Ionia County, Michigan

Posted Queries for January 1998


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BUSH posted by Gordon Bush on Thursday, January 1, 1998

Looking for information on George W. BUSH born about 1823 in New York. He has been untraceable for me since the 1880 census in Ionia County. I would also be looking for any information on any of these daughters listed in the 1860 census. 1860 Census, Courtland Twp., Kent Co., Michigan Page 609. Found George W. Bush age 32, farmer, born in NY. Along with him is Mary, age 31, born in Canada-West. Also children Seelia E., age 14, Evaliza J.,age 9, Cornelia J., age 7, Charles F., age 3, and Rosaline C., age 1, all born in MI. In September 26, 1877 in Ionia - George W. Bush bought 80 acres of land in Berlin Twp. for $4000.00 Page 497 of the Warranty Deed book for that year. 1880 Census, Berlin Twp., Ionia Co., Michigan George BUSH, age 52, farmer, born in NY. Along with him is Mary, age 50, born in Canada. Also daughter Cappie, age 21, born in MI.  In the very next household is Frederick BUSH is listed in the 1880 Soundex living in Ionia Co. With Emma and sons Ellis and Ernest.  Frederick is listed as 22 years of age living in Berlin Twp. Ionia Co. Born in MI. His occupation is farmer His fathers birthplace is NY and his mothers birthplace is Canada. Emma is listed as 26 years old, born in MI. Her fathers birthplace is listed as Ohio and her mothers birthplace is listed as Mass. Son Ellis born in MI age 2. Son Ernest born in MI age 11 months and born in the month of July All I know of George's wife Mary is that she was born in Canada. Possibility: There is a BUSH, George W. sealed in marriage to a  NIXON, Mary Jane on 27 Dec 1849 in Calhoun County, Illinois.

EDDY, HARTWELL, HARWOOD, OTIS posted by David W. Raber on Thursday, January 1, 1998

I have a LOT of information I would be happy to share on the Hartwell family in Saranac, as well as their related families -- Otis, Eddy, and Harwood.  My research goes back to the 1600s in New England, and, in the case of the Otises, to records from England, ca. 1500. 

BALCOM posted by Gary W Balcom on Friday, January 2, 1998

There is a Myron Balcom buried in Balcom cemetary but I'm not sure yet how he is connected to the Balcom family. Looking for historical information regarding naming of Balcom cemetary?  Who it was named after, circumstances, when, etc.?

BELL posted by Jennifer Sneirson     on Friday, January 2, 1998

I am looking for information about the BELL family of Ionia County, Michigan. I once found a book at the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah entitled "The Bells of Ionia County"...I would very much like to see this book again. Please e-mail me if you have any information about the BELL family or this book. Thankyou! ...

HOLCOMB posted by donna holcomb on Monday, January 5, 1998

Levi HOLCOMB B:c1794 NY. Moved with his family c1853 to Muir, Ionia,MI from Ohio. His family: Laura(Marsh) wife, "Jack"Holcomb c1820, Horace Porter c1825, Elizababeth c.1830 spouse Reed.  Levi was still alive in 1872 and was living with his son Porter Holcomb in Oceana Co. when Porter died.  The obit listed Levi as living in Ionia Co.  I am looking for Levi's and Laura's death and any decendents living in the Ionia Co. area.  I have a lot of information to share Thank you Donna Jones Holcomb - My mailing forwarding address is: 101 Rainbow Dr #3197, Livingston, TX 77351 (We are originally from the St. Johns, MI area.)

EASTEPP, ESLEP, ESTEP posted by P. Godesky on Wednesday, January 7, 1998

Looking for information on the John ESTEP family of Sebewa Twp, Ionia Co, MI.  John was married to Mary (Probably Daugherty) and both were born in Maryland as well as at least 3 of their children. They moved there about 1842 and had the following children:John William, Joseph (all born MD) Francis, Mark, Margaret, Jerome, Samuel (all born MI).  Trying to fill in blanks on this family. Thanks.

