Calhoun County People Search

Search for Calhoun County MI people. A people search can help you locate people, find family members, check criminal history, criminal records, perform genealogical research, find birth records, death records, proof of identity, divorce records, marriage records, historical records, locate ancestors, property ownership records, and more.


Clerk Offices maintain important documents for their jurisdiction, usually at the county or local level. These records include a number of important sources for locating people and gaining information about a subject. Vital records, for example, provide information on a person's birth, marriage, divorce, and death, as well as any children. Clerks may also keep records on taxes, property assessments, estates and wills, and even voter registration and election results. When performing a people search, a Clerk Office website is an important resource.

Battle Creek City Clerk Battle Creek MI 10 North Division Street 49014 269-966-3378

Bedford Clerk Battle Creek MI 115 Uldriks Drive South 49037 269-965-1999

Calhoun County Clerk Marshall MI 315 West Green Street 49068 269-781-0707

Homer Clerk Homer MI 130 East Main Street 49245 517-568-4321

Tekonsha Village Clerk Tekonsha MI 117 South Main Street 49092 517-767-4204


Historical Societies preserve documents that have historic value. They may be organized around a certain area, a particular group of people, or a particular historical event. Historical Societies may keep a range of documents on individuals, including vital records, letters, photographs, and other historical documents. These records can be an important part of a people search, particularly when performing genealogical research. Historical Societies may provide online access to some of their records.

Albion Historical Society Albion MI 509 South Superior Street 49224 517-629-5100

Battle Creek Historical Society Battle Creek MI 165 North Washington Avenue 49037 269-965-2613

Marshall Historical Society Marshall MI 107 North Kalamazoo Avenue 49068 269-781-8544


Police Departments are law enforcement agencies charged with maintaining order in society. They also keep several records on individuals who have interacted with the police, including criminal records such as arrests, warrants, convictions, and incarcerations. These records provide information that can be important when performing a people search, particularly as part of a criminal background check. Police Department records list someone's criminal history, and they can also be used to locate a person who has moved frequently. Police Departments may provide online access to their records.

Albion Public Safety Albion MI 112 West Cass Street 49224 517-629-3933

Battle Creek Police-Records Battle Creek MI 20 North Division Street 49014 269-966-3305

Marshall Police Department Marshall MI 323 West Michigan Avenue 49068 269-781-2596

Springfield Police Department Springfield MI 601 Avenue A 49037 269-965-7795


Assessors determine the value of taxable property within their jurisdiction, often at the county or local level, in order to assess property taxes owed by the property's owners. As part of this responsibility, the Assessor Office maintains a range of documents on individuals, such as records of the property they own, the property taxes they owe, and any history of foreclosures, tax liens, or violations. These records can be useful for understanding a person's property ownership history, and they can typically be accessed on the Assessor Office website.

Battle Creek Assessor Battle Creek MI 10 North Division Street 49014 269-966-3369

Calhoun County Equalization Department Marshall MI 315 West Green Street 49068 269-781-0745

Springfield City Assessor Springfield MI 601 Avenue A 49037 269-965-3880


Courts act to resolve legal disputes as part of their judicial function. They also maintain a number of records on individuals, including criminal records such as any arrests, trials, convictions, and court sentences. These can range from serious criminal felonies to traffic court violations. Court records provide a range of information that can be important for performing a people search, such as civil cases like divorce and adoption, as well as a person's criminal history, which can be important for a background check. Courts operate at the federal, state, and local level, and they may provide access to their records online.

Battle Creek Circuit Court Battle Creek MI 161 East Michigan Avenue 49014 269-969-6530

Battle Creek District Court Battle Creek MI 161 East Michigan Avenue 49014 269-969-6666


Archives preserve documents that are historically significant. These records can include a number of documents that can be useful when performing a people search, including birth certificates, death certificates, financial records, photographs, historical maps, and sometimes even letters or other personal documents. These records can be useful when performing a people search as part of genealogical research, as some Archives keep documents that date back to before the founding of the United States. Archives may provide online access to their records.

Battle Creek Police Records Archive Battle Creek MI 20 North Division Street 49014 269-966-3305


Social Security Offices are local branches of the federal Social Security Administration. These offices issue Social Security cards, estimate retirement benefit payments, help people determine their eligibility for benefits, and process applications for retirement benefits and SSI benefits. These records contain important information for conducting a people search, including details on an individual's work history, their government benefits, and survivor benefits. Social Security Offices may provide online access to some of their records.

Battle Creek Social Security Office Battle Creek MI 2518 Capital Avenue Southwest 49015 269-962-0910


Marriage License Offices issue marriage certificates and maintain records on marriage for a county or local government. These documents include information on the couple's marriage, such as names, dates of birth, names of parents, and the date and location of the wedding. Marriage records can be an important part of a people search, particularly when searching for people who may have changed their names, and they are also useful for genealogical research. Marriage License Offices may provide online access to their marriage licenses as well as marriage license applications.

Calhoun County Marriage License Marshall MI Calhoun County Clerk, 315 West Green Street 49068 269-781-0730


Sheriff Departments are law enforcement agencies responsible for maintaining order, typically for a county or local jurisdiction. They also keep multiple records on individuals who have a criminal history, including arrest records, warrants, criminal and civil convictions, and incarcerations. These records provide important information for a people search, particularly when performing a criminal background check. The records at the Sheriff Department list someone's criminal history, and they can also be used to locate someone who moves frequently. Sheriff Departments may provide online access to their records.

Calhoun County Sheriff's Office Marshall MI 212 South Grand Street 49068 269-781-0880