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Muskegon County,
Michigan ALHN

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Muskegon County was established in 1869.
The name Muskegon is derived from the Native American word meaning "river with marshes".

This county is up for adoption
and is
looking for a very caring person to take of it.
If you are interested in doing so,
please contact one of the State Coordinators Bonnie, or Lesley.

Muskegon County Links

County History

Cities, Villages and Townships

Casnovia Fruitport Lakewood Club Montague
City of Muskegon
Muskegon Heights North Muskegon
City of North Muskegon
Norton Shores
City of Norton Shores
Ravenna Roosevelt Park Whitehall
Tyrone Township Casnovia Township

Genealogical, Historical and Other Links

Biographies Queries Surnames Obituaries
County Clerk Vital Records for Michigan Muskegon County
Historical Markers
Port City Victorian Inn
Bed & Breakfast
1830 Census of
Michigan Territory
1870 Census Index
of Michigan
1895 Muskegon County Map Muskegon County Migrations
Michigan in the
Civil War
Michigan Civil War Monuments Civil War Soldiers From NY to MI White Lake Area
Chamber of Commerce
Muskegon County Genealogical Society
Western Michigan Genealogical Society
Muskegon County Library
Hackely Public Library
Lakeland Library Cooperative
Muskegon County Museums
Muskegon County
Area Attractions
Muskegon County Museum
Muskegon Chronicle Interactive
Muskegon Live Edition
Genealogical Death Indexing System, Michigan

Bordering Counties

Kent County Newaygo County Oceana County Ottawa County

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