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Genealogy and History of LIVINGSTON County, Michigan
3 Books with nearly 1500 pages of information

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  3 Complete Searchable Publications on one CD
1.  History of Livingston Co., Michigan : with illustrations and biographical sketches of its prominent men and pioneers. Philadelphia: Everts & Abbott, Ellis, Franklin 1880, 534  pgs. 
Book Contents
Outline map of Livingston Co. Mich. 
History of Livingston County, Michigan. Chapter I. Livingston County and its Indian occupants 
Chapter II. Cessions of Indian lands--settlement of the County 
Chapter III. Changes of civil jurisdiction--erection and organization of Livingston County--courts and county buildings 
Chapter IV. The press--the professions--Livingston civil list--county societies 
Chapter V. Internal improvements 
Chapter VI. Military record of Livingston County 
Chapter VII. Fifth Infantry 
Chapter VIII. Ninth and Fifteenth Infantry 
Chapter IX. Twenty-second Infantry 
Chapter X. Twenty-sixth Infantry 
Chapter XI. Third and Sixth Cavalry 
Chapter XII. Other Livingston County soldiers 
Chapter XIII. Agriculture--Farmers' associations--population 
History of the Villages and Townships of Livingston County. 
Village of Howell, Howell Township, Village of Brighton, Brighton Township 
Handy Township, Iosco Township, Putnam Township, Hamburg Township 
Genoa Township, Unadilla Township, Green Oak Township, Conway Township 
Marion Township, Hartland Township, Oceola Township, Tyrone Township 
Deerfield Township, Cohoctah Township 
2.  Portrait and biographical album of Ingham and Livingston Counties, Michigan : containing biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens of the counties, together with biographies of all the governors of the state and of the presidents of the United States. Chicago: Chapman Bros., 1891, 859  pgs. 
Book Contents
Portraits and biographies of the Governors of Michigan and the Presidents of the United States: Presidents 
Portraits and biographies of the Governors of Michigan and the Presidents of the United States: Governors 
Ingham and Livingston Counties, Michigan 
3.  More descendants of William Chase of Yarmouth : being the progeny of William Chase (1787-1843) of Wyoming County, New York and Livingston County, Michigan : typescript, Loftin, Amy Chase 1968, 62  pgs. Typescript; contains genealogy of the Chase family.
Book Contents
The Chase Family 
Descendants of Isaac Chase 
Descendants of Hannah Chase 
Descendants of Amy C Chase 
Descendants of Warren Chase 
Descendants of Harriet Chase 
Descendants of Charles Chase 
Descendants of Wardwell Chase 
Appendix: Civil War Records 
Appendix: Bibliography 

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