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First settled in 1830, Du Page county is situated in the northern part of the State of Illinois, consisting of
nine townships. It belonged originally to Cook county, until its separation and organization into a distinct county
by an act of Legislature passed in 1839. It is bounded on the north and east by Cook county, on the south by Will
and Cook, and on the west by Kane.
Early settlers were almost wholly of English extraction.
Cities and Towns in Dupage County:
Addison, Belmont, Bensenville, Berkeley,
Big Woods (historical), Bloomingdale, Burr Ridge, Carol Stream, Churchville, Clarendon Hills, Cloverdale, Darien,
Downers Grove, Elmhurst, Eola, Flowerfield, Foxcroft, Frontenac, Fullersburg, Glen Ellyn, Glen Oak, Glendale Heights,Gretna,
Hanover Park, Highland Hills, Hinsdale IL, Ingalton, Itasca, Keeneyville, Lace, Lakewood, Lisle, Lombard, Mammoth
Springs, Medinah, Munger, Naperville, North Glen Ellyn,Oak Brook, Oakbrook Terrace, Ontarioville, Palisades, Prince
Crossing, Roselle, Saddlewood,Schick, South Addison, South Elmhurst, Swift, Utopia, Valley View, Villa Park, Warrenhurst,Warrenville,
Wayne, Wayne Center, West Chicago, Westmont, Wheaton, White Pines, Willowbrook, Winfield, Wood Dale, Woodridge,
York Center, Yorkfield
Townships of Dupage
Downers Grove Township
Names of DuPage County Towns (presented
by the Wheaton
Public Library, which has a fantastic
Online Data for Dupage
War Soldiers for DuPage County
Mortality Schedule For DuPage County
Hill Cemetery Burials
Burial Listing done in 1938
County Convicts at the Joliet State Prison
Outside Links to Dupage
An index to the birth, marriage and death items printed in the Wheaton, Illinois newspapers beginning in 1885.
Presented by the Wheaton Public Library.
Graveyard Du Page Co.
John's Evangelical Lutheran Church
Roselle, IL -[scroll down for Dupage co.]
Addison Normal School 1912 Yearbook