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Jackson County is located in the south central part of Michigan and named after President Andrew Jackson (1767-1845).

The County was created 29 October 1829 from Washtenaw County and unorganized territory. it was attached to Washtenaw County prior to organization 1 August 1832. It's county seat is Jackson.

I am really looking for help in loading a lot more on this county page. If you could help by contributing any information on links, obits, marriages, cemetery info, history, I would sincerely appreciate it. Thank You.

We are basically under reconstruction of this site, please bear with me while we work at it.

Other communities include:
Brooklyn, Cement City, Clarklake, Columbia, Concord, Grass Lake, Hanover, Horton, Liberty, Michigan Center, Munith, Napoleon, Norvell, Parma, Pulaski, Rives Junction, Spring Arbor, Springport, Stockbridge, Tompkins Center, and Vandercook Lake.

Surrounding counties are Calhoun, Eaton, Hillsdale, Ingham Lenawee, Livingston,

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Census
Family Group Sheet Project
Jackson Co. Government Web Site
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Townships
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Jackson Co. Historical Society
Immigration & Naturalization Information
Family Search web site
Social Security Death Index
Old Newspaper News
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Obituaries
Chamber of Commerce
Jackson Co. Genealogical Society
Sons of Union Veterans
Hanover Horton Historical Society
Mid Michigan Genealogical Society
Michigan USGW Archives
WorldGenWeb
Tombstone Transcription Project
Bureau of Land Management
Cyndi's List
National Archives
Canadian Library & Archives
Bible Record
Land Index
History
Pioneer Certificate
Declaration of Intention & Petition for Naturalization
Prison Records
Reference Sites



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