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

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Andrew A. WILCOX

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:
-A LITTLE SCRATCH KILLS A. A. WILCOX.
From a mere scratch on the back of his right hand, Andrew A. WILCOX a resident of Carson City, Nevada, developed blood poisoning, which resulted in his death Thursday, February 21, 1907.
The remains were shipped to Carson by Fetters S. DURRETT, where interment will take place. The deceased was 76 years of age, he was a native of Vermont. At the time of the civil war he was in Michigan, he enlisted in the army, but was mustered out because of ill nealth and never went to the front, where his heart was. His three brothers were stronger and all fought through the entire war, except Luman C. who died in Alexanderia in 1863.
Less than a year ago, the wife of the deceased passed away, and since that time he has wanted to die. He has mourned constantly over the loss of his life companion, and has rapidly grown feeble under the grief.
Two sons Luman and Francis who are now in Merced county, California, a daughter, Mrs. RIEHL of Carson, three brothers, John F. WILCOX, now in Grayling, Michigan, George and Z. T. WILCOX of Carson City, and a sister, Mrs. WINCHESTER, who lives in Vermont, are left to mourn his death. (14 Mar 1907)


Mrs. Andrew A. WILCOX

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:
-A LITTLE SCRATCH KILLS A. A. WILCOX.
From a mere scratch on the back of his right hand, Andrew A. WILCOX a resident of Carson City, Nevada, developed blood poisoning, which resulted in his death Thursday, February 21, 1907.
The remains were shipped to Carson by Fetters S. DURRETT, where interment will take place. The deceased was 76 years of age, he was a native of Vermont. At the time of the civil war he was in Michigan, he enlisted in the army, but was mustered out because of ill nealth and never went to the front, where his heart was. His three brothers were stronger and all fought through the entire war, except Luman C. who died in Alexanderia in 1863.
Less than a year ago, the wife of the deceased passed away, and since that time he has wanted to die. He has mourned constantly over the loss of his life companion, and has rapidly grown feeble under the grief.
Two sons Luman and Francis who are now in Merced county, California, a daughter, Mrs. RIEHL of Carson, three brothers, John F. WILCOX, now in Grayling, Michigan, George and Z. T. WILCOX of Carson City, and a sister, Mrs. WINCHESTER, who lives in Vermont, are left to mourn his death. (14 Mar 1907)


Luman WILCOX

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:
-A LITTLE SCRATCH KILLS A. A. WILCOX.
From a mere scratch on the back of his right hand, Andrew A. WILCOX a resident of Carson City, Nevada, developed blood poisoning, which resulted in his death Thursday, February 21, 1907.
The remains were shipped to Carson by Fetters S. DURRETT, where interment will take place. The deceased was 76 years of age, he was a native of Vermont. At the time of the civil war he was in Michigan, he enlisted in the army, but was mustered out because of ill nealth and never went to the front, where his heart was. His three brothers were stronger and all fought through the entire war, except Luman C. who died in Alexanderia in 1863.
Less than a year ago, the wife of the deceased passed away, and since that time he has wanted to die. He has mourned constantly over the loss of his life companion, and has rapidly grown feeble under the grief.
Two sons Luman and Francis who are now in Merced county, California, a daughter, Mrs. RIEHL of Carson, three brothers, John F. WILCOX, now in Grayling, Michigan, George and Z. T. WILCOX of Carson City, and a sister, Mrs. WINCHESTER, who lives in Vermont, are left to mourn his death. (14 Mar 1907)


Francis WILCOX

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:
-A LITTLE SCRATCH KILLS A. A. WILCOX.
From a mere scratch on the back of his right hand, Andrew A. WILCOX a resident of Carson City, Nevada, developed blood poisoning, which resulted in his death Thursday, February 21, 1907.
The remains were shipped to Carson by Fetters S. DURRETT, where interment will take place. The deceased was 76 years of age, he was a native of Vermont. At the time of the civil war he was in Michigan, he enlisted in the army, but was mustered out because of ill nealth and never went to the front, where his heart was. His three brothers were stronger and all fought through the entire war, except Luman C. who died in Alexanderia in 1863.
Less than a year ago, the wife of the deceased passed away, and since that time he has wanted to die. He has mourned constantly over the loss of his life companion, and has rapidly grown feeble under the grief.
Two sons Luman and Francis who are now in Merced county, California, a daughter, Mrs. RIEHL of Carson, three brothers, John F. WILCOX, now in Grayling, Michigan, George and Z. T. WILCOX of Carson City, and a sister, Mrs. WINCHESTER, who lives in Vermont, are left to mourn his death. (14 Mar 1907)


