|Hello, my name
is Claudia and I'm the Coordinator for Hennepin County Minnesota.
have material to add, or are willing to do lookups, please contact me. For
a list of ways you can help, check our
I'm unable to do research myself, so please do not write asking me to find your families. However, if I can, I'll be happy to try and direct you to where information might be found. We have several great volunteers under the "LOOKUPS" section below that will are willing to do research or lookup information in resources available to them. There are also many contributed records on some of our pages. Please take a look around, send me your feedback with any ideas and of course contributions. You can direct questions to me at SchumanC@comcast.net
THAT HAS BEEN PLACED IN THE ARCHIVES.
Also, check out the MN STATEWIDE ARCHIVES
|CEMETERIES||WHERE TO FIND BURIED ANCESTORS|
|BIRTH RECORDS||Minnesota Birth Indexes. The database has been updated to include the years 1900-1934. Additional records will be added to the database as they become available. This link will take you offsite.|
HENNEPIN COUNTY CENSUS
Links to census transcriptions where available
USGENWEB CENSUS PROJECT
This will take you off-site
|CITY DIRECTORIES||NEW! SEARCHABLE DIGITIZED MINNEAPOLIS CITY DIRECTORIES 1859-1917|
|CHURCHES||CHURCHES IN HENNEPIN COUNTY This will take you off-site.|
|CITIES AND TOWNS||CHECK FOR INFO. ON INDIVIDUAL COMMUNITIES|
|CITY OF MINNEAPOLIS||MANY LINKS TO THE HISTORY OF THE CITY OF MINNEAPOLIS|
|CIVIL WAR PENSIONERS||CIVIL WAR PENSIONERS ON THE ROLL LIVING IN HENNEPIN COUNTY IN 1883|
Currently, this database indexes the death cards from 1904 to 1907 and the death certificates from 1908 to 2001.
|HENNEPIN BIOGRAPHY PROJECT||
OF PAST HENNEPIN COUNTY RESIDENTS
|HISTORY OF HENNEPIN COUNTY||
MISC. LOCAL HISTORY FOR HENNEPIN COUNTY
List of early land owners, misc. photos, maps and more
WHERE THE BOOKS ARE.
|LINKS||MINNESOTA STATE-WIDE RESEARCH LINKS FOR FURTHER REVIEW|
|LOOKUPS||LOOKUP VOLUNTEERS TO ASSIST YOU|
|LOST & FOUND TREASURES||REUNITE FAMILIES WITH MEMORABILIA Or submit your own "Wish List"!|
|MAILING LIST||JOIN "THE HENNEPIN COUNTY LIST" TO STAY INFORMED|
|MARRIAGE RECORDS||MINNESOTA OFFICIAL MARRIAGE SYSTEM (MOMS) (Click on "certificate search")|
WHERE TO POST AND VIEW
QUERIES, SURNAMES, ETC.
This will take you off-site.
|MILITARY RECORDS||MISC. MILITARY RECORDS FOR HENNEPIN COUNTY|
|MISC. LINKS||MISC. LINKS TO HELP IN YOUR RESEARCH|
|MINNESOTA FAMILY GROUP SHEETS||
SUBMIT YOUR MINNESOTA FAMILY GROUP SHEETS
This will take you off-site
WHERE TO FIND NATURALIZATION RECORDS
This will take you off-site
|NEIGHBORING COUNTIES||COUNTIES SURROUNDING HENNEPIN|
LIST OF LOCAL NEWSPAPERS
and misc. items (obits., birth announcements, marriage licenses) from old newspapers.
WEB SITES OF OTHERS
RESEARCHING HENNEPIN COUNTY FAMILIES
VIEW THE "GOOD OLD
DAYS" IN HENNEPIN COUNTY
|SCHOOLS IN HENNEPIN COUNTY||
WHERE PEOPLE WENT TO SCHOOL
IN HENNEPIN COUNTY
Photos of local schools and some misc. school records--check it out!!
HISTORICAL AND GENEALOGY
|UNIDENTIFIED & ORPHANED PHOTOS||
SUBMIT AND SEARCH FOR PHOTOS OF
WHERE TO FIND BIRTH, DEATH
AND MARRIAGE RECORDS
MOMS--Minnesota Official Marriage System
A FEW PROJECTS THAT NEED YOUR HELP.
|E-MAIL COORDINATOR||Please e-mail me if you have suggestions or comments.|
The pages for the Minnesota GenWeb began in July of 1996. 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.
Volunteers are needed in all phases of this project from the county through the national level. Would you like to help? Here's how.
Host a County Page. You don't have to live in the county you are hosting! If the county in which you are interested does not have a host and you wish to participate, please read the FAQ first, then contact the MNGenWeb State Coordinator. If there already is a volunteer for that county, write to that person and offer to be an assistant. If you would like to volunteer to host a county, please contact the MN State Coordinator, Terri Shipp at email@example.com
Submit Records to the Archives. Transcribe public records - census, plats, cemeteries, land deeds, births and deaths, marriages, voters' lists, post office locations - any public record that will help genealogists find their ancestors, even if the record is for a small area or short time period. Everything helps. Contact the county or state coordinator if you have data for the archives.
Offer to do Lookups. Do you have an old plat book, a church or town history, or anything similar on the history of an area and its people? Can you look up records at your county courthouse or historical society? Contact the coordinator of the county for which you have reference material and offer to do lookups for other researchers. Please see the USGenWeb Project's Official Copyright Policy regarding copyrights and lookups.
Post Queries. Someone may be looking for the information you have as well as having the information you need.
Submit Your Surnames. This is another way for people to find you and share family records. Visit the county web sites where your ancestors lived and submit your surnames to the county coordinator.
Read the UsGenWeb Help Wanted ads for other ways you can volunteer.
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Site last updated: October 1, 2014