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ęCopyright 1997-2003By Lesley Moss & Cary Shaw

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The American Local History Network is a central point of entry to independent web sites with historical or genealogical content. If you are interested in hosting a Michigan county, please contact Bonnie McVicar-Briggs or Lesley Moss , the State Coordinators for Michigan. We will be happy to help you. We would be happy to have volunteers who prefer to host a township, city or cover a topic in a township too, such as religion, history, cemeteries, occupations, etc. We can easily link your page to the County it falls under. If you want to contribute, please check out the Volunteer FAQ Page. If you have any questions concerning submitting information to Genesee County or find bad links please email the webmaster.

Genesee County was founded in 1837. The county seat is Flint. Surrounding communities are Argentine, Atlas, Burton, Clio, Davison, Fenton, Flushing, Gaines, Genesee, Grand Blanc, Goodrich, Linden, Montrose, Mt. Morris, Otisville, Rankin, and Swartz Creek.

Surrounding American Local History Network (ALHN) now online are: OaklandLapeer, Saginaw , Shiawassee and Tuscola.

Genesee Townships

If you are interested in adopting one please let me know

Argentine

 

Atlas 

 

Burton 

 

Clayton 

Cary Shaw

Davison

 

Fenton 

 

Flint

 

Flushing

 

Forest 

Bonnie Walsh

Gaines

 

Genesee

 

Grand Blanc

 

Montrose

 

Mount Morris

 

Mundy

 

Richfield

 

Thetford 

 

Vienna

 

 

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