Land Records & Tax Rolls
Land records is the term used to collectively describe deeds and mortgages, which document the sale of a property from one person to another.
The indexes are referred to as Grantor/Grantee Indexes (Grantor = seller; Grantee = Buyer) and are arranged alphabetically by the first letter of surname.
Did you know...?
...in 1914, the average property tax paid by an Allouez resident was about $25.
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Land Records Available for Following Counties
County Holdings Brown Index for 1820-1873
Deeds from 1820-1901
Mortgages from 1837-1902
Calumet Index for 1856-1923
Deeds from 1840-1902
Tax Rolls Holdings
County Holdings Brown 1850-1991 Calumet 1849-1980 Door At County Treasurer's Office' Florence Town of Commonwealth, 1882-1980
All other towns at County Treasurer's Office
Kewaunee 1852-1985 Manitowoc Town of Centerville, 1891-1930
Town of Newton, 1891-1980
All other towns at County Treasurers Office
Marinette 1879-1982 Menominee At County Treasurer's Office Oconto 1853-2000 Outagamie 1855-1980 Shawano 1855-1870
Tax rolls document the assessment of real estate and personal property and the collection of taxes.
Tax rolls are not indexed. They are arranged by legal description (parcel number, section number, lot/block number, etc.) within each township. You must know legal description of the property to be effective in your research.
Even though taxes were collected each year, not every tax roll survived and made it to an archives. after 1900, only those years ending 0 and 5 were saved.
Our holdings vary greatly by county and city/town/village.
Did you know...?
Maps and City directories can also provide a wealth of information regarding properties.