Anderson County: Anderson county chapter of Cutler's history, First 19 chapters of Johnson's history of the county; partial 1860 census; 1998-2000 obits from the Anderson county review; marriages; some transcribed newspaper articles; enemy alien affidavits; agricultural survey; business directory; cemetery records; civil war records; WWII casualties; Spanish - American War era KS State Guard; transcribed letters, diaries, local histories, biographies, city directories.

Chautauqua County: cemetery listings for many cemeteries, Butler Index, Rural Property Owners as shown by the 1921 plat book, 1855 Territoral Voters, Death Index, 1883 List of Civil War Pensioners, Union Veterans, World War II Deaths, 1855 Territoral Voters, Jent Trip to Kansas - 1878, Township Map.

Cherokee County: full text and pictures of the 1904 History of Cherokee County Kansas and representative citizens; Cherokee County in Pictures and Prose published in 1923; Polk Directory - Cherokee County Section; First Biennial Report, 1878, 44th Battalion, Kansas State Guard.

Cloud County: full text and pictures of the 1903 Biographical History of Cloud County.

Jewell County: biographies and personal histories, military information, high school graduates.

Johnson County: marriages, divorces, naturalizations, wills, obits, cemeteries, bios, tax records, land records, church records [most of these are indexes]; Agricultural report, business directory, Edgerton obituaries, enemy alien registration affidavits.

McPherson County: Official Souvenir McPherson County, July 4, 1917.

Miami County: an every name index to: the 3 volumes of Cemeteries of Miami Co KS, 2 volumes of Family Histories and Stories of Miami Co KS, Miami Co pages of Cutler's History of KS; birth and death record names listed in the 1997 publication Vital Records of Miami County, Kansas 1884-1911, indexing and referencing to 14 years of quarterlies put out by the Miami Co Genealogy Society, 135 pages of the 1870 census covering 6 census areas, and a variety of other things; a complete transcription of A Centenary of Catholicity in Kansas 1822-1922 The History of Our Cradleland (Miami and Linn Counties) written by Thomas H. Kinsella; would guess that there are over 100,000 names indexed on the Miami Co KSGenWeb pages. Every query and lookup is cross referenced to surnames and the indexes.

Pottawatomie County: Fifty (50) cemetery listings - each listing the deceased in alphabetical order. Extracts of Surnames from the Havensville newspapers - over 1400 surnames listed. Also over 5,000 surnames extracted from newspapers, family records for the Mary Ann's Relatives. Patron's Reference Directory - Pottawatomie County 1905 Plat Book.

Saline County: Salina, Kansas - Past and Present, Progress and Prosperity, Official Souvenir Booklet (191?); World War II Honor List of Dead and Missing Personnel, Saline County List.

Scott County: has most of the cemetery lists online. There are only two cemeteries left to transcribe.

Sedgwick County: Location of the cemeteries, US Census information, Wichita death index, 1887-1910, 1921 Wichita social register, Sedgwick County obituaries and newspaper clippings, 1900-1915, Sedgwick County pensioners.

Shawnee County: transcribed and extracted newspaper articles, military records, state guard records, pensioners [civil war], Spanish American records, Army/Navy WWII casualty lists, city directory, Foster family letters, enemy alien affidavits, online bios.

Wilson County: Biographies and personal histories; Military - 1883 pensioners, Union soldiers; township histories.

Kansas Council of Genealogical Societies Site: Events Calendar of all member societies plus a list of member society addresses with links to their sites, Kansas Settlers Certificates Information, Salt Lake City Tour in July, Annual Conference with Dr. George K. Schweitzer, in June in Wichita, Index (by counties) to the NARA on-line Records of Enemy Alien, Registration Affidavits, 1917-1921 (current project), NEW - mail list ( any one can subscribe to this list used for exchanging ideas and getting news of KCGS to the genealogical community

Midwest Historical and Genealogical Society Site: Complete library holdings, Ahnentafels of members, 1860 Butler, Hunter, Otoe and Marion County Census, 1870 and 1880 Sedgwick County census, Index to the 1900 Sedgwick County census, 1875 Sedgwick county census, Index to obituaries found in the Wichita Eagle/Beacon for most years between 1956 and 1998, Indexes to Sedgwick County Marriage Affidavits for 1887-1910, Wichita City Directories 1878 and 1883, We coordinate our efforts with Sedgwick county site so as to provide links to all Sedgwick County information from both sites.

Tri-Conference References