United States Soldiers of the Civil War Residing in Michigan, June 1, 1894 Discover your family's story. Enter a grandparent's name to get started. choose a state: Any AL AK AZ AR CA CO CT DE DC FL GA HI ID IL IN IA KS KY LA ME MD MA MI MN MS MO MT NE NV NH NJ NM NY NC ND OH OK OR PA RI SC SD TN TX UT VT VA WA WV WI WY INTL Start Now [ Names within brackets are reported in letters. ] Eaton County Bellevue Township. – Elias Stewart, Frank F. Hughes, Edwin J. Wood, Samuel Van Orman, John D. Conklin, Martin V. Moon. Mitchell Drollett, Levi Evans, William Fisher, William E. Pixley, William Henry Luscomb, George Carroll, Collins S. Lewis, David Crowell, Aaron Skeggs, Thomas Bailey, Andrew Day, L. G. Showerman, Hulbert Parmer, Fletcher Campbell, Lorenzo D. Fall, William Farlin, Francis Beecraft, William Caton, Servitus Tucker, William Shipp, Theodore Davis. Village of Bellevue. – William H. Latta, Thomas B. Williams, Hugh McGinn, Samuel Davis, William Reid, Charles B. Wood, Marion J. Willison, Herbert Dilno, Jerry Davidson, Edward Campbell, John Markham, Jason B. Johnson, Josiah A. Birchard, Richard S. Briggs, John Ewing, George Crowell, Henry Legge, James W. Johnston, Luther Tubbs, Oscar Munroe, John W. Manzer, Henry E. Hart, Leander B. Cook, Cyrus L. Higgins, Martin Avery, John M. Anson,...Read More
Collection: 1894 Michigan State Census
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. ] Antrim County. Banks Township Wm. H. Blow, Daniel Flanagan, Sylvester Brown, George 0. Glazier. John Sprick. Amasa Hartwell, John Levene, Wm. Greenman, James Arnold, Oscar H. Whitney, Harvey P. Wing, Joseph Washer, Amos Richardson, Burr Lewis. Charles Flanagan, Edw. Skinner, Gilbert M. Randall, William Blissett. Fred Ladue, William Burns, Fredric L. Church, Lewis Deline, Russell T. Sleeper, [Gilbert Bently, Geo. Fuller]. Central Lake Township Jesse Lambert, Nelson W. Doty, Cyrenus Chamberlain, Jerome S. Campbell, Silas B. Anway, William B. Cook, Andrew J. Cook, Monroe Hughs, Andrew J. Coburn, John Keffe, William Wardrop, John H. McPherson, John Jackson, Daniel C. Morrison, William llohrmann, William Roberts, Josiah E. Easton, Norman Larabee, Jackson Waffle, James R. Child. Hiram Blakely, John 0. McEwan, Henry H. Chamberlin. L. W. Bratt, George W. McDonald. Hiram Sweet, Luther G. Evans. Robert R. Wilkinson, William H. Easton, Andrew J. Drake, Charles L. Hamilton. John A. Stephens. William H. Adams. Jeremiah Atherton. Daniel W. Sage. Cyrus R. Capen, Henry C. 1lcFarlan, Ezekiel C. Walter. Harkness Green, Jesse A. Cary, George W. Thomas. James Butler. John W. Jackson. John Green. Chestonia Township Henry R. Becker, William A. Bates, William E. Stephens, Charles E. Harris, Emanuel A. Dunson....Read More
Otherwise known as the 1894 Michigan Veterans Census. This document lists the names by ward, township, and county of United States Soldiers of the Civil War Residing in Michigan, June 1, 1894. The information was extracted from the 1894 Michigan State Census. Since the 1890 federal census was destroyed in a fire, researchers can use this list of names as an additional tool beyond the census, to document their ancestors whereabouts during the 1890’s. There are approximately 50,000 names provided.Read More
