Indiana Family History Societies (T-Z)

This section lists county associations from Tippecanoe to Whitewater Valley providing details about each one and what resources and publications they offer.

Tippecanoe County Area Genealogical Society

The association has links to several on-line resources which will be useful when conducting genealogical research in the area.

There is also an on-line index to Tippecanoe Co. Deaths 1882-1920 and a list of the Early Churches of the area.


Wabash County Genealogical Society

An index to the Wabash Co. 1835 Tax List is available on the site, along with a Subject Index to their newsletter Family Branches Volumes 1-10. 

Many publications are also available for sale, which include the Collection of Wabash Co. Family Bible Records and Cemetery Indexes for Lagro Township, Liberty Township and Paw Paw Township.

Resources and Cemetery Indexes also include Pleasant Township, Chester Township (excludes Oaklawn Cemtery), Waltz Township (includes Mississinewa Memorial) and Noble Township(excludes Falls Cemetery).


Wayne County Genealogical Society

The association has a Library which is located in the Educational Building at St John Lutheran Church, 501 S. 7th Street, Richmond. 

Numerous publications are available for sale, which incorporate:

  • Index to the 'Economy Times' Book
  • Probate Records 1840-1844
  • Revolutionary Soldiers buried in Wayne County
  • WCGS Generation Charts Vols. I to IV
  • WCGS Generation Charts - Complete Set
  • WCGS Family Pathways Newsletters Index Vols. 1-21
  • WCGS Family Pathways Newsletters Vols. 1 to 20

Wells County Genealogy Society

The association is in the process of creating an every name index of Wells Co. Land Records and Deeds.  They also have on-line indexes to Postal Records for Uniondale Post Office 1914-1917, World War II Roll of Honour, Dog Tax Record Books and Dog Tax Tocsin for 1912. 

Some publications are also available for sale, which include Wells Co. Will Book and Poneto Newspapers on CD 1901-02.


Whitewater Valley Genealogical Association

The aims of the society are to preserve historical and genealogical records, to help the public to trace their family history and to unite people interested in family history.

It is possible to download back issues of their quarterly newsletter from 2007-2012 in PDF Format. 

Some publications are also available, which include Fayette Co. Marriages 1893-1902 and Myers Funeral Home Registers 1907-1916. 

A list of surnames currently being researched by members is also on the site.


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