Calhoun County, Michigan
Welcome. I hope you find this site a valuable
tool in your research.
The buttons on the left hand side of each page of this
website provide links to great data available for researchers. For
example, find marriage records under "Vital & Other Records." Want
to know the address of the County Clerk? Check under "Resources." Under
"History" you will find links to digitized images of several history
books for Calhoun County.
Note: My role is
to maintain this website. I usually cannot
provide information about specific individuals or
families you may be researching. You should
carefully read the CALHOUN COUNTY GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY,
RESOURCES and VITAL & OTHER RECORDS pages (on the
left hand border). Check back often because I will be adding a
great deal of new data.
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me know if you discover
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address) of the page where you discovered the broken link.
UPCOMING EVENTS OF THE CALHOUN COUNTY GENEALOGICAL
specified, all meetings are held at the
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter
Day Saints (LDS Church),
16036 Old 27 North,
Marshall, MI (269) 781-7440.
for further details. Meetings begin at 7:00 p.m.
June 25, 2013 - Sharon Carlson, Director of the WMU Archives
and Regional History Collection, will provide an update on the new
building on the Western Michigan University campus due to open in
September. She will also cover summer hours in preparation of the move
and the many Calhoun county records (county atlases, plat maps, civil
war soldiers, tax records, cemetery publications and much more).
What's new on the Website?
records of Billie
Warson Dornbusch. The Calhoun County Genealogical Society was
the recipient of many volumes of research records compiled by Mrs.
Dornbusch, who passed away in May of 2012. These records include
death records, marriage certificates, immigration and naturalization
records and more.
of the County County Poorhouse,
1850-1870, are now available on-line.
A roster of
members of Colgrove G.A.R. Post #166
has been added to the site. The list also includes other soldiers
from Calhoun County who weren't necessarily subsequently members of
Several more issues of
Generations, the newsletter of the Calhoun
County Genealogical Society, have been uploaded. Use either of the search engines below, Freefind or
Atomz, to do a search for your surname of interest.
refresh of the DiBean marriage database
for Calhoun County. Data is now available in Adobe .pdf documents
for easier viewing and printing if desired.
know? Transcriptions and photographs of many Calhoun County
cemeteries are available on line. See the
cemetery page on this site for
know? A link to the Library of Michigan 1870 Census can be found
on the "Vital and Other Records"
know? Willard Library card holders can research the census
records on Heritage Quest from their own home! Follow the
link from the
Willard web site
Search Calhoun County Michigan
(www.rootsweb.com/~micalhou) USING ATOMZ
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volunteer to help with the Michigan GenWeb Project,
Michigan GenWeb State Coordinator.
Visitors since November 1, 1996:
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copyrighted. They may be freely linked to.
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