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

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PARKER

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. COATES, of West Bay City, has been visiting her sister, Miss Nellie PARKER, at this place for the past week. She is now making a visit to the Lake Superior regions. (20 Jul 1882)


Mrs. COATES PARKER

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. COATES, of West Bay City, has been visiting her sister, Miss Nellie PARKER, at this place for the past week. She is now making a visit to the Lake Superior regions. (20 Jul 1882)


Nellie PARKER

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. COATES, of West Bay City, has been visiting her sister, Miss Nellie PARKER, at this place for the past week. She is now making a visit to the Lake Superior regions. (20 Jul 1882)


Edmund COBB

The following information extracted from the Grayling, Crawford Co., MI Newspaper Avalanche. NOTE: The date at the end of each extract indicates the date of the publication:
-DIED.
In Maple Forest, Tuesday, July 11, 1882, Lottie COBB, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edmund COBB, aged 15 years. The funeral services, at the school house, on Wednesday, were largely attended, Rev. S. EDGCUMBE, officiating. (20 Jul 1882)

-Edward COBB, of Maple Forest was called to Macomb county yesterday, by the sudden death of his father. (26 May 1892)

-Mr. and Mrs. E. COBB, of Maple Forest, returned from Detroit, last Saturday, where they have been visiting for the past month. On the 7th inst. They attended the golden wedding of her parents, when a large number of the family were present, and a more enjoyable time could hardly be imagined. Miss Lizzie will remain in that part of the state for two weeks longer. (17 Feb 1898)


Mrs. Edmund COBB

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. Frank HANKINSON returned to her home in Detroit last Wednesday, after an extended visit with her sister, Mrs. Ed. COBB. (14 Oct 1897)

-Mrs. Ed. COBB was called to Detroit by the death of her mother. (31 May 1906)

-Mrs. E. COBB of Maple Forest was down from the farm last week, the first time in so long that she seemed almost a stranger. She is counting the days before Lizzie's return, the last of this month, as her school at Elmira will close the 28th. (20 May 1909)


Lottie COBB

The following information extracted from the Grayling, Crawford Co., MI Newspaper Avalanche. NOTE: The date at the end of each extract indicates the date of the publication:
-DIED.
In Maple Forest, Tuesday, July 11, 1882, Lottie COBB, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edmund COBB, aged 15 years. The funeral services, at the school house, on Wednesday, were largely attended, Rev. S. EDGCUMBE, officiating. (20 Jul 1882)


Lizzie COBB

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:
-MAPLE FOREST DRIFTS.
Lizzie COBB has gone to Detroit, to be present at her grandmother's golden wedding, on the 5th of Feb'y. (10 Feb 1898)


SWARTHOUT

The following information extracted from the Grayling, Crawford Co., MI Newspaper Avalanche. NOTE: The date at the end of each extract indicates the date of the publication:
-Miss Mary SWARTHOUT, of Saginaw, is visiting at this place, the guest of her brother, H. H. SWARTHOUT. (27 Jul 1882)


Mary SWARTHOUT

The following information extracted from the Grayling, Crawford Co., MI Newspaper Avalanche. NOTE: The date at the end of each extract indicates the date of the publication:
-Miss Mary SWARTHOUT, of Saginaw, is visiting at this place, the guest of her brother, H. H. SWARTHOUT. (27 Jul 1882)


H. H. SWARTHOUT

The following information extracted from the Grayling, Crawford Co., MI Newspaper Avalanche. NOTE: The date at the end of each extract indicates the date of the publication:
-Miss Mary SWARTHOUT, of Saginaw, is visiting at this place, the guest of her brother, H. H. SWARTHOUT. (27 Jul 1882)


C. E. HARLOW

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. C. E. HARLOW, of Leslie, Ingham county, this State, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Martin JOHNSTON, of Pere Cheney. (27 Jul 1882)


Mrs. C. E. HARLOW

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. C. E. HARLOW, of Leslie, Ingham county, this State, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Martin JOHNSTON, of Pere Cheney. (27 Jul 1882)


