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Reuben S. BABBITT Sr.

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:
-Custon Work A Specialty
Repairing Done Neat, Cheap And Promptly.
Leather And Findings Always On Hand,
At The Shoe-Shop of
Second Door North of Hotel. R. S. BABBITT
Grayling, Mich. (14 May 1879).

-Ed. SULLIVAN, who has been in R. S. BABBITT's employ, now has control of the shop9. Success, Ed. ( 20 Apr 1882)

-It looks kindly good and natural-like to see that long-whiskered "river pirate" on our streets again - of course we refer to Mr. R. S. BABBITT, Sen. (31 Aug 1882)

-Reuben BABBITT, a guide well known to Michigan sportsmen, was knocked senseless at Grayling yesterday by Del SWADER, who struck him on the head with his gun in a dispute about a dog. SWADER was jailed, and BABBITT will probably recover.-Det. Evening News. (7 Jan 1886)

-On last Saturday afternoon an altercation occurred between two of our citizens, R. BABBITT and D. SWADER, in which language was used that was not of the choicest description, and it culminated in SWADER dealing his antagonist a blow with his rifle, which demolished the gun and inflicted a deep cut in BABBITT's head. The sheriff arrested SWADER and placed him in durance vile, while the surgeon dressed the wound which proved to not be so serious as was first imagined, and was conveyed to his home. On Monday afternoon SWADER was arraigned before the Justice, charged with assault and battery. He plead guilty and was sentenced to confinement in the hotel-de-Hum for two days and to pay a fine of $10.00 and costs. We trust that the experience of both will teach them a lesson, as the results might have been much more serious. (7 Jan 1886)

-Simpson's Lake has passed into the possession of A. C. BABBITT, who with his father R. S. BABBITT are engaged in putting up buildings preparatory to engaging in the business of hatching Grayling and Brook Trout. the scarcety of these fish and the well-known ability of the parties in this line of business is a guarantee that it will prove successful pecuniarily to themselves and a benefit to all, as it will be a means whereby our streams and lakes can be once more stocked with the fish of which they are now nearly denunded. (16 Sep 1886)

-Mr. and Mrs. R. S. BABBITT celebrated the fortieth anniversary of their marriage last Friday. An average lifetime. (14 Apr 1887)

-R. S. BABBITT, has been granted a pension. (29 Nov 1888)

-R. S. BABBITT, Sr., arrived in Grayling with his family, sixteen years ago last Thursday, preceded by M. S. HARTWICK, who had been here with his family a year and a month, the only actual resident in this county. He reports the weather of that month was similar to the present, up to the 15th, when two or three weeks of continuous rain followed. they can fully appreciate the changes from then till now. (19 Sep 1889)

-DIED - At his home in this village, Monday April 14th, Reuben S. BABBITT Sr. aged sixty-five years.
Mr. BABBITT was born in Oswego Co., New York, Oct. 19, 1824, where he resided with his parents until he was about eighteen years of age, when the family moved to Ohio, but with the spirit of adventure he pushed on to the then wilderness of Michigan, and located in Washtenaw county, where he worked at his trade as a shoemaker. In 1846 he was married to Miss Mollie DEY, of Pittsfield Washtenaw Co., who survives him, and to whom has been born six sons, of whom three are living Archer and Reuben S. Jr. who reside here, and Walter at Kalamazoo.
From the time of this marriage till the spring of '65, they lived in Washtenaw, Livingston, Branch and Calhoun counties in this state, and for a time in Illinois and Indiana.
In Jan. 1865 he enlisted in Co. K. 9th reg. Mich. Inf., from Coldwater and went immediately to the front, with the western army, but in April was stricken with typhoid fever followinged cerebro spinal meningitis, and was discharged in May, a physical wreck, the spinal trouble continuing ever, till it has culminated in his death.
From the time of his discharge to 1869 he lived at Coldwater, and then having partially recovered, removed to Jackson for one year and then to Fowlerville, for a year and a half, then a winter in Illinois and back to Jackson, from whence he came to Grayling, arriving in September 1873 and being the second family in the place.
He served several terms as supervisor and Highway commissioner, was ever ready to do all in his poer to advance the interests of this place, having the confidence of the community. His health has been such that he could not confine himself to active business life, and being a devoted disciple of Sir Isaac Walton, has passed a good deal of time in quest of his finny friends, whose habits and life were perfectly familiar to him.
He has been noted as a most effieient guide for sporting parties, who for years have depended on him to care for them in their annual trips to this section, and by whom he will be greatly missed. An honest, unassuming man, a loving husband and father has gone home.
The funeral on Wednesday, under the auspices of the G. A. R. was very impressive. 17 Apr 1890)

-Mrs. R. S. BABBITT desires to give thanks to the members of the W. R. C. for their attention, and the beautiful flowers furnished at the funeral of her husband and to the G. A. R. for their kind comradeship, and final offices. (17 Apr 1890)

- RESLUTIONS OF CONDOLENCE.

WHEREAS: It has please the God of Battles, of the Patriot and Soldier to call our comrade, Reuben S. BABBIT Sr., to his final muster on "Fame's Eternal Camping Ground." Therefore be it.
RESOLVED: that we, the members of Marvin Post, No. 240 G. A. R. as a tribute of affection and high regard for his estimable qualities, as a worthy and honorable citizen, a true and devoted friend, and in all relations of life, the best of all, a gentleman an dan honest man; we point with gratification and soldiery pride to his honorable career as a soldier in the war of the rebellion, in which fire was tried the metal of the Ntaion's heroes.
Comrade BABBITT was a member of Co. K., 9th Mich, infantry, serviing until honorally discharged by reason of disease contracted while in the line of duty, when he proved that deeds of daring and acts of bravery in time of war are not the only tests of courage in heroic men, for then with broken health and constitution, he began again the battle for existence in civil life, and fought heroically the unequal contest, until death, the first enemy to whom he ever surrendered, claimed the field. Be it further
RESOLVED: that the Post enjoin its surviving members to emulate the sterling qualities of our departed comrade, as a citizen and a man, and his soldiery characteristics, which now make him one of the Nation's honored dead.
Resolved: that a copy of these resolutions be entered in the records of the Post, and presented to his wife, and that they be published in the Crawford AVALANCHE and Northern Democrat.
Wm. WOODBURN,|
R. McELROY,|
W. BATTERSON,| (15 May 1890)


