AMADOR COUNTY, CALIFORNIA
I am Lewis M. Ruddick the CAGenWeb Project County Coordinator responsible for Amador County, California. I and many other kind and generous volunteers have expended a great amount of time and effort in order to put this site together. Even now it continues to grow at an amazing pace. We hope that you enjoy YOUR Amador County website!
Amador County History Online - From Amador County.
History of Amador County - Index of 1881 text
Amador County Queries - To view and add a query for Amador County
Amador County Lookups - Volunteers willing to lookup information in Amador County.
Plymouth Grammar School 1916 Submitted by Nan Wolf, this photo was found in the estate papers of Harriet (Kendric) Mead. Her daughter, Marilyn (Mead) Belleville very kindly loaned allowed it to be scanned for the Amador web page.
Amador County Nuggets - Odds-n-Ends about Amador county genealogy
Amador County Album - Images of Amador County's past
Amador County Pioneer Stories - Read the stories of our pioneer ancestors as submitted by their descendants
Amador County Archives - Search the items held by the Amador county Archives in Jackson, CA
Amador County Departments - Amador County government website
Amador County Cemeteries - Amador County Cemeteries website
U.S. Frontier Roads & Trails from 1820 - present - A video presentation of routes to the west
The Prairie Traveler - A hand-book for overland expeditions - Captain Randolph B. Marcy 1859
Other GenWeb Project Links
California Death Records, 1940-1997 - Now online, search the database!
California Master County Index - Homepage of the California USGenWeb Project.
USGenWeb Project Homepage
- Homepage for the national organization.
World GenWeb - World Genealogy Web Project Headquarters
Amador County Landmarks - Some of these landmarks even have websites!
Shenandoah Valley Area of Amador County - Index for the text written naming the early residents of the Valley which surrounds Plymouth
The Historic Kennedy Gold Mine - In the late 1850's Andrew Kennedy discovered gold in an outcropping of quartz.
Plymouth Memorial Cemetery - Well photographed graves
:Lewis M. Ruddick