Mrs. Martin JOHNSTON HARLOW

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. C. E. HARLOW, of Leslie, Ingham county, this State, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Martin JOHNSTON, of Pere Cheney. (27 Jul 1882)


Chas. A. INGERSOLL

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:
-Last Friday noon, while homeward-bound to partake of our usual frugal repast, we met Mr. Chas. A. INGERSOLL with his ox team just coming into town. Mr. INGERSOLL called out "whoa," the animals meekly and gently "whoaed," and Charley extended the right hand of fellowship, which we gladly and cordially grasped. From the "smole" upon Charley's face we naturally inferred he had a secret which he was "dying to impart." We encouraged him with smiles and nods and oily-tongued words that we were just the person to help him keep it, inviolate. He believed in our sincerity and adaptability to keep all things "hushed," and then went on to tell us: "On Thursday, August 3d, there came a "tramp" to my house and begged permission to live with me, at the same time informing me he had no place else on earth to lay his weary head. I asked him if he ever had any experience at farming. He said no, but he thought with a little proper training that he would in time make a tip-top first-class farmer. I took him at his word and concluded to keep him. His weight is 10 pounds. Go on there Bright! Gee up there Brin!" and Charley departed, happily whistling, "He is a rosy-cheeked lad, And I love him dearly." ( 10 Aug 1882)

-Mrs. Charles INGERSOLL, of Fenton, arrived in the village Wednesday afternoon, on a two weeks visit to her sister, Mrs. John LELINE, of South Branch. - Ros. News. (7 Aug 1890)


Mrs. Chas. A. INGERSOLL

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. Charles INGERSOLL, of Fenton, arrived in the village Wednesday afternoon, on a two weeks visit to her sister, Mrs. John LELINE, of South Branch. - Ros. News. (7 Aug 1890)


C. E. STRUNK

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. C. E. STRUNK and her two children were picking whortleberried a few days since, when the little ones found and interviewed a wasps nest, with such sharp results that Miss Edna's eyes were closed and Master Birney's limbs badly swollen from repeated stings. ( 10 Aug 1882)

-Miss Julia STRUNK, of Hillsdale, this State, arrived in the city Wednesday, and is the guest of her brother, Mr. C. E. STRUNK, of the AVALANCHE office. (4 Jan 1883)

-SAD ACCIDENT.
"Mrs. Jenry JONES, of this city, who has been a great sufferer from severe sickness during the last four months, in a fit of mental abberation arose from her bed on Sunday night last unobserved by the members of her family and wandered upon the railroad track near her home and was instantly killed by a passing train. The coroner's verdict was in accordance with the above facts. Mrs. JONES was 53 years old and leaves a husband and three children to mourn her untimely death. The funeral was held Tuesday afternoon at her late residence on West street, Rev. I. B. CARD officiating." - Hillsdale Leader.
Mrs. JONES was mother to Mrs. C. E. STRUNK, of this city. (14 Jun 1883)

