The Lee County Genealogical Society was founded in 1994 and is dedicated to the purpose of promoting awareness of family history and helping people in their genealogical research. The society is a not-for-profit organization, relying on work by volunteers and individual donations to help pay expenses.
The “Family Tree Center” is located at 111 South Hennepin Avenue in Dixon, Illinois. The Center is open to the public Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm, and on Thursday from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm. The hours vary on holiday weeks so it may be best to call and check our hours if you plan to visit (815-288-6702). Please call during open hours.
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George Ham Page along with his brothers (Charles A. Page, William B. Page and David S. Page) and their sister Julia M. Page, who married a HARRIS, were the children of John H. Page and Julia Fellows, of New Hampshire … Continue reading
September, 2012 During the recent Tales from Beyond the Grave, cemetery walk at Oakwood Cemetery in Dixon IL, I (Dana Fellows) played the part of my gg-uncle, Michael Fellows. The following is a transcript of what Michael Fellows had to … Continue reading
Here is a bit of trivia, probably not known by anyone around the Dixon area. Question: What does Page Park in Dixon IL and the Patti Page have in common besides the name Page in their name? The answer is … Continue reading
Alto Township Schools Taken from the book Pictorial History of Lee County Schools Dana Fellows ~ 2007 Carey School, District #133Carey School was located on the southwest corner of Steward Road and Hayes Road in Alto Township. Carey became … Continue reading
The Lee County Genealogical Society is now an affiliate of the Family History Center in Salt Lake City.
Here is a short cut of a list of favorites on their site.