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The History of Janesville 1856-1956|
Janesville Centennial June 24, 25, 26, 1956
Janesville's 125th Anniversary June 19-20-21,
The History of Janesville 1956-1981
Dalby Database - *some* of the Dalby resources
Over 263,000 names and data of burials in 59
cemeteries in Rice, 49 in Steele, 51 in Le Sueur, 81 in
Goodhue, 14 in Scott, 19 in Dodge,34 in Waseca, 51 in
Dakota, 45 in Olmsted, 1 in Blue Earth County and 67
homestead burials. This file is updated daily from obits
from 16 different newspapers.
Names and data on presidents and first ladies of
the United States. 26,000 names and
data of Civil War Vets that mustered in the State
Rice County Census 1900. 1,480 names. (not
Rice County Census 1910. 25,547 names.
Church records. 11 Norweigan & 1 Swedish area
churchs. Over 6000 entries
John & Jan
Vista 76: Description: History of
Otisco Twp with stories about the families and short
Waseca County, Landowners of Record -
1879 - with plat maps and listing of landowners.
History of Steele and Waseca Counties,
Minnesota: An Album of History and Biography
Description: "Embracing Sketches of the Villages,
Cities and Townships; Educational, Civil, Military and
Political History; Portraits of Prominent Citizens,
and Biographies of Old Settlers and Representative
Men." Union Publishing Company, Chicago, 1887.
Waseca County, Landowners of Record
Description: Indexed list of landowners and plat
maps for each Waseca Township for the year 1879.
Compiled by Donna M. Fostveit. A Special
Project In Commemoration of the 125th Anniversary of
Waseca County, Minnesota. Waseca County Historical
Krista Ottino <unavailable>
"History of Steele & Waseca Counties" MN., publ
1887. (Waseca Co, only)
"Child's History of Waseca Co." MN, publ
"Frontier Directory," Waseca Co.,MN Names,
addresses, phone nos., 1990
I have extensive computer data base (PAF) of
Waseca County families, from immigrants in 1850's, and
prior, as follows: Gr-Gr-parents; DOYLE, McCORMICK,
McDONOUGH, McTEIGUE (TIGHE, TIGUE), COURTNEY, BYRNE, LYNCH,
SHERIDAN. Also, collateral families: ANDERSON, BYRON,
CONVEY, CONWAY, FOX (FUCHS), GOSSMAN, McCOY, MUNSCH, QUERNA,
ROOT, RYAN, SUNDE, WELLER, WINEGAR, YERHOT, and many more
collateral lines. Willing to exchange information.
Waseca County in the World War
I. Published May 1919, by The Journal
Radical, Waseca , MN by Wm A. Clement, Publ. and James
L. Markham, Managing Editor, my grand uncle. 656 Soldiers,
Sailors and Marines, with short service history,
father listed in most cases, and city of
residence. And photos which I can't
BIRTHS, DEATHS, PROBATES, CENSUS AND OBITS
I will be using the resources at the Waseca
Co. Historical Society. I live in Waseca and am a member of
the Waseca Area Genealogical Society.
ONLINE DEATH RECORDS!
Co. Historical Society