Town Web Sites

Grabill official town web site.

Huntertown official town web site.

Leo-Cedarville official town web site.

New Haven offical town web site.

Woodburn official town web site.

General Information

Allen County in 1816? No, there wasn’t one by Tom Castaldi for Fort Wayne Magazine Friday, May 27th, 2016.

2012 Allen County Annual Report - Building Toward the Future - with Maplecrest Road extension on front cover

2011 Allen County Annual Report - New Beginnings... ...and New Missions

2010 Allen County Annual Report -

Allen County Fun Facts and more by Steve Warden published June 15, 2016 by The Journal Gazette newspaper.

Allen County historical folder information in the Manuscripts & Rare Books Division Indiana State Library on IN.gov the online Finding Aid Index

Allen County Legacy Projects for 2016 Indiana Bicentennial on IN.gov.

Aerial maps of Allen County back to 1938 on iMap GIS Data Viewer Allen County. Top right choose Aerial > Open Historical Imagery > Choose years from 1938 to present.

Allen County USGenWeb Archives

Applications for Naturalization, 1844-1906 at the Genealogy Center. Information includes name, date of application, native country. Later ones also include age, port of embarkation, and date and place of arrival.

Association of Indiana Counties web site

County ebooks

Over 90,000 ebooks , over 21,000 cataloged as genealogy, from the The Genealogy Center collection at the Internet Archive

Allen County, Indiana books on FamilySearch.org Family History Books

Livingston's Law Register, 1851 on Google books  Allen County Lawyers 

S. U. Goodwin's Allen County gazetteer and business directory for 1862 (Volume yr.1862) - Beeks, James C., comp ebook on Internet Archive

History of Allen County, Indiana published in 1880 by Kingman Brothers ebook on Internet Archive

History of the Maumee River basin from the earliest account to its organization into counties by Slocum, Charles Elihu, 1841-1915; Robertson, R. Stoddart, 1839-; published 1905 ebook on Internet Archive

History of the Maumee River basin from the earliest account to its organization into counties by Slocum, Charles Elihu, 1841-1915; Robertson, Robert Stoddart, 1839-1936; published 1905 ebook on Internet Archive

History of the Maumee River Basin : from the earliest account to its organization into counties by Slocum, Charles Elihu, 1841-1915; published 1905 ebook on Internet Archive

No Volume 2 - yet - History of the Maumee River basin from the earliest account to its organization into counties Volume 2 by Slocum, Charles Elihu, 1841-1915; Robertson, R. Stoddart, 1839-; published 1905

History of the Maumee River basin from the earliest account to its organization into counties Volume 3 by Slocum, Charles Elihu, 1841-1915; Robertson, R. Stoddart, 1839-; published 1905  ebook on Internet Archive

History of the Maumee Valley, commencing with its occupation by the French in 1680 (1872) - Knapp, Horace S. ebook on Internet Archive

History of the Maumee River basin from the earliest account to its organization into counties Volume 3 by Slocum, Charles Elihu, 1841-1915; Robertson, R. Stoddart, 1839-; Published 1905  ebook on Internet Archive

Map of Allen County, Indiana : roads by Darling, Orin M; Tonkel, William; Lindemuth, C. Ross Published 1923

Indiana Resources

Indiana Archives and Records Administration also see ELECTRONIC RECORDS

Indiana Laws and Statutes page on Cyndi's List is important to understand the laws of the time and place when and where our ancestors lived.

Indiana State Library Encounter the Past online digital collection of photos and more.

STATE IMAGING AND MICROFILM LABORATORY on IN.gov 

The Indiana/Virginia land dispute letters dated November 4, 1779 by Bethany Fiechter on Indiana State Library blog on IN.gov.

The Naming of Indiana by Cyrus W. Hodgin 1903 article on Indiana Historical Bureau on IN.gov.

Other Sources

  1. Family Research at DPLA The Digital Public Library of America (DPLA) is a free national digital library that provides access to millions of materials from libraries, archives, and museums across the US.

 

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