Michigan Genealogy Trails Website
Our goal is to help you track your
ancestors through time by transcribing genealogical and historical data and placing it
online for the free use of all researchers
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Happy Trails to you on your quest for your
Named for Lewis Cass, the Michigan Territorial Governor at the time the county was created in 1829
Its county seat is Cassopolis
Instead, settlers from Ohio and Indiana who had heard of the prairie lands came to occupy them, reaching the Michigan Territory over a branch of the Chicago Road leading from Fort Wayne, Indiana. The population of Cass County was over 3,000 by 1834
Dowagiac * Niles
Cassopolis (county seat) * Edwardsburg * Marcellus * Vandalia
Adamsville * Calvin Center * Glenwood * Jones * La Grange * Penn * Pokagon * Sumnerville * Union * Wakelee
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