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  1. The GoAncestry Library database contains basic information on the printed materials in our library; you can browse the full Library here or use the search feature if you know the title or author. Browse below for a subset of our library focusing on this County:
  2. The GoAncestry Library database contains basic information on the printed materials in our library; you can browse the full Library here or use the search feature if you know the title or author. Browse below for a subset of our library focusing on this County: View full record
  3. The GoAncestry Library database contains basic information on the printed materials in our library; you can browse the full Library here or use the search feature if you know the title or author. Browse below for a subset of our library focusing on this County:
  4. The GoAncestry Library database contains basic information on the printed materials in our library; you can browse the full Library here or use the search feature if you know the title or author. Browse below for a subset of our library focusing on this County:
  5. The GoAncestry Library database contains basic information on the printed materials in our library; you can browse the full Library here or use the search feature if you know the title or author. Browse below for a subset of our library focusing on this County: View full record
  6. The Wyandotte Historical Society was established in 1958. The first Society Museum was opened in 1966. The Wyandotte Historical Society is a 501 c (3) non-profit organization. The object and purpose of the Historical Society shall be to bring together people interested in the history of Wyandotte; to suggest the collection, preservation and display of authentic documents, historical records and relics, and anything of interest and value in its educational, cultural economic and spiritual heritage. http://www.wyandottemuseums.org/ The Wyandotte Historical Society 2624 Biddle Avenue Wyandotte, Michigan 48192 734-324-7299
  7. The Wyandotte Historical Society was established in 1958. The first Society Museum was opened in 1966. The Wyandotte Historical Society is a 501 c (3) non-profit organization. The object and purpose of the Historical Society shall be to bring together people interested in the history of Wyandotte; to suggest the collection, preservation and display of authentic documents, historical records and relics, and anything of interest and value in its educational, cultural economic and spiritual heritage. http://www.wyandottemuseums.org/ The Wyandotte Historical Society 2624 Biddle Avenue Wyandotte, Michigan 48192 734-324-7299 View full record
  8. The Grosse Pointe Historical Society was organized in 1945 to promote the preservation of our local heritage and to share that knowledge with the community. The Society's logo represents the 18th century French windmill which stood on Windmill Pointe. The Society works to make the history of our exceptional community vital, relevant, and accessible. Through our programs, facilities, and events, we bring history to life and protect historic artifacts so that we all can experience the past first hand. http://www.gphistorical.org/ Grosse Pointe Historical Society 381 Kercheval Ave. Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan 48236 313.884.7010
  9. The Grosse Pointe Historical Society was organized in 1945 to promote the preservation of our local heritage and to share that knowledge with the community. The Society's logo represents the 18th century French windmill which stood on Windmill Pointe. The Society works to make the history of our exceptional community vital, relevant, and accessible. Through our programs, facilities, and events, we bring history to life and protect historic artifacts so that we all can experience the past first hand. http://www.gphistorical.org/ Grosse Pointe Historical Society 381 Kercheval Ave. Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan 48236 313.884.7010 View full record
  10. Genealogy assistance is available for anyone needing help and is held in the Local History Room at the Trenton Veterans Memorial Library at 2790 Westfield at the corner of West Road, on the 1st Tuesday of each month from 6:00 to 7:30 pm and the 4th Saturday of each month from 1:00 to 3:00 pm. Come and join us. The library has Ancestry Library Edition on their computers for your use. http://www.trentonhistoricalsociety.org/ The Trenton Historical Society periodically hosts speakers and special events of interest to local history and provides regular assistance to genealogy researchers. All our events are freely open to the public, stop by and pay our volunteers a visit! We also have booths at both Trenton Mid-Summer Festival and Somewhere in Time. Our researchers are experts in Trenton's history and can provide assistance in discovering both genealogy and local history information.