United States Soldiers of the Civil War Residing in Michigan, June 1, 1894 [ Names within brackets are reported in letters. ] Antioch Township – Henry T. Smith, Ira S. Miller, Michael Smith, Enos Jones. Clark Spidle, Delos W. Rider, Jerome Gregory, Harvey Burt, James L. Dexter, Charles A. Clark, Robert S. Cook, John Redner, Peter B. Polnanteer, John P. Sprague. William H. Stone, Jacob Bullion, Elijah Bowerman. Village of Sherman – Henry Hitchcock, John H. Wheeler, George Hooper, Samuel Allman, Nathan L. Hanna, Alonzo Belcher, Leroy P. Champenois, Edgar W. Wheeler, Wesley J. Austin, Heman B. Sturtevant, Henry W. Fast. Boon Township – Bailey J. Stanley, Morgan D. Mercer, John E. Hixon, Albert Hale, Christopher McClain, Eugene Blakeslee, Ira Hayes, Joseph W. Orias, William McNitt, James Mansfield, Armeness McClain, George R. Beckwith. Village of Harrietta – Charles W. Mathena, Albert L. Mosher, Harmon S. Chase, Elias K. Bortz, George P. Rowe, James Z. Stanley, Levi N. West, Henry Razek, Frederick A. Hackstead, Alexander Graham, Jacob Weldon, John C. Stone, Chauncey Eaton, Thomas H. Jackson, George Esler, Alexander H. Snyder, John H. Sage, George Miller. Cedar Creek Township – Robert S. Long, John Carroll, Henry J. Cook, Martin Russell, Nelson Woodworth, John P. Waltz, Augustus A. Clawson, Zara W. Ellsworth, Charles E. Bradburn, William H. Dingman, Matthew H. Harris, George Salmon, Henry L. Bertholf, James W. Dingman, Joel Seaton,...Read More
United States Soldiers of the Civil War Residing in Michigan, June 1, 1894 [ Names within brackets are reported in letters. ] Brownstown Township – David Sanderson. William Carson. Edward Carson, William J. Vreeland. William S. Vreeland, Albert W. Wegar. Roderic Broughton, Frederick Closser. John Busembark. John Washer. Frank Ferstel, William Knight. John R. Brown, William H. Blanchard, Charles Strewing. John Shavanaw. Thomas Raymond, H. A. M. Jones. H. Abram Frank, William Anteau. Samuel W. Vanpelt, Henry M. Smith. Samuel F. Smith, Henry Lautenschlager. Wesley B. Littlefield, Chandler D. Wells, David Smith, Lorenzo Ferstel, Edmund Beech, Charles Simpson, Lucius Lobdell, George W. Hicox, George Broughton, John King, L. W. Mix, Sylvester Miller, Charles Bryant, Wni. Brown, William Eckliff, Quincy A. Woodruff, William H. Stoddard, John Nellie, John B. Lezotte. Frank T. Bondy, Charles Taylor, David Valrance, J. P. Reed, Joseph Laura, W. J. Porter, Claus Plath, [Spencer Doremus, Henry P. Irving, Abram Frankhouse, John D. Gudeth, Langdon A. Spencer, Henry W. Moses, James McCarter, Perry]. Canton Township – Thaddeus J. Treat, Charles H. Newkirk, John McGraw, Wallace Dicks, William Holmes, Steven Newton, Ephraim Truesdel, Robert Robinson, George Eldred, Orsen Westfall, George C. Comer, William Gardner, [Nelson Pooler]. Dearborn Township – William Kelley, Jacob Fox, Victor Rivenette, John D. Heberstreet, John Cosbey, Alfred H. Kator, Henry G. Frank, Charles H. Tucker, James Forsyth, John Smelter, Alva Lemen, John M. Farland,...Read More
