Quarterly Volumes 26 – 30

 

VOLUME 26 NUMBER 1, 2003  Volume  Issue  Page
Civil War Certificate Program ~ Gustave Koerner House Preservation
   Purpose, Process, Eligibility 26 1 1
   Disposition of Applications and Documentation 26 1 2
   Guidelines for Filling Out Ascent and Documentation / Adopt-a-Soldier Sheets 26 1 2
   Acceptable Documents, Citations, First Certificates Issued 26 1 3
   Substitute Documents, Unacceptable Documents, Certificate Design 26 1 4
   Adopt-a-Soldier Application 26 1 5
   Descendant Application 26 1 6
   Ascent and Documentation Form 26 1 7, 8
   HELP! 26 1 9 – 12
Elisha Mayer and Thomas Mayer, Civil War Soldiers, 22nd Illinois: Adopt-Soldier Example: Letter from Parents, England 26 1 13 – 16
St. Peter’s Cemetery, East St. Louis [Sexton’s Book], (Nov 1891–1903) part 2 of 3 26 1 17 – 41
St. Peter’s Cemetery, East St. Louis [Sexton’s Book], (1903–1911) part 3 of 3 26 1 42 – 46
New Members and Surnames They Are Researching, Address Changes 26 1 47
Notes From the Editor 26 1 47
Queries 26 1 48
Transcription Guidelines 26 1 48
Surname Index to this Issue 26 1 49 – 51
VOLUME 26 NUMBER 2, 2003  Volume  Issue  Page
1930 Directory of the Polish People of East St. Louis, Washington Park, and Fairmont City 26 2 53 – 88
Translations from Memoir of the 25th Jubilee of the Polish Falcons Society 26 2 89 – 95
Blum Family Cemetery, Mascoutah Township 26 2 96
Lebanon Precinct Election Petition – 1824 26 2 97
Lebanon Precinct Election Petition – 1840 26 2 98
Jacob McCarty Land Entry Case File 26 2 99
Notes From the Editor 26 2 100
Surname Index to this Issue 26 2 101 – 102
VOLUME 26 NUMBER 3, 2003  Volume  Issue  Page
1880 Federal Census, East St. Louis Ward 4 26 3 105 – 120
Landowners – 1863:  Township 2 North Range 8 West 3 P.M. 26 3 121 – 122
Before and After Germans to America 26 3 123 – 125
How I Won a Free Trip to Hamburg, Germany 26 3 126 – 132
St. Clair County Immigrant Series
Free People of Color: The Donegan Family 26 3 133 – 134
A Brief History of Israel Strait and Hannah Thompson 26 3 135 – 136
Immigration of Three Rodenmayer Brothers to Belleville in the mid-1800s 26 3 137 – 140
From England to St. Clair via New Orleans: William and Mary Gedney Flint 26 3 141 – 144
Finding Leopold Trost 26 3 144 – 148
New Athens(Ill) Journal 30 January 1914: Veterans’ Graves 26 3 149
Queries; New Members 26 3 149
Notes From the Editor 26 3 150 – 151
Surname Index to this Issue 26 3 152 – 154
VOLUME 26 NUMBER 4, 2003  Volume Issue  Page
The Baumann Family of Pfiffligheim and Worms, Rhinehessen, Germany, and Belleville, St. Clair County, Illinois 26 4 155 – 163
New Members and Surnames They Are Researching 26 4 163, 197
Cholera 1849 and California Mining 1850 26 4 164 – 168
1880 U.S. Census, Caseyville Township 2N R8W 26 4 169 – 186
Swansea – 1910 U.S. Census 26 4 187 – 193
Registered Physicians and Accoucheurs [Midwives] 1878 26 4 194, 195
O’Fallon Area Tidbits 26 4 196, 197
Treasurer’s Report – Three-year Trend 26 4 198, 199
SCCGS Budget 2004 26 4 200
Queries 26 4 201
Surname Index to this Issue 26 4 202 – 205
VOLUME 27 NUMBER 1, 2004  Volume Issue Page
James M. Black, Civil War Vet 27 1 1 – 2, 25
1880 Federal Census: Belleville Wards 1 and 2 27 1 3 – 25
Online: East St. Louis City Court Naturalization Papers Index 1874–1906 27 1 26 – 28
Delinquent Tax List for 1840 27 1 29 – 31
Looking Glass Prairie Election Precinct Petitions – 1834 27 1 32
Petitions for Election Precinct at Levi Lancaster’s Place [undated] 27 1 33
St. Peter’s Catholic Church, Belleville: Death Register 1843–1854 27 1 34 – 46
