Jackson County MI

Biographical Sketch of Harry G. Crafts

Harry G. Crafts, one of Redlands most enterprising horticulturists, was born in Jackson, Michigan, in 1853. His father, Myron H. Crafts, was the first settler in Crafton, California, which place was named after him. The subject of this sketch is extensively engaged in farming and fruit raising, and lives four miles west of Redlands.

Biographical Sketch of Edwin Dwight Lowell

Lowell, Edwin Dwight; sec’y American Fork & Hoe Co.; born, Jackson, Mich., 1872; son of Judson Clarke and Mary Jane Kellogg Lowell; married, Cleveland, April 17, 1907, Florence Adams; sec’y and director The American Fork & Hoe Co.; same offices in The National Handle Co.; Mason; member Country, Euclid, and Athletic Clubs.

Ornaldo Sylvester Todd of North Leoni MI

Ornaldo Sylvester Todd8, (John7, Daniel6, Daniel5, Daniel4, Daniel3, Samuel2, Christopher1) born Feb. 21, 1853, in North Leoni, Jackson County, Mich., married Sept. 30, 1877, Sarah Jane, daughter of Frederick A. and Hannah Maria (Newcomb) Horsman, who was born Dec. 6, 1854, in Boston, Mass., where her father was a dry goods merchant. For a short …

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Biography of C. W. Wernicke

The County treasurer of Lincoln County, Idaho, C. W. Wernicke, is also the pioneer hardware merchant of Shoshone, and throughout the eighteen years of his residence here has been prominently connected with the various interests which have contributed to the growth, prosper-ity and advancement of town and County. He belongs to that class of progressive …

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