Location: Livingston County MI

1894 Michigan State Census – Livingston County

United States Soldiers of the Civil War Residing in Michigan, June 1, 1894 [ Names within brackets are reported in letters. ] Brighton Township – Aaron A. Newman, Amos W. Rogers, W. Harrison Crippen, Henry Davis, Thomas Gaffney, John Grierson, John Sawyer, Henry L. Crippen, Ernest M. Crippen, John Shaw, Joseph T. Van Amurg, Martin L. Blackman, 2ranklin Paddock, Louis C. Bitten, Charles Durfee, James R. Mowry, James McDonald, Henry G. Thompson, Asa Prior, Henry S. Crout, Charles Jacobs, John H. Gilbert, George A. Bidwell, Thomas Graham, John Duckering, Richard R. Root, Henry C. Paddock, Granville Mowry, [J. Wesley Fulton]. Village of Brighton – Joseph W. Francis, Oliver W. Seger, Charles H. Rice, Cyrus L. Carpenter, John W. Hutchings, James Shanks, William H. H. Halleck, Oliver Billson, Edwin Rogers, Wallace L. Long, William H. H. Seger, William W. Pentlin, David Smith, William Robbins, Charles E. Cushing, Lenford Rose, Charles Neeley, Gustave J. Baetcke, Ballemus Losey, Henry Becker, Frederick Miller, Charles A. Kelley, Joseph E. Placeway, William H. Haver, Daniel L. Smith, Claude Williams, Benjamin T. 0. Clark, Lewis H. Westphal, Eugene Hicks, Lawrence C. Underwood, Thomas Trainer. Cohoctah Township – Elias Durfee, Thomas Lound, James Walsh, Henry Knoop, Elias C. Sprague, Henry Lott, David Burton, Daniel Neeley, George Kleckler, John Reader, William Vandercook, John P. Johnson, John D. Slider. Benjamin E. Crandell, William 0. Hendryx, Charles A. White. Reuben...

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Biographical Sketch of Richard Ll. D. Cordley, Rev.

Rev. Richard Cordley, Ll. D., during a period of nearly forty years minister of the Plymouth Congregational Church at Lawrence, a victim of the Quantrill raid and somewhat known in public life, was born at Nottingham, England, September 6, 1829. When he was about four years of age he came with his parents to America, the family locating on a tract of Government land in Livingston County, Michigan, where Richard attended the pioneer public schools. In 1854 he graduated from the University of Michigan and in 1857 from the Andover Theological Seminary. On December 2, 1857, he preached his first sermon in the Plymonth Congregational Church at Lawrence, Kansas, where he remained as pastor until 1875, when he went to Flint, Michigan, for awhilc, after which he was pastor of a church at Emporia, Kansas, for six years. In 1884 he returned to Lawrence and continued as pastor of the Plymouth Church until his death, which ocenrred on July 11, 1904. At the time of the Quantrill raid, August 21, 1863, his house and all its contents were burned, and he was one of the persons marked for death, but he managed to elude the guerrillas. Mr. Cordley was several times a member of the National Council of Congregational Churches. In 1871 he was elected president of Washington College, but declined the office. Three years later the University of...

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Conklin, Fannie – Obituary

Cove, Union County, Oregon Fannie Edith Conklin of Cove died at her home Saturday after a long illness. She was 87. Services will be held Monday 10:30 a.m. in the Cove Episcopal church under Rev. Clarence Kopp with arrangements by Snodgrass Funeral Home. Burial will follow in the Cove cemetery, beside her late husband. She was born in Brighton, Michigan, May 11, 1863, and has been a Union county resident 60 years. Survivors include three sons, Tom and Albert of Cove, and Philip of Portland, five grandchildren and two great grandchildren. La Grande Evening Observer Saturday, July 7, 1951 Front...

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Helen Mae Todd Bernhart of Howell MI

BERNHART, Helen Mae Todd8, (Elbridge G.7, Bela6, Caleb5, Gideon4, Gideon3, Michael2, Christopher1) born June 14, 1840, in Lakeville, N. Y., died April 3, 1890, in Howell, Mich., married Jan. 1, 1857, Lafayette Bernhart. Children: I. Sarah Ella, b. Oct. 3, 1857, d. March 24, 1882, m. April 2, 1880, Charles Armstrong. II. Millie Eleanor, b. Jan. 30, 1861, d. Sept. 4,...

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