“Branching Out From St. Clair County Illinois,” the Official Quarterly for the Marissa Historical and Genealogical Society, is published four times a year. Every member will receive a quarterly as part of their membership fee. The Quarterly is published in November, February, May and August.
Our quarterlies include genealogical and historical information from St. Clair, Randolph, and Washington Counties.
Members of the MHGS are encouraged to submit articles of historical or genealogical interest that they would like published in the quarterly. We do not assume responsibility for errors or fact of judgment on the part of the contributor.
Back Issues of the quarterly are available for $10.00 per copy.
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Contents of the last “four” quarterlies:
Volume 45, Number 3 May 2018
Hissong Barber Shop
Marissa Monitor 5 January 1883
Marissa Monitor 10 January 1880
Biography of Thomas Keyworth
Lazarus Rednour, A few Descendants of
Marissa Are Veterans of WWII. Frank L. Geralds thru Vernon Hildebrand.
Marissa Museum Feature
Volume 45, Number 2 February 2018
Marissa Township High School 1949-1950
Pioneer Home LIfe, by Elbert Waller
Nashville News Obituaries 19 Jul 1989
Warren Catlin Hamill Letter – 1922
Marissa Area Veterans: Robert Dickey thru Burley Geralds
Marissa Museum Girl Scout Display
John McMillan History
Margaret Alberta Hamilton – Veteran
Volume 45, Number 1 November 2017
Marissa Township Boys in the US Armed Forces
Men and Women in the Military, WWII
Pauline Cromer Adair, Keith Aiken, Leonard Albert Robert Anglin,
Garret E. Atkins, Allan Baird, Nixon L. Ballard, Gene Barker, William C.
Beckman, Edward John Bennett, William, Blum, Joe Blus, Gene Bollmeier,
Charles “Red” Bottino, Albert Brazinski, Harold Brown, James Brown
Paul D. Brown, Carl Calvert, Harold Calvert, NOrman W. Calvert,
Robert Campbell, Glenn Canning, Jesse Cavaness, Robert Charlwood,
Bruce Church, Gene Church, Joe J. Church, Lyle Church, Donald Clark,
James Connett, Raymond Cooper, Margaret Cox, William Croft,
Dean Cromer, Howard Cromer, Harold Cromer, Lawrence Cromer, Orville
Cromer, Merle Cunningham, Noah Davis, William Degen, Emory Devitt,
Walter Dial, Jr.; Edward D. Dickey
Veterans buried in Marissa Township Cemeteries
Letters of Samuel L. Coulter (Civil War)
Civil Warl Letter of William P. Elliott
Grand Army of the Republic
Veteran Loses Life in Mining Accident
The Attack on Pearl Harbor (Related to news reporter by N. R. Stewart)
Where Can I Find it?
Letters to those Back Home
Volume 44, Number 4 August 2017
Its a Winner
Hodges Family Arrival In Marissa
Republican Advocate, Kaskaskia, IL 1824-1824
Marissa Monitor, 3 January 1880
J. Conrad and Dorothea (Goeckel) Meinhardt
Silver Creek Cemetery, Freeburg, St. Clair County, IL
Farmers Telephone Company Directory, Swanwick, IL, 1961
New Athens Journal Obituaries/Deaths, July/August 1945
Nashville News, Nashville, IL Obituaries 11 Jan 1989
What’s New at the MHGS Museum/Library
ISGS Fall Conference
Where to Search