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St. Clair County, Illinois History, Genealogy, and Maps

385 pages of history and genealogy for St. Clair County, Illinois including 183 family biographies. 

An informative and historical overview of St. Clair County, Illinois including two separate sections on one CD which include 22 historical maps (1839, 1844, 1849, 1850, 1860, 1861, 1862, 1867, 1870, 1875, 1880, 1884, 1886, 1895, 1898, 1899, 1902, 1907, 1911, 1914, 1923 and 1931) showing the locations of 113 settlements; plus the full 1881 Brink, McDonough & Co. History of St. Clair County, Illinois book including 183 family biographies. An important resource for the study and research of St. Clair County, Illinois history (including Civil War history) and genealogy.

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This fascinating and detailed CD contains ALL of the following material in two separate sections, ALL on one CD:

Section One of two, all on one CD: Maps of St. Clair County, Illinois
Included here are the southwest region of Illinois sections of 22 different historical maps dating from the 1839 to 1931 and showing the location of 113 different locations in St. Clair County, Illinois  The maps and locations included are:

A. A map of 1839 St. Clair County, Illinois showing the locations of 6 different settlements including the following: Belleville * Cahokia * Jamarawa * Lebanon * Mechanicsburg * Rock Spring *

B. A map of 1844 St. Clair County, Illinois showing the locations of 12 different settlements including the following:
Athens * Belleville * Cahokia * Clinton Hill * Fayetteville * French Village * Illinoistown * Lebanon * Muscoutah (Mascoutah) * Risdon * Rock Spring * Tamaraw *

C. A map of 1849 St. Clair County, Illinois showing the locations of 3different settlements including the following: Belleville * Cahokia * Lebanon *

D. A map of 1850 St. Clair County, Illinois showing the locations of 8 different settlements including the following: Athens * Belleville * French Village * Illinoistown * Lebanon * Mascoutah * Prairie du Long * Rock Spring *

E. A map of 1860 St. Clair County, Illinois showing the locations of 7 different settlements including the following: Belleville * Caseyville * Fayetteville * Illinoistown * Lebanon * Lively * O'Fallon *

F. A map of 1861 St. Clair County, Illinois showing the locations of 32 different settlements including the following: Athens * Belleville * Bethel * Brooklin * Cahokia * Caseyville * Centerville * Centerville Station * Darmstadt * Falling Spring * Fayetteville * French Village * Georgetown * Heckers Farm * Hillstown * Illinois City * Illinoistown (or East St. Louis) * Jefferson * Latimer Settlement or Shiloh * Lebanon * Lenzburg * Mascoutah * O'Fallon Station * Ogles Station * Papstown * Pittsburg * Prairie du Long * Prairie du Pont * Smithton * Stringtown * Summerfield * Urbanna *

G. A map of 1862 St. Clair County, Illinois showing the locations of 15 different settlements including the following:
Athens * Belleville * Cahokia * Caseyville * Centerville * Fayetteville * Illinoistown * Lebanon * Marissa * Muscoutah * Risdon * Rock Spring * Smithton * Summerfield * Tamarawa *

H. A map of 1867 St. Clair County, Illinois showing the locations of 38 different settlements including the following: Alma * Athens * Belleville * Brooklyn * Cahokia * Casey (Caseyville) * Centerville * Centreville * Darmstadt * Douglas * East St. Louis * Fayetteville * Floraville * French Village * Georgetown * Henry V. * Hilltown * Illinois City * Illinoistown * Jefferson * Lebanon * Lenzburg * Lively * Marrissa * Mascoutah * New Athens * O'Fallon * Ogles * Pensoncau * Prarie du Pont * Ridge Prairie * Richland * Risdon * Shiloh * Strasburg * Summerfield * Urbanna * Venedy *

I. A map of 1870 St. Clair County, Illinois showing the locations of 37 different settlements including the following: Belleville * Cahokia * Caseyville * Centerville * Darmstadt * Douglas * East St. Louis * Fayetteville * Floraville * Freeburg * French Village * Georgetown * Hecker * Highbank * Hillstown * Illinoistown * Jefferson * Knigts Grove * Lebanon * Lenzburg * Lowland * Marissa * Mascoutah * Millstadt * Mud Creek * New Athens * O'Phalon Depot (O'Fallon) * Oyles Station * Pittsburg * Prairie du Pont * Risdon * Saxtown * Shiloh * Smithton * St. Lober * Strassburg * Summerfield * (The 1870 map of St. Clair County can be viewed here: My Genealogy Hound )

