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Extractions From the "Avalanche" a Crawford Co., MI Newspaper 1879-1940's

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William H. SHOEMAKER

The following information extracted from the Grayling, Crawford Co., MI Newspaper Avalanche. NOTE: The date at the end of each extract indicates the date of the publication:
-Interesting Items of News Gathered From the Files of the Avalanche of 23 Years Ago - Thursday, April 7, 1910
A quite marriage ceremony took place at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. WOODFIELD last Saturday evening at eight o'clock. The contracting parties were Mrs. Valeria HOESLI, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. WOODFIELD, and William H. SHOEMAKER of this village. The young people are well and favorably known in this village where they will make their home for the present. (6 Apr 1933)

-A quiet marriage ceremony took place at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. WOODFIELD last Saturday evening at eight o'clock. The contracting parties were Mrs. Valeria HOESLI, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. WOODFIELD, and William H. SHOEMAKER of this village. The young people are well and favorably known in this village where they will make their home fo rthe present. (7 Apr 1910)


Valeria WOODFIELD

The following information extracted from the Grayling, Crawford Co., MI Newspaper Avalanche. NOTE: The date at the end of each extract indicates the date of the publication:
-Interesting Items of News Gathered From the Files of the Avalanche of 23 Years Ago - Thursday, July 13, 1905.
HOESLI - WOODFIELD - Married, at the residence of the bride's parents, Monday evening, July 10, Fred HOESLI Jr., and Miss Valeria WOODFIELD, Rev. Mr. PILMEIR officiating. The happy pair, whose whole lives have been passed here, will receive the congratulations of all our people. They are making a tour of the Upper Peninsula, stopping especially at the Soo and at Houghton, with Mrs. Kate Woodfield WINNIE, sister of the bride. (12 Jul 1928)

-Mrs. Fred HOESLI Jr., received $1,000.00, the amount of insurance her husband carried in the K. O. T. M. M. 13 days after proof of claim was handed in. How is that for prompt settlement? (25 Jul 1907)

-CIRCUIT COURT.
The May Term of the Circuit Court convened last Monday, Judge SHARP presiding, and stenographer AUSTIN at his table.
But one chancery case was heard, that of Valeria HOESLI vs. Grand Lodge Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, and that was compromised and settled before reaching judgement. (28 May 1908)

-A quiet marriage ceremony took place at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. WOODFIELD last Saturday evening at eight o'clock. The contracting parties were Mrs. Valeria HOESLI, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. WOODFIELD, and William H. SHOEMAKER of this village. The young people are well and favorably known in this village where they will make their home fo rthe present. (7 Apr 1910)

-Wm. G. WOODFIELD of Houghton, Mrs. A. McKAY of Flint, and Miss Eleanor WOODFIELD of Grand Rapids were called here by the illness of their father, Wm. WOODFIELD. Miss WOOFIELD is a graduate nurse of Butterworth hospital in Grand Rapids and it was at her request that Dr. SMITH came to Grayling to operate upon her father. (7 Mar 1912)


William WOODFIELD

The following information extracted from the Grayling, Crawford Co., MI Newspaper Avalanche. NOTE: The date at the end of each extract indicates the date of the publication:
-The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. WOODFIELD, died on last Turesday, aged nine weeks. (5 Feb 1885)

-BORN.-On the 9th inst., to Mrs. Wm. WOODFIELD, a daughter, weight 11 1/4 pounds. ( 15 Apr 1886)

-BORN - to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. WOODFIELD Saturday Sept., 28., a daughter. (10 Oct 1889)

-BORN, last Thursday, the 26th, to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. WOODFIELD, a daughter. All flourishing. (2 Jun 1892)

-Republican Causus - Grayling Tp.
Caucus was called to order by the chairman of the township committee, C. T. JEROME, who stated the business for which the caucus was called.
On Motion M. A. BATES was elected chairman, and J. C. HANSON, Secretary.
On motion the chairman appointed three tellers, consisting of J. K. MERZ, A. L. POND and J. J. COLLEN.
O. PALMER, Notary Public, administered the oath of office to the officers of the caucus.
The following persons were then nominated for township officers:
Supervisor - Geo. W. COMER.
Clerk - W. G. MARSH.
Treasurer - John STALEY.
Highway Comm'r - F. R. DECKROW
J. P., full term - R. McELROY.
J. P., to fill vacancy - J. K. BATES.
Member Board of Review - J. K. MERZ.
School Inspector - Wm. WOODFIELD.
School Inspector to fill vacancy - Er BELL.
Constables - Thos. K. CHITAGO, H. POND, Levi CLEMENT, and R. WILCOX.
M. A. BATES, D. McCORMICK and J. J. COLLEN were elected members of the township committee for the ensuing year. (2 Apr 1896)

