Location: Mason County MI

Indians in Mason County Michigan 1850 Census

The following 75 people were identified as Indians (I) in column 6 (color) of the 1850 census for Mason County Michigan. One will note, that this does not follow the federal instructions for the census, as it was not intended that Native Americans be included in this census, but the enumerator did it anyway, and identified them with an I. Some census takers, enumerated their Native American residents with an M or B. Town H# F# Given Surname Sex Age Relation Occupation Birth Location Freesoil 69 69 John Chinquam M 42 head Laborer Michigan Freesoil 69 69 Elizabeth Chinquam F 34 wife Michigan Freesoil 69 69 Joseph Chinquam M 16 son Michigan Freesoil 69 69 Sarah Chinquam F 9 dau Michigan Freesoil 69 69 Lucy Chinquam F 7 dau Michigan Freesoil 69 69 Kittie Chinquam F 5 dau Michigan Freesoil 70 70 James Carmoosa M 78 head Laborer Michigan Freesoil 70 70 Sarah Carmoosa F 64 wife Michigan Freesoil 70 70 Peter Carmoosa M 21 son Michigan Freesoil 70 70 Elizabeth Carmoosa F 19 gr-dau Michigan Freesoil 70 70 Dennis Carmoosa M 14 gr-son Michigan Freesoil 71 71 Peter Walker M 35 Head Michigan Freesoil 71 71 Bashaw Walker F 35 wife Michigan Freesoil 71 71 Henry Walker M 12 son Michigan Freesoil 71 71 Ann Walker F 4 dau Michigan Freesoil 71 71 Peter Walker M 2 son...

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Indians in Mason County Michigan 1880 Census

These 355 people were identified as Indians (I) in column 4 (color) of the 1880 census for Mason County Michigan. In order to have been enumerated they are believed to either have renounced tribal rule, and under state law, exercised their rights as citizens; or because they “mingled” with the white population of these Michigan towns were enumerated under the expanded definitions.

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1894 Michigan State Census – Mason County

United States Soldiers of the Civil War Residing in Michigan, June 1, 1894 [ Names within brackets are reported in letters. ] Amber Township – George W. Genson, Elisha B. Perkins, Andrew Neil, Jas. J. Smith, Newell H. Rowlingson, Gottlieb Ewald, William R. Gender, William White, George 0. Slaughter, James L. Cooper, James Jameson, Frederick Techloff, Charles Wolfe, Josephus Mustard, John H. Vansickle, Silas H. Wood. George W. Clark, Charles W. Jones, Henry Brooks, James Y. Law, Joseph S. Adams, Edward B. Arthur, Albert Oliver, Luther Holly, Charles Boy. Jesse L. Town, George Sartorious, James Hathaway, Michael Moore, John Huber, Warren W. Robinson, George Ainsworth, Thomas Ridley, Allen F. Gifford. Oscar M. Toms, Andrew Vansickle, Charles W. Hull, Lucius 0. Bates,’ Henry Billings, Gilbert A. Andrews, William H. Dillingham, [L. P. Spaulding]. Branch Township – Eli Miller. C. E. Comstock, 0. J. Brown, Henry Johnson, A. W. Johnson, B. F. Barnett, D. F. Shoup. Levi Schoumake. John Klein. Lawrence Shaddock, Peter Miller. Custer Township – Henry Shively, William W. Leach, William Monroe, Newton Kinne, Charles J. Smith, Henry W. Brown, Joseph Me-She-Ka-Kack, Austin D. Kibbie, George W. Gordon, John C. Tracy, Isaac Ives, Seward S. Lampman, Seth Kelsey, R. S. McClain, Edgar A. Green, James F. Handy, George H. Barrett, John E. Phillips. Augustus MIeninger, Leander W. Sanborn, John McKinstry, L. T. Southworth, Jacob L. Gebhart, [Henry S. Jenks].....

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