Keokuk County IAGenWeb
Free genealogy records
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| Cemeteries | Census | Courts
| Directories/Lists | History
| Land & Property | Military
| Photos & Postcards | Resources | Schools
It is my hope that this site
in your research and
help you grow your family tree.
If you have contributions or
Diemer-Mathews, the Greene County Coordinator.
Please post to the
Queries Boardfor assistance from others.
The following make
additions to this site:
- Journals or diaries
- Pre-1960 yearbooks or alumni lists
- Pre-1960 team photos
- Family histories
- Family website links
Material contributed to the IAGenWeb project sites is
property of the
submitter/contributor and is considered
to be a donation to the
You may send copies of your materials, or you may send the actual material.
I have received donations of both originals and copies, and I am very grateful for both.
I hope your visit to the Keokuk County
IAGenWeb site has been a
rewarding and enjoyable experience
and that you were successful in finding
information to help with your
site is full of
that will allow for a better understanding of the history of Keokuk
and the type of life our
strong-willed ancestors lived.
The pages on this site are
To quickly see what has been
since your last visit
check the "What's
New" page for all additions
Have you ever considered becoming
a volunteer for this project?
Our volunteers are the "heart" of
the free databases found on this
Without the hard work and
generosity of these volunteers, there would
be very little research information available to researchers.
These volunteers give whatever
free time they can spare from their
already busy lives and schedules to contribute anything they can,
whether it is a database,
photographs, postcards, transcribing,
anything that will make our web
site a rewarding place to go to for
your free online Keokuk County research.
Thanks to generous contributors
previous coordinators, we have a
lot to offer you - and it is all FREE!
Thank you to these wonderful
I do my best to ensure names are included, but if your
missing, I apologize and ask that you
contact me through the link above so that I can include you.
|Martha Geyer/John Geyer
||Anita Von Ahsen
*In Memory of Dianne K. Underwood 1945-2007*
Keokuk County Researcher Dianne Underwood was a wonderful volunteer
who loved to help people with questions regarding their roots.
She will be missed by all.