-A party of friends assisted Mr. and Mrs. Wm. WOODFIELD in the celebration of their silver wedding, last Sunday, and they with all our citizens hope to be with them at their golden anniversary. (26 Nov 1896)

-Republican Caucus. - At the Republican Caucus, at Town Hall, Saturday evening, T. A. CARNEY was elected chairman, H. A. BAUMAN, secretary, and J. K. BATES and Wm. WOODFIELD, tellers. The following ticket was placed in nomination:
Supervisor - T. A. CARNEY.
Clerk - Wm. G. WOODFIELD.
Treasurer - John K. HANSON.
Highway Com. - J. E. McKNIGHT.
School Inspector - Wm. WOODBURN.
Justice of the Peace (vacancy) - Wm. WOODBURN.
Justice of the Peace (full term - Perry OSTRANDER.
Member of Board of Review - Julius K. MERZ.
Constables - Thos. K. CHITTAGO; P. E. JOHNSON, Phillip J. MOSHIER, and Ben. KRAUS.
The following township committee was elected for the ensuing year: T. A. CARNEY, chairman; Wm. WOODFIELD, sec., and J. K. BATES.

-Wm. WOODFIELD and wife went to West Branch Saturday to spend Christmas with their daughter, Mrs. Archie McKAY. (28 Dec 1899)

-BORN - To Mr. and Mrs. William WOODFIELD, Jan. 11th, a daughter. (17 Jan 1901)

-At a regular communication of Grayling Lodge, No. 345, F. and A. M., held on Thurday evening, Dec. 11, 1902, the following officers were elected:
W. M. - John J. COVENTRY.
S. W. - Geo. W. COMER.
J. W. - Wm. WOODFIELD.
Secretary - John F. HUM.
Treasurer - R. D. CONINE.
S. Deacon - F. SLEIGHT.
J. DEACON - H. TRUMLEY.
Stewards - A. BRINK and John LEESE.
Tyler - J. J. COLLEN. (18 Dec 1902)

-William G. WOODFIELD has severed his connection with the M. C. R. R., and bought a half interest in the Hamilton Coal Co. at West Branch, to which he will give personal attention. He has been a resident of our village for over twenty years and in railroad employ for ten years. He will not move his family until spring. His many friends will regret his going and wish him success. (2 Feb 1905)

-William G. WOODFIELD came home from West Branch to play with the babies over Sunday. He has sold his business down there and will resume his old job on the railroad. (11 May 1905)

-Mr. and Mrs. Wm. WOODFIELD of this place, and Thos. WOODFIELD and his two daughters, now residing at Jackson, will start for their old home in England, June 20. They expect to be gone two or three months and anticipate a great visit, not having been there for nearly thirty years. The best wishes of hosts of friends will follow them over the pond. (9 Jun 1910)

-Wm. G. WOODFIELD of Houghton, Mrs. A. McKAY of Flint, and Miss Eleanor WOODFIELD of Grand Rapids were called here by the illness of their father, Wm. WOODFIELD. Miss WOODFIELD is a graduate nurse of Butterworth hospital in Grand Rapids and it was at her request that Dr. SMITH came to Grayling to operate upon her father. (7 Mar 1912)

-Willie WOODFIELD, son of Wm. WOODFIELD, who has been quite sick for some time, is convalescing quite rapidly.

-Interesting Items of News Gathered From the Files of the Avalanche of 23 Years Ago - Thursday, July 13, 1905.
HOESLI - WOODFIELD - Married, at the residence of the bride's parents, Monday evening, July 10, Fred HOESLI Jr., and Miss Valeria WOODFIELD, Rev. Mr. PILMEIR officiating. The happy pair, whose whole lives have been passed here, will receive the congratulations of all our people. They are making a tour of the Upper Peninsula, stopping especially at the Soo and at Houghton, with Mrs. Kate Woodfield WINNIE, sister of the bride. (12 Jul 1928)


Willie WOODFIELD

The following information extracted from the Grayling, Crawford Co., MI Newspaper Avalanche. NOTE: The date at the end of each extract indicates the date of the publication:
-Willie WOODFIELD, son of Wm. WOODFIELD, who has been quite sick for some time, is convalescing quite rapidly.