-MARVIN POST G. A. R.
As per announcement in the AVALANCHE, the old soldiers of the county met at the court house last Friday for the formation of a Post of the Grand Army of the Republic. The name selected, as indicated above, was in honor of the only comrade who had dided in this county, to the knowledge of any who were present, Comrade Harry MARVIN, of Beaver Creek township, who was mustered into the grand army above.
As will be seen by the roster published below, there are over 40 charter members, and if the enthusiasm manifested by those present at the organization continues, the post will flourish. the date of muster is not decided, but will be some time this month, and then the veterans can gather around their camp fire and live over again the life of field, and march, and battle.
The following officers were elected:
Commander - O. J. BELL.
Senior Vice-Commander - O. PALMER.
Jun. Vice Com. - Thos. LOUND.
Quartermaster - J. G. MARSH.
Chaplain - O. G. ANDREWS.
Surgeon - Alex. ODELL.
Officer of the Day - A. E. NEWMAN.
Officer of the Guard - G. BOSOM.
Adjutant - J. J. COVENTRY.
Sergeant - Major - C. W. WIGHT.
Quar. - Sergt. - A. C. WILSON.
Sentry - C. A. INGERSON.
We give the complete roster of charter members, and hope during the season to add the name of every soldier in the county:
O. J. BELL, I, 6th Mich H. A.
Samuel CASSIMER, K, 30th Wis V I.
Oscar PALMER, C, 1st U S S S.
W. BATTERSON, I, 1st N Y Dragoons.
A. TAYLOR, B, 22d N Y Cav.
I. J. CURRAN.
S. M. MILES, B. 101st Pa Inf.
A. D. COLESTOCK, E, 7th Mich Cav.
J. J. COVENTRY, K, 11th N. J. Inf.
G. H. THAYER, E, 2d Mich Cav.
Aaron ATEN, A, 21st O V I.
F. M. FORBES, I, 145th P V I.
R. P. FORBES, I, 5th Mich Cav.
S. HEMPSTED, B, 4th Mich Cav.
A. C. WILSON, B, 17th N Y B.
E. WYCKOFF.
Wm. WOODBURN, D, 5th Mich Cav.
O. G. ANDREWS, E, 8th Mich Inf.
C. A. INGERSON, E, 50th N Y Eng.
C. W. WIGHT, B, 2d N H H A.
J. W. WALLACE, F, 1st Mich Inf.
H. DAVENPORT, D. 105th N Y V I.
D. WILLETT, M, 7th Mich Cav.
W. HAYNES, A, 122d N Y V I.
A. ODELL, K, 8th N Y H A.
A. J. ROSE, F. 126th N Y V I.
J. G. MARSH, E, 9th Mich Cav.
C. E. STRUNK, A, 4th Mich V I.
Thos LOUND, G, 3d Mich Cav.
G. BOSOM, I, 1th Mich Inf.
L. BOSOM, L, 1st Mich Eng.
Geo. FAUBLE, I, 85th? Ill V I.
A. H. ALLEN, D, 151st N Y V I.
M. PACKARD, F, 152d Ind V I.
N. BARNEY.
Wm. H. ROE, F, 16th Mich V I.
A. C. WILCOX, I, 5th Mich V I.
A. MOSHER, K, 3d Mich Cav.
L. StJOHN, I, 12th Mich V I.
Wm WILCOX, H, 2d Mich Cav.
W. HAVENS,
S. H. JOHNSON, E. 1st Mo Eng.
A. E. NEWMAN, F, 15th. (13 Mar 1884)

-C. e. STRUNK, for several years employed in this office, is now an inmate of the Michigan Soldier's Home, and true to his instincts, has started a paper in that institution, The VIDETTE, No. 3, of Vol. 1, which has just reached us and is a creditable little sheet. (28 Oct 1897)

-C. E. STRUNK, who years ago was foreman of the AVALANCHE office, and who will be well remembered by many of our citizens, died at the Soldier's Home in Grand Rapids, January 12th. (23 Jan 1902)


Mrs. C. E. STRUNK

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. Douglass PROSSER, of Hillsdale, this State, 4th of Julied in this city. He was a guest of his sister, Mrs. C. E. STRUNK. (5 Jul 1883)

-Mr. Douglass PROSSER and Miss Mary JONES, of Hillsdale, are guests of their sister, Mrs. C. E. STRUNK. (6 Sep 1883)


Edna STRUNK

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. C. E. STRUNK and her two children were picking whortleberried a few days since, when the little ones found and interviewed a wasps nest, with such sharp results that Miss Edna's eyes were closed and Master Birney's limbs badly swollen from repeated stings. ( 10 Aug 1882)


Birney STRUNK

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. C. E. STRUNK and her two children were picking whortleberried a few days since, when the little ones found and interviewed a wasps nest, with such sharp results that Miss Edna's eyes were closed and Master Birney's limbs badly swollen from repeated stings. ( 10 Aug 1882)


STRUNK

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. C. E. STRUNK and her two children were picking whortleberried a few days since, when the little ones found and interviewed a wasps nest, with such sharp results that Miss Edna's eyes were closed and Master Birney's limbs badly swollen from repeated stings. ( 10 Aug 1882)

