Local researchers can retrieve many Chicago vital records for less than you'd pay to get them from the County Clerk's office. They can also provide color scans of divorce, probate, and naturalization records available through the Circuit Court Archives. Project-based research help is also available.Learn More.
Large-city research can be daunting. We offer guidance on how to find the most frequently-used resources for Chicago research. This understanding will help you whether you're planning to research in person or hire someone to help. Learn More
There is an abundance of genealogy information for Chicago available online. Our list of Internet resources for Chicago and Cook County genealogy research gives you easy access to the most useful websites for local research. Access Links
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