Mollie DEY

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 - At his home in this village, Monday April 14th, Reuben S. BABBITT Sr. aged sixty-five years.
Mr. BABBITT was born in Oswego Co., New York, Oct. 19, 1824, where he resided with his parents until he was about eighteen years of age, when the family moved to Ohio, but with the spirit of adventure he pushed on to the then wilderness of Michigan, and located in Washtenaw county, where he worked at his trade as a shoemaker. In 1846 he was married to Miss Mollie DEY, of Pittsfield Washtenaw Co., who survives him, and to whom has been born six sons, of whom three are living Archer and Reuben S. Jr. who reside here, and Walter at Kalamazoo.
From the time of this marriage till the spring of '65, they lived in Washtenaw, Livingston, Branch and Calhoun counties in this state, and for a time in Illinois and Indiana.
In Jan. 1865 he enlisted in Co. K. 9th reg. Mich. Inf., from Coldwater and went immediately to the front, with the western army, but in April was stricken with typhoid fever followinged cerebro spinal meningitis, and was discharged in May, a physical wreck, the spinal trouble continuing ever, till it has culminated in his death.
From the time of his discharge to 1869 he lived at Coldwater, and then having partially recovered, removed to Jackson for one year and then to Fowlerville, for a year and a half, then a winter in Illinois and back to Jackson, from whence he came to Grayling, arriving in September 1873 and being the second family in the place.
He served several terms as supervisor and Highway commissioner, was ever ready to do all in his poer to advance the interests of this place, having the confidence of the community. His health has been such that he could not confine himself to active business life, and being a devoted disciple of Sir Isaac Walton, has passed a good deal of time in quest of his finny friends, whose habits and life were perfectly familiar to him.
He has been noted as a most effieient guide for sporting parties, who for years have depended on him to care for them in their annual trips to this section, and by whom he will be greatly missed. An honest, unassuming man, a loving husband and father has gone home.
The funeral on Wednesday, under the auspices of the G. A. R. was very impressive. 17 Apr 1890)

-Mrs. R. S. BABBITT desires to give thanks to the members of the W. R. C. for their attention, and the beautiful flowers furnished at the funeral of her husband and to the G. A. R. for their kind comradeship, and final offices. (17 Apr 1890)

- RESLUTIONS OF CONDOLENCE.

WHEREAS: It has please the God of Battles, of the Patriot and Soldier to call our comrade, Reuben S. BABBIT Sr., to his final muster on "Fame's Eternal Camping Ground." Therefore be it.
RESOLVED: that we, the members of Marvin Post, No. 240 G. A. R. as a tribute of affection and high regard for his estimable qualities, as a worthy and honorable citizen, a true and devoted friend, and in all relations of life, the best of all, a gentleman an dan honest man; we point with gratification and soldiery pride to his honorable career as a soldier in the war of the rebellion, in which fire was tried the metal of the Ntaion's heroes.
Comrade BABBITT was a member of Co. K., 9th Mich, infantry, serving until honorally discharged by reason of disease contracted while in the line of duty, when he proved that deeds of daring and acts of bravery in time of war are not the only tests of courage in heroic men, for then with broken health and constitution, he began again the battle for existence in civil life, and fought heroically the unequal contest, until death, the first enemy to whom he ever surrendered, claimed the field. Be it further
RESOLVED: that the Post enjoin its surviving members to emulate the sterling qualities of our departed comrade, as a citizen and a man, and his soldiery characteristics, which now make him one of the Nation's honored dead.
Resolved: that a copy of these resolutions be entered in the records of the Post, and presented to his wife, and that they be published in the Crawford AVALANCHE and Northern Democrat.
Wm. WOODBURN,|
R. McELROY,|
W. BATTERSON,| (Apr 1890)

-Mrs. R. S. BABBITT accompanied her son, Archie, to his home at Vanderbilt, for a visit, last Wednesday. (24 Jan 1895)

-Nearly two score of ladies of the W. R. C. gave Mrs. R. S. BABBITT a genuine surprise, last Saturday, it being the 71st anniversary of her birth. Though suffering temporarily from rheumatism, Mrs. BABBITT was the youngest girl in the party, and a lively social time was enjoyed by all. The ladies left a beautiful R. C. pin and a handsome lamp as mementos of the day. (7 Dec 1899)


NEIDERER

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:
-Blaine has a new citizen in the person of Emil NEIDERER. of Switzerland, and brother of J. J. NEIDERER. He is a practical gardner. (10 Jul 1890)


John NEIDERER

The following information extracted from the Grayling, Crawford Co., MI Newspaper Avalanche. NOTE: The -BORN-On Tuesday, Jan. 10, to Mrs. John NEIDERER, a daughter. (12 Jan 1888)

-John J. NEIDERER, of Blaine, is the happy father of a bouncing boy, since the 5th inst. (17 Mar 1892)


Emil NEIDERER

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:
-Blaine has a new citizen in the person of Emil NEIDERER. of Switzerland, and brother of J. J. NEIDERER. He is a practical gardner. (10 Jul 1890)


William J. PRATT

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:
-Invitations are received here for the wedding of Miss Nellie A. HARTWICK to William J. PRATT, at the residence of the bride's father, Michael S. HARTWICK, 109 West Mason St., Jackson, Mich., February 20th. They will be "At Home" after April 15th at Prattville, Mich. The bride was a Grayling girl, and will receive the most hearty congratulations of her host of friends in this village. (13 Feb 1908)

