Vanderburgh County, Indiana
Genealogy and History
Vanderburgh County was formed 1 Feb 1818 from Gibson, Posey, and
Warrick Counties. It was named for Capt. Henry Vanderburgh (1760 -
1812), a Revolutionary War veteran and the judge for the Indiana
Territory. There are 8 Civil Townships: Armstrong, Center,
German, Knight, Perry, Pigeon, Scott and Union, and the
County Seat is at Evansville. More
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Welcome to this Vanderburgh County, Indiana Genealogy Trails
My name is J
Mike and I am your Vanderburgh county host.
is to provide free data online to help you find your family
ancestry. We regret that we are unable to perform personal
research for folks. All data we come across will be added to this
site. We are constantly looking for new data to post. We thank you
for visiting and hope you'll come back again to view the updates
we make to this site.
Sept 2015 - Finish 1854-59 Marriages Thanks to V. Bryant!
August 2015 - Start Marriages 1854 thru 1859 addition
July 2015 - Marriges 1814 - 1840 added,
June 2015 - Added new Census page and census records,
Biography index page added
Vanderburgh County gets new Host J. Mike