In 2009, Susan Seager, in an attempt to make the information in the ledgers available to researchers, began to index the
records; she has been assisted in her efforts by Margo Dempsey, Starr Jageler, and Martha VanDriel. The actual
transcription of the earliest ledgers has been difficult due to the effects of water damage and age-related deterioration;
later records are on microfilm and must be accessed and compiled from the films. Susan and her group of volunteers
have compiled and preserved the records in the databases available below, a huge body of work that just keeps growing.
Please note that the records are transcribed as written, and no effort has been made to correct spelling or other possible
Each ledger is presented here as a separate database in pdf format; each database is fully searchable with the pdf
search feature on individual browsers.
Copies of individual ledger pages or microfilm records may be obtained by contacting Allnutt Funeral Service - Macy
Chapel. Requests should state the specific Name, ledger, date, and page numbers. The names in the databases are also
indexed on the Weld County Genealogical Society's Master Index.
Allnutt Funeral Service - Macy Chapel Files
Coroner Records1891 - 1937
In 1885 T.G. Macy Undertaking, known today as
Allnutt Funeral Service - Macy Chapel, opened for
business in Greeley, Colorado. During their earliest
years, funeral records were kept in ledgers, many of
which still exist and are archived on site. Records
from 1929 to the present are also available on
Also archived at this site are two ledgers containing
Weld County Coroner's files from 1891-1907
Unfortunately, the records from the 1960s decade were destroyed before they could be microfilmed. In order to
provide a complete record, volunteers Susan Seager and Margo Dempsey have begun indexing the Macy funeral
notices from The Greeley Tribune for that era. As they complete individual years, those indices will be added
here. Please note that these records cannot be found at Allnutt Funeral Service, but the dates may still be used
as an aid to locating obituaries.
Greeley Tribune Funeral Notice Transcriptions: Macy