BARRY COUNTY, MICHIGAN HISTORY & GENEALOGY
History of Barry County, Michigan,
by Hon. W. W. Potter
With Biographical Sketches of Prominent Men,
by Ford Hicks and Edward Butler
The Formation of Barry County—Barry County was formed by act of the Territorial legislature of April 29, 1829, along with a number of other counties in the state, taking their names from men prominent in national affairs at the time,—Jackson, Berrien, Cass, Calhoun, Van Buren, Barry, Eaton, Ingham and Livingston, with Barry County taking its name from William T. Barry, Postmaster General of the United States under President Jackson.
This eBook provides a sketch of the most prominent points of county history as distinguished from the history of the several townships and individual biography. It also includes biographical sketches of prominent men of Barry County. Click here to see the Table of Contents (includes the persons listed in the biographies), or see the Index for all persons mentioned in the book.
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