Sebewa Recollector
Items of Genealogical Interest

Volumes 17-20
Transcribed by LaVonne I. Bennett

     LaVonne has received permission from Grayden Slowins to edit and submit Sebewa Recollector items of genealogical interest, from the beginning year of 1965 through current editions.

Volume 17-1 (1981) Sunfield Elevator; John Joynt   Volume 19-1 (1983) Danby Cemetery; Blind Johnny Smith
Volume 17-2 (1981) Woodbury businesses; Sebewa Center School   Volume 19-2 (1983) Eaton County courthouse; Charles Estep diary
Volume 17-3 (1981) WWII veterans from Sunfield; Yeoman, Henderson and York families; LeValley United Methodist Church; Sebewa Center School   Volume 19-3 (1983) Charles Estep diary
Volume 17-4 (1982) Sebewa Center School, Rairigh sawmill; LeValley United Methodist Church   Volume 19-4 (1984) Making a living in Sebewa; Cemetery matters; Sunfield Sentinel; G.A.R.; Charles Estep diary
Volume 17-5 (1982) Johnny Smith; high school basketball; Baldwin School   Volume 19-5 (1984) Nancy J. Linhart; Auctioneers; Charles Estep diary
Volume 17-6 (1982) Woodbury; John Grieves   Volume 19-6 (1984) Charles Estep diary; Pluck a duck
Volume 18-1 (1982) John Friend family; VanderHeyden house   Volume 20-1 (1984) Video taping, Portland; "Root the Old Man Out"; Lawrence Knapp
Volume 18-2 (1982) Showerman homestead; Irving A. Brown; Heman & Amelia Brown; Don Benschoter WWI; John Lich, Sr.; August V. Meyers WWI   Volume 20-2 (1984) Ionia County Infirmary Cemetery; The Pond; miscellaneous
Volume 18-3 (1982) WWI; 1918; Christmas; John Lich, Sr.   Volume 20-3 (1984) Union Burying Grounds; William W. Bogue
Volume 18-4 (1983) Microfilm reader in Sunfield   Volume 20-4 (1985) William Milne; Lester Lake; Lumbert; Bippley
Volume 18-5 (1983) Getting around; Poor House Cemetery; William Conkite   Volume 20-5 (1985) Sebewa Center and Johnson Schools; Smallpox; Benschoten family
Volume 18-6 (1983)     Volume 20-6 (1985) VanBenschoten; Mae Armour; Myrtle Lovell Welch
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Last update November 16, 2013