Queries, New Members 27 1 47, 48
Notes From the Editor 27 1 49
Surname Index to this Issue 27 1 50 – 52, inside back cover
VOLUME 27 NUMBER 2, 2004  Volume Issue Page
James Shields: Illinois Senator and Irish Poet 27 2 53 – 54
1880 Federal Census: Belleville Ward 3 27 2 55 – 65
Indentures and Adoptions 1858–1899 27 2 66 – 71
St. Adalbert Church Records, East St. Louis: Baptismal Register [index] 25 Aug 1901 – 10 Oct 1909 27 2 72 – 78
St. Peter’s Catholic Church, Belleville: Death Register 1855-1859 27 2 79 – 87
Franklin Elementary School Graduates 27 2 88
1862 Military Census Township 1 North Range 8 West 27 2 89 – 95
Notes From the Editor 27 2 95
Queries 27 2 96
New Members and Surnames They Are Researching, Address Changes 27 2 96
Surname Index to this Issue 27 2 97 – 101
VOLUME 27 NUMBER 3, 2004  Volume Issue Page
Comprehensive Index to Caseyville’s Sesquicentennial History 27 3 105 – 130, 150
St. Adalbert Baptismal Book II Index 1909–1915 27 3 131 – 136
Addendum: Freeburg Tribune Obituary Index 1904–1939 27 3 137, 138
Louisiana St. John 27 3 139 – 141
Conrad Schanuel, Caseyville Township Politician 27 3 142 – 144
Notes From the Editor [Thanks to SCCGS Volunteers Galore] 27 3 144
Francis Stauder’s Sorrows 1836–1888 27 3 145 – 150
New Members and Surnames They Are Researching, Address Changes 27 3 151, 152
Queries 27 3 152
Surname Index to this Issue 27 3 153 – 154
VOLUME 27 NUMBER 4, 2004  Volume Issue Page
1862 Military Census, Township 2 South Range 8 West 27 4 157 – 162
1880 Federal Census, Belleville Wards 4 and 5 27 4 163 – 185
St. Adalbert Catholic Church, East St. Louis
   Baptismal Book III Index 1915–1923 27 4 186 – 192
   Baptismal Book IV Index 1923–1930 27 4 193 – 199
Polish Alphabet 27 4 192
Queries 27 4 200
New Members and Surnames They Are Researching, Address Changes 27 4 200, 201
Corrections: Gansmann not Gauseman 1880 [in Quarterly 27: 1] 27 4 201
Notes from the Editor 27 4 201
Surname Index to this Issue 27 4 202 – 208
VOLUME 28 NUMBER 1, 2005  Volume Issue Page
1862 Military Census, Township 1 South Range 6 West – Engelmann Township 28 1 1 – 5
1880 Federal Census, Belleville Wards 6 and 7 28 1 6 – 18
Military Discharges – C (series) 28 1 19 – 33, 46
St. Adalbert Catholic Parish Marriage Register Index 1904–1930 28 1 34 – 41
The Steamer Shepherdess Hits Snag 1844 Enroute from Cincinnati to New Orleans via St. Louis 28 1 42 – 44
Lenzburg Soldiers in World War I 28 1 45
World War I Monument in East St. Louis 28 1 45
Notes from the Editor: Circuit Court Case Files 1819–1840, Probate Acquisitions 28 1 46
New Members and Surnames They Are Researching 28 1 47, 48
Queries 28 1 48
Surname Index to this Issue 28 1 49 – 57
VOLUME 28 NUMBER 2, 2005  Volume Issue Page
1862 Military Census, Township 1 North Range 6 West –Town of Mascoutah and Mascoutah Township 28 2 61 – 74
1880 Federal Census, Town of Shiloh and Shiloh Valley Township 1 North Range 7 West 28 2 75 – 83
Business and Personal Index to The Greater Belleville, 1910 28 2 84 – 100
Military Discharges – Da (series) 28 2 101 – 103
St. Adalbert Catholic Parish Death Register Index 1904–1930 28 2 104 – 113, 83
Notes from the Editor: Conference in Tennessee, 28 2 114
   Probate Records Now at the BPL
Surname Index to this Issue 28 2 115 – 121
VOLUME 28 NUMBER 3, 2005  Volume Issue Page
1862 Military Census, Belleville Ward 1 28 3 123 – 127
1880 Federal Census, O’Fallon and Township 2 North Range 7 West 28 3 128 – 139
Belleville’s Early Cemeteries: Green Mount, Harrison, Old Burial Ground, Poor Farm and Walnut Hill 28 3 140 – 159
