Monday, April 13, 2015

New Issue of Indiana Genealogist: Deaf Ancestors, Civil War Vets, and More

The new issue of Indiana Genealogist, the quarterly journal published by the Indiana Genealogical Society, is now available. In this issue, you will find:

  • Amy Johnson Crow's detailed profile of students from the Indiana School for the Deaf who are buried in Crown Hill Cemetery in Indianapolis
  • David C. Bailey, Sr.'s biographic entries for some Indiana Civil War veterans who are buried in Illinois
  • Patricia K. Johnson's account of the restoration of a historic church in Elkhart County
  • Rachel Popma's compilation of items on a Dearborn County elopement in 1903
  • Marlene Polster's profile of photos in the Valparaiso Public Library's collection
  • Brief records form Adams, Bartholomew, Hamilton, Henry, Knox, Marion, Montgomery, and Vanderburgh counties
IGS members can access Indiana Genealogist by logging into the IGS website. Click on "Members Only Databases" and select "IGS Records."

Not an IGS member? You can join online! The Indiana Genealogist is just one of several member benefits!

“Ladies Group” of Indiana School for the Deaf alumni, 1908. Image courtesy Library of Congress.

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