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Iroquois County, Illinois

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  • William H. Fender (1853 - 1939)
  • John H. Fender (1827 - 1874)
    Father; Henry Fender Mother; Mary Long Married; 07 Oct 1852 Iroquois County, Illinois, USA John H. Fender, who used to reside in this vicinity, died on Tuesday Dec. 22nd, on the farm of George Clark a...
  • Thomas Arrowsmith (1818 - 1886)
    1850 District # 56, Woodford County, Ill Arrowsmith Thomas 35 Arrowsmith Ann 40 Arrowsmith William 15 Arrowsmith Sarah 12 Arrowsmith Viction 10 Arrowsmith Susan 8 Arrowsmith Maria 6 Arrowsmith Esther J...
  • Ann Arrowsmith (1808 - 1886)

Please add profiles of those who were born, lived or died in Iroquois County, Illinois.

Official Website

Iroquois County was created on February 26, 1833 and was named after the Iroquois Indian tribe.

Adjacent Counties

Cities, Villages & Townships

Artesian | Ash Grove | Ashkum | Beaver | Beaverville | Belmont | Buckley | Chebanse | Cissna Park | Clifton | Concord | Crescent | Crescent City | Danforth | Donovan | Douglas | Fountain Creek | Gilman | Iroquois | Loda | Lovejoy | Martinton | Middleport | Milford | Milks Grove | Onarga | Papineau | Pigeon Grove | Prairie Green | Ridgeland | Sheldon | Stockland | Thawville | Watseka (County Seat) | Wellington | Woodland

Links

Wikipedia

Genealogy Trails

Iroquois County Genealogy

Old Iroqouis County Courthouse

Prairie Dell Meetinghouse

A. Herr & E.E. Smith Public Library

Watseka Union Depot