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         Michigan Genealogy:     more books (101)
  1. Genealogy of the Hazen family: Of Allegan County, Michigan, with index by Athol Hazen, 1977
  2. The John Kiler, Jr. family in Ohio and Michigan: Genealogy, history, pictures by Phyllis M Bunnelle, 2001
  3. The family of Nelson Drake: Back to 1630, New York and Michigan pioneers, with genealogy supplement by Floyd Nelson Drake, 1996
  4. The John Kiler, Sr. family with related Hassinger and Mowers families in Ohio and Michigan: Genealogy, history, pictures by Phyllis M Bunnelle, 2001
  5. Pioneer families of Barry County, Michigan: Genealogies and family histories of 60 families of Barry County by Joanne Marshall Doster, 1995
  6. The Canadian-Michigan Bowmans: A genealogy by Norman Bowman, 1964
  7. County atlas of Muskegon Michigan: From recent and actual surveys and records by F. W Beers, 1983
  8. First supplement French family history of Cayuga County, New York and Genesee County, Michigan, 1994 (Michigan DAR Genealogical Records Committee report) by Dorothy Shanor Emery, 1994
  9. Cemetery inscriptions, Michigan, 1966 by Ruth Marian Robbins Monteith, 1966
  10. French family history of Cayuga County, New York and Genesee County, Michigan (Michigan DAR Genealogical Records Committee report) by Dorothy Shanor Emery, 1994
  11. [Index to Michigan soldiers obituaries] by Kathy Tabb, 1989
  12. A selected list of basic genealogical titles for Michigan libraries by Carole Callard, 1987
  13. A brief guide to genealogical research in Michigan by James P LaLone, 1986
  14. A history and genealogy of the Finch family of Berrien County, Michigan, by Alice Burridge Hobart, 1964

81. Western Michigan Genealogical Society Online Searchable Database Obituary Obitua
WMGS Genealogy for Western Michigan, Online Searchable Databases. Publishedby. Western org. © 1999-2003 Western michigan genealogy Society.
Online Searchable Databases
Published by
Western Michigan Genealogical Society
Note that the Grand Rapids Public Library is closed as it moves from the temporary location of the last 2 years to the newly renovated site in downtown Grand Rapids. This move started on March 2 2003 and is expected to last at least 6 weeks. During this time we will not have access to any of the microfilms from which printouts of your records are made. Orders placed during this time, and for a while after the Library reopens will be delayed a few weeks as we get caught up. Thank you for your patience. I've recently moved these databases from FileMaker Pro 4 to FileMaker Pro 6 software. If you encounter any unexpected problems please let me know Kent County Obituaries
An index to the Death Notices and Obituaries published in the Grand Rapids Press and Herald from 1910 to today.
11 March 2003 - Added February 2003 and more of the 1910s. Total number of records now 402,333. Kent County School Records
An index to the listings of Student and Teacher names in the Annual Returns of Kent County Schools from 1903 - 1925.
11 March 2003 - added 1921 and 1922 records. Total number of records now 212,214.

82. MetaCrawler Results | Search Query = Cass County Michigan Genealogy
MetaSearch results for cass county michigan genealogy (1 to 20 of55), More like this. michigan genealogy - Michigan Michigan County Michigan Genealogy&bran

83. Genemich Michigan Genealogy Resources
Doran Family Genealogy Page. michigan genealogy Resources AbramsFoundation Historical Collection; Alpena Michigan GenWeb Project;
Doran Family Genealogy Page Michigan Genealogy Resources Return to Doran Family Genealogy Page
This page was last updated on September 16, 1999

84. Michigan Genealogy
michigan genealogy. Look, Find, Search, Study,Research Shop! Find it all here gene

85. GSWC: Library Of Michigan, Lansing
50 Best michigan genealogy Resources; Michigan Newspaper Vital RecordIndexes; Michigan's Native Americans A Selective Bibliography;
Genealogical Society of Washtenaw County, Michigan, Inc.
Libraries for Genealogical Research
Library of Michigan,
Michigan Library and Historical Center
717 W. Allegan St., Lansing, MI 48915 Mailing address P. O. Box 30007, Lansing, MI 48909 Phone, Information Current schedule Reference Research (517) 373-1300 (can request a list of researchers) Special Collection
Local History
Fax Email Home Page

