The Indiana Genealogical Society, with the support of Hendricks County Clerk Cindy Spence, is coordinating volunteers and funds to preserve and digitize 25 boxes of probate records that are in the basement of the Hendricks County courthouse in Danville, Indiana. These records date from 1824 (when the county was founded) to 1899 and have never been microfilmed, indexed or otherwise been accessible to the public. They contain valuable information about the lives of some of the county's earliest settlers.
The genealogical society says it could use additional volunteers and donations for the project, which will make the digitized records available to the public free of charge.
Details may be found at http://www.indgensoc.org/projects/records_preservation.php.