COON, GOOBY, HALL, KUHN, MULL, THORNTON posted by Toni Falcon on Wednesday, January 7, 1998

More info. of each of these surnames is located on my homepage (see above).

GAGE, WEEKS posted by Shirley Hodges on Thursday, January 8, 1998

Seeking info on Jasper S. GAGE and Deborah WEEKS.

ARMSTRONG, BELDEN, CLOUSE, GRAYBILL, HONEY, LLOYD, MABIE, MAR, NELSON posted by Cindy Bryant on Thursday, January 8, 1998

Searching for descendants of John C MABIE  and Salecta, bur in Palo Cemetery Ionia County. Lived in North Plains in 1860. 1-John C MABIE (abt 1819-15 Apr 1864) sp: Salecta (MABIE) (abt 1816-5 Feb 1869)     2-Mary A. MABIE (abt 1838-) (This person may be  a neice, and daughter of Jeremiah)     2-Helen C. MABIE (abt 1841-21 Dec 1893) Helen moved to MO abt 1884. Palo has an Emily Belden buried 1860, Could that be Francis' 1st wife, mother or child? sp: Francis BELDEN (Nov 1831-Jan 1911)         3-Ella BELDEN (abt 1863-)         sp: O.J. NELSON (-)         3-John BELDEN (abt 1866-)         sp: Effie GRAYBILL (-)         3-Mark L. BELDEN (abt 1868-)         sp: Lillie ARMSTRONG (-)         3-Clara Emmaline BELDEN (19 Jun 1869-30 Apr 1949)         sp: George Albert LLOYD (7 Mar 1868-)         3-Frank BELDEN (-)         sp: Lizzie CLOUSE (-)         3-Kate BELDEN (-)         sp: A.C. NELSON (-)     2-Emma A. MABIE (abt 1842-) Where abouts unknown.     2-Milton W. MABIE (abt 1843-)     2-Clark L. MABIE (?? MAR 1849-), he was in Clare Co, and Gladwin Co, MI.     sp: Laura (MABIE) (abt 1854-)         3-Edna MABIE (abt 1877-)         sp: _______ HONEY (-)             4-Ledrue HONEY (abt 1903-)             4-Blythe HONEY (abt 1907-)         3-Flossie MABIE (abt 1889-)

HEAVEN, JACKSON posted by Richard Heaven on Saturday, January 10, 1998

Looking for family of Clarissa JACKSON born Auburn, NY June 30, 1820. Married to Thomas HEAVEN formerly of Warwick, England by L. Pain. Clariss died December 10, 1896 in Clarksville, Michigan.  Thomas died September 18, 1878 in Clarksville, Michigan.  They had 12 children.

PARKS posted by Joan McConnon on Saturday, January 10, 1998

I have some PARK(S) family photos that I would like to get to the family members. 

DYE posted by Loyd Dye on Sunday, January 11, 1998

Seeking information on the DYE family who settled in Ionia County.

MYERS posted by Gaylia Brown on Sunday, January 11, 1998

Seeking information on the MYERS family. 

DAVID posted by Robert Frei on Tuesday, January 13, 1998

I have found several relatives in Ionia county (from the Mulliken area) and also a few other DAVIDs who are probably related. My research is only beginning there, but it may go faster if others searching for them can also contact me. Thanx

ALDERMAN, CULP posted by Debbie Mikula on Tuesday, January 13, 1998

1. Searching for surname ALDERMAN - Zopher and Deborah - arrived in New Berlin, Ionia county 1836. Had 8 children. 2. Searching for surname CULP - Henry and Nancy - Lake Odessa area, Had 10 children. Thanks for your time,

BUCKELEW, HAMPSHIRE posted by John R. Adams on Tuesday, January 13, 1998

I have just found out about the GenWeb project this evening. I have many places of interest, but the heart of most of my research is in Ionia County. For the past several years I have been searching for the parents of Charles David Hampshire. He and his wife, Christina Buckelew Hampshire are burried in Balcom Cemetary. If you look around in Balcom, as I am sure you have, you will find many Hampshires. I have just recently succeded in finding Charles' ancestors back to 1756 and the emmigrant ancestor. Further research will require European assistance. However, I am going to try to reconstruct the descendant of Charles and all of his 9 brothers and sisters. Most of them ended up in Ionia County around the 1930's or a little earlier. I have information about Lowdens and Gaffney's as well. They have all been in Ionia County for eons.

