Ingham County, Michigan

Local History & Genealogy

The information on this site has been gathered on both local history and genealogy in order to provide a better understanding of the Ingham County area and the people who once dwelled here.

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Ingham County was named for the Hon. Samuel D. Ingham, Secretary of the Treasury under
President Andrew Jackson .

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Ingham County

Genealogical & Historical Links

Ingham County, Michigan

Ingham County, Townships & Cities

County History

Township Histories

Alaiedon Township Aurelius Township Bunker Hill Township Brutus Township
Delhi Township Ingham Township Lansing Township Leroy Township
Leslie Township Locke Township Meridian Township Onondaga Township
Phelpstown Stockbridge Township Vevay Township Wheatfield Township
White Oak Township Williamstown Township

City and Village Histories

Dansville East Lansing Haslett Holt
Leslie Mason Okemos Stockbridge
Webberville WiIlliamston

Genealogical, Historical and Other Links

Biographies Queries
Obituaries Marriages
Cemeteries County Resources State Resources Libraries
County Historical Markers Historical Societies Genealogical Societies Funeral Homes
Ingham County Migrations Census Records County Newspapers Online 1895 Ingham County Map
Michigan in the
Civil War
Genealogical Death Indexing System, Michigan
Volunteer Lookups

Bordering Counties

Clinton County Eaton County Jackson County Livingston County
Shiawassee County Washtenaw County

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Last updated in September 2001