J. A map of 1875 St. Clair County, Illinois showing the locations of 16 different settlements including the following: Alma * Belleville * Caseyville * East St. Louis * Freeburg * Furman's * Hunters * Lebanon * Lementon * Marissa * Mascoutah * New Athens * O'Fallon Depot * Penseneau * Summerfield * Waterloo *

K. A map of 1880 St. Clair County, Illinois showing the locations of 21 different settlements including the following: Belleville * Cahokia * Caseyville * Centre * Darmstadt * East St. Louis * Freeburg * Lebanon * Lenzburg * Marissa * Mascoutah * Millstadt * Mud Creek * New Athens * O'Fallons Depot * Pittsburg * Prairie du Pont * Sherman * Shiloh * Smithton * Summerfield *

L. A map of 1884 St. Clair County, Illinois showing the locations of 25 different settlements including the following: Alma * Belleville * Birkner * Caseyville * Darmstadt * East Carondelet * East St. Louis * Fayetteville * Floraville * Freeburgh * French Village * Lebanon * Lemonton * Lenzburgh * Marissa * Mascoutah * Millstadt * New Athens * O'Fallon * Reutchler * Shiloh * Smithton * Summerfield * West Belleville * Wilderman *

M. A map of 1886 St. Clair County, Illinois showing the locations of 33 different settlements including the following: Alma * Belleville * Birkner * Cahokia * Caseyville * Centerville * Dutch Hill * East Carondelet * East St. Louis * Fayetteville * Floraville * Freeburg * Furman's * Gartsides * High Prairie * Hunters * Lebanon * Lementon * Lenzburg * Marissa * Mascoutah * Mud Creek * New Athens * O'Fallon * Pensoneaus * Raib's * Rentchlers * Risdon * Smithton * Summerfield * Summit * Venice * Yochs *

N. A map of 1895 St. Clair County, Illinois showing the locations of 25 different settlements including the following: Alma * Belleville * Birkner * Caseyville * Darmstadt * East Carondelet * East St. Louis * Fayetteville * Floraville * Freeburgh * French Village * Lebanon * Lemonton * Lenzburgh * Marissa * Mascoutah * Millstadt * New Athens * O'Fallon * Reutchler * Shiloh * Smithton * Summerfield * West Belleville * Wilderman *

O. A map of 1898 St. Clair County, Illinois showing the locations of 41 different settlements including the following: Alma * Belleville * Birkner * Cahokia * Caseyville * Centreville Station * Darmstadt * East Carondelet * East St. Louis * Falling Spring * Floraville * Freeburg * French Village * Furmans * Griffin * Hanover * Heinrichtown * High Prairie * Hunters * Jarretts * Lebanon * Lementon * Lenzburg * Marissa * Mascoutah * Millstadt * New Athens * O'Fallon * Ogles * Paderborn * Raibs * Rankin * Reutchler * St. Libory * Shiloh * Summerlein * Summit * Vulcan * West Belleville * White Oak * Wilderman *

P. A map of 1899 St. Clair County, Illinois showing the locations of 29 different settlements including the following: Belleville * Birkner * Cahokia * Caseyville * Centreville Station * Darmstadt * East Carondelet * East St. Louis * Falling Springs * Fayetteville * Floraville * Freeburgh * French Village * Lebanon * Lenzburgh * Marissa * Mascoutah * Millstadt * New Athens * O'Fallon Depot * Paderborn * Rankin * Rentchler * Ridge Prairie * Risdon * St. Libory * Shiloh * Summerfield * Wilderman *

Q. A map of 1902 St. Clair County, Illinois showing the locations of 31 different settlements including the following: Alma * Belleville * Birkner * Cahokia * Caseyville * Centerville Station * Darmstadt * East Carondelet * East St. Louis * Falling Spring * Fayetteville * Floraville * Freeburg * French Village * Griffin * Heinrichtown * High Prairie * Lebanon * Lenzburg * Marissa * Mascoutah * Millstadt * New Athens * O'Fallon * Old Marissa * Paderborn * Rentchler * St. Libory * Shiloh * Smithton * Summerfield *