  11. Genealogy assistance is available for anyone needing help and is held in the Local History Room at the Trenton Veterans Memorial Library at 2790 Westfield at the corner of West Road, on the 1st Tuesday of each month from 6:00 to 7:30 pm and the 4th Saturday of each month from 1:00 to 3:00 pm. Come and join us. The library has Ancestry Library Edition on their computers for your use. http://www.trentonhistoricalsociety.org/ The Trenton Historical Society periodically hosts speakers and special events of interest to local history and provides regular assistance to genealogy researchers. All our events are freely open to the public, stop by and pay our volunteers a visit! We also have booths at both Trenton Mid-Summer Festival and Somewhere in Time. Our researchers are experts in Trenton's history and can provide assistance in discovering both genealogy and local history information. View full record
  12. Our mission is: The Detroit Historical Society tells Detroit's stories and why they matter. Our vision is: To be an integral part of Detroit's present and future by providing meaningful experiences that preserve and share its past. Our values are: Authentic: We demonstrate the highest level of integrity and scholarship in all of our words and actions, ensuring that our work is balanced and truthful. Relevant: We provide informative, engaging and dynamic experiences that help community members see their place in Detroit's history. Creative: We embrace fresh and innovative approaches to our work and mission, and encourage our board, staff and volunteers to think imaginatively. Professional: We are dedicated stewards of assets held in public trust, and our board, staff and volunteers are committed to carrying out the mission with the highest standards of excellence. Inclusive: We provide informative, engaging and dynamic experiences that offer opportunities for broad and diverse participation. https://detroithistorical.org/ Regular Museum hours Tuesday - Friday 9:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. Saturday & Sunday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. The Museum is closed on Mondays
  13. Our mission is: The Detroit Historical Society tells Detroit's stories and why they matter. Our vision is: To be an integral part of Detroit's present and future by providing meaningful experiences that preserve and share its past. Our values are: Authentic: We demonstrate the highest level of integrity and scholarship in all of our words and actions, ensuring that our work is balanced and truthful. Relevant: We provide informative, engaging and dynamic experiences that help community members see their place in Detroit's history. Creative: We embrace fresh and innovative approaches to our work and mission, and encourage our board, staff and volunteers to think imaginatively. Professional: We are dedicated stewards of assets held in public trust, and our board, staff and volunteers are committed to carrying out the mission with the highest standards of excellence. Inclusive: We provide informative, engaging and dynamic experiences that offer opportunities for broad and diverse participation. https://detroithistorical.org/ Regular Museum hours Tuesday - Friday 9:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. Saturday & Sunday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. The Museum is closed on Mondays View full record
  14. Society Purpose The purpose of the Society shall be to form a group of people interested in the exchange of information in one's genealogy, biography, and history. It will encourage and assist other interested persons in researching, compiling, and preserving, one's records of this nature. https://wwcgs.org/ The WWCGS meetings are held on the third Monday of the month, from September through May, except February (which meets on an alternate date), in the Livonia Civic Park Senior Center Building, 15218 Farmington Road (North of the former Court House and just South of Five Mile Road) Livonia, Michigan 48154. Parking is available behind the building. There is no meeting in December, but a Holiday Party is planned. Our meeting schedule is: 5:30 PM Bring your own dinner and enjoy genealogical conversation with other members. 6:15 PM Announcements and a presentation on a genealogy topic by one of our members. 7:30 PM Our Keynote speaker will present an informative and interesting genealogical research topic.
  15. Society Purpose The purpose of the Society shall be to form a group of people interested in the exchange of information in one's genealogy, biography, and history. It will encourage and assist other interested persons in researching, compiling, and preserving, one's records of this nature. https://wwcgs.org/ The WWCGS meetings are held on the third Monday of the month, from September through May, except February (which meets on an alternate date), in the Livonia Civic Park Senior Center Building, 15218 Farmington Road (North of the former Court House and just South of Five Mile Road) Livonia, Michigan 48154. Parking is available behind the building. There is no meeting in December, but a Holiday Party is planned. Our meeting schedule is: 5:30 PM Bring your own dinner and enjoy genealogical conversation with other members. 6:15 PM Announcements and a presentation on a genealogy topic by one of our members. 7:30 PM Our Keynote speaker will present an informative and interesting genealogical research topic. View full record
  16. FHWGS is a non-profit 501(c) 3 organization in the State of Michigan. (Federal ID 38-2290126) FOCUS As the first genealogical society in the State of Michigan dedicated to the research and preservation of our African-American history, we take pride in our heritage and our contributions to the world and especially this country. We share this knowledge with enthusiasm, so that we may take our rightful place in history. http://www.fhwgs.org/ Fred Hart Williams Genealogical Society Researching and preserving African American Family History since 1979. Detroit Public Library, Burton Historical Collection 5021 Woodard Avenue Detroit, MI 48202
  17. FHWGS is a non-profit 501(c) 3 organization in the State of Michigan. (Federal ID 38-2290126) FOCUS As the first genealogical society in the State of Michigan dedicated to the research and preservation of our African-American history, we take pride in our heritage and our contributions to the world and especially this country. We share this knowledge with enthusiasm, so that we may take our rightful place in history. http://www.fhwgs.org/ Fred Hart Williams Genealogical Society Researching and preserving African American Family History since 1979. Detroit Public Library, Burton Historical Collection 5021 Woodard Avenue Detroit, MI 48202 View full record
  18. The Dearborn Genealogical Society serves the Cities of Dearborn and Dearborn Heights in Wayne County, Michigan and the surrounding area. Founded in 1966, the Dearborn Genealogical Society recently celebrated 50 years of serving genealogists in the community and those with roots in the Dearborn, Springwells, Greenfield, Fordson, and the Dearborn Township area. The Society shall promote and encourage an interest in genealogy, history, and biography among its members and the general public. Objectives of the Society shall be to: Locate, publish, and safeguard public and private genealogical records. Encourage and instruct others in genealogical research through individual mentoring, the sharing of information, workshops, and other educational means. Procure and/or distribute genealogical or historical material for educational purposes, the proceeds of which, if any, are to be used exclusively for the expressed purpose of this organization. https://dgsmi.org/ The Society publishes a newsletter quarterly (September, December, March, and June) which includes genealogical news, historical articles, new book notes, queries, and special features. Members are encouraged to submit items for publication.
