Monroe County Illinois
Monroe County was established January 6, 1816
before Illinois became a state. It was once a part of Randolph and St. Clair Counties. The
Monroe County seat was originally Harrisonville from 1816 to 1825, and is now Waterloo
1825-present and was named for James Monroe, 5th president of the United States.
The Illinois counties surrounding
are St. Clair
Welcome to the Monroe County, Illinois site
Monroe County Coordinator ~
Allan J. Rossel
Monroe County Data
The items not linked are things we
will be adding soon, so come back often to see what has been added.
and Surrounding County Helpful Links
Monroe County Birth,
Death, Marriage Records
Monroe County Cemeteries
Monroe County Court Records
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News Articles, Towns, Pictures,
Directories and Maps
History of Monroe County
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September 6, 2013