It’s not quite that easy, but if you push the button you’ll end up on a page that will help you help the Milford Historical Society
Discover your family's story.
Start with your name.
The Milford Historical Society now offers help with Genealogy research. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org to get in touch with our researchers.
An enjoyable video history of Milford, Michigan from YouTube
Historic Pictures Available for Sale -
We have undertaken a fund-
Pictures suitable for framing will be for sale in the Museum. Call the Museum at
Photos@milfordhistory.org for more information. Sizes available are 10”, 14”, 20” and 24”, where that is the longest dimension of the print; with prices ranging from $30 to $120.
The Mary Jackson Teas Cookbook is available at the Museum and a new set of update pages will be available at the Spring Tea, which is planned for April 26. To read more about the tea click here.
Member Contributed Content -
Moments in Time -
Click here to see the addresses and pictures of the homes
Home Tour 2016 Sponsors
Platinum Level -
The Milford Times
Veterinary Care Specialists
Robertson Brothers Homes /Flagstar Bank
Gold Level -
MediLodge of Milford
Silver Level -
Law Office of Jack Bolling
Community Choice CU
Bronze Level -
The Clothing Cove, The Digital Document Store, Anytime Fitness, Milford Mills, Mathnasium
of West Huron Valley, Jeffrey Stark -
Now the obituaries from 1929 through 1949 have been indexed and made available online. The index is available at .
Back issues of the Milford Times, from 1871 to 1931 from our microfilm archives are
now available for viewing at the Clarke History Museum site. The URL for the portal
site with all of the papers is -
Page down to Oakland County to find the Milford Times copies.
The Museum is OPEN!
The Milford Historical Museum is 40 years old this year. If you haven’t been to the
Museum lately, or maybe ever, plan on visiting this summer. The Museum opened on
May 14 with a celebration featuring refreshments and entertainment. The Museum will
be open on Wednesdays, Saturday’s and Sunday’s this season from 1 -
There is a new display provided by the Huron Valley Numismatic Club that features merchant tokens that were used by local merchants as business promotions in the late 1800’s and early 20th Century.
September General Membership Meeting -
Pot luck assignments— A—F : Main Dish G—Q: Salads or sides, R—Z: Desserts
Our own Russ Rheaum will present a fascinating look at Detroit’s Woodlawn Cemetery, which is now home to a the Detroit Who’s Who from our past.
Click here to visit a nice blog post on the DetroitDvotion blog about a visit to the Haven Hill site in Highland and to the Milford Historical Museum