Dodge County Wisconsin
We can always use new volunteers to help lookup genealogical information!
Email me, Clare Guse, if you are interested in volunteering.
Please request only 1 or 2 names with approximate dates. If you need extensive
lookups, consult with a professional genealogist in the area.
Newspaper obits, birth & wedding announcements
Dodge County Pioneer - German language newspaper
1876 - 1945 with gaps; see Newspaper Sources for available issues
Clare Guse/microfilm must be ordered, therefore lookups take awhile; be specific regarding dates/names, paper is not indexed
Beaver Dam Argus newspaper & other newspapers held by the Beaver Dam Community Library; see Newspaper Sources for a list
1857 - 1956
volunteer needed/Beaver Dam Community Library
Birth Records, Index, pre-1907
Keep in mind that this is only an index. If an entry is found and you wish to have a copy of the actual death certificate, you will need to pursue this through your local Family History Center or through the State of Wisconsin (vital records).
- pre-1907 index
- 1959-1979, excluding 1968
- pre-1907 Adams to Price Counties
- 1973-1978 Groom
- 1979-1997 Groom
- 1973-1978 Bride
- 1979-1997 Bride
Divorce Index, 1965-1984
Probate Records - Probate Office
Index to Probate records
Probate Records 18xx-
Census Records for Dodge County
- Photographs of all the tombstones in St. Peter's Lutheran Cemetery in Lebanon, Wisconsin
Contact John Uhlman
- Photographs of all the tombstones in the Ashippun-Lebanon Cemetery.
Contact John Uhlman
- Surname index of 200 cemeteries in Dodge County (held at Beaver Dam Community Library)
- No Current Email Address Rob Bowe has volunteered to do lookups for the cemeteries shown below. Please send him requests with as much of the following information as you can: surname, dates of birth and death, nationality, religion and cemetery of interest.
- Town of Herman: The Immanuel Lutheran-Hocheim-Townline of Theresa/Herman Cemetery
- Town of Herman-Sec 32: Old St. John's Cemetery, St. John's Road
- Town of Herman/Rubicon: St. John's Lutheran Cemetery(Village of Woodland), Cemetery across the Road from church in Town of Herman-Sec 31
- Town of Rubicon: Hallowell Farm Cemetery-1 mile n of Rubicon on Highway P. Sec 11
- Town of Rubicon: Methodist Espiscopal AKA (Neosho Cemetery- Chrisitian Cemetery or Norton Farm Cemetery HIghway 60, Section 22.
- Town of Rubicon: Rubicon Northwest or Family Cemetery, Butler Rd 1/4 mile East of Highway 67-Section 8
- Town of Rubicon: St Bartholomew Catholic Cemetery, Parish Cemetery of St. Matthew's Catholic Church of Neosho on Elk Road Sec 8.
- St. John's Catholic Cemetery Rome Rd, Sec.11 (Village of Rubicon)
- Saylesville Cemetery-Resthaven Road-Sec 26 Town of Rubicon
- Woodlawn Cemetery in the Village of Neosho-Center St. in Neosho.
- X has volunteered to do lookups for the plat maps & landowner lists shown below. Please send him requests with the surname and town of interest.
- Town of Ashippun
- 1st Land owners list/Plat in Town of Ashippun 1843-1852
- Ashippun Plat 1859
- Ashippun Plat 1878
- Ashippun Plat 1890
- Ashippun Plat1910
- Ashippun Plat 1930
- Ashippun Plat 1947
- Ashippun Plat 1969
- Town of Rubicon
- 1st Landowner list in Town of Rubicon-Approx 1843-50.
- Rubicon Plat 1859
- Rubicon Plat 1873
- Rubicon Plat 1878
- Rubicon Plat 1890
- Rubicon Plat 1910
- Rubicon Plat 1924
- Rubicon Plat 1947
- Rubicon Plat 1950
- Town of Williamstown (Mayville) Plat 1873
- Partial list of land grant/first owners, Town of Herman 1844-1850
- Town of Herman 1859
- First land grant owners in Town of Theresa 1843-1852
- Town of Theresa Plat 1859
- 1947 township plats of Ashippun, Portland, Shields/part of Lowell, Emmett, Lebanon, Elba, North part of Lowell, Clyman, Hustisford, Rubicon, Calamus, Beaver Dam-Lowell part, Oak Grove and Hubbard.
- "THE GENERATIONS OF HAFENSTEIN" family
history book, authors: Mary (Hafenstein) Reilley and Charlene (Crinion)
This book contains the descendants of Gottfried Hafenstein (1782-1866)
and Luise Kistenmacher (1796-1860). Major family lines included are
HAFENSTEIN, KLUETZMAN, and VOTH. The families settled in the Dodge,
Columbia, and Jefferson county areas.
Send requests to Charlene Filipiak with HAFENSTEIN LOOKUP in the subject line to help her pick the message out of the rest of her email.
- The German-Speaking 48ers: Builders of Watertown WI, by Charles J. Wallman
Tom Williams has volunteered to do lookups in this book. Send him your request via email.
- History of Dodge County Wisconsin: 1880
This book was first published in 1880 and contains histories of the towns in Dodge County and biographical sketches of some of the people who lived in Dodge County. Please send request to Clare Guse with Dodge Co. History Lookup in the subject line.
- "The Story of the Family of OTTO and ANNA STEINER RALL,"
Published privately for the family in 1925, it provides some excellent pedigree information for STEINER, RALL, HUELSTER, RAGATZ, and related surnames. Please send request to Jim Bishop.
- "The History of the Town of Ashippun"
The book is not indexed so it may take a day to look it up. Please put Dodge County Lookup in the subject line so I don't delete it by mistake. The years for the book are 1844-1994. Please send request to Patricia .
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The data contained within this WIGenWeb Dodge County web site is provided FREE of charge. If you link to this page through a service that implies that you will be charged a fee for access to this data, please notify me (Clare Guse). The Dodge County, Wisconsin WIGenWeb site can be linked to directly at WIGenWeb Dodge County, Wisconsin.
Copyright 1998 - 2015 by Clare Guse.
This page last updated 27 November 2009.