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Immigration

Emphasis on early Immigrants to Chicago's Near West Side (scroll down for this)


Surname pages, forums and bulletin boards
SurnamePages provide information and links about these families and more
Brown Ireland to St. Joseph, Missouri to Chicago, Illinois and others
Related names are O'Halloran, Brennan, Corcoran, Gray, Jones, Kelly, Macken, Rynne
Gubbins
(and Barry)
Limerick, Ireland to Chicago, Illinois and others
Some related names are Carlin, Forrester, Mullen
Healy Ireland to Iowa to Chicago, Illinois; Clare, Ireland to Chicago, Illinois; many others
Kerfin Lindow (near Berlin), Germany to Western Illinois, to Chicago, Illinois, c. 1870
McEvoy Dublin to Chicago, Illinois (1848) and others
Mullen Armagh to Vermont, 1844; Vermont to Illinois, 1868
Neyendorf Germany to Henderson County IL; to Chicago
O'HalloranIreland to St. Joseph, Missouri to Chicago, Illinois and others
Related names are Brown, Brennan, Corcoran, Gray, Jones, Kelly, Rynne
Riordan Ballyvorneen, Caherconlish Parish, Limerick to Chicago, Illinois (1867-8) and others
Woelfel Hanover or Mecklenburg, Germany to Chicago, Illinois, pre 1860 and others

History and Genealogy, especially for Chicago
A Web Page of Chicago History Links can help you find historical information
*At Chicago's Official Web Page;The Chicago Public Library; The Chicago Historical Society; Roosevelt University's online Course in Chicago History
*About Chicago's pre-1940 architecture; the CTA and the "L";
* From original sources (text and pictures) on American History

A Web Page of Links about Chicago's Near West Side can help you find historical information, maps, and pictures about Immigrants and Chicago's Near West Side - 1850-1880

A Web Page of Chicago (and Illinois) Genealogy links can help you find
*Your ancestors in the Index of Illinois Marriages from 1763-1900 NEW!!
*USGenWeb's Cook County, Illinois Homepage; Newberry Library's Genealogy section; Database of Illinois in the Civil War; Databases and other holdings of the Illinois State Archives;
*Tom Cook's database which includes many Irish families in Chicago from 1830-1900
*Excerpts from the 1846 Directory of Businesses, showing business owners and their locations; A Listing of cemeteries in the Chicago area around 1920; Excerpts from the 1850 Federal Census for Chicago


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