RIEHL

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:
-A LITTLE SCRATCH KILLS A. A. WILCOX.
From a mere scratch on the back of his right hand, Andrew A. WILCOX a resident of Carson City, Nevada, developed blood poisoning, which resulted in his death Thursday, February 21, 1907.
The remains were shipped to Carson by Fetters S. DURRETT, where interment will take place. The deceased was 76 years of age, he was a native of Vermont. At the time of the civil war he was in Michigan, he enlisted in the army, but was mustered out because of ill nealth and never went to the front, where his heart was. His three brothers were stronger and all fought through the entire war, except Luman C. who died in Alexanderia in 1863.
Less than a year ago, the wife of the deceased passed away, and since that time he has wanted to die. He has mourned constantly over the loss of his life companion, and has rapidly grown feeble under the grief.
Two sons Luman and Francis who are now in Merced county, California, a daughter, Mrs. RIEHL of Carson, three brothers, John F. WILCOX, now in Grayling, Michigan, George and Z. T. WILCOX of Carson City, and a sister, Mrs. WINCHESTER, who lives in Vermont, are left to mourn his death. (14 Mar 1907)


Mrs. RIEHL WILCOX

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:
-A LITTLE SCRATCH KILLS A. A. WILCOX.
From a mere scratch on the back of his right hand, Andrew A. WILCOX a resident of Carson City, Nevada, developed blood poisoning, which resulted in his death Thursday, February 21, 1907.
The remains were shipped to Carson by Fetters S. DURRETT, where interment will take place. The deceased was 76 years of age, he was a native of Vermont. At the time of the civil war he was in Michigan, he enlisted in the army, but was mustered out because of ill nealth and never went to the front, where his heart was. His three brothers were stronger and all fought through the entire war, except Luman C. who died in Alexanderia in 1863.
Less than a year ago, the wife of the deceased passed away, and since that time he has wanted to die. He has mourned constantly over the loss of his life companion, and has rapidly grown feeble under the grief.
Two sons Luman and Francis who are now in Merced county, California, a daughter, Mrs. RIEHL of Carson, three brothers, John F. WILCOX, now in Grayling, Michigan, George and Z. T. WILCOX of Carson City, and a sister, Mrs. WINCHESTER, who lives in Vermont, are left to mourn his death. (14 Mar 1907)


Michael MCMANN

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:
-LOVELL'S LOCALS
Michael McMANN and Miss Anna STEADMAN were married Saturday, the 9 at Chrysler's boarding house. This was Joe SIMS' first knot. Joe is coming to the front. (14 Mar 1907)


Anna STEADMAN

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:
-LOVELL'S LOCALS
Michael McMANN and Miss Anna STEADMAN were married Saturday, the 9 at Chrysler's boarding house. This was Joe SIMS' first knot. Joe is coming to the front. (14 Mar 1907)


Andrew LARSEN

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:
-WEDDED IN CHURCH.
Last Monday evening the Danish Lutheran Church was finely decorated with palms, roses and carnations, in honor of the marriage of Mr. Andrew LARSEN of Manistee, and Miss Sena PETERSEN of Grayling. Rev. C. A. KILDERGAARD officaiting, with the impressive ritual and ring service of the church.
The bride was beautifully gowned in white, with veil and carried white carnations, and was attended by her sisters, Miss Nora, as Maid of Honor, Miss Lena, Brides Maid, and little Nina bearing the ring in a beautiful rose. The groom in conventional black was attended by Peter PETERSEN brother of the bride, as best man.
The church was crowded to its utmost capacity, proving the popularity of the bride, as did also the scores of wedding gifts at her home.
A reception at the home, by the immediate families of the contracting parties followed, and the morning train born them toward their home, awaiting them in Manistee, and bearing with them the best wishes of all our people. (14 Mar 1907)


Sena PETERSEN

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:
-WEDDED IN CHURCH.
Last Monday evening the Danish Lutheran Church was finely decorated with palms, roses and carnations, in honor of the marriage of Mr. Andrew LARSEN of Manistee, and Miss Sena PETERSEN of Grayling. Rev. C. A. KILDERGAARD officaiting, with the impressive ritual and ring service of the church.
The bride was beautifully gowned in white, with veil and carried white carnations, and was attended by her sisters, Miss Nora, as Maid of Honor, Miss Lena, Brides Maid, and little Nina bearing the ring in a beautiful rose. The groom in conventional black was attended by Peter PETERSEN brother of the bride, as best man.
The church was crowded to its utmost capacity, proving the popularity of the bride, as did also the scores of wedding gifts at her home.
A reception at the home, by the immediate families of the contracting parties followed, and the morning train born them toward their home, awaiting them in Manistee, and bearing with them the best wishes of all our people. (14 Mar 1907)

