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

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John L. TAYLOR

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:
-ANOTHER PIONEER GONE HOME.
DIED-At her residence in this village, Thursday, September 2d, Sarah R. NILES, widow of Dr. Wm. H. NILES, aged 78 years.
Sarah Rosalia TAYLOR, eldest daughter of John L. and Clarinda TAYLOR, was born Sept. 21st 1831, at Maple Hill, Berkshire County, Mass., moving with her parents first to Collinsville, Conn., and from there to Michigan in 1835, where her father located on Government land in Wheatland, Hillsdale County, about three miles northwest of the present city of Hudson, where she grew to womanhood, being educated in the common schools, and the private academy of Prof. A. M. CARSON, in Hudson.
She began teaching in the district schools of that section when she was 16 years old, one of the first being then known as the "Carlton District," and was one of the first schools attended by the now celebrated poet, Will CARLTON, whose acquaintance has been continued through all the intervening years, though of late only by infrequent correspondence.
In 1864 and 1865 she completed the full course in the New York training school, at Oswego in that state, and after graduation resumed teaching in the graded school in Hudson and later in Jonesville, where she was married in 1870 to Dr. Wm. H. NILES, of Eastmanville, in Ottowa County, where she lived until they came here in 1883 and located on Government land, just over the county line, eighteen miles east, where they erected a comfortable and prosperous home, which was destroyed by fire in 1894. Dr. NILES having become a confirmed invalid by rheumatism, it was decided not to rebuild their farm home, and they came to Grayling, residing in the home where he died in June 1907, since which time Mrs. NILES has resided with her sister, Mrs. O. PALMER.
She was attacked with La Grippe during the last winter, from which she had apparently recovered, being about the house, and resuming her usual work, until the last Sunday in April, when she was stricken with paralysis, which stroke was twice repeated and proved more than her strength could overcome.
She was a devoted member of the Presbyterian church.
The funeral service was conducted by Rev. J. Humphrey FLEMING, at the home, Saturday at 2 p.m., and her body laid to rest in Elmwood cemetery, beside her husband and adopted daughter, covered with flowers she had loved in life.
She will be long remembered by many friends who are left to mourn, leaving Mrs. PALMER as the only surviver of their family. (9 Sep 1909)


Clarinda

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:
-ANOTHER PIONEER GONE HOME.
DIED-At her residence in this village, Thursday, September 2d, Sarah R. NILES, widow of Dr. Wm. H. NILES, aged 78 years.
Sarah Rosalia TAYLOR, eldest daughter of John L. and Clarinda TAYLOR, was born Sept. 21st 1831, at Maple Hill, Berkshire County, Mass., moving with her parents first to Collinsville, Conn., and from there to Michigan in 1835, where her father located on Government land in Wheatland, Hillsdale County, about three miles northwest of the present city of Hudson, where she grew to womanhood, being educated in the common schools, and the private academy of Prof. A. M. CARSON, in Hudson.
She began teaching in the district schools of that section when she was 16 years old, one of the first being then known as the "Carlton District," and was one of the first schools attended by the now celebrated poet, Will CARLTON, whose acquaintance has been continued through all the intervening years, though of late only by infrequent correspondence.
In 1864 and 1865 she completed the full course in the New York training school, at Oswego in that state, and after graduation resumed teaching in the graded school in Hudson and later in Jonesville, where she was married in 1870 to Dr. Wm. H. NILES, of Eastmanville, in Ottowa County, where she lived until they came here in 1883 and located on Government land, just over the county line, eighteen miles east, where they erected a comfortable and prosperous home, which was destroyed by fire in 1894. Dr. NILES having become a confirmed invalid by rheumatism, it was decided not to rebuild their farm home, and they came to Grayling, residing in the home where he died in June 1907, since which time Mrs. NILES has resided with her sister, Mrs. O. PALMER.
She was attacked with La Grippe during the last winter, from which she had apparently recovered, being about the house, and resuming her usual work, until the last Sunday in April, when she was stricken with paralysis, which stroke was twice repeated and proved more than her strength could overcome.
She was a devoted member of the Presbyterian church.
The funeral service was conducted by Rev. J. Humphrey FLEMING, at the home, Saturday at 2 p.m., and her body laid to rest in Elmwood cemetery, beside her husband and adopted daughter, covered with flowers she had loved in life.
She will be long remembered by many friends who are left to mourn, leaving Mrs. PALMER as the only surviver of their family. (9 Sep 1909)


