Thursday, November 10, 2011

IGS Appoints 4 County Genealogists

At its November board meeting, the Indiana Genealogical Society appointed 4 more Indiana County Genealogists:

Sue Caldwell of Rensselaer is the Indiana County Genealogist for Jasper County. Sue moved to Indiana in 1961 and will soon celebrate her 50th anniversary with her husband James. She worked in banking for 20 years and has been doing genealogical research for about 40 years. In addition to the Indiana Genealogical Society, she also holds memberships in the Jasper County Historical Society, Daughters of the American Revolution and the Ohio Genealogical Society. She has several projects under consideration, including digitizing some of the genealogical records available at the Jasper County Historical Society and starting a photo collection of Jasper County families and their ancestors.

Barb Mulholland of Wolcottville is the Indiana County Genealogist for LaGrange County. Barb is a life member of the Noble County Genealogical Society and has spent the past few years in LaGrange County and Noble County doing genealogy research. She is currently partnering with the LaGrange County Historical Society, the LaGrange County Public Library, the local DAR Chapter and 4-H leaders to form a strong LaGrange County Genealogical Society.

Debby Warren of Clinton is the Indiana County Genealogist for Vermillion County. Debby has worked very closely with Walter Warren, the former ICG for Vermillion County, and has a good working relationship with the county clerk's office. She volunteers in the genealogy department of the Vermillion County Public Library, helping them with indexing and enjoys helping others with their research. She serves on the board of directors of the Wabash Valley Genealogy Society and is also on several of their committees.

Terri Wargo of Williamsport is the Indiana County Genealogist for Warren County. A lifelong resident of Warren County, she serves as the director of the West Lebanon-Pike Township Public Library and is also the Warren County Historian. Terri enjoys writing articles for the Danville, Illinois Commercial News and is dedicated to the preservation of Warren County history and helping anyone with their genealogy.

About ICG
Indiana County Genealogist (ICG) is a program of the Indiana Genealogical Society. Its goal is to appoint qualified individuals to represent each of the 92 counties in Indiana. The ICG promotes genealogical and historical research and education within the county, is familiar with the genealogical records and repositories in the county, is aware of record retention policies and issues and acts as a resource person for those doing research in the county.

If you would like to apply to be an Indiana County Genealogist for your area, please visit

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