Standard atlas of Ingham County, Michigan : including a plat book of the villages, cities and townships of the county...farmers directory, reference business directory...
Geo. A. Ogle & Co.

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Page  5 TABLE OF CONTENTS. GENERAL N1VDEX. TITLE PAGE................................. TABLE OF CONTENTS....................... OUTLINE MAP OF INGHAM COUNTY....... MAP OF THE STATE OF MICHIGAN...... MAP OF THE UNITED STATES............. MAP OF THE WORLD........................ ALPHABETICAL LIST OF TOWNS AND CITIES...................................... REFERENCE DIRECTORY OF INGHAM COUNTY............................... PAGE "3 5 7 82-83 86-87 "-90-91 81-84 93 ILLUSTRATIONS............................ ANALYSIS OF THE SYSTEM OF UNITED STATES LAND SURVEYS..... Supplement DIGEST OF THE SYSTEM OF CIVIL GOVERNMENT....................Supplement PAGE 99 I-II IIi-VI GENERAL INFORMATION REGARDING BANKING AND BUSINESS METHODS,................................ Supplement VII-VIII INGIHAM COUNTY INDEX. ALAIEDON TOWNSHIP........................ AURELIUS TOWNSHIP......................... AURELIUS, PLAT OF....................... BUNKER HILL TOWNSHIP...................... BUNKER HILL, PLAT OF....................... COLLEGEVILLE, PLAT OF................... DANSVILLE, PLAT OF....................... DELHI TOWNSHIP........................... DELHI, PLAT OF................................ DELHI CENTER, PLAT OF...................... FITCHBURG, PLAT OF.......................... HAMILTON, PLAT OF........................... HASLETT PARK, PLAT OF................. PAGE 19 31 77 37 75 67 69 17 73 73 79 77 63 INGHAM TOWNSHIP......................... LANSING TOWNSHIP-........................... LANSING, NORTH PART OF..................... LANSING, MIDDLE". PART OF.................... LANSING, SOUTH PART OF................. LEROY TOWNSHIP............................. LEROY, PLAT OF............................... LESLIE TOWNSHIP............................... LESLIE, PLAT OF......................... LOCKE TOWNSHIP............................... MASON, NORTH PART OF...................... MASON, SOUTH PART OF..................... MERIDIAN TOWNSHIP........................... PAGE 27 15 42-43 46-47 50-51 23 75 35 66-67 9 54-55 58-59 13 PA NORTH LESLIE, PLAT OF........................ NOVA SCOTIA, PLAT OF......................; OKEMOS, PLAT OF............... ONONDAGA TOWNSHIP......................ONONDAGA, PLAT OF........................ STOCKBRIDGE TOWNSHIP................... STOCKBRIDGE, PLAT OF..................... VEVAY TOWNSHIP............................ WEBBERVILLE, PLAT OF.................. WHEATFIELD TOWNSHIP....................... WHITE OAK TOWNSHIP........................ WILLIAMSTOWN TOWNSHIP................. WILLIAMSTON, PLAT OF'.................... 62 - -GE 75 67 77 33 79 39 71.29 75 21 25 11 -63 H O L T P. o0.......................................... 73 NEMOKA, PLAT OF............................... 63 WINFIELD, PLAT -OF............................. 67

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Title: Ingham County Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Clinton Co.; Jones Lake; D.L.B.N. R.R.; Grand River; School; M.C. R.R.; Lansing; Lansing; Grand R.; School; School; Brick & Tile; Collegeville; Trowbridge; Agricultural College; Depot; Chicago & Grand Trunk R.R.; Detroit Lansing & Northern R.R.; School; Meridian; Okemos; School; Haslett Park; Pine Lake; School; Church; Mud Lake; Church; School; Spring Brook; Shiawassee Co.; School; Alverson P.O.; School; School; School; Church; Cem.; School; Church; Williamstown; Locke; Ditch; School; School; Wolf Creek; Belle Oak; School; Cem.; Church; Locke P.O.; School; Church; Town Hall; School; Lake Shore & Michigan South; School; School; School; Cem.; Cem.; School; Sycamore Creek; Michigan Central R.R.; School; School; School; Herron Creek; Okemos; Okemos Station; Cedar River; School; Cem.; Church; Dobie Lake; School; Sloan Creek; Meridian; Church; School; School; School; Saw Mill; School; School; Deer Creek; Coon Creek; Cem.; School; Williamston; School; Squaw Brook; Sullivan Creek; Cem.; Webberville; Saw Mill; Leroy; Wheatfield; Alaiedon; Delhi; Aurelius; Onondaga; Leslie; Bunker Hill; Ingham; Vevay; White Oak; Stockbridge; Livingston Co.; Jackson Co.; Eaton Co.; Kalamink Creek; School; Cem.; School; School; School; Cem.; Town Hall; Cem.; School; Meridian of Michigan; School; School; Cem.; School; Mud Creek; Grange Hall; Town Hall; School; School; School; School; School; Red Creek; Delhi Center; Holt P.O.; Delhi; School; Church; School; School; Church; Grand River; School; Saw Mill; School; School; Willow Creek; School; School; Church; Cem.; North Aurelius; School; Klink P.O.; Church; Cem.; School; Church; School; School; Cremery; Mason; Saw Mill; Town Hall; Sycamore Cr.; Willow Creek; School; School; Saw Mill; Cem.; School; School; Ditch; Co. Ditch; Co. Ditch; Co. Ditch; Co. Ditch; School; Blakely Ditch; School; Cem.; School; School; Branch Doan Cr.; Dansville; Ditch; Doan Creek; School; School; School; Grainge Hall; White Oak P.O.; School; Town Hall; School; School; School; Church; Cem.; Grand River; School; School; School; Cem.; Aurelius; School; School; Cem.; School; North Leslie; Cem.; Eden P.O.; School; School; Mud Lake; School; Cem.; School; Huntoon Creek; Co. Ditch; Huntoon Lake; Cem.; School; Church; Cem.; School; County Ditch; Bunker Hill; Cem.; School; Cahoogen Ditch; School; Cem.; Mill; Church; School; Mud Lake; School; Jacobs Lake; School; Cem.; Church; School; Lowe Lake; School; Rice Lake; Portage Creek; Grand Trunk R.R.; Base Line; Stockbridge; School; School; Church; Fitchburg; County Ditch; Church; School; County Ditch; School; Cem.; County Ditch; Saw Mill; Base Hill; Leslie; School; School; School; School; Cem.; Onondaga; Michigan Central R.R.; School; Winfield; School; Jacob Copp; Bray & Son; T.M. Turner; John Ferguson; R. Souler; Okemos; A. Barnes; J. Grettenberger; J.W. Melcher; G. Herre; E. Spross; J. Neibling; Daniel Young; G. Kaiser; J. Neibling; I.W. Lewis; O. Belknap; A.D. Hatch; E. Hathaway; C. Uurach; A. Hathaway; B. Hart; N. Cornwell; E. Hart; I.M. Lewis; School No. 5; Mrs. M. Hamilton; John M. Bearse; Mrs. Voungerman; A. Cornell; James Lesia Est.; A. Ayers; F. Marquart; John Miller Est.; Amos Wood; P. Burger; W.L. Mosher; M. Toolan; P. Thompson; John Shriver; M. Glines; J.F. Bennett; School No. 3; E.G. Kibbie; L.D. Watson; J.B. Glassbrook; H.G. Proctor; F. Marquart; F. McKinney; Robert Hewett; Mrs. McKenzie; P. Boland; W.A. Sturgis; C.A. Hoskins; S.E. Sturgis; F. Watson; Detroit Lansing & Northern R.R.; Frank Hewett; G. Hoskins; L. Kent; A. Bennett; H. Kirk; W.N. Wever; Station; W.O. Wilson; H.E. Foster; Cedar River; Peter Kerber; A.N. Harrington; M. Hammond; C. Helwig; Jacob Fink; Perry Young; John Grettenberger; A.G. Stayer; J.H. Winn Est.; J.C. Galluk; T. Parker; W. Parker; C.C. Foster; C. Fink; M.A. Hatch; A.D. Hatch; S. Kilbourn; A. Blair; A.A. Dwight; Mullett Bros.; J.E. Povey; F. Willmarth; Mrs. C. Young; H.B. Parker; Peter Bennett; J. Hulett; H.L. Bennett; Jessie Hulett; H. Gardner; C. Blumm; J. Allenberger Est.; F.L. King; M.E. Brown; H.L. Hulett; G. Stirm; C. Glossen; A. Glossen; A. Parkhurst; C. Winters; H. Blimm; C.L. Hulett; W.O. Wilson; P. Cody; C. Hulett Sr.; Mrs. Bigelow; Mrs. Moore; E. Harrington; N. Laylin; C. Barnes; C.W. Barnes; C.M. Hulett; T.J. Barnes; O. Rathburn; A. Dobie; L. Foster; Mrs. S.H. Foster; A.F. Ferguson; Sarah Smith; J. Hammond; S. & H. Hammond; J.A. Brott Est.; R.D. Rothrock; Country Farm; School No. 6; John S. Wagor; J.H. Winn Est.; S. Phelps; A. Driver; E. Woodworth; L.H. Stanton; T.L. Baldwin; James Woodworth; Sloan Creek; J.W. Hinchey Est.; C. Marzen; Edwin Osborn; A. Woodworth; G. Akers; C. Miller; M. Krental; P. Miller; Meridian; Depot; T. Williams Est.; N.M. James; W. Slough -
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Title: Ingham County Township: - Range: - Keywords: Clinton Co.; Jones Lake; D.L.B.N. R.R.; Grand River; School; M.C. R.R.; Lansing; Lansing; Grand R.; School; School; Brick & Tile; Collegeville; Trowbridge; Agricultural College; Depot; Chicago & Grand Trunk R.R.; Detroit Lansing & Northern R.R.; School; Meridian; Okemos; School; Haslett Park; Pine Lake; School; Church; Mud Lake; Church; School; Spring Brook; Shiawassee Co.; School; Alverson P.O.; School; School; School; Church; Cem.; School; Church; Williamstown; Locke; Ditch; School; School; Wolf Creek; Belle Oak; School; Cem.; Church; Locke P.O.; School; Church; Town Hall; School; Lake Shore & Michigan South; School; School; School; Cem.; Cem.; School; Sycamore Creek; Michigan Central R.R.; School; School; School; Herron Creek; Okemos; Okemos Station; Cedar River; School; Cem.; Church; Dobie Lake; School; Sloan Creek; Meridian; Church; School; School; School; Saw Mill; School; School; Deer Creek; Coon Creek; Cem.; School; Williamston; School; Squaw Brook; Sullivan Creek; Cem.; Webberville; Saw Mill; Leroy; Wheatfield; Alaiedon; Delhi; Aurelius; Onondaga; Leslie; Bunker Hill; Ingham; Vevay; White Oak; Stockbridge; Livingston Co.; Jackson Co.; Eaton Co.; Kalamink Creek; School; Cem.; School; School; School; Cem.; Town Hall; Cem.; School; Meridian of Michigan; School; School; Cem.; School; Mud Creek; Grange Hall; Town Hall; School; School; School; School; School; Red Creek; Delhi Center; Holt P.O.; Delhi; School; Church; School; School; Church; Grand River; School; Saw Mill; School; School; Willow Creek; School; School; Church; Cem.; North Aurelius; School; Klink P.O.; Church; Cem.; School; Church; School; School; Cremery; Mason; Saw Mill; Town Hall; Sycamore Cr.; Willow Creek; School; School; Saw Mill; Cem.; School; School; Ditch; Co. Ditch; Co. Ditch; Co. Ditch; Co. Ditch; School; Blakely Ditch; School; Cem.; School; School; Branch Doan Cr.; Dansville; Ditch; Doan Creek; School; School; School; Grainge Hall; White Oak P.O.; School; Town Hall; School; School; School; Church; Cem.; Grand River; School; School; School; Cem.; Aurelius; School; School; Cem.; School; North Leslie; Cem.; Eden P.O.; School; School; Mud Lake; School; Cem.; School; Huntoon Creek; Co. Ditch; Huntoon Lake; Cem.; School; Church; Cem.; School; County Ditch; Bunker Hill; Cem.; School; Cahoogen Ditch; School; Cem.; Mill; Church; School; Mud Lake; School; Jacobs Lake; School; Cem.; Church; School; Lowe Lake; School; Rice Lake; Portage Creek; Grand Trunk R.R.; Base Line; Stockbridge; School; School; Church; Fitchburg; County Ditch; Church; School; County Ditch; School; Cem.; County Ditch; Saw Mill; Base Hill; Leslie; School; School; School; School; Cem.; Onondaga; Michigan Central R.R.; School; Winfield; School; Jacob Copp; Bray & Son; T.M. Turner; John Ferguson; R. Souler; Okemos; A. Barnes; J. Grettenberger; J.W. Melcher; G. Herre; E. Spross; J. Neibling; Daniel Young; G. Kaiser; J. Neibling; I.W. Lewis; O. Belknap; A.D. Hatch; E. Hathaway; C. Uurach; A. Hathaway; B. Hart; N. Cornwell; E. Hart; I.M. Lewis; School No. 5; Mrs. M. Hamilton; John M. Bearse; Mrs. Voungerman; A. Cornell; James Lesia Est.; A. Ayers; F. Marquart; John Miller Est.; Amos Wood; P. Burger; W.L. Mosher; M. Toolan; P. Thompson; John Shriver; M. Glines; J.F. Bennett; School No. 3; E.G. Kibbie; L.D. Watson; J.B. Glassbrook; H.G. Proctor; F. Marquart; F. McKinney; Robert Hewett; Mrs. McKenzie; P. Boland; W.A. Sturgis; C.A. Hoskins; S.E. Sturgis; F. Watson; Detroit Lansing & Northern R.R.; Frank Hewett; G. Hoskins; L. Kent; A. Bennett; H. Kirk; W.N. Wever; Station; W.O. Wilson; H.E. Foster; Cedar River; Peter Kerber; A.N. Harrington; M. Hammond; C. Helwig; Jacob Fink; Perry Young; John Grettenberger; A.G. Stayer; J.H. Winn Est.; J.C. Galluk; T. Parker; W. Parker; C.C. Foster; C. Fink; M.A. Hatch; A.D. Hatch; S. Kilbourn; A. Blair; A.A. Dwight; Mullett Bros.; J.E. Povey; F. Willmarth; Mrs. C. Young; H.B. Parker; Peter Bennett; J. Hulett; H.L. Bennett; Jessie Hulett; H. Gardner; C. Blumm; J. Allenberger Est.; F.L. King; M.E. Brown; H.L. Hulett; G. Stirm; C. Glossen; A. Glossen; A. Parkhurst; C. Winters; H. Blimm; C.L. Hulett; W.O. Wilson; P. Cody; C. Hulett Sr.; Mrs. Bigelow; Mrs. Moore; E. Harrington; N. Laylin; C. Barnes; C.W. Barnes; C.M. Hulett; T.J. Barnes; O. Rathburn; A. Dobie; L. Foster; Mrs. S.H. Foster; A.F. Ferguson; Sarah Smith; J. Hammond; S. & H. Hammond; J.A. Brott Est.; R.D. Rothrock; Country Farm; School No. 6; John S. Wagor; J.H. Winn Est.; S. Phelps; A. Driver; E. Woodworth; L.H. Stanton; T.L. Baldwin; James Woodworth; Sloan Creek; J.W. Hinchey Est.; C. Marzen; Edwin Osborn; A. Woodworth; G. Akers; C. Miller; M. Krental; P. Miller; Meridian; Depot; T. Williams Est.; N.M. James; W. Slough -
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Title: Locke Township: 4N Range: 2E Section: - Keywords: House & Hart; H. Green; Petern Demond; Geo. Gullick; J.A. Leasia; Egbert Toms; Elias Kent; M. Haynes; Ditch 49; Geo. M. Dayton; Mrs. H. Perkins; C.D. Colby; J. Rork; T.T. Brown; George Tyler; G.M. Dayton; Irene Close; Chatognier; R. Smith; C. Blanchard; H. Johnson; John Ward; F. Buntline; C. Lovejoy; J.D. Thomas; H. Scofield; C.D. Colby; R. Gunderman; S. Gunderman; Hiram Lovejoy; A.M. Towner; Mrs. A.S. Kenyon; Frank Lovejoy; E. Lannen; A. Clark; Mrs. O. Marshall; School; F.B. Shellman; D.J. Boutell; W. Bellman; F. Castlin; Mrs. A. Dickinson; W. Bellman; H. Scofield; Mrs. M. Wright; Mrs. G. Wright; Chas. Haven; J.J. Coburn; Mrs. D. Cole; John Lyon; E.M. Hovey; A.B. Clark (A.B. & J.J. Jones); A.D. Fuller; Nichols Bros.; Cem.; School; Egbert Toms; Spr.; John Moyer; George M. Dayton; T.H. Brett; J.E. Ward; A. VanDusen; M. Frederick; A. Spinks; A. Greenwig; F.G. Frederick; John Boutwell; C.D. Colby; Elmer Potter; John Franks; A. Blackman; J. Moyer; John Moyer; F. B.; J.M.; Mrs. R.B. Hazen; A. Kimmel; E. Williams; Porter Root; Geo. Utley; Mrs. A. Preston; C.D. Colby; Mrs. J.A. Leasia; Melvin Case; G.L. Purse; F. Jackson; John Piper; A.H. Corey; L.S. Ash; Royal Sharp; Enos Liverance; L.F. Ash; P. Honerker; J.J. Coburn; C. Hallett; J. Anderson; A. Avery; P. Dennison; E. Doolittle; Joseph Block; A. Keeder; F. Keeder; C. Loveless; H.R. Havens; P.V. Fisher; Mrs. H. Buford; G. Rodman; Church; S.P. Harris; John W. Bartow; A.M. Rukard; E. Webber; S.S. Harris; G.T.T.; E.C.; R.G.; A.M. Gregory; W.F. Jones; T. Pringle; H. Hortsman; M.A. Hobert; H. Van Auken; H. Scott; W.F. Jones; A. Peters; Asa Spencer; John T. Cole; Peter Moyer; Andrew Tuttle; School; Eliphet Williams; Mrs. Arnold; Michael Goit; W.R. Ludden; L. Douglass; Frank Price; B.F. Rockwell; B.F. Brown; G.A. Tuttle; Geo. Utley; D. Burton; Morris T. Craft; Samuel Dains; Mrs. N. VanSickle; Frank Smith; H. Ewers; C. Champman; School; G.A. Hunt; H. Fletcher; N. Cole; G. Guthrie; C. Cole; David Jones; G.T.; N. Harkness; G.H. Collins; G.L. Pinckney; David Cole; M. Burk Sr.; J. Arnold; N. Guthrie; L. Smith; Belle Oak; G.D. Spencer; George Gage; Mrs. A.J. Spencer; Thomas Spencer; Lester Royce; C.H. Chandler; P.V. Fisher; A. Graham; Robert Fisher; E. Fisher; T. Wilson; L. Satterlee; H.P. Scott; S.T. Wilkins; A.E. Stone; L. Pickard; C.E. Baker; Daniel Baker; G. Buntline; M. Cuthbert; A.J. Pickard; G. Buntline; C. Larabee; Isaac Rosa; W.F. Jones; C.P. Lake; John Price; Mrs. L. Kraatz; J. Davis; H. Davis; D. Stewart; S. Hammond; George E. Walker; W. Barber; C. Hammond; Isaac Mains; Church; Town Hall; Mrs. C.A. Murphy; L.A. Liverance; E.D. Brady; Clarence West; Wesley Hamilton; J.S. Fuller; John Maxwell; Mrs. J. Rockwell; M.H. Bowerman; William McPherson; J. Stoughton; James Maxwell; I. Thompson; F. Maxwell; J.W. Bordman; Louis Hartwig; H.P. Miller; George Chamberlain; Creek; Peter McKie; Mrs. J. McKie; James McKie; Alexander McKie; James McKie; F.O. Van Gilder; D.A. Smith; Church; Cem.; School; Mill; Locke P.O.; F.J. Hickey; Elmer Dakin; B. Steadman; L.W. Benjamin; A. Hicks; William Hicks; Porter Rector; Israel Spears; James Webber; S. Bigelow; Andrew Moyer; George G. Haskill; Mrs. H. Davis; John Davis; James Paul; School; John Davis; Mrs. H. Davis; John Davis; J.A. Leasia; Miles Church; D. Stewart; J.B. Lillie; J.V. Murphy; W.L. Avery; E. Cobb; George Hodges; D.C. Branch; J. Walters; Irving Branch; George Bennett; H. Starks; W.T. Collester; George Dunkel; C.W. Rowley; G. Rice; D. Dunkel; J.R. Fairbanks; Chas. Dunkel; B.F. Sullivan; John Zick; J. Nichols; J. Placeway; M. Tuttle; Sarah Hamilton; G. Chamberlain; Clark Chamberlain; John McCreary; Wolf Creek; J.W. Bordman; P. Crahan; Ira Marble Est.; Mrs. J. Larue; Mrs. I.A. Marble; P. Crahan; Elmer Dakin; K. Smith; W. Hicks; School; James P. Larue; S. Brown; E. Chamberlian; K. Smith; W. Bucknell; W. Huck; David Whitney; David Whitney Jr.; H. Wiest; W. Pierce; A. Dockstader Est.; Cedar River; David Whitney Jr.; Gilbert Rowley; M.J. Gibson; H. Hill; Wm. Eberly; John Plummer; H. Hill; L. Wright; H. Leavenworth; Geo. Spaulding; I. Karker; S. Starks; H. Starks; Geo. West; R.; Mrs. A. Young; S. Starks; H.J. Wright; Frank Martin; Geo. Dunkel; M. Fink; Geo. Rice; Cem.; R.S.; H.J. Wright; Sullivan Creek; Chas. Sullivan; Milo S. Spears; William Rowley Sr.; Milo S. Spears; Hugh McCreary; Patrick Plunkett; O.S. Chamberlain; C.B. Cortrite; R.T. Briggs; Geo. West; Wm. West; P. Waters; Henry Fillmore; Asa Curtis; Nash Tyler; J.O. Hitchins; George R. Ling; Mrs. W. Meeker; Jas. Valentine; Jas. Spicer; S.C. Crage; D. Dentruff; Mrs. M.G. Watkin; D. Dentruff; Lapham & Arnet; -