Bodies Moved from Belleville Area Cemeteries for Interment in Green Mount Cemetery (Non-sectarian) 28 3 160 – 167
National Personnel Records Center 28 3 167, 168, 169,
Bylaws of the St. Clair County Genealogical Society 28 3 170 – 174
Notes from the Editor: Give Back to Society; Probate Microfilm; Check Your Last Quarterly 28 3 175
Queries 28 3 175
New Members and Surnames They Are Researching 28 3 176 – 177
Surname Index to this Issue 28 3 179 – 182
VOLUME 28 NUMBER 4, 2005  Volume Issue Page
1880 Federal Census, Town of Mascoutah, and Townships 1 North, and 1 South, Range 6 West 28 4 183 – 211
Queries 28 4 211
Military Discharges De–Do (series) 28 4 212 – 217
Booker T. Washington Cemetery 28 4 218, 219
Co-operative Miners’ Protective Society 28 4 219
William C. Kinney’s Body Removed from Harrison Cemetery to Springfield 28 4 220
Mascoutah Growth, 1854 28 4 220 – 222
Insane Asylums and Charitable Institutions 28 4 222, 223
Christian Michael Reigelmann 28 4 224, 225
Schaafheim, Germany Celebrates 1,175th Anniversary 28 4 225
Glass Negatives, Strathman Photographers, Fayetteville, Illinois Area 1898–1924 28 4 226 – 229
New Members and Surnames They Are Researching, Address Changes 28 4 230 – 231
Notes from the Editor 28 4 232
Surname Index to this Issue 28 4 233 – 239
VOLUME 29 NUMBER 1, 2006  Volume Issue Page
1849–1867 Members of the Platonian Literary Society, McKendree College, Lebanon, Illinois 29 1 1 – 17
1880 Federal Census: Sugar Loaf Township (T1N R10W), East Carondolet, Cahokia, and Township 1 North Range 8 (part) 29 1 18 – 43
Old Graveyard Sold at Public Auction to St. Peter’s Church 1887 29 1 43
Johann Friedrich Schloemann:  A Letter to His Brother in Germany, 1863 29 1 44 – 48
Civil War Era Letters Written to George Wiesenborn, Millstadt, Illinois 1862 – 1865 29 1 49 – 52
Notes from the Editor 29 1 53
New Members and Surnames They Are Researching, Address Changes 29 1 53
Queries 29 1 53
Surname Index to this Issue 29 1 54 – 59
VOLUME 29 NUMBER 2, 2006  Volume Issue Page
1880 Federal Census: Lebanon Township, Township 1 South Range 7 West and Freeburg 29 2 61 – 67; 68 – 78
First Presbyterian and Westminster Presbyterian, East St. Louis, Illinois : The 1952 Expansion 29 2 79 – 86
Military Discharges – Dr–Dy, E (series) 29 2 87 – 95
1862 Military Census: Township 1 South Range 7 West, Freeburg Precinct 29 2 96 – 102
New Members and Surnames They Are Researching, Address Changes 29 2 102, 107
In Memoriam 29 2 102
Finding August Sorgea: Immigrant and Soldier 29 2 103 – 105
Members Celebrate 25 or More Years in Society 29 2 106
Notes from the Editor 29 2 108
Queries 29 2 108
Naturalization Paper: Wilhelm Schmidt; Charles Gottlieb Lehmann 29 2 109, 110
Guidelines for Using Repositories and Libraries 29 2 111
 Guidelines for Genealogical Self-Improvement and Growth 29 2 112
Surname Index to this Issue 29 2 113 – 118
VOLUME 29 NUMBER 3, 2006  Volume Issue Page
1862 Military Census: Township 2 South Range 6 West 29 3 121 – 127
1862 Military Census:  Cahokia 29 3 128 – 134
Research Tip 29 3 134
Daniel Vollmer Proof of Death 1851 29 3 135
1880 Federal Census: Township 3 South 7 West 29 3 136 – 140
1880 Federal Census: Township 1 South 10 West 29 3 141 – 142
Kleine School, Prairie du Long Township 29 3 143
Civil War Pension Files: Henry Schueremann, Henry Briesacher, Christian Briesacher 29 3 144 – 146
Jane Woodrum: Finding the Past in My Own Backyard 29 3 147 – 148
Military Discharges – F 29 3 149 – 157
Military Discharges – G 29 3 158 – 170
Death Roll for 1913 Mascoutah 29 3 170
