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"Rolph Reunion Database" Compiler: Gary Rolph, Manchester, NH Page created by John Cardinal's Second Site v6.2.11. | Based on a design by growldesign https://www.rolphreuniondatabase.com/g0/p221.htm
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(KTEW) Mason Jewett Field https://www.aopa.org/
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10 Databases for Slave Genealogy Research - by Kimberly Powell Updated April 28, 2017 via https://www.thoughtco.com/great-databases-for-slave-genealogy-1421640 Slavery presents a huge obstacle for anyone tracing African American lineages. Because slaves were treated as property—in some cases listed after livestock in estate inventories and other records of property—evidence that can help put African American families together is often difficult to come by. These online slave databases and record collections are great resources for anyone navigating the challenge of slavery research.
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100 genealogy websites from around the world
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1836 Treaty Boundary
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Building Your Family Tree Online: A Beginner’s Guide to Genealogy
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Tracing genealogy records has become a hobby for some people while for others it is an obsession. Those who have been adopted or find themselves a victim of the “system,” may have the need to find out who their parents are. This could be out of curiosity, but in many cases, it is the need to secure medical information. It can be a difficult chore if you have no idea how or where to begin your search.
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AccessGenealogy
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Do you have an ancestor? Do you know about them? Do you want help with either of those questions? Here are some recommendations on where to look.
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The ACPL Genealogy Center is a unique and valuable resource for the Northeastern Indiana community and the entire genealogical community at large. We have one of the largest research collections available, incorporating records from around the world. Our staff specializes in genealogy and is always available to help.
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Genealogy Guides Genealogy Links
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By John Farmer, 1836. Published in Detroit in 1836. John Farmer built a successful map making and publishing company in Detroit. His series of maps, published from 1824 to his death in 1859, show an extraordinary level of detail down to the square mile which made it easy for settlers to locate land parcels by their legal descriptions.
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The University of Michigan Museum of Art has collaborated with the students of U-M's School of Music, Theatre, and Dance for a series of new, original works inspired by UMMA’s Collection Ensemble installation. Entitled ‘Musical Labels’, this project is a thrilling enjoyment from two of the university’s artistic giants. Ann Arbor’s virtual experiences bring bakers, winemakers, cocktail enthusiasts, vinegar experts and so many more to your living room. Observe virtual pet adoptions, kids’ crafts, museum tours, gallery visits and interactive Zoom-hosted book club. https://www.annarbor.org/blog/post/virtual- experiences-all-over-a2/ Learn to make pasta savory pies, pizza making, and tasty bakery delights with cooking classes offered by Zingerman’s Bakehouse. https://www.zinger mansbakehouse.com/
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Anson Croman of Waterloo, Michigan link - includes enlistment info - various links and photos
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Aurelius Township
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The first meeting of the board of township school inspectors was held May 21, 1837, at the house of E. T. Critchett, but no business was transacted, and they adjourned to meet August 12th, at the house of William Page. Taken from: "History of Ingham and Eaton Counties Michigan, with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of Their Prominent Men and Pioneers", by Samuel W. Durant. Published by D. W. Ensign & Co., 1880. Sondra Higbee Page 222-223
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BillionGraves.com
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Soldiers, Sailors and Marines, Volume III Compiled by Washington Gardner, Secretary of State LANSING: Robert Smith & Co., State Printers and Binders 1896
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Chief Okemos (1775-1858) Chief of Chippewa Indians. By Victor De Land.
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CITY OF MASON City of Mason 201 West Ash Street, Mason, MI 48854 info@mason.mi.us (517)676-9155
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City of Mason Community Partners
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Ordinance Adoption and Purpose In 1982, the City of Mason established the Historic District Commission (HDC) through a city ordinance, recorded as Chapter 31 of the City Code of Ordinances. Its purpose and function is to safeguard the historical heritage of the City of Mason in designated areas. A historic district was created that encompasses the downtown section of the city
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This site deals with surnames of the wars of the United States, up to the Civil War, and the civilians of the same era. It will also cover the surnames of the Colonial era. This site is to help all searchers find a lead to their family lines (including Native American ancestors). This site will cover the years from 1700’s to the early 1900’s.
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Consumer Affairs Best DNA Testing and Ancestry Websites
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Images for Ingham County, Michigan Copyright 2016. All Rights Reserved. | courthousehistory.com | New Market, MD 21774
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Cranbrook Museum of Art guides visitors to contemporary and modern art exhibitions in 3D in a virtual platform.
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Dansville Michigan Historical Society Facebook page
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Dansville, Michigan - Wikipedia
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"The Dart Sotry" via https://www.dartcontainer.com/home/
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Take a virtual field trip of the Detroit Institute of Arts with Detroit Public Television.
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DNR - All About Trees - State of Michigan
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There are 16 designated Natural River systems in Michigan. The designation includes the mainstream, as well as most of the tributaries. The 16 rivers are: Au Sable, Boardman, Betsie, Flat, Fox, Huron, Jordan, Kalamazoo (lower), Manistee (upper), Pere Marquette, Pigeon, Pine, Rifle, Rogue, Two Hearted and White.
