1894 Michigan State Census – Gogebic County

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United States Soldiers of the Civil War Residing in Michigan, June 1, 1894

[ Names within brackets are reported in letters. ]

Gogebic County.

Ironwood Township. – C. P. Stewart.

Marenisco Township. – Richard D. Ellsworth, Louis P. Bourquin, George Kingsley.

Wakefield Township. – William A. Carpenter.

Watersmeet Township. – C. A. Boughton, John Beatby, Benjamin B. Hart Bessemer City, First Ward. – Charles D. Fournier, Frank Asp, Joseph Pecard, Lewis W. Munthe.

Bessemer City, Second Ward. – James Hamilton, George L. Loope. Bessemer City, Third Ward. – Herman Langhoff.

Ironwood City, First Ward. – Felix Millett, John Blanchard, Walter Maloney, Allen Yowell, Philip W. Smith, Michael Suchero, P. S. Walker,

Ironwood City, Second Ward. – Alexander Green, E. M. Monroe, Patrick Tague, William L. Watson, J. B. Newton.

Ironwood City, Third Ward. – Octave Tettro, Samuel Reid, Elisha Juneau.

Ironwood City, Fourth Ward. – J. F. Lyon, Peter Lamielle, Samuel Scott. Ironwood City, Fifth Ward. – Lewis Brandt, Almon Goodwin, Curtis Buck.

MLA Source Citation:

State of Michigan. Census of the state of Michigan, 1894, Volume III. Lansing: R. Smith & Co., state printers. 1896. AccessGenealogy.com. Web. 15 December 2014. http://www.accessgenealogy.com/michigan/1894-michigan-state-census-gogebic-county.htm - Last updated on May 13th, 2013

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