Resources for Vanderburgh, IN
Following are listed Vanderburgh County resources that are available. If you have Vanderburgh Books or Reference Materials for sale, please let me know for inclusion on this page.
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Vanderburgh Co., IN Records
Available on CD:
Johann Funeral Home Registers 1896 & 1901: $5.00
The actual images of these two registers, of the Johann Funeral Home, give varied information about the deceased. The record usually lists person who ordered the funeral, age, disease, date of death, place of burial, type of coffin, and price. The second page of the record has a break down of the costs and special notes in the remarks column. The compilation includes indexes to each register.
1858 Evansville City Directory $10.00
A valuable resource for those researching Evansville, Vanderburgh Co., IN before the Civil War.
This directory contains a short history of the city, it's location, improvements, growth, business and commercial position. I found this history to be a good insight into the Evansville of this era. Churches, libraries, officers of fraternal organizations, city and county officials are listed. The last 79 pages contain business advertisements. Some pages contain full page ads, however many of them contain two to three business advertisements; all of these add a great deal of information about the availability of goods and services to the residents of this growing city.
Virginia L. Aldridge
7602 Pendleton Avenue
Evansville IN 47715
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