Sample Genealogy Updates: About the Abrams Collection Immigration and Passenger Lists Bibliography Online Catalog Hours 9am-6pm Monday-Friday 9am-5pm Saturday 1pm-5pm Sunday Closed holidays. Directions Directions Follow I-96, exiting at I-127 north, then I-496 west. Follow I-496 west to exit 5, the Martin Luther King, Jr., Blvd. Turn right (north) onto MLK Blvd. and go three blocks to Kalamazoo St. Turn right (east) onto Kalamazoo St. Continue one block passing Butler. In the middle of the next block, turn left towards the building. Follow the street, circling to the right, passing the library entrance. Turn right into the visitor's parking lot. See map of the Michigan Historical Center Parking Parking is available in the large lot across the street from the library at $.50 per hour on weekdays, free on weekends.

86. Genealogy Helplist Michigan
The genealogy Helplist consists of volunteers who are willing to help others by looking up specific items at institutions near them, or help supply other information easily accessible to them.
Genealogy Helplist Michigan
General Page Index Bottom
Branching Out Online
An Internet Genealogy Primer Please read the instructions before requesting help!
Read this before e-mailing anyone!
Recently, a volunteer on this list sent me the following note. Please read it and consider it carefully. Volunteers are precious resources that the genealogy community can not afford to abuse. I am no longer able to do lookups due to the volume of emails I receive for help not related to my resource. I have people emailing me to get them birth certificates, to offer general genealogy advice, to do tombstone rubbings () - all sorts of stuff thathas nothing to do with my resource. It is out of hand and I can't sit here going through my email weeding out this garbage every day. I have had it. I am very sorry, and I know I have helped several people and I am glad of it - but there are too many people out there who are emailing me inappropriately. Please remove my address from your site.
Read this next!
I am not located in Michigan and have no resources myself. If something is not on the list, then I don't have access to it. Please read the list carefully. If you do not receive a response, consider that you may have asked for something to which the volunteer does not have access. Another good resource to try is

87. Michigan Genealogical Resources
genealogy Resources on the Internet presents links to archives, maps, genealogy projects, libraries, historical societies, and county resources. an order form for genealogy Publicatins, how to research your family at the Library of michigan, and michigan Sources of
Mailing Lists Usenet Newsgroups FTP sites Telnet Sites ... Email sites
URL: Last update: Saturday, 27-Jan-2001 14:09:08 EST by Chris Gaunt
Links last checked May 20, 1999. Register Resource Update Resource Report a Broken Link
a. State Resources (Michigan)
Vital Records Information - Michigan
Info for records at the state and county level. 1870 Census Index and Census Images
This new (Sept 2000) resource is a combination of The Michigan 1870 Census Index published by the Library of Michigan and electronic images of the 1870 census documents. Users can search for names and then view the actual images. The database of 450,000 names has been cross referenced to 36,000 image files. The image files are stored in PDF format and can be enlarged for easier viewing (do be aware that they can be quite large). There are no charges or fees for use of this site. 1990 Map of Michigan counties (from the Census Bureau)

88. Tuscola County Genealogy
Devoted to free genealogy and history research in michigan's Tuscola County.Category Regional North America michigan Counties Tuscola......The American History and genealogy Project AHGP large collectionof FREE online genealogy for the Tuscola County, michigan.
Welcome to the Tuscola, MI, Local History and Genealogy Project. This is a central point of entry to independent not-for-profit web sites with historical or genealogical content. Although independent, it is affiliated with both The American Local History Network and The American History and Genealogy Project. To learn more about either of these groups, click their logos above.
Surrounding Counties: Bay (ALHN), Bay (USGW), Genesee Huron
(ALHN), Huron USGW Lapeer (ALHN) Lapeer (USGW), Saginaw
and Sanilac (ALHN), Sanilac (USGW) You are the Visitor to this USGenNet Safe-Site™ Since March 1, 2001 37,000 Visitors before this counter was installed Updated 8/21/01 Created by Deb Axtman and Clayton Betzing. Special thanks to Maureen Reed, original page creator (1996) Assistance given by Sherrye Luther Woodworth, Gloria Hall, Bonnie Petee, Ed Van Horn, Don Rickwalt, and Rick Robbins, and Kim Leese in putting this page together is gratefully acknowledged. To adopt a Michigan ALHN county, please contact