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Title: Locke Township: 4N Range: 2E Keywords: House & Hart; H. Green; Petern Demond; Geo. Gullick; J.A. Leasia; Egbert Toms; Elias Kent; M. Haynes; Ditch 49; Geo. M. Dayton; Mrs. H. Perkins; C.D. Colby; J. Rork; T.T. Brown; George Tyler; G.M. Dayton; Irene Close; Chatognier; R. Smith; C. Blanchard; H. Johnson; John Ward; F. Buntline; C. Lovejoy; J.D. Thomas; H. Scofield; C.D. Colby; R. Gunderman; S. Gunderman; Hiram Lovejoy; A.M. Towner; Mrs. A.S. Kenyon; Frank Lovejoy; E. Lannen; A. Clark; Mrs. O. Marshall; School; F.B. Shellman; D.J. Boutell; W. Bellman; F. Castlin; Mrs. A. Dickinson; W. Bellman; H. Scofield; Mrs. M. Wright; Mrs. G. Wright; Chas. Haven; J.J. Coburn; Mrs. D. Cole; John Lyon; E.M. Hovey; A.B. Clark (A.B. & J.J. Jones); A.D. Fuller; Nichols Bros.; Cem.; School; Egbert Toms; Spr.; John Moyer; George M. Dayton; T.H. Brett; J.E. Ward; A. VanDusen; M. Frederick; A. Spinks; A. Greenwig; F.G. Frederick; John Boutwell; C.D. Colby; Elmer Potter; John Franks; A. Blackman; J. Moyer; John Moyer; F. B.; J.M.; Mrs. R.B. Hazen; A. Kimmel; E. Williams; Porter Root; Geo. Utley; Mrs. A. Preston; C.D. Colby; Mrs. J.A. Leasia; Melvin Case; G.L. Purse; F. Jackson; John Piper; A.H. Corey; L.S. Ash; Royal Sharp; Enos Liverance; L.F. Ash; P. Honerker; J.J. Coburn; C. Hallett; J. Anderson; A. Avery; P. Dennison; E. Doolittle; Joseph Block; A. Keeder; F. Keeder; C. Loveless; H.R. Havens; P.V. Fisher; Mrs. H. Buford; G. Rodman; Church; S.P. Harris; John W. Bartow; A.M. Rukard; E. Webber; S.S. Harris; G.T.T.; E.C.; R.G.; A.M. Gregory; W.F. Jones; T. Pringle; H. Hortsman; M.A. Hobert; H. Van Auken; H. Scott; W.F. Jones; A. Peters; Asa Spencer; John T. Cole; Peter Moyer; Andrew Tuttle; School; Eliphet Williams; Mrs. Arnold; Michael Goit; W.R. Ludden; L. Douglass; Frank Price; B.F. Rockwell; B.F. Brown; G.A. Tuttle; Geo. Utley; D. Burton; Morris T. Craft; Samuel Dains; Mrs. N. VanSickle; Frank Smith; H. Ewers; C. Champman; School; G.A. Hunt; H. Fletcher; N. Cole; G. Guthrie; C. Cole; David Jones; G.T.; N. Harkness; G.H. Collins; G.L. Pinckney; David Cole; M. Burk Sr.; J. Arnold; N. Guthrie; L. Smith; Belle Oak; G.D. Spencer; George Gage; Mrs. A.J. Spencer; Thomas Spencer; Lester Royce; C.H. Chandler; P.V. Fisher; A. Graham; Robert Fisher; E. Fisher; T. Wilson; L. Satterlee; H.P. Scott; S.T. Wilkins; A.E. Stone; L. Pickard; C.E. Baker; Daniel Baker; G. Buntline; M. Cuthbert; A.J. Pickard; G. Buntline; C. Larabee; Isaac Rosa; W.F. Jones; C.P. Lake; John Price; Mrs. L. Kraatz; J. Davis; H. Davis; D. Stewart; S. Hammond; George E. Walker; W. Barber; C. Hammond; Isaac Mains; Church; Town Hall; Mrs. C.A. Murphy; L.A. Liverance; E.D. Brady; Clarence West; Wesley Hamilton; J.S. Fuller; John Maxwell; Mrs. J. Rockwell; M.H. Bowerman; William McPherson; J. Stoughton; James Maxwell; I. Thompson; F. Maxwell; J.W. Bordman; Louis Hartwig; H.P. Miller; George Chamberlain; Creek; Peter McKie; Mrs. J. McKie; James McKie; Alexander McKie; James McKie; F.O. Van Gilder; D.A. Smith; Church; Cem.; School; Mill; Locke P.O.; F.J. Hickey; Elmer Dakin; B. Steadman; L.W. Benjamin; A. Hicks; William Hicks; Porter Rector; Israel Spears; James Webber; S. Bigelow; Andrew Moyer; George G. Haskill; Mrs. H. Davis; John Davis; James Paul; School; John Davis; Mrs. H. Davis; John Davis; J.A. Leasia; Miles Church; D. Stewart; J.B. Lillie; J.V. Murphy; W.L. Avery; E. Cobb; George Hodges; D.C. Branch; J. Walters; Irving Branch; George Bennett; H. Starks; W.T. Collester; George Dunkel; C.W. Rowley; G. Rice; D. Dunkel; J.R. Fairbanks; Chas. Dunkel; B.F. Sullivan; John Zick; J. Nichols; J. Placeway; M. Tuttle; Sarah Hamilton; G. Chamberlain; Clark Chamberlain; John McCreary; Wolf Creek; J.W. Bordman; P. Crahan; Ira Marble Est.; Mrs. J. Larue; Mrs. I.A. Marble; P. Crahan; Elmer Dakin; K. Smith; W. Hicks; School; James P. Larue; S. Brown; E. Chamberlian; K. Smith; W. Bucknell; W. Huck; David Whitney; David Whitney Jr.; H. Wiest; W. Pierce; A. Dockstader Est.; Cedar River; David Whitney Jr.; Gilbert Rowley; M.J. Gibson; H. Hill; Wm. Eberly; John Plummer; H. Hill; L. Wright; H. Leavenworth; Geo. Spaulding; I. Karker; S. Starks; H. Starks; Geo. West; R.; Mrs. A. Young; S. Starks; H.J. Wright; Frank Martin; Geo. Dunkel; M. Fink; Geo. Rice; Cem.; R.S.; H.J. Wright; Sullivan Creek; Chas. Sullivan; Milo S. Spears; William Rowley Sr.; Milo S. Spears; Hugh McCreary; Patrick Plunkett; O.S. Chamberlain; C.B. Cortrite; R.T. Briggs; Geo. West; Wm. West; P. Waters; Henry Fillmore; Asa Curtis; Nash Tyler; J.O. Hitchins; George R. Ling; Mrs. W. Meeker; Jas. Valentine; Jas. Spicer; S.C. Crage; D. Dentruff; Mrs. M.G. Watkin; D. Dentruff; Lapham & Arnet; -
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Title: Williamstown Township: 4N Range: 1E Section: - Keywords: S.A. Smith; Wm. Bailey; Chicago & Grand Trunk R.R.; W.E. Seeley & Sons; J.G. Smith; W.A. Burtram; Jas. Hart; W. Lampson; Benj. Hart; J. Estey; J. & R.D. Barry; Alverson P.O.; R.D. Barry; L. Harmon; Wm. Lamb; School; R.D. Barry; W.H. Sherman; F.R.W. Youngs; M.A. Gernell; H.B. Alverson; R. Shaw; Jas. Chapin; F.R.W. Youngs; S. Ribby; Jas. M. Bailey; S.D. Lamb; Bickford; L. Ording; J.H. Jason; C.T. Murray; Mrs. C.E. Lounsbury; J. Bentley; F.G. Bentley; E. Bentley; Jas. A. Leasia Est.; Geo. Roberts; A. Gilberts; M.E. Botsford; Irving Botsford; W. Ladoc; F.G. Bentley; J. Wilsey; G.M. Dayton; Hiram Haynes; Robert Brooks; School; Hiram Haynes; Herbert Green; J.W. Watkins; M.H. Wilgus; Meridian of Michigan; E.K. Elliott; E. Elliott; S. Harmon; J.C. Foster; A. Clawson; Res. of H.A. Prine; M. Leeman; L.J. Harmon; G.W. Gulick; Albert Andrews; Perry Gulick; A.L. Andrews; Burt Gulick; I.T. Van Astran; J.M. Juckett; F. Andress; Jacob House; Mrs. M. Andress; Res. of F.M. Andress; Jas. Capin; J.M. Juckett; G.W. Gulick; Geo. Gulick; A.J. Bartow; J.A. Epleyzo; L. Epley; H.W. Epley; A. Woodchuck; Mrs. M. Allen; A.J. Bartow; S. Lockwood; N. Emmer; W.Z. Walton Est.; W. Bristow; W. Bristow; T.Y. Bristow Est.; Frank Piper; Geo. Piper; Jacob Moyer; E.E. Lockwood; Mrs. R. Perkins; E.J. Stoughton; L.A. Ferguson; E.L. Ball; Willis Sherman; Benj. Hart; Benj. Hart; Geo. D. Hale; Chas H. Hale; Benjamin Hart; Samuel Hart; S. Hart; John Stone; School; Albert Andrews; Adam Salewsky; W.A. Mann; Conrad Bappert; F.M. Andress; Church; C.C. Mead "Guard"; R. Lockwood; John Passage; E. Passage; J.P. Von Sickley; Elmer Kitcher; A.J. Bartow; L. Tryon; S. Babbitt; W.W. Colby; Henry Hale; Frank Bartow; R.W. Bartow; F. House; A.M. Lounsbury; School; H. Lockwood; Samuel Sharp; Simeon Clay; S.E. Clay; J.C. Stoughton; Jas. Moyer; Mrs. W.A. Rickard; A.F. Church; J.H. Wilson; Spring Brook; A.J. Rorabaugh; A.E. Baker; J.H.F. Mullett; Andrew J. Fuller; John Miller; Henry Hale; Daniel Foote; Albert Andrews; Geo. Wells; Cem.; A.C. Mead; John Gilluly; John Barrack; School; n.C. Branch; D.J. Harris; N. Winslow; N & I Winslow; N. Winslow; J. Webb; Henry Hale; D.W. Cook; John Cook Est.; Leander Babbitt; A. Merinack; Frank Dexte; Coon Creek; C.C. Mead; W.C. Larabee; D.R. Jessup; R. Cushman; Mrs. D.A. Partridge; W.L. Larabee Est.; S.A. Webb; Obed Durfee; R.F. Griffin; C. Lockwood; M.J. Graves; G. Arnold; Nelson Addis; Cedar River; J. Mullett; Res. of Wm. S. Turner; Richard Turner Est.; D.A. Maher; M. Brannan; School; Sarah A. Maher; E. Howarth; Geo. Webb; Eva J. Akers; Aaron Akers; O. Brannan; Mary Brannan; Mrs. H. Webb; C.M. Phillips; Jas. Cushman; V.N. Lathrop; J.M. Turner; Daniel Lawler; John Twinings; G.M. Carr; W.M. Carr; Res.; A. & R.M. Jackson; E. Klunzinger; W.M. Carr; G.M.C.; Geo. Harvey; W. Harvey; Cem.; W.A. Steele; M.H. Bowerman; Margaret Heron; J. Cushman; J.C. Fox; W.M. Carr; S. Williams; N. Emmer; T. Wilson; W. Van Alstine; A.J. Straight; Thos. Wilson; B.F. Plotts; J.C. Webber; M.J. Graves; L. Klunzinger; H. Rosier; F.A. Maher; Detroit Lansing & Northern R.R.; Chas. Lansing; Meridian; Wm. R. Moore; C.E. Mullett; Chas. Lansing; J.P. Burgess; M. Howarth; Geo. Akers; Mrs. Peter Glazier; John Burkley; Peter Linn; J. Lawler; Daniel Lawler; Res.; Frank Glaser; Jas. A. Lesia Est.; Philip Smith; D. Lawler; S.P. Leighton; R.M. Pollock; F. Smith; J. Smith; W. Emmer; Samuel Williams; Charles Williams; Williamston; R.W. Owens Est.; S.E. Jeffers; Alex Shaw; W. Capen; August Hein; N. Emmer; Theo Harvey; C. Larabee; Mrs. H. Harvey; S.E. Van Netter; A.J. Smith; S. Mains; P. Hale; D.E. Bain; A.M. Foote; Geo. Porter; J.S. Shadwin; Coal shaft; J.W. Wallace; S. Waldo; W.L. Andrews -
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Title: Williamstown Township: 4N Range: 1E Keywords: S.A. Smith; Wm. Bailey; Chicago & Grand Trunk R.R.; W.E. Seeley & Sons; J.G. Smith; W.A. Burtram; Jas. Hart; W. Lampson; Benj. Hart; J. Estey; J. & R.D. Barry; Alverson P.O.; R.D. Barry; L. Harmon; Wm. Lamb; School; R.D. Barry; W.H. Sherman; F.R.W. Youngs; M.A. Gernell; H.B. Alverson; R. Shaw; Jas. Chapin; F.R.W. Youngs; S. Ribby; Jas. M. Bailey; S.D. Lamb; Bickford; L. Ording; J.H. Jason; C.T. Murray; Mrs. C.E. Lounsbury; J. Bentley; F.G. Bentley; E. Bentley; Jas. A. Leasia Est.; Geo. Roberts; A. Gilberts; M.E. Botsford; Irving Botsford; W. Ladoc; F.G. Bentley; J. Wilsey; G.M. Dayton; Hiram Haynes; Robert Brooks; School; Hiram Haynes; Herbert Green; J.W. Watkins; M.H. Wilgus; Meridian of Michigan; E.K. Elliott; E. Elliott; S. Harmon; J.C. Foster; A. Clawson; Res. of H.A. Prine; M. Leeman; L.J. Harmon; G.W. Gulick; Albert Andrews; Perry Gulick; A.L. Andrews; Burt Gulick; I.T. Van Astran; J.M. Juckett; F. Andress; Jacob House; Mrs. M. Andress; Res. of F.M. Andress; Jas. Capin; J.M. Juckett; G.W. Gulick; Geo. Gulick; A.J. Bartow; J.A. Epleyzo; L. Epley; H.W. Epley; A. Woodchuck; Mrs. M. Allen; A.J. Bartow; S. Lockwood; N. Emmer; W.Z. Walton Est.; W. Bristow; W. Bristow; T.Y. Bristow Est.; Frank Piper; Geo. Piper; Jacob Moyer; E.E. Lockwood; Mrs. R. Perkins; E.J. Stoughton; L.A. Ferguson; E.L. Ball; Willis Sherman; Benj. Hart; Benj. Hart; Geo. D. Hale; Chas H. Hale; Benjamin Hart; Samuel Hart; S. Hart; John Stone; School; Albert Andrews; Adam Salewsky; W.A. Mann; Conrad Bappert; F.M. Andress; Church; C.C. Mead "Guard"; R. Lockwood; John Passage; E. Passage; J.P. Von Sickley; Elmer Kitcher; A.J. Bartow; L. Tryon; S. Babbitt; W.W. Colby; Henry Hale; Frank Bartow; R.W. Bartow; F. House; A.M. Lounsbury; School; H. Lockwood; Samuel Sharp; Simeon Clay; S.E. Clay; J.C. Stoughton; Jas. Moyer; Mrs. W.A. Rickard; A.F. Church; J.H. Wilson; Spring Brook; A.J. Rorabaugh; A.E. Baker; J.H.F. Mullett; Andrew J. Fuller; John Miller; Henry Hale; Daniel Foote; Albert Andrews; Geo. Wells; Cem.; A.C. Mead; John Gilluly; John Barrack; School; n.C. Branch; D.J. Harris; N. Winslow; N & I Winslow; N. Winslow; J. Webb; Henry Hale; D.W. Cook; John Cook Est.; Leander Babbitt; A. Merinack; Frank Dexte; Coon Creek; C.C. Mead; W.C. Larabee; D.R. Jessup; R. Cushman; Mrs. D.A. Partridge; W.L. Larabee Est.; S.A. Webb; Obed Durfee; R.F. Griffin; C. Lockwood; M.J. Graves; G. Arnold; Nelson Addis; Cedar River; J. Mullett; Res. of Wm. S. Turner; Richard Turner Est.; D.A. Maher; M. Brannan; School; Sarah A. Maher; E. Howarth; Geo. Webb; Eva J. Akers; Aaron Akers; O. Brannan; Mary Brannan; Mrs. H. Webb; C.M. Phillips; Jas. Cushman; V.N. Lathrop; J.M. Turner; Daniel Lawler; John Twinings; G.M. Carr; W.M. Carr; Res.; A. & R.M. Jackson; E. Klunzinger; W.M. Carr; G.M.C.; Geo. Harvey; W. Harvey; Cem.; W.A. Steele; M.H. Bowerman; Margaret Heron; J. Cushman; J.C. Fox; W.M. Carr; S. Williams; N. Emmer; T. Wilson; W. Van Alstine; A.J. Straight; Thos. Wilson; B.F. Plotts; J.C. Webber; M.J. Graves; L. Klunzinger; H. Rosier; F.A. Maher; Detroit Lansing & Northern R.R.; Chas. Lansing; Meridian; Wm. R. Moore; C.E. Mullett; Chas. Lansing; J.P. Burgess; M. Howarth; Geo. Akers; Mrs. Peter Glazier; John Burkley; Peter Linn; J. Lawler; Daniel Lawler; Res.; Frank Glaser; Jas. A. Lesia Est.; Philip Smith; D. Lawler; S.P. Leighton; R.M. Pollock; F. Smith; J. Smith; W. Emmer; Samuel Williams; Charles Williams; Williamston; R.W. Owens Est.; S.E. Jeffers; Alex Shaw; W. Capen; August Hein; N. Emmer; Theo Harvey; C. Larabee; Mrs. H. Harvey; S.E. Van Netter; A.J. Smith; S. Mains; P. Hale; D.E. Bain; A.M. Foote; Geo. Porter; J.S. Shadwin; Coal shaft; J.W. Wallace; S. Waldo; W.L. Andrews -
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Title: Meridian Township: 4N Range: 1W Section: - Keywords: G.M. Towar; J.B. Mayory; W. P. Taylor; Res.; Agricultural College; J>D. Towar; A.P. Hardy; O.D. Hardy; L. Annis; J.I. Burtaw; Lyman Thatcher; J.J. Burtaw; Charles L. Carl; F. Klemm; Julius Schmidt; Mrs. E. Hallett; Jacob Rentz; J.J. Kaiser; School No. 7; Martha Hunt; Mrs. Sarah Cade; Banker W. Cade; Peter Everett; N. Annis; Fred Zahn; J. Chick; Mary Cade; E. Cochran; N. Annis; H.P. Towner; Edward Cortigan; Daniel Palmer; H. Laden; C.S. Foster; C. Annis; Miles Smith; Mrs. Englehart; Pine Lake Hotel; Haslett Est.; Pine Lake; Mrs. J.B. Towner; G. Northrop; F.M. Fogg; L. Gardner; J.F. Saltmarsh; J.F. Saltmarsh; Hiram Smith; Aaron Smith; Hiram Smith; J. Smith; W.O. Buckner; Stephen Smith; W. Anderson; Charles Whip; C. Eastman; H.Swarhout; J.C. Hurley; Chicago & Grand Trunk R.R.; J.E. Moore; R. Burcham; C.W. Smith Est.; W. Burcham; S.A. Robinson; C.M. Brook; F.A. Gibson; W. Mundon; Mrs. M. Wright; D.B. Willmarth; L. Willmarth; H. Willmarth; E. Willmarth; A. Calkins; A.B. Calkins; J.J. Kaiser; C. Donley Est.; J.H. Raby; Jacob Mosier; P.B. Smith; C.Burtaw; G.A. Hardy; Peter Everett; J. Hardy; C.T. Hardy; S.S. Smith; G. Cushman; J.P. Lockwood; J.D. Greenman; J. Greenman; Charles Benson; M. Weissinger; J.D. Geenman; Haslett Park; Church; F.S. Stevens; H.H. Whitehead; D.V. Smith; J.J. Saltmarsh; Mrs. C. Case; A. Everett; School No. 1; C. Case Est.; F. Smith; B.S. Smith; J.F. Saltmarsh; Isaac Piper; L. Charlouneau; Cedar River; Michigan Agricultural College; Mrs. O. Bixby; C.M. Chittenden; School No. 8; W. & J. Toolan; J.E. Russell; O.F. Campbell; P.J. Burcham; J.W. Hagerdorn; A. Panson; Luke Angell; H. Fuller; Mrs. Bigelow; L. Bigelow; Fred Wellman; Asa Proctor; A. Proctor; A. Cline; Mrs. L. Pickett; A. Barnes; F.M. Gilbert; Elizabeth Copp; C. Grettenberger; R. Osborne; C. Uurach; S.N. Huff; M. Hurley; S.N. Huff; Peter Tihart; F. Doolittle; M.A. Bray; Mud Lake; E. Doolitte; E.G. Herre; W.H. Smith; A.F. Ferguson; L. Pauls; J. Klaver; L. Pauls; G. Huver; J. Ratzlaf; George B. Vanatta; George B. Vanatta; J.F. Saltmarsh; C.D. Pease Est.; Henry Foster; Frank Hamilton; R. Piper; B. Hart; P. Toolan Est.; John Toolan; G.F. Edwards; Isaac Parker; G. Williams; T.T. Clin; J.V. Covey; J.H. Bigelow; J.B. Corber; A. Proctor; Bennett Bros.; S.L. Callahan; W. Folsom; -
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Title: Meridian Township: 4N Range: 1W Keywords: G.M. Towar; J.B. Mayory; W. P. Taylor; Res.; Agricultural College; J>D. Towar; A.P. Hardy; O.D. Hardy; L. Annis; J.I. Burtaw; Lyman Thatcher; J.J. Burtaw; Charles L. Carl; F. Klemm; Julius Schmidt; Mrs. E. Hallett; Jacob Rentz; J.J. Kaiser; School No. 7; Martha Hunt; Mrs. Sarah Cade; Banker W. Cade; Peter Everett; N. Annis; Fred Zahn; J. Chick; Mary Cade; E. Cochran; N. Annis; H.P. Towner; Edward Cortigan; Daniel Palmer; H. Laden; C.S. Foster; C. Annis; Miles Smith; Mrs. Englehart; Pine Lake Hotel; Haslett Est.; Pine Lake; Mrs. J.B. Towner; G. Northrop; F.M. Fogg; L. Gardner; J.F. Saltmarsh; J.F. Saltmarsh; Hiram Smith; Aaron Smith; Hiram Smith; J. Smith; W.O. Buckner; Stephen Smith; W. Anderson; Charles Whip; C. Eastman; H.Swarhout; J.C. Hurley; Chicago & Grand Trunk R.R.; J.E. Moore; R. Burcham; C.W. Smith Est.; W. Burcham; S.A. Robinson; C.M. Brook; F.A. Gibson; W. Mundon; Mrs. M. Wright; D.B. Willmarth; L. Willmarth; H. Willmarth; E. Willmarth; A. Calkins; A.B. Calkins; J.J. Kaiser; C. Donley Est.; J.H. Raby; Jacob Mosier; P.B. Smith; C.Burtaw; G.A. Hardy; Peter Everett; J. Hardy; C.T. Hardy; S.S. Smith; G. Cushman; J.P. Lockwood; J.D. Greenman; J. Greenman; Charles Benson; M. Weissinger; J.D. Geenman; Haslett Park; Church; F.S. Stevens; H.H. Whitehead; D.V. Smith; J.J. Saltmarsh; Mrs. C. Case; A. Everett; School No. 1; C. Case Est.; F. Smith; B.S. Smith; J.F. Saltmarsh; Isaac Piper; L. Charlouneau; Cedar River; Michigan Agricultural College; Mrs. O. Bixby; C.M. Chittenden; School No. 8; W. & J. Toolan; J.E. Russell; O.F. Campbell; P.J. Burcham; J.W. Hagerdorn; A. Panson; Luke Angell; H. Fuller; Mrs. Bigelow; L. Bigelow; Fred Wellman; Asa Proctor; A. Proctor; A. Cline; Mrs. L. Pickett; A. Barnes; F.M. Gilbert; Elizabeth Copp; C. Grettenberger; R. Osborne; C. Uurach; S.N. Huff; M. Hurley; S.N. Huff; Peter Tihart; F. Doolittle; M.A. Bray; Mud Lake; E. Doolitte; E.G. Herre; W.H. Smith; A.F. Ferguson; L. Pauls; J. Klaver; L. Pauls; G. Huver; J. Ratzlaf; George B. Vanatta; George B. Vanatta; J.F. Saltmarsh; C.D. Pease Est.; Henry Foster; Frank Hamilton; R. Piper; B. Hart; P. Toolan Est.; John Toolan; G.F. Edwards; Isaac Parker; G. Williams; T.T. Clin; J.V. Covey; J.H. Bigelow; J.B. Corber; A. Proctor; Bennett Bros.; S.L. Callahan; W. Folsom; -
