These are a wonderful resource for old and new obituaries. Includes obituaries from the Anderson Daily Bulletin. Copies of obituaries may be ordered from the library for a small fee. This is an index but copies of obituaries may be ordered. The Indiana State Library is creating a death index for Indianapolis based on the newspaper title "Indianapolis Commercial". Includes obituaries, marriages, divorces, births, anniversaries and other events recorded in local Montgomery County newspapers between 18. entries from the New Albany Ledger, New Albany Ledger Standard, New Albany Daily Standard and the New Albany Weekly Tribune newspapers for years 1849-1889. Located at the North Madison County Public Library System - Indiana Room Collection. Located at USGW Archives, it is an index of obituaries extracted from The American Friend, a Quaker publication. Copies of obituaries may be requested from the Earlham College. I have also included some death index search engines. Located at The Digital Library of Georgia through the Georgia Public Library Service. Includes 1994-2007 Obituary Indexes for the Belleville News Democrat, 1904-1939 Obituary Index for the Freeburg Tribune newspaper, several cemetery tombstone indexes and a plethora of other genealogy databases. The database features birth, marriage and death events which were printed in local Wheaton, Illinois newspapers. Includes early to present day obituaries from the Alexandria Times-Tribune and the Anderson Herald-Bulletin newspapers. Currently the index begins in the 1920s and contains about 40,000 entries. A list of complete obituaries for people who died in Jefferson County Indiana and published in the Western Christian Advocate which was published in Cincinnati, OH. The searchable database features historical issues of the newspapers published in Milledgeville, GA dating back to 1808. The database features an index of obituaries appearing in the Savannah Morning News in years 1916-19-1996. The Boise Public Library will provide copies of obituaries found in the index. The index also contains records of people from other localities who died in Eastern Idaho. Newspaper titles include: Federal / Confederate Union, Future Citizen, Georgia Argus, Georgia Journal, Milledgeville Intelligencer, Milledgeville News, The Reflector, The Southern Recorder, Southron, Standard of Union and The Union Recorder. The statewide death certificate database is searchable by name, county of death, year of death and death certificate number. Includes a searchable archive of over 20,000 obituaries. Actual images of the death certificates are available online. Includes 1897 - 1949 obituaries from the Millstadt Enterprise newspaper.
This meant that farmers and city dwellers alike enjoyed affordable wood frame houses that were detached and set apart from one another on spacious lots.Go inside on a tour and see the richly appointed interiors, complete with a Jacobean-style ballroom and auditorium with English hammer beam trusses.After your tour, you'll agree that the AIA did not engage in hyperbole.The concentration of modern buildings in Columbus is one of the largest concentrations of works by master architects in abstract design in the country.Downtown Indianapolis is the home of one of the largest groupings of Masonic temples in the nation. The American Institute of Architects once declared that the Scottish Rite Cathedral of Indianapolis was "one of the world's most beautiful buildings." Visit this imposing home of the highest rite of Masonry, modeled on the most majestic European cathedrals, and observe its Tudor/Gothic nave, tower and choir, complete with flying buttresses.factory now houses desirable condos with great views of the Downtown skyline. Since only homes tend to continue to be used for their original purpose, Indiana is full of historic architecture seeking a new use.And Hoosiers are ingenious in coming up with new possibilities.These links will take you to various obituary search engines maintained by Libraries, Universities and other sources. The searchable database includes obituaries 1960 to present from the Des Moines Register, 1982 to present from the Business Record, 1992 to present from Cityview, 1907-19-1982 from the Des Moines Tribune, 1986-1992 from the Des Moines Skywalker, 2002-2004 from the Des Moines Press Citizen and scattered dates from issues of 1894-1951 in the Iowa Bystander. Located at Roots Web, the index includes newspaper abstracts, excerpts, death notices and obituaries from area newspapers of Bedford, IA, Clarinda, IA, Maryville, MO, Blockton, IA, Hopkins, MO, Shenandoah, IA and others. Gospel Advocate Obituary Index - Church of Christ 1855-2006 Seventh Day Adventist Obituary Search Engine Mennobits - Obituaries of Amish and Mennonite Families 1864-1998. The unique search engine will locate names, and keywords to help you locate newspaper articles about any subject or person, including YOUR ancestors and obituaries. Many of them are indexes and actual copies of the obituaries must be ordered from the institution who holds the files. Includes 2002-2006 obituaries appearing in local Muncie newspapers along with some older obituaries. The search also may include funeral home records, cemetery records, wills and court records. Located at the Frankfort Community Public Library, it contains obituaries between 18 appearing in the Frankfort Times, the Frankfort Crescent, and the Frankfort Banner newspapers. Articles indexed, include obituaries, deaths, marriages, and misc. Database includes obituaries, obsequies and death notices 1870-1905 taken from the Sullivan Democrat, Sullivan Union and Carlisle Democrat newspapers. American Jewish Year Book Cumulative Index of Obituaries American Friend Obituary Index. Workers lived in wooden cottages in Lockerbie Square or Chatham Arch, and the more affluent lived in large Queen Anne frame houses in Woodruff Place or the Old Northside. Many grand public buildings in the Romanesque style have been demolished in Indiana, but there are still imposing examples.Saw mills were in every town or city until the late 19th century. Lanier, a wealthy banker, in 1844 hired Francis Costigan, the state's most gifted Greek Revival architect, to design a grand mansion. My choice for the most impressive is the Indianapolis Union Railway Station, designed by Pittsburgh architect Thomas Rodd and constructed by the Pennsylvania Railroad in 1887-88. The Indianapolis station shows off the mammoth granite arches, medieval-like turrets and imposing clock tower that were inspired by Richardson's research into the architecture of Romanesque cathedrals in southern France and northern Spain.