Shiawassee County, Michigan
Shiawassee County was formed in 1822 and
organized in 1837. It was named for the Shiawassee River, which translates
as "River that twists about." The Shiawassee River enters the county near
the southwest corner and flows through several towns and villages until it
exists the county near the center of the northern boundary and empties
into Saginaw Bay.
The County Seat is Corunna.
As of the 2010 census, the population of the
county is 70,648.
I am your host,
Nancy Bliven. My father's family lived thorough out the southern
counties of Michigan and I will be adding a lot of information that I have
found to our website.
You can help me and other researchers in
Shiawassee county by sending us any information you might have on the
History of the county, towns and townships.
This website is updated regularly and
notifications are sent by the Mailing List.
You won't want to miss anything, so please be
sure to join our mailing list. The lists are
by regions: Michigan is part of the UPPER
MIDWEST STATES GROUP
(North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota,
Click HERE for the
Mailing List Instruction Page
You can join as few or as many as you are
Click on the Township
Name to access the Township Information Page
If you think you would be interested in hosting a county or
state, please visit our
Even if you don't care to be a host,
you can still be a big help to our researchers. You are always
welcome to contribute information that you have on hand or what
you might find at your local library. Just transcribe it and email
it to me. As new data comes in, I'll post it.
All data on this website is
by Genealogy Trails with full rights reserved for