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Here at the Republic County Historical
Society we have many research resources that may help you on
your quest to uncover your past.
All information on hand will have a tie
to Republic County. If you know of a family member who lived
or died in Republic County you may find some information in our
Cemetery Records - Records of all cemeteries in Republic County.
Included in the records are the birth and death dates, location of
the cemetery person was buried in. Also included may be
spouse, parents and/or children. These records may not be
complete. Information was compiled from records and
Brides and grooms of Republic
County - 1868-1915.
Deaths - 1885-1911.
Births - 1861-1915.
Civil War Deaths - Some cemetery records of Republic County Civil War Veterans
- Belleville and Republic County.
Yearbooks - Agenda, Belleville, Courtland, Cuba, Hillcrest, Munden,
Republic, Scandia, Pike Valley - our collection is not complete -
many years are missing from some of the towns.
Some information on Republic County One-Room Schools, teachers and
The History of Republic
County, Kansas by I.O. Savage, 1886 and 1901
The Republic County
History by the Republic County Historical Society,
Schools - Compiled by the Republic County
Retired Teachers Association - takes a look at all the one room
schools in Republic County - this book can be ordered from the
RCHS Museum by going to the Book Order Form link at the top of the
Horizons - Prepared by the Republic County
Bicentennial Historical Committee - information on early settlers,
homesteads, markers, and towns in Republic County - this book can
be ordered from the RCHS Museum by going to the Book Order From
link at the top of the page.
Genealogies - we house many family compiled
- Most people buried in Republic County Cemeteries from 1975 - to
the present. This is not a complete collection.
Files - Folders containing information and/ or
certificates on various people in Republic County, churches of the
County, towns and some businesses.
- Many photographs of businesses, people, activities, railroads,
disasters along with too many to list. We also have lots of
unidentified photos that we are more then willing to let
volunteers look through to see if they recognize anyone.
If you have photographs, programs from school,
church, clubs or other activities, family histories,
yearbook's that you don't want to throw out but don't know what
to do with them we will gladly place them into our collection.
This will not only help you cut down on your clutter but help those
who are doing research. Just drop us a line or call us.
Make us your first stop in Republic
You never know what you may
Republic County Historical
Society 615 28th Street
Belleville, Kansas 66935 785~527~5971