United States Soldiers of the Civil War Residing in Michigan, June 1, 1894 [ Names within brackets are reported in letters. ] Ann Arbor Township – George E. Bull, Frederick J. Kalmbach, William Forn, William Hoose, Jacob P. Katz, Truman B. Albro, Alanson B. Cole, Michael Fitzgerald, [Charles R. Gardner, Lorenzo Gross]. Augusta Township – Marion Burgess, Daniel W. Losse, Martin Alford, Henry Thompson, John N. Gregg, Henry Haslett, Willis Sheldon, William H. Newton, Isaac Welborne, Merritt B. Heath, Galen Markham, Chester Rose, R. F. Ainsley, Charles H. Greenman, James W. Jackson, Mervin Poole, Thomas Tallady, John Post, Amos Cooley. J. M. Breinning, John Tilson, Albert Moore, Henry Snowball, David Kells, Adam Fullerton, Ezekial Johnson, Arthur Whipple, Charles Reid, Schuylar McFall, Sidney Ashton, Paul Warboy, William A. Russell, Edwin S. Butts, Henry Fuleington, James Albright, Elias B. Stone, Victory Sanford, D. Butts, William A. Heath, George Kimball, [Isaac Wilson]. Bridgewater Township – Nelson Gardner, James K. Quick. Charles Avery, Joseph McCollum, Joseph Linden, Sylvester Green, Elbridge C. Fenn, Peter Socks, Cyrus Sprowl. Dexter Township – Leonard C. Rodman, M. E. McNeil, Richard S. Whalian, Matthew Koch, George M. Sly, Orange P. Noah, William Connors. David H. Mowers. Freedom Township – John Niebling, John F. Essig. Lima Township – Squire S. Covert, John F. Wheelock, Orrin J. Eaton, William Eaton, [George B. Perry]. Lodi Township – Michael Greening, David Snyder,...Read More
United States Soldiers of the Civil War Residing in Michigan, June 1, 1894 [ Names within brackets are reported in letters. ] Almena Township – William Hallarday. Daniel Vantassel. George Monroe, David F. Cisco, John B. Ulam, Walter H. Campbell, Elijah E. Strong, Peter Baugher, Richard Lewis, John L. Stanton. Jesse V. Stevens, Charles Blanchard. Walter J. Tracy. Charles Goodwin, Horace Dyer, Zenas Rhodes. Thomas Thompson. Joseph S. Waite. Albert Orourke. Oliver P. Ketcham. James A. Clark. James H. Bass.. Adam DeHaven. Jefferson Johnston, Edward Gear, Andrew J. Harrison. William A. Hill, John W. Timmons. Nathan H. Evans. Homer H. Hill. Henry W. Palmanteer, [H. B. Ward]. Antwerp Township – William H. Stainton, David M. Ward, Harlans P. Waters. Daniel Miller. Philemon R. Payne, Shortis Mitchelson. Alfred G. Doolittle, Henry W. Harvey, Jacob Horning, Perry Clark, Samuel Parrott, James W. Clark, William Brace, William H. Miller, James Palmer, Horatio Sampson, Peter Benwire, John Varnum, Joseph Mather, Lawrence Martin, Marcus 0. Joiner, Henry D. Kipp, Charles E. Wheeler, Ransom Beardsley, H. J. Van Valkenburgh, John Dowser, [Henri Jennings, William H. Glidden, Benjamin F. Morris, Lafayette Nichols, Amizia Kellogg, Henry Freeman]. Village of Lawton – S. N. Van Fleet, Joseph Booth, Robert Conklin, Chauncey J. Drury, George Irwin, Charles Bradshaw, Edward George, Nathan V. Finch, Harvey Harper, James Wood, William Sternburg, Harrison Kimble, William Kelley, George Brooks, Andrew J. Shaff, William...Read More