PALMER

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:
-O. PALMER returned from Three Rivers, Mich., yesterday morning, where he was called last week by the illness and death of the wife of his brother, Alonzo PALMER. (31 Dec 1885)


WELLS

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. L. J. WELLS, of Ithica, is visiting our city, the guest of his nephew, O. PALMER. (8 Oct 1885)


Albert PALMER

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:
-Saturday evening our household was made glad by the unexpected coming of our oldest brother, Albert PALMER, from Marsland, Nebraska, whom we had not seen for nearly twenty years. He has seen three quarters of the century, but his activity makes us think we are but a kid, and we dare not "sass" him more than we did fifty years ago when he was our father pro tem, and made us dance to his music. (4 Jan 1900)

-Our home has been made glad this week by the presence of our oldest brother, Albert PALMER of Marsland, Neb. He is 82 years of age but though not as active as he was fifty years ago thinks he can yet show the kids how to work. He is grandfather to Eugene, and Misses Marcia and Joan KENDRICK who will be remembered as members of our family here for several years. (30 May 1907)


Alonzo PALMER

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:
-O. PALMER returned from Three Rivers, Mich., yesterday morning, where he was called last week by the illness and death of the wife of his brother, Alonzo PALMER. (31 Dec 1885)

-The funeral of Mrs. PALMER, wife of A. PALMER, took place at Three rivers Monday and the remains were taken to Hudson for burial. Mr. PALMER a few weeks ago purchased a fine residence and had just occupied it when his wife was taken sick. She was an estimable lady, and well known in many places, especially in Toledo, O.-Det Journal. (31 Dec 1885)

-DIED-At his home in Centreville, Mich., Saturday, Feb. 6th, Alonzo PALMER, aged 69 years. The deceased was a pioneer of southern Michigan, who has led an active business life, and whose friends are only numbered by counting those who knew hgim. To me he was not only a brother, but like unto a father, counselor and friend. By the example of an absolutely incorruptible life, filled with acts of kindness toward all with whom he came in contact, he had tried to teach me how to live, and as I stood beside him in his last hours he showed me how a man should die. His body rests beside his wife in Maple Grove Cemetery, in Hudson, He leaves three sons, grown to manhood, to emulate his virtues, and to cultivate, as he did, a spirit of large hearted charity and the universal brotherhood of man. O. P. (11 Feb 1897)


William W. PALMER

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:
-We are made glad this week by a visit from our brother, W. W.. PALMER of Chicago, and our niece, Miss Ethelyn DOE, of Elgin, Ill. The presence of the young people helps to keep us young, and the reminicensies with brother takes us back to the days when we were young. (8 Aug 1901)

-Our brother, Wm. W. PALMER of Chicago, came in for a visit Saturday. Not having been here in six years, he is naturally surprised at our many improvements. We are trying to induce him to choose this place to stay rather than in the windy city. (16 Apr 1908)


Jacob C. KARNS

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.
In Fredericville, Feb. 15th, 1883, by Rev. Wm. PUTNAM, Mr. Jacob C. KARNS and Miss Hattie BAKER, both of Maple Forest. ( 22 Feb 1883)

-FREDERICVILLE ITEMS.
Jacob C. KARNES and wife have been called to mourn the loss of their little Ansel Alloyd. He died Sept. 4, 1886. the funeral services were held at the school house on Sunday last, attended by Rev. G. M. BIGELOW, of Grayling.
They wish to express to their friends and neighbors their sincere thanks for their kind services to them during their affliction in the death and burial of their child. they will try to prove their appreciation of the same by holding themselves in readiness to return like favors when occasion offers. (9 Sep 1886)

-Born, on the 14th inst., to Mr. and Mrs. Jacob KARNES, of Frederic, a daughter. (21 Nov 1895)

-FREDERIC FREAKS.
Jacob KARNS has been in clover the past few weeks, having entertained two of his brothers from Ohio. (3 Sep 1908)