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Title: Lansing Township: 4N Range: 2W Section: - Keywords: N.V. Goodnoe; A. Covert; B. Valentine; B. Valentine; S.W. Wright; J. Creyts; W. Cordon; H. Neller; F. Jeffers; E.M. Hill; Mrs. K. Dise; Detroit Lansing & Northern R.R.; D.D. Hall; Detroit National Bank; School No. 1; J.B. Tibbets; Grand River; O.F. Barners; L.P. Hodge; E.A. Burlingame; C.C. Burlingame; Jones Lake; C. Heile; M. Baker; J. Heile; H.D.; D. Swagler; G.W.; J.M. Turner; F. Gohr; J. Sporkie; J. Heile; G.L. Dingman; R. Livermore; Mrs. A. Walker; T.H. Howard; E.J. Banghart; T.H.; J.B. Owen; F. Baumgras; Mrs. H. Ferris; Lydia F. Morse; C.J. Covey; Michigan Central R.R.; J.F. Schultz; Perkins & Potter; H.O. Prine; C.L. Smith; M. Smith; E.D. Allen; J.H. Wellings; E.D. Allen; A.P.; J.G. Baumgras; Wilson Moore; Mrs. J.F. Lansing; H.P. Gladden; S.B. & G.W. Scammon; C. Haughawaut; Mrs. J.J. Van Patten; P. Caven; E.E. West; G.S. Williams; School No. 5; W.E. Moore; E.R. Smedley; G.C. Smith; Conrad Fieigal; M.J. Bassett; S. Hilbert; M.D. Chatterton; J. Beck; J.H. Banghart; C.L. Seeley; School No. 2; C.D. Woodbury; M.J. Stabler; E.A. Dryer; E.R. Osband Est.; D. June; C.D. Woodbury; J. Risley; R.H.F; B. Schneebeger; J. Purcel; St. Mary's R.C. Church; Judson Bros.; Mrs. Hamilton; B.F. Schultz; B.F. Schultz; J.W. Tillotson; J. Risley; D. June; L. Faller; Zigler & Klocksiem; E.R. Osband Est.; L.R. Osband; Q.A. Smith; C.S.; P.K.; McP.B.; North Lansing; O.F. Camp; C.P. Austin; Banghart & Allen; Industrial School for Boys; C.P.A. Est.; W.M. Huntington Est.; B. Est.; B.; W.; M.S.; Paddock; Wortman; Wolcott; Lansing Natl. Bank; Mrs. L.A. Pond; Z.A. Downer; C.A. Taylor; A.H. Towsley; E.C. Cooledge; School No. 6; Wm. Foster; T. Foster; A. Foster; J.A. Reed; P.L. Daniels; J. Klotz; Res.; J.B. Moore; M.O. Robinson; E.H. Humer; P.Q. Stoner; G. Rapp; J. Rapp; O.W. Van Dyne; F. Keith; G.H. Kneal; S.F. Pratt; W. C. Colby; Leggett; M.B. Hungerford; W.H. Haze; Wm. McPherson; Lansing; C. Barlow; Industrial School for Boys; Well & Clear; Adam Foster; Ingham Co. Savings Bank; O.M. Barnes; Thos Foster; Brick & Tile; Wm. Foster; Lansing Driving Park Association; B.B. Baker; P.L. Daniels; Mrs. Montgomery; J.L. Bradford; Hotron Longyear; Hauland; G.G. Stage; O.M. Barnes; Collegeville; C.S. Brooks; M.M. Miles; J.J. Harrison; Part of Agricultural College Farm; John G. Mason; School No. 4; S.H. Preston; K.A. Mixter; Walter Raleigh; I.S. Fogg; Frank Clements; Grand River; Geo. C. Fuller; S.W. Odell Est.; Chicago Grand Trunk R.R.; Horn Bros.; W.L. Brown; M. Taylor; R. Taylor; Birch; Tubs; J.H. Moores; J.M.H.; H.R. Cadwell; L. Welden; J.W. Roe; W. Huntley; O.M. Barnes; H. Morgan; Potter Mfg. Co.; E.C. Hall; H. Morgan; Cedar River; H. Morgan; O.M. Barnes; Mrs. McCammon; Detroit Lansing & Northern R.R.; James M. Turner; A.K. Truman; A.J. Champion; Trowbridge; E.W.S.; J.P. Miller Est.; W.S. Hutchinson; M. Redman Sr.; M. Price; School No. 8; A.E. Cooley; N.L. Cooley; C.D. Webster; Mrs. L. Souder; L.J. Cooley; J.F. Cooley; E.W.F.; N.L. Cooley; Cornell Edmonds; C. Wolf; Thos. Ship; L.C. Hamlin; L.S. Johnson; School No. 1; Lake Shore & Michigan Southern R.R.; Lafayette Weldon; E.J. Holmes; F.E. Brown; A.M. White; S.H. Whittmore; Mrs. E. Eiseman; H. Bliss; F.L. Parker Est.; J.R. Dunlap; R.H. Holmes; W. Longstreet; Emma Tenney; M.J. Chittenden; P. Englehart; Ellenberg; Cooper; Burns; E. Stevens; Alam Petter; E. Stevens; H.C. Everett; School No. 3; R.J.; T.C.; C.M.; Marvin Est.; T.E. Potter; G.W. Parks; R. Everett Est.; Elizabeth Cole; Michigan Central R.R.; A. McKim; O.B. Grinnell; S.W. Stanton; Mount Hope Cemetary; O.B. Grinnell; L. Acker; School No. 7; J.L. Cox; Sarah Acker; Jas. M. Turner; H. Mauler; Ida Tobias & Adelia Moon; J.C. Baker; C. Rankey; Peter Hahn; J.J. Tobias; Mrs. E. Tobias; Wm. Cole; O.J. Sutherland; E.W. Sutherland; J. Keller; J.M. Turner; M. Redman Sr.; J.P. Miller Est.; Bertha Alf; C. Goritz; W. Glines; Mrs. I.P. Evans; F. Toney; P.R. Smith; J.A. Ellis; Mrs. J. Zook; F. Manc; A.P. McKnight Est.; Williams Est.; A. Mutz; L.W. Reeves; C. Williams; Mrs. C. Murphy; H. Edison; Crysta Est.; F. Manc; August Ferle; J.M. Packard; C.F. Stabler; Ira C. Bristol; S.H. Whitmore; Mrs. E.A. McKibbon; J.J. Hoffman; O.C. Wheeler; A. Wheeler; M. Green; A.C. Clark; J. Holbrook; C.P. Everett; R. H. Holmes; M.A. Waldo; W. Hunter; E.A. Whitmore; A.S. Gale; School No. 3; W. Hunter; Walter Whiteley; Harry Whiteley; Wm. Whiteley; D.G. McKim; Geo. H. Cole; E. Hartig; O. Troop; D.C. McKim; E & W; D.E. & B.F. Goodrich; Jos. McCreary; Wm. Robinson; W. Olds; Robinson & Smallwood; F. Zeigler; K.H. Grinnell; Lola Bertwhistle; J.W. Collins; Jos. McCreary; J.J. Tobias; S. Foster; F. Tante Est.; C.J. Smith; E.J. Collins; R.L. Darrah; J.M. Turner; J. Scott; E.C. Smith; H.D. Box; J.A. Allen; Joshua Box; C. Glasser; C. Elsesser; G.W. Brown; H.C. Clark -
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Title: Lansing Township: 4N Range: 2W Keywords: N.V. Goodnoe; A. Covert; B. Valentine; B. Valentine; S.W. Wright; J. Creyts; W. Cordon; H. Neller; F. Jeffers; E.M. Hill; Mrs. K. Dise; Detroit Lansing & Northern R.R.; D.D. Hall; Detroit National Bank; School No. 1; J.B. Tibbets; Grand River; O.F. Barners; L.P. Hodge; E.A. Burlingame; C.C. Burlingame; Jones Lake; C. Heile; M. Baker; J. Heile; H.D.; D. Swagler; G.W.; J.M. Turner; F. Gohr; J. Sporkie; J. Heile; G.L. Dingman; R. Livermore; Mrs. A. Walker; T.H. Howard; E.J. Banghart; T.H.; J.B. Owen; F. Baumgras; Mrs. H. Ferris; Lydia F. Morse; C.J. Covey; Michigan Central R.R.; J.F. Schultz; Perkins & Potter; H.O. Prine; C.L. Smith; M. Smith; E.D. Allen; J.H. Wellings; E.D. Allen; A.P.; J.G. Baumgras; Wilson Moore; Mrs. J.F. Lansing; H.P. Gladden; S.B. & G.W. Scammon; C. Haughawaut; Mrs. J.J. Van Patten; P. Caven; E.E. West; G.S. Williams; School No. 5; W.E. Moore; E.R. Smedley; G.C. Smith; Conrad Fieigal; M.J. Bassett; S. Hilbert; M.D. Chatterton; J. Beck; J.H. Banghart; C.L. Seeley; School No. 2; C.D. Woodbury; M.J. Stabler; E.A. Dryer; E.R. Osband Est.; D. June; C.D. Woodbury; J. Risley; R.H.F; B. Schneebeger; J. Purcel; St. Mary's R.C. Church; Judson Bros.; Mrs. Hamilton; B.F. Schultz; B.F. Schultz; J.W. Tillotson; J. Risley; D. June; L. Faller; Zigler & Klocksiem; E.R. Osband Est.; L.R. Osband; Q.A. Smith; C.S.; P.K.; McP.B.; North Lansing; O.F. Camp; C.P. Austin; Banghart & Allen; Industrial School for Boys; C.P.A. Est.; W.M. Huntington Est.; B. Est.; B.; W.; M.S.; Paddock; Wortman; Wolcott; Lansing Natl. Bank; Mrs. L.A. Pond; Z.A. Downer; C.A. Taylor; A.H. Towsley; E.C. Cooledge; School No. 6; Wm. Foster; T. Foster; A. Foster; J.A. Reed; P.L. Daniels; J. Klotz; Res.; J.B. Moore; M.O. Robinson; E.H. Humer; P.Q. Stoner; G. Rapp; J. Rapp; O.W. Van Dyne; F. Keith; G.H. Kneal; S.F. Pratt; W. C. Colby; Leggett; M.B. Hungerford; W.H. Haze; Wm. McPherson; Lansing; C. Barlow; Industrial School for Boys; Well & Clear; Adam Foster; Ingham Co. Savings Bank; O.M. Barnes; Thos Foster; Brick & Tile; Wm. Foster; Lansing Driving Park Association; B.B. Baker; P.L. Daniels; Mrs. Montgomery; J.L. Bradford; Hotron Longyear; Hauland; G.G. Stage; O.M. Barnes; Collegeville; C.S. Brooks; M.M. Miles; J.J. Harrison; Part of Agricultural College Farm; John G. Mason; School No. 4; S.H. Preston; K.A. Mixter; Walter Raleigh; I.S. Fogg; Frank Clements; Grand River; Geo. C. Fuller; S.W. Odell Est.; Chicago Grand Trunk R.R.; Horn Bros.; W.L. Brown; M. Taylor; R. Taylor; Birch; Tubs; J.H. Moores; J.M.H.; H.R. Cadwell; L. Welden; J.W. Roe; W. Huntley; O.M. Barnes; H. Morgan; Potter Mfg. Co.; E.C. Hall; H. Morgan; Cedar River; H. Morgan; O.M. Barnes; Mrs. McCammon; Detroit Lansing & Northern R.R.; James M. Turner; A.K. Truman; A.J. Champion; Trowbridge; E.W.S.; J.P. Miller Est.; W.S. Hutchinson; M. Redman Sr.; M. Price; School No. 8; A.E. Cooley; N.L. Cooley; C.D. Webster; Mrs. L. Souder; L.J. Cooley; J.F. Cooley; E.W.F.; N.L. Cooley; Cornell Edmonds; C. Wolf; Thos. Ship; L.C. Hamlin; L.S. Johnson; School No. 1; Lake Shore & Michigan Southern R.R.; Lafayette Weldon; E.J. Holmes; F.E. Brown; A.M. White; S.H. Whittmore; Mrs. E. Eiseman; H. Bliss; F.L. Parker Est.; J.R. Dunlap; R.H. Holmes; W. Longstreet; Emma Tenney; M.J. Chittenden; P. Englehart; Ellenberg; Cooper; Burns; E. Stevens; Alam Petter; E. Stevens; H.C. Everett; School No. 3; R.J.; T.C.; C.M.; Marvin Est.; T.E. Potter; G.W. Parks; R. Everett Est.; Elizabeth Cole; Michigan Central R.R.; A. McKim; O.B. Grinnell; S.W. Stanton; Mount Hope Cemetary; O.B. Grinnell; L. Acker; School No. 7; J.L. Cox; Sarah Acker; Jas. M. Turner; H. Mauler; Ida Tobias & Adelia Moon; J.C. Baker; C. Rankey; Peter Hahn; J.J. Tobias; Mrs. E. Tobias; Wm. Cole; O.J. Sutherland; E.W. Sutherland; J. Keller; J.M. Turner; M. Redman Sr.; J.P. Miller Est.; Bertha Alf; C. Goritz; W. Glines; Mrs. I.P. Evans; F. Toney; P.R. Smith; J.A. Ellis; Mrs. J. Zook; F. Manc; A.P. McKnight Est.; Williams Est.; A. Mutz; L.W. Reeves; C. Williams; Mrs. C. Murphy; H. Edison; Crysta Est.; F. Manc; August Ferle; J.M. Packard; C.F. Stabler; Ira C. Bristol; S.H. Whitmore; Mrs. E.A. McKibbon; J.J. Hoffman; O.C. Wheeler; A. Wheeler; M. Green; A.C. Clark; J. Holbrook; C.P. Everett; R. H. Holmes; M.A. Waldo; W. Hunter; E.A. Whitmore; A.S. Gale; School No. 3; W. Hunter; Walter Whiteley; Harry Whiteley; Wm. Whiteley; D.G. McKim; Geo. H. Cole; E. Hartig; O. Troop; D.C. McKim; E & W; D.E. & B.F. Goodrich; Jos. McCreary; Wm. Robinson; W. Olds; Robinson & Smallwood; F. Zeigler; K.H. Grinnell; Lola Bertwhistle; J.W. Collins; Jos. McCreary; J.J. Tobias; S. Foster; F. Tante Est.; C.J. Smith; E.J. Collins; R.L. Darrah; J.M. Turner; J. Scott; E.C. Smith; H.D. Box; J.A. Allen; Joshua Box; C. Glasser; C. Elsesser; G.W. Brown; H.C. Clark -
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Title: Delhi Township: 3N Range: 2W Section: - Keywords: L.S. & M.S. R.R.; Albert Clark; M. Piper; J. Banks; J. Skinn; J. Skinn; M. Piper; P. Beal; J. C. Haag; John Webster; School; J.L. Piper; C. Creyts; O.C. Goldsmith; W. Wait; G. Wait; J.K. North; J.C. Hoag; J.C. Hoag; J. Grove; C.J. Rayner; G.K.; G. Thomas; S. Wait; H. Helmker; W. Wait; E. North; P. Sniger; J.K. North; L. North; School; S. North; H. Wilscon; H. Weigman; G. Thomas Jr.; J.K. North; H.B. North; Cem.; W. Battenfield; A. Bolter; B. Switzgable; F. Fleming Est.; A. Kneram; J.Himmelberger; G. Miller; W. Banta; J.W. Collins; John Trevalle; Adelbert Fenton; S. Manley; J. Exuner; H. Exuner; W.H. Lott; Sycamore Creek; Michigan Central R.R.; L. Bouts; G. Fisher; W. Wright; L. Phillip; Henry Kurtz; John Kurtz; S. Lamoreaux; School; C. Hurtz; P. Biebeshemer; M. Gillett; G. Barner; A. Barnes; W. Jachalkey; Mrs. E. Collins; Res. of Frank Everett; C.B. Gilber; D. Roe; M. Palmiter; R. Lown; W.E. Everett; G. Skinner; V. Drum; W. Drum; H. Yunker; J. Roberts; Wm. Hicks; W.J. Holmes; J. Vancourt; D.S. Price; J. Daft; R.B. Hilliard; D.E. Epley; E. Sheldon; J. Hunt; S. Rolf; I. Weigman; H. Weigman; W. Wilson; M. Rehm; J.B. Luther; E.W. Mooers; M.E. Eifert; P. Miller; J.G. Roth; A. Kneviern; W.H. Cornell; W. A. Bolter; Alonzo Thompson; H.O. Cornell; A. Thompson; A. Jones; N. Hilliard; H. Lamoreaux; A. Jones; A.D. Aldric; J. Himmelberger; L. Dale; D. Long; G. Bell; S. Ferguson; O.D. Wright; G.W. Mallory; L. Phillips; School; Lewis Dale; I. Wood; G. Arend; D. Havens; A.E. Helmker; F. Arend; D. DeComp; S. Bliss; W. Lott; G. Arend; D. Corbit; W.J. Lott; S. Corbit; A. Lamoreaux; J. Lott Est.; E. Biebesheimer; John Miller; B. Skinner; W. Jachalkey; P. Gilbert; Henry Monroe; J. McCarty; D.E. Howe; R. Cooley; H. Gilbert; B.R. Loomis; C. Buckingham; W. Neisel; C. Gunn; C.H. Snyder; John Daft; August Neisel; C. Seifried; John Hunt; S. Elliott; H. Elliott; C. Gunn; R.B. Hilliard; P. Newman; G. Widman; G. Minger; School; T. Miller; J. Uberle; G. Alton; C. Driscoll; H. Crill; J. Guenther; W. Guenther; F. Servis; S. Luseney; R. Warner; O.H. Chapman; W. Elliott; Michael Fay; W. Franklin; E. Wagoner; E. Willoughby; C. Ahrens; G. Reuter; W. Elliott; M. Burlin; J. Mouldenhour; W. Mathew; P. Deihl; Simon Deihl; J. Sheathelm; J.A. Friedler; Henry Fry Est.; A. Stone; Church; S.W. Mayer; J. Sheathelm; Delhi; Delhi Center; H.J. Bond; S.E. Colbath; M. King Est.; L.R. Chaddock; Henry Smith Est.; H. Ferley; M. Park; J. Weigman; V. Green; G. Welch; T. Burges; Elton Fox; A. Black; A. Welch; D.H. Rice; S. Beal; A. Moser; Orland Gilbert; A. Luceeny; J. Buck; D. Tucker; F.J. Hoehn; Orland Gilbert; Lee; N. Smith; C. Binkley; J. Grovenberg; E. Grovenburg; R. McCue; S.E. Smith; Hu. Gunn; W.H. Allen; V. Mutz; A. Clark; S. Myers; R. Froedtert; C. Crantz; C. Stockell; Res.; O.B. Abbott B. Driscol; G. Widman; J.L. Bricker; J. Higglemire; Hausberger; O.B. Abbott; John Higglemire; W. Luceeny; Michael Fay; W.L. Abbott; C. Thompson Est.; J.L. Davis; B.Olinger; F. Olinger; S.H. Phillips; L. Zickgraff; C. Zickgraff; Holt P.O.; H.F. McDowell; H.J. Aldrich Est.; M. Keller; W.B. Watson; John King; William Cook; J.B. Thorburn; W.E. Bailey Est.; H.J. Bond; M. King Est.; M.J. Cook; Grand River; Amos Frink; F.E. Durfee; L. Potter; Mrs. S. Markham; School; Church; W. Fisher; J.W. Barber; O.A. Barker; W.J. O'Neal; A. Clark; Chas Pratt; W. Franklin; D. Cole; E. Wilson Est.; L. Humphrey; R. Painter; James Cilly; S.J. Pratt; J. Quinby; G. Gisenhafee; O.B. Abbott; Eli Mire; I.B. Chaddock; Orlando Holly; P. Williams; A.D. Price; Mrs. M.E. Mack; R. Henning; J. Swagler; Adam Reed; C. Harf; S. Statts; John Day; Jane Mallory; Casper Lott; J.B. Thorburn; R. Thorburn; James Thorburn; Lewis Walters; J. Surato; Casper Lott Est.; W. Cook; R. Hancock; W. Pryor; J.W. Hancock; R. Hancock; M. Somerville; W. Maxwell; Asher Harper; Volney Randall; G.L. Dickerson; J.S. Sweet; C. Hair; Henry North; J.B. Thorburn; H. & W. North; John S. Clark; C. Swift; S.A. Norton; A. Higglemire; Hattie Clark; S. Markham; John Allen; W. Heartsberg; B. Gilbert; A. Millertile; S. Sheasly; A. Higglemire; Reuben Hart; J.C. Nichols; C. Tooker; Harvey Wilson; W.W. Thorburn; Geo. Albert; School; E. Langley; Hiram Norris; F. Bullen; Peter Glantz; J.B. Smith; P. Glantz; S. Dunn; B. Langley; C. Hillard; W. Cook; Jacob Cook; G. Albert; M.J. Draper; Res.; A. Cheeney; W.A. Cheeney; S.M. Wait; T. Bateman; Res. of J. Marquedant; F. Miner; Norman Miner; J. Maxwell; H.J. Warfield; School; C. Wavel; -