CARIGON, HOWE posted by Bill & Shirley Maxwell on Tuesday, January 13, 1998

I met these people in the genealogy room at the Ionia Hall-Fowler Library. They are searching for the following Ionia people. Willard Howe was born in NH 11-30-1796, his wife Martha was born in VT on 4-3-1803. They had a daughter, Augusta who was born in NY on 3-19-1842. Willard died in Orleans, Ionia County on 1-20-1872. Martha also died in Orleans on 9-19-1883. Daughter, Augusta married Edward Carigon who was born in NY in 1833. Both Augusta and Edward died in Hope, Michigan. Augusta on 1-6-1907 and Edward on 6-25-1895. Edward's parents were Silas Carigon and Belinda Carigon. Any info on this family would be greatly appreciated

HENRY, KOUTZ, TROWBRIDGE posted by Cindy Bryant on Tuesday, January 13, 1998

Searching for Francis HENRY, age 14, female, 1860 N.Plains, Ionia Co census, living with Jacob Koutz. Parents may be Mary KOUTZ Henry and Johnson Henry who were married Stark Co, OH, 1844. In 1854, Mary KOUTZ. Henry married Elisha TROWBRIDGE in Ionia Co, MI. Mary died in 1860, Campbell Twp, Ionia Co. Have been unable to locate a death record or marriage record for Francis Henry.-

TRYON posted by Victoria Titus on Tuesday, January 13, 1998

Could you please add TRYON to the list of surnames . I have an Adelia Tryon that seems to have materialized out of thin air in Hillsdale Co. I am collecting data on every Tryon family in MI to try to nail down who her parents were. Vicki

BAILEY, FROST, GOTT, HAYSMER, JONES, MOE, MURRAY, SMITH, STORMS, WEBSTER posted by Eric Lund on Tuesday, January 13, 1998

I am researching several families who lived in Ionia County and would enjoy opportunity to share, learn, and add to my research." Family names include: Bailey (Portland and area) and related branches: WEBSTER, STORMS, JONES, FROST, SMITH; GOTT (Portland); HAYSMER (Ionia); MOE (Belding, Smyma); MURRAY. Anyone having information that may help contact Mr. Lund

FLANAGAN, MABIE, MAYBEE posted by Cindy Bryant on Tuesday, January 13, 1998

Needed, marriage record for Harriet Mabie (Maybee) and William Flanagan, somewhere around 1869, in Ionia Co., or neighboring counties. She is dau. of Jeremiah Mabie, and shortly after marriage moved to Newmarket, Ontario, Canada.

TOLLES posted by Alyce Jane Morrow on Tuesday, January 13, 1998

Searching surname TOLLES.

DEMARAY, LIPSCOMB posted by Diana Davis on Tuesday, January 13, 1998

Edward Albert DEMARAY came from CANADA.Son of Julie and CALVIN DEMARAY. sibs are: Rose, ALf, George, John, Libbie, Ben, and Minnie DEMARAY. Edward m Ella Roseline LIPSCOMB, daugt of Randy LIPSCOMB, bef 1887 in IONIA CO. Had 4 chld: Herbert, Bertha, Letha, Audrey. Letha b Jun 4 1890 in Sebawa twnshp. Family attended Sebewa Baptist Church. Have info from 1890 on. Looking for info on DDEMARAY and LIPSCOMB prior to 1890 (LAKE ODESSA, WOODLAND, SEBEWA) Thanks

BARBER, FOX posted by Joann Sebasta on Tuesday, January 13, 1998

I have been searching for my greatgrand mothers line . Her name is Harriet A Barber born in Michigan in 1865. Married William Chester Fox ,Ohio in 1887. Their first two daughters were born in Indiana, probably Garrett in 1990 and 1992. They are listed in the Michigan census in 1900 and 1910 as living in Lake Odessa Ionia co,

GROVE posted by Steven W. Grove on Tuesday, January 13, 1998

Hi, my great great grandfather and many of his brothers came to Lebanon township, I believe it was back in the 1860's. They were farmers and there names were Jonathan, Cornelius, Milo, Jasper, Shannon and Warren Grove. Has anybody got info on these folk?

