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History and Genealogy
for
Bannock County, Idaho

Volunteers Dedicated to Free Genealogy


This website is part of the Genealogy Trails family and our goal is to help you track your ancestors through time by transcribing genealogical and historical data and placing it online for the free use of all researchers.

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I regret that I am unable to do personal research.

Bannock County

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Bannock County was established March 6, 1893 from part of Bingham county, with its county seat at Pocatello. Named for the Bannock Indians, the first inhabitants of the area, whose name was spelled Bannock by early settlers.
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Bannock County Courthouse and Bonneville
Elementary School

This courthouse was built in 1902 and replaced by the current Bannock County courthouse in the 1950s. The Bonneville Elementary School was built in 1895 and razed in 1964.

Surrounding Counties

Bingham
Caribou
Franklin
Oneida
Power


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An elk on the West Bench of
Pocatello, Idaho.
Circa 1920
Online Data
Biographies Births Cemeteries
Census Cities and Towns Death Records
History Marriages Military
Miscellaneous Newspapers
Obituaries
Previous Updates
Idaho Genealogy Trails
Updates:
February 2014
News: Death Notices: Charles B. Fetzer and Mrs. A. Frye.
News: Marriage Announcements: James Weed to Mrs. James Carnes and Gladys Garr to A. Low Merrill.
Obituaries: August J. Metzler.

Submit Cemetery Information
A wonderful source of genealogical information that is very useful are cemetery headstones. They provide key data such as dates of birth, marriage information and dates of death. To submit headstone information please click here.


Submit Obituary Information
Obituaries are one of the most important tools used by researchers in tracing their family roots. Please consider contributing any obituary information that you may have by submitting them here and filling out the transmittal form.
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As your Idaho State Coordinator, I try to post as much source data online as possible in order to make it freely available to all researchers. We gratefully accept contributions of raw data such as  marriage/birth/death records, obituaries, county histories, biographies, old newspaper items, census information, - anything that would help someone build their family tree! Feel free to email me, Sandra Davis, with your contributions - every little bit helps someone!
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