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Title: Delhi Township: 3N Range: 2W Keywords: L.S. & M.S. R.R.; Albert Clark; M. Piper; J. Banks; J. Skinn; J. Skinn; M. Piper; P. Beal; J. C. Haag; John Webster; School; J.L. Piper; C. Creyts; O.C. Goldsmith; W. Wait; G. Wait; J.K. North; J.C. Hoag; J.C. Hoag; J. Grove; C.J. Rayner; G.K.; G. Thomas; S. Wait; H. Helmker; W. Wait; E. North; P. Sniger; J.K. North; L. North; School; S. North; H. Wilscon; H. Weigman; G. Thomas Jr.; J.K. North; H.B. North; Cem.; W. Battenfield; A. Bolter; B. Switzgable; F. Fleming Est.; A. Kneram; J.Himmelberger; G. Miller; W. Banta; J.W. Collins; John Trevalle; Adelbert Fenton; S. Manley; J. Exuner; H. Exuner; W.H. Lott; Sycamore Creek; Michigan Central R.R.; L. Bouts; G. Fisher; W. Wright; L. Phillip; Henry Kurtz; John Kurtz; S. Lamoreaux; School; C. Hurtz; P. Biebeshemer; M. Gillett; G. Barner; A. Barnes; W. Jachalkey; Mrs. E. Collins; Res. of Frank Everett; C.B. Gilber; D. Roe; M. Palmiter; R. Lown; W.E. Everett; G. Skinner; V. Drum; W. Drum; H. Yunker; J. Roberts; Wm. Hicks; W.J. Holmes; J. Vancourt; D.S. Price; J. Daft; R.B. Hilliard; D.E. Epley; E. Sheldon; J. Hunt; S. Rolf; I. Weigman; H. Weigman; W. Wilson; M. Rehm; J.B. Luther; E.W. Mooers; M.E. Eifert; P. Miller; J.G. Roth; A. Kneviern; W.H. Cornell; W. A. Bolter; Alonzo Thompson; H.O. Cornell; A. Thompson; A. Jones; N. Hilliard; H. Lamoreaux; A. Jones; A.D. Aldric; J. Himmelberger; L. Dale; D. Long; G. Bell; S. Ferguson; O.D. Wright; G.W. Mallory; L. Phillips; School; Lewis Dale; I. Wood; G. Arend; D. Havens; A.E. Helmker; F. Arend; D. DeComp; S. Bliss; W. Lott; G. Arend; D. Corbit; W.J. Lott; S. Corbit; A. Lamoreaux; J. Lott Est.; E. Biebesheimer; John Miller; B. Skinner; W. Jachalkey; P. Gilbert; Henry Monroe; J. McCarty; D.E. Howe; R. Cooley; H. Gilbert; B.R. Loomis; C. Buckingham; W. Neisel; C. Gunn; C.H. Snyder; John Daft; August Neisel; C. Seifried; John Hunt; S. Elliott; H. Elliott; C. Gunn; R.B. Hilliard; P. Newman; G. Widman; G. Minger; School; T. Miller; J. Uberle; G. Alton; C. Driscoll; H. Crill; J. Guenther; W. Guenther; F. Servis; S. Luseney; R. Warner; O.H. Chapman; W. Elliott; Michael Fay; W. Franklin; E. Wagoner; E. Willoughby; C. Ahrens; G. Reuter; W. Elliott; M. Burlin; J. Mouldenhour; W. Mathew; P. Deihl; Simon Deihl; J. Sheathelm; J.A. Friedler; Henry Fry Est.; A. Stone; Church; S.W. Mayer; J. Sheathelm; Delhi; Delhi Center; H.J. Bond; S.E. Colbath; M. King Est.; L.R. Chaddock; Henry Smith Est.; H. Ferley; M. Park; J. Weigman; V. Green; G. Welch; T. Burges; Elton Fox; A. Black; A. Welch; D.H. Rice; S. Beal; A. Moser; Orland Gilbert; A. Luceeny; J. Buck; D. Tucker; F.J. Hoehn; Orland Gilbert; Lee; N. Smith; C. Binkley; J. Grovenberg; E. Grovenburg; R. McCue; S.E. Smith; Hu. Gunn; W.H. Allen; V. Mutz; A. Clark; S. Myers; R. Froedtert; C. Crantz; C. Stockell; Res.; O.B. Abbott B. Driscol; G. Widman; J.L. Bricker; J. Higglemire; Hausberger; O.B. Abbott; John Higglemire; W. Luceeny; Michael Fay; W.L. Abbott; C. Thompson Est.; J.L. Davis; B.Olinger; F. Olinger; S.H. Phillips; L. Zickgraff; C. Zickgraff; Holt P.O.; H.F. McDowell; H.J. Aldrich Est.; M. Keller; W.B. Watson; John King; William Cook; J.B. Thorburn; W.E. Bailey Est.; H.J. Bond; M. King Est.; M.J. Cook; Grand River; Amos Frink; F.E. Durfee; L. Potter; Mrs. S. Markham; School; Church; W. Fisher; J.W. Barber; O.A. Barker; W.J. O'Neal; A. Clark; Chas Pratt; W. Franklin; D. Cole; E. Wilson Est.; L. Humphrey; R. Painter; James Cilly; S.J. Pratt; J. Quinby; G. Gisenhafee; O.B. Abbott; Eli Mire; I.B. Chaddock; Orlando Holly; P. Williams; A.D. Price; Mrs. M.E. Mack; R. Henning; J. Swagler; Adam Reed; C. Harf; S. Statts; John Day; Jane Mallory; Casper Lott; J.B. Thorburn; R. Thorburn; James Thorburn; Lewis Walters; J. Surato; Casper Lott Est.; W. Cook; R. Hancock; W. Pryor; J.W. Hancock; R. Hancock; M. Somerville; W. Maxwell; Asher Harper; Volney Randall; G.L. Dickerson; J.S. Sweet; C. Hair; Henry North; J.B. Thorburn; H. & W. North; John S. Clark; C. Swift; S.A. Norton; A. Higglemire; Hattie Clark; S. Markham; John Allen; W. Heartsberg; B. Gilbert; A. Millertile; S. Sheasly; A. Higglemire; Reuben Hart; J.C. Nichols; C. Tooker; Harvey Wilson; W.W. Thorburn; Geo. Albert; School; E. Langley; Hiram Norris; F. Bullen; Peter Glantz; J.B. Smith; P. Glantz; S. Dunn; B. Langley; C. Hillard; W. Cook; Jacob Cook; G. Albert; M.J. Draper; Res.; A. Cheeney; W.A. Cheeney; S.M. Wait; T. Bateman; Res. of J. Marquedant; F. Miner; Norman Miner; J. Maxwell; H.J. Warfield; School; C. Wavel; -
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Title: Alaiedon Township: 3N Range: 1W Section: - Keywords: A.D Felton; L.D. Shaw; Joel Smith; William O. Foote; G.G. Morton; A. Thorburn; Charles Wieland; Mary Anderson; J. Biebesheimer; Herron Creek; Frank W. Foote; James A. Allen; M. Dietz; G.H. Young; F.W. Dingman; T. Bennett; E. Peterman; W. Youse; M.E. Washburn; Moses C. Olds; Res. of W.A. Olds; W.A. Olds; M. Spang; Benjamin Guile; A. Smith; H.C. Guile; A.E. Guile; S. Rathbone; Upton J. Hammond; F. Martin; Edward Potter; Mathew Spang; Nelson Laylin; School; R.V. Stillman; Rosa Guile; D.C. Stillman; H. Dickman; H. Dickman; A. Dickman; Cem.; J.B. Parks; L. Meech; Mrs. M.K. North; A. Everett; D.O. Button; E. Palen; R. Button; D. Higgins; C. Rohrbacher; Mark Foster; Church; J. Osborn; T. Wade; Geo. Marzen; P. Aseltine; J.W. Kline; Charles Marzen; Ann E. Cook; John Butcher; John W. Driver; W. Butcher; Meridian of Michigan; N. Emmer; Peter Penner; Jacob Penne; W. Potts; H. Corbett; M. Gunther; Henry Kraft; C.C. Casterlin; C.C. Burgess; John A. Kippie; E. Cook; Leverett Chaddock; P.J. Bennett; J.W. Bennett; A.J. Champion; School; Sarah Wagner; J.P. Hewett; H.D. Felton; Anna Bissell; C.E. Lounsbury; David Peabody; E. Wilkins; C.M. Wilkins; T.H. Hedges; Bert True; Henry Palen; O.S. Rathbone; D.M. Strickland; H.D.S.; Alexander Dobie; Evaline Palen; J.B. Parks; Dobie L.; Nelson Laylin; Sloan Creek; Henry Stillman; Hezekidh Smith; Lewis Tyler; John Brenner; John Wellman; D.M. Strickland; R. Chandler; B.W. Winnie; S.R. King; S.R. King; Ernest Vose; Caroline Vose; F.A. Mathews; B. McCullough; C.S. Briggs; Ernest Dell; F. Dell; G.G. Lott; Geo. Ferely; L.W. Baker; Joseph Feier; John Kippie; U.M. DeCamp; Adelbert Burgess; R.F. Tyler; A.H. Phillips; Adam Dell; Ida M. Rice; S. Henrys; F.C. McEwen; Anna Bissell; C. Underwood; John Lamb Est.; Orville True; W. Gould; Geo. Post; Alexander Dobie; Levi King; Jas. Wright; T. Cardice; J.H. Loomis; C.J. Loomis; W. Francisco; Alexander McMillen; School; Town Hall; Res.; William M. Dobie; J. Keeler Est.; Res. of John Keeler; Joseph Keeler; S. Foster; A. Dobie; W. Shaffer; F. Strickland; James Sheldon; Frank Keesler; J.P.; Daniel Hale; J. & N. Christianson; G. Gansley; William Brenner; H. Kurtz; J.T. Green; L. Watkins; School; Austin Riggs; J. Hummel; H. Eifert; C.A. Button; Henry B. Chase; Israel Aseltine; John Lott Est.; Jacob Miller; E. Leech; Sycamore Creek; Mrs. E.P. Evans; G.M. DeCamp; William Hoyt; School; Henry Bickert; William A. Melton; M. Haight; J.G. Rider; W.F. Willits; Mrs. C.H. McCarrick; F.C. McEwen; L. Heinbaugh; A. Keeler; P.C. McEwen; Addo Hill; David Sanders; O.J. Lewis; Grange Hall; David Smith; M.F. Laycock; Charles Foler; B.C. Baker; Evertt Beardsley; D.C. Kelly Est.; Harrison M. Taylor; Spg.; L. Garsbrook; F. Aseltine; Hattie Aseltine; J. Weldon; L. Garsbrook; W. Cady; David Fitzsimmons; Millie Charlton and Lena Fenn; J.F. Wheaton; Austin Riggs; Asa W. Rowe; Emma Wolf; Geo. White; F. Potter; C. Sitts; John A. Speer; Otto Anderson; A. Riggs; John W. Speer; F. Scudder; J. Manning; John W. Speer; Nathan Western; J. Heatherman; W. Landy; F. Brenner; School; W.E. Manning; C.S. May; A.H. May; Nathan Weston; William Somerville; James Somerville; R. Corey; Michigan Central R.R.; Byron Staats; J.G. Rider; W.F. Willets; A. Brown; H.F. Willets; G.P. Lindsay; J. Lindsay Est.; Isaac Drew; Res. of F.A. Drew; Mud Creek; E. Williams; James Merrick; C. Pierce; James Pierce; Charles Foler; C. Fellows; P.R. Pierce; R.R. Doolittle; W.S. Moore; M.S. Laycock; School; G.A. Gillespie; N.E. Severance; W.P. Robbins; Perry Stevens; E.R. Barnes; W.H. Huntley; J.G. Dean; C.J. Rayner; Jackson & Wiley; Henry Dorris; J.V. Wheeler; B.S.S.; Frank Potter; G. Potter; Willis Potter; S. Bennett; J. Steinhoff; W. Upton; G.H. Collar; Stephen Collar; School; Mrs. Stephan Collar; Verner Cooper; Ellen Cooper; G.A. Parkhurst; J.D. DuBois; D.D. Raymond; W.N. Curtis; Jane Stevens; H.H. Dakin; D.H. Parkhurst; J. Darron; H.V. Tallman; C. Keihm Est.; John Thorburn; S. DeCamp; E.H. Brockway; M. Miller; F. Himes; School; C.J. Rayner; Abner Cook; John Thompson; T.W. Rolfe; M. Bement; E. Hill; C. Rayner; S. Armstrong; S. Armstrong; Bert C. Doolittle; M. Convese Est.; C. Doolittle; G. Parks; S. Nelson; H.J. Haught; G. Fellows Jr.; John Parks; C.W. Hopkins; R.R. Doolittle; A.E. Williams; E.M. Hoyt; A.J. Robinson; Joseph Beaumont; Richard Robinson; C.E. Russell; Levi Reeves; M.S. Laycock; Robert Fellows; P. Palen; D.E. Whitmore; F.P. Dean; Sp.; R.E. Griffin; C.J. & J.B. Rayner; Henry Linderman; J. Campbell; P.H. Young; J. Jones; R. Johnston; J.D. DuBois; T. Wolverine; J. Stevens; R. Jones; H. Coryell; L. Peck; Coryell; N. Mitchell; A. Dobie; Mrs. Jane Every; L. Huntley; Cem.; Horatio Every; W. Rotnour; C. Collar; Leonard Field; Mrs. T.B. Irish; T.J. Corner; Mrs. S.M. Doyle; G.J. Price; George Wilson; David Almond -
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Title: Alaiedon Township: 3N Range: 1W Keywords: A.D Felton; L.D. Shaw; Joel Smith; William O. Foote; G.G. Morton; A. Thorburn; Charles Wieland; Mary Anderson; J. Biebesheimer; Herron Creek; Frank W. Foote; James A. Allen; M. Dietz; G.H. Young; F.W. Dingman; T. Bennett; E. Peterman; W. Youse; M.E. Washburn; Moses C. Olds; Res. of W.A. Olds; W.A. Olds; M. Spang; Benjamin Guile; A. Smith; H.C. Guile; A.E. Guile; S. Rathbone; Upton J. Hammond; F. Martin; Edward Potter; Mathew Spang; Nelson Laylin; School; R.V. Stillman; Rosa Guile; D.C. Stillman; H. Dickman; H. Dickman; A. Dickman; Cem.; J.B. Parks; L. Meech; Mrs. M.K. North; A. Everett; D.O. Button; E. Palen; R. Button; D. Higgins; C. Rohrbacher; Mark Foster; Church; J. Osborn; T. Wade; Geo. Marzen; P. Aseltine; J.W. Kline; Charles Marzen; Ann E. Cook; John Butcher; John W. Driver; W. Butcher; Meridian of Michigan; N. Emmer; Peter Penner; Jacob Penne; W. Potts; H. Corbett; M. Gunther; Henry Kraft; C.C. Casterlin; C.C. Burgess; John A. Kippie; E. Cook; Leverett Chaddock; P.J. Bennett; J.W. Bennett; A.J. Champion; School; Sarah Wagner; J.P. Hewett; H.D. Felton; Anna Bissell; C.E. Lounsbury; David Peabody; E. Wilkins; C.M. Wilkins; T.H. Hedges; Bert True; Henry Palen; O.S. Rathbone; D.M. Strickland; H.D.S.; Alexander Dobie; Evaline Palen; J.B. Parks; Dobie L.; Nelson Laylin; Sloan Creek; Henry Stillman; Hezekidh Smith; Lewis Tyler; John Brenner; John Wellman; D.M. Strickland; R. Chandler; B.W. Winnie; S.R. King; S.R. King; Ernest Vose; Caroline Vose; F.A. Mathews; B. McCullough; C.S. Briggs; Ernest Dell; F. Dell; G.G. Lott; Geo. Ferely; L.W. Baker; Joseph Feier; John Kippie; U.M. DeCamp; Adelbert Burgess; R.F. Tyler; A.H. Phillips; Adam Dell; Ida M. Rice; S. Henrys; F.C. McEwen; Anna Bissell; C. Underwood; John Lamb Est.; Orville True; W. Gould; Geo. Post; Alexander Dobie; Levi King; Jas. Wright; T. Cardice; J.H. Loomis; C.J. Loomis; W. Francisco; Alexander McMillen; School; Town Hall; Res.; William M. Dobie; J. Keeler Est.; Res. of John Keeler; Joseph Keeler; S. Foster; A. Dobie; W. Shaffer; F. Strickland; James Sheldon; Frank Keesler; J.P.; Daniel Hale; J. & N. Christianson; G. Gansley; William Brenner; H. Kurtz; J.T. Green; L. Watkins; School; Austin Riggs; J. Hummel; H. Eifert; C.A. Button; Henry B. Chase; Israel Aseltine; John Lott Est.; Jacob Miller; E. Leech; Sycamore Creek; Mrs. E.P. Evans; G.M. DeCamp; William Hoyt; School; Henry Bickert; William A. Melton; M. Haight; J.G. Rider; W.F. Willits; Mrs. C.H. McCarrick; F.C. McEwen; L. Heinbaugh; A. Keeler; P.C. McEwen; Addo Hill; David Sanders; O.J. Lewis; Grange Hall; David Smith; M.F. Laycock; Charles Foler; B.C. Baker; Evertt Beardsley; D.C. Kelly Est.; Harrison M. Taylor; Spg.; L. Garsbrook; F. Aseltine; Hattie Aseltine; J. Weldon; L. Garsbrook; W. Cady; David Fitzsimmons; Millie Charlton and Lena Fenn; J.F. Wheaton; Austin Riggs; Asa W. Rowe; Emma Wolf; Geo. White; F. Potter; C. Sitts; John A. Speer; Otto Anderson; A. Riggs; John W. Speer; F. Scudder; J. Manning; John W. Speer; Nathan Western; J. Heatherman; W. Landy; F. Brenner; School; W.E. Manning; C.S. May; A.H. May; Nathan Weston; William Somerville; James Somerville; R. Corey; Michigan Central R.R.; Byron Staats; J.G. Rider; W.F. Willets; A. Brown; H.F. Willets; G.P. Lindsay; J. Lindsay Est.; Isaac Drew; Res. of F.A. Drew; Mud Creek; E. Williams; James Merrick; C. Pierce; James Pierce; Charles Foler; C. Fellows; P.R. Pierce; R.R. Doolittle; W.S. Moore; M.S. Laycock; School; G.A. Gillespie; N.E. Severance; W.P. Robbins; Perry Stevens; E.R. Barnes; W.H. Huntley; J.G. Dean; C.J. Rayner; Jackson & Wiley; Henry Dorris; J.V. Wheeler; B.S.S.; Frank Potter; G. Potter; Willis Potter; S. Bennett; J. Steinhoff; W. Upton; G.H. Collar; Stephen Collar; School; Mrs. Stephan Collar; Verner Cooper; Ellen Cooper; G.A. Parkhurst; J.D. DuBois; D.D. Raymond; W.N. Curtis; Jane Stevens; H.H. Dakin; D.H. Parkhurst; J. Darron; H.V. Tallman; C. Keihm Est.; John Thorburn; S. DeCamp; E.H. Brockway; M. Miller; F. Himes; School; C.J. Rayner; Abner Cook; John Thompson; T.W. Rolfe; M. Bement; E. Hill; C. Rayner; S. Armstrong; S. Armstrong; Bert C. Doolittle; M. Convese Est.; C. Doolittle; G. Parks; S. Nelson; H.J. Haught; G. Fellows Jr.; John Parks; C.W. Hopkins; R.R. Doolittle; A.E. Williams; E.M. Hoyt; A.J. Robinson; Joseph Beaumont; Richard Robinson; C.E. Russell; Levi Reeves; M.S. Laycock; Robert Fellows; P. Palen; D.E. Whitmore; F.P. Dean; Sp.; R.E. Griffin; C.J. & J.B. Rayner; Henry Linderman; J. Campbell; P.H. Young; J. Jones; R. Johnston; J.D. DuBois; T. Wolverine; J. Stevens; R. Jones; H. Coryell; L. Peck; Coryell; N. Mitchell; A. Dobie; Mrs. Jane Every; L. Huntley; Cem.; Horatio Every; W. Rotnour; C. Collar; Leonard Field; Mrs. T.B. Irish; T.J. Corner; Mrs. S.M. Doyle; G.J. Price; George Wilson; David Almond -
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Title: Wheatfield Township: 3N Range: 1E Section: - Keywords: John Shriver; Frank Shriver; John Mills; Andrew Watts; C.H. Cook; E. Rohrbacher; Nicholas Emmer; John Ellis; C. Bickert; A.C. Rehler; Augustin Moore; School No. 4; Joseph Linn; Joseph Benty; John Ellis; Peter Zimmer; J.A. Birdsall; Peter Linn; George Lay; B. Showerman; Lorenzo Lay; T. Taylor; John Ellis; J.J. Rehle; Catharine Hahn; Peter Zimmer; Peter Zimmer; John Ellis; Peter Linn; Peter Zimmer; M. Butler; Silas Butler Est.; D. Puttman; School No. 6; William Bleekman; Peter Linn; R.W. Owens Est.; Williamston; H.E. Higbee; W.W. Heald; N.S. Baker; W.L. Corwin; Judson Olds; Charles Beeman; Miles Gibson; John Smith; Mrs. E.A. Gillet; W.W. Dunning; Francis Baker; R. Minnis; W. Minnis; F.A. Merrifield; D. Puttman; E.M. Griffin; G. Rockwell; S.E. Jeffers; N. Capen; A. Shaw; C.W. Kirkland; G.E. Kirkland; C. Pitts; H.L. Spencer; Augustus Smith; W. Tobias; John Kuhnle; Mrs. E. Smith; A. Lindner; L Lindner; Mrs. E. Dyer; W.V.E.; G. Halleck; W. Gehr; Meridian of Michigan; E. Dell; Doras Upton; M.J. Cole; J. Rector; Wm. Rector; C. Brenner; Jacob Stoffer; E. Leach; W. Reeves; C.F. Warner; J.G. Fisher; A. Van Falkenburg; D.R. Lane; W. Wood; Saw Mill; C.F. Warner; W. Voss; L. Reasoner; W. Hills; J.L. Salsbury; Mrs. H. Tieman; J.B. Cole; Mrs. J.D. Kent; Seth Kent; F.C. Underwood; G. Vickers; C. Blanchard; T. Daily; Wm. Blanchard; A.H. Voil; S. Hatty; G.W. Curtis; T. Daily; I. Haviland; School No. 7; John Lay; W. Lay; Henry Lay; T.T. Becker; I.A. Bird; J. Showerman; Peter Karn; B. Schowerman; J.H. Linn; George Karn Est.; Peter Karn; Town Hall; H.D. Gollar; W.S. Frost; A. Lindner; E. Lindner; J.H. Lockhard; George Pratt; M. Showerman; A.M. Bird; H.D. Gollar; J.B. Frost; School No. 5; George Sadler; D. Puttman; A. Lindner; H. Brather; G.W. Byers; J.W. Butler; G. Huntington; J.E. Frost; W. Minnis; S.C. Odell; Joseph Dennis; W. Minnis; School No. 1; F. Swan; M. Showerman; F. Swan; Cem.; S.D. Dennis; J. Cummings; S.D. Dennis; C. Cummings; M.A. Dennis; J.G. Lasier; S. Bird; G.T. Acker; Edward Acker; G.W. Watts; T. Turan; Mrs. R. Gear; F. Recter; George McGowen; Cem. C. Davis; H. & B. Thompson; J. Jemerest; E. Hitchcock; C. Cummings; James Runciman; S.D. Dennis; M.A. Dennis; W.B. McGowen; M. Gould; Jane Hazzard; C. Carver; J. Darrow; C. Foler; E.G. Blanchard; G.J. Price; Henry Campbell; O. & O. Campbell; C.H. Bates; Mrs. F.A. Norman; H.H. Bates; L. Pollok; A. Bates; F. Sherwood; B. Pollok; C. Pollok; David van Camp; Carmen Collar; Lewis Foler; Mrs. F.A. Marshall; Godfrey Foler; F. Hammond; C.C. Hale; Eugene Kent; Simon Kent; Mrs. G. Puttman; Jason Pollok; Joh Pollock; Mahala Pollok; Mrs. M.J. Pollok; School No. 3; Seth Kent; A.D. Pollock; W.W. Steadman; H. Tobias; H. Tobias; A.D. Pollok; G. Blanchard; L. Kings; Gardner Fletcher; James Hills; Saw Mill; C.H. Miller; John Steadman; W.H. Blanchard; George Rehle; H. Steadman; J. Hills; M. Hobdart; Augustus Dietz; M. Hobbart; L.F. Wolverton; S. Warner; Mrs. L. Skinner & Nora Coy; G. Allen; T. Wood; W.H. Daniels; Deer Creek; Emily Twist; G. Sadler; Nathan Twist; Frank Beeman; G.E. States; C. West; T. Lambert; E. J. Raymond; A. Hobbart; S. Warner; Charles Kendall; Cem.; Alonzo Brown; Charles Heald; J.C. Frost; Walter Frost; C.F. Van Antwerp; David Gorsline; W. Dennis; Mrs. Zoe McManamar; Alonzo Doan; S.C. Ives; J. Dakin; Mrs. W. Watts; Mrs. A. Carr; Truman Carr Est.; W.C. Runciman; G. Travers; Doan Creek; Mrs. K. Culver; School No. 2; Mrs. M.J. Huston; F. Remington; R.C. Bordwell; A.J. Carr; W. Carr; F. & A. Gage; M. Otis; Isaac Swan; G. Gardner; G. & E. Carter; Mrs. Richard Martin; -
