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  • Descendants and Ancestors, together they are the fabric of Genealogy and Family Tree Research.  Many of the historical aspects of our ancestry are the places and records that describe them in a historical context.  On our Michigan Genealogy pages we focus on providing specific information pertaining to the immigration and settlement activity that took place.  We examine historical information that might exist within Church or Probate Records.  Land and tax information from Michigan county courthouses may also prove to be valuable sources to support your family tree. Finally, most of our ancestors may have left final notices in the cemeteries, wills, newspapers, or other record repositories that are available on the Internet now. 

    We are taking an additional step to assist you in your Family Tree efforts by providing focused links, digital records, and other pertinent information using a regional underpinning methodology and one other important tool, distance digital communication tools. We have Galleries that include historical images and records.  Forums to collaborate with others that share an interest in the same area, culture, or maybe even the same ancestral family name. We are providing this site to allow interaction with others, free of charge, to learn about tools, to help each other, to understand your Ancestry DNA, and get the most out of the community.

    Welcome! We are presenting quality information and a collaborative environment that will help you discover your family history. Information for how you can contribute is here. I hope you will consider becoming a member which lets you generate topics and share on Facebook to connect with others however, feel free to browse the site.If you have questions, send a message by going to the about us page.

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The table below lists the State Counties. Consider volunteering some of your time or information.
County Date Notes County Date Notes
Alcona 1869   Alger 1885  
Allegan 1835   Alpena 1857  
Antrim 1840   Arenac 1831  
Baraga 1875   Barry 1829  
Bay 1857   Benzie 1863  
Berrien 1829   Branch 1829  
Calhoun 1829   Cass 1829  
Charlevoix 1869   Cheboygan 1840  
Chippewa 1827   Clare 1840  
Clinton 1831   Crawford 1840  
Delta 1843   Dickinson 1891  
Eaton 1829   Emmet 1840  
Genesee 1835   Gladwin 1831  
Gogebic 1887   Grand Traverse 1851  
Gratiot 1831   Hillsdale 1829  
Houghton 1845   Huron 1840  
Ingham 1838   Ionia 1831  
Iosco 1840   Iron 1885  
Isabella 1831   Jackson 1832  
Kalamazoo 1829   Kalkaska 1840  
Kent 1831   Keweenaw 1861  
Lake 1840   Lapeer 1822  
Leelanau 1840   Lenawee 1822  
Livingston 1836   Luce 1887  
Mackinac 1818   Macomb 1818  
Manistee 1840   Marquette 1843  
Mason 1840   Mecosta 1840  
Menominee 1861   Midland 1831  
Missaukee 1840   Monroe 1817  
Montcalm 1831   Montmorency 1840  
Muskegon 1859   Newaygo 1840  
Oakland 1820   Oceana 1831  
Ogemaw 1840   Ontonagon 1843  
Osceola 1840   Oscoda 1840  
Otsego 1840   Ottawa 1831  
Presque Isle 1840   Roscommon 1840  
Saginaw 1822   St. Clair 1820  
St. Joseph 1829   Sanilac 1822  
Schoolcraft 1843   Shiawassee 1822  
Tuscola 1840   Van Buren 1829  
Washtenaw 1826   Wayne 1815  
Wexford 1840    


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