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If you can't locate an obituary online, try contacting a library in the area you are searching.
Most libraries have local newspapers and publications on microfilm. If distance presents a problem, try joining a Wisconsin mailing list for the locality and perhaps you will locate someone in the area who can do a newspaper lookup for you.
The Wisconsin Circuit Court provides access to more recent court records. Vital Statistics Index to the Eau Claire (weekly) Free Press. (REFERENCE 929.375545 An23v) Lists births, deaths and marriages in the Eau Claire Weekly Free Press, 1858-1876. The library also has the Wisconsin Necrology for 1846-1944 (7 reels), a collection of obituaries on microfilm of prominent Wisconsinites, “old settlers,” etc. Ancestry Plus is available on any workstation at the library or you may access Heritage Quest in the library or from your home computer with your library card.
Eau Claire County Register of Deeds All land, birth, death, and marriage records for Eau Claire County. In addition, the library subscribes to Ancestry Plus, a website with digitized images of the U. HIGHLIGHT: Established by Congress in 2000, The Veterans History Project of the American Folklife Center collects, preserves and makes accessible the personal accounts of American war veterans so that future generations may hear directly from veterans and better understand the realities of war.
Eau Claire Area Research Center (ARC) The ARC, located on the UW-Eau Claire campus, is a cooperative project of the University and the Wisconsin Historical Society to preserve historical records in a six-county region consisting of Buffalo, Chippewa, Clark, Eau Claire, Rusk and Taylor counties. Eau Claire County Clerk of Courts By law, probate records are open to the public.Includes marriage, birth with additional records recorded by area authors Lois Barland and Cheryl Janke.Other Local Resources West-Central Wisconsin History, City of Eau Claire, Clark County, Jackson County, Marathon County, Taylor County, Wood County , Local Logging Videos ACCESS Newspaper Archive Eau Claire newspapers from 1858-1923, other newspapers dating back to the 1700’s.Researching the History of Eau Claire Houses Resources for identifying the previous owners and architectural history of local buildings. (REFERENCE 929.5 G286L) Lists the names of those buried in the cemetery and of those memorialized in the Angel of Hope Memorial Garden. Additional Resources: Soundex Coding System Soundex is a coded surname (last name) index based on the way a surname sounds rather than the way it is spelled.Wisconsin Land Records This is an interface to the Pre-1908 Homestead and Cash Entry Patents from the Bureau of Land Management’s General Land Office (GLO) Automated Records Project. (REFERENCE 929.5 G286f) An index to Forest Hill Cemetery. Surnames that sound the same, but are spelled differently, like SMITH and SMYTH, have the same code and are filed together.
Included are over 25,000 word-searchable family and local histories; searchable versions of all available U. Federal Census (1790-1930) with completely new indexes created by Heritage Quest; and more.