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Title: Leroy Township: 3N Range: 2E Section: - Keywords: Dockstader Est.; M.J. Gibson; Detroit Lansing & Northern R.R.; Charles Kirkland; E.W. Clark; Mrs. S.E. Goodspeed; Erwin Kirkland; C.C. & M.E. Rix; Hiram Rix Jr.; W. Tobias; Edward Johnson; A. Wygant; F. Wilcox; W. Durkee; W. Link; L. Harvey; School; Sylvester Starks; E.B. Wilcox; M.H. Bowerman; E.L. Dana; Mrs. C. Kinney; H. Wright; Cedar River; Milo S. Spears; John Purcell; S. Wolcott; J.T.; J. Alford; H.J. Dana Est.; Hiram Rix Sr.; Horace Rouse; H.E. Harkness; R.H. Putnam; Viola Parker "Guard"; Henry Dietz; Viola Parker; J.E. Smith; Albert Horton; A.W. Wygant; W. Rowley; W.L. Chapin; O.M. Warner; T. Rubert; C. Turrell; A. Webber; R. Bement; Saw Mill; Cem.; John Rosecrance; T. Rubert; L.S. Allchin; J. Kellogg; C.H. Chambers; C.D. Barber; Thaddeus Drew; A.V. Sullivan; D.C. Seymour; J. VanDyne; Mrs. E. Johnson; John Edwards; M.A. Winchell; Alfred Darling; C.D.; Bide; L. Seymour; E.L. Bates; H. Worters; S. Alger; H. Worters; W.H. Worters; A. Gunsolley; S.S. Rhodes; H.M. Silsby; McPherson Bros.; L.B. Smith; Webberville; J.S. Curtis; J.Q. Taylor; R.E. Monroe; W. Leach; Jas. Little; Chas. F. Monroe; McPherson Bros.; C. Schneider; G. Wavel; W.H. Ray; J.B. Caskey; Edward Scully; R. Huskee; August Keil; Ed Burte; Daniel Dentruff; G.H. Lapham; Dietz Creek; J. Rouse; F. Rector; C. & S. Cabot; M.E. King; T.J. Bond; School; G.R. Traver; Noah Porter; Doan Creek; Levi Culver; Geo. B. Howe; Oliver Meech; Daniel Haskell; Caroline Greer; B. Meech; Mrs. T.J. Bond; H.N. Fellows; R. Putman; Guy Mixter; C.E. Paddock; H.M. Litchfield; C. Graham; M. Shepherd; McPerson Bros.; Mrs. C. Grover; Henry Briggs; W. Grover; G.A. Briggs; Mrs. C. Grover; H. Brownell; Judge Putnam; School; Viola Parker "Guard"; Albert F. Horton; M. Warren; Mrs. F.S. Horton; Res.; H.J. Dana Est.; Theodore Dietz; V. Palmer; S. Rouse; R. Putnam; W. Haskell Est.; F. Wygant Est.; T. Nobel; G. Wygant; M. Wygant; N. Whitehead; George Gray; Joseph Loree; G. Vorce; A. Newman; Mrs. S. Jones; Bentley Bros.; Newman Hannigan; W. Wygant; Susan A. Haskill Est.; W.F. Mead; W.H. Marsh; Annie Marsh; Geo. Vorce; W. Beaxan; Gillett Jones; A.H. Allchin; A.O. Allchin; School; Kalamink Creek; W. Hinman; W. McWethy; C.F. Grieb; G.W. Langford; Mrs. E. Kuhn; R. Gosmere; Alexander Darrow; A.D. Townsend; J.M. Moroe; Elmer Monroe; R.W. Hartwick; B. Herrick; D. Herrick; D. Dean; S.E. Dean; R.E. Monroe; H.S. Hatch Est.; A.F. Wallce; Cem.; Mrs. J.A. VanOrden; R. Smith; R. Allchin Est.; W.R. Dunlop; W.P. Thomas; W. McWethy; A. Allchin; Thomas Fear; F. Herrick; B. Herrick; Daniel Herrick; N. Pamment; Henry Wilson; School; F. Allen; S.A. Murray; C. Placeway; J.W. Francis; A. Monroe; Mrs. F. Tobias; Culver & Putman; Mrs. M.J. Huston; M. Putnam; G.H. Rouse; Mrs. A. Brownell; G. Shepherd; Grant Carter; C. Shepherd; O. Tubbs; W. Robbins; E.W.F. Berg; W.D. Cady; J. Cady; Mrs. A. Cady; Erwin Cady; M. Ayrault; Enterprise Farm; W.L. Beeman; Curtis Beeman; Chas Beardsley; R.D. Bentley; Isaac Anderson; Mary C. Boomer; Mrs. L. Adams; Thomas Reese; Saw Mill; M. & F. Halleck; C. Trowbridge; F. Remington; W. Robbins; F. Sawn; Mrs. Brown; A.J. Dakin; Theodore Weston; Sarah J. Bunker; C. Phillips; E. Champlin; R. Wilcox; A.E. Turrell; U.E. Bearse; School; Henry Wilbur; S.H. Wolverton; W. Stewart; Martin Jones; John Oesterle; Bert Oakley; J.B. Keith; J.H. Catlin; A. Catlin; E. Dewitt; R. Douglas; F.E. Liverance; Moses Dewitt; F.B. Mead; T.J. Baker; John W. Gifford Est.; Frank Perry; C. Stoddard; C. Cushman; Ellis Moore; J.M. Christian; Seth C. Stowe; J. Donald; Robert Smith; Henry Leonard; L.C. Dean; D. Smith; M.P. Lampson; McPherson Bros.; F. Meirmdorf; Mrs. Huston; G.W. Huston; Martha Allen; E.J. Secor; Frank Cole; H. Peters; C. Brookland; Orlo Searls; Mrs. K.A. Smith; R. Cole; C. Rayner; J.L. Wilson; John W. Smith; D. Stoddard; Fred Monroe; N.M. Monroe; Frederico Bohnet Est.; Jacob Stroble; J. Ide; J. Hodge; T. Hubbard; School; C. Nelson; Mrs. J.B. Sigourney; D.L. Crossman; Almina Lathrop; H. Miller; A. Sand; C. Keppen; John Risch; Gott Bros.; C. Rusch; School; John Meirmdorf; H. Mathieson; F. Foreman; Thomas Fear; Mrs. F. Briggs; John Mulvany; A. Bowen; John Mulvany; J. Mathieson -
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Title: Leroy Township: 3N Range: 2E Keywords: Dockstader Est.; M.J. Gibson; Detroit Lansing & Northern R.R.; Charles Kirkland; E.W. Clark; Mrs. S.E. Goodspeed; Erwin Kirkland; C.C. & M.E. Rix; Hiram Rix Jr.; W. Tobias; Edward Johnson; A. Wygant; F. Wilcox; W. Durkee; W. Link; L. Harvey; School; Sylvester Starks; E.B. Wilcox; M.H. Bowerman; E.L. Dana; Mrs. C. Kinney; H. Wright; Cedar River; Milo S. Spears; John Purcell; S. Wolcott; J.T.; J. Alford; H.J. Dana Est.; Hiram Rix Sr.; Horace Rouse; H.E. Harkness; R.H. Putnam; Viola Parker "Guard"; Henry Dietz; Viola Parker; J.E. Smith; Albert Horton; A.W. Wygant; W. Rowley; W.L. Chapin; O.M. Warner; T. Rubert; C. Turrell; A. Webber; R. Bement; Saw Mill; Cem.; John Rosecrance; T. Rubert; L.S. Allchin; J. Kellogg; C.H. Chambers; C.D. Barber; Thaddeus Drew; A.V. Sullivan; D.C. Seymour; J. VanDyne; Mrs. E. Johnson; John Edwards; M.A. Winchell; Alfred Darling; C.D.; Bide; L. Seymour; E.L. Bates; H. Worters; S. Alger; H. Worters; W.H. Worters; A. Gunsolley; S.S. Rhodes; H.M. Silsby; McPherson Bros.; L.B. Smith; Webberville; J.S. Curtis; J.Q. Taylor; R.E. Monroe; W. Leach; Jas. Little; Chas. F. Monroe; McPherson Bros.; C. Schneider; G. Wavel; W.H. Ray; J.B. Caskey; Edward Scully; R. Huskee; August Keil; Ed Burte; Daniel Dentruff; G.H. Lapham; Dietz Creek; J. Rouse; F. Rector; C. & S. Cabot; M.E. King; T.J. Bond; School; G.R. Traver; Noah Porter; Doan Creek; Levi Culver; Geo. B. Howe; Oliver Meech; Daniel Haskell; Caroline Greer; B. Meech; Mrs. T.J. Bond; H.N. Fellows; R. Putman; Guy Mixter; C.E. Paddock; H.M. Litchfield; C. Graham; M. Shepherd; McPerson Bros.; Mrs. C. Grover; Henry Briggs; W. Grover; G.A. Briggs; Mrs. C. Grover; H. Brownell; Judge Putnam; School; Viola Parker "Guard"; Albert F. Horton; M. Warren; Mrs. F.S. Horton; Res.; H.J. Dana Est.; Theodore Dietz; V. Palmer; S. Rouse; R. Putnam; W. Haskell Est.; F. Wygant Est.; T. Nobel; G. Wygant; M. Wygant; N. Whitehead; George Gray; Joseph Loree; G. Vorce; A. Newman; Mrs. S. Jones; Bentley Bros.; Newman Hannigan; W. Wygant; Susan A. Haskill Est.; W.F. Mead; W.H. Marsh; Annie Marsh; Geo. Vorce; W. Beaxan; Gillett Jones; A.H. Allchin; A.O. Allchin; School; Kalamink Creek; W. Hinman; W. McWethy; C.F. Grieb; G.W. Langford; Mrs. E. Kuhn; R. Gosmere; Alexander Darrow; A.D. Townsend; J.M. Moroe; Elmer Monroe; R.W. Hartwick; B. Herrick; D. Herrick; D. Dean; S.E. Dean; R.E. Monroe; H.S. Hatch Est.; A.F. Wallce; Cem.; Mrs. J.A. VanOrden; R. Smith; R. Allchin Est.; W.R. Dunlop; W.P. Thomas; W. McWethy; A. Allchin; Thomas Fear; F. Herrick; B. Herrick; Daniel Herrick; N. Pamment; Henry Wilson; School; F. Allen; S.A. Murray; C. Placeway; J.W. Francis; A. Monroe; Mrs. F. Tobias; Culver & Putman; Mrs. M.J. Huston; M. Putnam; G.H. Rouse; Mrs. A. Brownell; G. Shepherd; Grant Carter; C. Shepherd; O. Tubbs; W. Robbins; E.W.F. Berg; W.D. Cady; J. Cady; Mrs. A. Cady; Erwin Cady; M. Ayrault; Enterprise Farm; W.L. Beeman; Curtis Beeman; Chas Beardsley; R.D. Bentley; Isaac Anderson; Mary C. Boomer; Mrs. L. Adams; Thomas Reese; Saw Mill; M. & F. Halleck; C. Trowbridge; F. Remington; W. Robbins; F. Sawn; Mrs. Brown; A.J. Dakin; Theodore Weston; Sarah J. Bunker; C. Phillips; E. Champlin; R. Wilcox; A.E. Turrell; U.E. Bearse; School; Henry Wilbur; S.H. Wolverton; W. Stewart; Martin Jones; John Oesterle; Bert Oakley; J.B. Keith; J.H. Catlin; A. Catlin; E. Dewitt; R. Douglas; F.E. Liverance; Moses Dewitt; F.B. Mead; T.J. Baker; John W. Gifford Est.; Frank Perry; C. Stoddard; C. Cushman; Ellis Moore; J.M. Christian; Seth C. Stowe; J. Donald; Robert Smith; Henry Leonard; L.C. Dean; D. Smith; M.P. Lampson; McPherson Bros.; F. Meirmdorf; Mrs. Huston; G.W. Huston; Martha Allen; E.J. Secor; Frank Cole; H. Peters; C. Brookland; Orlo Searls; Mrs. K.A. Smith; R. Cole; C. Rayner; J.L. Wilson; John W. Smith; D. Stoddard; Fred Monroe; N.M. Monroe; Frederico Bohnet Est.; Jacob Stroble; J. Ide; J. Hodge; T. Hubbard; School; C. Nelson; Mrs. J.B. Sigourney; D.L. Crossman; Almina Lathrop; H. Miller; A. Sand; C. Keppen; John Risch; Gott Bros.; C. Rusch; School; John Meirmdorf; H. Mathieson; F. Foreman; Thomas Fear; Mrs. F. Briggs; John Mulvany; A. Bowen; John Mulvany; J. Mathieson -
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Title: White Oak Township: 2N Range: 2E Section: - Keywords: Caroline Cady; Mrs. E. Cady; John R. Potter; James Walcott; John R. Potter; H.W. Rosecrans; E.P. Joslin; W. Morgan; W.C. Pope; School No. 10; Alfred A. Reid; J.W. Gifford; L.A. & M.J. VanBuren; W. Johnson; A.J. Miller; J.H. Kendrick; George R. Wilcox; C.G. Blaich; J.W. Hayner; O. Johnson; Res.; John A. Sly; Mrs. L. Wright; H.J. Lantis; J.H. Clements; J.E. Crandall; John D. Lantis; W.C. Sly; S.J. Lantis; Ezra Wilcox; G. Starkweather; H. Leonard Est.; Archie Marshall; J.H. Kendrick; Albert Brown; C. & E. Granger; School No. 7; James A. Wilcox; Elmer Jackson; Geo. Jackson; Thomas Dayton; A. Brinenstool; J. Western; K.B. Winchell; C. Osborn; J.A. Wilcox; W.W. Oakley; Osborn Bros.; E. Johnson; George Giddings; J.W. Haywood; Walter Hayner; David Howell; W.T. Godley; A.H. Clements; H.M. Godley; Daniel Harris; T.C. Crysler; C.S. Young; L.D. Leonard; Anna Holand; Mrs. N.J. Lantis; N.J. Fellows; Jacob Singer; Bentley Lutz; Daniel F. Holland; Lyman Russell; E. Jones; C.A. Hayner; James Porter; A. Kitchen; Mrs. J. Bentley; W.T. Patrick; S. Bignal; Geo. D. Ackley; E.A. Church; Geo. Ackley; W.A. Havens; John Moran; James W. Doty; James Davidson; J. Lillywhite; G.E. Jacobs; J. O'Flinn; Oscar Nichols; F. Curtis; J. Stewart; Mrs. M. Donald; W.T. Hurlbert; Geo. H. McIntyre; E.W. Noble; H.L. Metcalf; John Mulvany; Chas Peters; L. Bowers; L. Braiby; Kate Havens; Mrs. Havens; H. Havens; John W. Norris; G.E. Jacobs; F.D. Crandall; R. Jacobs; P. Smoley; Kate Bradley; J.W.R.; I. Bureland; H. Laughlin; School No. 9; Frances McMahon; Lucy O'Brien; Elizabeth Hankard; Margaret Sanders; Owen McMahon; G.E. Jacobs; R. Jacobs; Howard Est.; Mart McIntyre; Res.; George Titmus; D.W. Havens; Elbert Wilhelm; E. Chapple; Levi Abbott; M.J. Abbott; S. Wilson; Mrs. A. Winchell; Geo. Foster; S.A. Williams; E.N. Campbell; W. Radford; Sylvester Avery; B. Chapple; C.H. Rice; W.S. Walker; G.L. Carter; M. Dakin; G.L. Carter; O.L. Lathrop; Harmon Wemple; P. Phelps; J.B. Dakin Est.; Frank Dakin; J. Barnhart; Joshua Doane; Peter Sweeney; A.E. Clements; A. Rayner; S. Clements; L. Conklin; C.H. Rice; Mrs. I.W. Howell; S.B. Munn; Mrs. L. Brower; E. Plumer; Ann Davis; John Davis; E. Clickner; Geo. Harvey; Mrs. J. Warfle; D. Warfle; Orin Hedglin; A.C. Titus; Res.; Charles Rubert; S.B. Godley; Geo. Dyer; J. Oakley; Bert Dyer; John Cooper; Egbert West; Mrs. M.J. Dyer; W. Ramsdill; Wilson & Binding; John Davis; W. Pulling; W. Pulling; B.P.; A. Steven; A.J. Stevens; Zuna Carter; Alvin Stevens; Res,; W.; Res.; David Taylor; C.H. Carpenter; W.A. Havens; J.B. Taylor; C.H. Carpenter; Wilson & Binding; James Oakley; Frank Lantis; Jacob Fortman; G. Fortman; Town Hall; James E. Lockwood; E.A. Patrick; John Dickerson; John Hynes; W. Eggleston; L. Peck; J.G.; H.B. Dibble; A.H. Patrick Est.; V. Hudson; E. Lantis; F. Hedglin; Judson & Co.; D. Lantis; W.H. Champman; E.T. McKernan; H.B. Dibble; F. Lantis; D. Lantis; V. Hudson; E.C. Wilson; Horton Smith; F. Vogts; J.C. Gray; George Titmus; Res. of R.W. Wilson; Homer Smith; J.B.H.; School No. 1; Res.; C.H. Atwood; H. Bravender; C.W.C; H. Wright; E. Chatfield; T. Moffat; E. Pollock; F.A. Fuller; George Barnhart; Thomas McCarty; T. McCarty; Mrs. S.J. Smith; Stilwagen & Walker; Enoch Osborne; Willard Smith; Anson Stowe; Mrs. L. Hill; Res.; Thomas Hale; F. Wipert; Frank Clickner; Mrs. George Pulling; George H. Proctor; Res. of S.J. Proctor; C.F. Patrick; Russell Hastings; J.B. Wilson; G. Pulling; J.W. Beam; Philo Phelps; G.L. Carter; School No. 2; Grange Hall; Res.; Grant G. Carter; W. & P.; Judson Felton; N. Townsend; M. Felton; T.J. Gillam; M. Smith; M. Martin; G.M. Thompson; Mathew Lehman; D.S. Grimes; John Sayles; Lyman Sales; D.J. Grimes; Cem.; S. Grimes; School No. 3; Warren Munson; Samuel Binding; E. & F. Binding; S. Scoville; W. West; W.H. Post; Levi Swan; S. Scoville; Levi Swan; Mrs. S. Oakley; Charles Stevens; R.S. Oakley; Edwin Wessels; Jasper Phelps; Mrs. C.J. Miller; Mrs. L. Woodhouse; Mrs. C.J. Miller; John Cooper; W. Cooper; G. Jacobs; D. Stevens; Mrs. A. Clark; H. Bravender; White Oak P.O.; P.O.; School No. 11; C.H. Carpenter; E.W. Howe; E.M. Gillam; H. Bravender; C. Brogan; M.E. Gillam; John Hynes; G.M. Burden; G. Thompson; David Burgess; C. Brogan; G. Thompson; W. Ledwidge; D. Burgess; Mrs. E. Woodard; W. Ledwidge; W.H. Smith; W. Ledwidge; O.C. Post; Henry Hutson; S. Elsworth; Walter Hayner; W.K. & J.D. Koons; Mrs. M. Conklin; Frank Wheaton; E.M. Gillam; W.R. Oakley; J. Dutcher; Mrs. E. Hayner; W.R. Oakley; John Dutcher; W.R. & J.D.H. Koons; D.T. Dutcher; J.W. Johnson; Daniel McKenzie; E. Van Buren; P. Howell; John Hynes; Res.; Isaac Dunn; Asa Proctor; J.S. Phillips; W.W.H.; Eber Smith; D. Cameron -
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Title: White Oak Township: 2N Range: 2E Keywords: Caroline Cady; Mrs. E. Cady; John R. Potter; James Walcott; John R. Potter; H.W. Rosecrans; E.P. Joslin; W. Morgan; W.C. Pope; School No. 10; Alfred A. Reid; J.W. Gifford; L.A. & M.J. VanBuren; W. Johnson; A.J. Miller; J.H. Kendrick; George R. Wilcox; C.G. Blaich; J.W. Hayner; O. Johnson; Res.; John A. Sly; Mrs. L. Wright; H.J. Lantis; J.H. Clements; J.E. Crandall; John D. Lantis; W.C. Sly; S.J. Lantis; Ezra Wilcox; G. Starkweather; H. Leonard Est.; Archie Marshall; J.H. Kendrick; Albert Brown; C. & E. Granger; School No. 7; James A. Wilcox; Elmer Jackson; Geo. Jackson; Thomas Dayton; A. Brinenstool; J. Western; K.B. Winchell; C. Osborn; J.A. Wilcox; W.W. Oakley; Osborn Bros.; E. Johnson; George Giddings; J.W. Haywood; Walter Hayner; David Howell; W.T. Godley; A.H. Clements; H.M. Godley; Daniel Harris; T.C. Crysler; C.S. Young; L.D. Leonard; Anna Holand; Mrs. N.J. Lantis; N.J. Fellows; Jacob Singer; Bentley Lutz; Daniel F. Holland; Lyman Russell; E. Jones; C.A. Hayner; James Porter; A. Kitchen; Mrs. J. Bentley; W.T. Patrick; S. Bignal; Geo. D. Ackley; E.A. Church; Geo. Ackley; W.A. Havens; John Moran; James W. Doty; James Davidson; J. Lillywhite; G.E. Jacobs; J. O'Flinn; Oscar Nichols; F. Curtis; J. Stewart; Mrs. M. Donald; W.T. Hurlbert; Geo. H. McIntyre; E.W. Noble; H.L. Metcalf; John Mulvany; Chas Peters; L. Bowers; L. Braiby; Kate Havens; Mrs. Havens; H. Havens; John W. Norris; G.E. Jacobs; F.D. Crandall; R. Jacobs; P. Smoley; Kate Bradley; J.W.R.; I. Bureland; H. Laughlin; School No. 9; Frances McMahon; Lucy O'Brien; Elizabeth Hankard; Margaret Sanders; Owen McMahon; G.E. Jacobs; R. Jacobs; Howard Est.; Mart McIntyre; Res.; George Titmus; D.W. Havens; Elbert Wilhelm; E. Chapple; Levi Abbott; M.J. Abbott; S. Wilson; Mrs. A. Winchell; Geo. Foster; S.A. Williams; E.N. Campbell; W. Radford; Sylvester Avery; B. Chapple; C.H. Rice; W.S. Walker; G.L. Carter; M. Dakin; G.L. Carter; O.L. Lathrop; Harmon Wemple; P. Phelps; J.B. Dakin Est.; Frank Dakin; J. Barnhart; Joshua Doane; Peter Sweeney; A.E. Clements; A. Rayner; S. Clements; L. Conklin; C.H. Rice; Mrs. I.W. Howell; S.B. Munn; Mrs. L. Brower; E. Plumer; Ann Davis; John Davis; E. Clickner; Geo. Harvey; Mrs. J. Warfle; D. Warfle; Orin Hedglin; A.C. Titus; Res.; Charles Rubert; S.B. Godley; Geo. Dyer; J. Oakley; Bert Dyer; John Cooper; Egbert West; Mrs. M.J. Dyer; W. Ramsdill; Wilson & Binding; John Davis; W. Pulling; W. Pulling; B.P.; A. Steven; A.J. Stevens; Zuna Carter; Alvin Stevens; Res,; W.; Res.; David Taylor; C.H. Carpenter; W.A. Havens; J.B. Taylor; C.H. Carpenter; Wilson & Binding; James Oakley; Frank Lantis; Jacob Fortman; G. Fortman; Town Hall; James E. Lockwood; E.A. Patrick; John Dickerson; John Hynes; W. Eggleston; L. Peck; J.G.; H.B. Dibble; A.H. Patrick Est.; V. Hudson; E. Lantis; F. Hedglin; Judson & Co.; D. Lantis; W.H. Champman; E.T. McKernan; H.B. Dibble; F. Lantis; D. Lantis; V. Hudson; E.C. Wilson; Horton Smith; F. Vogts; J.C. Gray; George Titmus; Res. of R.W. Wilson; Homer Smith; J.B.H.; School No. 1; Res.; C.H. Atwood; H. Bravender; C.W.C; H. Wright; E. Chatfield; T. Moffat; E. Pollock; F.A. Fuller; George Barnhart; Thomas McCarty; T. McCarty; Mrs. S.J. Smith; Stilwagen & Walker; Enoch Osborne; Willard Smith; Anson Stowe; Mrs. L. Hill; Res.; Thomas Hale; F. Wipert; Frank Clickner; Mrs. George Pulling; George H. Proctor; Res. of S.J. Proctor; C.F. Patrick; Russell Hastings; J.B. Wilson; G. Pulling; J.W. Beam; Philo Phelps; G.L. Carter; School No. 2; Grange Hall; Res.; Grant G. Carter; W. & P.; Judson Felton; N. Townsend; M. Felton; T.J. Gillam; M. Smith; M. Martin; G.M. Thompson; Mathew Lehman; D.S. Grimes; John Sayles; Lyman Sales; D.J. Grimes; Cem.; S. Grimes; School No. 3; Warren Munson; Samuel Binding; E. & F. Binding; S. Scoville; W. West; W.H. Post; Levi Swan; S. Scoville; Levi Swan; Mrs. S. Oakley; Charles Stevens; R.S. Oakley; Edwin Wessels; Jasper Phelps; Mrs. C.J. Miller; Mrs. L. Woodhouse; Mrs. C.J. Miller; John Cooper; W. Cooper; G. Jacobs; D. Stevens; Mrs. A. Clark; H. Bravender; White Oak P.O.; P.O.; School No. 11; C.H. Carpenter; E.W. Howe; E.M. Gillam; H. Bravender; C. Brogan; M.E. Gillam; John Hynes; G.M. Burden; G. Thompson; David Burgess; C. Brogan; G. Thompson; W. Ledwidge; D. Burgess; Mrs. E. Woodard; W. Ledwidge; W.H. Smith; W. Ledwidge; O.C. Post; Henry Hutson; S. Elsworth; Walter Hayner; W.K. & J.D. Koons; Mrs. M. Conklin; Frank Wheaton; E.M. Gillam; W.R. Oakley; J. Dutcher; Mrs. E. Hayner; W.R. Oakley; John Dutcher; W.R. & J.D.H. Koons; D.T. Dutcher; J.W. Johnson; Daniel McKenzie; E. Van Buren; P. Howell; John Hynes; Res.; Isaac Dunn; Asa Proctor; J.S. Phillips; W.W.H.; Eber Smith; D. Cameron -
