Location: Isabella County MI

1894 Michigan State Census – Isabella County

Discover your family's story. Enter a grandparent's name to get started. Start Now United States Soldiers of the Civil War Residing in Michigan, June 1, 1894 [ Names within brackets are reported in letters. ] Broomfield Township – William A. Burnside, William H. Johnson, George WV. Steel, Hiram Eggleston, Matthew Dopp, Lewis C. Griffith, Daniel M. Loomis, Giles G. Sheldon, Sylvester Quinn, Isaiah Miller, Alfred T. Ford, Josiah Noggle, Edwin A. Dopp, Andrew, J. Acker, Joseph A. Lett. Chippewa Township – William Woodbury, Levi Erick, B. H. Hause, Elihue Arman, Henry Totton, James Vining, Jacob Rice, Stephen J. Mullet, Jeremiah Vining, Jacob Armstrong, Jesse Little, Solomon Wolf, James Utley, David Keith, Gilbert Suzar, John D. Levanewa, John White, George Whitsall, John E. Watson, Henry W. Urick, Orrin Johnson, Philip Vanwie, Thomas Durfee, Sherman Allen, William Lewis, Michael McMahon, Ephraim Salsbury. Coe Township – John C. Church, Cornelius Woodruff, Joseph Northup, Henry L. Gould, Silas Leonard, Austin Campbell, Joseph Byers, Alexander Robbins, William Thomas, Robert Haire, Julius Conklin, Richard Wonch, George Young. Daniel Brickley, Levi B. Quick, Jacob Stilgenbauer, Joseph Miser, Monroe Kinter, Joseph Myers, Andrew J. Conden, Sylvester P. Bailey, William J. Moore, Philip Ream, John Casner, James H. Osborn, Emanias Stahl, John Jackson, Peter Van Vranken, John J. Cronk, George Gruber, John McClelland, Albert Ellis, Barrett E. Conklin, Charles Vredenburg, Henry Canute, Benjamin A. Cahoon, John G. Ziegler,...

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Biographical Sketch of Fred Schauffler

Discover your family's story. Enter a grandparent's name to get started. Start Now Schauffler, Fred; real estate; born, Millersburg, O., Nov. 24, 1876; son of Carl and Amelia Joss Schauffler; married, Mt. Pleasant, Mich., Oct. 16, 1909, Nina Knickerbocker; served in Co. L., 14th U. S. Infantry, during Philippine insurrection, and Boxer uprising in China, 1898-1900; with The N. Y. Central Lines from April, 1905, to July, 1911, first three years in clerical capacity, last three as traveling land agt.; in July, 1911, opened offices in Cleveland to handle factory property, still at it; pres. Schauffler Realty Co., and Factory Building Co.; member Cleveland Real Estate Board and Chamber of...

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