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Douglas County, Minnesota

 

 

Douglas County Townships
 Lund Twp. T130N R40W  Millerville Twp. T130N R39W  Leaf Valley Twp. T130N R38W  Miltona Twp. T130N R37W  Spruce Hill Twp. T130N R36W
 Evansville Twp. T129N R40W  Brandon Twp. T129N R39W  Ida Twp. T129N R38W  Carlos Twp. T129N R37W  Belle River Twp. T129N R36W
 Urness Twp. T128N R40W  Moe Twp. T128N R39W  La Grand Twp. T128N R38W  Alexandria City
Alex Twp. T128N R37W
 Osakis Twp. T128N R36W
 Solem Twp. T127N R40W  Holmes City Twp. T127N R39W  Lake Mary Twp. T127N R38W  Hudson Twp. T127N R37W  Orange Twp. T127N R36W

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1860 Federal Census
Surname List Links for further research
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Links to U.S. and Minnesota GenWeb sites.
Douglas County MESSAGE BOARDS, Queries, Biographies, Obituaries
Old Queries Douglas County Historical Society
Douglas County Family History Pages Douglas County Genealogy Guild

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Douglas County MN GenWeb

The MN GenWeb Project

In July 1996, the page for Minnesota GenWeb was started. We are proud to be a part of the USGenWeb project, which is an effort to organize genealogical materials on the Internet. Our goal is to provide a web site specializing in genealogy in Minnesota with an emphasis on the county level. Our project's success is only possible through the support of volunteers.

My name is Jan Sedore, and I am the person responsible for Douglas County. If you would like to contribute your information to this page or volunteer to help others with their research by doing lookups, please let me know. If you would like to host a county, contact the Minnesota State Coordinator MNGenWeb Project

Take a look at Surrounding Counties

It is best to also check records in surrounding counties for your ancestors. Some of the reasons are: New counties divided out of old larger counties as the population grew. Many of Douglas County residents traveled to other counties for business and legal matters. Some records are there because they had family in that county and when they visited they stayed for long periods due to transportation, or a major life event would take place such as births, deaths, marriages. Another reason is a family lived on the edge of Douglas County and were closer to a larger town in the next county, and went there to register a vital event. Douglas County is bordered by the following eight (6) counties:

 

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