Cass County, Michigan

Updated: 13 December 2008

Cass County was created and organized 29 Oct 1829. The parent county was Lenawee County. The county seat is Cassopolis.

Several URLs will get you to the Cass County Michigan Genweb site.

History of Cass County (from the MI Genweb Project)

Portrait & Biographical Record of Berrien & Cass Counties, Michigan Containing Biographical Sketches of Prominent and Representative Citizens (1893) (Download as a PDF = 76.8 Mb)

Cass County (Linkpendium)

Cass County map (showing townships)

Cass County, MI Genealogy Forum (

American Local History Network (Cass County)

Cass County -- Cemeteries, Churches, County Parks, Schools, Towns, Town Halls

Cass County -- Michigan GenWeb

Cass County (ePodunk) Click on Cass County

1873 Michigan Atlas (Cass County)

Cass County, Michigan (1895 map)

Cass County, Michigan railroads (map)

Cass County GenWeb Project

Cass County Cemeteries (Index from book by Amelia Castle and Nancy Corwin)

Cass County Cemeteries

Cass County Cemetery Tombstone Transcription Project

Marcellus Village , Cass County, MI (Wikipedia)

Marcellus Township, Cass County, MI (Wikipedia)

Transcribed Historical Markers, Cass County, MI

Excerpts of Early Editions of the Lawton Leader (Part 1)

Excerpts of Early Editions of the Lawton Leader (Part 2)

Biographies of Early Settlers (Nelson & Sanford Corey) Nelson married Delia Fletcher.