Berrien County

Berrien County is the name of two counties in the United States, both named for John M. Berrien:

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List Of Villages In Michigan
... Eleven villages incorporate land in two different counties Casnovia in Muskegon County and Kent County Cement City in Jackson County and Lenawee County Hesperia in ... Village County Coordinates Addison Lenawee County 41°59′11″N 84°20′50″W / 41.9864341°N 84.3471684°W / 41.9864341 -84.3471684 (Addison) Ahmeek Keweenaw County 47°17 ... Joseph County 41°50′50″N 85°19′07″W / 41.847272°N 85.3185899°W / 41.847272 -85.3185899 (Burr Oak) Byron Shiawassee County 42°49′22″N 83°56′40″W / 42.8228091°N 83.9444027°W ...
Lakeside, Berrien County, Michigan
... Municipalities and communities of Berrien County, Michigan, United States County seat St ... Joseph Watervliet Villages Baroda Berrien Springs Eau Claire Galien Grand Beach Michiana Shoreham Stevensville Three Oaks Charter townships Benton Coloma Lake Lincoln Niles Oronoko St ... Joseph Watervliet General law townships Bainbridge Baroda Berrien Bertrand Buchanan Chikaming Galien Hagar New Buffalo Pipestone Royalton Sodus Three Oaks Weesaw CDPs Benton Heights Fair Plain ...
Paul Lewis Maloney
... He was an Assistant prosecutor, Berrien County Prosecutor's Office, Michigan from 1975 to 1981 ... He was a District judge, Berrien County Trial Court from 1995 to 1996 ... He was a Circuit judge, Berrien County Trial Court from 1996 to 2007 ...
Alapaha, Georgia - Historical Notes
328, fifth district of Berrien County, Georgia ... also gives the location and contents of two other Berrien County mounds south of Nashville, the Withlacoochee mound, and the French Ferry mound ... Brushy Creek Primitive Baptist Church, originally in Irwin County, figured prominently in local affairs up to and after the Civil War ...

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