A I would suggest that you explore "Resources." In this
section you will also find many links to great sites for beginners. Also,
just as important, you should post a query on the query board, join the email list and ask questions about your ancestors there. It has been my experience that the more places you ask the question, the better your chances of getting an answer. You can also check out this page: Tips for Research in Vanderburgh County.
A Unfortunately, if you don't see it on the site then I don't have any information about it. I do not live in Indiana, so am unable to check other resources.
A If you do not see additional information, no one has sent that information to me to post.
A No, I do not have access to records since I live in North Carolina. In most cases, you will need to check with the county courthouse in order to obtain original documents. You can find contact information in "Addresses".
A If it's not on the site then I don't have the resource. Your best bet would be to ask on the email list. There are many people subscribed and it's possible someone has that resource available. You could also write the Willard Library in Evansville.
A They are "thumbnail" pictures. Click on the picture for a larger view.
A You can type the information in an email to me or attach a document (.doc, .txt) to the email. Make sure you fill in the subject line and add Vanderburgh County to it as well.