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    • Washtenaw County Clerk
      101 East Huron Street, P.O. Box 8645
      Ann Arbor, MI 48107
      Phone: 734-994-2501
      Fax: 734-994-1690
      Genealogy Research Hours: Tuesday - Thursday, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
      Comments: Appointments are required. Staff assistance may be limited. Space allows for two genealogists searching same records at one time. No children are allowed. If staff needs to search index (1970-present), we will do so as timely as possible.
      Births: 1867 to present. Birth records are available only to the individual named on the birth record (registrant), the parents of the registrant, a legal guardian of the registrant, a legal representative of the registrant or an heir of the registrant. Those records at least 110 years old are available to the public. An heir is defined as any relative of a deceased individual. Heirs must supply the date and place of death of the registrant when requesting a copy. This policy is in accordance with MCL 333-2882.
      Deaths: 1867 to present. Indexes from 1970 to present searched only by staff with written request.
      Marriages: 1833 to present. Indexes from 1970 to present searched only by staff with written request.
      Divorce: 1838 to present. Records with Court Services Division at same address.
      Naturalization: Available at State Archives

    • Judge of Probate, Estate Division
      Washtenaw County Courthouse
      P. O. Box 8645
      Ann Arbor, MI 48107-8645

      Street address: 101 E. Huron
      (at the corner of Main Street)

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    • Click on the following link to get more information about Washtenaw County, MI, including the chronology of the county government:

    Washtenaw Co., MI Historical information
    • something newThe diary entries of John Geddes, an early settler of Washtenaw County, MI. Click on the The Birth, Death and Marriage or Marriage extractions from the John Geddes Diaries, an early settler of Washtenaw County, MI. Submitted by Timothy Kreh. (There are two marriage links to the same data, as I've had trouble with the coding of the pages. Hopefully, one page or the other will work with your computer)
    • The early history of the Fuller family as written in 1901 by, James Harland Fuller. Submitted by Mary Lou Hamilton Rogers
    • An historical account of Washtenaw Co., MI written before 1889, by Jehiel Hull BAKER Submitted by Daniel Fay
    • These Pioneer articles represent reports of historical interest from County, Town and District Pioneer Societies. These notes were complied yearly and yield interesting stories of Michigan’s early years.
    • Washtenaw County Historic Sites of Interest
    • Washtenaw County graduates from a listing of 1881-1918 Alumni that attended Plymouth High School, in neighboring Wayne County, MI
    • Chronological history of Ypsilanti, MI

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