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Do you own books, CDs, microfilmed records, (census, newspapers), or other resource materials pertaining to Marion County, Kansas? Would you be willing to do lookups?  If so, please contact me,  Rebecca Maloney.  You could provide a valuable resource for our fellow Marion County researchers!

It is the policy of The KSGenWeb Project and The USGenWeb Project to prohibit our lookup volunteers from infringing on copyright laws; therefore, when requesting a lookup, please follow these guidelines when requesting a lookup.

Please enter MARION CO, KS LOOKUP in the subject line.
List the title of the materiel that you are requesting the 'lookup' from in the first line of your message.
Be specific in your search! (For example, in a book of marriages, you might ask for the marriage date of John XXXX and Mary XXXX.) Please DO NOT ask for a list of marriages with the XXXX surname.
Limit your requests to one or possibly two items per request
Please, DO NOT ask for photocopies!
Last but not least,.. Please don't forget to thank these wonderful volunteers for their time and efforts!!


Name of Resource Volunteer
World War Roll of Honor Marion County Kansas, compiled by, Mrs. John H. Alexander & Mrs. Elbert R. Dean, Marion, Kansas ©1920. List of those from Marion County, Kansas who had anything to do with World War One.  The book itself is not indexed, but I have compiled an index to make lookups fairly easy.  Many entries have a lot of genealogical information, including parents, spouse, birth date/place, etc.  
1860 Census - Marion County, Kansas,  (Will lookup the name as long as there is an exact reference to locate the name; i.e., township location, etc.)  
1906 List of Cemeteries in Kansas, including Marion County,
This is a list of the Cemeteries only, individuals buried there are not listed.
Peabody, The First 100 Years,   by Peabody Gazette-Herald, Reprinted in 1988  
1880 Federal Census, Marion County Kansas,  Compiled by Earl G. Darby  
Days to Remember, The Burns Community 1864 - 1970,   by Hazel C. Bruner  
Burns, Kansas 100-Years 1880 - 1980,  The Burns Centennial Staff  
The Larsen Family, Danish Pioneers, Marion County, Kansas - 1875,  by Phyllis Larsen Ericson  
The Hett Family Tree,  (Listing all currently known descendants of Heinrich Hett (1830-1905) and Katharina Hichler (1831-1893), of Marion County, Kansas.  Through their eleven sons and daughters and fifty-seven Grand-chldren as of August 31, 1996)  by Dennis R. Hett  
The Dohners and Hansens 1734 - 1978,  by Dale A. Hansen (Many of these descendants were in Marion County, Kansas)  
1969 Pictorial Directory - Ebenfeld Mennonite Brethren Church,  (2 miles east, 4 miles south of Hillsboro, Kansas)  
Peabody High School Alumni 1881 - 1971, Peabody-Burns USD 398,  by Alumni  
Blue Jay 1965,  Yearbook for Tabor College, Hillsboro, Kansas  
The Diary of David P. and Sara Schroeder of Lehigh, Marion County, Kansas,  (from the 1st of January 1884 through the 5th of April 1886)  by the Center for Mennonite Brethren Studies, Tabor College, Hillsboro, Kansas  
Marion County Kansas - Past and Present,  by Sondra Van Meter  
Diary of Marion Gladys Hess  1935 to 1939, Peabody, Marion County, Kansas,  


Resources for sale
(No affiliation with the KSGenWeb)
Any income over cost will go to the Lower Volga Villages Research Project
The Story of Lehigh (KS), by, Loren Weinbrenner ©. A settlement of Germans from Russia in Kansas, Lehigh was a booming little town founded in 1877.  The manuscript written as a research paper, then edited by Janet Flickinger, incl. 1895 census records, market prices in 1906, church and school history, early day business owners & more.  37 pgs. For pricing and to order please contact the person listed to the right. Janet Flickinger
Papa, How Did You Say Goodbye?, by, Emma Wassenmiller Kerbs ©.  One family's story oftheir life in Volga, Russia including customs, preservation of food, life in general, and then persecution by the Bolsheviks, and finally immigration to the U.S. in 1921-22.  35 pages.  For pricing and to order please contact the person listed to the right. Janet Flickinger
Declaration of Intentions filed in Marion County, KS (1907-1951), 24 pages (includes only Germans from Russia)  For pricing and to order please contact the person listed to the right. Janet Flickinger
Trinity Lutheran Church - Lehigh, Marion Co., KS - 1890-1950,  53 pages, including list of pastors;  history of the church; "Early Communion Lists";  "Family Register";  "Marriage Register";  "Baptism Register";  "Death Register" and my own compilation of the church families from information extracted from the records.  Each section in alphabetical order.  For pricing and to order please contact the person listed to the right. Janet Flickinger


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