-OBITUARY.
Michael S. HARTWICK, whose death was noticed last week, was born in Oakland County, Michigan, January, 22d 1841, and died at Jackson, April 5, 1909, having almost reached the alloted three score and ten years.
His boyhood was spent in Ingham County, near Mason, Mich., where he was married to Miss Jennie A. O'BEAR, and to them was born two sons, J. W. HARTWICK and E. E. HARTWICK, now of Jackson, Mich., and one daughter, Nellie, now Mrs. W. J. PRATT, of Addison, Mich., all of whom survive him.
His wife died in this village in 1886, but he retained his home here until 1900, when he removed to Jackson, to be near his children, then at Mason and Jackson. In 1871, Mr. HARTWICK came on an exploring trip north from Bay City, following the proposed line of the Jackson, Lansing and Saginaw R. R., now the M. C. line, which was ironed as far as Standish. After a careful consideration of the future promise of this section, he selected the present sight of Grayling for his future home, and came there with a load of lumber in advance of the civil engineers for the R. R., to make a place of shelter for them, and here, just across the present track, between the power-house and barn of the Salling, Hanson Co., with the aid of two companions, he built the first house here, from logs, the first of which lay as it fell from the stump, and which house was the first hotel, for here he cared for R. R. crews and passengers who came after the iron reached here. He had been before after his wife and two infant boys who came in a covered wagon. It was also the first store and Post Office, of which he cared for both. Since then he has built three hotels here, which have since been destroyed by fire, and built the first school house, a small one about where the R. R. roundhouse now stands.
He was chairman of the first board of supervisors of this county, and we believe had been supervisor previous to that time, while, this county was attached to Kalkaska. He has filled all of the more important offices of the township, and was ever considered among our most progressive and influental citizens, always holding close personal acquaintance with nearly every family in the county, to many of whom his generous heart and open hand had responded quickly in their times of need.
When the history of Crawford county shall be fully written, the name of Michael S. HARTWICK will be prominent in its opening chapters.
The final service was held at the M. E. Church, conducted by the Pastor Rev. V. J. HUFTON, assisted by Rev. J. Humphrey FLEMING, of the Presbyterian church, who preached the funeral sermon. A wreath of flowers covered the casket, and many of our citizens looked for the last time on the face of their friend, ere he was borne to his final resting place, by the side of his wife in Elmwood Cemetery. "He Rests in Peace." (15 Apr 1909)


Nellie A. HARTWICK

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:
-M. S. HARTWICK is down from his new home, enjoying a visit with his daughter Nellie, and his many friends. (4 Dec 1890)

-Invitations are received here for the wedding of Miss Nellie A. HARTWICK to William J. PRATT, at the residence of the bride's father, Michael S. HARTWICK, 109 West Mason St., Jackson, Mich., February 20th. They will be "At Home" after April 15th at Prattville, Mich. The bride was a Grayling girl, and will receive the most hearty congratulations of her host of friends in this village. (13 Feb 1908)

-OBITUARY.
Michael S. HARTWICK, whose death was noticed last week, was born in Oakland County, Michigan, January, 22d 1841, and died at Jackson, April 5, 1909, having almost reached the alloted three score and ten years.
His boyhood was spent in Ingham County, near Mason, Mich., where he was married to Miss Jennie A. O'BEAR, and to them was born two sons, J. W. HARTWICK and E. E. HARTWICK, now of Jackson, Mich., and one daughter, Nellie, now Mrs. W. J. PRATT, of Addison, Mich., all of whom survive him.
His wife died in this village in 1886, but he retained his home here until 1900, when he removed to Jackson, to be near his children, then at Mason and Jackson. In 1871, Mr. HARTWICK came on an exploring trip north from Bay City, following the proposed line of the Jackson, Lansing and Saginaw R. R., now the M. C. line, which was ironed as far as Standish. After a careful consideration of the future promise of this section, he selected the present sight of Grayling for his future home, and came there with a load of lumber in advance of the civil engineers for the R. R., to make a place of shelter for them, and here, just across the present track, between the power-house and barn of the Salling, Hanson Co., with the aid of two companions, he built the first house here, from logs, the first of which lay as it fell from the stump, and which house was the first hotel, for here he cared for R. R. crews and passengers who came after the iron reached here. He had been before after his wife and two infant boys who came in a covered wagon. It was also the first store and Post Office, of which he cared for both. Since then he has built three hotels here, which have since been destroyed by fire, and built the first school house, a small one about where the R. R. roundhouse now stands.
He was chairman of the first board of supervisors of this county, and we believe had been supervisor previous to that time, while, this county was attached to Kalkaska. He has filled all of the more important offices of the township, and was ever considered among our most progressive and influental citizens, always holding close personal acquaintance with nearly every family in the county, to many of whom his generous heart and open hand had responded quickly in their times of need.
When the history of Crawford county shall be fully written, the name of Michael S. HARTWICK will be prominent in its opening chapters.
The final service was held at the M. E. Church, conducted by the Pastor Rev. V. J. HUFTON, assisted by Rev. J. Humphrey FLEMING< of the Presbyterian church, who preached the funeral sermon. A wreath of flowers covered the casket, and many of our citizens looked for the last time on the face of their friend, ere he was borne to his final resting place, by the side of his wife in Elmwood Cemetery. "He Rests in Peace." (15 Apr 1909)


John O. HADLEY

The following information extracted from the 1880 Census of Grayling, Crawford, MI:
name - John O. HADLEY
a.36
b.MI
occupation - Lawyer
married to Eamma A. HADLEY
f.b.England
m.b.NY

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:
-COUNTY OFFICIALS
Sheriff - David LONDON
Clerk & Resigter - William R. STECKERT
Treasurer - Rasmus HANSON
Prosecuting Attorney - J. O. HADLEY
Judge of Probate - Dan WALDRON
Circuit Court Com'r - Co. W. WIGHT
Surveyor - Frederick LARKER
Coroners - Samuel REVEL, William H. SHERMAN. (14 May 1879)

-Last Friday we witnessed some extraordinary glass ball shooting by Clare, the young son of J. O. HADLEY, who, if improves in that line until he is twenty-one, as fast as he has for the last two years, he will make Bogardos and Carver look to their laurels. (14 May 1879)

-Pros. Attorney HADLEY is having his store bulding painted. Mr. E. J. RIPPLEY is the Michael Angelo, and performs wonders with the brush. We understand that Mr. HADLEY's dwelling house and the post office building are soon to have a new coat of paint. (28 May 1879)