United States Soldiers of the Civil War Residing in Michigan, June 1, 1894 [ Names within brackets are reported in letters. ] Akron Township – Stephen Frent, William Partlow, Elijah G. Mathews, Samuel Woodman, Joseph E. Dairy, John Smith, David Butriek, John Rothermel, Byron Adams, Daniel Vaughn, Martin Kline, Ira P. Randall, Isaac Bolster, William Jewell, Conrad Beatenhead, Uriah G. Hover, Robert Wilson, George J. Dart, John Westphal, Jacob Woodman, Cornelius Hayes, William Hess, Francis Achenbach, Eli Woodman, William Woodman. George G. Marvin, L. A. Houghteling, Lewis S. Lee, Charles R. Gotham, Henry H. Gilbert, Peter Lagrow, Isaac M. Loomis, James S. Parks, Edward A. Dickey, Albert T. Cook, Peter G. Gross, George S. Clark, Amos E. Butterfield. Jacob Eckfeldt, Peter S. Beck, Christian R. Bauer. Almer Township – Dexter M. Macomber, Charles C. Vaughn. Elias Hiveles. Benjamin Loomis. Freeman Smith, Eben Brock, John Daugherty, Charles Bills, Amandrus Hein, Nicholas Vandecar, Orville Barden, Zachariah T. Hess, Augustus Greenfield, Henry H. Bush, Elisha P. Randall, Aaron Burgess, Sanderson P. Stacy, Elias Zinn, Emanuel Hess. Edward Goyer, William Vandervoort, John Graham, Louis C. Becker, Josiah P. Hackett. Alton Knowles, George W. Leman, William E. Trader, James R. Shaver. Arbela Township – Samuel S. Bird, Mathew Tuman. J. C. Silsbee, R. H. Pierce, Jeremiah Hunter, George Klock, Ira Reed. J. B. Wood, Shelton French, James Camp. Tice Perigo, Michell Gilligan. Chauncey Wright,...Read More
United States Soldiers of the Civil War Residing in Michigan, June 1, 1894 [ Names within brackets are reported in letters. ] Burr Oak Township – Roswell Wilcox, Orrin M. Brooks, Stephen Gilkerson, Henry Kiser, William H. Wells, Alfred Sargent, James Billman, George Hackman, John J. Van Vorst, Leonard 0. Green, John Botzner, Henry W. Fretter, Harlow C. Gilson, Abner G. Van Vorst, John W. Green, Philip Rusher, Erwin Tisdal, George Skimp, James Prouty. Village of Burr Oak – George Sheffield, David H. Carter, Anton Miller, John C. Rollman, James Downs, Seymour H. Hogle, Albert Slingerland, George Robinson, Leander B. Shaw, Leonard C. Cross, Andrew Pepper. Daniel Fry, Davis M. Wait, Edward A. Cross, Philetus Siggins, Andrew M. Graham, David T. Lowe, Charles B. Galloway, Joseph Watson, Marshall Marvin, Byron Churchill, O. French, James A. Todd, John R. Keeler. Colon Township – Ellis C. Rumsey, George Emmel, Frank M. Neddo, James Kimmerling, Frank Hurley, Henry C. Thompson, A. H. Wvant William L. Thornton, John Stamp, Jonathan Eberhard, Amos J. W agner, Calvin 0. Marvin, Nelson H. Way, Emery Blossom, Henry Hall, Edgar Bennett, Charles Clement, Samuel Wilber, Lilbiirn Mellen, C. A. Lamberson, Jonathan Savory, Joseph Schoonover, Barney B. Powers, Henry A. Peters, James Chapman, Joseph B. Dean, William T. Renner, Charles Gano, Edward Kimmerling, Charles Eggleston, Hiram H. Ward, Nilson Freeman, Lewis Belote, James Smitley, Peter F. Bower, John...Read More
United States Soldiers of the Civil War Residing in Michigan, June 1, 1894 [ Names within brackets are reported in letters. ] Berlin Township – Francis White, William Hugett, Nathan Hurd, John C. Morehouse, Benjamin F. Frost, Stephen B. Rice, John M. Thompson, Daniel M. Jones, Joshua Hill. David Grant, Austin Finch, Charles H. White, William Clock, Benjamin L. Aldrich, Homer C. Sperry, William Philo, Daniel Butler, Schuyler Jones. William B. Hamilton, Frank C. Jordan, Elijah P. Draper, [Abel. Brown]. Brockway Township – S. N. Blaksley, Alexander Telfer, Theodore Packer, John W. Lewis, Hugh Moore, Lewis Myers, Charles Montney, William Johnson, Thomas Thody. William Patterson, Michael Sheehy, W. J. Moore. Village of Yale – Ezra Freeman, John Hicks, Charles