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Muskegon County, Michigan

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  • Maria Wagner (1852 - 1930)
  • Jacob Waalkes (1859 - 1933)
    Immigration : 1865* Immigration : 1866* Residence : 1880 - Muskegon, Muskegon, Michigan, United States* Residence : 1910 - Muskegon Heights Ward 3, Muskegon, Michigan, United States* Residence : 1920 -...
  • Roelf / Ralph Ties Medema (1886 - 1970)
    Military service : 1942 - Muskegon, Muskegon, Michigan, United States* Immigration : 1890* Immigration : 1891* Residence : Muskegon, Muskegon, Michigan* Residence : 1886 - 't Zandt, Groningen, Netherla...
  • Elizabeth J Abbott (1885 - 1951)
    Reference: Find A Grave Memorial - SmartCopy : Mar 16 2019, 11:40:07 UTC

Please add profiles of those who were born, lived or died in Muskegon County, Michigan.

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Muskegon County was organized in 1859. Its name is from the Muskegon River, which runs through it and empties into Muskegon Lake and subsequently flows into Lake Michigan. The word "Muskegon" comes from the Ojibwa/Chippewa word mashkig, meaning "marsh" or "swamp".

Adjacent Counties

Cities, Townships & Communities

Blue Lake | Casnovia | Cedar Creek | Dalton | Egelston | Fruitland | Fruitport | Holton | Laketon | Lakewood Club | Montague | Moorland | Muskegon Heights | Muskegon (County Seat) | North Muskegon | Norton Shores | Ravenna | Roosevelt Park | Sullivan | Twin Lake | Wabaningo | White River | Whitehall | Wolf Lake

Links

Wikipedia

Nat'l Reg. of Hist. Places

Manistee National Forest (part)

Historic Bridges