issue				233–239
    
    

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VOLUME 29, NUMBER 1, 2006

    								Page(s)
    1849–1867 Members of the Platonian Literary Society
    	McKendree College, Lebanon, Illinois 			1–17
    1880 Federal Census: Sugar Loaf Township (T1N R10W), 
    	East Carondolet, Cahokia, and 
    	Township 1 North Range 8 (part) 			18–43
    Old Graveyard Sold at Public Auction 
    	to St. Peter’s Church 1887				43
    Johann Friedrich Schloemann: 
    	A Letter to His Brother in Germany, 1863 		44–48
    Civil War Era Letters Written to George Wiesenborn, 
    	Millstadt, Illinois 1862 – 1865 			49–52
    
    Notes from the Editor 						53
    New Members and Surnames They Are Researching, Address Changes	53
    Queries								53
    
    Surname Index to this Issue					54–59
    
    

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VOLUME 29, NUMBER 2, 2006

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    1880 Federal Census: Lebanon Township 				61–67
    	Township 1 South Range 7 West and Freeburg 		68–78
    
    First Presbyterian and Westminster Presbyterian, 
    	East St. Louis, Illinois : The 1952 Expansion 		79–86
    
    Military Discharges – Dr–Dy, E (series) 			87–95
    1862 Military Census: Township 1 South Range 7 West
    	 Freeburg Precinct  					96–102
    Finding August Sorgea: Immigrant and Soldier			103–105
    
    Members Celebrate 25 or More Years in Society 			106
    Naturalization Paper: Wilhelm Schmidt				109
    		Charles Gottlieb Lehmann			110
    Guidelines for Using Repositories and Libraries NGS		111
    	Genealogical Self-Improvement and Growth NGS		112
    
    Notes from the Editor 					108
    New Members and Surnames They Are Researching, Address Changes	102, 107
    In Memoriam							102
    Queries								108
    
    Surname Index to this Issue					113–118
    
    

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VOLUME 29, NUMBER 3, 2006

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    1862 Military Census: Township 2 South Range 6 West 		121–127
    	                         Cahokia 			128–134
    
    1880 Federal Census: Township 3 South 7 West 			136–140
    	                    Township 1 South 10 West 		141–142
    
    Research Tip							134
    Daniel Vollmer Proof of Death 1851  				135
    Kleine School, Prairie du Long Township				143
    
    Civil War Pension Files: Henry Schueremann
    	        Henry Briesacher, Christian Briesacher	144–146
    
    Jane Woodrum: Finding the Past in My Own Backyard 		147–148
    
    Military Discharges - F 					149–157
    Military Discharges - G 					158–170
    
    Death Roll for 1913 Mascoutah 					170
    Transcriptions Wanted for Publication				171
    
    New Members and Surnames They Are Researching, Address Changes	172–173
    NEW PUBLICATION: ST. PAUL UCC FLORAVILLE			Inside back cover
    
    Surname Index to this Issue					174–180, inside back cover
    
    
    

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VOLUME 29, NUMBER 4, 2006

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    1862 Military Census, City of Belleville 4th Ward 		181–189, 200
    1880 Federal Census: Township 1 North Range 9 West 		190–200
    		Township 1 South Range 9 West 			201–206
    
    Military Discharges – H–Hei (series) 				207–216, 206
    1900 Federal Census: Village of Swansea and County Poor Farm 	217–225
    
    Corrections; Newspaper Tidbits					225
    Web Site Is A Must-Use Research Tool				233
    Civil War Honor-A-Soldier Application				235
    
    Notes from the Editor   1880 Census Concludes, Future Articles	227
    New Members and Surnames They Are Researching, Address Changes	226
    Queries								225
    Publications and Order Forms				234, inside back cover
    Membership Application						236
    Surname Index to this Issue					228–233
    

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VOLUME 30, NUMBER 1, 2007

New Series Begins: Death Register Index 1878–1900!

    								Page(s)
    1862 Military Census, T2N R7W Alma, Lebanon, O’Fallon		1–9
    1880 Federal Census: Marissa and T3S R6W			10–21
    Just for Laughs							21
    
    Passenger List for Bremen Brig Columbia				22–26
    
    St. Clair County Death Registers: An Overview			27–30
    Extracts from Death Register Book 1: 
    	Nov 1877 – 6 February 1879				31–48
    
    Historical Boundaries as a Research Aid				49
    Illinois Research Before Statehood: A Bibliography		50–55
    Books Online							59
    New Publication: St. Peter’s Roman 
    	Catholic Church Census 1888–1895, Belleville		59
    
    Notes from the Editor 						48, 55
    New Members and Surnames They Are Researching, Address Changes	56, 57
    Queries								58
    Publications and Order Forms				64, inside back cover
    Surname Index to this Issue					59–63
    

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VOLUME 30, NUMBER 2, 2007

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    Marriage Index 1906						65–91
    Extracts from Death Register Book 1: 
    	8 Feb 1879 – 19 May 1880				92–108
    
    Society Members Mark 30 Years					108
    Miller – Neuman Bible Record					109, 110
    Civil War Descendant Project Certificates			111, 112
    
    Notes from the Editor						113, 114, 112
    Special Sale! Records of the 
    	German Methodist Church...Belleville 1840–1998		122
    Queries								110
    Publications and Order Forms					122, 123, 124
    Genealogist’s Code of Ethics					inside back cover
    
    Surname Index to this Issue					114–122
    
    

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VOLUME 30, NUMBER 3, 2007

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    Of Dads, Dreams, and Dulcimers: An Ernst Story			125
    
    Marriage Index 1907						126–154
    Extracts from Death Register Book 1: 
    	21 May 1880–15 April 1881				155–166
    
    Military Discharges Hej–Hz 					167–179, 166
    Miller Cemetery (Section 28 T1N R8W)				182
          
    New Members and Surnames They Are Researching, Address Changes	180, 181
    Notes from the Editor						181
    Membership Application						184
    Publications and Order Forms				183, inside back cover
    
    Surname Index to this Issue					185–192
    

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VOLUME 30, NUMBER 4, 2007 [out-of-print, Order pages]

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    Business and Personal Name Index: 
    	Historical Review of Belleville, 1870			193–211
    Genealogy Is							211
    Extracts from Death Register Book 1 
    	18 April 1881– 6 March 1882				212–223
    McClintock and Bailey Tidbits					223
    Leibrock Letters from Horse Prairie 1845			224–230
    	Addendum						231
    
    Military Discharges I – J					232–240
    President’s Report 2007 					242
    SCCGS Four–year Fiscal Report 					243–244
    Marriage Index 1908 (part)					245–248
    
    Notes from the Editor 						240
    New Members and Surnames They Are Researching, Address Changes	241
    In Memory of							241
    Publications and Order Forms				255, 256, inside back cover
    
    Surname Index to this Issue					249–254
    
    

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