Location: Alpena County MI

1894 Michigan State Census – Alpena County

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. ] Alpena County. Alpena Township A. Trakey, David Kitterick, William Hamilton, Charles H. Beneway, James Talmie, John D. Sheahy, Joseph Rasicho, Louis Van Sipe, Sen., C. R. Taylor, Edward H. Sine, Charles H. Davis, L. 0 Bradbury, William H. White, Conrad Wessel, James Trodden. Green Township Horatio A. Green, Warner Welsworth, Charles Kimball, James Kimball, Thomas McDowell, John P. Wintworth, George W. Rose, James N ouland, Samuel T. Nichols, Cornelius Spain, John McKenzie, James Shears. Long Rapids Township David R. Martindale, Elijah Rockwood, Benj. D. Atwood; John Snider, John Sanborn, Daniel Hibner, James McComb, John H. Chappell, George Brown, Gilbert A. Smith. Maple Ridge Township L. D. Wyman, H. S. Friest, Solomon Eveans, John Blackmore, James Morten. Ossineke Township Peter Gooley, Hiram H. Kinney, John Elsworth, Simeon Noble, Martin Benjamin. Sanborn Township Charles Bellemore. Wilson Township Joseph Bartrow, Oliver Hines, Jacob Neushafer, Oliver Roberts, William Egle, Anthony Kizer. Alpena City, First Ward Joseph F. Ames, George English, Albert C. Rice, John J. Clark, John A. Smith, – Renwick Brown, George H. Broefe, Augustus Johnrow, John Willis, James D. Turnbull, Colin H. McKinzie, Rudolph Clinton Weistershiem, Denton Sellick, [Robt. J. Kelley, Frank Emerick, Chas. B. Greely, Wm. H. Johnson,...

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Biographical Sketch of Herman E. Dove

Dove, Herman E.; automobile business; born, Port Huron, Mich., Dec. 14, 1875; son of James H. and Winifred Dove; educated Alpena, Mich., High School; married, Lansing, Mich., Feb. 28, 1906, Ursula E. Ackerman; corporal Company B, 33rd Mich. Volunteers; service in Cuba in 1898; five and one-half years in clothing business in Alpena, Mich.; started as errand boy and left as head salesman; was called out from there for service in the Spanish-American War; in October, 1899, left the clothing business, engaging in the manufacture of sugar with the Bay City Sugar Co.; in this business until 1908, removing from Bay City to Lansing in 1901, to take a position with the Lansing Sugar Co., later known as The Owosso Sugar Co.; as the sugar business did not offer a large field for advancement, went with the Buick Automobile Co. of Flint, Mich.; still connected with the company as mngr. Cleveland Branch; during the automobile panic of 1910, resided in Salt Lake City, taking charge of the Randall-Dodd Co.; handled their business for 15 months, putting it on a safe and sane basis, and it still exists as a prosperous distributing agency; returned to Flint, Mich., in October 1911, and from there came to Cleveland, taking the management of the Cleveland branch of the Buick Motor Car Co.; Mason, Knights of Pythias and Y. M. C. A. affiliations, member...

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Kolasinski, Gary – Obituary

La Grande, Oregon Gary Kolasinski, 53, of Baker City and formerly of La Grande and Enterprise, died Aug. 24 at St. Elizabeth Health Services. A funeral Mass will begin at 11 a.m. Wednesday at Our Lady of the Valley Catholic Church, 1002 L Ave., in La Grande. Following the service, friends are invited to join the family for a reception at the church. Gary was born Oct. 12, 1953, four minutes before his twin brother to Ardath Snitgen and Donald Kolasinski in Alpena, Mich. He lived in Alpena, St. John’s, Mich., Portland and La Grande where he spent his high school years. He later moved to Casper, Wyo., to work as a welder in the Wyoming oil fields. Gary spent more time in Portland and La Grande, three years in Enterprise and then Baker City where he lived for the last year and a half. In La Grande, Gary met and fell in love with Julie Gooderham. The couple had a daughter, Laura Lee Kolasinski. Gary loved to hunt and fish. He enjoyed riding his bike, strumming his guitar, fishing, talking to his family all day long and a little gambling with his friends (pull tabs) when they went out to coffee. He is survived by his father, Donald Kolasinski and step-mother, Mary Kolasinski of Smoot, Wyo.; his mother, Ardath Snitgen of Crystal Lake, Mich.; twin brother, Terry Lee...

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Kolasinski, Gary Lee – Obituary

Gary Lee Kolasinski, 53, of Baker City, died Aug. 24, 2007, at St. Elizabeth Health Services. A Funeral Mass will be celebrated at 11 a.m. Wednesday at Our Lady of the Valley Catholic Church, 1002 L Ave., in La Grande. Friends are invited to join the family for a reception afterward at the church. Gary Lee Kolasinski was born on Oct. 12, 1953, four minutes earlier than his twin brother, Terry Lee, at Alpena, Mich., to Ardath Snitgen and Donald Kolasinski. He grew up in Alpena and then at St. John’s, Mich., later moving to Portland and then to La Grande, where he spent his high school years. His next move was to Casper, Wyo., where he made good money working as a welder in the Wyoming oil fields. Gary later spent more time in Portland and La Grande, three years at Enterprise and then Baker City, where he lived for the last year and a half. Gary loved to hunt and particularly to fish, but he loved people most of all. He was very tender and loving to small children and animals and special buddies with his little great-niece, Jolan Rasmussen (his brother Terry’s granddaughter). While living at La Grande, Gary met and fell love with Julie Gooderham. They had a daughter, Laura Lee Kolasinski. Laura Lee and her mother now live at Lakeside. Gary talked about Laura...

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