-Mr. and Mrs. Andrew LARSON, nee Lena PETERSON, have returned to live in Grayling, to the pleasure of their many old time friends. (19 Sep 1907)


Marion LARSEN

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:
-Marion, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andy LARSEN is quite ill. (6 Jan 1910)


Hans PETERSEN

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:
-WEDDED IN CHURCH.
Last Monday evening the Danish Lutheran Church was finely decorated with palms, roses and carnations, in honor of the marriage of Mr. Andrew LARSEN of Manistee, and Miss Sena PETERSEN of Grayling. Rev. C. A. KILDERGAARD officaiting, with the impressive ritual and ring service of the church.
The bride was beautifully gowned in white, with veil and carried white carnations, and was attended by her sisters, Miss Nora, as Maid of Honor, Miss Lena, Brides Maid, and little Nina bearing the ring in a beautiful rose. The groom in conventional black was attended by Peter PETERSEN brother of the bride, as best man.
The church was crowded to its utmost capacity, proving the popularity of the bride, as did also the scores of wedding gifts at her home.
A reception at the home, by the immediate families of the contracting parties followed, and the morning train born them toward their home, awaiting them in Manistee, and bearing with them the best wishes of all our people. (14 Mar 1907)

-WEDDED IN CHURCH.
Last Monday evening the Danish Lutheran Church was finely decorated with palms, roses and carnations, in honor of the marriage of Mr. Andrew LARSEN of Manistee, and Miss Sena PETERSEN of Grayling. Rev. C. A. KILDERGAARD officaiting, with the impressive ritual and ring service of the church.
The bride was beautifully gowned in white, with veil and carried white carnations, and was attended by her sisters, Miss Nora, as Maid of Honor, Miss Lena, Brides Maid, and little Nina bearing the ring in a beautiful rose. The groom in conventional black was attended by Peter PETERSEN brother of the bride, as best man.
The church was crowded to its utmost capacity, proving the popularity of the bride, as did also the scores of wedding gifts at her home.
A reception at the home, by the immediate families of the contracting parties followed, and the morning train born them toward their home, awaiting them in Manistee, and bearing with them the best wishes of all our people. (14 Mar 1907)

-Miss Nora PETERSON returned to her school duties at Johannesburg Wednesday morning. (6 Jan 1910)

-Miss Nora PETERSON, who is teaching at Johannesburg, spent Sunday with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Hans PETERSON. She was accompanied by one of her pupils, Miss Sunshine FRANKLIN. (17 Feb 1910)


Nora PETERSEN

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:
-WEDDED IN CHURCH.
Last Monday evening the Danish Lutheran Church was finely decorated with palms, roses and carnations, in honor of the marriage of Mr. Andrew LARSEN of Manistee, and Miss Sena PETERSEN of Grayling. Rev. C. A. KILDERGAARD officaiting, with the impressive ritual and ring service of the church.
The bride was beautifully gowned in white, with veil and carried white carnations, and was attended by her sisters, Miss Nora, as Maid of Honor, Miss Lena, Brides Maid, and little Nina bearing the ring in a beautiful rose. The groom in conventional black was attended by Peter PETERSEN brother of the bride, as best man.
The church was crowded to its utmost capacity, proving the popularity of the bride, as did also the scores of wedding gifts at her home.
A reception at the home, by the immediate families of the contracting parties followed, and the morning train born them toward their home, awaiting them in Manistee, and bearing with them the best wishes of all our people. (14 Mar 1907)

-Miss Nora PETERSON returned to her school duties at Johannesburg Wednesday morning. (6 Jan 1910)

-Miss Nora PETERSON, who is teaching at Johannesburg, spent Sunday with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Hans PETERSON. She was accompanied by one of her pupils, Miss Sunshine FRANKLIN. (17 Feb 1910)


Lena PETERSEN

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:
-WEDDED IN CHURCH.
Last Monday evening the Danish Lutheran Church was finely decorated with palms, roses and carnations, in honor of the marriage of Mr. Andrew LARSEN of Manistee, and Miss Sena PETERSEN of Grayling. Rev. C. A. KILDERGAARD officaiting, with the impressive ritual and ring service of the church.
The bride was beautifully gowned in white, with veil and carried white carnations, and was attended by her sisters, Miss Nora, as Maid of Honor, Miss Lena, Brides Maid, and little Nina bearing the ring in a beautiful rose. The groom in conventional black was attended by Peter PETERSEN brother of the bride, as best man.
The church was crowded to its utmost capacity, proving the popularity of the bride, as did also the scores of wedding gifts at her home.
A reception at the home, by the immediate families of the contracting parties followed, and the morning train born them toward their home, awaiting them in Manistee, and bearing with them the best wishes of all our people. (14 Mar 1907)


