From our Genealogy Experts: Johnson County, Kansas

Research Guide

From our Genealogy Experts: Johnson County, Kansas

Explore Johnson County marriage records, cemetery information, a local obituary index, collections of digitized photos and newspapers and links to much more.

Genealogy Resource Kit
Online resources and Library holdings for genealogy research.

JoCoHistory Collections
Explore more than 40,000 digitized historical photographs and maps documenting the people, places and organizations of Johnson County from the 19th century to the present.

JoCoHistory Digital Cemetery is currently unavailable. Please contact us with your research questions.
Transcriptions and photos of gravestones from most cemeteries in Johnson County and some in Douglas and Franklin counties. Searchable by surname, the site also features detailed information about each cemetery, selected family trees and a list of veterans buried throughout the county.

JoCoHistory Obituary Index
Citations for obituaries from local newspapers dating from the late 19th century to the present.

Johnson County Access to Records
About the County Archives Research Room and historic documents available to the public. Schedule a visit!

Johnson County Genealogical Society and Library, Inc.
A non-profit organization open to all who are interested in genealogy and who share the Society's objectives. Meetings are held monthly (except December) at the Johnson County Central Resource Library.

Johnson County KSGenWeb
A volunteer-supported repository of local information for genealogy research that includes indexed public records, cemeteries, surnames and more. 

Marriage Records for Johnson County
This index to marriage records for Johnson County can be browsed by groom or bride name for the years 1857-1907. Additional information about later marriage records is available at Johnson County District Court Public Records.

Olathe Memorial Cemetery Burial Search
Find burial dates for those buried at the Olathe Memorial Cemetery.