Location: Midland County MI

1894 Michigan State Census – Midland County

United States Soldiers of the Civil War Residing in Michigan, June 1, 1894 [ Names within brackets are reported in letters. ] Edenville Township – Ralph Dunton, Charles J. Ennis, Calvin Rich, John Graudon, George Wells, Walter P. Jones, John Mahany, John Verity, Lewis D. Crosby, Thomas L. Burt, John Swanton, Edwin N. Burton, Israel Shaw, Leland H. Gregory, Marshall Smith, Andrew J. Shepard, Charles W. Loomis, [William Landphird]. Geneva Township – Frederick Rose, Harrison Sampson, John McFarland, James Long, Benjamin C. June, Add. Rogers, Paddock Elihue, Royce L. Peasall, Charles H. Spencer, Elijah Sands, Henry Osborn, Edward N. Carley, Peter Parker, Silas H. Catlin, John Burnham, William H. H. Smith, Isaac Peild, [Jos. Morrison]. Greendale Township – Truman C. Gibbs, Henry L. Voorhees, Walter Briggs, Abram Brokaw, Joseph Martin, Patrick Moran. Homer Township – Joel A. Brewer, A. L. Bellinger, William Preston, Archibald W. Stewart, Moses Unger, William H. Lowell, Andrew M. Allen, Sylvanus Burch, Louis H. Wesson, George Mountain, Phineas Swift, George Freeland, James Rivers, Gustavus Stevenson, Levi Fulmer, James Carroll, Lorin Lambert, Jacob Coon, George Prato. Hope Township – David L. West, John P. Raymond, William J. Mason, John Lewis Quain, David M. Wilcox, Albert N. Williams, Washington McMillen, James W. Eaton, Cyrus Knowlton, William H. Rosebaum, William Elmore, John W. Partridge, William W. Williams, Albert Warner, William Chambers, [Ashel Ducher, Alexander Raymond]. Ingersoll Township –...

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Biographical Sketch of Louis Wolsey

Wolsey, Louis; rabbi; born, Jan. 8, 1877, Midland, Mich.; son of William and Frances Krueger Wolsey; educated, public and High Schools, Chicago, University of Cincinnati, B. A., 1899, Hebrew Union College, B. H. L., 1894; rabbi, 1899; post-graduate University of Chicago and Western Reserve University; married, June 12, 1912, Florence H. Wiener, daughter of Abraham Wiener, Cleveland; rabbi Congregation B’Ne Isreal, Little Rock, Ark., 1899-1907; rabbi Euclid Ave. Temple, Cleveland, 1907-; during incumbency new temple built at Euclid Ave. and East 82d; Chaplain-General Arkansas State Guard, 1905; member American Association of Political Science, Religious Education Ass’n, Central Conference of American Rabbis, B’Nai B’Rith, Zeta Beta Tau, Western Star Lodge, No. 2, F. & A. M., Little Rock, Shrine, honorary life member B. P. 0. E.; Excelsior Club; member of committee to nominate Charter Commission, Cleveland,...

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