1894 Michigan State Census – Menominee 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. ]

Cedarville Township – John Cox, J. B. Rood, John W. R’allsworth. Jas. Marttaugh, George H. Clifford, Alexander Durow, [Henry Harkins, Jas. P. S. Kenfield].

Holmes Township – Charles Stenhans, Thomas McCarty, George Lord, John Orando, John Davis, Warren Buette, Joseph Rosenen.

Ingallston Township – Benjamin T. Braley, Frank Lavine, Matthias Bailey, Samuel C. Hayward.

Mellen Township – George W. Longhurst, Frank Forvilly, Gilbert Munson, C. T. Morbeck, William Carley, Michael Lervier, John Miller, William Allen, John Mannering, Theodore Champien, James Parent, S. A. Benjamin, Ira Boise, Michael Garrigan, Louis Preckett, Ira Carley.

Menominee Township – W. J. M. Hall, Frederick Hackeman, James Burton.

Nadeau Township – Daniel Peppenger, Raichio Snow, John Stoddard, Louis Liebman, B. O. Hall, E. Houle, William Thompson, Elijah Flinn, Barney Nadeau, Sr.

Spalding Township – Emery Wells, Narcius Codotte, Benjamin J. Nickles, George N. Suley.

Stephenson Township – F. D. Crane, Floriman Depas, E. M. Breunette, Josiah Wilson, John Shepard, Henry Marquette, Norwood Bowers, Boyd M. Bodel, John Roth, August Van Dervest, Louis Gilmet, Solomon Jonvin, Olonzo Richardson, Meriam F. White, John Schoenstine, Hiram Corey, S. A. Benjamin, John S. Dean, James Johnson, John E. Watkins, John Brusso, [Phillip Bruette].

Menominee City, First Ward – Patrick McMann, Robert Chester, Jesse Hurbbard, Robert Stevens, Frank Olive, S. P. Gibbs, Moreau Caughey, James C. Sherman, Andrew Gram, Henry Schrader, Michael Tyler, [Jacob Primrose, David Remington, G. A. Chandler, C. H. Jones].

Menominee City, Second Ward – John Lawr. Joseph Scheppert, Benjamin T. Phillips, Henry O. Fifield, John McArthy, William Laundrie, Michael Durocher, Nelson A. Babcock, Joseph Lamieux, Harlan P. Bird, John E. Miller, George Bottkol, Edward Nieland, Joseph Mercier, [Adelbert A. Spafford, Louis Rouse, Daniel McKenzie, John McCarty].

Menominee City, Third Ward – Louis Vanskyhawk. John T. Boucher, Frank Moercheu,Owen P. Duffy, Alonzo Dunning, George F. Peaks, Caulis C. Elliott, Charles Vincent,George Doty, George Corbin, Charles Schrier, Robert P. House, Allen B. Bedell, Sylvester C. King, Nicholas Hamm, [Frank Griffen, Jacob Leisen, Patrick Ludding, Peter Badamy, Martin Hayes].

Menominee City, Fourth Ward – James K. Pangborn, Alexander B. Wells, William N. Goodrich, Daniel B. Grant, William White, William Armstrong, Thomas Breen, George Powells, Cornelius T. Emmes, S. Beaudry, Louie Fortier, Louie Bruette, [A. Whitehorn, S. A. Beman. Daniel E. Rowe].

Menominee City, Fifth Ward – Louis Hardwick, John Kagnetosh, Reuben Tradewell, Daniel McDonald, J. G. Moreau, Daniel Nason, David Kaguetosh, Henry Lavine, Frank LePlante, Fred Myers, George A. Tweedie, Mathias Wolff, [Isaac Pishon, Peter Rock].

Menominee City, Sixth Ward – Gust Laret, Stafford Oatman, John Desenaf, Robert Scofield, G. N. Taylor, D. A. Gibson, Henry Bangerman, Charles Ackerman, E. W. Lucia, William Curtis, Adolphus Page.

Menominee City. Seventh Ward – Moses Lamereaux. James A. Stevenson, Edwin R. Martin, Joseph F. Hill, James A. Crozier, Claude H. Ludwig, Beverly Shields. Charles E. Jenkins.



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. 28 November 2014. http://www.accessgenealogy.com/michigan/1894-michigan-state-census-menominee-county.htm - Last updated on May 14th, 2013


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