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links to family genealogy sites created by folks with St. Clair County
ancestry. If you would like a link to your family genealogy site
posted here, email the
county coordinator with
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Descendents of Hugh
Mosher and Rebecca Maxson
through seven generations, revised edition, 1990. Compiled by
Mildred (Mosher) Chamberlain and Laura
Send lookup requests to Donna
Burkert Grothaus. Include "Mosher/Maxson
book lookup request" as your subject line.
Michael Dingman's collection of research on the following
Apley, Appley, Bellingham,
Billingham, Bowen, Buckland, Dingman, Dunsmore, Hayes, Hoffman,
Hoffmann, Humphries, Jackson, Kelch, Kelsh, Leachman, Mavis,
Maynard, McKenzie, Shirkey, Sweet, Wanch, Waunch, Wonch, Wounch
Parsons Family Albums
Family ancestry for the Miesmer and Parsons Families.
St. Clair County surnames include: Austin, Bentley, Goodwin,
Kroll, Miesmer, Stanley, Smoot, Tough, Webster.
Marie Humphries Genealogy
I am researching the following lines in St. Clair County,
predominately in the Goodells area: Bailey, Macklem, Carver,
MacDonald (5 MacDonald sisters from Ontario married 5 Bailey
brothers, they met at a square dance in Marysville, so the
MacDonald line isn't really relevant to St. Clair County.) This
site contains the Bailey family tree as a link towards the bottom
of the page, both to be viewed online and as a file in
downloadable ged-com format.
Several Kornrumpf families once lived in St. Clair County,
beginning in about 1860. These ancestors are being researched by
several of their descendants. We have recently created a Kornrumpf
genealogy website to share the information that we have been
of Marysville, Michigan
Nelson Mills, b. 1823, was my great-grandfather. St.
Clair County Surnames include: MILLS, WILLIAMS, GALLAGHER,
LAMERSON, among others.
~ Justice Family
My ancestors were in St. Clair County for quite a while. My
great uncle. (John) Henry Steenbergh
worked in the Yale Woolen Mills as a night watchman for
many years. My genealogy is posted at the Antrim County GenWeb.
I have several family lines there, but those I have for St. Clair
County are Mills, Lawson, Sopha, Nichols and a few others. Karen
~ Martz ~ Warner and Related Families
Stephen A. Warner and his family were Lighthouse Keepers at
the Channel Light for several years. Stephen also served the
the Civil War, 1st Mi Engineers, Company I.
When Caroline died Stephen married Alice Kimball. Stephen
died 30 Jun 1924 in Algonac. Stephen and Caroline's daughter,
Alice Mabel, married William Courtney Matchett 09 Nov 1882, in St.
Joachim & and
Related Families ~ Beth Mitchell
My family is from St. Clair. The surnames are Joachim,
Robins, Kuhnlein, Manion, Minnie, Bruso. I have compiled a
Joachim Tree website. Joachims have lived in St. Clair County
area since 1854.