Transcriptions Wanted for Publication 29 3 171
New Members and Surnames They Are Researching, Address Changes 29 3 172 – 173
NEW PUBLICATION: ST. PAUL UCC FLORAVILLE 29 3 Inside back cover
Surname Index to this Issue 29 3 174 – 180, inside back cover
VOLUME 29 NUMBER 4, 2006  Volume Issue Page
1862 Military Census, City of Belleville 4th Ward 29 4 181 – 189, 200
1880 Federal Census: Township 1 North Range 9 West 29 4 190 – 200
1880 Federal Census: Township 1 South Range 9 West 29 4 201 – 206
Military Discharges – H–Hei (series) 29 4 207 – 216, 206
1900 Federal Census: Village of Swansea and County Poor Farm 29 4 217 – 225
Queries 29 4 225
Corrections; Newspaper Tidbits 29 4 225
New Members and Surnames They Are Researching, Address Changes 29 4 226
Notes from the Editor : 1880 Census Concludes, Future Articles 29 4 227
Web Site Is A Must-Use Research Tool 29 4 233
Surname Index to this Issue 29 4 228 – 233
Civil War Honor-A-Soldier Application Form 29 4 235
VOLUME 30 NUMBER 1, 2007  Volume Issue Page
1862 Military Census, T2N R7W Alma, Lebanon, O’Fallon 30 1 1 – 9
1880 Federal Census: Marissa and T3S R6W 30 1 10 – 21
Just for Laughs [Humorous research requests] 30 1 21
Passenger List for Bremen Brig Columbia 30 1 22 – 26
St. Clair County Death Registers: An Overview 30 1 27 – 30
Extracts from Death Register Book 1: Nov 1877 – 6 February 1879 30 1 31 – 48
Notes from the Editor 30 1 48, 55
Historical Boundaries as a Research Aid 30 1 49
Illinois Research Before Statehood: A Bibliography 30 1 50 – 55
New Members and Surnames They Are Researching, Address Changes 30 1 56, 57
Queries 30 1 58
Books Online for St. Clair County 30 1 59
New Publication: St. Peter’s Roman Catholic Church Census 1888–1895, Belleville 30 1 59
Surname Index to this Issue 30 1 59 – 63
VOLUME 30 NUMBER 2, 2007  Volume Issue Page
Marriage Index 1906 30 2 65 – 91
Extracts from Death Register Book 1: 8 Feb 1879 – 19 May 1880 30 2 92 – 108
Society Members Mark 30 Years 30 2 108
Miller – Neuman Bible Record 30 2 109, 110
Queries 30 2 110
Civil War Descendant Project Certificates Issued for 44 30 2 111, 112
Notes from the Editor 30 2 113, 114, 112
Surname Index to this Issue 30 2 114 – 122
Sale! Records of the German Methodist Church -Belleville 1840–1998 30 2 122
Genealogist’s Code of Ethics 30 2 inside back cover
VOLUME 30 NUMBER 3, 2007  Volume Issue Page
Of Dads, Dreams, and Dulcimers: An Ernst Story 30 3 125
Marriage Index 1907 30 3 126 – 154
Extracts from Death Register Book 1:  21 May 1880–15 April 1881 30 3 155 – 166
Military Discharges Hej–Hz 30 3 167 – 179, 166
New Members and Surnames They Are Researching, Address Changes 30 3 180, 181
Notes from the Editor 30 3 181
Miller Cemetery (Section 28 T1N R8W) 30 3 182
Surname Index to this Issue 30 3 185 – 192
VOLUME 30 NUMBER 4, 2007  Volume Issue Page
Business and Personal Name Index: Historical Review of Belleville, 1870 30 4 193 – 211
Genealogy Is 30 4 211
Extracts from Death Register Book 1: 18 April 1881– 6 March 1882 30 4 212 – 223
McClintock and Bailey Tidbits 30 4 223
Leibrock Letters from Horse Prairie 1845; Addendum 30 4 224 – 230; 231
Military Discharges I – J 30 4 232 – 240
Notes from the Editor 30 4 240
New Members and Surnames They Are Researching, Address Changes 30 4 241
In Memory of Esther (Hemphill) Laumbattus 30 4 241
President’s Report 2007 30 4 242
SCCGS Four–year Fiscal Report 30 4 243 – 244
Marriage Index 1908, part (Brides: A – Cr;) 30 4 245 – 248
Surname Index to this Issue 30 4 249 – 254

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