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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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2018 Protestant German Cemetery added
Steinmetz Family Bible
May 2017 - Biographies - Harrington - Mackey
Feb 2017 - Biographies
Oct 2016 Obituaries added
Aug 2016 Biographies added
June 2016 - Court Records added - Church Records added
May 2016 Willard Carpenter, Marcus Sherwood, William Caldwell, H. W. Cloud - Biographies
February 2016 Obituary E J Loehr by Kathryn Todd Jan 2016 - Obituaries Mary Henry, Elizabeth McCutchan Dec 2015 - Obituary Index completed
Oct 2015 - Biographies from 1889 added
Sept 2015 - Finish 1854-59 Marriages Thanks to V. Bryant!
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

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Counties in Indiana surrounding Vanderburgh are Posey, Gibson and Warrick
Counties across the Ohio river in Kentucky are: Henderson

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