The USGenWeb Project

Gibson County Indiana Genealogy

The INGenWeb Project


NOTICE !!!
(23 March 2019)
Due to continued technical problems
this entire site will again have to be reloaded.
Be forewarned of a future service interruption. 
If you find a link that does not work
please identify it and notify me.  de, 16 Jan 2019


 I am Dan Elliott the County Coordinator.  If you would like to contribute information or have updates or corrections to this page, please let me know by clicking on my name and sending an e-mail message.
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Attractions
Cemeteries with photos
Census
Cities & Towns
Chamber of Commerce
Contributed Family Research
Covered Bridges
Depositions & Oaths - Land Titles
(1870) Farmers Record of Gibson,
Vanderburgh, Posey and Warrick Cos.

Genealogy & Historical Socities
GenForum
History of Indiana - Cockrum, Ch 5.
History of Early Hazleton
History of Gibson County - Stormont
History of Gibson County - Tartt
Libraries
Mailing List
Maps
Marriages
Newspapers
Obituaries - Before 2009
Obituaries - 2009 to present


Photographs
Soldiers & Sailor's Orphans
Surrounding Counties
Tax Lists
Township formations
Tract Book Index (1813-1850s)
Vital Records
Voter Lists
Wabash & Erie Canal
Will & Probate Abstracts

Browning Obituary / Genealogy Index

Indiana Adoption Registry

Pioneer History of Indiana - Cockrum
                                  



Portrait of John Gibson, Secretary of the Indiana Territory 
(Copy of original at Grouseland in Vincennes, Indiana.
Portrait has not been proven authentic.)

Search the contents of the Gibson County site by typing the word(s) you are looking for in the box.

INGenWeb Project

In March and April, 1996, a group of genealogists organized the Indiana Comprehensive
Genealogy Database. The idea was to provide a single entry point for all counties in
Indiana,
where collected databases would be stored. In addition, the databases would be indexed and
cross-linked, so that even if an individual were found in more than one county, they could be
located in the index. This project became known as INGenWeb PROJECT.

Volunteers are needed who are willing to coordinate the collection of databases and generally
oversee the contents of the web page.

   Thanks to previous County Coordinators:  Judy Murphy, Ruth Montgomery, Chawn Caniff, Kristen  Williams & Mike Pierce