It is a pleasure to have you visit this free genealogical site about the history of Pulaski County, Illinois. We hope you find helpful clues for your research of county ancestors.
This county is available for adoption by a volunteer with an interest in Pulaski County genealogy and time to dedicate to making this a great county in the tradition of ILGenWeb. If you are interested contact the ILGenWeb State Coordinator to discuss county adoption.
Your e-mail contributions to Site Coordinator will be appreciated and promptly worked for incorporation into the site. Please,
- Don't hesitate to contribute images or transcriptions of genealogical items you have about Pulaski county ancestors.
- Feel free to submit your Pulaski County ancestors' family group sheets or descendants charts.
- If you notice a typo or broken link on this site, please let me know.
- If you have the time and desire to help in any way, please volunteer.
Enjoy your stay, and come again soon!
Pulaski County was formed in 1843 out of Alexander and Johnson Counties, and the county seat is Mound City. The county was named for Count Casimir Pulaski; Polish exile killed in 1779 while fighting on the side of the patriots in the American Revolution.