The Iroquois County Genealogical Society

Museum
Old Courthouse Museum
Iroquois County Genealogy Society
103 West Cherry Street
Watseka, IL 60970-1524
Phone-(815)432-3730
Mail ICGS


     The Historical Museum and Genealogical Society Archives are located at the address above, one block south of US Hwy 24. The archives are open each business day from 10:00 - 4:00 p.m. Central Time. Publications are available in the Historical Society Gift Shop as well as in The Genealogy Room in the same building. These include many cemetery records.


Iroquois County Database

Iroquois County data such as the Bible Records, Census, Naturalizations, Cemeteries, and More.

August 2019
  • 1985 History of Iroquois County -- Originally by Iroquois County Historical and Genealogical Societies
    -- This book had been sold out for a while and we had it reprinted. Books are in Genealogy and ready for purchase.

  • Our New Web Address and our pages have been moved here.
    WELCOME


  
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FAMOUS
IROQUOIS
COUNTIANS

Updated March 2009

Sep Palin

Baroness Fern Andra

The Watseka Wonder

Timothy Webster

Henry Bacon

The Famous Meara Case

Mary Agnes Meara Chase
More of the story

Harold Gray

Allan Pinkerton and Larch Farm

Photo Album

UPDATED April 2009

Photo's from the past will be featured here. A way to share the past with others. If you have some old pictures you think others would like to see - share them here. Check back often this page will hopefully change often.

Biography Corner

Updated August 2002
Portrait and Biographical Record
of Iroquois Co., IL; 1893
Chicago; Lake City Publishing Co.

Upcoming Events
Updated August 2019


Annual Cemetery Walk

We will be at Amity Cemetery
September 8, 2019 at 2 O'clock.


Harvest Daze

We will be serving Ham and Beans again this October in the Big Tent.

Mark your calendars for Oct 5th & 6th


Harvest Daze Pumpkin Contest
We will again be hosting the Pumpkin Contest
in the tent on the west side of the building.

October 5th an 6th
See you there.


One on One Program
We will be having our very popular One on One Program

October 14th to 18th


Annual Meeting

November 2nd 2019


Christmas Party

December 18, 2019 will be our Christmas Party for all Volunteers

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AND A LOOK AT 2020


Leap Into The Past Program
On February 29th, 2020
Check back for more information


Scottish Program

Mr Robinson will be the speaker

March 14th 2020



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The Iroquois County Genealogical Society



2019 CALENDAR



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Open Monday thru Friday
10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

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DATES CLOSED

April 21 for Easter

May 27 for Memorial Day

July 4th

Sep 2 for Labor Day

Nov 28 - Thanksgiving

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We will be closed over the Christmas Holidays

Closed
December 24, 2019
thru
January 1, 2020


This is to help cut the heating bills by turning down the heat while closed for the holidays.

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Please note if bad weather causes
District #9 Schools to close
the Museum/Genealogical Society
will also be closed.




Board Meetings

1st Tuesday of every month
except December
Time is 9 a.m.

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Don't Forget!
We can be open on a
Saturday
by Appointment


Bulletin Board
Updated September 2018



Welcome


THE STALKER

32-Year Subject Index of The Iroquois Stalker,
1971 through 2005
and the subject index for the 2006 and 2007 Issues
UPDATED January 2007


The Name Index is available for Vol I thru X

The Iroquois Stalker is published quarterly by the Iroquois County Genealogical Society.



Illinois and Iroquois County Links

Neighboring Counties' USGenWeb Links


Other Genealogical Links
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Personal Homepages
Here are links to Webpages with a connection to Iroquois County.



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Old Court House
The Old Court House
Middleport, Iroquois
County, Illinois
ca. 1860


drawing by Jerry Moore

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