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Genealogy Research in Clinton County, Indiana

Are you just beginning your ancestry research in Clinton County, IN? Why not hire a professional genealogist to assist you with your genealogy search? Our researchers are ready to help you find a wealth of records in Indiana. The state of Indiana was founded on December 11, 1816, and many types of records including land deeds, family wills,
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  Many genealogical records related to your ancestry search, important records like family wills, court records, obituaries, death certificates, military records and land deeds are generally not available online and can only be obtained by mailing research requests to places like local public libraries or cemeteries, or by visiting the LDS Family History Library in Utah. These records are critical to any comprehensive ancestry search and should not be overlooked if high quality and thorough research results are to be achieved during your project. For these and other reasons, it's sometimes a great idea to hire a professional genealogist to assist you with your genealogy search.

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Family Tree Research - Clinton County, IN

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Clinton County, Indiana Genealogy Resources

Are you just beginning your ancestry research in Clinton County, IN? Our expert research team has put
together some helpful links and resources to help you get started with your family tree research. Many of the
Indiana
resources listed on this page are often used by our genealogists during a typical ancestry search to help
locate important records like birth certificates, obituaries, court records, marriage certificates, land deeds, and
family histories.

Cemeteries

Cemetery Transcription and Photo Project - Clinton County, IN

Epodunk - Clinton County Cemeteries

 Find a Grave - Clinton County, IN

Grave Addiction - Photographs of Clinton County Cemeteries

Gravestone Photo Project - Clinton County, IN

Interment.net - Clinton County Cemeteries

The Political Graveyard - Clinton County, IN

Tombstone Transcription Project - Clinton County, IN

USGenWeb Archives - Clinton County, IN Cemeteries

Census Records

Clinton County Census Records - Census Online

Clinton County Federal Census Index - US-Census.org

  Clinton County Census Records - USGenWeb Archives

 1830 Census of Clinton County, IN - Ancestry.com

 1840 Census of Clinton County, IN - Ancestry.com

 1850 Census of Clinton County, IN - Ancestry.com

1860 Census of Clinton County, IN - Ancestry.com

 1870 Census of Clinton County, IN - Ancestry.com

 1880 Census of Clinton County, IN - Ancestry.com

 1900 Census of Clinton County, IN - Ancestry.com

1910 Census of Clinton County, IN - Ancestry.com

1920 Census of Clinton County, IN - Ancestry.com

1930 Census of Clinton County, IN - Ancestry.com

Estate Records

USGenWeb Archives - Clinton County Wills   

History

Family History Archives - The History of Clinton County, IN

The Historical Marker Database - Clinton County Historical Markers 

Historical Marker Society of America - Clinton County Historical Markers

Living Places - Clinton County, Indiana

National Register of Historic Places - Clinton County, Indiana

Signs of History - Clinton County, Indiana

USGenWeb Archives - Clinton County Area History

Wikipedia.org - Clinton County, Indiana History

Land Records

Bureau of Land Management, General Land Office - Land Patent Search

USGenWeb Archives - Clinton County Deeds

Libraries and Archives

Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center - Fort Wayne, IN

Family History Library Catalog - Clinton County, IN

Indiana Historical Society - Indianapolis, IN

Indiana State Archives - Indianapolis, IN

Indiana State Library - Indianapolis, IN

 Public-Libraries.org - Clinton County Libraries

USGenWeb Archives - Clinton County, IN

Military Records

Korean War - Clinton County, IN Military Casualties

List of Pensioners on the Roll January 1, 1883 - Genealogy Trails History Group

USGenWeb Archives - Clinton County Military Records 

Vietnam War - Clinton County, IN Military Casualties 

World War II Casualties, Army and Army Air Corps - Clinton County, IN

World War II Honor List of Dead and Missing Army and Army Air Forces Personnel

Obituaries

Obituary Index - Clinton County, IN

USGenWeb Archives - Clinton County Obituaries & Death Notices

Societies

Indiana Genealogical Society - Fort Wayne, IN

Indiana Historical Society - Indianapolis, IN

Vital Records

USGenWeb Archives - Clinton County, IN Vital Records

VitalRec.com - Clinton County Vital Records

Click Below to Learn More about Your Indiana Genealogy

County Formation Date County Seat
Origin
Adams County 1836 Decatur Adams New Purchase
Allen County 1823 Fort Wayne Delaware New Purchase
Bartholomew County 1821 Columbus Jackson County & Delaware New Purchases
Benton County 1840 Fowler Jasper County
