Racine and Kenosha County Lookup

Racine and Kenosha County Lookups

HELP - Lookup Volunteers Needed

We need volunteers to help lookup genealogical records and information, if you would like to help please E-mail us.

Last Update - 9/8/2003

I have a list of Kenosha servicemen who died in World War II. This list includes their names, ages, theatre of action (country/city/location or military action), approx. death date, and their nearest of kin at the time. I will check the list/lookup stories. genkitty@sbcglobal.net
I have a 1850 Kenosha census on cd-rom. If anyone would like a lookup, please email me. It also includes Kenosha Co. - Bristol, Brighton, etc.. Roxanne Miller
I will do lookups from Kenosha High School yearbooks (The Spy, years 1928-1932) and scan any relevant pictures, etc. Amy L. Anzlovar
I have a 1980 Kenosha City Directory and can do lookups. genkitty@sbcglobal.net
Marie Hosdil has a copy of History of the First Methodist Episcopal Church, Racine, Wisconsin Western Printing & Lithographing Company, Racine, Wisconsin, Copyright 1912 by E. W. Leach. Please visit her index and ask her for any text lookups. She doesn't have a scanner and therefore cannot E-mail photos from the book. Marie's Index to First Methodist Episcopal
Marie's Index to Grange Avenue Methodist
Marci Hanrahan recently posted a message on the Kenosha/Racine Message board stating that she is willing to do lookups. Here is her message:
I am willing to look up things from microfilm at the Racine Library for anyone who may need help. All I ask is that you try to narrow down your dates so that I don't have to look through years and years worth of newspapers. If there is anything that you need other then thing out of the newspaper please let me know and I will try to help you as much as possible. Hope this helps.
Marci Hanrahan
Brenda Thompson send this message:
I will do look ups at the courthouse (Racine) for birth, death, marriage records.
Brenda Thompson

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