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

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Earl MARSHALL

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 M. E. Parsonage at Frederic, Mich, Jan. 16th., Earl MARSHALL of Maple Forest and Martha KNIBBS of the same place, Rev. G. SANDERSON, officiating. (21 Jan 1909)


Martha KNIBBS

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:
-BEAVER CREEK BREEZES.
Miss Martha KNIBBS is visiting her sister, Mrs. R. HANNA this week. (16 May 1907)

-Married-At the M. E. Parsonage at Frederic, Mich, Jan. 16th., Earl MARSHALL of Maple Forest and Martha KNIBBS of the same place, Rev. G. SANDERSON, officiating. (21 Jan 1909)


Martin HENNESY

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-Jan. 9, 1909 Dell HENNESY at St. Francis Hospital Jersey City, N. J. aged 23 years 10 months, son of Martin HENNESY, formerly of Otsego Lake, Mich. The deceased was a nephew of Mrs. J. O. GOUDROW of this village. (21 Jan 1909)


Dell HENNESY

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-Jan. 9, 1909 Dell HENNESY at St. Francis Hospital Jersey City, N. J. aged 23 years 10 months, son of Martin HENNESY, formerly of Otsego Lake, Mich. The deceased was a nephew of Mrs. J. O. GOUDROW of this village. (21 Jan 1909)


HENNESY

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-Jan. 9, 1909 Dell HENNESY at St. Francis Hospital Jersey City, N. J. aged 23 years 10 months, son of Martin HENNESY, formerly of Otsego Lake, Mich. The deceased was a nephew of Mrs. J. O. GOUDROW of this village. (21 Jan 1909)


Father

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. H. WINGARD and son, Willie returned from their pleasant visit with her sister, Mrs. C. HOESLI, of Sigsbee, last Monday morning. (28 Jan 1909)


C. 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:
-Mrs. J. H. WINGARD and son, Willie returned from their pleasant visit with her sister, Mrs. C. HOESLI, of Sigsbee, last Monday morning. (28 Jan 1909)


Mrs. C. 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:
-Mrs. J. H. WINGARD and son, Willie returned from their pleasant visit with her sister, Mrs. C. HOESLI, of Sigsbee, last Monday morning. (28 Jan 1909)


MARSH

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. 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)


David MITCHELL

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. 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)


Mrs. David MITCHELL MARSH

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. 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)


Frank DOWNEY

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. 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)


Mrs. Frank DOWNEY MARSH

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. 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)


Hanly AUSTIN

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. 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)


Mrs. Hanly AUSTIN MARSH

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. 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)


WEBSTER

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 her home in this village, sunday, Feb. 7th., Mrs. Pearl WEBSTER aged 17 years and 6 months. Deceased gave birth to a child about three weeks ago, which was followed by puerperal convulsions, which continued at intervals until released by death. She had no relatives here, but leaves her mother residing in Ohio who was unable to reach here. Her stricken husband and his two brothers accompanied the body to Glennie, in this state for burial, Tuesday. (11 Feb 1909)


Mrs. Pearl WEBSTER

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 her home in this village, sunday, Feb. 7th., Mrs. Pearl WEBSTER aged 17 years and 6 months. Deceased gave birth to a child about three weeks ago, which was followed by puerperal convulsions, which continued at intervals until released by death. She had no relatives here, but leaves her mother residing in Ohio who was unable to reach here. Her stricken husband and his two brothers accompanied the body to Glennie, in this state for burial, Tuesday. (11 Feb 1909)


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