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Title: Ingham Township: 2N Range: 1E Section: - Keywords: O. Campbell; John & Martha Wauvle; Martha Wauvle; Addison Bates; Co. Ditch; Co. Ditch; Deer Creek; Mary Rae; M.D. Frederick; C. Frederick; Co. Ditch; J. Scarlet; Mrs. J.J. Davidson; Mrs. L. Gatches; John Scarley; M.D. Robinson; William Vanderhoof Est.; S.B. Fitch; Carrie Scott; W. Mann; Jacob Dakin; D. Wainright; L. Squires; E.S. Clark Est.; M.V. Otis; James West; Lyman Betts Est.; F.M. Mann; F. Reason; T. Whipple; A. Coy Est.; David D. Hurlburt; William Rae; Mrs. J.J. Davidson; School; Mrs. Harvey H. Whipple; C. Hall; Dennis Hurlburt; Co. Ditch Branch; A. Bravender; A. Bravender; P. Swan; Peter Aseltine; Henry S. Ranney; R.W. Whipple; A. Bravender; David Dayton; Mrs. S. Andrews; Thomas Whipple; School; J.H. Allen; Robert Martin; School; Harvey Stead; Searls Drew; Amasa Phillips; Jennie Piper; Anna Sedwick; E. Swan; Josiah Camp Est.; P. Sweeney; E.S. Clark Est.; Frank Lester; W.W. Raymond; Minnie Paine; John Hatch; Levi Park; D.E. Watts; Mary Hendricks; Spg.; C.E. Sawyer; Amos Crossman; J.M. Crossman; Charles H. James; John E. Curtis; B.F. Sawyer; E.C. Dakin; Mrs. W. Mullen; William Mullen; C.H. Hewitt; J.B. Austin; E.P. McCollum; Doan Creek Ditch; M. Farnham; J.C. Marshall; O.D. Corwin; School; C.P. Osborn; E.J. Brown; Mrs. G.L. Chappel; James Swan; Thos Field Est.; E. Young; J.A. Davidson; Ingham Co. Saving Bank; E.D. Field; E. Griffith; John Peacock; A.O. King; Jesse Sherwood Est.; Myron Corwin; G. Turnbull; R.W. Whipple; Mrs. W. Brown; William Brown Est.; Mrs. A. Nichols; Mrs. E.M. Hayhoe; Jacob Dakin; A. Summons; Mrs. S. Colwell; E.M. Hayhoe; G. Hayhoe; W.; E. Walker; Mrs. C. Taylor; County Ditch; J.P. Dennis; F. Clark; A. Dunham; C.M. Williams; W.W. Taylor; Samuel Hanna; Rayner & Teft; J. Greyham; S. Southmade; A. Densmore; Mrs. Nancy Miller; J.C. Hunt; F.C. Clark; Moore Hunt; Spg.; Sprg.; John West; A. Warldo; Isaac H. Briggs; J.M. Royce; Jacob Dakin; William West; James West; A.D. Beardsley; John West; Dansville; James M. Royce; O. Backus; D.D. Fox Est.; G.P. Glynn; R.P. Walker; George Deihl; Branch Doan Creek Ditch; H. Sawyer; B.F. Sawyer; E.A. Sawyer; A. Densmore; Dansville; W. Radford; James Radford; S. Avery; Samuel Skaden; Mrs. E.A. Hatch; George Gotts; Josh Doane; Mrs. Jane Brown; W. Abbott; A. Abbott; James Vaughn; S.E. Skaden; S. Wilson; Mrs. C.E. Royce; James M. Royce; F.J. Bulen; J.C.; J.D.; M. Upthegrove; N.L. Strong; Emeline Sawens; F.J. Bulen; S. Avery; Spg.; Spg.; F.L. Miller; A. Densmore; C.L. Randall; M. Paine; George Jessop; M. Paine; Ford. W. Hayons; R. Emons; M. Paine; Mrs. C.E. Atwood; Mrs. S. Colwell; W.S. Walker; G.L. Carter; August Hawn; School; Mrs. E. Hanna; W. Hanna; James Blakely; School; W.H. Hanna; Dennis Walton; Blakely Ditch; C. Van Horn; D.S. Hewes; W.H. Curtis; Mrs. M.A. Whiting; Moore Hunt; J.C. Hunt; T. Hoffman; F. Clark; Leonard J. Everett; J.H. Baskford; M.M.A. & Lilly Manges; Mrs. L. Barr; Mrs. J. Barr; Thomas Blakely; Daniel Barr; Geo. Whiting; Hugh Blakely; Emma J. Raynor; H. Rose; W.H. Curtis; D.L. Crossman; G. Lundquist; Blakely Ditch; D.S. Hewes; J.H. Bashford; D.L. Crossman; A.F. Hendee; Fred Densmore; Walter Fosdick; F. Clark; Chas Clark; Cem. School; Spg.; L.S. Miller; Spg.; F.L. Miller; Jacob Dakin; Philo Dunsmore Est.; R. Warfle; W.E. West; P. Ferguson; M. Walker; G.M. Townsend; E. Halladay; G.L. Carter; Jared Backus; N. Sales; L.M. Smith; Col.I.H. Ives; Samuel Halladay Est.; E. Dakin; P.F. While; Robert Howlett; Eliza Webb; H.C. Evarts; M.A. Warfle; C.H. Wade; J.C. Ewers; D.L. Crossman; David Carl; N.V. Wemple; J.E. Curtis; A. Livermore; Ayers Thomas; Byron Holt; Homer Wilcox; J.J. McMichael; E.C. Walker; W.E. Howlett; H.V. Jessie; C. Freer; Frank Grimes; R. Howlett; A.A. Howlett; W.H. Howlett -
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Title: Ingham Township: 2N Range: 1E Keywords: O. Campbell; John & Martha Wauvle; Martha Wauvle; Addison Bates; Co. Ditch; Co. Ditch; Deer Creek; Mary Rae; M.D. Frederick; C. Frederick; Co. Ditch; J. Scarlet; Mrs. J.J. Davidson; Mrs. L. Gatches; John Scarley; M.D. Robinson; William Vanderhoof Est.; S.B. Fitch; Carrie Scott; W. Mann; Jacob Dakin; D. Wainright; L. Squires; E.S. Clark Est.; M.V. Otis; James West; Lyman Betts Est.; F.M. Mann; F. Reason; T. Whipple; A. Coy Est.; David D. Hurlburt; William Rae; Mrs. J.J. Davidson; School; Mrs. Harvey H. Whipple; C. Hall; Dennis Hurlburt; Co. Ditch Branch; A. Bravender; A. Bravender; P. Swan; Peter Aseltine; Henry S. Ranney; R.W. Whipple; A. Bravender; David Dayton; Mrs. S. Andrews; Thomas Whipple; School; J.H. Allen; Robert Martin; School; Harvey Stead; Searls Drew; Amasa Phillips; Jennie Piper; Anna Sedwick; E. Swan; Josiah Camp Est.; P. Sweeney; E.S. Clark Est.; Frank Lester; W.W. Raymond; Minnie Paine; John Hatch; Levi Park; D.E. Watts; Mary Hendricks; Spg.; C.E. Sawyer; Amos Crossman; J.M. Crossman; Charles H. James; John E. Curtis; B.F. Sawyer; E.C. Dakin; Mrs. W. Mullen; William Mullen; C.H. Hewitt; J.B. Austin; E.P. McCollum; Doan Creek Ditch; M. Farnham; J.C. Marshall; O.D. Corwin; School; C.P. Osborn; E.J. Brown; Mrs. G.L. Chappel; James Swan; Thos Field Est.; E. Young; J.A. Davidson; Ingham Co. Saving Bank; E.D. Field; E. Griffith; John Peacock; A.O. King; Jesse Sherwood Est.; Myron Corwin; G. Turnbull; R.W. Whipple; Mrs. W. Brown; William Brown Est.; Mrs. A. Nichols; Mrs. E.M. Hayhoe; Jacob Dakin; A. Summons; Mrs. S. Colwell; E.M. Hayhoe; G. Hayhoe; W.; E. Walker; Mrs. C. Taylor; County Ditch; J.P. Dennis; F. Clark; A. Dunham; C.M. Williams; W.W. Taylor; Samuel Hanna; Rayner & Teft; J. Greyham; S. Southmade; A. Densmore; Mrs. Nancy Miller; J.C. Hunt; F.C. Clark; Moore Hunt; Spg.; Sprg.; John West; A. Warldo; Isaac H. Briggs; J.M. Royce; Jacob Dakin; William West; James West; A.D. Beardsley; John West; Dansville; James M. Royce; O. Backus; D.D. Fox Est.; G.P. Glynn; R.P. Walker; George Deihl; Branch Doan Creek Ditch; H. Sawyer; B.F. Sawyer; E.A. Sawyer; A. Densmore; Dansville; W. Radford; James Radford; S. Avery; Samuel Skaden; Mrs. E.A. Hatch; George Gotts; Josh Doane; Mrs. Jane Brown; W. Abbott; A. Abbott; James Vaughn; S.E. Skaden; S. Wilson; Mrs. C.E. Royce; James M. Royce; F.J. Bulen; J.C.; J.D.; M. Upthegrove; N.L. Strong; Emeline Sawens; F.J. Bulen; S. Avery; Spg.; Spg.; F.L. Miller; A. Densmore; C.L. Randall; M. Paine; George Jessop; M. Paine; Ford. W. Hayons; R. Emons; M. Paine; Mrs. C.E. Atwood; Mrs. S. Colwell; W.S. Walker; G.L. Carter; August Hawn; School; Mrs. E. Hanna; W. Hanna; James Blakely; School; W.H. Hanna; Dennis Walton; Blakely Ditch; C. Van Horn; D.S. Hewes; W.H. Curtis; Mrs. M.A. Whiting; Moore Hunt; J.C. Hunt; T. Hoffman; F. Clark; Leonard J. Everett; J.H. Baskford; M.M.A. & Lilly Manges; Mrs. L. Barr; Mrs. J. Barr; Thomas Blakely; Daniel Barr; Geo. Whiting; Hugh Blakely; Emma J. Raynor; H. Rose; W.H. Curtis; D.L. Crossman; G. Lundquist; Blakely Ditch; D.S. Hewes; J.H. Bashford; D.L. Crossman; A.F. Hendee; Fred Densmore; Walter Fosdick; F. Clark; Chas Clark; Cem. School; Spg.; L.S. Miller; Spg.; F.L. Miller; Jacob Dakin; Philo Dunsmore Est.; R. Warfle; W.E. West; P. Ferguson; M. Walker; G.M. Townsend; E. Halladay; G.L. Carter; Jared Backus; N. Sales; L.M. Smith; Col.I.H. Ives; Samuel Halladay Est.; E. Dakin; P.F. While; Robert Howlett; Eliza Webb; H.C. Evarts; M.A. Warfle; C.H. Wade; J.C. Ewers; D.L. Crossman; David Carl; N.V. Wemple; J.E. Curtis; A. Livermore; Ayers Thomas; Byron Holt; Homer Wilcox; J.J. McMichael; E.C. Walker; W.E. Howlett; H.V. Jessie; C. Freer; Frank Grimes; R. Howlett; A.A. Howlett; W.H. Howlett -
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Title: Vevay Township: 2N Range: 1W Section: - Keywords: Isaac Miller; S. Shaw; P. Nice; T. Rolfe; F. Warner; W. Hayenbury; School; A.M. Jenkins; Amos F. Wood; H.C. Rowe; W.A. Rowe; David Cheney; M.A. Bement; J. Hulse; J. Bentley; B. Sitts; L. Hulse; S.B. Pike; J. Hulse; James Corey; S.H. McEwen; P. Kerns Est.; Lansing State Savings Bank; John Kerns; W.W. Root; W.S. Root; Creamery; Asa I. Barber; E.C. Russell; Deborah Shafer; C.P. Whitinore; E.O. Reed; R.F. Griffing; Henry Reeves; William H. Rayner; Arti Weir; Fish Pond; Mason; G.P. Cowan; J.E. Bennett; P. Huntley; R.S. Darra Est.; H.H. Parker; L.S. Shattuck; Mason Driving Park; C.C. Rolfe; William H. Rayner; O.M. Spitzer; Mrs. J.S. Pereen; John Kapellar; G.L. Barnaby; Artesian Well; James Shafer; R.F. Griffin; Helen Holt; Mrs. H.M. Van Horn; Jno Dunsback; H. Reed; A.P. Nellis; L.J. Dudley; John Rayner Est.; Miss E.S. Keeler; W.P. Rayston; J. Lyons; Thomas Lasenby; W.H. Loomis; Spg.; S. Van Etten; A. Templeton; J.H. McCurdy; Frank Seely; Alvin Bygrave; Mrs. Jane Every; John Rayner Est.; B.B. Noyes; Sp.; Res.; B.C. & C.J. Rayner; G. Davis; James Stid; J.D. Lyons; J.H. Irish; Luke Asletine; School; Res.; H.H. Whipple; G. Davis; I.G. Collar; Elijah Brooks; Aaron Garrison; J.B. Worden; J.B. Decker; Alva Lyons; E.O. Reed; Harper Reed; W.N. Post; W. Vandercook Creek; Cassius Young; S.H. McCormick; Sp.; Dennis Wright; Spg.; Mary Cochrall; L. Seely Est.; W. Acker; O. Blaksley; C. Barker; J.L. Diamond Est.; Res. of W.A. Diamond; Mrs. O.L. Diamond; James Swan; Meridian of Michigan; A.I. Kipp; School; O.F. Colgrove; C. Eckhart; G. Collins; J. Comstock; A. Nellis; Res. of E.A. Sweet; Loren Sweet; O.W. Halstead; M.H. McIntyre; P.M. Ellsworth Est.; H.D. Ellsworth; S.A. Paddock; O.W. Halstead; B.D. Claflin; C.O. Crandall; J.C. McIntyre; F. Perrin; A. Butler; D.L. Cady; C.M. Marshall; J. Disler; M.M. Childs; Mrs. Eliza Stewart; Albert Butler; D.C. Smith; A. Templeton; S.J. Tomlinson; E. Bowles; J. Jewett; Res. of H.M. Young; R.R. Young; Sycamore Creek; W. Holcomb; F. Holcomb; A.J. & C.J. Rayner; Town Hall; L.F. Robb; Sycamore Creek; E.P. Rowe; Res. of Frank Minar; Lyman Minar; P. McComb; G.A. Minar; J.M. McComb; J.M. McComb; School;; Frazel & Thorbum; R.R. Young; Sp.; Mrs. C. Darrow; L.L. Irish; C. Tempbler; S.D. Neely; Nicholas Templer; John S. Coy; Van Ostran & Elmer; Chas. H. & S. Avery; Miss E.S. Keeler; James Fuller Est.; N.A. Crittenden; C. Hawkins; D. Stickler; J.B. Holmes; Mrs. P. Scart; N.J. Brown; W. Asletine; H.D. Bignall; W.S. Chalker; G. Shutlock; Mrs. N.C. Shutlock; Byron Mason; J.S. Brush; S. Hanna; School; H.M. Williams; A.S. Hawley; H.J. Williams; James Hurd; J. Purdy; E. Young; J.M. Brown; S.J. Parker; H.I. Northrop; D. Stevens; L. Updyke; E. Bradt; O.P. Bolster; G. Oberholtzer; J.B. Holmes; Mud Creek; C.C. Royston; Teft & McRobert; Sunny Side Farm; Res.; Col. Lucius H. Ives; Col. L.H. Ives; L. Pierce; Col. L.H. Ives; Enos Northrup; F.M. Hall; H.M. Williams; School; J.S. Brush; Ira J. Teal; Saw Mill; O.W. Priest; Cem.; J.L. Diamond Est.; A.H. Bust; E.H. & W. Northrop; Lorenzo Main Est.; Byron Everts; Lorenzo Bartlett; Lorenzo Main Est.; G. Resto; F. Restro; M.H. Waite; E. Garman; M.C. Cady; Jas Hazelton; A.S. Hathaway; C.F. Morgan; R.W. Swift; D.L. Cady; A. Rolfe; T.H. Van Buren; Belle Sanders; J.M. Collier; Michigan Central R.R.; C.C. Rolfe; G.W. Doane; A.C. Sanders; School; Cem.; W.H. Overholt; H.B. Willett; A.J. Rayner; H.B. Willett; Mrs. M. Hain; G.B. Gilbert; A.E. Smaley; Isaac H. Tallman; R.S. Collier; E.M. Childs; Chas Kirby; E. Rutty; T.; J.A. Buller; C.; C.L.; N.; N.B.; Samuel L. Booth; E. Rutty; C. Douglas; John Kapellar; Lucretia Weddick; J>W. Hill; John Bamford; A.J. Miller; Mabel Caldwell; W.W. Miller; T.J. Stratton; M.H. Freshour; S.J. Tomlinson; W.M. Rolfe; C.H. Rolfe; E.H. Hazelton; C. Laxton; C. Laxton; W. & J. Laxton; W.H. Horton; J.W. Chapin; H. Rapleye; J.W. Chapin; J.W. Chapin; Eden P.O.; School; Chas Kirby; James Chase; A.A. Updyke; O.F. Miller; Mrs. M.C. Dwinell; F.L. Royston; E.T. Royston; Geo. Kirby; Albert Clancey; E.T. Royston; Ira Hubbard; School; Willow Creek; Chas Kirby; A.G. Mark; C.A. Holden; G. Douglas; H. Kirby; H.E. Talmage; L.F. Olds Est.; S. Freeman; T.J. & P. Willett; Sidney Willett; A. Hockman; N. DeCamp; Lucius Olds; Kate Ticknor; E. Hubbard; Geo. James; N.A. Gallum; M.A. Blood; W. Wright; L. Wright; G. Wright; G. Beers; W. Palmer; James Gallup; E.H. Hurd; Mrs. E. Hanna; W. Hanna; S. Howes; W. Kirby; Henry Quarry; G.W. Sanford; H. Crowl; A.J. Willett; James Gallup; J.T. Barber; G.W. Judson; McVey Bros.; Wm. Garred; A.J. Willett; C.A. Hedden; John Crowl; L.C. Spafford; E. Judson; J.C. Van Deusen; Mrs. E. Hall; H.J. Hall; Mary Sherman; T. Turk -
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Title: Vevay Township: 2N Range: 1W Keywords: Isaac Miller; S. Shaw; P. Nice; T. Rolfe; F. Warner; W. Hayenbury; School; A.M. Jenkins; Amos F. Wood; H.C. Rowe; W.A. Rowe; David Cheney; M.A. Bement; J. Hulse; J. Bentley; B. Sitts; L. Hulse; S.B. Pike; J. Hulse; James Corey; S.H. McEwen; P. Kerns Est.; Lansing State Savings Bank; John Kerns; W.W. Root; W.S. Root; Creamery; Asa I. Barber; E.C. Russell; Deborah Shafer; C.P. Whitinore; E.O. Reed; R.F. Griffing; Henry Reeves; William H. Rayner; Arti Weir; Fish Pond; Mason; G.P. Cowan; J.E. Bennett; P. Huntley; R.S. Darra Est.; H.H. Parker; L.S. Shattuck; Mason Driving Park; C.C. Rolfe; William H. Rayner; O.M. Spitzer; Mrs. J.S. Pereen; John Kapellar; G.L. Barnaby; Artesian Well; James Shafer; R.F. Griffin; Helen Holt; Mrs. H.M. Van Horn; Jno Dunsback; H. Reed; A.P. Nellis; L.J. Dudley; John Rayner Est.; Miss E.S. Keeler; W.P. Rayston; J. Lyons; Thomas Lasenby; W.H. Loomis; Spg.; S. Van Etten; A. Templeton; J.H. McCurdy; Frank Seely; Alvin Bygrave; Mrs. Jane Every; John Rayner Est.; B.B. Noyes; Sp.; Res.; B.C. & C.J. Rayner; G. Davis; James Stid; J.D. Lyons; J.H. Irish; Luke Asletine; School; Res.; H.H. Whipple; G. Davis; I.G. Collar; Elijah Brooks; Aaron Garrison; J.B. Worden; J.B. Decker; Alva Lyons; E.O. Reed; Harper Reed; W.N. Post; W. Vandercook Creek; Cassius Young; S.H. McCormick; Sp.; Dennis Wright; Spg.; Mary Cochrall; L. Seely Est.; W. Acker; O. Blaksley; C. Barker; J.L. Diamond Est.; Res. of W.A. Diamond; Mrs. O.L. Diamond; James Swan; Meridian of Michigan; A.I. Kipp; School; O.F. Colgrove; C. Eckhart; G. Collins; J. Comstock; A. Nellis; Res. of E.A. Sweet; Loren Sweet; O.W. Halstead; M.H. McIntyre; P.M. Ellsworth Est.; H.D. Ellsworth; S.A. Paddock; O.W. Halstead; B.D. Claflin; C.O. Crandall; J.C. McIntyre; F. Perrin; A. Butler; D.L. Cady; C.M. Marshall; J. Disler; M.M. Childs; Mrs. Eliza Stewart; Albert Butler; D.C. Smith; A. Templeton; S.J. Tomlinson; E. Bowles; J. Jewett; Res. of H.M. Young; R.R. Young; Sycamore Creek; W. Holcomb; F. Holcomb; A.J. & C.J. Rayner; Town Hall; L.F. Robb; Sycamore Creek; E.P. Rowe; Res. of Frank Minar; Lyman Minar; P. McComb; G.A. Minar; J.M. McComb; J.M. McComb; School;; Frazel & Thorbum; R.R. Young; Sp.; Mrs. C. Darrow; L.L. Irish; C. Tempbler; S.D. Neely; Nicholas Templer; John S. Coy; Van Ostran & Elmer; Chas. H. & S. Avery; Miss E.S. Keeler; James Fuller Est.; N.A. Crittenden; C. Hawkins; D. Stickler; J.B. Holmes; Mrs. P. Scart; N.J. Brown; W. Asletine; H.D. Bignall; W.S. Chalker; G. Shutlock; Mrs. N.C. Shutlock; Byron Mason; J.S. Brush; S. Hanna; School; H.M. Williams; A.S. Hawley; H.J. Williams; James Hurd; J. Purdy; E. Young; J.M. Brown; S.J. Parker; H.I. Northrop; D. Stevens; L. Updyke; E. Bradt; O.P. Bolster; G. Oberholtzer; J.B. Holmes; Mud Creek; C.C. Royston; Teft & McRobert; Sunny Side Farm; Res.; Col. Lucius H. Ives; Col. L.H. Ives; L. Pierce; Col. L.H. Ives; Enos Northrup; F.M. Hall; H.M. Williams; School; J.S. Brush; Ira J. Teal; Saw Mill; O.W. Priest; Cem.; J.L. Diamond Est.; A.H. Bust; E.H. & W. Northrop; Lorenzo Main Est.; Byron Everts; Lorenzo Bartlett; Lorenzo Main Est.; G. Resto; F. Restro; M.H. Waite; E. Garman; M.C. Cady; Jas Hazelton; A.S. Hathaway; C.F. Morgan; R.W. Swift; D.L. Cady; A. Rolfe; T.H. Van Buren; Belle Sanders; J.M. Collier; Michigan Central R.R.; C.C. Rolfe; G.W. Doane; A.C. Sanders; School; Cem.; W.H. Overholt; H.B. Willett; A.J. Rayner; H.B. Willett; Mrs. M. Hain; G.B. Gilbert; A.E. Smaley; Isaac H. Tallman; R.S. Collier; E.M. Childs; Chas Kirby; E. Rutty; T.; J.A. Buller; C.; C.L.; N.; N.B.; Samuel L. Booth; E. Rutty; C. Douglas; John Kapellar; Lucretia Weddick; J>W. Hill; John Bamford; A.J. Miller; Mabel Caldwell; W.W. Miller; T.J. Stratton; M.H. Freshour; S.J. Tomlinson; W.M. Rolfe; C.H. Rolfe; E.H. Hazelton; C. Laxton; C. Laxton; W. & J. Laxton; W.H. Horton; J.W. Chapin; H. Rapleye; J.W. Chapin; J.W. Chapin; Eden P.O.; School; Chas Kirby; James Chase; A.A. Updyke; O.F. Miller; Mrs. M.C. Dwinell; F.L. Royston; E.T. Royston; Geo. Kirby; Albert Clancey; E.T. Royston; Ira Hubbard; School; Willow Creek; Chas Kirby; A.G. Mark; C.A. Holden; G. Douglas; H. Kirby; H.E. Talmage; L.F. Olds Est.; S. Freeman; T.J. & P. Willett; Sidney Willett; A. Hockman; N. DeCamp; Lucius Olds; Kate Ticknor; E. Hubbard; Geo. James; N.A. Gallum; M.A. Blood; W. Wright; L. Wright; G. Wright; G. Beers; W. Palmer; James Gallup; E.H. Hurd; Mrs. E. Hanna; W. Hanna; S. Howes; W. Kirby; Henry Quarry; G.W. Sanford; H. Crowl; A.J. Willett; James Gallup; J.T. Barber; G.W. Judson; McVey Bros.; Wm. Garred; A.J. Willett; C.A. Hedden; John Crowl; L.C. Spafford; E. Judson; J.C. Van Deusen; Mrs. E. Hall; H.J. Hall; Mary Sherman; T. Turk -
