About the Register of Deeds office:
The Kewaunee County Register of Deeds Office has two full time
employees in addition to the Register. A computerized grantor/grantee
and tract indexing system has been in use since 1992. Index and images
are available back to March 1987. Images only, are also on the system
back to 1935 and can be viewed using volume and page or document
number. The index on these only have recording information, no names
or legal yet. All condominium plats, subdivision plats and certified
survey map indexes and images are also available. Internet access to
indexes and images are offered by contract and paying an escrow fee.
Kewaunee County, created in 1852 from Manitowoc County, is named
either for a Pottowatomi word meaning "river of the lost," or a
Chippewa word meaning "praire hen," "wild duck," or "to go around."
Located in northeast Wisconsin, the county seat is Kewaunee.