Peter PETERSEN

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:
-WEDDED IN CHURCH.
Last Monday evening the Danish Lutheran Church was finely decorated with palms, roses and carnations, in honor of the marriage of Mr. Andrew LARSEN of Manistee, and Miss Sena PETERSEN of Grayling. Rev. C. A. KILDERGAARD officaiting, with the impressive ritual and ring service of the church.
The bride was beautifully gowned in white, with veil and carried white carnations, and was attended by her sisters, Miss Nora, as Maid of Honor, Miss Lena, Brides Maid, and little Nina bearing the ring in a beautiful rose. The groom in conventional black was attended by Peter PETERSEN brother of the bride, as best man.
The church was crowded to its utmost capacity, proving the popularity of the bride, as did also the scores of wedding gifts at her home.
A reception at the home, by the immediate families of the contracting parties followed, and the morning train born them toward their home, awaiting them in Manistee, and bearing with them the best wishes of all our people. (14 Mar 1907)


Wilson HICKEY

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. Wilson HICKEY, one of the pioneers of South Branch died at their home the 8th inst. The funeral at their residence was conducted by Rev. FRAZEE of this village and was largely attended. The body was taken to their old home at Ortonville for interment. (14 Mar 1907)


Mrs. Wilson HICKEY

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. Wilson HICKEY, one of the pioneers of South Branch died at their home the 8th inst. The funeral at their residence was conducted by Rev. FRAZEE of this village and was largely attended. The body was taken to their old home at Ortonville for interment. (14 Mar 1907)


EDMUNDS

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. Harriet EDMUNDS, one of the pioneers of this county, died at her home in Maple Forest last week Tuesday, aged 81 years. She leaves five sons. Rufus of Maple Forest, with whom she has lived and John, who is in Oregon, and three sons, William, Isaac and Henry in Alaska, and five daughters, Mrs. Archie HOWSE of Maple Forest; Mrs. J. KARNES, of Frederic; Mrs. J. THOMPSON, of Hardgrove and Mrs. KENNEDY and McCLELLAAN of Tawas. She was one of the grand type of pioneer woman, a friend to all and highly esteemed. (14 Mar 1907)


Harriet

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:
-FREDERIC FREAKS.
Grandma EDMOND's, mother of Mrs. Jake KARNS is very sick with pneumonia. (28 Feb 1907)

-Mrs. Harriet EDMUNDS, one of the pioneers of this county, died at her home in Maple Forest last week Tuesday, aged 81 years. She leaves five sons. Rufus of Maple Forest, with whom she has lived and John, who is in Oregon, and three sons, William, Isaac and Henry in Alaska, and five daughters, Mrs. Archie HOWSE of Maple Forest; Mrs. J. KARNES, of Frederic; Mrs. J. THOMPSON, of Hardgrove and Mrs. KENNEDY and McCLELLAAN of Tawas. She was one of the grand type of pioneer woman, a friend to all and highly esteemed. (14 Mar 1907)


John EDMUNDS

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-Aug. 18th, to Mr. and Mrs. John EDMUNDS, of Maple Forest, a son. (31 Aug 1899)


William EDMUNDS

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. Harriet EDMUNDS, one of the pioneers of this county, died at her home in Maple Forest last week Tuesday, aged 81 years. She leaves five sons. Rufus of Maple Forest, with whom she has lived and John, who is in Oregon, and three sons, William, Isaac and Henry in Alaska, and five daughters, Mrs. Archie HOWSE of Maple Forest; Mrs. J. KARNES, of Frederic; Mrs. J. THOMPSON, of Hardgrove and Mrs. KENNEDY and McCLELLAAN of Tawas. She was one of the grand type of pioneer woman, a friend to all and highly esteemed. (14 Mar 1907)


Isaac EDMUNDS

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. Harriet EDMUNDS, one of the pioneers of this county, died at her home in Maple Forest last week Tuesday, aged 81 years. She leaves five sons. Rufus of Maple Forest, with whom she has lived and John, who is in Oregon, and three sons, William, Isaac and Henry in Alaska, and five daughters, Mrs. Archie HOWSE of Maple Forest; Mrs. J. KARNES, of Frederic; Mrs. J. THOMPSON, of Hardgrove and Mrs. KENNEDY and McCLELLAAN of Tawas. She was one of the grand type of pioneer woman, a friend to all and highly esteemed. (14 Mar 1907)