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Dubois Cemetery 900 N Every Rd Mason Michigan
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Dubois Cemetery - BillionGraves
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https://www.findagrave.com/cemetery/393/dubois-cemetery
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Dubois Cemetery Alaiedon Township, Mason, Ingham County Copyright © 1997-2018 The USGenWeb Archives Project
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View Cemetery Details (Ingham) 2400 Bennett Road Okemos, Michigan 48864 USA (517) 489-4545
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Eaton County Genealogical Society
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Eden-Cemetery FindAGrave
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Eskers In Michigan Please contact Randall Schaetzl (soils@msu.edu) for more information or permissions.
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Mason Area Photographs
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Fairview Cemetery FindAGrave
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Fairview Cemetery WikiTree
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Fairview Cemetery WikiTree
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Fairview Cemetery BillionGraves
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FamilySearch Rights and Use Information (Updated 2/3/2015) | Privacy Policy (Updated 3/18/2014) © 2017 by Intellectual Reserve, Inc. All rights reserved. A service provided by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
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FindAGrave Maple Grove Cemetery
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When exploring genealogy, research may include poring over ship passenger lists to find names of ancestors who immigrated to the United States generations ago. Passenger arrival lists are an excellent resource for anyone who wants to learn about family history. These records often included valuable information such as the name of the ship, full names of people on board, their ages, occupations, date of arrival, ports of both departure and arrival, and their country of origin. More recent passenger lists can be even more extensive, also providing physical descriptions of passengers and information about their relatives.
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Flightradar24 is a global flight tracking service that provides you with real-time information about thousands of aircraft around the world. Flightradar24 tracks 180,000+ flights, from 1,200+ airlines, flying to or from 4,000+ airports around the world in real time. Our service is currently available online and for your iOS or Android device.
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Experience masterpieces of art and nature that will delight your senses at one of the nation's premier horticultural display gardens and sculpture parks in Grand Rapids, Michigan
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This is a detailed compendium of information about Michigan in 1839. Part One presents a "general view of the state," describing Michigan's geology, soil, climate and topography as well as its improvements, products, governance, religious and educational institutions, population, and antiquities
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Genealogy and the Law A Layman's Guide to Legalese
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The Newaygo County Museum and Heritage Center is a community history project whose mission is to collect, preserve, and share Newaygo County’s history. The NCMHC is supported by individual contributions, in-kind support, the generosity of local business people, the Fremont Area Community Foundation, The Gerber Foundation, The Arthur and Virginia Nelsen InFaith Community Foundation, Michigan Council for the Arts and Cultural Affairs, and, of course, our Guests and Volunteers! Thank you.
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GENEALOGY RESEARCH STRATEGIES - via Public Records Reviews
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Genealogy: Beginner's Resource Guide
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he Mason Esker is the longest esker in the northern hemisphere. It begins in DeWitt, Michigan, and runs south and a bit east. It extends to a point south of the town of Mason, Michigan. The esker runs in both Clinton and Ingham counties. The Mason Esker is listed as being 22 miles long although extensions of this esker run a full 35 miles. At times it will be from 200 feet to a half mile wide. Unfortunately much of the esker is no longer able to be seen. There are a few areas where it is persevered and we are taking you to one such part.
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At the core of the Museum is the permanent exhibit, which allows visitors to experience highlights from President and Mrs. Ford's lives. The exhibit teaches democratic citizenship and allows for quiet reflection. In addition to the permanent exhibits, changing temporary exhibits draw artifacts from Museums all over the country. Not all museum programming revolves around the exhibits; we also offer a wide variety of family-friendly events and lectures on a regular basis; the Museum Store sells items relating to the Ford presidency, other Presidents and First Ladies, and other souvenirs. The Ford Museum opened to the public in September 1981 and is part of the Presidential libraries system of the National Archives and Records Administration, a Federal agency. The Ford Museum is in Grand Rapids, Michigan while the Ford Library is in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Despite the separation, the library and museum are a single institution sharing one director. Hours of Operation Open Monday - Saturday. 9:00 am - 5:00 pm Open Sunday, 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm Closed: New Year's Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day Admission: $10.00 for adults $8.00 for senior citizens and military service members $7.00 for college students with ID $4.00 for youth ages 6-18 Free for children under the age of 5 Free Parking is Available for all Museum Patrons
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Copyright 2018 by Aurelius Township - Site last updated 10-04-2017
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Greenwood Cemetery FindAGrave
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Traveling to Find Your Roots: A Guide to Genealogy Research in Europe
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Harvey Lincoln Curtis, Ph. / Puffer Genealogy website
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Hawley Cemetery BillionGraves
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Hawley-Cemetery FindAGrave
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Our Mission The Henry Ford provides unique educational experiences based on authentic objects, stories, and lives from America’s traditions of ingenuity, resourcefulness, and innovation. Our purpose is to inspire people to learn from these traditions to help shape a better future.
