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Van Buren county was established in 1837 and formed in 1840 from Warren and White counties.
This county was named after Martin Van Buren the then Secretary of State and the latter President of the United States.
The county seat is Spencer.

Van Buren County Links

County History

Cities, Villages and Townships

Bangor MI - History
Village of Bloomingdale
Breedsville Decatur
Village of Decatur
Hartford Lawrence Lawton
Village of Mattawan
Paw Paw
(County Seat)
Paw Paw
South Haven
South Haven

Historical Markers

Bloomingdale Depot / Kalamazoo and South Haven Railroad Covert Library Decatur Township Hall Hartman School
Haven Peaches Indiana School Liberty Hyde Bailey St. Mark's Church / The Reverend Darius Barker
Scott Club Territorial Road Van Buren County Courthouse Van Buren County Poorhouse
Warner Wine House Bangor Depot Bloomingdale Depot Lawton Depot
Arundel House
English Bed and Breakfast

Genealogical, Historical and Other Links

Biographies Queries Surnames Obituaries
County Clerk Vital Records for Michigan County Event Calendar Van Buren County Migrations
1830 Census of
Michigan Territory
1850 Census -
Van Buren County
A - G
H - N
O - Z
1870 Census Index
of Michigan
1895 Van Buren County Map
Michigan in the
Civil War
Michigan Civil War Monuments Civil War Soldiers From NY to MI Van Buren Regional Genealogical Society
Southwest Michigan Library Cooperative GENDIS
Genealogical Death Indexing System, Michigan

Bordering Counties

Allegan County Berrien County Cass County Kalamazoo County
St. Joseph County

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