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As a result of the French and Indian War, France lost its North American holdings east of the Mississippi River, including Kaskaskia.The town was originally settled by the French and Native Americans.The French also settled Prairie du Rocher and Cahokia (the latter in nearby St. Kaskaskia was the largest of these settlements throughout its early existence.The records include first communions, confirmations, marriages, and deaths: Additional resources for Randolph County church records may be found in the Family Search Catalog - church records.Online microfilm are indicated by the camera icon in the catalog entry.
Original court records are held in the office of the Circuit Court Clerk.