A genealogy resource exclusively devoted to African American family history research.
The largest online family history resource available, Ancestry Library edition provides unprecedented access to family history via documents that record the lineage of individuals from the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Europe, Australia, and more. Search census, immigration, birth, marriage, and death records and many other primary sources.
Ancestry has temporarily lifted restrictions on home use and has made this resource available for library users accessing from home through April 30, 2020.
These marriage records are available in the Campbell County Clerk’s office at the Campbell County Courthouse, 500 South Gillette Avenue, Gillette, WY. For a copy of these marriage records, copy the name, page and volume number and go to the Clerk’s office or call 307 682-7285. This information has been provided as a courtesy of the Campbell County Genealogical Society and the Campbell County Public Library Reference Staff.
The Fox Funeral Home was the first funeral home opened in Gillette, WY opening in 1907. These records span the years 1907-1947. Each entry in this index is taken directly from the digitized image of the funeral record and has a CD number that corresponds to the image. You may request a copy of an image by calling the Reference Department at 307-687-0115. Access to these funeral records were generously provided by the Campbell County Cemetery District.
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An extensive digital map collection, with more than 400,000 high-resolution, full-color historic maps. Cadastral (property and land-ownership) maps, antique world maps, city directories, and illustrations allow genealogists, historians, and researchers to track the residential genealogy of families and locations across time. This is a paid subscription resource. It is available to all Wyoming library cardholders. Have your library card number and PIN handy for access outside the library.
The library retains microfilm of various Campbell County newspapers from 1892 to the present. The reference department staff has indexed these newspapers with a specific focus on genealogical information including announcements of births, marriages, divorces and obituaries. Also indexed are major News-Record articles from 1988-2001 which can be searched by the Reference staff upon request. The news indexing was stopped after the establishment of the Gillette News-Record web site in December 2001, which features its own searchable archive.
Access more than 10,000 genealogy books and periodicals in print and on microform, with access to online genealogy databases.
This report provides the name of the deceased, plot numbers, date of birth, date of burial, age, sex, veteran status, and other plot information. The Mt. Pisgah cemetery records were provided by the Campbell County Cemetery District. We will update these records once yearly. These records may not be reproduced for profit in any format. Please remember that the record shows date of burial, not date of death. You may request a copy of an obituary by calling the Reference Department at 307-687-0115.
This alphabetical subject index contains a wide range of topics from Campbell County and some nearby locations. Gathered from local newspapers, magazines and brochures, the articles encompass important information regarding businesses, organizations, industries (farming, mining, petroleum, ranching and railroads), churches, cemeteries, hospitals, parks, people, government, law enforcement, post offices, school buildings, geological and historical landmarks, extreme weather, unusual events, serious crimes, significant fires, historical firsts, population statistics, building construction and demolition. Sporting and school events are not generally covered. The information from 1934 through 1999 is comprehensive; however, at this time, the entries from 1905 through 1933 are not. Each record includes a subject, date of publication, an illustration designation (“Y” indicating yes, a blank space indicating no), page number, and headline. To access these articles, you may visit the library and personally view the “Local History” binders, call the library’s reference department at 307-687-0115.