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If you have specific resources on Cottonwood County and would be willing to help others with lookups, please mail info to Ray at I will add your resource and email address to the list below. Thank you, Volunteers!

Resource Title/BriefDescription/Author with Email Address of Volunteer
I have done a fair amount of research for our local Sanborn Centennial book which included Germantown township people. I am researching the Davis family of Germantown, The William story family of Amboy, and the Jones families of Southbrook, (John, Watkins and Thomas.) Dorothy Gransee, 507-648-3566

I have a booklet titled Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd, Windom Minnesota 1874 - 1974. This booklet celebrates the 100th anniversary of First known service held in Windom by Bishop Henry Benjamin Whipple. The booklet contains the names of past vestry officials, members, lay readers, names of those contributing gifts to the church and a brief description of its known Rectors. I am willing to do lookups in this book. Susan M. Gregory

To find out the population and other statistics regarding Cottonwood or any other county in the US for the census year 2000 visit:

Thanks to Tim Stowell!

I have a 1926 Atlas of Cottonwood County Minnesota and would be happy to do lookups. The townships have information on a lot of the residents, including children and number of years in county.

Thanks to Mary Jo Neerland Youngberg!

I will look up names in the following booklet: FIRST MENNONITE CHURCH, Mountain Lake, Minnesota, 1878-1978. A Century of Godís Grace. It has a list of those who joined the church by baptism from 1876 through 1977. Also church officers and pastors. Lots of pictures.

I also have the Heinrich Janzen Account, by Lowell Teichrow, 1956. A genealogy of Heinrich Janzen, 1830, whose parents and their children came to Mountain Lake from Russia in 1876.

Thanks to Helen Pennell! 8 April 2010

The MN Historical Society has launched a new online database: births for 1900-1907. Here is the link; Thanks to Tim Stowell! 18 Oct 2004
Neil stumbled on this site and thought the members on this list might find it useful if you are deciphering German (and some other Gothic type) script. Here is the link; Thanks to Neil Matheny! 01 Dec 2004

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