DARROW posted by H. Andrew Brown on Tuesday, January 13, 1998

Seek contact with descendants of Russell DARROW of Vermontville\Eaton\MI who settled in Ionia County, Michigan including Addison DARROW d.1900 Ionia\Ionia\MI.

EBERCAUSEN, SAMPLE posted by James Sample on Tuesday, January 13, 1998

Seeking info on Frederick James Ebercausen (b.ca 1851, Ontario) m. Margaret Jane Sample (b. ca 1857, Ireland) 5 Oct 1880, Kent Co., Ont. At the time of marriage he gave Ionia Co., Mich. as his place of residence; occupation, farmer. Any info re: children, death, burial. would be helpful.

HOPKINS, MESSER posted by Vernon Hall on Tuesday, January 13, 1998

My Grandmother, Eleanora Hopkins, Nee Hopkins, was married to William Hopkins, when she passed away in 1963. She was born 1892 in Conneaut or State Line, Ohio. William was a distant cousin (3,4,5th) . There were many relatives in the Ionia, Belding area. I am her grandson and was named after her brother Vernon who was a state trooper. Another brother was named Gaylord. Many of her descendants are today living in northeast Ohio. She had at least 7 children. All in Ohio. I remember seeing our Michigan relatives last in 1963 just before she died. I remember because I was in the Navy and while in Belding, The USS Thresher went down with all hands, this was near Easter in April that year. would be interested in any material that may relate. Or even contact with anyone who would be acquainted with her and her mother's last years. Her Mother's last name was Messer. She passed away around the same time. She was living in a nursing home south of Belding. William Hopkins outlived Eleanora and I have no knowledge of when he died, he was in his late 70's maybe early 80's in 1963, a rather large robust man. Used to be a lumberjack in UP in early part of century. Would appreciate any help. Also looking for a Messer who died in 1963-65(?) near 100 years old, she is my ggm and is the mother of my gm Hopkins. There is a remote possibility that the surname may have been Landmesser. Thanks again! Vern Hall

BENNETT, ELLIS, TAPPEN posted by Jeff Bennett on Tuesday, January 13, 1998

I was able to find cemetery records for Amelia E. Bennett 1913-5/8/1964, Bradley J. Bennett 1908-1967, and a Bennett, Baby Girl 2/17/1964 on your web page for clarksville cemetery. Thank you. Do you have any additional information on this family? Bradley was the son of Edgar J. Bennett and Grace Lurla TAPPEN (married in Rexton MI). Edgar J. Bennett was the son of William H. Bennett and Minera ELLIS, Huron County, MI.

FERGUSON posted by Rob Robinson on Tuesday, January 13, 1998

Looking for information on Alonzo(A.L.)(b. 1836 Ohio) or Mary A FERGUSON(b.1837 Canada).Their children were George W.(b. 1860 MI), Biron T.(b. 1867 MI) and Lilian A.(b. 1874 MI). A.L. was also listed with his father Byce(b. 1801 NY) Ferguson. Thank you

FROST, PAXSON posted by Elaine Bennett-Sharp on Tuesday, January 13, 1998

I am interested in finding information about the Frost surname in Ionia Co. My great-aunt, Leola (Paxson) Frost was married to Maxie Frost. He died not long after they were married, many years before I was born. I was told that he was a builder, and that he had built the home in Dearborn where my "Aunt Leola" lived. She died in 1970, at age 71, I think, and is buried in Belding, though I do not know the name of the cemetery. I basically know nothing about her husband's family, and am curious about his background. I'm afraid there is no one left in my family who can tell me any more details about my great-uncle Maxie Frost. If my memory serves correctly, the houses in Dearborn, MI were built about 1930, and I believe that is about when he and Leola were married. I do not know what year he died. I recall that Maxie had a brother who was an attorney or insurance man, but I do not know his name. Yes, Maxie and Leola lived in Dearborn, but his family roots must have been in Ionia County, or else it makes no sense for them to be buried clear over in Belding, as they are.

