JUNEAU CO., WI. - BIRTH RECORDS
WI Historical Society - Wisconsin law required counties to register these events since 1852, but only a limited number were actually recorded by the county before 30 Sep 1907. After a birth was recorded at the county level, the local officials would normally forwarded that information to the state. The Historical Society owns the state level birth records on microfilm. You can contact the Society and for a fee they will make a copy, if on file. Check the Society website for fees. Click here for a sample of a birth record.
University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point, Area Research Center - James H. Albertson Library, telephone: (715) 346-2586. Holdings: More than 250 series of county and local public records including tax and assessment rolls, rural school district records, probate records, county board proceedings and justice dockets. Naturalization records for the following counties and dates: Adams (1853-1949) ~ Juneau (1849-1957) ~ Langlade (1881-1957) ~ Lincoln (1876-1950) ~ Marathon (1851-1991) ~ Portage (1844-1956) ~ Waupaca (1853-1948) ~ Waushara (1852-1949) ~ Wood (1858-1991)
They also maintain the pre-1907 birth, death and marriage registrations; state and federal population censuses; and genealogical files (98 boxes with card index) compiled at the time of the Wausau Centennial (1972).
The research centery also holds records (1900-1955) of the Wisconsin Cranberry Sales Company, Wisconsin Rapids; papers (1857-1860) of Burton Millard, a Wausau millwright; records (1854-1946) of the East Lemonweir Lutheran Church; and tape-recorded interviews by Malcom Rosholt.
County Register of Deeds -
here for Birth, Marriage and Death Records Application
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