89. Michigan Historical Center, Lansing, Michigan
County Clerks maintain numerous public documents, including birth, marriage, divorce, death, and business records. This list will help you contact the office you need. home HAL Home Museums State Archives ... Michigan History Magazine
The County Clerks Directory
on the Web Site of the
State Archives,
Michigan Historical Center,
has moved.
You will find it in "Services & Collections: Genealogy." Please add the new URL to your list of favorites or bookmarks. We will take you there shortly, or you may click below:,1607,7-160-17449_18635_20736-,00.html You will find Michigan Historical Center pages on the
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90. Home--Bustraan Genealogy
From Zeeland, Netherlands to emigrants in michigan and NY/NJ/PA. Ancestor lists back to the late 1500s, with photographs and information on name origins.

Descendant list

Name list

Contact me
Bustraan Family Genealogy
Purpose. This site intends to trace the Bustraan family in America back to its roots in the Netherlands and beyond. And, maybe meet a few more Bustraans. Here you'll find descendant lists, a list of all the names collected thus far, pictures , and a few theories upon which I really encourage you to comment or correct. The family history as documented here will always be incomplete and your assistance is solicited. This website is a modest effort to bring our family together and learn the story. Contact me
In America. Two Bustraan cousins (fourth cousins, once removed, to be precise) emigrated from the Netherlands to America in the late 19th century. Cornelis Bustraan (b. 1849) emigrated from the small South Beveland village of Wemeldinge in the province of Zeeland in 1891 and brought his family to Michigan. A year later Adriaan Bustraan (b. 1857) emigrated from Wemeldinge and settled just outside of New York City in northern New Jersey.
In the Netherlands.

91. Tuscola County ALHN Home Page Redirect
genealogy, old records, pictures, death records, marriages, and adoptions.
Welcome to Tuscola LHN Genealogy. We'll be right with you!

92. Kent County Michigan GenWeb Project
Free genealogy and history resources for the Grand Rapids area of michigan, including books and maps as well as vital, cemetery and obituary record transcriptions.
Kent County Michigan
GenWeb Project

Key to Images on Postcard
Western Michigan Genealogical Society which is located in Grand Rapids, is currently overseeing the Kent County GenWeb.
Two of their members are involved in the upkeep of the program: Evelyn Sawyer, in charge of the website, and Cyndi Kuhlman as Volunteer Coordinator.
We would like to hear from anyone having historical Kent County records/information that they are willing to share. OR if you are willing to help with one of the projects to add materials to the GenWeb, please contact us at the email address below. Michigan State Coordinator:
Welcome to Kent County
in southwestern Michigan. It became a county in 1831.
Grand Rapids is the county seat. Settlers from the east began arriving in the 1820's and the area became the furniture manufacturing capital of America by the turn of the century. The current Grand Rapids area population is about 500,000, making it the second biggest city in the state.
Please join us here at the Kent County GenWeb Project as we work to bring free genealogical and historical resources online for everyone with area roots.

93. The History Of Genesee, MI, Ch. 29, Oak Grove Hospital
Vintage account at a genealogy site of the early history of the Oak Grove mental hospital in Flint, michigan.
The History of Genesee County, MI
Chapter XXIX
Oak Grove Hospital
One of the leading sanitariums in America is located in Flint. It is recognized by the most eminent men of the medical profession as a hospital, conducted along special lines, which has no superior in the entire community. The buildings and grounds are unsurpassed. Oak Grove Hospital, formerly Oak Grove Sanitarium, was organized under the laws of Michigan as Oak Grove Corporation in 1891, its object being the founding and administration of a thoroughly modern hospital for the treatment of nervous and mental diseases and of alcohol and drug addiction. Associated in the incipiency of the movement were James A. Remick and W. G. Vinton, of Detroit; Charles T. Mitchell, of Hillsdale, Michigan; and Dr. George C. Palmer, then superintendent of the Michigan asylum for the insane, at Kalamazoo. The sixty-five-acre grove of native oaks located near the eastern outskirts of Flint was selected for a site. This grove is now probably the last remaining oak clearing in Michigan. It has been preserved by Governor Henry h. Crapo, his intention being to build therein a mansion. The practical founder of the hospital was James A. Remick, of Detroit, who had served as a member of the board of trustees of the eastern Michigan asylum at Pontiac. The original buildings were erected by the Vinton Company, of Detroit, whose president, W. G. Vinton, was also president of the board of trustees of the eastern Michigan asylum. Mr. Vinton succeeded Justice H. B. Brown as president of Oak Grove Corporation, and was himself succeeded by George B. Remick, of Detroit. Mr. Remick died in 1913, and was succeeded by Dr. W. H. Sawyer, of Hillsdale, a regent of the University of Michigan. The original stockholders included James A. Remick, W. G. Vinton, G. J. Vinton, George B. Remick, and Thomas Pitts, of Detroit; C. T. Mitchell, of Hillsdale; William L. Smith and William Hamilton, of Flint.

