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Community Walk. Maps have been created with CommunityWalk, which allows the public to place markers on Google maps and satellite images for homes, workplaces, schools, churches, cemeteries, and other places of interest. It also provides for the addition of family history and photos.

Click on a marker to see a description or photo.
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DuPage Township Plat Maps. Plat maps have been collected for DuPage Township, Will County, Illinois, where Patrick and Bridget Biggins had a farm. Sources include Fountaindale Historical Society, Joliet Public Library, Lewis University, and Lockport Public Library. Eighteen maps have been collected to date:    1873   1893 (partial)   1909   1925   1933   1963   1966   1972   1978   1980   1982   1988   1992   1994   1996   1998   2000   2002  

1940 US Census Maps. Maps from the US Census of April 1, 1940, showing Enumeration Districts.

Helden Map. On January 13, 1846, Wilhelm and Bernardina Heller DrŁeke had their sixth child, Anna Sophia. Godmother was Anna Elisabeth Struck Kordes, wife of Joseph Kordes, a farmer from Helden. Godfather was the parish priest at St. Hippolytus, Father Johann Wilhelm Pulte. The Kordes home is No. 19 on this Helden Map.

Colles Atlas. Marilyn and Peter Biggins bought a house in 1989 at 230 Old Kings Highway North in Darien, Connecticut. In 1789, Christopher Colles had included the location in A Survey of the Roads of the United States of America. The Red Mill on the Country Road describes the Colles map and the history of the grist mill that had been located on the property.

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