St John the Baptist and St Michael Roman Catholic Church in DuPage County Sacramental Records Posted on Ancestry

I am currently reviewing St. John the Baptist Roman Catholic and St Michaels Roman Catholic Church Records in Winfield and Wheaton Illinois U.S., Catholic Diocese of Joliet, Sacramental Records, 1800-1976. They have been scanned and are now posted on If you have a public library card and your library subscribes you can view the records via a library computer or you can pay for a subscription to Ancestry and view from home.

The sacramental records are true genealogical gold mines. They also provide proof as a primary source document of your ancestors birth, death, marrage, confirmation and baptism.

Here is a sample record of a record I located and downloaded. This is Casper Schlick’s burial record. He was buried in 1895. He is buried at St. Michael Catholic Cemetery in Wheaton DuPage County Illinois. He was the original Schlick that settled in DuPage County.

Here is the full page where the above record appears.

About Schlick Daleiden Families - DuPage and Kane Counties of Illinois

Kevin Davis is a retired Public Library Director. He is a Board member of the Winfield (IL) Historical Society. Davis has over 35 years experience working in public libraries. He is deeply interested in local Chicagoland, Dupage, and Kane County History. Davis earned a BA in History and an MA in Library Science from Dominican University. He is a volunteer researcher for the St. James Farm Forest Preserve part of the Forest Preserve District of DuPage County in Illinois. His work includes extensive writing and research on the McCormick family line who were former owners of St. James Farm. He is an avid family historian / genealogist and has done extensive research on the Schlicks and Daleidens of DuPage and Kane County Illinois.
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