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Wibaux, Montana 1894
Photo: Frank Jay Haynes, 1894


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Wibaux County MT Genealogy Resources


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Thanks to the hard volunteer work of Elaine Cecil, we are able to offer:

Index to the Wibaux Pioneer-Gazette from 1907 through Feb of 1914. JPEGs of articles available - contact Elaine Cecil with inquiries. Put "WIBAUX" in subject line of your email.

Index to St. Philip's Catholic Church 75th Anniversary Book - 30 June 1985. Out of print. JPEGs of family pictures available - contact Elaine Cecil with inquiries. Put "WIBAUX" in subject line of your email.

Click HERE to visit Elaine's web site containing complete transcriptions of Wibaux County cemeteries!

Elaine will answer all emails but she travels and may not get back to you immediately. Patience, please.

Elaine has also sent a copy of this St. Philip's Pioneers plaque from the church building. Click on the thumbnail to view.


John Dobrowski and his 1925 Rumly Oil Pull tractor

Wibaux County History
A short history of Wibaux County, Montana

Surnames of Wibaux County
View or Link to your Wibaux County Surnames here.

Stories
Stories contributed by our readers

Obituaries
Obituaries contributed by readers.

Cemetery Transcriptions
St Philip's Cemetery database is complete and is on line. (Thanks to Elaine Cecil!)
It's in PDF format, readable on any computer.
Elaine has also transcribed and photographed the Wibaux Cemetery
Click HERE

Photo Gallery
Historical and family photos shared by readers.


Wibaux County Links and Resources

Wibaux County Clerk & Recorder: 203 S Wibaux St, Wibaux, MT 59353 (406) 796-2481

Wibaux County Library: 115 Wibaux St N, Wibaux, MT 59359 (406) 796-2452

Pierre Wibaux Museum Complex: 112 E Orgain St, Wibaux, MT 59353 (406) 796-9969

Wibaux Newspapers on Microfilm:  The Montana Historical Society has filmed almost all Montana newspapers. Research requests can be made to allow you access to these films at your local library through Interlibrary Loan:
http://mhs.mt.gov/research/library/interlibrary.asp

Montana State Death Records Index The Montana Bureau of Vital Statistics and the Montana State Genealogical Society established a joint venture to computerize the Pre-1954 death indexes. 1954-2002 data is copy of the database material prepared by the Montana Bureau of Vital Statistics.

The Official Federal Land Patent Records Site   Homestead claims and more are found at the Bureau of Land Management's site. You can search on your ancestor's name to find when and where they made their claim. 

Montana State Genealogical Society 1930 Federal Census for Montana

 
HELPFUL HINT REGARDING CENSUS RECORDS: Wibaux County had not been formed when the 1910 Federal Census was taken. Most of the County's residents were counted in Dawson County, in the "Wibaux School District."  Residents in the far south of the future Wibaux County were enumerated in the "Carlyle School District" of Custer County.

 

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