Disbrow, John Steemberg, Frank Robinson. William Strong, Alfonzo Gray, Lawrence Butler, Ira Billman, William Perkins, Isaac Robinson. Burtchville Township – Allen Worden. George Vroman, B. H. Conat, James Withey, John Cornish, Daniel Hanver, Henry Rhodes. Casco Township – John Lasperance, Alexander Vanbrochlin, Frederick Muggelberg, Henry Schnett, John Draves, Alfred Levington, Carl Pritzeon, Peter A. Visger, Peter Vermeulen, Charles Schultz, Timothy Meldram, Nathan B. Clark, Christian Lubahn, John W. Schindler, Jos. Gramer,. CCottfried Fritz]. China Township – John Graham, Gottlieb Grossmeler, Alvin B. Marks, Wanton A. Tripp, Fred Schreiner, Jr., William A. Trumble, Andrew Husel, Daniel H. Harris, Austin Abbey, Joseph Duchane, Christian Schroeder, [John Richlie, William Jackson]. Clay Township –...Read More
United States Soldiers of the Civil War Residing in Michigan, June 1, 1894 [ Names within brackets are reported in letters. ] Antrim Township – John Q. A. Cook, Thomas W. Clay, Charles Rogers, Samuel Miles, George G. Harris, John C. Adams, William H. Adams, Lorenzo Buck, William Hutington, Frank B. McCumber, James Norton, W. S. Jacobs, Austin Trowbridge. Bennington Township – C. L. Dean, Edwin Pasco, Harrison Bailey, E. Townsend, Eli McClain, J. S. Lewis, Jerome Markham, J. Kenney, M. H. Seeley, Edward Hackett, George H. Brock, Gideon Whiting, Jerome B. Hath, William Brooks, Anson Howe, Edwin Hoard, Leonard Crouse, Henry Hutchins, John Millsman, Charles H. Deseness, William Spangler, G. Ruess, John W. Shippe, Henry Lackey, Charles Drake, James Jones, O. C. Waugh, E. S. Hall, Jeremiah Colf, C. H. Thomas, Joseph L. Olcott, Horace Stocking, Henry Fisher, Byron Blank, Albert Blood, Sanford Beniss, David Sawyer. Burns Township – Edward J. Patterson, George W. Keyes, William Zeikhart, James Smith, John Shouts, John Nichols, Seymour Judd, Jacob Seiler, Uriah Croope, John W. Barnes, William Ireland, Henry Wimble, Abner Sears, William Burgdurf, Martin McDonald, C. H. Fleury, Albert Ervy, John S. Johnson, David M. Campbell, Charles Miller, George Miner, [S. S. Hill, Mark Boyce, Joseph Schweikert. Sylvester Bates]. Village of Byron – M. D. Comstock, Harmon Newman, James G. B. Lamb, Charles McQueen, John D. Williams, Enoch Allen, Frank B....Read More
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,...Read More
United States Soldiers of the Civil War Residing in Michigan, June 1, 1894 [ Names within brackets are reported in letters. ] Argyle Township – Paul Weitzel, Amos Jury, Frederick Kritzman, Albert A. Wheeler, Vincent Chase, Frederick B. Richards, Gustavus Langinburg, David Painter, Bradford Reed. Austin Township – George Murray, H. A. Meade, Robert Cleland. George McDougall, William Winters, John McNiel. J. T. Herriman, Thomas Pollard. Bridgehampton Township – James Lane, Lyman Swartz, Thomas Goodall, Isaac Mills, E. M. Miller, John McFarline, Thomas Nichols, 0. K. Kerr, William Sweet, [Peter Counter, Joseph Contois]. Buel Township – Jacob Watson, James Dimon, Silas W. Stone, Artemas E. Hicks, William Hicks, John C. Calhoun, Thomas Bennett, John Boddy, George W. Hicks. Custer Township – David Valentine, Henry Rightenburg, Norman B. Cole, John Lakin, Joseph Harrison, Henry Fye, Levi H. Walker, George