EWGS Website Databases
currently available as of January 2015
The following databases are available on the E.W.G.S. website (www.EWGSI.org). You do not need to log in as a member to access these. They are FREE! This information is for
and surrounding areas.
Unpublished Bible Records This work contains 145 pages of unpublished Bible Records from 82 Bibles. They were collected by members and friends of NeWGS and EWGS. Transcribing was done by Lethene Dennis Parks, Geri Marvin Williamson and Donna Potter Phillips. There are 6 separate files. The first File 1 contains pages 1-24 and the Index for the entire series.
BIRTHS & BABIES
BUSINESS AND GOVERNMENT
** This contains a huge amount of data. There are numerous files available but this series is not yet complete.
MARRIAGES AND DISSOLUTIONS
Early Spokane County Marriages – 1880 to 1890
These files were microfilmed in the 1970's and the originals destroyed. Book â€œAâ€ was a catalog of papers concerning each court case, insanity, minors, estates of deceased persons, and adoptions. Only those concerning deceased persons were abstracted by Lorena Wildman in 1973. These listings are supported by case packets filled with all applicable papers for each case. The cases cover the years 1880-1903. Pages noted refer to the Memorandum of Files â€œAâ€. The originals of these files are now housed at the Eastern Regional Branch of the
Archives. The index was originally
published in the EWGS Bulletin v. 23, pp. 113-122, 1986. Washington State
County Brand Books were indexed by
EWGS member, Beverly Hixson Rowley, in 1989 at the
Courthouse. The 2 volumes are now housed at the Eastern Regional Branch of the Spokane County Archives. The index was originally
published in the EWGS Bulletin, v. 26, pp. 9-17 and 60-64, 1989, and v. 27, pp.
131-135, 1990. Washington State
This file contains 1985 births, marriages and dissolutions
This data base contains alphabetical listings for early Spokane School Districts. The information includes township and range as well as how the districts were consolidated or transferred. A map of the districts will soon be posted in the Genealogy section of the
Public Library downtown. Many thanks to Barbara Brazington for her work in
creating the map. Spokane