-J. O. HADLEY,
Attorney at Law, and Solicitor in
Chancery.
Post Office Building,
Grayling, Michigan (14 May 1879)

-Mr. F. L. HADLEY, of Holly, arrived in the city yesterday, and is the guest of his brother, Mr. J. O. HADLEY. (8 Mar 1883)

- DIED
At his home, in this village, March 12, John O. HADLEY, aged 46 years.
Mr. HADLEY was one of the first settlers in this village; was recognized as among our most public spirited citizens, ever ready to do all in his power to advance the general good and assist in the growth of the place. He was especially interested in the advancement of educational facilities, and we owe much to his labor for our present efficient school and its surroundings.
He was for some time in mercantile business, and for a time Post Master here, but turned his attention to the practice of law and ral estate dealing. He was Prosecuting Attorney several terms, rendering efficient and satisfactory service.
He platted three additions to the village, which bear his name, and will perpetuate his memory.
His body was taken to Holly for interment in the family burial ground and was accompanied by O. J. BELL and Thomas WOODFIELD. At Bay City they were met by a special train and Bay City Commandery of Knights Templar, who had charge of the funeral service at the Presbyterian Church in Holly, after which the casket was deposited in the vault there, the terrible storm making it impossible to go to its final resting place.
Mrs. HADLEY and daughter were accompanied by G. F. OWEN, of Maple Forest, a relative and a life long friend and neighbor.
Our people mourn the loss of an esteemed citizen, and all extend earnest sympathy to the doubly bereaved wife and mother. (19 Mar 1891)

-MRS. EMMA MARSH HADLEY.
Died, at her home in this village, January 27, Emma Marsh HADLEY, aged 62 years.
The deceased was born in the township of Holly, Oakland County Mich., April 5, 1846 where she lived until after her marriage to John O. HADLEY in Fenton, in 1865. Mr. HADLEY died at their home in this village March 12, 1891, and was buried near his boyhood home.
They came to Grayling with their family about 1877, and resided here until the time of her death except from 1898 to 1902 when she was living at Holly.
No lady in the county has had a more extended acquaintance with our people, and none has been more universally esteemed. Her home has been her kingdom, where love has reigned, and confidence been supreme. A modest, unassuming, womanly woman, whose sympathy was ever ready for those less forturnate than she, and whose time and work was always ready for those in need. Her capability in business matters has been well proven since the death of her husband, as with her daughter, she has supervised all matters connected with her estate.
She was a member of the order of Eastern Star, and of the Lady Maccabees, by whom she will be greatly missed in their lodge work as well as in their social life.
The body was taken to Holly for interment by the side of her husband and only son, in the cemetery established by the grandfather of her husband, and which has always been known as the HADLEY Cemetery. It was accompanied by her daughter, and by Fred NARREN, a life long friend, and Miss Mable REDHEAD.
Her daughter, Miss Gladys HADLEY of this village, and three sisters Mesdames David MITCHELL, Frank DOWNEY and Hanly AUSTIN, all of Holly, alone remain of her immediate family.
Brief funeral services were held at the residence here Thursday evening, Rev. E. G. JOHNSON officiating, and at the home of her sister Mrs. AUSTIN, near Holly, Friday afternoon. (4 Feb 1909)


Emma A. MARSH

The following information extracted from the 1880 Census of Grayling, Crawford, MI:
name - Eamma A. HADLEY
a.29
b.MI
married to John O. HADLEY
f.b.NY
m.b.NY

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 "Avalanche" has one item of news this week, which will be greeted with pleasure. Mrs. J. O. HADLEY and her daughter Gladys have decided to return to Grayling to live, and Miss HADLEY will at once organize a class in music. A teacher in music has been needed here for some time, as we have had to depend largely on non-residents, who could not care for all who desired them. The exceptional advantages which have been the fortune of Miss HADLEY, added to her love of the study, has won for her high encomiums from her teachers and the public, and we can but expect success for her as well as her pupils. (25 Sep 1902)

-RESOLUTION OF CONDOLANCE.
At a regular meeting of the Grayling Rebekah Lodge No. 352, a committee was appinted to draft resolutions of condolance upon the death of the mother of our sister Gladys HADLEY.
Resolved, That as it has pleased the Almighty to take away Mrs. HADLEY, mother of our sister Gladys HADLEY, we sincerely condole with sister HADLEY and wish to express our deepest sympathy in her hour of sorrow and commend her to Him who in His loving kindness hath thus bereft her. Be it further
Resolved that a copy of these resolution and heartfelt testimony of the sympathy of this lodge be sent to our mourning sister, that it be spread in the minutes, and that it be published in the CRAWFORD COUNTY AVALANCHE.
MARIE JENSEN
EDITH ABBOTT
CARRIE JOHNSON
Committee. (4 Feb 1909)

-RESOLUTION OF CONDOLANCE.
Whereas, The Angel of death has again entered our midst and taken from us two of our friends and sisters, Alta FAIRBOTHAM and Emma HADLEY, and released them from the trials of earth to the sweet realms above, their life work is done.
In view of the loss we have sustained by the death of our sisters, and of the still heavier loss sustained by those nearest and dearest to them, be it
Resolved, that as a just tribute to the memory of the departed sisters in regretting their removal from our midst, we, members of Crawford Hive No. 690 deeply mourn for two who were in every way worthy of our respect and regard, and that we sincerely condole with the families of the deceased and commend them to him who does all things for the best.
Resolved, That our Charter be draped for a period of thirty days and that a copy of these resolutions be spread on the minutes at the first regular meeting, and that we cause them to be published in our local paper.
ANNA ISENHAUER
PHENIA FORMAN
AMANDA TYLERR
Committee. (4 Feb 1909)