DAVID posted by Robert Frei on Tuesday, January 13, 1998

My David family genealogy is still growing. I have identified a few hundred more descendents, and may soon be able to tie in all of the "loose DAVIDs" who turned up in Ionia and surrounding counties to whom I have not yet made a connection. I would like to post a query specifically asking for anyone who knows about: 1. The family of the Ionia County Commissioner, Lewis C. David, who died in Ionia in 1929 (his father was James David of New York) 2. The family of Belinda David, who married James Burnes and lived in Ionia and/or Ingham Counties in the mid 1800's. 3. The family of Edwin A. David, who was reported to be a farmer in section 19 of Portland Twp. in the 1872 Ionia County directory. These are the loose ends I still have in the area. If anyone can shed light on them I would be most appreciative. Thanx

CHADDOCK posted by RHutch3214 on Tuesday, January 13, 1998

I'm looking for information on William Hartwell CHADDOCK, he died in1877 in Pewamo. THANKS IN ADVANCE:)

BELEN, FANDEL, GELLER, NOEKER posted by Gene Cramer on Thursday, January 15, 1998

Peter FANDEL and Mary Ann BELEN come to America Peter FANDEL and his wife Mary Ann Belen Fandel owned and operated a farm in the Moselle Valley region of western Germany. The exact location of their farm we do not know but we recall references to nearby citeis as we listened to conversations between Mother and Grandmother. These were the places mentioned: Sarre, Sarrbourg, Koblenz, and Trier -- but we know the nearest village was, at that time, Wachsweiler. Both Grandfather Peter and Grandmother Mary Ann were born in 1825. After the birth of three of their children (Carl, Angeline, and Chris ) , they made the decision  to come to America and make a home there in 1865 . The little group consisting of Grandfather, Grandmother, and their three children, and brother John Fandel, sister Gertrude Fandel, and a niece whose name I do not know left Germany forever. They loaded their belongings  on  carts which they pushed the distance to Antwerp.  It was a distance of less than 200 miles, and we have no details of how the trip was arranged. After three or four years of tenant farming Grandfather bought a farm in Livingston County near Parshallville.  Later in order to be near relatives, he sold this farm and bought one in Fowler Michigan -- and it was there in December of 1899 that Grandmother died.  A little later Grandfather came to live with us in Wacousta and for several years he was one of our family.  He died August 10, 1912. Both he and Grandmnother are buried in  Holy Trinity Cemetary in Fowler Michingan. After coming to America two daughters were born, both during the residence in Parschalville. They were Elizabeth Fandel NOEKER and Anna Fandel GELLER.

CRAMER, FANDEL, VERNER, WERNER posted by Gene Cramer on Thursday, January 15, 1998

