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Isabella County, Michigan

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  • Stanley Leonard (1893 - 1919)
    Death Certificate shows that Stanley Leonard was the son of Thomas and Alta (Brooks) Leonard, male, white, married, Farmer, born September 13, 1893 Michigan and died January 8, 1919 in Coe Township, Is...
  • Thomas S. Leonard (1868 - 1947)
  • Paul Isadore Riess (1894 - d.)
    Residence • 1900 Coe township Shepherd village, Isabella, Michigan, United States Residence • 1910 Coe, Isabella, Michigan, United States Custom Event • Draft Registration 1917-1918 Isabella Count...
  • Warren Gordon Watson (1920 - 1992)
    Reference: Find A Grave Memorial - SmartCopy : Jun 24 2020, 21:54:21 UTC

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Isabella County was described by action of the Michigan Territorial legislature in 1831. The county name recognized Queen Isabella I of Castile, who with her husband Ferdinand commissioned Columbus's expedition in which he discovered the New World. The county's boundary contains the Isabella Indian Reservation, which has a total area of 217.67 square miles. It is the major land base of the federally recognized Saginaw Chippewa Tribal Nation.

Adjacent Counties

Cities & Villages

  • Clare (part)
  • Lake Isabella
  • Mount Pleasant (County Seat)
  • Rosebush
  • Shepherd

Other Townships & Communities: Beal City, Blanchard, Broomfield, Chippewa, Coe, Coldwater, Deerfield, Denver, Fremont, Gilmore, Isabella, Lincoln, Loomis, Nottawa, Rolland, Sherman, Sherman City, Union, Vernon, Weidman and Wise



The Borden Creamery

Mount Pleasant Indian Industrial Boarding School

Sherman City Union Church