R. A map of 1907 St. Clair County, Illinois showing the locations of 36 different settlements including the following: Belleville * Birkner * Caseyville * Centerville Station * Darmstadt * East Carondelet * East St. Louis * Fayetteville * Floraville * Freeburg * Furmans * Grassland * Hecker * High Prairie * Imbs * Lebanon * Lementon * Lenzburg * Marissa * Mascoutah * Millstadt * New Athens * New Baden * North Belleville * Paderborn * Rankin * Rentchler * Ridge Prairie P.O. (or Alma) * River Incline * Shiloh * Smithton * St. Libory * Stookey * Summerfield * Tillman * Wilderman *

S. A map of 1911 St. Clair County, Illinois showing the locations of 18 different settlements including the following: Belleview * Caseyville * Centerville Station * East Carondelet * East St. Louis * Falling Spring * Freeburg * Lebanon * Lementon * Lenzburg * Marissa * Mascoutah * Millstadt * New Athens * O'Fallon * St. Libory * Shiloh * Smithton *

T. A map of 1914 St. Clair County, Illinois showing the locations of 56 different settlements including the following: Advance Mine * Belleville * Birkner * Bixby * Carbon * Caseyville * Centerville * Cone * Darmstadt * East Carondelet * East St. Louis * Falling Springs * Fayetteville * Freeburg * French Village * Furmans * Gartside * Grassland * Hamills * Hanover * Hartmans * High Prairie * Hippard Mine * Imbs * Lake * Lebanon * Lementon * Lenzburg * Loraville * Marissa * Mascoutah * Millstadt * New Athens * New Lenzburg Mine * Oak Ridge Mine * O'Fallon * O'Fallon Junction * Ogles * Paderborn * Phoenix * Randall Mine * Rankin * Rentchler * Richland Mine * River Incline * St. Clair Mine * St. Libory * Shiloh * Smithton * Stookey * Summerfield * Summit * Swansea * Tillman * West Belleville * Wilderman *

U. A map of 1923 St. Clair County, Illinois showing the locations of 17 different settlements including the following: Belleville * Caseyville * Darmstadt * East Carondelet * East St. Louis * Floraville * Freeburg * Lebanon * Lenzburg * Marissa * Mascoutah * Millstadt * New Athens * O'Fallon * St. Libory * Shiloh * White Oak *

V. A map of 1931 St. Clair County, Illinois showing the locations of 43 different settlements including the following: Belleville * Birkner * Bixby * Briarhill * Brooklyn * Cahokia * Caseyville * Centerville * Darmstadt * Dewey * Douglas * Dupo * Dutch Hill * East Carondelet * East St. Louis * Edgemont * Fairmont City * Fayetteville * Floraville * Freeburg * Hilltown * Lebanon * Lementon * Lenzburg * Marissa * Mascoutah * Millstadt * Monsanto * New Athens * O'Fallon * Old Marissa * Paderborn * Rentchler * Ridge Prairie * St. Libory * Shiloh * Shiloh Station * Smithton * Summerfield * Swansea * Washington Park * Wilderman * Yochs *

Section Two of two, all on one CD: The 1881 History of St. Clair County, Illinois by Brink, McDonough & Co.
This detailed (385 pages plus numerous illustrations) book has an incredible amount of historical and genealogical information about St. Clair County, Illinois from its earliest settlement up to 1881. This is an exact photo replica of all the pages pertaining to St. Clair County, Illinois including all of the historical and biographical information. Included are a total of 183 different family biographies.

    Here is just some of the information included:

  • Spanish Exploration
  • French Exploration
  • English Exploration
  • History of Illinois
  • Geography of St. Clair County
  • Railroads in St. Clair County
  • Indians
  • Pioneers & Early Settlers in St. Clair County
  • Early Residents of Cahokia
  • Incidents of Indian Warfare
  • European Immigration
  • German Settlement

  • Naturalized Citizens 1838-1844
  • St. Clair County Organized
  • Voters List from 1790
  • Voters List from 1818
  • Land Grants in St. Clair County
  • St. Clair County Officials 1790 to 1881
  • St. Clair County Court Houses
  • Early Marriages
  • First Instance of Capital Punishment
  • Slavery in St. Clair County
  • St. Clair County Schools
  • McKendree College

