The following data is extracted from 1894 Michigan State Census.
United States Soldiers of the Civil War Residing in Michigan, June 1, 1894
[ Names within brackets are reported in letters. ]
Brevort Township - Charles Cowden, John D. Rivard, George W. Jones. Cedar Township - A. Wheaton, William A. Cornwell, Frank Peck, Edward Ganvung.
Garfield Township - Nicholas O'Donald, William Rogers, Thomas Scofield, Patrick Collins, John Mahar.
Village of Naubinway - Tennis S. Harder, Robert Moore, George Williams, Henry Slack, Frank La Londe, Myron Bruce, Dean Williams, James Lull.
Hendricks Township - Francis Mellan, William N. Caffey, Ronald M. Corey, Albert Randall, Warren Struble.
Village of Mackinac - L. O. Holden, John B. Shoman, Andrew J. Chapman, John R. Bailey, William Marshall, Louis J. Metirer, William P. Preston, Benoni Lachance, Patrick McCormick, Patrick Kerriegan, George C. Ketchum, Theodore Hammond, Adulphus St. Andre.
Marquette Township - George Rogers, Noah Bergy, William Stowell.
Moran Township - Chauncy Clouse, Artis McAllister, Neal McCullough. Newton Township - John Blanchard, Joseph La Belle, George Marr,
Charles St. Andrew, Eli May, Samuel Rivers.
Portage Township - Jacob Snyder, John A. Whitcomb, Jacob Stevens, John Fawcett, John Riley, Jeremiah W. Smith, James Duston, Lyman Smith, Henry J. Burrows, [Thomas Duston].
St. Ignace Township - John H. Andrews.
St. Ignace City, First Ward - James B. Tamblyn, Joseph A. Juillerette, [S. W. Spencer, Jos. St. Petre].
St. Ignace City, Second Ward - J. H. Warren, Michael Lennon, Louis J. Monteith, Byron E. Cubley, Louis Veeder, A. J. Gennell, [F. S. Walker].
St. Ignace City, Third Ward - Daniel Kunter, Hugh McLaughlin. John SaVaque, Radolph Burgess. Ariel W. Burrows.
St. Ignace City, Fourth Ward - Chester A. Carr, Frank L. Walker, Philip D. Bissel, Andrew Wheaton. James A. Maloney, Simeon A. Snyder, Charles Rousseau. Michael M. McElroy, Charles H. Wilson. Henry B. Cornell, George Marr, John O'Connor, Charles Tibbels.
Source: 1894 Michigan State Census