This section lists associations from BIGWILL Genealogists to Chippewa giving details about each one and what resources and publications they offer.
The association has a number of books and archives held in McHenry Public Library.
These include British Census Indexes, Obituaries, Genealogical Reference Books, Family Histories and Genealogies, the Genealogical Research Directory and Topographical Dictionary of England. A full list of books is available on the site.
A list of surnames currently being researched by Members is also available, along with a list of links to other sites you may find of use.Website:
A list of Family Histories, History Books, Newspapers and Census Records held in the association's Library is available on the site.Website:
The association has a Library where a number of archives are available, which include:
A partial list of Cemeteries is on the site, along with Cemetery Inscriptions and a list of Surnames currently being researched by Members is also available.
The association was established in 1928. Its aim is to the collect and preserve historical material and artefacts related to the Burlington area. It was the first historical society in Racine County.
Many databases are accessible, which incorporate:
They also have some Miscellaneous Articles, which comprise:
The association was formed in 1980, its aims being to give help and guidance to people tracing their genealogy, to preserve genealogical and historical materials and to provide access to those materials.
They have a Library where a number of resources are available, which include:
They also have a copy of the Chippewa County Cemetery Index, which contains approximately 50000 Tombstone Inscriptions, along with the Cemetery Locations and Histories.