Western Michigan Genealogical Society

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WMGS DATABASE HIGHLIGHT: WORLD WAR I VETERANS CENSUS Shortly after the U.S. entry into World War I, the Daughters of the American Revolution in Michigan established a Homes Ties and War Records Committee. The purpose of this group was to preserve materials documenting the contributions that men from this state made overseas in defense of […]

Researchers like to have the details right. One such researcher asked this question recently. “Does anyone know when the 1840 census for New York would have been counted?  I have checked WMGS forms for the Federal census and do not see a date anywhere.  I checked all of the pages available to me on Ancestry.  […]