-Wm. G. WOODFIELD of Houghton, Mrs. A. McKAY of Flint, and Miss Eleanor WOODFIELD of Grand Rapids were called here by the illness of their father, Wm. WOODFIELD. Miss WOOFIELD is a graduate nurse of Butterworth hospital in Grand Rapids and it was at her request that Dr. SMITH came to Grayling to operate upon her father. (7 Mar 1912)


WOODFIELD

The following information extracted from the Grayling, Crawford Co., MI Newspaper Avalanche. NOTE: The date at the end of each extract indicates the date of the publication:
-BORN - To Mr. and Mrs. William WOODFIELD, Jan. 11th, a daughter. (17 Jan 1900)

-Wm. G. WOODFIELD of Houghton, Mrs. A. McKAY of Flint, and Miss Eleanor WOODFIELD of Grand Rapids were called here by the illness of their father, Wm. WOODFIELD. Miss WOODFIELD is a graduate nurse of Butterworth hospital in Grand Rapids and it was at her request that Dr. SMITH came to Grayling to operate upon her father. (7 Mar 1912)


WOODFIELD

The following information extracted from the Grayling, Crawford Co., MI Newspaper Avalanche. NOTE: The date at the end of each extract indicates the date of the publication:
-Mrs. Thos. WOODFIELD, of St. Ignace, attended the wedding of her niece, Miss Edith WOODFIELD, Monday evening. (26 Dec 1895)


Luther N. WINNIE

The following information extracted from the Grayling, Crawford Co., MI Newspaper Avalanche. NOTE: The date at the end of each extract indicates the date of the publication:
-MARRIED-At the residence of the bride's parents, in this village, Saturday evening, April 27th, Miss Marian K. WOODFIELD, and Luther N. WINNIE, of Moran, Mich. Rev. A. P. W. BEKKER officiating. More than half a hundred of the friends of the bride were present to witness the ceremony, and if the happy pair experience half the joy wished them in their lifes journey, they may well be satisfied. the groom is agent for the Duluth and South Shore railroad at Moran, Mich, in the Upper Peninsula, where they will be at home. (2 May 1901)

-Interesting Items of News Gathered From the Files of the Avalanche of 23 Years Ago - Thursday, July 13, 1905.
HOESLI - WOODFIELD - Married, at the residence of the bride's parents, Monday evening, July 10, Fred HOESLI Jr., and Miss Valeria WOODFIELD, Rev. Mr. PILMEIR officiating. The happy pair, whose whole lives have been passed here, will receive the congratulations of all our people. They are making a tour of the Upper Peninsula, stopping especially at the Soo and at Houghton, with Mrs. Kate Woodfield WINNIE, sister of the bride. (12 Jul 1928)


Marian "Kate" WOODFIELD

The following information extracted from the Grayling, Crawford Co., MI Newspaper Avalanche. NOTE: The date at the end of each extract indicates the date of the publication:
-Mr. and Mrs. Archie McKAY, of West Branch, were in town, Saturday, to attend the Winnie-Woodfield wedding. Mrs. McKAY is the elder sister of the bride. (2 May 1901)

-MARRIED-At the residence of the bride's parents, in this village, Saturday evening, April 27th, Miss Marian K. WOODFIELD, and Luther N. WINNIE, of Moran, Mich. Rev. A. P. W. BEKKER officiating. More than half a hundred of the friends of the bride were present to witness the ceremony, and if the happy pair experience half the joy wished them in their lifes journey, they may well be satisfied. the groom is agent for the Duluth and South Shore railroad at Moran, Mich, in the Upper Peninsula, where they will be at home. (2 May 1901)

-Mrs. Kate WINNIE, nee Miss Kate WOODFIELD, has moved back from Lake Nebagamon, Wis., to Michigan and is now a resident of Houghton. (13 Apr 1905)

-Wm. G. WOODFIELD of Houghton, Mrs. A. McKAY of Flint, and Miss Eleanor WOODFIELD of Grand Rapids were called here by the illness of their father, Wm. WOODFIELD. Miss WOOFIELD is a graduate nurse of Butterworth hospital in Grand Rapids and it was at her request that Dr. SMITH came to Grayling to operate upon her father. (7 Mar 1912)