Hattie BAKER

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.
In Fredericville, Feb. 15th, 1883, by Rev. Wm. PUTNAM, Mr. Jacob C. KARNS and Miss Hattie BAKER, both of Maple Forest. ( 22 Feb 1883)

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


Ansel Alloyd KARNS

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:
-FREDERICVILLE ITEMS.
Jacob C. KARNES and wife have been called to mourn the loss of their little Ansel Alloyd. He died Sept. 4, 1886. the funeral services were held at the school house on Sunday last, attended by Rev. G. M. BIGELOW, of Grayling.
They wish to express to their friends and neighbors their sincere thanks for their kind services to them during their affliction in the death and burial of their child. they will try to prove their appreciation of the same by holding themselves in readiness to return like favors when occasion offers. (9 Sep 1886)


Chas. GREGORY

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:
-BURIED ALIVE.
The sad intelligence reached our town on Friday last that Mr. Chas. GREGORY of Grove township, had been buried in a well. It seems that Mr. GREGORY went down into the well on his father-in-law's farm - Mr. Geo. FAUBLE, of the same town - for the purpose of making some repairs, and finding some of the curbing loose and disconnected, he began taking them out when the dirt commenced caving in upon him, and in a very short time he was buried so far under ground that it was until Sunday at about 12 o'clock before his body was reached. Death must have been almost instantaneous, as the sand was fine and packed very tightly about him. Mr. GREGORY leaves a wife and two children to mourn his untimely death, and Mrs. G. is in a very precarious condition, being enciente. ( 22 Feb 1883)


FAUBLE

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:
-BURIED ALIVE.
The sad intelligence reached our town on Friday last that Mr. Chas. GREGORY of Grove township, had been buried in a well. It seems that Mr. GREGORY went down into the well on his father-in-law's farm - Mr. Geo. FAUBLE, of the same town - for the purpose of making some repairs, and finding some of the curbing loose and disconnected, he began taking them out when the dirt commenced caving in upon him, and in a very short time he was buried so far under ground that it was until Sunday at about 12 o'clock before his body was reached. Death must have been almost instantaneous, as the sand was fine and packed very tightly about him. Mr. GREGORY leaves a wife and two children to mourn his untimely death, and Mrs. G. is in a very precarious condition, being enciente. ( 22 Feb 1883)


George FAUBLE

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:
-BURIED ALIVE.
The sad intelligence reached our town on Friday last that Mr. Chas. GREGORY of Grove township, had been buried in a well. It seems that Mr. GREGORY went down into the well on his father-in-law's farm - Mr. Geo. FAUBLE, of the same town - for the purpose of making some repairs, and finding some of the curbing loose and disconnected, he began taking them out when the dirt commenced caving in upon him, and in a very short time he was buried so far under ground that it was until Sunday at about 12 o'clock before his body was reached. Death must have been almost instantaneous, as the sand was fine and packed very tightly about him. Mr. GREGORY leaves a wife and two children to mourn his untimely death, and Mrs. G. is in a very precarious condition, being enciente. ( 22 Feb 1883)

-PENSIONERS.
Following is a list of pensioners in Crawford county, for what cause granted, and amount:
FREDERICVILLE
Henry ENGISN, rheumatism left hip, $6; Henry DAVENPORT, injury to abdomen, $4; John W. WALLACE, wound right leg, $4; Frederick L. BARKER, wound chest and shoulder, $12.
PERE CHENEY.
Elias WYCKOFF, chronic diarrhoea, $6; Geo. W. LOVE, injury to back and spine, $12; Orlando G. ANDREWS, wound right arm, $8; Ira CURRAN, wound left wrist, $12.
WELLINGTON.
Wilson HAYNES, loss of limb, $21; Cheeny W. HALL, chronic diarrhea, $4; Joshua SAFREED, debility, etc., $4.
GRAYLING.
Edward NICHOLS, wound left leg, $4; Chas. WAGNER, wound of head, $50; J. M. JONES, wound right thigh, $12.75; Lewis E. PARKER, dis. lungs, $8; Emeline J. LEONARD, mother, $8; George FAUBLE, wound left side, $6; Jonathan C. SILSBEE, consumption, $18; Mary STEVENSON, mother, $8; Thos. LOUND, rheumatism, $4; David NICHOLS, injury to abdomen, $4; Asa J. ROSE, injury right knee, $6. 17 (Jan 1884)

