About the Wisconsin USGenWeb Project
How to use the "Quick Jump Table":
Click on "Surnames, Queries and Researchers" to review the surnames of Brown County families being researched, who is researching them, and what help they are looking for.
Pick "Look-ups" to view resources (books, maps, family histories, etc.) owned by other researchers who have volunteered use these resources to look-up and answer questions about your ancestors.
Choose "Links" to view Universal Resource Locators (URLs) that genealogists researching Brown County ancestors have found useful.
Try "Surname Search" to find all applicable data on Rootsweb about a surname.
Click on "Surname Index" to to get the index of surnames being researched in Brown County.
To correspond with other researchers who have ancestors in Brown County, click on "Brown County E-mail List".
To view "Obits" (Obituaries) submitted by Brown County researchers.
Select "Orphanages" to learn about the Brown County Orphanages run by Catholic Community Services.
Pick "County Maps" to select or browse detailed maps of Brown County.
Select "County History" to read a brief history of Brown County.
Choose "Cemetery Listings" to obtain a listing of the cemeteries in Brown County and data about them that has been collected by our volunteers.
Select "Townships" to get a listing of the civil townships contained in Brown County, and any pertinent data about them collected by our volunteers.
Select "Historical Societies" to get a listing of the addresses of the historical societies in Brown County,Wisconsin.
Select "Churches" to get a listing of the churches in Brown County, Wisconsin.
Can you identify any of the gentlemen in this Carte De Viste, photograph, probably taken ca. 1860-1870, with a Green Bay, Wisconsin, photographer's backmark H.S. Clark Green Bay, WI? If so please contact Dick Balza.
Joel Reetz - They resemble the 4 Kriescher brothers from De Pere and possibly a friend or younger brother.
If you have information to add, or that you found helpful in your research - please contact your Brown County Coordinator: Dick Balza.
Gene Stark's Index of Names for all Gen Web Sites: www.gendex.com.
Link to our sponsoring organization's the USGenWeb page.
Volunteers are needed to do research (look-ups in local archives, libraries, churches, and cemeteries) in Brown County. If you can help -- please email: Dick Balza and volunteer.
The Wisconsin GenWeb Project (WIGenWeb)
In March and April, 1996, a group of genealogists organized the Kentucky Comprehensive Genealogy Database. The idea was to provide a single entry point for all counties in Kentucky, where collected databases would be stored. In addition, the databases would be indexed and cross-linked, so that even if an individual were found in more than one county, they could be located in the index. This lead to the USGenWeb of which Wisconsin is a part.
Volunteers are needed who are willing to coordinate the collection of databases and generally oversee the contents of the web page.
My name is Dick Balza and I am the person responsible for Brown County pages. If you would like to contribute your information (Your Surnames, Volunteer to do lookups) I will be glad to add them to these pages, please let me know. I would like to see lots of volunteers to do lookups. I'll list you on my lookup page if you own resources and would be willing to help others via email or US mail.
Send E-mail to Dick Balza at: [email protected]
If you would like to host a Wisconsin county, please contact Tina Vickery our Wisconsin State Coordinator or Marcia Ann Kuehl our Assistant State Coordinator.
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