Thursday, January 17, 2019
Genealogy Information Geneology research tools are available at the main office in Marshall.

Hours for in-office research are Monday-Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.

The following records are available for research in the Calhoun County Clerk's office:

	Marriage Records 1833 to present
	Birth Records    1867 to present
	Death Records    1867 to present
All the above records are open to the public, with the exception of birth records. However, if a person is deceased, an heir or descendant may access the person's birth record by completing an Application for a Certified Copy of a Birth Certificate and providing a copy of the individual's death record (if requesting a birth record 100 years old or older, a death record for that individual is not needed).


$10.00 for the first certified copy. $5.00 for each additional copy of that record made at the same time.
Make check or Money Order payable to Calhoun County Clerk.
Visa or MasterCard is also accepted.

Mailing Address

Anne B. Norlander
Calhoun County
Clerk and Register of Deeds
315 W. Green St.
Marshall, MI 49068

Related Information

Cemetery records are maintained by the City or Township Clerk where the cemetery is located.

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