I am searching for Robert CRAMER, a Lutheran born at Westpreisen Muhlen or Westprussian Mills or Westpreussen Muhlen. This is what I know from his obituary: Robert H. CRAMER was born 5 November 1851 at West Prussian Mills [Westpreisen Mills] of which his father was owner in what was then Germany. He came to America in the spring of 1866 (1868) alone, a friend having started with him , but on arriving at the seaport backed out, and so far as he knows none of his relatives have ever came here. When he left home had some extra money for use when he arrived, which was for safekeeping sewed inside his coat but before reaching New York someone had managed to extract it undiscovered and he landed in New York without a cent, and unable to speak a word, except in his own language. He soon found work and after a time went to Allegheny, Pennsylvania and later to Michigan where he found work in a sawmill. He had learned the milling business of his father at home, and after learning the language sufficiently, soon found employment at his trade. He had charge of the water mills at Portland Michigan for several years, competing for some time successfully with the other mills with improved machinery. He died in Portland Michigan on 14 June 1901.    He was an upright and consistent Christian in the true sense of the word, an active member of the Roman Catholic Church in Portland, where his remains were conveyed on Monday morning, June 17, accompanied by sympathizing friends and neighbors, and after the usual services were observed, his body was laid to rest in the Catholic grounds there.  Obituary  published The Clinton Republican  20 June 1901  page 8 column 2   He married Angeline FANDEL of Fowler Michigan; they had 11 children (4 males and 7 females).  Two males and 1 female went to Oklahoma; I am a descendant of one.  Males Charles and Robert stayed in Michigan. A family letter shows that Robert's father had died while he was was still quite young. Some time later his mother remarried. Possibly at this time Robert departed for USA. This second husband, a widower with several children, was a Mr. WERNER or VERNER, a schoolmaster. A family photograph, taken about 1880, shows Robert's mother and her second husband. The photographer's name was H. Wittman and he was located at Deutsche-Krone or Dt.-Krone. I am Robert CRAMER's great grandson. I have tried several books and maps, but Westpreisen Muhlen must have been a small place, not a city. Attempts to reach Michigan relatives have been unsuccessful. I give much material just so you see some context.

ST-JOHN posted by Verne St. John on Friday, January 16, 1998

GG-Grandparents Silvester (or Sylvester) and Sarah (Pound) ST.JOHN came to Ionia about 1860 from Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. We think all their five sons and three of their four daughters came with them (oldest daughter, Mary, married and remained in Canada). We don't know when or where Silvester died; however, believe Sarah died in or near Ionia, December 10, 1888, though have not been able to verify this (I've checked through the cemetery info here). Sylvester and Sarah's children are: Mary E.; Emily J.; James Nelson; Eliza R.; George Andrew; Sarah; Albert Culmer; Robert; Sydney. I've gone through all the marvelous information offered as this site, but unfortunately could find no info on ST. JOHN. Thanks for any info anyone out there can pass along.

ADAIR, ARMSTRONG, BELDEN, CLOUSE, GRAYBILL, LLOYD, MABIE, NELSON posted by Cindy Bryant on Saturday, January 17, 1998

HISTORY OF HARRISON COUNTY, MO 825 Mark L. BELDEN, an enterprising business man, of Ridgeway, who is engaged in the grain business there and conducts the Ridgeway Elevator, is a native of Michigan. He was born March 24, 1868 and is the, son of Francis J. and Helen (MABIE) Belden. Francis J. Belden was a native of Vermont and his wife was born in the state of New York. Early in life they removed to Michigan and in 1884, when Mark L. Belden was sixteen years old, the family came to Missouri and settled in Lincoln Township, Harrison County, and here the parents spent the remainder of their lives. To Francis J. and Helen (Mabie) Belden were born the following children: John S., who married Effie GRAYBILL, and she is now deceased, and he was married again and now lives at Anthony, Kansas; Frank, married Lizzie CLOUSE and lives at Cambridge, Kansas; Ella, married . J. NELSON and is now deceased; Clara, married G. A. LLOYD, of Hillsdale, Kansas; Kate, married A. C. NELSON, Ford City, Missouri; and Mark L., the subject of this sketch. Mark L. Belden received his education in the public schools of Michigan and early in life engaged in farming. He owns 150 acres of land and followed farming and stock raising for a few years. He then engaged in business at Eagleville, where he remained seven years and was afterwards located in business at Hatfield for five years. In 1917, he took charge of the Ridgeway elevator and has conducted the grain business there to the present time. This elevator affords a good market for the farmers in the vicinity of Ridgeway and Mr. Belden does an extensive business. Mr. Belden was married in 1892 to Miss Lillie ARMSTRONG and the following children have been born to them: George married Gertrude ADAIR and lives in Bethany, Missouri; Lois, lives with her father; Lee, who served in the aviation section of the navy during the World War, and at the time of his death in 1920, he was connected with the Donelson Motor Company, of Ridgeway, Missouri. Mr. Belden is a Republican and has always taken an active interest in local affairs. He served as collector of Lincoln Township for three terms and served in the same capacity for two terms in Grant Township. He is a member of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, Modern Woodmen of America and the Brotherhood of America Yeomen and holds membership in the United Brethren Church. I just got this in the mail from Harrison Co, MO. Helen C Mabie was daughter of John C Mabie who is buried in Palo. She married Frances Belden.