-Interesting Items of News Gathered From the Files of the Avalanche of 23 Years Ago - Thursday, July 13, 1905.
HOESLI - WOODFIELD - Married, at the residence of the bride's parents, Monday evening, July 10, Fred HOESLI Jr., and Miss Valeria WOODFIELD, Rev. Mr. PILMEIR officiating. The happy pair, whose whole lives have been passed here, will receive the congratulations of all our people. They are making a tour of the Upper Peninsula, stopping especially at the Soo and at Houghton, with Mrs. Kate Woodfield WINNIE, sister of the bride. (12 Jul 1928)


Myron GREGG

The following information extracted from the Grayling, Crawford Co., MI Newspaper Avalanche. NOTE: The date at the end of each extract indicates the date of the publication.

-YOUNG LOVELLS LADY MARRIES
Miss Cora C. L. NEPHEW daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred B. NEPHEW of Lovells was united in marriage to Glen E. GREGG, only son of Mr. and Mrs. Myron GREGG of Cadillac on Saturday, December 8th.
The marriage ceremony took place at the home of the groom's parents at seven o'clock in the evening, Dr. JOHNSTONE officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Francis A. NEPHEW, brother and sister-in-law of the bride were best man and bridesmaid. The bride was dressed in p[ink taffeta trimmed in silver leaves. The bridesmaid's dress was of rose taffeta trimmed in silver.
The house was decorated with pink and white asters and ferns. After the ceremony a wedding dinner was served to the many relatives and the evening was spent in music and dancing and a good time. Before the reverend left, the bride held her little niece Lorna Deer who was christened. There was one drawback to the wedding. The ceremony was five hours late owing to the bridal party being wrecked on their way to Cadallac. The car containing the bride and groom, the bride's mother and little brother and sister and the groom's cousin ran into a telephone pole and turned over into a deep ditch. No one was hurt except the bride's little brother.
The bride received many lovely gifts. They will reside in Flint. (20 Dec 1928)


Clarence EKKENS

The following information extracted from the Grayling, Crawford Co., MI Newspaper Avalanche. NOTE: The date at the end of each extract indicates the date of the publication.
-Mrs. Katgherine LASKOS is enjoying a two weeks visit from her daughter Mrs. Edward MORRISSEY and Miss Flossie LASKOS of Grand Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence EKKENS of Bay City have been spending the past several days at tHE LASKOS home. (16 Jul 1931)

-Mrs. Kate LOSKOS was in Bay City recently visiting her new grandson, Conrad Eugene EKKENS, who was born to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence EKKENS on October 22nd. The mother was formerly Gertrude LOSKOS. (5 Nov 1931)


Gertrude G. LASKOS

The following information extracted from the Grayling, Crawford Co., MI Newspaper Avalanche. NOTE: The date at the end of each extract indicates the date of the publication:
-Mrs. Katgherine LASKOS is enjoying a two weeks visit from her daughter Mrs. Edward MORRISSEY and Miss Flossie LASKOS of Grand Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence EKKENS of Bay City have been spending the past several days at tHE LASKOS home. (16 Jul 1931)

-Miss Gertrude LASKOS of Grand Rapids is visiting her mother Mrs. Katherine LASKOS. (19 Sep 1929)

-Mr. and Mrs. Carl LASKOS and son Roger of Grand Rapids and Mrs. Clarence EKKENS and son Conrad of Bay City spent a few days the last of the week visiting their mother, Mrs. Kate LASKOS. (26 Nov 1931)


Conrad Eugene EKKENS

The following information extracted from the Grayling, Crawford Co., MI Newspaper Avalanche. NOTE: The date at the end of each extract indicates the date of the publication:
-Mrs. Katgherine LASKOS is enjoying a two weeks visit from her daughter Mrs. Edward MORRISSEY and Miss Flossie LASKOS of Grand Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence EKKENS of Bay City have been spending the past several days at tHE LASKOS home. (16 Jul 1931)

-Mrs. Kate LOSKOS was in Bay City recently visiting her new grandson, Conrad Eugene EKKENS, who was born to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence EKKENS on October 22nd. The mother was formerly Gertrude LOSKOS. (5 Nov 1931)