  • Immaculate Conception Ladies Academy

  • Howe Literary Institute

  • Military Matters Concerning St. Clair County
  • Indian Conflicts

  • Militia Service, 1790

  • War of 1812

  • Black Hawk War

  • The Mexican War

  • The Civil War

  • Churches in St. Clair County
  • Bloody Island Duels
  • Partial List of Patrons
  • St. Clair County Precincts: Athens Precinct * Cahokia Precinct * Caseyville Precinct * Centerville Precinct * East St. Louis Precinct * Fayetteville Precinct * French Village Precinct * Lebanon Precinct * Mascoutah Precinct * O'Fallon Precinct * Prairie du Pont Precinct * Richland Precinct * St. Clair Precinct * Shiloh Precinct * Summerfield Precinct *
  • Cities, Towns, Villages in St. Clair County, Illinois
  • Alma * Belleville * Brooklyn * Cahokia * Caseyville * Centerville Station * Darmstadt * Dutch Hill * East Carondelet * East St. Louis * Fayetteville * Flora * Freeburg * French Village * Georgetown * Hillstown * Jefferson * Lebanon * Lementon * Lenzburg * Lenzburg Station * Marissa * Marissa Station * Mascoutah * Millstadt * New Athens * O'Fallon * Paderborn * Pittsburg * Prairie du Pont * Roach Town * St. Libory * Shiloh * Smithton * Strassburg * Summerfield *

Included is a total of 183 St. Clair County, Illinois family biographies including each of the following family surnames: (numerous other family surnames are also mentioned throughout the text and within these family biographies) Abend * Adams * Anthony * Askins * Baird * Barth * Barthel * Bates * Baugh * Becker * Begole * Blanck * Bland * Bock * Boemer * Brenfleck * Brosius * Butler * Chandler * Cornick * Dake * Darrow * Dausch * Deneen * Dilg * Dobschutz * Eckert * Eversmann * Fietsam * Fike * Fischer * Forman * Gintz * Graner * Graney * Griffen * Grossmann * Guthrie * Halbert * Hamilton * Hartmann * Hausmann * Heim * Heimberger * Heineman * Heinfelden * Henrici * Herman * Hermann * Higgins * Hilgard * Hoeltmann * Holder * Horner * Houser * Huber * Huhn * Hypes * Illinski * Jennings * Jones * Kalbfleisch * Karch * Keim * Kempff * Koeberlin * Koerner * Kohl * Krause * Laeuffert * Land * Lebkuecher * Lemen * Lindauer * Little * Loelkis * Lorenzen * McBride * McConaughy * McCracken * McCullough * McLean * Meints * Messick * Metschan * Miller * Moore * Nairn * Nearen * Nichols * Noetling * O'Brien * Ogle * Padfield * Perrin * Perryman * Pierce * Pitthan * Ploudre * Poignee * Postel * Probstmeyer * Quick * Rayhill * Reichert * Reinecke * Reith * Rembe * Renshaw * Reuss * Reutchler * Reynolds * Richardson * Ries * Ropiequet * Rubach * Saffold * Sager * Saltenberger * Scheel * Schmahlenberger * Schubkegel * Scott * Sehlinger * Seibert * Seiter * Semmelroth * Shultz * Sikking * Smith * Stack * Starkel * Stauder * Stolberg * Stookey * Swahlen * Thomas * Tiedemann * Tiemann * Tissier * Touchette * Trendley * Turner * Underwood * Vahlkamp * Van Court * Veile * Ward * Wastfield * Watts * Waugh * Weir * West * White * Whittaker * Wider * Wiggins * Wilderman * Willoughby * Winkelman * Yoch *

St. Clair County is located in the Southwest portion of Illinois and is surrounded by the following counties: St. Louis County, Missouri * Madison County, Illinois * Clinton County, Illinois * Randolph County, Illinois * Washington County, Illinois * and Monroe County, Illinois  (click on highlighted county names for a complete description)

The book on this CD is in Adobe Acrobat pdf format and requires the free Adobe Acrobat Reader program to view. You probably already have this program on your computer but if not, a free copy of the program is included on the CD. The book on this CD is designed to look just like a regular book and is bookmarked to move easily and quickly from one section another. This CD was designed by, and is available exclusively from Hearthstone Legacy Publications.

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The cost for this CD containing this entire book on CD (Adobe Acrobat pdf format) described above is only $9.95 plus shipping, or only $6.95 as a digital download! A great deal of history and genealogy (385 pages) for very little cost! A truly fascinating view of St. Clair County, Illinois from its earliest settlement up to 1881. Both of the sections described above are included on one CD.

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