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Title: Aurelius Township: 2N Range: 2W Section: - Keywords: W. Canada; Grand River; J.G. Avery; Res. of John Avery; John R. Kingman; J.K. Elmer; Jos Eaton Est.; J.P. Eaton; M.L. Bailey; M.A. Dunn; G.W. Smith; E.J. Rorabeck; John W. Sweet; Mary Morton; L.S. Smith; R. Clark; J. Smith; A. Morton; Reuben Hart; A.B. Wilson; Joseph Bullen; W. Zeitz; R.J. Bullen; Mrs. A. Watkins; J.E. Bullen; J. Laverock; John Clark; Noah Reed; George W. Wilson; Joseph Lake; William M. Webb; Jos Bullen; W.M. Webb; G.M. Webb; Church; L.F. Rolfe; W. Clark; Nelson Clark; O.W. Halstead; Mrs. Frank Holcomb; W. Wright; S. Thompson; Mrs. L. Jennings; Solomon Sheseley; Mrs. S. Morse; G. Rusch; F. Hilton; L.N. Weldon; C.E. Simpson; Allen Potter; B. Ferry; School; B.E. Webb; R.S.E. Bohonnon; C.S. Wilson; John J. Smith; L.C. Smith; E. Hand; J. Webb; North Aurelius; Sore; Saw Mill; Tile & Brick; E.J. Holly; A. Clark; Sarah Rosenberger; A. Mutton; S. Reed; George Ohlinger; W.C. Strang; Samuel Reed; Mrs. J.P. Jewett; Alonzo Cheney; O.W. Halstead; M. Vaughn; W.H. Vaughn; G.H. Pryor; S.J. Smith; C. Parker; G. Miller; W.F. Miller; W. Haskell; J.S. Jenkins; J.C. Freer; A.F. Wood; H. Rowe; C.A. Miller; H. Jacobus; Cem.; H.E. Wright; J.M. Haynes; Mutton; Jno Herrick; J.R. Herrick; E.T. Elliott; J.W. Dawson; J.W. Dawson; D. Sear; R. Lindsley; F. Walton; G. Wixson; Art Well; A.D. Williams; U.G. More; S. Shopbell; A.P. Cook; J. Craig; J.C. Canfield; A.P. Cook Co.; Jas Canfield; A.P. Cook Co.; Geo. Wixson; C. Tishes; A.J. Holley Est.; C. Merrylees; Spg.; John T. Holley; A.J. Holley Est.; E.M. Whitney; C. Slaitz; D. Mitton; Jacob Hulse; James Doolittle; A.J. Doolittle; Rufus Raymond; Robert Bell Est.; Thomas Bateman; J.N. Winfield; L.B. Sibley; James Sitts; G. Rolfe; J. Youngs; W.A. Rowe; -
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Title: Aurelius Township: 2N Range: 2W Keywords: W. Canada; Grand River; J.G. Avery; Res. of John Avery; John R. Kingman; J.K. Elmer; Jos Eaton Est.; J.P. Eaton; M.L. Bailey; M.A. Dunn; G.W. Smith; E.J. Rorabeck; John W. Sweet; Mary Morton; L.S. Smith; R. Clark; J. Smith; A. Morton; Reuben Hart; A.B. Wilson; Joseph Bullen; W. Zeitz; R.J. Bullen; Mrs. A. Watkins; J.E. Bullen; J. Laverock; John Clark; Noah Reed; George W. Wilson; Joseph Lake; William M. Webb; Jos Bullen; W.M. Webb; G.M. Webb; Church; L.F. Rolfe; W. Clark; Nelson Clark; O.W. Halstead; Mrs. Frank Holcomb; W. Wright; S. Thompson; Mrs. L. Jennings; Solomon Sheseley; Mrs. S. Morse; G. Rusch; F. Hilton; L.N. Weldon; C.E. Simpson; Allen Potter; B. Ferry; School; B.E. Webb; R.S.E. Bohonnon; C.S. Wilson; John J. Smith; L.C. Smith; E. Hand; J. Webb; North Aurelius; Sore; Saw Mill; Tile & Brick; E.J. Holly; A. Clark; Sarah Rosenberger; A. Mutton; S. Reed; George Ohlinger; W.C. Strang; Samuel Reed; Mrs. J.P. Jewett; Alonzo Cheney; O.W. Halstead; M. Vaughn; W.H. Vaughn; G.H. Pryor; S.J. Smith; C. Parker; G. Miller; W.F. Miller; W. Haskell; J.S. Jenkins; J.C. Freer; A.F. Wood; H. Rowe; C.A. Miller; H. Jacobus; Cem.; H.E. Wright; J.M. Haynes; Mutton; Jno Herrick; J.R. Herrick; E.T. Elliott; J.W. Dawson; J.W. Dawson; D. Sear; R. Lindsley; F. Walton; G. Wixson; Art Well; A.D. Williams; U.G. More; S. Shopbell; A.P. Cook; J. Craig; J.C. Canfield; A.P. Cook Co.; Jas Canfield; A.P. Cook Co.; Geo. Wixson; C. Tishes; A.J. Holley Est.; C. Merrylees; Spg.; John T. Holley; A.J. Holley Est.; E.M. Whitney; C. Slaitz; D. Mitton; Jacob Hulse; James Doolittle; A.J. Doolittle; Rufus Raymond; Robert Bell Est.; Thomas Bateman; J.N. Winfield; L.B. Sibley; James Sitts; G. Rolfe; J. Youngs; W.A. Rowe; -
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Title: Onondaga Township: 1N Range: 2W Section: - Keywords: Mrs. Jas. N. Elliott; J.R. Mowery; Mrs. J. Vaughn; Jas. Hoag; S.P. Hoag; John C. Gale; F. & S. Harmon; John Gale; Sarah Gale; Chas Gale; E.D. Gould; O.W. Lane; S.C. Lane; Albert Taylor; W.A. & B.N. Henry; School; Wm. Decker; E.D. Gould; Mrs. E. Smith; J.H. Stringham; Hiram Gibbs; McManus; R. Perrine; A.C. Dutton; Gale & Lyon; John McManus; S.H. Harder; A. Van Buskirk; Grand River; Abram Van Buskirk; Amelia Buck; S.W. Buck; H.B. Thompson; Emmos Sherd; Don Vaughn; C. Cogswell; J.W. Shay; Mrs. N. Everett; M. Stinson; D. Gould; Happy Sherd; A.C. Sherd; Albert Taylor; Geo. Batley; Jas. Batley; Sarah HAle; Parker Orr; J.A. Hemans; Eugene Marshall; A.J. Rayner; C.S. Davis; J. Russell; E.L. Davis; Chas S. Davis; James Osborn; Lina Dolbee; Mrs. W.A. Austin; I. Russell; P. Orr; J.A. Hemans; L.F. Slaught; J.J. Tuttle; F. Clark; D.B. Whiting; John J. Tuttle; Charles J. Brown; M.J. Peek; O. Spring; C.W. Jeweel; W. French; A.L. Brown; Sylvester Davis; Chas Briggs; Chas Davis; Slaught & Byrum; J.N. Elliott; N. Hazelton; Montell Byrum; H. Disenroth; J. Clark; J.F. Clark; R. Clark; Johjn Clark; C.T. Medsket; G. Fowler; Andrew C. Peek; Wm. Rose; H. Disenroth; F.H. DeGolia; Mrs. S.M. Sanders; E.B. Trefry; A. Mitchell; F. Smith; Geo. Terry; Mrs. Dolly Parks; Frank Smith; C. Conklin; Albert Mitchell; F. Harwood; Winfield; School; Mrs. H. Puffenberger; J. Whitbeck; E. Ramsay; J.W. Conklin; E.A. Holes; M. Cranson; Henry French; N. Bess; Wm. French; L.P. Francis; Edward Feris; Edward Morrison; Mrs. C. Vaughn; E.A. Holes; W. Stewart; B. Stewart; Mrs. Bowen; D. Stewart; L. Stewart; A. Stewart; F. Stewart; B. Weed; Chruch; M. Wilkinson; C.C. Patrick; A.J.H. Brewer; H. Reason; S.J. Barrett; P.P. Crain; Seth Taylor; H. Crain; I. Bennett; M. Wilkinson; R.A. Bliss; Mrs. E.B. Trefry; Maria Wilkinson; Mrs. E.B. Trefry; J.S. Pierson Est.; Henry Town; Dexter Brown; Albert Taylor; A.R. Cochran; D. Van Slyke; Mrs. T.M. Cranson; Sarah M. Lane; L.L. & E.L. Stone; S.V.; G. Baldwin; L.L. Stone; M. Fry; H. Stringham; H. Darling; J. Fry; L. Fry; J. Baldwin; A.A. Doxtader; N. Childs; Geo. Goodnoe; J. Webster; S. Hunes; Mrs. G. Mitchell; J.A. Monroe; M.F. & N.M. Childs; School; Geo. Rhines; Mrs. Laycock; H.J. Laycock; A.M. Cook; H.S. Hart; Mrs. I. Hunes; E.D. Woodworth; Geo. H. Harris; M. Tator; G. Vaughn; M.A. Baldwin; C.S. Huhn; Mrs. S. Hunes; G.W. Tucker; T.A. Sammons; W. Lews; Ira Ransom et al; W.O. Stone; W. Thorn; J.N. Elliott; E.E. Sherd; Byrum Bros.; W.O. Stone; S.E. Miller; C.M. Laycock; J. French; F. Potter; H.H. Smith; A.M. Cook; A. Mesky; P.D. Doritt; E. Younglove; J. Hildinger; J.F. Coulson; Wm. Mudge; M.H. Annis; Webster; J. Campbell; E. Clark; Mrs. W.A. Hunes; A.T. Ingalls; Della Clark; Albert Hyde; J. Armstrong; A.E.A. Garfield; E.H. DeGolia; Ervin Johnston; C. Hill; Mrs. M.I. Parker; E.I. Parker; N. Hazelton; C. Gould; C. Bishop Est.; School; Elmer Beadle; W.D. Longyear; M.H. Annis; L.P. Francis; J. Shepherd; S. Washburn; S. Godfrey; G. Washburn; W. Washburn; Wm. A. Voice; Fred Rorabeck; I.P. Mosley; School; N. Rossman; W. Rossman; Onondaga; Geo. F. French; I. Sherman; J.W. Jones; M.C. Baldwin; John B. French; J.H. McGee; G. Baldwin; E.A. Cranson; Mrs. T.M. Cranson; Laura Whitney; J.P. Townsend; Lewis Brum; Mrs. J.P. Townsend; J.P. Townsend; Melvin D. Champ; William Adams; Mrs. J.A. Swift; Joseph Sibley; Chas Swift; W. Rossman; G. Baldwin; S.H. Sandford; W.S. Cliff; E. Jolls; J. Jolls; Eli Bromley; Chauncey Green; Grove Baldwin; John Harwood; J.R. Green; Geo. Harwood; C. Bellowner; Hoxie & Champ; H. Johnson; Geo. Carpenter; Mrs. L. Van Auken; Ira Van Auken; Cem.; Mrs. A.S. Noble; Mrs. M. Potter; C. Dwight; Mrs. E. Dorrill; Mrs. Gould; L. Dwight; J. French; Geo. French; N. Briggs; J. French; I. Rhines; L. Dwight; C. Carpenter; Chauncey Carpenter; R. Lyon; School; L.N. Farnam; Jas Baker; L. Dwight; Wm. H. Hunt; James Tanner; Seth Jones; Mrs. M.J. Irwin; A.H. Waller; C. Jones; John S. Jones; B. Annis; F.G. Annis; W.B. Buckland; L. Buckland; Mrs. M.L. Featherly; A.L. Miles; J. Parker; Mrs. S. Noble; Warren Shutt; W.B. Buckland; Philip Lyon; W. Hutchings; L. Barber; Geo. Nobley; Alfred James; W.A. Barnet; J. Mandeville; V. Campbell; C.A. Hunt; Robt. Lyon; H.B. Elliott; Jas. Torry; Alson H. Whitney; H. Rushman; T. Richards; W.H. Cully; A.C. Matteson; Wilson Torry; J.P. Bond; L.W.; M. Mann; Wm. T. Hall; Geo. Mann; Chas Isham; A.D. Walker; E. Graves; Alfred Walker -
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Title: Onondaga Township: 1N Range: 2W Keywords: Mrs. Jas. N. Elliott; J.R. Mowery; Mrs. J. Vaughn; Jas. Hoag; S.P. Hoag; John C. Gale; F. & S. Harmon; John Gale; Sarah Gale; Chas Gale; E.D. Gould; O.W. Lane; S.C. Lane; Albert Taylor; W.A. & B.N. Henry; School; Wm. Decker; E.D. Gould; Mrs. E. Smith; J.H. Stringham; Hiram Gibbs; McManus; R. Perrine; A.C. Dutton; Gale & Lyon; John McManus; S.H. Harder; A. Van Buskirk; Grand River; Abram Van Buskirk; Amelia Buck; S.W. Buck; H.B. Thompson; Emmos Sherd; Don Vaughn; C. Cogswell; J.W. Shay; Mrs. N. Everett; M. Stinson; D. Gould; Happy Sherd; A.C. Sherd; Albert Taylor; Geo. Batley; Jas. Batley; Sarah HAle; Parker Orr; J.A. Hemans; Eugene Marshall; A.J. Rayner; C.S. Davis; J. Russell; E.L. Davis; Chas S. Davis; James Osborn; Lina Dolbee; Mrs. W.A. Austin; I. Russell; P. Orr; J.A. Hemans; L.F. Slaught; J.J. Tuttle; F. Clark; D.B. Whiting; John J. Tuttle; Charles J. Brown; M.J. Peek; O. Spring; C.W. Jeweel; W. French; A.L. Brown; Sylvester Davis; Chas Briggs; Chas Davis; Slaught & Byrum; J.N. Elliott; N. Hazelton; Montell Byrum; H. Disenroth; J. Clark; J.F. Clark; R. Clark; Johjn Clark; C.T. Medsket; G. Fowler; Andrew C. Peek; Wm. Rose; H. Disenroth; F.H. DeGolia; Mrs. S.M. Sanders; E.B. Trefry; A. Mitchell; F. Smith; Geo. Terry; Mrs. Dolly Parks; Frank Smith; C. Conklin; Albert Mitchell; F. Harwood; Winfield; School; Mrs. H. Puffenberger; J. Whitbeck; E. Ramsay; J.W. Conklin; E.A. Holes; M. Cranson; Henry French; N. Bess; Wm. French; L.P. Francis; Edward Feris; Edward Morrison; Mrs. C. Vaughn; E.A. Holes; W. Stewart; B. Stewart; Mrs. Bowen; D. Stewart; L. Stewart; A. Stewart; F. Stewart; B. Weed; Chruch; M. Wilkinson; C.C. Patrick; A.J.H. Brewer; H. Reason; S.J. Barrett; P.P. Crain; Seth Taylor; H. Crain; I. Bennett; M. Wilkinson; R.A. Bliss; Mrs. E.B. Trefry; Maria Wilkinson; Mrs. E.B. Trefry; J.S. Pierson Est.; Henry Town; Dexter Brown; Albert Taylor; A.R. Cochran; D. Van Slyke; Mrs. T.M. Cranson; Sarah M. Lane; L.L. & E.L. Stone; S.V.; G. Baldwin; L.L. Stone; M. Fry; H. Stringham; H. Darling; J. Fry; L. Fry; J. Baldwin; A.A. Doxtader; N. Childs; Geo. Goodnoe; J. Webster; S. Hunes; Mrs. G. Mitchell; J.A. Monroe; M.F. & N.M. Childs; School; Geo. Rhines; Mrs. Laycock; H.J. Laycock; A.M. Cook; H.S. Hart; Mrs. I. Hunes; E.D. Woodworth; Geo. H. Harris; M. Tator; G. Vaughn; M.A. Baldwin; C.S. Huhn; Mrs. S. Hunes; G.W. Tucker; T.A. Sammons; W. Lews; Ira Ransom et al; W.O. Stone; W. Thorn; J.N. Elliott; E.E. Sherd; Byrum Bros.; W.O. Stone; S.E. Miller; C.M. Laycock; J. French; F. Potter; H.H. Smith; A.M. Cook; A. Mesky; P.D. Doritt; E. Younglove; J. Hildinger; J.F. Coulson; Wm. Mudge; M.H. Annis; Webster; J. Campbell; E. Clark; Mrs. W.A. Hunes; A.T. Ingalls; Della Clark; Albert Hyde; J. Armstrong; A.E.A. Garfield; E.H. DeGolia; Ervin Johnston; C. Hill; Mrs. M.I. Parker; E.I. Parker; N. Hazelton; C. Gould; C. Bishop Est.; School; Elmer Beadle; W.D. Longyear; M.H. Annis; L.P. Francis; J. Shepherd; S. Washburn; S. Godfrey; G. Washburn; W. Washburn; Wm. A. Voice; Fred Rorabeck; I.P. Mosley; School; N. Rossman; W. Rossman; Onondaga; Geo. F. French; I. Sherman; J.W. Jones; M.C. Baldwin; John B. French; J.H. McGee; G. Baldwin; E.A. Cranson; Mrs. T.M. Cranson; Laura Whitney; J.P. Townsend; Lewis Brum; Mrs. J.P. Townsend; J.P. Townsend; Melvin D. Champ; William Adams; Mrs. J.A. Swift; Joseph Sibley; Chas Swift; W. Rossman; G. Baldwin; S.H. Sandford; W.S. Cliff; E. Jolls; J. Jolls; Eli Bromley; Chauncey Green; Grove Baldwin; John Harwood; J.R. Green; Geo. Harwood; C. Bellowner; Hoxie & Champ; H. Johnson; Geo. Carpenter; Mrs. L. Van Auken; Ira Van Auken; Cem.; Mrs. A.S. Noble; Mrs. M. Potter; C. Dwight; Mrs. E. Dorrill; Mrs. Gould; L. Dwight; J. French; Geo. French; N. Briggs; J. French; I. Rhines; L. Dwight; C. Carpenter; Chauncey Carpenter; R. Lyon; School; L.N. Farnam; Jas Baker; L. Dwight; Wm. H. Hunt; James Tanner; Seth Jones; Mrs. M.J. Irwin; A.H. Waller; C. Jones; John S. Jones; B. Annis; F.G. Annis; W.B. Buckland; L. Buckland; Mrs. M.L. Featherly; A.L. Miles; J. Parker; Mrs. S. Noble; Warren Shutt; W.B. Buckland; Philip Lyon; W. Hutchings; L. Barber; Geo. Nobley; Alfred James; W.A. Barnet; J. Mandeville; V. Campbell; C.A. Hunt; Robt. Lyon; H.B. Elliott; Jas. Torry; Alson H. Whitney; H. Rushman; T. Richards; W.H. Cully; A.C. Matteson; Wilson Torry; J.P. Bond; L.W.; M. Mann; Wm. T. Hall; Geo. Mann; Chas Isham; A.D. Walker; E. Graves; Alfred Walker -
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Title: Leslie Township: 1N Range: 1W Section: - Keywords: Hiram Near; A.R. Edwards; D.W. Frary; J.J. Tuttle; O.V. Tuttle; E.H. May; C.J. Clark; Mrs. E. King; C.A. Pendleton; J.W.A.; Newell Vanauker; Res.; C.A. Pendleton; J.J. Tuttle; A.J. Tuttle; Res.; Mrs. W. Sanders; Samuel Thomleson; J. Banford; Wm. Annin; O. Edwards; Chas Miller; A.W. Van Horn; Jesse Van Horn; Martin Maxon; H.M. Campbell; A. Aldridge; A.J. Blake; C. Hyde; A. Westgate; C. Fristts; Mrs. T. Wellman; George Eteo; Mrs. M. Jones; T. & D. Jones; Res.; Res. of E. Wetzel; Ditch; Michigan Central R.R.; C.J. Clark; A. Van Horn; A.W. Sanders; Res.; School; L.M. Marshall; T.B. Watson; T. Woodrow; V.E. Covert; Ellis Wetzel; J. Hill; H. Haynes; L. Sanders; L. Hasbrouck; A.T. Ingalls; L. Habrouck; W.W. Chase Est.; E. Densterbeck; Fred Jones; W. Birdsell; Ditch; E.N. Hasbrouck; E.N. Backus; Alice A. Backus; Harry Backus; P. Backus; W. Westgate; H.E. Talmage; C.B. Talmage; Mrs. C. Overacker; A.J. Rayner; A.R.L. Covert; O. Laycock; R. Howery; O. Laycock; Eliza Harkness; R. Wright; Mud Lake; Thos. Turk; Wm. Higdon; Mrs. P. Smead; Mrs. A. Carmer; Wm. Parcell; Mrs. Myers; O. Braley; W.S. Holmes; J.B. Gardner; J. Barber; W.J. Galloway; G.W. Judson; M. Blakely; D.C. Meach; Edwin Potter; M.D. Hickey; Mrs. Cooper; Wm. A. Higdon; J. Barber; R. Scofield; G.W.A. Morgan; C. Rolfe; Jas. Blair; R.W. Bisden Est.; I.W.C. Morgan; John Lankin; Fred Lankin; G.W.A. Morgan; Jas. Boyle; Jas. Harmon Est.; T.R. Wright; D.W. Robinson; Robert Wright; C.M. Woodland; School; Geo. Ward; Elmer Ward; G.H. Randolph; E.B.; M.N. Blaisdell; J.D. Young; J. Williams; H. Harkness; F. Sayers; D. Williams; C.H. Wood; Eliza Harkness; C. Overacker; Meridian of Michigan; F. Crocker; C. Craddock; Mrs. W.D. Holmes; Norman Haines; Mrs. M. Jones; Wm. Fox; C.O. Hoyt; M. Vanauker; John Wood; Cem.; L.A. Royston; E.L. Robinson; C. Brunk; Mrs. A.B. Davis; North Leslie; John W. Wilcox; G. McArthur; Geo. McArthur; E.B. Sherman; E. Hogan; G. Lumbard; J.W. Wilcox; Mrs. L. Knapp; A. Tyson; Geo. Jones; Mrs. A. Backus; J.L. Torrey; J.W. Wilcox; Mary E. Baggerty; Mrs. M. Jones; L. Landfair; S.H. Woodworth; E.M. Sanders; S.O. Russell; J. Harlow; O. Lumbard; J. & L. Harlow; W.D. Longyear; M.L. Cambbell; A. Smith; J. Dutton; Mrs. E. Rogers; J.A. Landfair; S. Weeks Est.; Albert Hill; J.J. Tuttle; F. Byrum; H. Taylor; I.W. Knapp; Guy C. Hull; D.J. Simmons; C.C. Bagley; G. Bradfield; G.S. Mitchell; H. Haynes; Mrs. C. Fox; D.C. Rumsey; Res. of F.H. Rumsey; M.L. Ackley; Leslie; Mrs. M. Jones; A.B. Kimball; C.E.P.; G.C.B; V.H. & K. Grout; Leslie; D.T. Dwight; Samuel Cochran; Jas. Boyle; W.G. Harmon; Res. of