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Genealogy Research in Presque Isle County, Michigan

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Many people are unaware that many important records which are crucial to their family tree search cannot be
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repositories at the local level in MI, at the
federal level in Washington, D.C., or at the
LDS Family History Library in Utah.
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obituaries, death certificates, military records and land deeds are generally not available online and can only
be obtained by mailing research requests
to places like local public libraries or
cemeteries, or by visiting the LDS Family
History Library
in Utah. These records are
critical to any comprehensive ancestry search
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Family Tree Search - Presque Isle County, Michigan

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Presque Isle County, Michigan Genealogy Resources

Are you just beginning your ancestry research in Presque Isle County, MI? Our expert research team has put
 together some helpful links and resources to help you get started with your family tree research. Many of the
MI resources listed on this page are often used by our genealogists during a typical ancestry search to help locate
important records like birth certificates, obituaries, court records, marriage certificates, land deeds, and family


Epodunk - Presque Isle County Cemeteries

 Find a Grave - Presque Isle County, MI

Grave Addiction - Photographs of Presque Isle County Cemeteries

Interment.net - Presque Isle County Cemeteries

Michigan Cemetery Transcription and Photo Project - Presque Isle County, MI

Michigan Gravestone Photo Project - Presque Isle County, MI

The Political Graveyard - Presque Isle County, MI

Tombstone Transcription Project - Presque Isle County, MI

USGenWeb Archives - Presque Isle County, MI Cemeteries

Census Records

Presque Isle County Census Records - Census Online

Presque Isle County Federal Census Index - US-Census.org

  Presque Isle County Census Records - USGenWeb Archives

1860 Census of Presque Isle County, MI - Ancestry.com

1870 Census of Presque Isle County, MI - Ancestry.com

1880 Census of Presque Isle County, MI - Ancestry.com

1880 Census of Presque Isle County, MI - FamilySearch.org

1910 Census of Presque Isle County, MI - Ancestry.com

1920 Census of Presque Isle County, MI - Ancestry.com

1930 Census of Presque Isle County, MI - Ancestry.com

Court Records

Livingston's Law Register, 1851 - Presque Isle County Lawyers

USGenWeb Archives - Presque Isle County Other Court Records


Estate Records

USGenWeb Archives - Presque Isle County Wills   


Family History Archives - The History of Presque Isle County, Michigan

The Historical Marker Database - Presque Isle County Historical Markers 

Historical Marker Society of America - Presque Isle County Historical Markers

Living Places - Presque Isle County Michigan

National Register of Historic Places - Presque Isle County, MI

Signs of History - Presque Isle County, Michigan

USGenWeb Archives - Presque Isle County Area History

Wikipedia.org - Presque Isle County, MI History

Land Records

Libraries and Archives

Family History Library Catalog - Presque Isle County, MI

Detroit Public Library - Detroit, Michigan

Historical Society of Michigan - East Lansing, MI

Library of Michigan - Lansing, MI

Archives of Michigan - Lansing, MI

Public-Libraries.org - Presque Isle County Libraries

USGenWeb Archives - Presque Isle County, MI

Military Records

Korean War - Presque Isle County PA Military Casualties 

List of Pensioners on the Roll January 1, 1883 - Presque Isle County, MI

Michigan Volunteers of the Civil War -

Michigan Volunteers of the Civil War - Presque Isle County Medal of Honor Recipients

