1894 Michigan State Census – Montmorency 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. ]

Albert Township – George Staubrough, Frank Wright, Amos Cole, George Everts, E. W. Cole, Jacob Frank, Edward Ryno, Robert Pyyet, Barney Carie, Washington Alger, Fred L. Barker, William Smith, John Miller.

Briley Township – Corbin D. Sauls, Moses Beltz, Owen Otto, Alonzo B. Valentine, John Van Helen, James Remington, Levi H. Decker, W. Lawrence Leach, William Gordier, Peter Boner.

Village of Atlanta – John T. Irwin, Alfred J. West, James B. McClain. Hillman Township – George W. Barrett, Joseph A. Eichron, Thomas B. Johnston, George A. Gove.

Village of Hillman – Murdock McLeod.

Montmorency Township – Henry C. Godfrey, John Kennedy.

Rust Township – David Sands, Daniel High, Adam Sneider.

Vienna Township – Eli Smith, Joseph E. Staniger, Jeremiah McKenzie, George Martin.

Wheatfield Township – Peter Dickman, Charles F. Gibbs, Lorenzo N. Willyard, Albert Miller, William McMurphy, Lemuel Plumley.



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. 29 July 2014. http://www.accessgenealogy.com/michigan/1894-michigan-state-census-montmorency-county.htm - Last updated on May 14th, 2013


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