Clarke Historical Library
Central Michigan University
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Simon King Papers
Simon King Papers,
.25 cubic feet (in 1 box)
The papers consists of business, personal, and legal papers related to land deals in Flint, Michigan, area.
The material is in English
Clarke Historical Library, Central Michigan University
250 East Preston Street
Mount Pleasant, MI 48859
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Simon King Papers are open for research.
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Simon King Papers, Folder # , Box #, Clarke Historical Library, Central Michigan University
Arrangement is chronological.
Simon King lived in Mumford and Wheatland, Monroe County, New York. His daughter, Martha, married Gershon Everts and they lived in Highland, New York. King was a dealer in Genesee County, Michigan, real estate. His business agents were Rueben McCreery and Willis Young, at the office of Judd and McCreery in Detroit. King’s brother was Henry King. Simon King also lived in Pulaski, Jackson County, Michigan, around 1851, and in Hillsdale County, Michigan after 1849. (This information is from the collection.)
Collection Scope and Content Note
King’s papers include personal and business correspondence, and legal papers relating to land deals in the Flint, Genesee County, Michigan, area.
- King, Simon.
- Young, Willis.
- McCreery, Reuben.
- Everts, Martha King.
- Judd and McCreery (Detroit, Mich.)
- Jackson County (Mich.)--History.
- Pulaski (Jackson County, Mich. : Township)--History.
- Monroe County (N.Y.)
- Genesee County (Mich.)--History.
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