Macon County was Established
on January 19,
Named for Nathaniel Macon, a Colonel during the Revolution and later a
Representative and United States Senator in Congress from North Carolina. He
strenuously opposed the adoption of the United States Constitution as
conferring powers on the Federal government, which should be reserved, to
have lots to put on here so be patient.
If you find identical information anywhere else...
it has been copied from here.
There will be LOTS of broken links
but they will be fixed shortly.
Contact me if there is anything you want online sooner than others.
History of Macon Co.,
Illinois - 1876
Centennial History Of Decatur
was originally transcribed by me in 2003 from my grandmother's book she purchased when she
started tracing our family three. I have inherited it and want to
share it with all researchers.
I will be working on the book
City of Decatur and Macon County, Illinois
Vol. II - Illustrated
publ. by The Pioneer Publishing Company
INDEX TO WILLS 1850 -
I also transcribed almost everything
on this website that will be online very soon.
Here is what is in store for you:
1850 Census of Macon, Illinois
1860 Census - Decatur
1860 Census - Dowling
1860 Census - Maroa
1860 Census - Niantic
1860 Census - Oakley
1860 Census - Sangamon
1860 Census - S. Macon
1860 Census - Wd. 1
Lots more Census records, Cemeteries,
Military Records, Marriages, Deaths,
Come Back often to see what is back online.
Thanks for Stopping by... Sharon Wick
Illinois Military Database
Revolutionary War, The War of 1812, The Civil War and More
Database at Illinois State Archives
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