These death records are from the State of Illinois web page and are provided here for assistance in finding alternate spellings and so our Clinton County Searchers will find them. As usual with early, hand written Clinton County clerk records, be vigilant for the wrong interpretation between the "u" and the "n" and between the "L" and the "S". Background material and tips for using the State data base are given on the State's web page.
The full record information does NOT contain the parents' names but may contain the following items (not every record includes all this information):
|Number||Date of Report||Name||Gender & Color|
|Age at Death||Occupation||Date of Death||Marital Status|
|Nationality||Where Born||Length of Residency in Illinois||Place of Death|
|Cause of Death||Complication||Duration of Disease||Place of Burial|
|Date of Burial||Name of Undertaker||Place of Business||Name and Address of Physician|
If you want a printed copy of the Death Record:
- Rent the microfilm through your local Family History
Center. There is one copy of that microfilm permanently at
the O'Fallon, IL FHC.
- You may borrow the microfilm through your local library
from the Illinois
State Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library.
- Go to the Illinois
State Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library or to the Illinois
- You could order/pick-up a copy through the Illinois State Archives' Illinois Regional Archives Depository (IRAD) located on the SIU Carbondale campus.
- You could order/pick-up a copy of a death certificate from the Clinton
County Clerk's office.
- If none of these work for you, Contact Us and we will try to help.
If anyone would like to volunteer to do look-ups or make copies for other researchers, please let Contact Us. Some locations allow the use of thumb drives and digital camera making copying easier. The USGenWeb Project and its affiliated projects are completely free and do NOT charge for any services, however, we hope requesters would reimburse your expenses for items like gasoline, copying, and postage.