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Monroe County was established in 1817.
The county was named for James Monroe (1758-1831), 5th president of the United States (1817-1825).
He visited Detroit on August 13, 1817, and stayed five days.
The county was named in anticipation of his visit.



Monroe County Links

County History
County Information and Local History
County Information

Cities and Villages

Carleton Dundee
Dundee
Estral Beach Luna Pier
Maybee City of Milan
Milan
Monroe
Monroe
Petersburg
Rockwood South Rockwood

Townships

Ash Township Bedford Township Berlin Township Dundee Township
Erie Township Exeter Township Frenchtown Township Ida Township
La Salle Township London Township Milan Township Monroe Township
Raisinville Township Summerfield Township Whiteford Township

Genealogical, Historical and Other Links

Biographies Queries
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Surnames
Obituaries Early Marriages
Cemeteries County Resources State Resources Libraries
County Historical Markers Historcial Societies
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Museums
Genealogical
Societies
Monroe County Migrations
Census Records
1830 Census of Michigan Territory
1870 Census Index
1895 Monroe County Map County Newspapers Online
The Monroe Evening News
The Independent, Dundee, MI
Funeral Homes
Michigan in the
Civil War
Michigan Civil War Monuments Civil War Soldiers From NY to MI GENDIS
Genealogical Death Indexing System, Michigan
MIGENWEB USGENWEB USGenWeb Archives World GENWEB

Bordering Counties

Lenawee County Washtenaw County Wayne County



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