Monthly Meetings--3rd Monday, 7:00 p.m.. at the
Steuben County Carnegie Public Library
Downstairs Meeting Room
| William Carey
| Barbara Provines
| William Carey
| Janet Shawver
The purpose of the Genealogical Society of Steuben County is to
collect and preserve the ancestry of Steuben County families. We
work to stimulate and instruct all persons who may be interested
in genealogy. This willaide us to develop and record historical
and vital facts of Steuben County.Research is continuing on the
people who originated, developed and helpedbuild the communities
within Steuben county, and to encourage the developmentand
maintenance of genealogical files.
in the Steuben County Genealogical Society is open to anyone who
is interested in genealogy. The cost of membership is $15.00
Individual Membership --- $18.00 Household Membership (one mailing
address) per year. Membership includes the quarterly newsletter: SCGSQuarterly
, which is published in January, April, July, and October.
Membership form is available to print out and send in. Click here.
Queries and Written Correspondence should be sent to
Steuben County Genealogical Society, PO Box 884, Angola, IN 46703.
Research Policy: The Steuben County Genealogical Society
does answer simple queries for the price of copies. More
involved queries will be done for a small fee. The Society
does not assume responsibility for any researcher that supplies
information nor for the members of the Society.
Publications For Sale
(To purchase without shipping fee, pick them up at the Library Reference Desk)
G.A.R. Minutes Vol. 1 (B.F. Crosswaite Post #150) -- $10 + $3 shipping
Enrollments for the Civil War Soldiers, Their Widows and
Residing in Steuben County by Township for the Years 1886-1894
Note: Jackson Twp is missing -- $25 + $5 shipping
Other Publications For Sale - Non-Society
Margaret Hobson, local family historian and 44th Indiana Civil War researcher, has completed a three book series on the regiment.
Steuben County was very patriotic and supported the 44th Indiana by sending a full company, Co. A, and a partial company, Co. K.
The Iron Men of Indiana's 44th Regiment, Part 1: Biographies
and Regimental Statistics is a large hardbound book of 400
It includes short biographies of the 2,012 men who served followed by 20 pages, in color, of charts and graphs about the regiment. In order to make the book as reasonable as possible,
only a limited number will be printed for those who are interested.
The book will be shrink-wrapped and mailed at a cost of $30 + $3.73 shipping. It won't be available online or in a bookstore.
If you want a copy, please email her at CW44thIndiana@aol.com and include your mailing address.
The Voice of Indiana's 44th Regiment, Part 2:
Formation and Photos by Margaret Hobson. It is $30 plus $5
Contact Margaret for more information at CW44thIndiana@aol.com
The Voice of Indiana's 44th Regiment, Part 3: Battles
and Provost Duty by Margaret Hobson.
This 585-page book is part three of a three part series. Part 3 is an intimate, firsthand account in the citizen-soldiers’ uncensored words, including those offensive to our modern ear, drawn from letters, diaries, newspaper accounts, military reports, memoirs, and out-of-copyright books covering the Battles of Fort Donelson, Shiloh, Stones River and Chickamauga. It then follows the soldiers into their Provost Marshal duties in Chattanooga. “Through the voices which you've collected and compiled, you've allowed us to know them as more than a regiment. You've allowed us to know them as people caught up in something much bigger than themselves. You've allowed us to see them at their best and, yes, sometimes at much less than their best. Throughout you've let their voices give us an honest picture of their patriotism, their courage, their foibles, and their weaknesses. They are real people.” This series of books has been a labor of love for the past 20 years.
The book is $41, including postage. Please contact me via email CW44thIndiana@aol.com or phone (260-238-4645) for additional information.
It will also be available at the Allen County/Fort Wayne Historical Society bookstore.
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