-MRS. EMMA MARSH HADLEY.
Died, at her home in this village, January 27, Emma Marsh HADLEY, aged 62 years.
The deceased was born in the township of Holly, Oakland County Mich., April 5, 1846 where she lived until after her marriage to John O. HADLEY in Fenton, in 1865. Mr. HADLEY died at their home in this village March 12, 1891, and was buried near his boyhood home.
They came to Grayling with their family about 1877, and resided here until the time of her death except from 1898 to 1902 when she was living at Holly.
No lady in the county has had a more extended acquaintance with our people, and none has been more universally esteemed. Her home has been her kingdom, where love has reigned, and confidence been supreme. A modest, unassuming, womanly woman, whose sympathy was ever ready for those less forturnate than she, and whose time and work was always ready for those in need. Her capability in business matters has been well proven since the death of her husband, as with her daughter, she has supervised all matters connected with her estate.
She was a member of the order of Eastern Star, and of the Lady Maccabees, by whom she will be greatly missed in their lodge work as well as in their social life.
The body was taken to Holly for interment by the side of her husband and only son, in the cemetery established by the grandfather of her husband, and which has always been known as the HADLEY Cemetery. It was accompanied by her daughter, and by Fred NARREN, a life long friend, and Miss Mable REDHEAD.
Her daughter, Miss Gladys HADLEY of this village, and three sisters Mesdames David MITCHELL, Frank DOWNEY and Hanly AUSTIN, all of Holly, alone remain of her immediate family.
Brief funeral services were held at the residence here Thursday evening, Rev. E. G. JOHNSON officiating, and at the home of her sister Mrs. AUSTIN, near Holly, Friday afternoon. (4 Feb 1909)


Lila Gladys E. HADLEY

The following information extracted from the 1880 Census of Grayling, Crawford, MI:
name - Lila Gladys E. HADLEY
a.10m
b.MI
f.b.MI m.b.MI

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. J. O. HADLEY and her daughter, Miss Gladys, returned from their visit with friends in southern Michigan, last week. (31 Mar 1898)

-In the matter of the estate of Gladys E. HADLEY, a minor, the special guardin, Handy H. AUSTIN (deceased) was discharged with his bond and Mrs. Emma HADLEY appointed in his stead. (17 Aug 1899)

-RESOLUTION OF CONDOLANCE.
At a regular meeting of the Grayling Rebekah Lodge No. 352, a committee was appinted to draft resolutions of condolance upon the death of the mother of our sister Gladys HADLEY.
Resolved, That as it has pleased the Almighty to take away Mrs. HADLEY, mother of our sister Gladys HADLEY, we sincerely condole with sister HADLEY and wish to express our deepest sympathy in her hour of sorrow and commend her to Him who in His loving kindness hath thus bereft her. Be it further
Resolved that a copy of these resolution and heartfelt testimony of the sympathy of this lodge be sent to our mourning sister, that it be spread in the minutes, and that it be published in the CRAWFORD COUNTY AVALANCHE.
MARIE JENSEN
EDITH ABBOTT
CARRIE JOHNSON
Committee. (4 Feb 1909)


Joseph HADLEY

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. F. L. HADLEY, of Holly, arrived in the city yesterday, and is the guest of his brother, Mr. J. O. HADLEY. (8 Mar 1883)

-Mr. and Mrs. Joseph HADLEY, of Holly, Oakland County, are making their annual visit to their sons, Messrs. J. O. and F. L. HADLEY. (12 Aug 1886)

-FRANCIS L. HADLEY.
We give the following sketch of the life of our former citizen, taken from the Holly Herald, which will be of interest to many of our citizens.
Francis L. HADLEY, who died at an early hour on Thursday morning of last week at his home near Stony Run in the northeast corner of Holly township, was born in this township on July 1, 1847. He was the third child in the family of Joseph and Emily HADLEY and spent practically his whole life in this township.
On Nov. 55, 1868, Mr. HADLEY was united in marriage to Louzette SMITH at Atlas, Genessee county. One child was born to them, now Mrs. Alberta GOULD, of Holly village. From 1882 to 1890 Mr. and Mrs. HADLEY resided at Grayling, returning to their farm in the latter named year. Mrs. HADLEY died on Jan. 16, 1893.
On August 28, 1895, Mr. HADLEY was united in marriage to Mrs. Nettie L. VANDERPOOL LYON at Pontiac. They had no children. Besides his wife and daughter, the deceased leaves one brother, Edw. HADLEY, of Holly village, and one sister, Mrs. Alex CAMPBELL, of Groveland; also one grand daughter. His mother died on June 22, 1890, and his father on June 2, 1896.
Mr. HADLEY was one of the best known farmers in this part of the state. In politics he was a staunch republican and had held numerous township offices of trust and honor undre his party. He was a good neighbor, an obliging friend and leaves a large number of acquaintances to mourn his death.
The funeral was held Sunday afternoon from the Holly Presbyterian church. Rev. D. S. CARMICHAL officiated and burial was made in Lakeside. the funeral was under the auspices of the Masons and Holly Lodge attended in a body and escorted the remains to their last resting place. (11 Jan 1906)


Mrs. Joseph HADLEY

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:
-FRANCIS L. HADLEY.
We give the following sketch of the life of our former citizen, taken from the Holly Herald, which will be of interest to many of our citizens.
Francis L. HADLEY, who died at an early hour on Thursday morning of last week at his home near Stony Run in the northeast corner of Holly township, was born in this township on July 1, 1847. He was the third child in the family of Joseph and Emily HADLEY and spent practically his whole life in this township.
On Nov. 55, 1868, Mr. HADLEY was united in marriage to Louzette SMITH at Atlas, Genessee county. One child was born to them, now Mrs. Alberta GOULD, of Holly village. From 1882 to 1890 Mr. and Mrs. HADLEY resided at Grayling, returning to their farm in the latter named year. Mrs. HADLEY died on Jan. 16, 1893.
On August 28, 1895, Mr. HADLEY was united in marriage to Mrs. Nettie L. VANDERPOOL LYON at Pontiac. They had no children. Besides his wife and daughter, the deceased leaves one brother, Edw. HADLEY, of Holly village, and one sister, Mrs. Alex CAMPBELL, of Groveland; also one grand daughter. His mother died on June 22, 1890, and his father on June 2, 1896.
Mr. HADLEY was one of the best known farmers in this part of the state. In politics he was a staunch republican and had held numerous township offices of trust and honor undre his party. He was a good neighbor, an obliging friend and leaves a large number of acquaintances to mourn his death.
The funeral was held Sunday afternoon from the Holly Presbyterian church. Rev. D. S. CARMICHAL officiated and burial was made in Lakeside. the funeral was under the auspices of the Masons and Holly Lodge attended in a body and escorted the remains to their last resting place. (11 Jan 1906)


