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1840-1850 1840-1850 Effingham County census FHL 977.37-1850 1840 1840 Pensioners A Census of Pensioners for Revolutionary or Military Services: With their Names, Ages, and Places of Residence, as Returned by the Marshalls of the Several Judicial Districts, Under the Act for Taking the Sixth Census. 19965 (3 fiche), Book 977.371870 Effingham County census; pub. Banner, Bishop, Douglas, Jackson, Liberty & Lucas townships Vol. See Illinois Court Records for more information about using court records.
1984 FHL Book 977.37 1880Effingham County, Illinois 1880; pub. The following abstracts and copies of original records may be accessed through the Illinois Regional Archives Depository (IRAD) located at the Eastern Illinois University (EIU) - search for Effingham County records.
For further information about where the records for Effingham County are kept, see the Effingham County Courthouse page. The county seat is Effingham and the county was organized on 1831. [See Illinois, Effingham County on page 186.]; FHL Book973 X2pc 1840 1850United States census 1850; pub.
Effingham County is named for Lord Effingham who is noted for resigning his commission as general in the British army in 1775 and refusing to serve in the war against the colonies. The County is located in the central part of the state. 1979 FHL Book 977.37 1860 1860 census of Effingham County, Illinois; pub. Francis, Summit, Teutopolis, Union, Watson & West townships. 1999 FHL Film 1440430 Item 12, book 977.3796 X2o (2 vols) Register of prisoners, 1898-1933; also known as Effingham County (Illinois) County Jail FHL film 1689434 Original court records are held in the office of the Circuit Court Clerk.
Copies of Original Records Original estates and wills are held in the office of the Circuit Court Clerk.
See Illinois Probate Records for more information about using probate records.
*Incomplete birth and death before 1916 County records are most often kept at the County Courthouse or another local repository.Please note: Addresses posted are not mailing addresses.Due to limited staff, Family History Centers are unable to respond to mail inquiries.See Illinois Land and Property for more information about using land records.The following abstracts and copies of original records may be accessed through online sources, the Family History Library or the Illinois Regional Archives Depository (IRAD) located at the Eastern Illinois University (EIU) - search for Effingham County records.
In addition, many centers have free how-to genealogy classes. Search the online FHC directory for a nearby family history center.