-Miss Julia STRUNK, of Hillsdale, this State, arrived in the city Wednesday, and is the guest of her brother, Mr. C. E. STRUNK, of the AVALANCHE office. (4 Jan 1883)


Mrs. Henry JONES

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:
-SAD ACCIDENT.
"Mrs. Jenry JONES, of this city, who has been a great sufferer from severe sickness during the last four months, in a fit of mental abberation arose from her bed on Sunday night last unobserved by the members of her family and wandered upon the railroad track near her home and was instantly killed by a passing train. The coroner's verdict was in accordance with the above facts. Mrs. JONES was 53 years old and leaves a husband and three children to mourn her untimely death. The funeral was held Tuesday afternoon at her late residence on West street, Rev. I. B. CARD officiating." - Hillsdale Leader.
Mrs. JONES was mother to Mrs. C. E. STRUNK, of this city. (14 Jun 1883)


Julia STRUNK

The following information extracted from the Grayling, Crawford Co., MI Newspaper Avalanche. NOTE: The date at the end of each extract indicates the date of the publication:
-Miss Julia STRUNK, of Hillsdale, this State, arrived in the city Wednesday, and is the guest of her brother, Mr. C. E. STRUNK, of the AVALANCHE office. (4 Jan 1883)


Andrew H. 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:
-MARRIED.
On Wednesday, August 9th, 1882, at the residence of the bride's parents in Cheney, by Rev. C. W. BENNET, Mr. Andrew H. MARSH and Miss MATTIE E. WEST. (17 Aug 1882)

-A. H. MARSH wears the happiest and broadest smile of any man in the county and sets up the cigars easy. It is an 8 pound girl, born the 8th. (13 Sep 1883)

-A. H. MARSH has assumed the duties of "baggage smasher" at the depot, and on Sept. 1st, will transfer his dray line to May AMIDON, who has been attending to that work for some time. (18 Aug 1892)

-BORN-On Tuesday, the 14th., to Mr. and Mrs. A. H. MARSH, a daughter. (16 Aug 1894)

-A. H. and W. G. MARSH are entertaining their brothers, Orrin and John, now from Wayne county, but will go to their new home in Virginia at the close of their visit here. (9 Jan 1896)

-A. H. MARSH has bought a house in Owosso, and moved to that city. His friends wish him success. (21 May 1896)

-The AVALANCHE congratulates Mr. and Mrs. Andrew MARSH as parents of a bouncing boy, since the 9th inst. (18 May 1899)

-A breezy letter from our former townsman, A. H. MARSH, renewing his subscription, indicates that he is well pleased with his new home and farming. He is 20 pounds heavier than when here, his wife is in excellent health, and has given him a boy, that he thinks is the only one found worth raising since he was a kid. (18 Jan 1900)


Mattie E. WEST

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 Wednesday, August 9th, 1882, at the residence of the bride's parents in Cheney, by Rev. C. W. BENNET, Mr. Andrew H. MARSH and Miss MATTIE E. WEST. (17 Aug 1882)

-DIED.-On Monday, July 20th, Nettie, wife of Mervin PUTNAM, of Center Plains, aged 22 years.
Deceased was the daughter of Rev. C. W. WEST, of Cheney, and sister of Mrs. A. H. MARSH, of this city. (23 Jul 1885)


