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The links below will take you to the various DataBoards and other resources for Jackson County.
- Birth Records
- Cemetery Records
- Court Records
- Death Records
- Marriage Records
- Military Records
- Newspaper Articles
Jackson County, named for President Andrew Jackson (1829-1837) , seventh president of the US, is located in the central/southern portion of Michigan’s Lower Peninsula. Jackson was first settled in 1929, when Horace Blackman from Tioga County, NY, first filed a claim. The Michigan Central Railroad was completed through Jackson in 1841. Jackson is the birthplace of The Republican Party that was founded on July 14, 1854.