USGenWeb Archives - Presque Isle County Military Records 

Vietnam War - Presque Isle County MI Military Casualties 

World War II Casualties, Army and Army Air Corps - Presque Isle County, MI

World War II Honor List of Dead and Missing Army and Army Air Forces Personnel


Obituary Index - Presque Isle County, MI

MI-Roots - Presque Isle County Obituaries

USGenWeb Archives- Presque Isle County Obituaries & Death Notices


Vital Records

USGenWeb Archives - Presque Isle County, MI Vital Records

VitalRec.com - Presque Isle County Vital Records

Click Below to Learn More about Your Michigan Genealogy

Formation Date
County Seat
Parent County
Alcona County
Negwegon County
Alger County
1885 Munising Schoolcraft County
Allegan County 1831 Allegan Barry County and unorganized territory
Alpena County 1840 Alpena Mackinac County and unorganized territory
Antrim County 1840 Bellaire Mackinac and Meegisee Counties
Arenac County 1831 Standish original county
Baraga County 1875 L'Anse Houghton County
Barry County 1829 Hastings original county
Bay County 1857 Bay City Arenac, Midland, and Saginaw Counties
Benzie County 1863 Beulah Leelenau County
Berrien County 1829 St. Joseph original county
Branch County 1829 Coldwater original county
Calhoun County 1829 Marshall original county
Cass County 1829 Cassopolis original county
Charlevoix County 1869 Charlevoix
Antrim, Emmet, and Otsego Counties
Cheboygan County 1840 Cheboygan Mackinac County
Chippewa County 1827 Sault Ste. Marie Mackinac County
Clare County 1840 Harrison Kaykakee County
Clinton County 1831 St. Johns original county
Crawford County 1840 Grayling Shawano County
Delta County 1843 Escanaba Mackinac County and unorganized territory
Dickinson County 1891 Iron Mountain Iron, Marquette, and Menominee Counties
Eaton County 1829 Charlotte original county
Emmet County 1840 Petoskey Tonegadana County
Genesee County 1835 Flint Lapeer, Saginaw, and Shiawassee Counties
Gladwin County 1831 Gladwin original county
Gogebic County 1887 Bessemer Ontonagon County
Grand Traverse County 1851 Traverse City Omeena County
Gratiot County 1831 Ithaca original county
Hillsdale County 1829 Hillsdale original county
Houghton County 1845 Houghton Marquette and
Ontonagon Counties
Huron County 1840 Bad Axe Sanilac County
Ingham County 1829 Mason Shiawassee County, Washtenaw County, and unorganized territory
Ionia County 1831 Ionia Mackinac County
Iosco County 1840 Tawas City Kanotin County
Iron County 1885 Crystal Falls
Marquette and
Menominee Counties
Isabella County 1831 Mt. Pleasant Mackinac County and unorganized territory
Jackson County 1829 Jackson Washtenaw County and unorganized territory
Kalamazoo County 1829 Kalamazoo original county
Kalkaska County 1840 Kalkaska Wabassee County
Kent County 1831 Grand Rapids Mackinac County and unorganized territory
Keweenaw County 1861 Eagle River Houghton County
Lake County 1840 Baldwin Aischum County
Lapeer County 1822 Lapeer Oakland and St. Clair Counties
Leelanau County 1840 Leland Mackinac County
Lenawee County 1822 Adrian Monroe County
Livingston County 1833 Howell Shiawassee and Washtenaw Counties
Luce County 1887 Newberry Chippewa and Mackinac Counties
Mackinac County 1818 St. Ignace Michilimackinac County
Macomb County 1818 Mt. Clemens Wayne County
Manistee County 1840 Manistee Mackinac County
Marquette County 1843 Marquette Chippewa and Mackinac Counties
Mason County 1840 Ludington Notipekago County
Mecosta County 1840 Big Rapids Mackinac and Oceana Counties
Menominee County 1861 Menominee Bleeker County
Midland County 1831 Midland Saginaw County and unorganized territory
Missaukee County 1840 Lake City Mackinac County
Monroe County 1817 Monroe Wayne County
Moncalm County 1831 Stanton Mackinac County and unorganized territory.
Montmorency County 1840 Atlanta Cheonoquet County
Muskegon County 1859 Muskegon Oceana and Ottawa Counties
Newaygo County 1840 White Cloud
Mackinac and Oceana Counties
Oakland County 1819 Pontiac Macomb County
Oceana County 1831 Hart Mackinac County
Ogemaw County 1840 West Branch
original county
Ontonagon County 1843 Ontonagon Chippewa and Mackinac Counties
Osceola County 1840 Reed City Unwattin County
Oscoda County 1840 Mio
Mackinac County and unorganized territory
Otsego County 1840 Gaylord Okkudo County
Ottawa County 1831 Grand Haven
Mackinac County and unorganized territory
Presque Isle County 1840 Rogers City Mackinac County
Roscommon County 1840
Roscommon Mikenauk County
Saginaw County 1822 Saginaw Oakland County
St. Clair County 1820 Port Huron Macomb County
St. Joseph County 1829 Centreville original county
Sanilac County 1822 Sandusky St. Clair County
Schoolcraft County 1843 Manistique Chippewa and Mackinac Counties
Shiawassee County 1822 Corunna Oakland and St. Clair Counties
Tuscola County 1840 Caro Sanilac County
Van Buren County 1829 Paw Paw original county
Washtenaw County 1822 Ann Arbor Oakland and Wayne Counties
Wayne County 1815 Detroit 1807 Treaty of Detroit
Wexford County 1840 Cadillac Kautawaubet County

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