Genealogy Database Development

Make your local vital records available for genealogy research through your library's web site! Winnefox can help you move away from trays of index cards and newspaper clipping files -- all you need to do is designate a staff person or volunteer to enter data from your local files, and we'll do the rest! To get started contact Keetra Baker at

To get an idea of what we can do for your library, take a look at the databases we've developed so far:

Fond du Lac, Wisconsin Vital Statistics Index

This database indexes citations of many of the obituaries, funeral notices, marriages and milestone anniversaries published in the Fond du Lac newspapers.



Local Vital Records Index
(Green Lake County libraries & Carter Memorial Library in Omro)

index to marriage announcements, anniversary notices and obituaries published in local newspapers. Years indexed are 1865 - January 1916, 1977 - June 1980 and 2002-current.



Neenah Obituary Index

Obituaries as reported in Neenah, Wisconsin newspapers from 1907-1910 and 1912-1930.



Oshkosh Vital Records Index

Vital records as reported in Oshkosh Wisconsin newspapers from 1861 to the present.



Ripon Obituary Index

Obituaries as reported in Ripon Commonwealth Press and/or the Oshkosh Daily Northwestern from 1961 to recent issues.



Waushara County Obituary Database

Information transcribed from many of the obituaries of individuals having ties to Waushara County, Wisconsin, that were published in the Oshkosh Northwestern and the Waushara Argus ranging from 1864 through 2006.



Winneconne Vital Records Database

Births, marriages, and obituaries from all surviving Winneconne newspapers through 2011.



Continued data entry for these databases requires a system username and password to log in (to limit data entry to authorized individuals).

If you're interested in starting a project and wish to view these data entry screens, or if you are an authorized user of one of these database and have difficulty accessing your database, please contact Keetra Baker at to arrange/fix access.