What's New

Craig Colony Patients' Property Books, c. 1912-1947

April 2019

With no known patient records from Craig Colony Hospital for Epileptics, we rely on other resources to help us learn about our ancestors who spent time at the institution. These record books detail some of the personal belongings of patients at the hospital. Two books itemize the property, and one is just an index - the record book itself is not known to survive. Search our Online Records Database by name to see if your person is indexed in this exciting new mini-collection.

Patients Property book cover
peabody

Peabody Diary Collection, 1849-1937 Index

February 2019

Browse the PDF index for a name; take note of the abbreviation and number given, which corresponds to a diary, and contact us for more information! Click here for the index.

Coroner's Records, 1906-1936

November 2018

This series, the bulk from 1923-1936, primarily comprises detailed Coroner's Inquests and corresponding Coroner's Decisions. Because of the sensitive nature of these records, no index is published. Please contact us about a specific case.

Clipping of a Coroner's Decision
Civil War Deserters

Civil War Deserters, 1862-1863

September 2018

These valuable lists document men who were identified as deserting their regiments during the Civil War. View original images here!

WW I Collection from the Livingston County Veteran Services Agency

June 2017

This collection of WW I papers may be of use to those planning to attend college

The La Verne Noyes Scholarship is for direct descendants of honorably discharged American veterans who served in World War I. 

Eligible students apply through the colleges offering the scholarship, and they need to show proof of their lineage and of their ancestor's military service. This collection may help - please inquire!

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