Location: Huron County MI

1894 Michigan State Census – Huron County

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. ] Bingham Township – Alexander McKenzie, James Gilson, Horace P. Shaver, Cyrus T. Hathaway, Michael Murphy. Andrew Patrick. Brookfield Township – George Cross, William Wilson. Sidney Walker. Lander Gokey, Frederick Ketchmer. Caseville Township – C. Richmond, John Smith, August Strorm. John Anderson, Luke S. Johnson, Albert Frank, M. C. Smalley, John R. Pass, Anthony Golden, Henry Leroy. John W. Wood. Simon Stockmeyer. John Glosser, George Smith, William Graham, Frederick Steiman. William Anderson, William Meyer, Henry Gairman, E. M. Stevens, James M. Wilson. Henry Johnson. John Kunkle, Robert T. Lambert. Joseph L. Hatherlay, John M. Stortz. Chandler Township – Lewis Pochett, Mathew Fogle. James F. Wager, Chauncy Galloway, James Casson, Thomas Farver. Voley Peters, Jas. Bedford, Stephen A. Mosher, Aden S. Taft. Stephen Sedore. Colfax Township – William Tahash, Richard Jackman. William Laird. Joseph Mayes, Samuel Bell, William L. Barr....

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Biography of Charles Bomberg

Idaho owes much to her sturdy German and German-American population, whose thrift and industry have made success in every field of endeavor. Prominent among the businessmen of Genesee is Charles Bomberg, raiser and buyer of cattle and a butcher and dealer in meat. Mr. Bomberg is of German parentage. He was born in Huron County, Michigan, May 25, 1862. His father, also named Charles, was born in Germany and came to America with his parents in his childhood. He grew to manhood and established himself in Michigan, and there married Miss Kate Weaver, a native of Huron County, and also of German ancestry. They reared to usefulness and honor a family of nine children, and are living out their declining years at their old home in Michigan, happy and respected. They are members of the Lutheran church. Mr. Bomberg was reared on his father’s farm and did his part of the work after he was old enough and as long as he remained at home. He gained a practical education in the public schools and had some business experience before he left Michigan. In 1884 he went to Dakota, and from Dakota he went to Washington, from Washington he came to Idaho, in 1888, accompanied by his present partner, and the two opened a modest meat market to cater the trade of the then infant town of Genesee. The...

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Biography of Sarah A. Cole, M. D.

Sarah A. Cole, M. D. In a state which had thrown open the door of opportunity to women in many vocations and professions Doctor Cole, of Lincoln, Kansas, is one of the distinguished women in the field of medicine and surgery. She had been a successful practitioner for nearly thirty years, and had spent a great part of that time in Kansas. She was born October 23, 1855, on the high seas while her parents were en route from Ireland to America. Her primary education was obtained in the schools of West Virginia. As a girl she taught school in West Virginia and Pennsylvania. In 1882 she came to Kansas and until 1886 taught school in Lincoln and Ottawa counties. Doctor Cole began the study of medicine under a private tutor, and in 1887 entered the Homeopathic Medical Department of the State University of Iowa, where she was graduated with the degree of Doctor of Medicine March 5, 1889. For the next eight years she practiced at Port Austin, Michigan. While there she was medical examiner for the Ladies of the Maccabees and for three years was village health officer. During 1897-98 she took a post-graduate course in the Hahnemann Medical College of Chicago, graduating March 24, 1898. Coming to Lincoln, Kansas, Doctor Cole took up the active work of her profession and soon afterwards built a well equipped...

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