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Calhoun County, Michigan 
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Calhoun County, Michigan Genealogy Trails
CITIES * TOWNSHIPS * VILLAGES
Albion * Athens * Battle Creek * Bedford Twp * Burlington * Camp Custer
Clarence Twp * Claredon Twp * Convis Twp * East Leroy * Eckford Twp
Emmett Twp * Fredonia Twp * Homer * Lee Twp * Leroy * Marengo
Marhsall (County Seat) * Newton Twp * Pennfield Twp * Sheridan Twp
Springfield Twp * Tekonsha * Union * Urbandale

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Calhoun County, Michigan Genealogy Trails
ADJACENT COUNTIES
Barry County  **  Branch County  **  Eaton County  ** Hillsdale County
Jackson County  **  Kalamazoo County  **  St Joseph County

Calhoun County Michigan Genealogy Trails

Notable People in Calhoun MI

Calhoun County Michigan was established in 1833, named after John C. Calhoun, Vice President under both John Quincy Adams and Andrew Jackson. In the year 2000 Calhoun County had a population of 137,985 people.

John A. HEVING-catcher for Boston Red Sox & Philadelphia Athletics (1924-1934), began his career.
Betty HUTTON - original and colorful singer in twentieth century American pop music
Marion HUTTON - best-known for her vocals with Glenn Miller's orchestra
John Harvey KELLOGG, Battle Creek Sanitarium founder, inventor of corn flakes
Will Keith KELLOGG, founder of Kellogg Company, John Harvey's brother
Dick MARTIN (comedian), co-host of Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In (1968-1973)
Jason NEWSTED, former Metallica bassist
C. W. POST, founder of Postum Cereal Company
Del SHANNON - Rock Singer. Formed his first band and wrote Runaway here
SOJOURNER TRUTH, ex-slave and ardent abolitionist
Rob VAN DAM, professional wrestler with World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE)
Junior WALKER, of the Motown group. Became a resident of Battle Creek in the 1950's
Ellen G. WHITE, Prophetess, co-founder of Seventh-day Adventist Church
Fred ZINN, World War I aviator

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