Location: Saginaw County MI

1894 Michigan State Census – Saginaw County

United States Soldiers of the Civil War Residing in Michigan, June 1, 1894 [ Names within brackets are reported in letters. ] Albee Township – John N. Slocum, Leonard W. Perry. Carlos E. Hall, Charles Gilder, Franklin Hicks. Andrew J. Showers, A. M. Boucher, Philip Sheffield, Wni. H. Rathburn, Francis Jennings. James Irvine, Benjamin J. Brownell. Howard J. Albee, Joseph Pollock, Napoleon Whittier, Orrin F. Ervine, James A. Gould, John Davis, Charles J. Sutton. Stephen Jones, Seymour Bortle. Birch Run Township – Josiah T. Grant, Hartford M. Harding, Allen R. Brown, William H. H. Douglass, Jay Morse, John Cook, George

Biography of Frank Eugene Williams

Frank Eugene Williams, an active member of the St. Louis bar, who is keenly interested in questions of civic betterment and whose efforts in that direction are far-reaching and resultant, was born in Saginaw county, Michigan, July 6, 1892. His father, George Gordon Williams, is a native of Flushing, Michigan, and through his active business life followed the occupation of farming but is now living retired, making his home in St. Louis. He is prominent in Masonic circles. He married Anna E. Irland, of Genesee county, Michigan, who passed away leaving two children: Frank E., of this review; and Cecil

Biography of Andrew, Scott Rev.

Rev. Andrew Scott. The qualities of real manhood and the power of leadership were never in greater demand in church work than today. The clergy have always been men of education and of fine moral standing, and with these qualities the successful pastor must now combine the spiritual enthusiasm and some of the same enterprise and energy which are such vital assets in the business world. A better type of this modern minister Champaign County does not have than in the case of Rev. Mr. Scott, pastor of the Christian Church at Fisher. Mr. Scott is a man of letters,

Biographical Sketch of John G. W. Cowles

Cowles, John G. W.; financier; born, Oberlin, O., March 14, 1836; son of Rev. Henry and Alice Welch Cowles; educated in public and preparatory schools of Oberlin; entered Oberlin College, graduating in 1856; studied for the ministry, earning money for education by teaching; graduated from the Oberlin Theological Seminary in 1859; married, in 1859, to Lois M. Church, of Vertmontville, Mich.; issue, two daughters, living, and two sons, deceased; second marriage, to Miss Beatrice Walker, of Brantford, Conn.; issue, one daughter, Jeanette, born in 1905; preached in the Congregational Church of Bellevue from 1859 to 1861; joined the army then;

Biography of Herbert M. Howison, Prof.

Prof. Herbert M. Howison. As one of the flourishing cities of Kansas, Parsons has representatives in nearly all the industries and professions. As a developer of its musical interest the city has recently received an important addition in the person of Herbert M. Howison, a prominent professional musician and a man of wide experience as a teacher and devotee of the art. Professor Howison is a young man of much talent and has been thoroughly trained in many of the best schools and under some of the best instructors of the country. The family have lived in this country for

Erskine, Margaret F. – Obituary

Enterprise, Wallowa County, Oregon Margaret F. Erskine died August 9, 1978, at the Wallowa Memorial Hospital where she has been a patient for four weeks after 5 years of failing health. Born July 2, 1918, in Saginaw County, Michigan, she was the daughter of John and Catherine Brady. On May 1, 1953, she was married at Angora, Indiana to Ray Erskine. Mrs. Erskine was a resident of Wallowa County for the past 3 months. Services and internment were held in the Riverside Cemetery of St. Charles, Michigan. Survivors are her husband Ray of Joseph; a son, George T. Marko of

Chippewa Indians

Chippewa Indians. The earliest accounts of the Chippewa associate them particularly with the region of Sault Sainte Marie, but they came in time to extend over the entire northern shore of Lake Huron and both shores of Lake Superior, besides well into the northern interior and as far west as the Turtle Mountains of North Dakota.