N. Hosack, James Fye. Delaware Township – Silas Merrill, John Broadbeck, Charles Ginther, Dennis Clary, Frederick Yehring, Joseph Daw, Valentine Roth, Gabriel Schweighart, Henry Breidenbach, Thomas Ward, William White. Elk Township – Charles Margroff, James Guest, Henry Youngs, Russell D. Reagan, William Hale, Frank D. Davis, Jacob Barker, Alfred P. Hilliker, Joseph Schell, John Vanconant, William Ferguson, Lewis Presley, Nathaniel Henry, [Aaron Ferguson, Christian Heberlie]. Elmer Township – John B. Temple. Evergreen Township – L. Babcock, Edward Linderman, Carlton Harrington, Ogden Atwell, Ralph Washburn, Leonard R. Marsh, Sr., John C. Wheeler,...Read More
United States Soldiers of the Civil War Residing in Michigan, June 1, 1894 [ Names within brackets are reported in letters. ] Albee Township – John N. Slocum, Leonard W. Perry. Carlos E. Hall, Charles Gilder, Franklin Hicks. Andrew J. Showers, A. M. Boucher, Philip Sheffield, Wni. H. Rathburn, Francis Jennings. James Irvine, Benjamin J. Brownell. Howard J. Albee, Joseph Pollock, Napoleon Whittier, Orrin F. Ervine, James A. Gould, John Davis, Charles J. Sutton. Stephen Jones, Seymour Bortle. Birch Run Township – Josiah T. Grant, Hartford M. Harding, Allen R. Brown, William H. H. Douglass, Jay Morse, John Cook, George Patterson, Jackson Powell, Warren L. Preston, Charles Beeman, Marcus Cleveland, Richard Dewey, William Ferguson, Austin Sheley, Z. T. Graham, John E. Austin, Jason Morse, Riley Hadstate. Frank Chase. V”. B. Rottier (?), Henry Richardson, George Edwards, William Rouse, John Dobson, Charles S. Newman, Richard M. Johnson, William Lampson, Seth Devoe, James Larcomb, Frederick Service, William.Matter, August Otto, John M. Smitzer, L. J. Beers, Ransom Butler, Isaac Totten, M. O. Tremper, Warren Campbell, Charles Hustler, Barney Butler, Charles Rank, Edward Rittenmier, Samuel Cam, Milton Hadsall, David Alger. Blumfield Township – Urban Reichel, Adam Prick, Charles Goodman, Franz Schnettler, John Bluemlein, Daniel Cole, John Weaver, Moses D. Rich, Charles Zilk, James Higgins, Charles Schnettler, J. J. Oliver, George Wismueller, Henry A. Lisk, Henry Schnettler, [John Riethmeier]. Brady Township – Nelson Phy,...Read More
United States Soldiers of the Civil War Residing in Michigan, June 1, 1894 [ Names within brackets are reported in letters. ] Denton Township – Albert Ferguson. Gerrish Township – Ezra Pritchard, [Dudley Betts, John B. Davis, Charles A. Brown]. Higgins Township – F. L. Robbins, A. H. Jennings, Martin V. Weldon, Hugh A. Hamilton, W. C. Carpenter, Edwin P. Harris, Michael Nowlin, Charles A. Brown, Harvey Deuplan, Ira Hunt, H. H. Woodruff, Benjamin S. Gifford, Henry Shook. Charles Nims (?), L. Z. Billman, [George Nowlin, J. C. Neff, Fred Packard]. Markey Township – Thomas Tracey, [Dyer Youngs, Almer H. Sargent, James Sutherland]. Nester Township – W. H. Weaver. Wra. Brooks, Patrick Ryan, Edward Russell, William Morrison, Charles Perkins, Joseph C. Cumon. Richfield Township – Daniel Randall, Robert Burke, [J. W. Hollowell]. Roscommon Township – John Nestle, Patrick Kinney. St. Helens Township – Andrew Scott, James A. Walker, James C. Orr, Jacob E. Troup. [John...Read More
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