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Location: Gratiot County MI

1894 Michigan State Census – Gratiot County

United States Soldiers of the Civil War Residing in Michigan, June 1, 1894 [ Names within brackets are reported in letters. ] Arcada Township – Francis Hawley, John W. Snyder, William W. Rogers, Milton Fisher, Nathan Orwig, Jacob S. Rogers, George G. Holliday, Nathan Church, Alexander Wiley, John Currens, Thompson Kress, David Brown, John B. Marolf, Edward Blakesley, James Nichols, Darius Shaw, Rodney Purvis, Samuel K. Vandercarr, John Phalen, Christian Sarter, Samuel Helms, James W. Clark, Alfred Roberts, Orrin A. Isham, William Converse, Peter G. Clow, Leonard Simmons, Rudolph Richard, Jesse Burton, Charles Schreff, William Clark, Isaac Havlin, Calvin Austin, Herbert Hyde, Darius Reid, Charles Purvis, John G. Chase, Coridon Rogers, Benjamin Park, William Forrester, George Demory, George Nestle, Asa Losey, Justice Dayman, Alexander Parks, Azum Roberts, Reuben Finch, Marcus Bancroft. [Philetus Kuhn, Jonothan N. Day, Sr., J. B. Wolf]. Village of Alma – Joseph Van Valkenburg, Gardner Clark, Luman Gee, Joel Reed, Charles Hutchings, William A. Thomas, William R. Cooper, James J. Trott, Garett S. Ward, Nathan Boyer, George Willard, William Hannah, William W. Fraker, Aaron O. Davis, George W. Myers, Warren W. Rollin, Stephen W. Griffith, William W. Roberts, Lafayette Church, Isaac Russell, Edwin R. Griffith, Adolph Ziesse, Jerome Delong, John W. Holmes, John Gregg, Albert M. Hudson, George McClellan, James L. Haskell, Titus Z. Andrews, V. M. Wilson, Sylvester L. Merritt, Adam M. Caszett, John W....

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Biography of George C. Pritchard

George C. Pritchard. Farmers and stockmen throughout Shawnee County and over the state at large recognize in the name of George C. Pritchard a man whose services as a doctor of veterinary surgery were extensively employed in the interests of individuals and the entire state for a great many years. Doctor Pritchard is one of the oldest veterinarians of Kansas, has stood at the top of his profession, but is now retired and is devoting himself to the care and management of a fine stock farm near Topeka. Born in Lorain County, Ohio, January 12, 1852, he is a son of Eli B. and Julia Ann (Edwards) Pritchard. When he was thirteen years of age, in 1865, his parents removed to Gratiot County, Michigan. That was then a practically untouched forest of pine timber. It was in the lumber woods of Michigan therefore that Doctor Pritchard grew to manhood. As a boy he had attended the graded schools in Huntington, Ohio, and afterwards the district schools of Michigan. His father was a physician, and the plan most cherished by the parents was that the son should follow the same profession. However, the son had special tastes and inclinations of his own. For eight years he acted as manager of the John Jeffrey Estate, consisting of extensive land and stock interests, and for another two years he was in the...

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Lee, Leon – Obituary

Leon Lee died April 27, 2007, in Spokane, Wash. He was 48. Leon Lee was born on July 20, 1958 in Middleton, Mich. to Edward and Carol Geck. He was greatly loved by his family, extended family and countless friends. Mr. Lee was always willing to lend a hand where needed and will be greatly missed. He is survived by his wife Laura Lee; son Cody Lee; parents Edward and Carol Geck; brother Brian Geck; sisters Tami DeMattia and Tari Amy; and various nieces and nephews. Memorial services were held on Saturday May 5 at 11 a.m. at First Baptist Church in Enterprise. Wallowa County Chieftain – May 10, 2007 Transcribed by: Dixie...

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Lee, Leon – Obituary

Leon Lee died April 27, 2007, in Spokane, Wash. He was 48. Leon Lee was born on July 20, 1958 in Middleton, Mich. to Edward and Carol Geck. He was greatly loved by his family, extended family and countless friends. Mr. Lee was always willing to lend a hand where needed and will be greatly missed. He is survived by his wife Laura Lee; son Cody Lee; parents Edward and Carol Geck; brother Brian Geck; sisters Tami DeMattia and Tari Amy; and various nieces and nephews. Memorial services were held on Saturday May 5 at 11 a.m. at First Baptist Church in Enterprise. Wallowa County Chieftain – May 10, 2007 Contributed by Dixie...

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Andrews, William H. “Bill” – Obituary

William H. “Bill” Andrews, 74, a longtime Baker City resident, died Feb. 28, 2006, at St. Mary Medical Center in Walla Walla, Wash. There will be a potluck luncheon and get-together at 1 p.m. Saturday, March 18, at Harvest Church, 3720 Birch St. “A good time to visit and reminisce because that is what Bill liked to do best,” his family said. Bill was born on May 18, 1931, at Pompeii, Mich., to Paul and Beulah Andrews. He attended elementary school at Pompeii, and was a 1951 Ithaca High School graduate. Upon graduating, he worked for General Motors at Lansing, Mich., until 1955. He then moved to Washington to work for his uncles at Horse Heaven. He worked there until he bought his ranch on Sutton Creek near Baker City in 1958 where he farmed for many years. He married Patricia Irene Barnes (also from Michigan) on July 17, 1960, at Baker City. Along with his own farming, he did custom plowing and combining for numerous people and worked at Ellingson Plywood Mill and later Ellingson Lumber Co. until his retirement in 1994. Bill loved farming, fishing, hunting and just spending time with his children and grandchildren. Survivors include his wife of 45 years, Patricia Irene “Patty” Andrews of Baker City; daughter, Tracey Andrews of Umatilla; daughters and sons-in-law, Paula and Larry McBroom and Jackie and Bob Hughes, all...

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