Seattle Genealogical Society
SGS Databases and Research Services
Throughout out nearly 100 year history, Seattle Genealogical Society members have compiled many databases and indexes from unique sources that you will not find anywhere else. These projects are provided for your review and research. While some materials are available to all, some represent considerable effort and expense on the part of our members and are only available to our members. Research requests may be submitted by non-members for a fee for those databases, or consider joining SGS for access to all databases. Check back often to see what new information may be available.
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An index of articles for all volumes of the SGS Bulletin and the Journal of the Seattle Genealogical Society from 1952 to the present. Past issues can be viewed online through Seattle Public Library. More recent issues require member login to view or non-members may make a research request.
[Located in Category: Publications]
SGS members are able to list their research surnames. Visitors and members alike can contact participating members for information regarding the individuals in member trees.
[Located in Category: Families and Names]
KC3I - King County Court Cases Index, 1881-1980 -- Lookups and Case Numbers Only
The King County Court Cases Index (KC3I) is an index of over 1.7 million case records from the King County Court or US District Court in Seattle from before 1881 to 1980.
[Located in Category: Government and Courts]
Pierce County Voter Registration Cover
In 1981, member Linda L. Durbin bought this volume at a swap meet in Kent. Ms. Durbin subsequently offered it to SGS for publication in the Bulletin.
[Located in Category: Government and Courts]
These transcriptions are a list of remains cremated by Wright's from Sep 1, 1905 thru Dec 31, 1915. In some cases these transcriptions have information not found elsewhere. As an example, Henry Rea died in Oct of 1908 (as shown on death certificate) but was not cremated until July 1910 and his ashes were sent to New York. Another example is that the remains of Tom Elgie, who died in Mar 1908, were scattered on a lawn. Some entrees include only a limb, and in a couple of cases, the family pet.
[Located in Category: Cemeteries, Burial]
Images of the membership records from the Ballard Veterans of Foreign Wars Organization, post 1411. Records include members who served in the Spanish-American War to the Viet Nam war. Only records of deceased members are included.
[Located in Category: Organizations and Schools]