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Because not all reference materials can be available to everyone, volunteers who have access to these materials can provide a valuable service by reviewing or searching them for information about person (s) and families being researched by others.

Please follow these guidelines when requesting a lookup:

  • Put "SEDGWICK COUNTY LOOKUP" as the subject of your message. This will help ensure that your request is not accidentally overlooked.
  • Limit your request to 1 or 2 specific names -- a request such as "anything you have about the SMITH family" will be ignored or rejected.
  • Provide as much appropriate information as you know i.e. names, dates, places, relationships.
  • Due to the copyright laws, lookup volunteers cannot provide copies or extensive information extracts from books unless permission has been obtained from the copyright holder or the copyright has expired. They can confirm that the publication appears to contain information pertinent to your request, and may be able to refer you to a place to review or acquire the reference work.
  • Be patient, these people are volunteers and may not always be able to respond to your request immediately. And, please, don't forget to thank the volunteer for their time and effort.

I am always in need of more Lookup Volunteers. If you own or have access to materials which would be of interest to the genealogical researcher, and would be able to provide this valuable service please contact me.

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The following persons have agreed to provide lookups; contact them directly to request the information.

Billi Johnson -- (Note: this email address does not work. I would like to thank Billi for the work that has been done. If anyone knows of a new email address please contact [E-Mail Icon]

  • The History of Sedgwick County, Colorado, Vol. I, by the Fort Sedgwick Historical Society, 1982.


  • The History of Sedgwick County, Colorado, Vol. II, by the Fort Sedgwick Historical Society, 1985.


  • I have been indexing the Sedgwick County Probate Records for the past year. I do have a great many names now from the beginning of Sedgwick County in 1889 to about 1937. 


  • Gone, But Not Forgotten: Hillside Cemetery, Julesburg, Colorado (2nd Ed.), by Denise M. Thyne, 1996. Every grave site through 1995 is listed with name, dates, inscription, and location.


  • Things I Remember About Our Family, by Carl Victor Johnson, 1955-1960.
    Six Chapters forming a Memoir of Carl Victor Johnson (1886-1966), beginning with his remembrances of his father Chris Johnson (1847-1921), the Danish Immigrant/Railroad Laborer at "end of track" town of Julesburg/Farmer and mother Mercy Elizabeth (Pike) Johnson (1848-1927). References to Colorado Counties of Weld, Logan, Sedgwick, Morgan, Denver, Huerfano; Nebraska Counties of Cheyenne, Lancaster, Lincoln, and Duell.


Bob Riffenburgh --

  • The History of Sedgwick County, Colorado, Vol. I, by the Fort Sedgwick Historical Society, 1982
  • The History of Sedgwick County, Colorado, Vol. II, by the Fort Sedgwick Historical Society, 1985

Retired (Email bounced) If anyone knows her new email address please update me. For now there is no contact information for her.

Jodie Lanckriet Atwood 

  • The Lanckriet Family by Debbie Cwik and Margaret Jones, updated October 1990.
    This book includes information on Edmund Lanckriet and Suzanne Klug and all their descendents. It tells how the Lanckriet and Klug families came to Julesburg Colorado. It also has some information on their ancestors.

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