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Family Files and Information
Posted by: Mary K Freel (ID *****6361) Date: October 15, 2007 at 07:15:14
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The following families have family histories and/or trees on file at the Bay County Library. Some are complete histories and some are short articles referring to the families in some way. There is a genealogical volunteer on duty for several hours 3 days a week who will do lookups. Contact the Bay County Library for further information.
Adamski Anschutz
Baird Baird and Chase
Balanger-Dahl Ballew-Ballou
Ballor Belanger
Bendall Berlincourt
Bernacky Bliss
Boughton-Piggot Boutell-Fletcher
Butterfield Chauncey
Coyle-Gustafson Crosby-Goss-Bedell
Derosia-Fouchia Deschamps-Dishaws
Ducharme Essex
Fisher, Edmund P Fraley
Gaffney Gagnon
Genoski-Latocki Gonyaw-Robb-Petrimoulx
Gotee Gougeon
Gould Goulet
Gregory-Blitzer Hallam-Clancey
Harrington Henninger
Hershey Hewitt-Dufour
Hoppe Housour
Jacobs Jaskiewicz
Joncas Keating-Tighe
Kent-Kinney King
Knagg-MacLennan Knight
Krause Kuch
Lamkin Laporte
Leavenworth-Hart Leinberger Lewandowski-Hazlett- Lohr
Gilbert Loomis and Dague
Lourim Loyer
Lyon Madziar-Koziol-Slaby
Majszak Maxson
McClung McLean
McPeak Metzger
Meyers Middleton
Middleton and Pfundt Moore
Morland Morin-Morand
Morse-Sleight Musialowski
Nevin-Nivin Nowak
Pake Peoples
Perkins Pfund
Pierce Pilon, Robert L.
Reynolds Schindehette
Schmidt Schutt
Schneider-Jordan See-Wells-Fitzhugh
Shanahan Shaw
Shawl Smith, Carl Henry
Smith, H.B. Snyder
Snyder-Clements St. Laurent
Staudacher-Cole Supe-Rademacher
Trombley Trombleys
Trudell VanGuilder
Vermeersch Visnaw-Gauthier
Wagar-Shephard Walker
Wathen Werner
Wheeler, F.W. Wood
Wunder Yoder
Another wonderful resource that also has some family trees and histories is the Bay County Historical Museum. There are volunteers there who can do lookups for you also. The web address is
Hope this info can help get some people started.

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