Bay County
Personal Genealogy Home Pages

If you have a Personal Genealogy Home Page with Bay County Ties and would like a link from this page, please contact me with your URL and a brief description of your web site.

Jaskiewicz-Madziar Ancestors' Mosaic of Bay City Michigan: an extensive, sourced database (32,000) built around the Jaskiewicz-Madziar family of St. Stanislaus Kostka Parish of Bay City Michigan, and extended through marriages of that family, with some connections to Polish villages. More information may be available by contacting the owner.

Andrew Hannah had migrated from Clyde Scotland to Canada, where he and his wife Catherine Morrison raised a family. In the year of 1870 three of his children were reported in the city of Port Huron by the United States Census. John Hannah & Wife Elizabeth and brothers Andrew and William. John and his wife Elizabeth Shopia Schroder moved to Bay County where they started their family. After the premature death of her husband, Mrs. Hannah returned to St. Clair County.

Rivard cousins throughout the US and Canada, now over 200 in our Rivard group with 30,000 in the database. Variations of the surname are REVARD, REVORD, RIVORD, REVOR, REVOIR Associated "Dit" names: LORANGER, LACOURSIERE, DUFRESNE, LAGLANDERIE, LAVIGNE, LANOUETTE, PREVILLE, GIASSON. - Site is no longer here need update. Please contact me this site to update this link if you have the new one.

Beaudin-Desmarais Family
In 1686, Rene BEAUDIN brought his family line from Niort, France to Beauport, Quebec. Six generations later, his descendant Narcisse BEAUDIN brought it to Bay City, Michigan. About the same time, George DESMARAIS brought his line from Quebec to Bay City as well. Children of these two, Arthur BEAUDIN and Adele DESMARAIS, married in 1913 to unite these two family lines. Our website covers these families, as well as many related lines such as YON (GUYON/DION), FONTAINE, PETRIMOULX, PETIT LaLUMINERE, BAILLARGEON, and GRIVEAU BOISJOLIE.

The Buczek family of Bay and Huron Counties.

Renee' Dingfelder's site, featuring: Dingfelder, Sauer, Sparsam, Bauer, Herfort, LaPan, Reed, and many others...

Ancestry - The Polish Connection
Featuring Kusmierz, Rytlewski, Len, Mularz, Kozuch, Jankowiak, Gwizdala, Gorney, Habowski, Dreyska, Czylinski, Gwizdala, in the communities of: Bay City-MI, St. Hedwig-TX, Fisherville-MI, Warsaw-Poland, Braddock-PA, Chicago-IL, Lonsk-Poland, Williams Township-MI..

The Barber and Scott Home Page

Moore/Provost And Related Families
featuring the Wenda, LaVasseur, Basney, Longton, Foco/Foucault, Martin and Moore Families

The Trombley and Brunell Family Home Page

The AUGER Family of Bay County

Mary Ellen Rahrig's FTM Page
Searching for Locke, Demeray, Duplanty(DePlaunty),Richards

The Warren Family of Kawkawlin Township, Bay County, Michigan
John Raymond Warren was born December 3, 1845 in Pollokshaw (Glasgow), Scotland.  He first migrated to Canada where he met and married Maria Perry in 1872.  He bought a farm on the corner of eight mile and townline roads.  There he donated the corner of his land for the Warren school house to be built.  He was a farmer, teacher, township treasurer, and one of the first directors on the Bay City school board when the school system was first consolidated.

Featuring:
Carney, Cunningham, McHugh, Cornish, Reilly, Crittenden, Rayer, Hutton, Speir, Poole, Greenberg, Beegan, Sweeney, Thompson, and Trudell Families

Heaths and More - A Bridge to their Past

A Story of brothers and their sons. Coal miners in England, they sacrificed everything to come to America to work in the coal mines of Michigan.

The Turner Family
The Turner Family came to Michigan in 1835.  They initially settled in Detroit then to Stoney Creek, and from there to Pontiac, Saginaw and Bay City.  The Turners were involved in the lumbering business and Captain George Turner was the Bay City Engineer.

Elmer and Debbie's Family Links to the Lajeunesse/Laginess, Gilbert, and Babcock families in Bay County

Descendants of Gabriel Séguin: Joseph Sequin
 

Descendants of Karl Hein (Hine)

McPeak, McDonald, McNenly and Shay family and friends.
These families came from Ireland and Scotland and settled in Canada, on the east side of Lake Simcoe and in Huron County, Ontario near Centralia.  They emigrated to  Bay and Saginaw Counties.  Submitted by Gerald McPeak, member of the Bay County Genealogical Society.

Willette, LaLonde, DeFord, Lafevere, and others.  Selected transcribed burials from
Garfield Township Cemetery, Pinconning Township Cemetery, St. John's Memorial
Cemetery, St. Agnes and St. Michael's Cemetery, St. Anne's Cemetery, Heavenly Rest Cemetery, Flint Memorial Park and Pine Run Cemetery in Flint, Calvary Cemetery, Elm Lawn and St. Patrick's.  Transcriptions by Katherine Kerr.

The Pfund/Pfundt Family of Bay County, Michigan.  Descendants of Johann Ernst Pfund and Elisabetha Wunder, who immigrated from Bavaria, Germany lived in Bay County, Michigan, especially Frankenlust, Monitor and Williams Townships from 1851 to present time.

The McIntyre and Delong Families of Bay County, Michigan.  Especially Kawkawlin Township.

The Aldrich and Willard Families of Bay County, Michigan, Especially Williams, Beaver and Garfield Townships.  Including Levi Willard, founder of Willard Township, Bay County, Michigan. For my Grandmother, Clara Mable Aldrich-Metzgar.

The Browning & Young Families of Bay County, Michigan

 

 

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