|Lookups for the Douglas County area
Douglas County needs
more volunteers to help look up genealogical information. If you
have any resources available and/or are willing to do lookups in
local sources such as the Court House or the Area Research Center
in Superior, please e-mail the county coordinator. Thanks!
- Please make
your lookup request as specific as possible.
the volunteer all related info that you already know,
including approximate dates and places.
- Please understand
that the lookups volunteers do this on their own time
and may not be able to respond immediately to your request.
Please be patient.
- Please limit
your request to 1 or 2 names or items at a time. If you
need extensive lookups, consult a professional genealogist
in the area. Thanks!
| Book on the Patzau-Foxboro Schools that was compiled
for the reunion in 1985. It has history and photos. I could
do look-ups if anyone needed help with those schools.
|Sheila Wickman firstname.lastname@example.org
|| Pioneers of Superior, WI.
(lists some people
who came to the area 1853-1883)
Superior Senior High Yearbooks 1983-1985
Superior Central High School Yearbook 1933-1939
Superior Central High School - Class of 1940 - 20th Year
Superior State Normal School 1925
| I have a 1926 Superior Central High yearbook and
am willing to do look ups in it.
1880 Douglas County census on CD and am willing
to do look ups.
|Bradley Androski Soopman@msn.com
|| Have City of Superior, Polk Directories
1897, 1922 - 1984. Can look up addresses, names and old
telephone numbers. If they lived in Superior in these years, I
can tell you where they lived and what they did for a living,
who their neighbors were and sometimes where they moved to according
to the Polk City Directory.
| B. Prigge
| Yearbooks for 1935 and 1936 - Superior Central High.
Seems to be only the seniors (and teachers) listed.
Yearbooks for 1969, 1970 and 1971 - Superior Senior
High. These yearbooks list all students in
the 10th, 11th and 12th grades.
|I have my dad's four yearbooks (The Ivy) from
Cathedral High School - specifically 1925, 1926, 1927 and 1928.
If your family attended school there, I can look through and if
I find the name(s) can scan the pages for you.
|Special Lookup Volunteers
Acts of Genealogical Kindness - special lookups volunteers.
Several are listed for Douglas County, Wis. See the website
for names and email addresses.
| 1917 Dewey High School yearbook in Superior
1944 Central High School yearbook in Superior
1985 University of Wisconsin Alumni Book
2000 University of Wisconsin Alumni Book
|Douglas County Historical Society
1401 Tower Ave., Suite 10
Superior, WI, 54880
Lookups in Douglas County, Wisconsin
Douglas County Historical
Society Fees are as follows:
. . Research - First hour $5.00, $6.00 for each additional
. . Use of the Archives (doing your own
research) - $5.00 for the set up and return of materials,
and $4.00 per hour.
. . Copies are $.15 each. Copies
of Photos - please contact the archivist for photo
. . Please call the
DCHS so they can send you a request form, or
to set up your appointment for research at the
a.m. to 2:00 p.m. M-F
|Joanne M. Sher
| Professional genealogist in the Twin Ports and also
vice president of Twin Ports Genealogical Society. I have
a copy of the records for Superior Hebrew Cemetery and would be
willing to do free name lookups in those records.
|Have family book for Martin & Grace Pattison of
Superior, Douglas County. Will do look ups.
|Twin Ports Genealogical Society
PO Box 16895
Duluth, MN 55816-0895
Lookups in St. Louis County, MN and Douglas Co, WI
|Twin Ports Genealogy
. . Always submit a SASE with your first requests.
. . Simple requests (i.e., copy of obit where date
is known) will be done for the cost of copies....25 cents each.
. . Extensive research at $10.00 per hour plus cost
of copies and postage; or such agreement made between requester and
researcher. Always provide as much information as possible.
. . The volunteer at the St. Louis County, MN courthouse
would like requests limited to 3, I guess subjects or questions, and
please be as specific as possible. She is only there one day a week
and is kept busy every minute of that day, not only with write-in requests
but people that stop in.
. . Always call ahead or write if you plan to go to
the courthouse so she can set up an appointment. Hate to have people
from out of town just pop in and then not be able to spend time with
her if she is booked up. They don't just let anyone in anytime to look
at the records. Barb is a real treasure and very helpful.
Neither USGenWeb Project nor the County Coordinator advocates, promotes or recommends any professional researcher. Any arrangements between you and anyone requesting a fee for services are yours alone and not the responsibility of USGenWeb Project or the County Coordinator.
|Wiscigan Genealogy Service
|Back in the early 1990s, my genealogical journey began by researching my now late mother's paternal side in reverse order from Eau Claire, Wisconsin, suburban Cincinnati, Ohio, Buckingham, Quebec, Montreal, and then to the Isle of Islay, Scotland and Tipperary.
My late father's side I had begun already with research completed in Emmet and Clay Counties in Iowa which then made it necessary to do further searching in Kane County, Illinois, Summit County, Ohio, and then Northumberland County, Ontario. More research was then in order in southeast Lower Michigan, Bristol in Ontario County, New York, and Cohocton in nearby Steuben County. Other counties in New York had to be covered: Jefferson, Lewis, Otsego, Saratoga, and St. Lawrence before further investigation in Vermont, New Hampshire, Connecticut, and Massachusetts. My father was nearly all British except for some German: his Cover and collateral lines.
My mother's maternal line concludes with her ancestry going back to Etnedal, Oppland, Norway on her grandmother's side. Her grandfather had roots in these Wisconsin counties: Adams, Clark, and Jackson by way of Delta County, Michigan and nearly every nook and cranny in Maine as well as Oneida and Oswego Counties in New York as well as other parts of New England which included the Pechin family, French Hugenots, who helped form Dresden, Maine.
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