Macoupin County ILGenWeb is a free genealogical site about the history of the county. We hope you find helpful clues for your research of ancestors and relatives of Macoupin county.
Our thanks to Gloria Frazier for her many, many years of dedication to Macoupin County genealogy and ILGenWeb as a project. We are especially grateful to Gloria and Kathleen Mirabella for leaving this heavily developed site in place when they retired as Macoupin County Coordinators in March 2018.
Corrections, updates, and additions to this site will be appreciated. Please consider contributing your pieces of Macoupin county family history. Our combined efforts can keep this a great site for all who visit! You can use this contact form or email me directly.
Co-Coordinator: YOU? Macoupin ILGenWeb needs a local co-coordinator to provide more helpful responses to queries. Are you familiar with the area? Do you have a family tree connection to the county? Are you experienced at researching in Macoupin County? Please volunteer to give it a try.
Macoupin County became the 50th county in Illinois on January 17, 1829. It was named after Macoupin Creek. This new county's boundries were carved from areas of Greene and Madison counties, and the boundries have remained unchanged. Carlinville is the county seat.
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