  19. The Dearborn Genealogical Society serves the Cities of Dearborn and Dearborn Heights in Wayne County, Michigan and the surrounding area. Founded in 1966, the Dearborn Genealogical Society recently celebrated 50 years of serving genealogists in the community and those with roots in the Dearborn, Springwells, Greenfield, Fordson, and the Dearborn Township area. The Society shall promote and encourage an interest in genealogy, history, and biography among its members and the general public. Objectives of the Society shall be to: Locate, publish, and safeguard public and private genealogical records. Encourage and instruct others in genealogical research through individual mentoring, the sharing of information, workshops, and other educational means. Procure and/or distribute genealogical or historical material for educational purposes, the proceeds of which, if any, are to be used exclusively for the expressed purpose of this organization. https://dgsmi.org/ The Society publishes a newsletter quarterly (September, December, March, and June) which includes genealogical news, historical articles, new book notes, queries, and special features. Members are encouraged to submit items for publication. View full record
  20. The Detroit Society for Genealogical Research was organized on 20 September 1936, by a group of thirty-three interested persons, which grew to one hundred eight members within the year. Its primary objective was to be a non-profit organization for the preservation and perpetuation of the records of ancestors and families of the commonwealth, and to be of assistance to the Burton Historical Collection, Detroit Public Library. Its affairs were to be administered by an elected Board of Directors consisting of a President, Vice President, Recording Secretary, Corresponding Secretary, and Treasurer. All persons interested in genealogy, history, or biography, either amateur or professional or any organization or corporate body are eligible for membership. With membership you will receive the quarterly Detroit Society for Genealogical Research Magazine, 20% discount on Society publications, unlimited entries in our Surname Registry, access to all back issues of the DSGR magazine and special out-of-print publications, discounts on DSGR trips, and reminders of meetings and program agendas. https://dsgr.org/
  21. The Detroit Society for Genealogical Research was organized on 20 September 1936, by a group of thirty-three interested persons, which grew to one hundred eight members within the year. Its primary objective was to be a non-profit organization for the preservation and perpetuation of the records of ancestors and families of the commonwealth, and to be of assistance to the Burton Historical Collection, Detroit Public Library. Its affairs were to be administered by an elected Board of Directors consisting of a President, Vice President, Recording Secretary, Corresponding Secretary, and Treasurer. All persons interested in genealogy, history, or biography, either amateur or professional or any organization or corporate body are eligible for membership. With membership you will receive the quarterly Detroit Society for Genealogical Research Magazine, 20% discount on Society publications, unlimited entries in our Surname Registry, access to all back issues of the DSGR magazine and special out-of-print publications, discounts on DSGR trips, and reminders of meetings and program agendas. https://dsgr.org/ View full record
  22. Norton Township became a Village in 1961 and a City in 1969. As a township, and prior to the establishment of the city of Barberton in 1892, Norton consisted of seven little hamlets: Norton Center, Loyal Oak, Western Star, Sherman, Hametown, Johnson’s Corners, and New Portage. There were few settlers until after the war of 1812. Then the New Englanders came, followed shortly by persons of German descent from Pennsylvania. Norton derived its name from Birdseye Norton, the chief landowner and a cousin of David Hudson, founder of Hudson Township. Norton was known throughout the area for its fertile land and prosperous farms. Coal was prevalent in the southwestern portion of the township. http://www.cityofnor...cal Society.htm Collections: Photographs, documents, maps, books, family histories, local papers, clothing of Norton’s early settlers, and other items relating to the history of our City. In conjunction with the Norton Alumni Association, there is a section devoted to the Norton Public Schools, including the record of every graduating class since 1895.
  23. Norton Township became a Village in 1961 and a City in 1969. As a township, and prior to the establishment of the city of Barberton in 1892, Norton consisted of seven little hamlets: Norton Center, Loyal Oak, Western Star, Sherman, Hametown, Johnson’s Corners, and New Portage. There were few settlers until after the war of 1812. Then the New Englanders came, followed shortly by persons of German descent from Pennsylvania. Norton derived its name from Birdseye Norton, the chief landowner and a cousin of David Hudson, founder of Hudson Township. Norton was known throughout the area for its fertile land and prosperous farms. Coal was prevalent in the southwestern portion of the township. http://www.cityofnor...cal Society.htm Collections: Photographs, documents, maps, books, family histories, local papers, clothing of Norton’s early settlers, and other items relating to the history of our City. In conjunction with the Norton Alumni Association, there is a section devoted to the Norton Public Schools, including the record of every graduating class since 1895. View full record
  24. Interment.net Beidleman Cemetery Burbank Cemetery Crown Hill Cemetery Union Cemetery http://www.interment.net/us/oh/wayne.htm Find A Grave http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=csr&CScn=&CScntry=4&CSst=37&CScnty=2124
  25. Interment.net Beidleman Cemetery Burbank Cemetery Crown Hill Cemetery Union Cemetery http://www.interment.net/us/oh/wayne.htm Find A Grave http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=csr&CScn=&CScntry=4&CSst=37&CScnty=2124 View full record
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