Books pertaining to Warrick County, Indiana located in the Boonville
These can be found in the Indiana Room at the library. Ask for entry to this room at the main desk. The books in this room are for research only and can not be checked out of the library.
This is a bicentennial project for the Captain Jacob Warrick Chapter of the DAR. Listed here are Revolution soldiers and patriots that are buried in Warrick and some of their descendents. As many as 2,000 or more descendents are listed for some of those below. Though extensive, these works do not cover all of the descendents of the main people. This set is located in The Boonville Public Library in Boonville, Warrick Co, and Willard Library in Evansville, Vanderburgh Co., IN.
When the DAR was doing their above project they asked for family and Bible records that were available. When finished there were fourteen volumes of these records in book form. Recently the index has been completed and is in the Boonville Library along with the records books. This index is where you want to look first. A rough estimate says there are over 10,000 individuals listed and I would also say closer to 15,000. These records were transcribed from the original bibles and other records loaned to the DAR for their project. The information is sometimes no more than the mention of the person but you won't know what you can find until you look.
If you have questions or problems with this site, email the County Coordinator. Please to not ask for specfic research on your family. I am unable to do your personal research. I do not live in Indiana and do not have access to additional records.