Edw. HADLEY

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:
-FRANCIS L. HADLEY.
We give the following sketch of the life of our former citizen, taken from the Holly Herald, which will be of interest to many of our citizens.
Francis L. HADLEY, who died at an early hour on Thursday morning of last week at his home near Stony Run in the northeast corner of Holly township, was born in this township on July 1, 1847. He was the third child in the family of Joseph and Emily HADLEY and spent practically his whole life in this township.
On Nov. 55, 1868, Mr. HADLEY was united in marriage to Louzette SMITH at Atlas, Genessee county. One child was born to them, now Mrs. Alberta GOULD, of Holly village. From 1882 to 1890 Mr. and Mrs. HADLEY resided at Grayling, returning to their farm in the latter named year. Mrs. HADLEY died on Jan. 16, 1893.
On August 28, 1895, Mr. HADLEY was united in marriage to Mrs. Nettie L. VANDERPOOL LYON at Pontiac. They had no children. Besides his wife and daughter, the deceased leaves one brother, Edw. HADLEY, of Holly village, and one sister, Mrs. Alex CAMPBELL, of Groveland; also one grand daughter. His mother died on June 22, 1890, and his father on June 2, 1896.
Mr. HADLEY was one of the best known farmers in this part of the state. In politics he was a staunch republican and had held numerous township offices of trust and honor undre his party. He was a good neighbor, an obliging friend and leaves a large number of acquaintances to mourn his death.
The funeral was held Sunday afternoon from the Holly Presbyterian church. Rev. D. S. CARMICHAL officiated and burial was made in Lakeside. the funeral was under the auspices of the Masons and Holly Lodge attended in a body and escorted the remains to their last resting place. (11 Jan 1906)


Edward "Eddie" E. HARTWICK Major

The following information extracted from the 1900 Census of Grayling, Crawford, MI:
name - Edward E. HARTWICK
a.28
b.Sep 1871 in MI
occupation - Lumberman
married to Karen B. MICHELSON 1 year
f.b.NY
m.b.NY

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:
-Master Eddie HARTWICK, a youth of ten years, son of M. S. HARTWICK, a youth of ten years, son of M. S. HARTWICK, of this city, is a very promising young artist. The natural likenesses he produces with a common lead pencil from engravings and from life give promise that at no distant day, with proper instructions, he will make "his mark" high up. (16 Feb 1882)

-Edward HARTWICK is the winner in the Tenth district competition for a West Point appointment. He hails from Grayling. He knocked out 20 other contestants. His alternate is Will MANWARREN, also of Grayling. - Detroit Journal. (6 Sep 1888)

-Master Eddie HARTWICK left for West Point, last Monday morning. We trust he will pass his examination successfully, of which we have not a doubt, as no more deserving applicant for admission has ever crossed the portals of that institution. (6 Jun 1889)

-M. S. HARTWICK expects his son, Eddie, from West Point, about the 15th of next month. He will receive a warm welcome from his many friends here. (28 May 1891)

-Edwd. HARTWICK, was welcomed home from West Point, Tuesday morning, for the Summer vacation. The Physical training of the Academy is manifest in his bearing, and all reports prove him on the road to success in every way. (18 Jun 1891)

-Cadet E. HARTWICK starts for West Point, next week, by way of Texas. (30 Jul 1891)

-Lieut. E. HARTWICK will be welcomed home to-day, for a visit. (19 Apr 1894)

-A letter was received by M. S. HARTWICK, Sunday morning from his son, Lieut. E. HARTWICK, written while enroute with his troop from Fort Robinson, Neb., to help quell the outbreak at Jackson's Hole. Farther news from him will be anxiously awaited. (1 Aug 1895)

-Lieut. E. E. HARTWICK, of Fort Robinson, Neb., returned to Grayling, Tuesday evening, for a visit with his many friends. (5 Dec 1895)

-J. W. HARTWICK received a letter from his brother, Lieut. E. E. HARTWICK, stating that he would not be home until next December, as he had been detailed to survey a large tract of country in the Northwest, and it would take him until that time to complete it. (23 Jul 1896)

-Lieut. E. E . HARWICK, of the Third U. S. Cavalry, stationed at Fort Robinson, Nebraska, arrived home last Saturday, on a visit to his relatives and many friends. (31 Dec 1896)

-Lieut. E. E. HARTWICK, 3d. U. S. Cavalry, stationed at Fort Robinson, Nebraska, returned home last week on a leave of absence, for a visit with his many friends. (15 Jul 1897)

-Lieut. Ed. HARTWICK and his wife arrived from the West, yesterday morning, for a visit with old friends. They will always be welcome home. (6 Apr 1899)

-Lieut. HARTWICK left for the West, Tuesday. His regiment is under marching orders, but their destination as yet unknown. Mrs. HARTWICK will remain here for a little time, which will be pleasant news for her friends. (13 Apr 1899)

-We are glad to see a bar added to the shoulder straps of Lieut. HARTWICK, since his last visit. Promotion of young men in the regular service means more than a political pull or favoritism. (6 Jul 1899)

-N. MICHELSON returned from Minnesota, yesterday from Minnesota, yesterday morning. On the 7th he with his family (except his two oldest sons) and Lieut. and Mrs. E. E. HARTWICK, will leave for New York to take the steamer for a trip to the old country. We trust they will have a pleasant voyage and visit. (6 Jul 1899)

-Lieut. E. HARTWICK has taken a place in the Crawford Co. Exchange Bank. (21 Dec 1899)

-Mr. and Mrs. E. HARWICK have gone to their new home in Mason. They will be greatly missed by their friends here, but Mason will gain a genial addition to their social circle, as well as a stirring business man. (10 May 1900)