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HIDDEN MICHIGAN: Alaiedon, the Ingham County Town That Never Existed By John Robinson May 31, 2017 4:11 PM
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ABOUT THE PROGRAM The County Register of Historic Sites and the Ingham County Historical Marker Program were established in 1975. Today this effort is to serve the citizens of Ingham County through the identification, designation and protection of historical properties.
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Links to Online Research Collections via Historical Society of Michigan website
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History at Home: A Guide to Genealogy by HomeAdvisor
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History at Home: A Guide to Genealogy by HomeAdvisor
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Alaiedon Township
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Alaiedon Township History of Alaiedon Township Michigan
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History of Alaiedon Township Michigan
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Through your support the Michigan State Police Museum and Learning Center will be able to preserve and honor the history and traditions of the Michigan State Police (MSP)
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The Civil War in the East - The 20th Michigan Volunteer Infantry Regiment lost 13 officers and 111 enlisted men killed or mortally wounded and 3 officers and 175 enlisted men to disease during the Civil War.
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Hi and welcome to Michigan Roots, a member of the PA-Roots family of websites! We're so glad you stopped by. Our goal is to be an entrance point for your research of your ancestors in Michigan. Make sure you check out the DataBoards - there is over 2,280 pages of source records.
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If You Grew Up In Mason, Michigan, You Remember... Facebook Page
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An estimated 650,000 Americans lost their lives to the infamous and tragic 1918-1919 influenza epidemic, a small but significant fraction of the approximately 50 million deaths the disease caused worldwide. Countless more were left without parents, children, friends, and loved ones. Communities across the country did what they could to stem the rising tide of illness and death, closing their schools, churches, theaters, shops and saloons. Doctors, nurses, and volunteers gave their time – and, occasionally, their lives – to care for the ill. These pages contain the stories of the places, the people, and the organizations that battled the American influenza epidemic of 1918-1919. riginal content created by the University of Michigan Center for the History of Medicine. Document archive maintained by Michigan Publishing of the University of Michigan Library | Copyright statement. For more information please contact mpub-help@umich.edu | Contact the Editors
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The indexing was done by Julie Carr, and updated by John Castle and Harry Warner. The Ingham County Genealogical Society wishes to express our great appreciation for Julie's time and efforts in undertaking this project and sharing this important resource with the genealogy community.They would also like to thank John and Harry for all their work in updating the extractions. This is an on-going project and will be updated as indexing is completed.
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Ingham County Fairgrounds Bring 'em to Ingham 700 E. Ash Street Mason, MI 48854. Phone#: (517) 676-2428 Fax#: (517) 676-3733 www.inghamfair.org
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Ingham County Genealogical Society
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Ingham County, Michigan: Family History & Genealogy, Census, Birth, Marriage, Death Vital Records & More
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Ingham County MI Cemeteries Copyright © 2018 HTL, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
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Michigan Family History Network
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Ingham County Records mifamilyhistory.org
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Jewett Airport FAA Information Effective 02 JANUARY 2020 AirNav.com
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The Gayle Sweetwine Saini Memorial Library of the Jewish Genealogical Society of Michigan is located inside the library of the Holocaust Memorial Center. Hours Sun-Thu: 10am-5pm Fri: 9am-12pm Sat: Closed Entrance doors close 30 minutes prior to closing. Location Holocaust Memorial Center 2nd Fl 28123 Orchard Lake Road Farmington Hills, MI 48334-3738 (248) 553-2400 ext. 16
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John Okemos (Chief Okemos) (ca. 1775-1858) via Wikipedia was a Michigan Ojibwe (Chippewa) chief. He participated in Tecumseh's War and was a signatory of the Treaty of Saginaw.[1] "Okemos" was the anglicised form of his Ojibwe language name ogimaans meaning "Little Chief". "John" was an adopted name.
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Kiwanis Club of Mason
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Leslie Area Historical Society and Museum Facebook
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Leslie Area Historical Society and Museum Facebook
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Library of Congress
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The Lansing State Republican (Lansing, Mich.) 1855-1875
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LIBRARY OF MICHIGAN NEWSPAPERS & RESEARCH COLLECTIONS MICHIGAN MATERIALS FAMILY HISTORY Genealogy Research at the Library of Michigan and the Archives of Michigan Welcome, researchers! Please bookmark these sites.
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Follow this link to see MAHS Pink School/Museum related links
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Ingham County, Michigan: Family History & Genealogy, Census, Birth, Marriage, Death Vital Records & More Linkpendium's
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List of counties in Michigan - Wikipedia
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List of Governors of Michigan Wikipedia
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List of state trunkline highways in Michigan Wikipedia
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Livingplaces.com - Mason "Beginnings The City of Mason Multiple Resource Area was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1985. Portions of the text below were selected, transcribed, and/or adapted from a copy of the original nomination document. [1]"
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Local Historical Link via Historical Society of MI
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