James G. 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:
-MARVIN POST G. A. R.
As per announcement in the AVALANCHE, the old soldiers of the county met at the court house last Friday for the formation of a Post of the Grand Army of the Republic. The name selected, as indicated above, was in honor of the only comrade who had dided in this county, to the knowledge of any who were present, Comrade Harry MARVIN, of Beaver Creek township, who was mustered into the grand army above.
As will be seen by the roster published below, there are over 40 charter members, and if the enthusiasm manifested by those present at the organization continues, the post will flourish. the date of muster is not decided, but will be some time this month, and then the veterans can gather around their camp fire and live over again the life of field, and march, and battle.
The following officers were elected:
Commander - O. J. BELL.
Senior Vice-Commander - O. PALMER.
Jun. Vice Com. - Thos. LOUND.
Quartermaster - J. G. MARSH.
Chaplain - O. G. ANDREWS.
Surgeon - Alex. ODELL.
Officer of the Day - A. E. NEWMAN.
Officer of the Guard - G. BOSOM.
Adjutant - J. J. COVENTRY.
Sergeant - Major - C. W. WIGHT.
Quar. - Sergt. - A. C. WILSON.
Sentry - C. A. INGERSON.
We give the complete roster of charter members, and hope during the season to add the name of every soldier in the county:
O. J. BELL, I, 6th Mich H. A.
Samuel CASSIMER, K, 30th Wis V I.
Oscar PALMER, C, 1st U S S S.
W. BATTERSON, I, 1st N Y Dragoons.
A. TAYLOR, B, 22d N Y Cav.
I. J. CURRAN.
S. M. MILES, B. 101st Pa Inf.
A. D. COLESTOCK, E, 7th Mich Cav.
J. J. COVENTRY, K, 11th N. J. Inf.
G. H. THAYER, E, 2d Mich Cav.
Aaron ATEN, A, 21st O V I.
F. M. FORBES, I, 145th P V I.
R. P. FORBES, I, 5th Mich Cav.
S. HEMPSTED, B, 4th Mich Cav.
A. C. WILSON, B, 17th N Y B.
E. WYCKOFF.
Wm. WOODBURN, D, 5th Mich Cav.
O. G. ANDREWS, E, 8th Mich Inf.
C. A. INGERSON, E, 50th N Y Eng.
C. W. WIGHT, B, 2d N H H A.
J. W. WALLACE, F, 1st Mich Inf.
H. DAVENPORT, D. 105th N Y V I.
D. WILLETT< M, 7th Mich Cav.
W. HAYNES, A, 122d N Y V I.
A. ODELL, K, 8th N Y H A.
A. J. ROSE, F. 126th N Y V I.
J. G. MARSH, E, 9th Mich Cav.
C. E. STRUNK, A, 4th Mich V I.
Thos LOUND, G, 3d Mich Cav.
G. BOSOM, I, 1th Mich Inf.
L. BOSOM, L, 1st Mich Eng.
Geo. FAUBLE, I, 85th? Ill V I.
A. H. ALLEN, D, 151st N Y V I.
M. PACKARD, F, 152d Ind V I.
N. BARNEY.
Wm. H. ROE, F, 16th Mich V I.
A. C. WILCOX, I, 5th Mich V I.
A. MOSHER, K, 3d Mich Cav.
L. StJOHN, I, 12th Mich V I.
Wm WILCOX, H, 2d Mich Cav.
W. HAVENS,
S. H. JOHNSON, E. 1st Mo Eng.
A. E. NEWMAN, F, 15th. (13 Mar 1884)

-NEWSY SIFTINGS.
Mr. Edson MAY, nephew of Mr. J. G. MARSH, of Unadilla, Livingston Co., is visiting relatives hereabouts. Cheney, Sept. 5. (8 Sep 1887)

-BORN-At Mancelona, May 5th to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. G. MARSH, a six lb. boy. J. G. thinks of having high heels put on his boots. It is his first grandson. (10 May 1888)

-THANKSGIVING CHIPS.
Mrs. J. G. MARSH Sundayed in Grayling, the guest of her sons, A. H. and Wm. G. MARSH. (6 Dec 1888)

-J. G. MARSH has returned from his visit to Detroit and the Southern part of the State. He has bought a small farm in Wayne county, where, we are informed, he will remove his family. (18 Sep 1890)

-A telegram Tuesday evvening conveyed the sad intelligence of the sudden death of Mrs. J. G. MARSH, at her home near Detroit. We have not learned the particulars. (21 Jan 1892)

-J. G. MARSH, of Virginia, one of the early settlers of this county, has entered the farm now owned by A. B. CORWIN as a homestead, is here, visiting his daughter, Mrs. W. LOVE, of Judge, and his old friends and neighbors. They all come back, and we presume he is here to stay. (30 Aug 1900)