RITTER, WALTER posted by Suzanne Preissler on Sunday, January 18, 1998

Hi.. I do not see the name Walter (no s on the end) I grew up in Ionia and graduated in 1976. My maiden name was Suzanne WALTER and my married name is Preissler. I would love to get hold of a few people I grew up with.. but dont know how. My parents still live in Ionia and my mother is from the RITTERs of Saranac who have been there for a few century's

HULL, LEE posted by Eva Burns Bachman on Friday, January 23, 1998

Need info. on Amasa and Electa LEE. They moved to Ionia County by Aug. 1846. Their daughter, Alvira, m. Rowland HULL. Any information on them or their children welcome.

HULL, INGALLS, LEE posted by Eva Burns Bachman on Friday, January 23, 1998

Looking for any information on the children of Rowland and Alvira LEE HULL. They had 10 children many of whom stayed in the Ionia County area. Their third son, Amasa L. m. Diana M. Ingalls. Any descendants please contact me.

ANDERSON, THACKER, WHITE posted by Katherine Thacker on Monday, January 26, 1998

Seeking information on and/or contact with descendants of Eugene, Lorraine, Elmerly, and Viola THACKER originally from Pike Co., KY.Parents are George Washington and Brooksy ANDERSON THACKER. Children are said to have moved to Ionia, MI and Viola married Gilbert (?) WHITE .

MORTON posted by Avis Russell on Thursday, January 29, 1998

Need any information regarding ALEXANDER MORTON who died Feb. 17, 1895. Is this individual the one who previously lived first in Ingham Co. 1850s and 1860, and who was born in New York about 1807? Would like name of cemetery in which he is buried and any inscription from his tombstone.

BOLSTER posted by Sally BOLSTER HOLCOMBE on Thursday, January 29, 1998

Am looking for any information on Thomas Elliott/Elliott Thomas BOLSTER, b. 1849, Wayne TWP, Erie Co., PA; d. _____, MI. He married Addie L. _____ (b. 1849, MI; d. 1902, Ionia Co., MI). Addie L. and the one child I know of, Harris M. BOLSTER, are buried in Green Cemetery, Orleans TWP. MI. Thomas Elliott/Elliott BOLSTER is not buried there, but he owned the burial plot. I want to know when/where Thomas/Elliott BOLSTER died; and if he had other children, any data on them. I also want to know Addie L. BOLSTER's maiden name.

CHILDS, WEEKS posted by Sally BOLSTER HOLCOMBE on Thursday, January 29, 1998

Am looking for the birth/death information, parents and siblings of Walter W. WEEKS and Sarah CHILDS (both born between 1850- 1870). Walter and Sarah married and lived on a farm in Aurelius TWP, Ingham Co., MI. Their children: Ralph WEEKS and Mabel Eva WEEKS (b. 21 Dec 1889, Aurelius TWP, Ingham Co., MI).

BISSELL, EALY, HUNT, LUDWICK posted by Larry Snyder on Saturday, January 31, 1998

Looking for family info on Benjamin HUNT b. 5/10/1831 Erie Co. NY Moved to MI 1834. d. May 3, 1901 Pewamo MI. In 1854 m. Prudence EALY. Their child Sarah J. Hunt LUDWICK. On Feb 28 1862 m. Mrs. Eliza BISSELL

 


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