-E. E. HRTWICK of Mason, "Our Ed," has been elected captain of Co. B., 1st independent batalion M.N.G. A Grayling boy, which is enough to ever insure success, and added to that his graduation at West Point, his service in the Cuban war, as 1st Lieut. in the 9th U. S. Cavalry, is a guarantee that Co. B will take a front rank in the National Guard. (28 Feb 1901)

-Our citizens will be glad to know of more honor being thrust on a former Grayling boy. the members of Co. B, M. N. G., of Mason, and the leading men of that city, are putting forward the name of Capt. E. E. HARTWICK, now of Jackson, for the position of Assistant Inspector General. His honorable graduation at West Point, his ten years service in the regular army, taking part in the Cuban war with his troop the 9th Cavalry, where he won honorable distinction and was specially mentioned by Roosevelt for his gallantery in action, all give him a leverage that should be felt. The AVALANCHE votes for him with both hands, as would all our people. (22 Dec 1904)

-OBITUARY.
Michael S. HARTWICK, whose death was noticed last week, was born in Oakland County, Michigan, January, 22d 1841, and died at Jackson, April 5, 1909, having almost reached the alloted three score and ten years.
His boyhood was spent in Ingham County, near Mason, Mich., where he was married to Miss Jennie A. O'BEAR, and to them was born two sons, J. W. HARTWICK and E. E. HARTWICK, now of Jackson, Mich., and one daughter, Nellie, now Mrs. W. J. PRATT, of Addison, Mich., all of whom survive him.
His wife died in this village in 1886, but he retained his home here until 1900, when he removed to Jackson, to be near his children, then at Mason and Jackson. In 1871, Mr. HARTWICK came on an exploring trip north from Bay City, following the proposed line of the Jackson, Lansing and Saginaw R. R., now the M. C. line, which was ironed as far as Standish. After a careful consideration of the future promise of this section, he selected the present sight of Grayling for his future home, and came there with a load of lumber in advance of the civil engineers for the R. R., to make a place of shelter for them, and here, just across the present track, between the power-house and barn of the Salling, Hanson Co., with the aid of two companions, he built the first house here, from logs, the first of which lay as it fell from the stump, and which house was the first hotel, for here he cared for R. R. crews and passengers who came after the iron reached here. He had been before after his wife and two infant boys who came in a covered wagon. It was also the first store and Post Office, of which he cared for both. Since then he has built three hotels here, which have since been destroyed by fire, and built the first school house, a small one about where the R. R. roundhouse now stands.
He was chairman of the first board of supervisors of this county, and we believe had been supervisor previous to that time, while, this county was attached to Kalkaska. He has filled all of the more important offices of the township, and was ever considered among our most progressive and influental citizens, always holding close personal acquaintance with nearly every family in the county, to many of whom his generous heart and open hand had responded quickly in their times of need.
When the history of Crawford county shall be fully written, the name of Michael S. HARTWICK will be prominent in its opening chapters.
The final service was held at the M. E. Church, conducted by the Pastor Rev. V. J. HUFTON, assisted by Rev. J. Humphrey FLEMING, of the Presbyterian church, who preached the funeral sermon. A wreath of flowers covered the casket, and many of our citizens looked for the last time on the face of their friend, ere he was borne to his final resting place, by the side of his wife in Elmwood Cemetery. "He Rests in Peace." (15 Apr 1909)


Karen Bessie MICKELSON

The following information extracted from the 1880 Census of Manistee, Manistee, MI:
name - Carrie B. MICHAELSON
a.8
b.MI
f.b.Denmark
m.b.Denmark

The following information extracted from the 1900 Census of Grayling, Crawford, MI:
name - Karen B. HARTWICK
a.28
b.May 1872 in MI
married to Edward E. HARTWICK 1 year, no children
f.b.Denmark
m.b.Denmark
NOTE: Karen & her husband Edward were enumerated in her father's household.

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:
-Frank MICKELSON started south last Friday night. He will visit a few days with his cousin Miss Mary JORGERENSON, at Hillsdale Colleg and the bailance of his time with his sister Bessie, at Oberlin College, returning in time for his classes next week. (31 Mar 1892)

-Mrs. Bessie HARTWICK was here for a visit, last week, and has now gone to Bay View with her brothers, Olaf and Fred MICHELSON, and Miss Mary JORGENSON. (25 Jul 1901)


Thomas WAKELEY Sheriff

The following information extracted from the 1880 Census of Grove, Crawford, MI: name - Thomas WAKELY
a.41
b.abt 1866 in NY
occupation - Farmer
married to Sarepta
f.b.England
m.b.NY

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:
-Thos. WAKELEY, supervisor of Grove township, killed twelve deer during the season. (8 Dec 1887)

-Thos. WAKELEY, supervisor of Grove township, was in town last Monday and Tuesday, looking after county matters. (17 Jan 1889)

-Thos. WAKELEY, of Grove township, has secured the agency for the sale of Sherwood's Steel Harness, in this county. The harness is made for both light and heavy work, and is just the thing for logging purposes, as it does away with single and whiffle-trees. It is furnished complete for use in every part, except collars, for the low price of $15.00. For further particulars call on or address Thos. WAKELEY, Appenzell P. O., Crawford Co., Mich. (3 Oct 1889)

-Thomas WAKELEY, with one arm, swept way the democratic majority of this county and was elected by a majority of 113, notwithstanding the "MOB." (6 Nov 1890)

-Sheriff WAKELY is moving in, and Ex-Sheriff McCULLONG is moving out. Mr. McCULLOUGH goes in to the house on Park street. (8 Jan 1891)

-Sheriff WAKELY started for Pennsylvania, Tuesday morning, being called suddenly by the severe illness of his oldest brother. (26 Nov 1891)

-Thomas WAKELEY, of Grayling, Sheriff of Crawford Co., was the guest of Luke BOSOM last week. - West Branch Herald. (11 Aug 1892)

-Rock-a-bye is the tune Seely WAKELEY hums while going through the usual routine of his day's work. It's a girl, and is granddaughter to Sheriff WAKELEY and wife. (17 Nov 1892)

-Sheriff Thos. WAKELY, of Grayling, was in town in his official capacity yesterday, bringing up the prisoner GORDON, arrested for stealing a watch. - Lewiston Courier. - (23 Mar 1893)