-A report is received of the death of J. G. MARSH, an old time resident of this township, who moved to Virginia several years ago. He was visiting his son Andrew, at Burton, Shiawassee County, and was kicked by a horse with fatal result. The particulars have not been received. (20 Dec 1900)

-James G. MARSH, whose death was reported last week, was sixty-six years of age. He came to Michigan with his parents in 1838, locating in Livingston county. He was married to Miss Henrietta GILLIS, of Flint, in 1856. She died about eight years ago. Mr. MARSH enlisted in Co. E. 9th Mich. Cavalry, in 1862, and served to the close of the war. He was severely wounded, and carried a rebel bullet in his hip to the end of his life. He has for many years been an honored member of the G. A. R. He came to Crawford county in 1879, locating a homestead on sec. 36 in this township, where he resided until about five years ago, when he removed to Virginia. Five sons and one daughter, Mrs. W. J. LOVE of Judge are left to revere his memory and mourn his loss. (27 Dec 1900)


Henrietta GILLIS

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 he home in Wayne Co., Michigan, January 19, 1892, Henrietta, wife of James G. MARSH, after four days illness, of La Grippe.
Deceased was born in New York City, Dec. 27, 1835, and left an orphan at the age of seven, at which time she came to Flint, Mich., to live with the family of her uncle, Mr. Andrew HYSLOP.
In 1856 she was married to James G. MARSH to whom she bore seven children, six of whom survive.
Mr. and Mrs. MARSH were pioneers of Crawford county, having made a home in the south east part of this township in 1879, where they resided for over eleven years, and removed to Wayne Co., where they had purchased a farm, and where by her genial nature she had won many friends. She was an earnest, active christian worker in the M. E. church, by precept and example leading all about her toward a pure life. A member and officer of the W. R. C. of Newburg, ever foremost in their works of charity.
The funeral services, at the Newburg church, were held on the afternoon of the 21st, conducted by her pastor, Rev. G. C. SQUIRES, of Wayne, assisted by Rev. A. L. CLARK of Plymouth, and the text "What sees't thou". Jeremiah, 1st Chapter and 11th verse.
A large circle of friends gathered for the last sad rites, with Ride POST, G. A. R., and W. R. C. Com. (28 Jan 1892)

-James G. MARSH, whose death was reported last week, was sixty-six years of age. He came to Michigan with his parents in 1838, locating in Livingston county. He was married to Miss Henrietta GILLIS, of Flint, in 1856. She died about eight years ago. Mr. MARSH enlisted in Co. E. 9th Mich. Cavalry, in 1862, and served to the close of the war. He was severely wounded, and carried a rebel bullet in his hip to the end of his life. He has for many years been an honored member of the G. A. R. He came to Crawford county in 1879, locating a homestead on sec. 36 in this township, where he resided until about five years ago, when he removed to Virginia. Five sons and one daughter, Mrs. w. J. LOVE of Judge are left to revere his memory and mourn his loss. (27 Dec 1900)


Harvey 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:
-Harvey MARSH, youngest son of Lewis G. MARSH one of the pioneers of this county, who has been living for some years near Detroit, was in town last week, renewing acquaintance with his boyhood friends. He has prospered through life, but met a bad loss two weeks ago by the burning of two large barns on his farm filled with hay and grain, together with 12 head of cattle, and considerable value in tools. From here he went to Lovell, for a visit with his sister, Mrs. W. LOVE. (28 Feb 1907)


Mrs. MASECAR

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. MASECAR, mother to mrs. U. BROWN, left this week for Buffalo, N. Y., where she will spend the winter with her daughter, Mrs. H. McMICHAEL. (31 Aug 1882)


Mrs. U. BROWN

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. MASECAR, mother to mrs. U. BROWN, left this week for Buffalo, N. Y., where she will spend the winter with her daughter, Mrs. H. McMICHAEL. (31 Aug 1882)


Mrs. H. McMICHAEL

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. MASECAR, mother to mrs. U. BROWN, left this week for Buffalo, N. Y., where she will spend the winter with her daughter, Mrs. H. McMICHAEL. (31 Aug 1882)


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