94. Emily Skinner | Home
The family in New York and michigan; Kressbach and related families in Germany and michigan; links to surname and regional resources.






... contact me
When I was a freshman in high school, I had a class project for my history class that required me to build a very basic family tree. So I called my grandparents and asked them about their families. I wrote up my report, then promptly forgot about it. Years later, my paternal grandparents died, and I started wondering about their history. I know, I know, great timing. So I dug out my report from 9 th grade, downloaded a very simple GED-type program for my computer, and decided that genealogy would be one of my hobbies. At first, I had a great time organizing all the information that I was able to glean from living relatives. But when that was done, I didn't have a clue about where to start researching. So I quit again. Then for Christmas in 1998, my dad bought me a copy of Family Tree Maker . He had just received a box of his late father's papers, and wanted me to help him sort through the papers and photos. And this time, I have the Internet to help me! I've posted some of my information to the WorldConnect project at Rootsweb . I've also posted some of it to GenCircles

95. Welcome To The Gogebic County, Michigan GenWeb Site.
genealogy information resource for Ironwood, Bessemer, Wakefield, Watersmeet Ramsay and Marenisco michigan. Add your Gogebic County genealogy link.
The URL to the Gogebic County GenWeb site has changed. To reach it please click here . Once you've arrived at the page, be sure to update your bookmarks.

96. Livingston County Clerk's Genealogy Directory
Hours and costs. Links to state archives and michigan historical information.

97. Index Of /
Covers everything from trivia to history, natives to recreation, maps to travel resources, genealogy, and community web awards. Committed to putting a webpage online for every city, town, county, and region in the state.
Index of /
Name Last modified Size Description ... Parent Directory 07-Apr-2003 19:08 - cgi-bin/ 05-Apr-2003 13:14 - Apache/1.3.27 Server at Port 80

98. Shiawassee County, Michigan USA
Past and present history including city, village, township, famous citizens, railroad, aviation, county government, churches, and military. Also photographs and genealogy resources.
Shiawassee County, Michigan USA
Welcome to Shiawassee History Pages! While it is impossible to mention all of the events that shaped this county or to name individually the many people who have contributed to it, this Webpage attempts to present a small historical portrait of Shiawassee County's growth and development through a photographic and historical archive. I hope that it will bring back fond memories to it's residents and serve as an introduction to newcomers and visitors. I dedicate this page to my fellow citizens....Past, Present and Future. Now, I invite you to step back in time.......
With Best Regards from your Host,
Steve Schmidt
Who Destroyed This Shiawassee County Landmark ? Plat Book Reprints Available Soon Shiawassee History Index
Shiawassee County Past
Agriculture Associations.....Lodges
Secret and Benevolent Societies
Aviation ... Landmarks
The Strange and Unbelieveable Lynching Major Turning Points in County History Manufacturing Maps ... Shiatown...Capitol of Michigan
for 24 Hours First Settlement Of Shiawassee County
By B.O. Williams

99. Michigan Historical Center's Roscommon County
genealogy Research Information at Roscommon County Clerk's office. Includes costs, hours and requirements.

100. Western Michigan Genealogical Society - A Genealogy Society In
Founded in 1954 and located at the Grand Rapids, michigan Public Library, information includes membership Category Regional North America genealogy Organizations...... Order the printed version of Chapman’s 1881 History Of Kent County, michiganAn Every Name Index Order form (.pdf). History, genealogy, Americana.

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