Books 2, 3, and 4 contain line item entries taken from microfilm and verified against original records held in the Jackson County Courthouse. There are no death certificates for these entries. Book 5 is a compilation of death certificates fromm 1912-1915 found in miscellaneous books. Published in 2003. Compiled by Phoebe Cox. 50 pages in alphabetical order.
An alphabetical index to naturalization records held in the Jackson County Courthouse. Published in 1983. By Louise Morehouse. 35 pages.
An alphabetical list of 523 additional naturalization records found in the Jackson County Recorder's office after the 1983 publication was completed. Published in 1988. By Louise Morehouse. 36 pages.
An alphabetical list of 886 naturalization records held in the Jackson County Courthouse. Many records contain information from final naturalization papers (i.e. Petition for Naturalization and Court Order Granting Citizenship). Published in 2004. By Louise Morehouse, 111 pages.
A restored, reformatted and reprinted book originally written in 1887 by S. S. Boggs, a Sgt. in the 21st Illinois Infantry. 96 pages. Reprinted in 2007.
This publication was originally written by Will W. Husband. The Historical society reprinted the booklet in 1983. 21 pages in length.
A history of the Village of Vergennes, Illinois. Written by Verna (Porter) Smith in 1980. 256 pages in length.
A pictorial of Jackson county communities during the 1943 and 1947 floods. Compiled by Bob Morefield. Published in 2009. 88 pages.
A reprint of the Daily Independent insert. Printed in 2007. 16 pages.
A typed reproduction of the original document, with contents in both alphabetical order and by order the census was taken. Compiled by Phoebe Cox. Printed in 2005. 52 pages.
A compilation of the death certificates of Jackson County residents who died in the 1925 tornado. The book also contains copies of various articles from local newspapers pertaining to the tornado. Complied by Phoebe Cox. Published in 2005. 300 pages.
Excerpts from 227 pages of the County Commissioner's court records for years 1835 - 1841 (Vol. II), originally typed by Ruth L. Hutchcraft of the Illinois State Archives. Edited and retyped by Jan Crombar Draper; indexed by Barbara Burr Hubbs. Published in 2009. 245 pages.
Excerpts from 227 pages of the County Commissioner's court records for years 1843 - 1847 (Vol. III), originally typed by Ruth L. Hutchcraft of the Illinois State Archives. Edited and retyped by Jan Crombar Draper; indexed by Barbara Burr Hubbs. Published in 2009. _______ pages.
A compilation of information about the Lindsey family from 1778-1987, as the family migrated from North Carolina to Kentucky to Illinois. Prepared by Thelma L. Baker. Published in 1987. 71 pages.
The Jackson County Historical Society is pleased to offer a re-print of John W. Allen's "Jackson County Notes." The 38-page publication -- originally printed in 1945 -- contains brief notes on numerous communities, landmarks, and early settlers in Jackson County.