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The Apprentice Indentures index is the manuscript record of minors or other individuals being apprenticed to another individual.
This is the index to Bible records collected by the Archives to supplement the government’s vital statistic records.
This index contains Church Records ca. 1660-2008.
This collection of records (originals and copies) of churches and other related religious organizations includes daily records, births, deaths, marriages, baptisms, minutes, financial records, and church histories. Contains William E. Weldon books with records of deaths and marriages from 1771 to 1909.
This is a staff reference database for elected and appointed offices that patrons may find useful. This is in no way comprehensive. Information is added to this database periodically.
The Coroner’s Inquests index contains the reports of investigations into the causes of deaths occurring in suspicious or unusual circumstances.
This is the index to the applications for membership in the Delaware Society of Sons of the American Revolution from 1890-1976.
This is the collection of Election Results.
The Enrolled Bills database represents a partial index to the legislation passed by the General Assembly from 1776-1911.
This list briefly describes the contents of the Executive Papers series (1776-1900). The records chronicle the activities of Delaware’s chief executive and appointed and elected cabinet-level officials. The material is arranged chronologically by year and then by subject, e.g., military, bonds, petitions.
This index is to land records and genealogical records around the Milford area.
This is the index to non-state or local governmental publications, including pamphlets, brochures, booklets, magazines, and similar published material which contains information on Delaware.
This is a convenience collection of informational and reference materials collected by or deposited with this agency concerning any topic or person useful for the interpretation of Delaware’s history.
The Governor Appointments database was created to allow access to appointments made by and resignations accepted by the Governor. Original appointment and resignation letters become a part of the official Governor’s Register.
The Delaware Public Archives is proud to present the complete collection of executive orders issued by the Governors of Delaware. From the first executive order signed by Governor McMullen in 1939 to the most recent by Governor Carney.
This is the index to the folders list for the papers of the Governors of Delaware.
This is the index to the reports from the Joint Sunset Committee responsible for reviewing site boards and commissions to determine their usefulness from 1981-1986.
This is the index to Reverend Turner’s collection of genealogical notes and correspondence concerning three thousand Delmarva Peninsula families.
This is a collection of private papers collected and donated to the Archive relating to a variety of aspects of Delaware history and life.
This index covers naturalization records for selected records series for the Court of Common Pleas and the Superior Court in all three counties.
This is the index for our Newspapers that are available on film.
Orphans’ Court Records
This is the index for our Pauper Books.
This is the collection of Private Accounts.
This is the index for Probate records.
This database is to the research notes, newspaper clippings, publications, and copies of documents compiled by Jean and Howard Row.
This is the checklist for State Deed Records.
This is the checklist for reports that have been generated by state agencies.
This is the Tract Names Collection.