1894 Michigan State Census – Schoolcraft 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. ]

Doyle Township – Patrick Curran, George W. Sorter, Portus H. Brown, Charles Brown, Philip DeGray, Patrick Mahan, Edwin Lashbrook, George W. Rice, Alvin Wood, John S. Coy, George D. Tucker, Samuel Woodman, Judge Sweet, George Miner, Thomas Codd, William H. Wood.

Germfask Township – Lloyds Simonds, William H. Stone, Charles Wilson.

Harrison Township – Samuel W. Brown, John Landry, Patrick King, Charles Dumond, Joseph M. Rousier, Thomas Robinson, John McCrudden, William T. Turpin.

Hiawatha Township – John Gayar, Frank Crittenden, Thomas Helmka, Eli Huey, James Norton, Jacob Miller, John Farwell, F. G. Dodge, [William B. Oliver, Alva C. Kepler, John D. Kepler].

Inwood Township – John H. Thompson. John Phenes, Charles Dockham, Arden W. Lyman, Melbourn Lyman, John C. Messenger.

Manistique Township – Henry Brassel, John R. Sellers, Rufus Clemons, James A. Byers, [Amos L. Hill, Eli Bailey, W. A. Arrowood, Oren Cline, Perry Tepel, – Highston].

Village of Manistique – George Orr, Norbert Multhaupt, Charles Girvin, Constant Ruggles, Charles Weaver, Francis E. Herriman, William E. Smith, Augustus C. Carpenter, Wright E. Clark, George Tucker, John McCanna, Charles Chapman, Lewis Worth.

Seney Township – Andrew Daley, John Dains, Henry Stockford, John Dart.

Thompson Township – Daniel Wilson, Abraham Brown, Samuel Johnson, Amos E. Coon, John W. Kelley, David Hursh, David Blair, Millard Duel.

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. 16 January 2015. http://www.accessgenealogy.com/michigan/1894-michigan-state-census-schoolcraft-county.htm - Last updated on May 14th, 2013

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