Phillip LASKOS

The following information extracted from the Grayling, Crawford Co., MI Newspaper Avalanche. NOTE: The date at the end of each extract indicates the date of the publication:
-Mrs. Kathryn LOSKOS returned Saturday from Florence, Wis., where she attended the funeral of her husband, Phillip LOSKOS. She was accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Edward MORRISSEY and Mr. and Mrs. Carl LOSKOS, of Grand Rapids who spent the week end here. (24 May 1934)


Katherine "Kate" WOSKOWSKI

The following information extracted from the Grayling, Crawford Co., MI Newspaper Avalanche. NOTE: The date at the end of each extract indicates the date of the publication:
-Miss Gertrude LASKOS of Grand Rapids is visiting her mother Mrs. Katherine LASKOS. (19 Sep 1929)

-Mrs. Katherine LASKOS returned home Friday morning from Munising, where she was called by the death of her neice, little Marie CHARRON, age 1 year 7 months, daughter of her sister Mrs. Archie CHARRON of that city. Mr. CHARRON passed away last November so Mrs. CHARRON has had more than her share of trouble. The family were former residents of Grayling. Surviving the little girl besides her mother are one sister, Sister Ellen Therese of the Dominican order of sisters of Grand Rapids, and three brothers. The little girl was ill only a few days with pneumonia. (17 Oct 1929)

-Mrs. Catherine LOSKAS was called to Gaylord Saturday by the death of her mother, Mrs. Frances WOSKOWSKI. The funeral was held Monday morning with services in the Catholic church there. Besides Mrs. LOSKOS, seven (or several?) sons and daughters survive the deceased. The WOSKOWSKI's have resided in Gaylord for many years. (19 Feb 1931)

-Mrs. Katherine LASKOS is enjoying a two weeks visit from her daughter Mrs. Edward MORRISSEY and Miss Flossie LASKOS of Grand Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence EKKENS of Bay City have been spending the past several days at the LASKOS home. (16 Jul 1931)

-Mrs. Kate LOSKOS was in Bay City recently visiting her new grandson, Conrad Eugene EKKENS, who was born to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence EKKENS on October 22nd. The mother was formerly Gertrude LOSKOS. (5 Nov 1931)

-Mr. and Mrs. Carl LASKOS and son Roger of Grand Rapids and Mrs. Clarence EKKENS and son Conrad of Bay City spent a few days the last of the week visiting their mother, Mrs. Kate LASKOS. (26 Nov 1931)

-Mr. and Mrs. Edward MORRISSEY of Grand Rapids visited the latter's mother, Mrs. Kate LASKOS over Thanksgiving. (3 Dec 1931)

-Mr. and Mrs. Carl LOSKOS and son Roger have returned to their home in Grand Rapids, after a three weeks visit with the former's mother, Mrs. Katherine LOSKOS. Mr. LOSKOS was called back to his work in the P.M. shops there. (6 Apr 1933)

-Mrs. Kathryn LOSKOS returned Saturday from Florence, Wis., where she attended the funeral of her husband, Phillip LOSKOS. She was accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Edward MORRISSEY and Mr. and Mrs. Carl LOSKOS, of Grand Rapids who spent the week end here. (24 May 1934)

-Mrs. Katherine LOSKOS spent Monday in Saginaw, accompaning her brother, Archie WOSKOSKI. (28 Nov 1935)


Mrs. Edward Morrissey

The following information extracted from the Grayling, Crawford Co., MI Newspaper Avalanche. NOTE: The date at the end of each extract indicates the date of the publication:
-Mrs. Katherine LASKOS is enjoying a two weeks visit from her daughter Mrs. Edward MORRISSEY and Miss Flossie LASKOS of Grand Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence EKKENS of Bay City have been spending the past several days at tHE LASKOS home. (16 Jul 1931)

-Mr. and Mrs. Edward MORRISSEY of Grand Rapids visited the latter's mother, Mrs. Kate LASKOS over Thanksgiving. (3 Dec 1931)

-Floyd LOSKOS returned home Sunday from a couple of weeks visit in Grand Rapids. He was accompanied by his sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Edward MORRISSEY, who returned again to their home Monday. (4 May 1933)

-Mrs. Kathryn LOSKOS returned Saturday from Florence, Wis., where she attended the funeral of her husband, Phillip LOSKOS. She was accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Edward MORRISSEY and Mr. and Mrs. Carl LOSKOS, of Grand Rapids who spent the week end here. (24 May 1934)


