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The following indexes are available: County records are most often kept at the County Courthouse or another local repository.
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These records are primarily related to Cases in Sangamon County, but he also had cases elsewhere.
The papers includes names of private citizens involved in the cases as well as businesses he represented.
Most of these records are original and not on film.
Later original records are held by the clerk of the circuit court.
Auburn (township & city) Ball (township) Berlin (village) Buffalo (village) Buffalo Hart (township) Cantrall (village) Capital (township) Cartwright (township) Chatham (township & village) Clear Lake (township & village) Cooper (township) Cotton Hill (township) Curran (township) Dawson (village) Divernon (township & village) Fancy Creek (township) Gardner (township) Grandview (village) Illiopolis (township & village) Island Grove (township) Jerome (village) Lanesville (township) Leland Grove (city) Loami (township & village) Maxwell (township) Mechanicsburg (township & village) New Berlin (township & village)) Pawnee (township & village) Pleasant Plains (village) Riverton (village) Rochester (township & village) Sherman (village) Southern View (village) Spaulding (village) Springfield (city) Springfield (township) Talkington (township) Thayer (village) Williams (township) Williamsville (village) Woodside (township) Church records can give birth, death and marriage information as well as indictate family relationships.
There is no known history of courthouse disasters in this county.
The Illinois State Archives extracted the names of servants, slaves, or free persons and masters, witnesses, or related parties from selected governmental records to produce this database. The following have information concerning African American research.
A History of the early settlers of Sangamon County, Illinois "Centennial Record"(1876) by John and Sarah Power is available free on Google Books.
This book provides small biographies of the residents of 1800's Sangamon County.
Original deeds are held by the Sangamon County Recorder and the Illinois Regional Archives Depository (IRAD) at the University of Illinois Springfield (UIS).