Henry EDMUNDS

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. Harriet EDMUNDS, one of the pioneers of this county, died at her home in Maple Forest last week Tuesday, aged 81 years. She leaves five sons. Rufus of Maple Forest, with whom she has lived and John, who is in Oregon, and three sons, William, Isaac and Henry in Alaska, and five daughters, Mrs. Archie HOWSE of Maple Forest; Mrs. J. KARNES, of Frederic; Mrs. J. THOMPSON, of Hardgrove and Mrs. KENNEDY and McCLELLAAN of Tawas. She was one of the grand type of pioneer woman, a friend to all and highly esteemed. (14 Mar 1907)


Archie HOWSE

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. Harriet EDMUNDS, one of the pioneers of this county, died at her home in Maple Forest last week Tuesday, aged 81 years. She leaves five sons. Rufus of Maple Forest, with whom she has lived and John, who is in Oregon, and three sons, William, Isaac and Henry in Alaska, and five daughters, Mrs. Archie HOWSE of Maple Forest; Mrs. J. KARNES, of Frederic; Mrs. J. THOMPSON, of Hardgrove and Mrs. KENNEDY and McCLELLAAN of Tawas. She was one of the grand type of pioneer woman, a friend to all and highly esteemed. (14 Mar 1907)


Mrs. Archie HOWSE EDMUNDS

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. Harriet EDMUNDS, one of the pioneers of this county, died at her home in Maple Forest last week Tuesday, aged 81 years. She leaves five sons. Rufus of Maple Forest, with whom she has lived and John, who is in Oregon, and three sons, William, Isaac and Henry in Alaska, and five daughters, Mrs. Archie HOWSE of Maple Forest; Mrs. J. KARNES, of Frederic; Mrs. J. THOMPSON, of Hardgrove and Mrs. KENNEDY and McCLELLAAN of Tawas. She was one of the grand type of pioneer woman, a friend to all and highly esteemed. (14 Mar 1907)


J. THOMPSON

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. Harriet EDMUNDS, one of the pioneers of this county, died at her home in Maple Forest last week Tuesday, aged 81 years. She leaves five sons. Rufus of Maple Forest, with whom she has lived and John, who is in Oregon, and three sons, William, Isaac and Henry in Alaska, and five daughters, Mrs. Archie HOWSE of Maple Forest; Mrs. J. KARNES, of Frederic; Mrs. J. THOMPSON, of Hardgrove and Mrs. KENNEDY and McCLELLAAN of Tawas. She was one of the grand type of pioneer woman, a friend to all and highly esteemed. (14 Mar 1907)


Mrs. J. THOMPSON EDMUNDS

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. Harriet EDMUNDS, one of the pioneers of this county, died at her home in Maple Forest last week Tuesday, aged 81 years. She leaves five sons. Rufus of Maple Forest, with whom she has lived and John, who is in Oregon, and three sons, William, Isaac and Henry in Alaska, and five daughters, Mrs. Archie HOWSE of Maple Forest; Mrs. J. KARNES, of Frederic; Mrs. J. THOMPSON, of Hardgrove and Mrs. KENNEDY and McCLELLAAN of Tawas. She was one of the grand type of pioneer woman, a friend to all and highly esteemed. (14 Mar 1907)


KENNEDY

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. Harriet EDMUNDS, one of the pioneers of this county, died at her home in Maple Forest last week Tuesday, aged 81 years. She leaves five sons. Rufus of Maple Forest, with whom she has lived and John, who is in Oregon, and three sons, William, Isaac and Henry in Alaska, and five daughters, Mrs. Archie HOWSE of Maple Forest; Mrs. J. KARNES, of Frederic; Mrs. J. THOMPSON, of Hardgrove and Mrs. KENNEDY and McCLELLAAN of Tawas. She was one of the grand type of pioneer woman, a friend to all and highly esteemed. (14 Mar 1907)


Mrs. KENNEDY EDMUNDS

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. Harriet EDMUNDS, one of the pioneers of this county, died at her home in Maple Forest last week Tuesday, aged 81 years. She leaves five sons. Rufus of Maple Forest, with whom she has lived and John, who is in Oregon, and three sons, William, Isaac and Henry in Alaska, and five daughters, Mrs. Archie HOWSE of Maple Forest; Mrs. J. KARNES, of Frederic; Mrs. J. THOMPSON, of Hardgrove and Mrs. KENNEDY and McCLELLAAN of Tawas. She was one of the grand type of pioneer woman, a friend to all and highly esteemed. (14 Mar 1907)


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