-Mrs. Thomas WAKELEY started to return home from West Virginia, where she had been visiting her daughter, Mrs. F. G. ROSE, on receipt of the news of the sad accident, last week, and was taken with heart failure, and had to return. Mr. WAKELEY left on Saturday morning to accompany her home. (11 Feb 1897)

-Thos. WAKELEY returned from his trip to West Va., yesterday, but failed to give us any information as to Mrs. WAKELEYs' death. (25 Feb 1897)

-Ex-Sheriff Thos. WAKELEY was a welcome caller at our sanctum a few days since. he is busy with cedar this winter, and does not get to town very often. (22 Feb 1900)

-Ex-Supervisor WAKELEY came into town, Monday, with six big wildcat heads. He is a mighty hunter, and gets there just the same as though he had two arms. (15 mar 1900)

-Last week Friday evening, twenty of our young people gave a surprise party to uncle Tom WAKELEY and his daughter, Mrs. Fred ROSE. At 12 o'clock a bountiful lunch was served, and then there was dancing and singing until 2.30 a.m. All went home declaring they had a most enjoyable time. (Com.) (20 Jun 1901)

-Sheriff WAKELY started for Pennsylvania, Tuesday morning, being called suddenly by the severe illness of his oldest brother. (26 Nov 1891)

-MARRIED.-At the residence of Thos. WAKELEY, Saturday, February 13th, Otto JOHNSON, of Grayling, and Almeda PIERCE, of Grove, Justice McELROY officiating. (18 Feb 1892)

-Sherif WAKELY caught a rainbow trout last Friday that weighted 5 1/2 pounds. (16 Aug 1894)

-Thomas WAKELEY, Supervisor of Grove township, was in town last Thursday. (5 Sep 1895)

-Ex-Supervisor WAKELEY came into town, Monday, with six big wildcat heads. He is a mighty hunter, and gets there just the same as though he had two arms. (15 Mar 1900)

-Word is received from the University that Thomas WAKELY was operated on April 1 and is doing finely, so that he expects to be home this week. (13 Apr 1905)

-Ex-Sheriff Thos. WAKELEY returned from Ann Arbor yesterday, where he had been under treatment at the University hospital. He is looking fine and feeling well. (20 Apr 1905)

-T. WAKELEY was in the village Monday, the first time for many months. He is looking much better than for the last year. He took the Tuesday train for West Branch to attend the Soldier's Reunion. (15 Sep 1910)


Syble? Sarepta? STEPHENS

The following information extracted from the 1880 Census of Grove, Crawford, MI: name - Sarepta WAKELY
a.37
b.abt 1843 in MI
married to Thomas WAKELY
f.b.CT
m.b.NY

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. WAKELY received a Christmas present, consisting of a Silver Tea Set, over which she is considerably elated. (7 Jan 1892)

-Last Friday evening in the absence of the sheriff, and under sheriff, Mrs. WAKELEY carried supper to Harry COOK, awaiting trial for robbery, and two Jews held for examination on the charge of larceny, of a horse and carriage. The food was given them through the bars of the cage which was supposed to be securely locked. Mrs. WAKELEY went into the residence part of the building for some oil, leaving the outer jail door open, when the prisoners slipped the bar of the cage and ran, and have not been captured, except COOK who was found a few miles east of town in the woods, Tuesday. (16 Aug 1894)

-Mrs. Thomas WAKELEY, of Grove, is entertaining a sister from Monroe county who came up last week, on account of sickness in the family here. (6 Feb 1896)

-Mrs. Thomas WAKELEY will spend the winter in West Virginia, with her daughter, Mrs. F. ROSE. (29 Oct 1896)

-Mrs. Thomas WAKELEY started to return home from West Virginia, where she had been visiting her daughter, Mrs. F. G. ROSE, on receipt of the news of the sad accident, last week, and was taken with heart failure, and had to return. Mr. WAKELEY left on Saturday morning to accompany her home. (11 Feb 1897)

-A telegram was received by Sheriff CHALKER yesterday, saying that Mrs. Thos. WAKELEY had died, and that her remains were on the way to Monroe county for burial. (18 Feb 1897)

-Thos. WAKELEY returned from his trip to West Va., yesterday, but failed to give us any information as to Mrs. WAKELEYs' death. (25 Feb 1897)


Barney J. WAKELEY

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:
-B. J. WAKELEY and E. ALGER returned Monday from a 10-day trip down the river. They report a nice catch and heaps of fun. (13 Sep 1883)

-Mr. B. J. WAKELEY, engineer at PALMER's planin mill and constable-elect, has stepped down and out, and is, we hear, intending to "go west" in a short time. Mr. "Mack" TAYLOR takes his place in the mill. (12 Apr 1883)

-B. J. WAKELEY, a brother of Thos. WAKELEY, and a former resident here, died at his home in Pa. last week. No particulars have yet been received, and his brother did not know of his illness. "Barney" as we all called him here, was a born gentleman, and highly respected by all who knew him here, twenty years ago. He has been successful in his eastern home, as he deserved to be for his honest worth. (6 Dec 1906)


Mrs. Miranda Stevens

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 - On yesterday, September 14, at the residence of Thos. WAKELEY, Mrs. Miranda STEVENS, mother of Mrs. WAKELEY, aged 82 years and 4 days. Her death was unexpected, as she came in from the farm on Monday and seemed to be in her usual health, except having a slight cold. (15 Sep 1892)


John ANDERSON

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 - On the 28th inst., by Justice Wm. WOODBURN, Mr. John ANDERSON and Miss Mary HOESLI. All of Grayling. (4 May 1894)

-BORN, to Mr. and Mrs. John ANDERSON of Blaine, September 9th a daughter. (12 Sep 1895)


Mary HOESLI

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 - On the 28th inst., by Justice Wm. WOODBURN, Mr. John ANDERSON and Miss Mary HOESLI. All of Grayling. (4 May 1894)


ANDERSON

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. John ANDERSON of Blaine, September 9th a daughter. (12 Sep 1895)


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