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This site was updated 14 June 2014

Lee County Genealogical Society

Organized in 1964
P.O. Box 303

Keokuk, Iowa, 52632  

email contact: Richard.newton@generationspast.net

   
Our Purpose:

Promote an Interest in Genealogy
Preserve Genealogical and historic data
Aid individual research
Increase area libraries genealogical holdings
Publish a quarterly newsletter

 
Become a Member:

Membership is open to anyone with an interest in Lee Co. research. Dues are $8.00 for an Individual & 10.00 for a family.
Membership Application

Membership Benefits:

Free queries for members
Quarterly Newsletter
A quarterly newsletter is sent to all Society members and is also exchanged with a number of other genealogical organizations. Issues include area history, extractions from area newspapers, public records and individual collections. Queries and a list of surnames of recently researched individuals or families are included in the newsletter. Queries are printed free for members and at a charge of $2.50 for non-members.

 
Meetings:

Members and visitors are welcome to attend the meetings held at the Keokuk Public Library Round Room. Meetings are held on the fourth Thursday (Jan.-Oct.) and the third Thursday (Nov.-Dec.) at 6:30 p.m.

During the Summer months, we may meet else where, for summer hours and places check back here.

 
Society Publications & Online Indexes:

Abstracts & Indexes
Wills Abstract
Probate Index
Marriage Records 1837-1921  (not inclusive)
Current price list

Online Indexes

 Lee County Cemetery Index

 
Research Services:

$6.00 /hour donation is requested
Extra expenses are billed to you.
Please enclose a self-addressed stamped envelope
Research Request Form

 
Contact Us:

email contact: Richard Newton

Mailing:

Lee County Genealogy Society
P.O. Box 303
Keokuk, Iowa 52632

 
Our Officers:
  President: Elsie Boyer Vice President: Pat Morrison Recording Sectretary: Terry Altheida
  Treasurer: Sarah Anchutz Research: Richard Newton Librarian: Mary Hull
  Historian: Sarah Anchutz Sunshine: Elsie Boyer Corresponding Secretary: Richard Newton
Gleaning Editors: Dawn Laughary