Genealogy Resources of the Charlevoix Public Library
The library's Michigan Room houses the following resources:
Microfilm of Charlevoix Newspapers: late 1800's -present
Books with historical relevance to Northern Michigan
Charlevoix Oral Tradition videos: recording the lives of local residents
Charlevoix High School Yearbooks: 1924, 1947-present
The Charlevoix County Genealogy Research (CCGR) Group Facebook page is being made available,
by local volunteers, to assist those searching for genealogy records in or near Charlevoix County, Michigan.
Join the group and ask a research question.
Greenwood Cemetary, Petoskey: Click Here
Seeking Michigan: Click Here
U.S. Government Genealogy Resources: Click Here
Family Search's "How to Start Your Family History" : Click Here
Roots Web "Guide to Tracing Family Trees": Click here
Library of Michigan's Footnote: Click here
Find-A-Grave: Click Here
Historical Society of Michigan: Click Here
USGenWeb Project at www.usgenweb.com.
Vital Records Information at www.vitalrec.com.
American Family Immigration History Center at www.ellisislandrecords.org.
National Archives and Records Administration Genealogy page at www.archives.gov.
Directory of Online Death Indexes & Records at www.deathindexes.com.
Charlevoix County Michigan Genealogy and Reference at www.boynearea.com.
Start your family tree at http://www.geni.com/
The Allen County Public Library is known for its vast collection of genealogy resources.
The Michigan death records collection at Seeking Michigan, covering the years 1897 to 1920, is now largely complete. There are now more than 960,000 death certificates available for free at this site, meaning that the project is now 99 percent complete. These records - never before available electronically - are indexed for easy searching by name, death date, location and age, and hold tremendous research opportunities for genealogists, historians and students. Seeking Michigan is a project of the Library of Michigan and the Archives of Michigan.