Floyd LASKOS

The following information extracted from the Grayling, Crawford Co., MI Newspaper Avalanche. NOTE: The date at the end of each extract indicates the date of the publication:
-Floyd LOSKOS returned home Sunday from a couple of weeks visit in Grand Rapids. He was accompanied by his sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Edward MORRISSEY, who returned again to their home Monday. (4 May 1933)


WOSKOWSKI

The following information extracted from the Grayling, Crawford Co., MI Newspaper Avalanche. NOTE: The date at the end of each extract indicates the date of the publication:
-Mrs. Katherine LASKOS returned home Friday morning from Munising, where she was called by the death of her neice, little Marie CHARRON, age 1 year 7 months, daughter of her sister Mrs. Archie CHARRON of that city. Mr. CHARRON passed away last November so Mrs. CHARRON has had more than her share of trouble. The family were former residents of Grayling. Surviving the little girl besides her mother are one sister, Sister Ellen Therese of the Dominican order of sisters of Grand Rapids, and three brothers. The little girl was ill only a few days with pneumonia. (17 Oct 1929)

-Mrs. Catherine LOSKAS was called to Gaylord Saturday by the death of her mother, Mrs. Frances WOSKOWSKI. The funeral was held Monday morning with services in the Catholic church there. Besides Mrs. LOSKOS, seven (or several?) sons and daughters survive the deceased. The WOSKOWSKI's have resided in Gaylord for many years. (19 Feb 1931)


Frances

The following information extracted from the Grayling, Crawford Co., MI Newspaper Avalanche. NOTE: The date at the end of each extract indicates the date of the publication:
-Mrs. Catherine LOSKAS was called to Gaylord Saturday by the death of her mother, Mrs. Frances WOSKOWSKI. The funeral was held Monday morning with services in the Catholic church there. Besides Mrs. LOSKOS, seven (or several?) sons and daughters survive the deceased. The WOSKOWSKI's have resided in Gaylord for many years. (19 Feb 1931)


Archie WOSKOSKI

The following information extracted from the Grayling, Crawford Co., MI Newspaper Avalanche. NOTE: The date at the end of each extract indicates the date of the publication.:
-Mrs. Katherine LOSKOS spent Monday in Saginaw, accompanying her brother, Archie WOSKOSKI. (28 Nov 1935)


Archie CHARRON

The following information extracted from the Grayling, Crawford Co., MI Newspaper Avalanche. NOTE: The date at the end of each extract indicates the date of the publication:
-Archie CHARRON and Miss Julia WOLKOSKIE were united in marriage yesterday morning. (8 Dec 1910)

-Petition for citizenship filed to be heard at the next term of Circuit Court of Crawford County, January 9, 1911,
Gustave EUGEL, Grayling.
Lauritz E. RASMUSON, Grayling.
Hyacinthe CHARRON, Grayling.
Miles Andreas JOHNSON, Maple Foredst.
Archie Paul CHARRON, Grayling.
Walter HANSON, Grayling.
Edward James BRENNAN, Frederic.
Frederick Haselwood FERGUSON, Deward.
Charles Sidney BARBER, Frederic.
Peter RASMUSON, Grayling.
Svend Holger BERNTH, Grayling. (17 Dec 1910)

-Archie CHARRON will play the celebrated trombone solo "Hyacinthe" at the concert. (16 Feb 1911)


Julia WOLKOSKIE

The following information extracted from the Grayling, Crawford Co., MI Newspaper Avalanche. NOTE: The date at the end of each extract indicates the date of the publication:
-Archie CHARRON and Miss Julia WOLKOSKIE were united in marriage yesterday morning. (8 Dec 1910)

-Mrs. Katherine LASKOS returned home Friday morning from Munising, where she was called by the death of her neice, little Marie CHARRON, age 1 year 7 months, daughter of her sister Mrs. Archie CHARRON of that city. Mr. CHARRON passed away last November so Mrs. CHARRON has had more than her share of trouble. The family were former residents of Grayling. Surviving the little girl besides her mother are one sister, Sister Ellen Therese of the Dominican order of sisters of Grand Rapids, and three brothers. The little girl was ill only a few days with pneumonia. (17 Oct 1929)