-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)

-George FAUBLE, of Grove, is enjoying a visit from a brother that he had not seen for 22 years. (6 Nov 1890)

-Supervisor George FAUBLE, of Grove, carries an ounce of rebel lead in his body, which has given him great trouble for nearly thirty years, and now renders him utterly helpless. From the irritation, a large abscess has formed, and his left side is paralized. (17 Sep 1891)

-ITEMS OF INTEREST
FOR THE WEEKS CORRESPONDING
WITH THE PRESENT - IN THE
HISTORY OF GRAYLING.
1885.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. FAUBLE, a daughter. (26 Jul 1894)

-Geo. FAUBLE, of Blaine, was in town last Monday. He expects to leave Crawford County for his farm in Allegan county some time next month. (7 Mar 1895)


George DAVIDSON

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. Geo. DAVIDSON, of Kawkawlin township, Bay county, a former resident of South Branch, is visiting her old neighbors this week. - Ros. News. (14 Nov 1889)

-George DAVIDSON, a former well known resident of South Branch township, died at his residence in Beaver township, Bay County, last week. Deceased was the father of Mrs. George HALL, of South Branch. - Roscommon News. (11 Feb 1897)


Mrs. Geo. DAVIDSON

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:
-SOUTH BRANCH ITEMS.
Mrs. Geo. DAVIDSON has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Geo. HALL, the past week. (14 Nov 1889)


Francis "Frank" L. 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)

-F. L. HADLEY, Esq., has returned from a two weeks visit to the old home and friends in Genesee county, glad to get back from the blizzards of that section to our equitable atmosphere. (19 Feb 1885)

-Word was received here last week of the death of Frank L. HADLEY at Holly, on Thursday. He was a resident of this village twenty years ago, and built the home now owned by Jno. LEECE, but later returned to his farm where he died. He had been an invalid for a long time and his death was not unexpected. (4 Jan 1906)

-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)


Louzette SMITH

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. F. L. HADLEY is entertaining her cousin, Mrs. J. B. SIMMONS, of N. Y., and her brother F. SMITH, of Grand Blanc. (14 Oct 1886)

-A telegram was received by Miss L. E. WILLIAMS, Tuesday, from F. L. HADLEY stating that his wife had died the previous day. Mrs. HADLEY was well known to most of our citizens as an exemplary wife, mother and neighbor. Mr. H. and daughter have the heartfelt sympathy of the entire community in their sad bereavement. (19 Jan 1893)

-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)


James PUBLOW

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 Bradford Lake, March 1st, 1883, by Rev. Wm. PUTNAM, Mr. James PUTBLOW, of Bradford Lake, and Miss Belle MATHER, of Petersburg, Mich. (8 Mar 1883)


Belle MATHER

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 Bradford Lake, March 1st, 1883, by Rev. Wm. PUTNAM, Mr. James PUTBLOW, of Bradford Lake, and Miss Belle MATHER, of Petersburg, Mich. (8 Mar 1883)


N. OLESON

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. N. OLESON and Miss Maria FISHER were united in marriage on Saturday evening last. (15 Mar 1883)


Maria FISHER

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. N. OLESON and Miss Maria FISHER were united in marriage on Saturday evening last. (15 Mar 1883)


Geo. RICHARDSON

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, Grayling, March 20, 1883, by Rev. S. EDGCUMBE, Mr. Geo. RICHARDSON and Miss Jennie GOODRICH, both of Pendis, Oscoda county, Mich. (22 Mar 1883)

-Geo. RICHARDSON of Mio, ex-sheriff of Oscoda Co., was here Monday on a business trip. (7 May 1908)


Jennie GOODRICH

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, Grayling, March 20, 1883, by Rev. S. EDGCUMBE, Mr. Geo. RICHARDSON and Miss Jennie GOODRICH, both of Pendis, Oscoda county, Mich. (22 Mar 1883)


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