Wisconsin Genealogy & History Resources
County Seat: Kewaunee
Parent: Manitowoc County
* Records before the establishment of the county may be in the parent records.
From: Handbook of Wisconsin by S. Silas, 1855
A new and sparsely settled County, extending from Lake Michigan to Green Bay, and occupying the head of the peninsula. Its principal settlement is at the mouth of the Kewaunee, and its principal trade is lumber, which is cut on that stream. There is much Government land in Kewaunee and most of it of a very good quality.
This section contains links to websites that have multiple databases or webpages with genealogical information.
Birth, Death, & Marriage Records:
Earliest Registration Dates*:
Kewaunee Register of Deeds
613 Dodge St.
Kewaunee, WI 54216-1322
Telephone: (920) 388-4410
Court Records - Naturalization and Probate
Censuses contain valuable information about families. This section contains links to transcribed censuses, census indexes or census images for the county.
This section contains links to family tree websites, biographies and information about individuals that lived in the county.
This section contains links of published histories and historical information about the county, its villages, cities or towns. Sometimes within these histories is information about founders, or other people that settled in the area. It may also include ethnic or religious histories of the communities.