Kansas Council of Genealogical Societies
Information provided by Cloud County Genealogical Society
P. O. Box 202, Concordia, KS 66901-0202
Frank Carlson Library 702 Broadway Concordia, KS (785) 243-2250 Hours: Summer M&Th 9 a.m. - 8 p.m. Tue & Wed 9 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Sunday - Closed Winter Mon - Thurs 9 a.m. 0 8 p.m. Fri & Sat 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Sunday - Closed Basic genealogy books and videos for the beginning family researcher General Kansas History collection Internet for nonsubscription genealogy web sites Interlibrary loan service to access holdings of other libraries holding including microforms from the State Historical Society Public access to the private library of the Cloud County Genealogical Society Microfilm Reader/Printer, Copy Machine, Microfiche reader Cloud County Genealogical Society P. O. Box 202 Concordia, KS 6901 e-mail: email@example.com
CCGS Library is available for research during the hours of the Frank Carlson Library. Microfilm of: Cloud County newspapers excepting the Blade and Empire, Federal Census 1870 - 1920 and State agricultural Census 1875-1925. Some Republic County census. Comprehensive library of genealogy resources for Cloud County including transcriptions of the Catholic church records for St. Joseph, Auroa and Clifton. Indexes to the 1880 and 1895 census. Complete index to the Cloud County Cemeteries. Early Death Indexes to 1911. Basic books from other Kansas Counties and the general library of genealogy books from other states. Extensive collection of French-Canadian resources including records from KS, Illinois and Canada sources. Local family histories. Members of the society will do research for a fee plus costs. Fees are used to update and expand library collection. CCGS has publications available for sale. Cloud County Historical Society Museum
635 Broadway Concordia, KS 66901 (785) 243-2866 Hours: Tues - Sat 1 p.m. - 5 p.m. Sun & Mon - Closed All county newspapers on microfilm County plat maps Rigby Wilson Funeral Home records Concordia City Directories Extensive Collection of local history materials and displays. Featuring many businesses and organizations from all of Cloud County. Microfilm Reader/Printer. Copy Machine. Curator will do photo scanning of the museum's materials when possible Cloud County Courthouse Concordia, KS 66901 County Clerk: Early Births, Marriages, Deaths. These were not required so are not complete records. Only if the family or physician HAPPENED to stop in and record them are they listed. Marriages were listed either in this office or the Magistrate Judges Office so check both areas. Register of Deeds: Land Records Some School Records (Rural) Office of the Magistrate Judge: Probates and Wills Filed Marriages (see note above) Clerk of the District Court: Naturalizations Divorces Small Claims Lawsuits Please be considerate of office personnel. When they are very busy, try another office or go back at a later time. Requests for research sent to the courthouse are usually referred to the Cloud County Genealogical Society to complete. Church of the Latter-day Saints Family History Center 135 1/2 West 8th Concordia, KS 66901 (785) 243-5072 Please call for hours. Access to the records and archives of the Church of the Latter-day Saints in Salt Lake City, Utah Concordia Chamber of Commerce and Cloud County Travel & Tourism 606 Washington Concordia, KS 66901 (785) 243-4290 Information on lodging, dining, camp grounds and businesses in Concordia and Cloud County. Maps of the area. Churches of the County
Contact the individual church after checking records at the libraries and museums. Church records are not public records however some churches do have volunteers that will assist you with their records or will look up genealogy related information for you. Each congrgation has their own policies with materials and each has different types of records available.
Clyde Public Library 107 South Green Street Clyde, KS 66938 (785) 446-3563 Turner Funeral Home Records
Glasco Punlic Library
Glasco, KS 67445 (785) 568-2313 Microfilm Glasco Sun Newspaper Microfilm Simpson Newspaper
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