DuPage Genealogy Data, compiled by DCGS volunteers, includes indexes to names from original records.
DuPage Families is a collection of data concerning people who lived in DuPage County Illinois. It uses the application, The Next Generation (TNG), which allows a myriad of data on individuals to be linked to families. Bios, tombstone inscriptions and pictures, newspaper obits and articles, Census data and other photographs are some types of information that may be included.
The society has elected to begin data input with DuPage cemetery readings and tombstone photographs. Individuals are connected to families as that information becomes available. Additional information on the individuals and families may be added at anytime.
DuPage Families is a project virtually limitless in scope and growth potential. If you have questions or comments, or would like to volunteer to help with data collection and/or entry, please contact Carolee, the DCGS DuPage Families Administrator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Funeral Home Project:
Hultgren Funeral Home, 304 N. Main Street, Wheaton, Illinois; formerly known as Hannerhoff Funeral Home.
Book 1 - Covers 7 Sept. 1943 through 5 April 1951: Scanned by Weldon Johnson and transcribed by Jeanmarie Walsh, Judy Gaddess, David L. Beckwith, Walter and Judith Luthin, Bill Hendron, Jeffrey Bockman, Weldon Johnson and Conrad H. Wilcox.
Marriage License Indexes for DuPage County, Illinois 1839-1861.
Originally transcribed by the DAR, the records were published in the DCGS quarterly, The Review, Summer 1989 and Summer 1990. The index includes the 1,984 marriages between 20 June 1839 and 28 November 1861 listed in RECORD BOOK A in the DuPage County Clerk’s Office.
World War I – Honor Roll – Naperville
The following is the Honor Roll of Men from Naperville who served in World War I. The source for this list is The Naperville Centennial book which was published by the Fort Payne Chapter NSDAR in 1931, and was prepared by the Centennial Historical Committee: Mabel Givler Goetz, Hannah Ditzler Alspaugh, Elizabeth Nichols Simpson, Etta Cooper Scott, Ella Horan Clancy, Mary Barbara Egermann, Oliver W. Stubler and Carl Hammersmith.
Genealogical Information from the Hinsdale Doings, compiled by Barbara Ryan.
These abstracts contain births, marriages, and deaths, and information from “gossip” columns.This includes “visits” that include a relationship or a different surname that includes the relationship, that is “… Mrs. John Smith of Buffalo, NY, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. John Brown, in Hinsdale.” Some listings are abstracts or full text. The date at the end of the listing is the date of the issue of the newspaper.The volume and number are shown at the first listing for the date. The symbol in an abstract indicates the information following was in a separate article in the same issue. Oak Forest Cemetery frequently cited in obituaries is the current Bronswood Cemetery located at 3805 North Madison Street, Oak Brook, Illinois. The newspapers are available on microfilm at Hinsdale Public Library but will not be loaned on interlibrary from there. The microfilm can be borrowed on interlibrary loan from the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library in Springfield, Illinois.
Hinsdale Doings Abstracts:
Abstracted from the Wheaton Illinoian newspaper.