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Cemetery Photos (Appleton Area) and Outagamie Courthouse Research. Lori Driver  
Commemorative Biographical Record of the Fox River Valley Counties of Brown, Outagamie and Winnebago. Jan Marasch

Susan Fassbender
 
 
Index on Line

I have just acquired a copy of the Commemorative Biographical Record of the Fox River Valley Counties of Brown, Outagamie and Winnebago. I am willing to do lookups in these volumes.
History of Outagamie County Jan Marasch Index on Line
Little Chute - A Century of Progress 1899-1999 Janice Shaw It is published by the Village of Little Chute Centennial Committee and was written by people of the village about their ancestors. It has a lot of family histories and some family pictures.
Pioneers of Outagamie County, Wisconsin   Index on Line
Phone book
June 1951
Appleton and surrounding areas
Kris Mc I have an old phone book (June 1951) for Appleton, including Greenville, Combined Locks, Kimberly and Little Chute. Also included are Neenah, Menasha, and Kaukauna. If anyone has any numbers or wants me to look up anyone please E-Mail me. 
Atlas and Plat Book of Farms & Lands Ownership Directory David Kearney has a copy of the book and has volunteered to do lookups. published in 1957; The book contains plat maps for each of Outagamie's townships for property outside of the county's cities and towns. The maps are arranged by township and range numbers, and identify owners' names. The book contains an ownership index, and a 1950 Wisconsin state map showing population, land area, and "valuation" by county.
Records of the Emmanuel Evangelical Lutheran Church, Seymour, Wisconsin, 1879-1907 Ellen Piehl Seymour Evangelical Lutheran Church records from 1879 to 1907. Transcribed and indexed by every name as well as by German place names by Ellen Piehl.
Greely - 1832 to 1982

compiled by Margrit Hamilton Lees.
Michael J. Behrent I have a book on the Greely family, of whom Paul Ames Greely was one of the founders of the Town of Maine and Village of Leeman. I would be willing to look up members of this family for anyone interested. The family came from Clinton, Maine to Wisconsin, Outagamie County.

 

 

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