Cass County, Indiana

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Cass is a county in Indiana. It was formed in 1829 from the following county/ies: unorganized (Carroll). Cass began keeping birth records in 1882, marriage records in 1829, and death records in 1882. It began keeping land records in 1830, probate records in 1829, and court records in 1829. For more information, contact the county at 200 Court Park, Rm. 203, Logansport 46947. On the attached map, Cass is located at C4.

Cass County, Indiana INGenWeb

Cass County, Indiana

Cass County Historical Society

Logansport-Case County Public Library

Cass County Cemeteries from FindAGrave

History of Cass County, Indiana : From the earliest time to the present ... : together with an extended history of the Northwest, the Indiana Territory, and the state of Indiana / edited by Thomas B. Helm., 1886

History of Cass County Indiana : From its earliest settlement to the present time : with biographical sketches and reference to biographies previously compiled / edited by Dr. Jehu Z. Powell, 1913, Volume 1; Volume 2

For information about the state of Indiana see Indiana Family History Research.

The Counties and County Seats of Indiana

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