Ellen Therese CHARRON Sister

The following information extracted from the Grayling, Crawford Co., MI Newspaper Avalanche. NOTE: The date at the end of each extract indicates the date of the publication:
-Mrs. Katherine LASKOS returned home Friday morning from Munising, where she was called by the death of her neice, little Marie CHARRON, age 1 year 7 months, daughter of her sister Mrs. Archie CHARRON of that city. Mr. CHARRON passed away last November so Mrs. CHARRON has had more than her share of trouble. The family were former residents of Grayling. Surviving the little girl besides her mother are one sister, Sister Ellen Therese of the Dominican order of sisters of Grand Rapids, and three brothers. The little girl was ill only a few days with pneumonia. (17 Oct 1929)


CHARRON

The following information extracted from the Grayling, Crawford Co., MI Newspaper Avalanche. NOTE: The date at the end of each extract indicates the date of the publication:
-Mrs. Katherine LASKOS returned home Friday morning from Munising, where she was called by the death of her neice, little Marie CHARRON, age 1 year 7 months, daughter of her sister Mrs. Archie CHARRON of that city. Mr. CHARRON passed away last November so Mrs. CHARRON has had more than her share of trouble. The family were former residents of Grayling. Surviving the little girl besides her mother are one sister, Sister Ellen Therese of the Dominican order of sisters of Grand Rapids, and three brothers. The little girl was ill only a few days with pneumonia. (17 Oct 1929)


CHARRON

The following information extracted from the Grayling, Crawford Co., MI Newspaper Avalanche. NOTE: The date at the end of each extract indicates the date of the publication:
-Mrs. Katherine LASKOS returned home Friday morning from Munising, where she was called by the death of her neice, little Marie CHARRON, age 1 year 7 months, daughter of her sister Mrs. Archie CHARRON of that city. Mr. CHARRON passed away last November so Mrs. CHARRON has had more than her share of trouble. The family were former residents of Grayling. Surviving the little girl besides her mother are one sister, Sister Ellen Therese of the Dominican order of sisters of Grand Rapids, and three brothers. The little girl was ill only a few days with pneumonia. (17 Oct 1929)


CHARRON

The following information extracted from the Grayling, Crawford Co., MI Newspaper Avalanche. NOTE: The date at the end of each extract indicates the date of the publication:
-Mrs. Katherine LASKOS returned home Friday morning from Munising, where she was called by the death of her neice, little Marie CHARRON, age 1 year 7 months, daughter of her sister Mrs. Archie CHARRON of that city. Mr. CHARRON passed away last November so Mrs. CHARRON has had more than her share of trouble. The family were former residents of Grayling. Surviving the little girl besides her mother are one sister, Sister Ellen Therese of the Dominican order of sisters of Grand Rapids, and three brothers. The little girl was ill only a few days with pneumonia. (17 Oct 1929)


Marie CHARRON

The following information extracted from the Grayling, Crawford Co., MI Newspaper Avalanche. NOTE: The date at the end of each extract indicates the date of the publication:
-Mrs. Katherine LASKOS returned home Friday morning from Munising, where she was called by the death of her neice, little Marie CHARRON, age 1 year 7 months, daughter of her sister Mrs. Archie CHARRON of that city. Mr. CHARRON passed away last November so Mrs. CHARRON has had more than her share of trouble. The family were former residents of Grayling. Surviving the little girl besides her mother are one sister, Sister Ellen Therese of the Dominican order of sisters of Grand Rapids, and three brothers. The little girl was ill only a few days with pneumonia. (17 Oct 1929)


Henry CHARRON

The following information extracted from the Grayling, Crawford Co., MI Newspaper Avalanche. NOTE: The date at the end of each extract indicates the date of the publication:
-DIED-In this village, thursday, Aug. 7, the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry CHARRON. (14 Aug 1890)

-A reception was tendered to Amedos CHARRON and his bride at the home of the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry CHARRON. Some 30 or more of the most immediate friends of the contracting parties and of Mr. CHARRON and family were present. The wedding presents were many and valuable. The evening was spent in a very enjoyable manner, music being furnished by the Citizen's Band, of Grayling, of which the groom is a member. Miss Frances CHARRON invited the guests into the dining room where an abundance of refreshments were served in profusion, and after wishing the happy couple prosperity and happiness to a good old age, the guests departed for their respective homes. COMMUNICATED. (14 Nov 1901)


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