Blackford County 1838 Hartford City Jay County
Boone County 1830 Lebanon Adams and Wabash New Purchases
Brown County 1836 Nashville Bartholomew, Jackson, and Monroe Counties
Carroll County 1828 Delphi Adams and Wabash
New Purchases
Cass County 1828 Logansport Non-county Area
Clark County 1801 Jeffersonville Knox County
Clay County 1825 Brazil Owen, Putnam, Sullivan, and Vigo Counties
Clinton County 1830 Frankfort 01830-01-29 Adams and Wabash New Purchases
Crawford County 1818 English Orange. Harrison, and
Perry Counties
Daviess County 1818 Washington Knox County
Dearborn County 1803 Lawrenceburg Clark County, IN; Hamilton County, OH
Decatur County 1821 Greensburg Delaware New Purchase
DeKalb County 1835 Auburn Non-county Area
Delaware County 1827 Muncie Delaware New Purchase
Dubois County 1817 Jasper Perry and Pike Counties
Elkhart County 1830 Goshen Non-county Area
Fayette County 1818 Connersville Franklin and Wayne Counties and Non-county Area
Floyd County 1819 New Albany 01819-01-02 Clark and Harrison Counties
Fountain County 1825 Covington Montgomery County and Wabash New Purchase
Franklin County 1811 Brookville Clark, Dearborn, and
Knox Counties
Fulton County 1836 Rochester Non-county Area
Gibson County 1813 Princeton Knox County
Grant County 1831 Marion Madison County, Adams New Purchase
Greene County 1821 Bloomfield Sullivan County
Non-county Area
Hamilton County 1823 Noblesville Delaware New Purchase
Hancock County 1828 Greenfield Madison County
Harrison County 1808 Corydon Clark and Knox Counties
Hendricks County 1824 Danville Delaware and Wabash New Purchase
Henry County 1821 New Castle 01821-12-31 Delaware New Purchase
Howard County 1844 Kokomo Formed from un-organized
Huntington County 1832 Huntington Adams New Purchase
and un-organized
Jackson County 1816 Brownstown Clark, Jefferson and Washington Counties
Jasper County 1835 Rensselaer 01835-02-07 Wabash New Purchase
Jay County 1835 Portland Adams New Purchase
Jefferson County 1810 Madison Clark, Dearborn and Knox Counties
Jennings County 1816 Vernon Jackson and Jefferson Counties
Johnson County 1823 Franklin Delaware New Purchase
Knox County 1790 Vincennes original county
Kosciusko County 1835 Warsaw Formed from un-organized
LaGrange County 1832 LaGrange Formed from un-organized
Lake County 1837 Crown Point Newton and Porter Counties
LaPorte County 1832 LaPorte St. Joseph and un-organized
Lawrence County 1818 Bedford Orange County
Madison County 1823 Anderson Delaware New Purchase
Marion County 1821 Indianapolis Delaware New Purchase
Marshall County 1835 Plymouth 01835-02-07 St. Joseph County
Martin County 1820 Shoals Daviess and Dubois Counties
Miami County 1833 Peru Cass County and un-organized
Monroe County 1818 Bloomington Orange County
Montgomery County 1822 Crawfordsville 01822-12-21 Wabash New Purchase
Morgan County 1822 Martinsville Delaware and Wabash New Purchase
Newton County 1859 Kentland Jasper County
Noble County 1835 Albion Formed from un-organized
Ohio County 1844 Rising Sun Dearborn County
Orange County 1816 Paoli Gibson, Knox and Washington Counties
Owen County 1818 Spencer Daviess and Sullivan Counties
Parke County 1821 Rockville Vigo County
Perry County 1814 Tell City Gibson and Warrick Counties
Pike County 1816 Petersburg Gibson and Perry Counties
Porter County 1835 Valparaiso Formed from un-organized
Posey County 1814 Mount Vernon Warrick County
Pulaski County 1835 Winamac Formed from un-organized
Putnam County 1822 Greencastle Owen County and Wabash New Purchase
Randolph County 1818 Winchester Wayne County
Ripley County 1816 Versailles Dearborn and Jefferson Counties
Rush County 1821 Rushville Delaware New Purchase
St. Joseph County 1830 South Bend Formed from un-organized
Scott County 1820 Scottsburg Clark, Jefferson, Jennings & Washington Counties
Shelby County 1821 Shelbyville Delaware New Purchase
Spencer County 1818 Rockport Perry and Warrick Counties
Starke County 1835 Knox St. Joseph County and un-organized
Steuben County 1837 Angola Formed from un-organized
Sullivan County 1816 Sullivan Knox County
Switzerland County 1814 Vevay Dearborn and Jefferson Counties
Tippecanoe County 1826 Lafayette Wabash New Purchase and un-organized
Tipton County 1844 Tipton Adams New Purchase
and un-organized
Union County 1821 Liberty Fayette, Franklin and Wayne counties
Vanderburgh County 1818 Evansville Gibson, Posey, and
Warrick Counties
Vermillion County 1824 Newport Parke County and Wasbash New Purchase
Vigo County 1818 Terre Haute Sullivan County
Wabash County 1833 Wabash Adams New Purchase
and un-organized
Warren County 1827 Williamsport Wabash New Purchase and un-organized
Warrick County 1813 Boonville Knox County
Washington County 1813 Salem Clark, Harrison and
Knox Counties
Wayne County 1810 Richmond Clark, Dearborn and Knox Counties
Wells County 1837 Bluffton Adams New Purchase
White County 1834 Monticello Wabash New Purchase and un-organized
Whitley County 1835 Columbia City Formed from un-organized

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