J. Boyle; Wm. Hendershott; Scofield Bros.; Huntoon Creek; T. Wilber; F. McEwing; Mrs. A.E. Rumsey; Geo. A. Wilcox; S. Br's.; O.D.B.; H. Clark; Mrs. C. Fisher; B. Reynolds; A.L. Styles; B.B. Wright; Gibbs Bros.; County Ditch; E. Kinnison; T. Barr; D. Barr; John Wilber; Huntoon L.; J. Clatworthy; C.R. Herrgath; Oliver Hampton; Saml. Bailey; Davis Hampton; J.J. Hough; P. Covert; H.W. Brown; Geo. E. Wood; C. Wood Jr.; School; Mrs. H.E. Miner; C. Miner; Wilber; C. Wood Sr.; J. Clatworthy; W. Heal; H. Humphrey; Mrs. H. Straight; Theo. Hyatt; J.B. Bushnell; Geo. Stanley; Mrs. H.E. Blackmore; Jas. Blackmore; Jas. Gleason; Geo. Fought; J.T. Bacon; L. Miller; J. Blackmore; D. Morrill; James Ross; C. Fisher; M. Stockwell; W. & E. Birch; O.F. Harkness; Mrs. T.V. Craig; J. Blackmore; T.L. Wilcox; E. Thorn; G. Raymond; Base Line; James Parker; J. Wheaton; P. Lyon; Chas. Gilman; G.W. Weeks; Wm. Hall; G. Munson; School; Mrs. F. Godfrey; D.J. Simonds; Horace Wings; C. Gillman; J.C. Blackmore; L. Elebash; Res.; W.H. Bennett; Levi Perry; Z. Woodworth; James Sayres; E. Stratton; Mrs. A. Stratton; H.C. Rankin; G.C. Hull; L.M. Isbell; L.G. Becker; W. Sitts; F. Pymont; Mrs. C.E. Hull; H. Bedal; A.J. Rayner; J. Cummings; J. Wheaton; E.E. Stone; J. Cummings; E. Hahn; J. Shoesmith; L.G. Becker; Mrs. S. Angevine; Mrs. Smith; J.H.; M.D. Champ; C. Lickne; A.V. Pagsley; J. Barden; J. Shaw; I. Becker; M.F.; Z. Woodworth; A.V. Demargh; H. Norton; M. Bacon; Henry Stitt; Wm. T. Hall; J. Shoesmith; G. Shoesmith; Wm. Blackmore; William Harwood; Mrs. J. Bennett; W. Reed; W. Rossman; Byron Field; A. Sitts; E.H. Haines; James Haines; F. Taylor; G. Taylor; School; Michigan Central R.R.; Mrs. M. Jones; Mrs. S. Morse; George Taylor; John Sigler; Geo. Taylor; John Eckers; T. Huxtable; R. Chosun; Edwin Norton; W.W.; D.V.; A. Blackmore; Clark Wilson; Wm. Stitt; Mrs. J. Greenman; A. Salisbury; Wm. Stitt; Daniel Jones; W. McMath; L.F. Mason; Samuel Bailey; Res.; James S. Coon; S.W. Olds; A.J. Craddock; Gibbs Bros.; School; M. Nimbs; G. Gibbs; J.W. Jones; Saw Mill; J. & J.B.; H. Morrill; E.N. Morrill; Mrs. Compton & Hattie Kaley; J. Way; Mrs. S. Down; J.W. Stitt; J. Craddock; School; S.E. Miner; Res.; L.D. Whitney; A.P. Pickett; Geo. Taylor; Mrs. S. Down; M.R. Mixer; Edward Styles; A.E. Butler; G. Leach; L.D. Whitney; E. Olds; L. Gordon; John W. Stitt; Mrs. Lee; James Peach; H. Stitt; Harry Hair; Wm. Peacock; S. Wyman; P.P. Whitney; H. Houghton; G. Fought; Wm. Peacock; Mrs. H. Johnson; Jesse Olds; Robert Down; G. Halifax; Geo. Harris; Fred Hart; G. Fought; R. Fought; Theron Fought; G. Fought; John Hill; Edward Hill -
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Title: Leslie Township: 1N Range: 1W Keywords: Hiram Near; A.R. Edwards; D.W. Frary; J.J. Tuttle; O.V. Tuttle; E.H. May; C.J. Clark; Mrs. E. King; C.A. Pendleton; J.W.A.; Newell Vanauker; Res.; C.A. Pendleton; J.J. Tuttle; A.J. Tuttle; Res.; Mrs. W. Sanders; Samuel Thomleson; J. Banford; Wm. Annin; O. Edwards; Chas Miller; A.W. Van Horn; Jesse Van Horn; Martin Maxon; H.M. Campbell; A. Aldridge; A.J. Blake; C. Hyde; A. Westgate; C. Fristts; Mrs. T. Wellman; George Eteo; Mrs. M. Jones; T. & D. Jones; Res.; Res. of E. Wetzel; Ditch; Michigan Central R.R.; C.J. Clark; A. Van Horn; A.W. Sanders; Res.; School; L.M. Marshall; T.B. Watson; T. Woodrow; V.E. Covert; Ellis Wetzel; J. Hill; H. Haynes; L. Sanders; L. Hasbrouck; A.T. Ingalls; L. Habrouck; W.W. Chase Est.; E. Densterbeck; Fred Jones; W. Birdsell; Ditch; E.N. Hasbrouck; E.N. Backus; Alice A. Backus; Harry Backus; P. Backus; W. Westgate; H.E. Talmage; C.B. Talmage; Mrs. C. Overacker; A.J. Rayner; A.R.L. Covert; O. Laycock; R. Howery; O. Laycock; Eliza Harkness; R. Wright; Mud Lake; Thos. Turk; Wm. Higdon; Mrs. P. Smead; Mrs. A. Carmer; Wm. Parcell; Mrs. Myers; O. Braley; W.S. Holmes; J.B. Gardner; J. Barber; W.J. Galloway; G.W. Judson; M. Blakely; D.C. Meach; Edwin Potter; M.D. Hickey; Mrs. Cooper; Wm. A. Higdon; J. Barber; R. Scofield; G.W.A. Morgan; C. Rolfe; Jas. Blair; R.W. Bisden Est.; I.W.C. Morgan; John Lankin; Fred Lankin; G.W.A. Morgan; Jas. Boyle; Jas. Harmon Est.; T.R. Wright; D.W. Robinson; Robert Wright; C.M. Woodland; School; Geo. Ward; Elmer Ward; G.H. Randolph; E.B.; M.N. Blaisdell; J.D. Young; J. Williams; H. Harkness; F. Sayers; D. Williams; C.H. Wood; Eliza Harkness; C. Overacker; Meridian of Michigan; F. Crocker; C. Craddock; Mrs. W.D. Holmes; Norman Haines; Mrs. M. Jones; Wm. Fox; C.O. Hoyt; M. Vanauker; John Wood; Cem.; L.A. Royston; E.L. Robinson; C. Brunk; Mrs. A.B. Davis; North Leslie; John W. Wilcox; G. McArthur; Geo. McArthur; E.B. Sherman; E. Hogan; G. Lumbard; J.W. Wilcox; Mrs. L. Knapp; A. Tyson; Geo. Jones; Mrs. A. Backus; J.L. Torrey; J.W. Wilcox; Mary E. Baggerty; Mrs. M. Jones; L. Landfair; S.H. Woodworth; E.M. Sanders; S.O. Russell; J. Harlow; O. Lumbard; J. & L. Harlow; W.D. Longyear; M.L. Cambbell; A. Smith; J. Dutton; Mrs. E. Rogers; J.A. Landfair; S. Weeks Est.; Albert Hill; J.J. Tuttle; F. Byrum; H. Taylor; I.W. Knapp; Guy C. Hull; D.J. Simmons; C.C. Bagley; G. Bradfield; G.S. Mitchell; H. Haynes; Mrs. C. Fox; D.C. Rumsey; Res. of F.H. Rumsey; M.L. Ackley; Leslie; Mrs. M. Jones; A.B. Kimball; C.E.P.; G.C.B; V.H. & K. Grout; Leslie; D.T. Dwight; Samuel Cochran; Jas. Boyle; W.G. Harmon; Res. of J. Boyle; Wm. Hendershott; Scofield Bros.; Huntoon Creek; T. Wilber; F. McEwing; Mrs. A.E. Rumsey; Geo. A. Wilcox; S. Br's.; O.D.B.; H. Clark; Mrs. C. Fisher; B. Reynolds; A.L. Styles; B.B. Wright; Gibbs Bros.; County Ditch; E. Kinnison; T. Barr; D. Barr; John Wilber; Huntoon L.; J. Clatworthy; C.R. Herrgath; Oliver Hampton; Saml. Bailey; Davis Hampton; J.J. Hough; P. Covert; H.W. Brown; Geo. E. Wood; C. Wood Jr.; School; Mrs. H.E. Miner; C. Miner; Wilber; C. Wood Sr.; J. Clatworthy; W. Heal; H. Humphrey; Mrs. H. Straight; Theo. Hyatt; J.B. Bushnell; Geo. Stanley; Mrs. H.E. Blackmore; Jas. Blackmore; Jas. Gleason; Geo. Fought; J.T. Bacon; L. Miller; J. Blackmore; D. Morrill; James Ross; C. Fisher; M. Stockwell; W. & E. Birch; O.F. Harkness; Mrs. T.V. Craig; J. Blackmore; T.L. Wilcox; E. Thorn; G. Raymond; Base Line; James Parker; J. Wheaton; P. Lyon; Chas. Gilman; G.W. Weeks; Wm. Hall; G. Munson; School; Mrs. F. Godfrey; D.J. Simonds; Horace Wings; C. Gillman; J.C. Blackmore; L. Elebash; Res.; W.H. Bennett; Levi Perry; Z. Woodworth; James Sayres; E. Stratton; Mrs. A. Stratton; H.C. Rankin; G.C. Hull; L.M. Isbell; L.G. Becker; W. Sitts; F. Pymont; Mrs. C.E. Hull; H. Bedal; A.J. Rayner; J. Cummings; J. Wheaton; E.E. Stone; J. Cummings; E. Hahn; J. Shoesmith; L.G. Becker; Mrs. S. Angevine; Mrs. Smith; J.H.; M.D. Champ; C. Lickne; A.V. Pagsley; J. Barden; J. Shaw; I. Becker; M.F.; Z. Woodworth; A.V. Demargh; H. Norton; M. Bacon; Henry Stitt; Wm. T. Hall; J. Shoesmith; G. Shoesmith; Wm. Blackmore; William Harwood; Mrs. J. Bennett; W. Reed; W. Rossman; Byron Field; A. Sitts; E.H. Haines; James Haines; F. Taylor; G. Taylor; School; Michigan Central R.R.; Mrs. M. Jones; Mrs. S. Morse; George Taylor; John Sigler; Geo. Taylor; John Eckers; T. Huxtable; R. Chosun; Edwin Norton; W.W.; D.V.; A. Blackmore; Clark Wilson; Wm. Stitt; Mrs. J. Greenman; A. Salisbury; Wm. Stitt; Daniel Jones; W. McMath; L.F. Mason; Samuel Bailey; Res.; James S. Coon; S.W. Olds; A.J. Craddock; Gibbs Bros.; School; M. Nimbs; G. Gibbs; J.W. Jones; Saw Mill; J. & J.B.; H. Morrill; E.N. Morrill; Mrs. Compton & Hattie Kaley; J. Way; Mrs. S. Down; J.W. Stitt; J. Craddock; School; S.E. Miner; Res.; L.D. Whitney; A.P. Pickett; Geo. Taylor; Mrs. S. Down; M.R. Mixer; Edward Styles; A.E. Butler; G. Leach; L.D. Whitney; E. Olds; L. Gordon; John W. Stitt; Mrs. Lee; James Peach; H. Stitt; Harry Hair; Wm. Peacock; S. Wyman; P.P. Whitney; H. Houghton; G. Fought; Wm. Peacock; Mrs. H. Johnson; Jesse Olds; Robert Down; G. Halifax; Geo. Harris; Fred Hart; G. Fought; R. Fought; Theron Fought; G. Fought; John Hill; Edward Hill -
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Title: Bunker Hill Township: 1N Range: 1E Section: - Keywords: Meridian of Michigan; M. Blakely; H. Blakely; Elijah Potter; Elijah Potter; Dewitt C. Meech; Warren J. Potter; Eliza Potter; John L. Clark; W.T. Potter; Frank McMannas; Geo. Kirkendall; I.M. Brown; Hiram Lee; F.E. Shaw; Orin F. Shaw; D.A. Grimes; Amasa DuBois; Adeline Overacker; Cem.; School; J. Srinkle; S.A. & E.C. DuBois; J. Opdyke; Edward McIntee; J. Knauf; John Olk; Res. of Lewis Olk; Lewis Olk; Jane Cavender; Mrs. L. Olk; E.P. Cavender; School; Sarah Ryan; E.H. Angell; C.F. DeCamp Est.; Joseph C. Ewers; J. Egleton; Thomas Spencer; P. Henry; Catharine Heeney; J.W. Stanfield; W. Morrisy; P. Heeney; Walter Casaday; Andrew Wilcox; E.H. Angel; Henry Reed; Patrick McCann; Clarence Freer; J.C. Holt; School; Cem.; W.H. Howlett; Frederick Smith; George W. Foster; W.M. Walker; Patrick McCann; Mill; Haden; Peter Snively; L.C. Hard; Church & Cem.; N. Simons; J.M. Burney Est.; M. Jordan; J. Egleton; Nicholas McCann; Celia Brich; Joseph Birch; Orrin Olds; Matthew Duffy; Ann Morrissey; J.E. Cavender; A. & G. Roulifson; E. McClaskey; Ellen Murray; D.J. Hickey; P. Hickey; William Douglas; Mary E. Ward; Henry Ward; Walter Holmes; Archie barr; Harlo Becker; Nelson J. James; M.J. Corwin; James Corwin; Perry Bates; Jacob Kelly; James Mitchell; T. & G. Mitchell; T. Derby; W. Preston; W. Williams; George Rice; James Burton; Wallace Peacock; J.W. Wheeler; D. DeCamp; Edward G. Hume; G.W. Archer; Alice Stiles et al; C.N. Flasburgh; W. Galbraith; Elton Archer; Winters Bros.; G.W. Archer; M.L. Campbell; A.J. Rayner; Milo Gallup; S.W. Blake; R.A.T.; C. Magoon; C. Chase; William Artz; W.H. Johnston; John W. New; W.H. Dunham; H. Curry; E.H. Angell; T.D. Poxson; H.L. Orrin Olds; Bunker Hill; E.H. Angell; George P. Bailey; Bunker Hill; M. Gregor; C.H. Williams; M. DeCamp; Morris DeCamp; W.F. Epley; School; Edwin Crow; Joseph Marks; Morris DeCamp; County Ditch; J. Brady; Chris Clinton; Nicholas Heeney; William Newkirk; Partick Heeney; Phoebe Perry; P. Winters; Edward Quinn; Chas. Ward & B. Holmes; F.D. Clark; Timothy Poxson; J.O. Perry; Phoebe Perry; Owen J. McCann; S.T. O'Brien; A. DeCamp; B. Dunham; F. Miers; L. Morse & Bro.; John Hynes; Jas. Hynes; C.J. Rayner; Mrs. A. Hynes; James Hynes; John Winters; J. Winters; J. Melhuish; N.G. Davis; James O'Brien; George Lord; Partick Winter; M. Whipple; F.S. Fitch Est.; James O. Perryl; N. Whipple; Patrick O'Brien; Rosa O'Brien; County Ditch; James Way; S. Down Est.; R. Stanley; J. Stanley; Z. Makley; T. Down; G.A. Vicary; R.S.; Grover Baldwin; G. Prine; John Vicary; Alice Stiles et al; G.A. Vicary; George H. Laberteaux; School; Jane C. Bunker; Herbert Laberteaux; W.R. Dodge; Laura Shearer; H.M. Bunker; County Ditch; L.H. McCreery; H.M. Bunker; G.W.; W. Artz; G.A. Morehouse; Charles Le Bar; John Wainright; C. Nims; Ben S. Wood; Spring; Geo. A. Vicary; Patrick Wood; E. Holling; D. Boardman; Lydia Upton; G.C. Moorehouse; Lydia Upton; Ellen Artz; Francis E. Artz; Joseph L. Artz; Casper Knauf; John C. Chase; Richard Coshun; E.R. Hawley; W.H. Whallon; W. Clark; J.W. Whallon; J.M. Whallon; Ellen Hawley; O.J. Perry; Phoebe Perry; M.E. Bachelor; James O'Brien; O'Brien Bros.; M.E.B.; School; W.S. O'Brien; O'Brien Bros.; E. Artz; M.A. Down; F.S. Fitch Est.; Church; E.R. Hawley; Mrs. C.D. Aldrich; John W. Whallon; Cem.; LB. Titus; S.B.; J.B. McCreary; E.E. Shotwell; School; Samuel Lawrence Est.; E.B. Shotwell; M. Tinkler Est.; A. Travis; Church; F.R. Cole; T.; S.R. Cole; F.S. Fitch Est.; D. Freiermuth; E.S. Barton; Fitchburg; Amos C. Lawrence; L. & F.J. Brown; John Cohn; M. Conklin; J. Artz; E> Artz; M. Conklin; Mathew McCann -
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Title: Bunker Hill Township: 1N Range: 1E Keywords: Meridian of Michigan; M. Blakely; H. Blakely; Elijah Potter; Elijah Potter; Dewitt C. Meech; Warren J. Potter; Eliza Potter; John L. Clark; W.T. Potter; Frank McMannas; Geo. Kirkendall; I.M. Brown; Hiram Lee; F.E. Shaw; Orin F. Shaw; D.A. Grimes; Amasa DuBois; Adeline Overacker; Cem.; School; J. Srinkle; S.A. & E.C. DuBois; J. Opdyke; Edward McIntee; J. Knauf; John Olk; Res. of Lewis Olk; Lewis Olk; Jane Cavender; Mrs. L. Olk; E.P. Cavender; School; Sarah Ryan; E.H. Angell; C.F. DeCamp Est.; Joseph C. Ewers; J. Egleton; Thomas Spencer; P. Henry; Catharine Heeney; J.W. Stanfield; W. Morrisy; P. Heeney; Walter Casaday; Andrew Wilcox; E.H. Angel; Henry Reed; Patrick McCann; Clarence Freer; J.C. Holt; School; Cem.; W.H. Howlett; Frederick Smith; George W. Foster; W.M. Walker; Patrick McCann; Mill; Haden; Peter Snively; L.C. Hard; Church & Cem.; N. Simons; J.M. Burney Est.; M. Jordan; J. Egleton; Nicholas McCann; Celia Brich; Joseph Birch; Orrin Olds; Matthew Duffy; Ann Morrissey; J.E. Cavender; A. & G. Roulifson; E. McClaskey; Ellen Murray; D.J. Hickey; P. Hickey; William Douglas; Mary E. Ward; Henry Ward; Walter Holmes; Archie barr; Harlo Becker; Nelson J. James; M.J. Corwin; James Corwin; Perry Bates; Jacob Kelly; James Mitchell; T. & G. Mitchell; T. Derby; W. Preston; W. Williams; George Rice; James Burton; Wallace Peacock; J.W. Wheeler; D. DeCamp; Edward G. Hume; G.W. Archer; Alice Stiles et al; C.N. Flasburgh; W. Galbraith; Elton Archer; Winters Bros.; G.W. Archer; M.L. Campbell; A.J. Rayner; Milo Gallup; S.W. Blake; R.A.T.; C. Magoon; C. Chase; William Artz; W.H. Johnston; John W. New; W.H. Dunham; H. Curry; E.H. Angell; T.D. Poxson; H.L. Orrin Olds; Bunker Hill; E.H. Angell; George P. Bailey; Bunker Hill; M. Gregor; C.H. Williams; M. DeCamp; Morris DeCamp; W.F. Epley; School; Edwin Crow; Joseph Marks; Morris DeCamp; County Ditch; J. Brady; Chris Clinton; Nicholas Heeney; William Newkirk; Partick Heeney; Phoebe Perry; P. Winters; Edward Quinn; Chas. Ward & B. Holmes; F.D. Clark; Timothy Poxson; J.O. Perry; Phoebe Perry; Owen J. McCann; S.T. O'Brien; A. DeCamp; B. Dunham; F. Miers; L. Morse & Bro.; John Hynes; Jas. Hynes; C.J. Rayner; Mrs. A. Hynes; James Hynes; John Winters; J. Winters; J. Melhuish; N.G. Davis; James O'Brien; George Lord; Partick Winter; M. Whipple; F.S. Fitch Est.; James O. Perryl; N. Whipple; Patrick O'Brien; Rosa O'Brien; County Ditch; James Way; S. Down Est.; R. Stanley; J. Stanley; Z. Makley; T. Down; G.A. Vicary; R.S.; Grover Baldwin; G. Prine; John Vicary; Alice Stiles et al; G.A. Vicary; George H. Laberteaux; School; Jane C. Bunker; Herbert Laberteaux; W.R. Dodge; Laura Shearer; H.M. Bunker; County Ditch; L.H. McCreery; H.M. Bunker; G.W.; W. Artz; G.A. Morehouse; Charles Le Bar; John Wainright; C. Nims; Ben S. Wood; Spring; Geo. A. Vicary; Patrick Wood; E. Holling; D. Boardman; Lydia Upton; G.C. Moorehouse; Lydia Upton; Ellen Artz; Francis E. Artz; Joseph L. Artz; Casper Knauf; John C. Chase; Richard Coshun; E.R. Hawley; W.H. Whallon; W. Clark; J.W. Whallon; J.M. Whallon; Ellen Hawley; O.J. Perry; Phoebe Perry; M.E. Bachelor; James O'Brien; O'Brien Bros.; M.E.B.; School; W.S. O'Brien; O'Brien Bros.; E. Artz; M.A. Down; F.S. Fitch Est.; Church; E.R. Hawley; Mrs. C.D. Aldrich; John W. Whallon; Cem.; LB. Titus; S.B.; J.B. McCreary; E.E. Shotwell; School; Samuel Lawrence Est.; E.B. Shotwell; M. Tinkler Est.; A. Travis; Church; F.R. Cole; T.; S.R. Cole; F.S. Fitch Est.; D. Freiermuth; E.S. Barton; Fitchburg; Amos C. Lawrence; L. & F.J. Brown; John Cohn; M. Conklin; J. Artz; E> Artz; M. Conklin; Mathew McCann -
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Title: Stockbridge Township: 1N Range: 2E Section: - Keywords: W. Douglas; D.S. Grimes; Willis Binding; P. McCann; Charles W. Beeman; Res.; Church; John Usher; James Babcock; D. Neithammer; J. Osborn; J.W. Hague; W.H. Post; B. Green; Alba Riggs; S. Oakley; S. Oakley; C.H. Love; H. Riggs; W.H. Ives; J.C. Green; Jacob Bauer; M.J. Ormsby; W. Douglas; M. Calmback; P. McCann; J.E. Richmond; John Blaisdell; H.S. Lewis; R.R. Townsend; Mrs. Mary Stitt; School No. 3; Res.; H.N. Stilson; John Holmes; H.V. Jesse; H.J. Green; A. Wilson; H.J. Green; I. Winchell; H.J. Green; M.B. Snyder; H. Lyon; H.J. Green; H.J. Green; J.C. Green; Bert Parrish; C. Matheson; B. Green; E.D. Milner; J. Dutcher; C. Townsend; Charles Townsend; Mrs. Van Buren; C. Carpenter; W. Townsend; School No. 6; W.R. & J.D. Koons; Cem.; Call Est.; E. Stocking; Lowe Lake; D. McKenzie; Church; Horton Reeves; O.S. Gregory; School No. 2; Asa Proctor; P. Proctor; J.E. Mapes; D. Cameron; Res.; Travis Sickle; A.G. Miller; W. Gaylord; Isaac Brazie; B. Green; A. Jessee Est.; H.S. Lewis Est.; L. Schnanbelauch; W.W. Haviland; P. Barrett; C.J. Stephens; James Asquith; Benjamin Asquith; Mrs. W. Stephens; Res.; Mrs. P. Barrett; J.E. Mapes; School No. 5; Mrs. W. Stephens; Res.; Mrs. P. Barrett; W. Crosley; E.G> Pierce; School No. 2; A.L. Soules; O.S. Gregory; Jay McKenzie; Jas Rolf; John Howell; Toppiny & Son; Thomas Duffey; Patrick Heeney; J. O'Brien; Edwin Jacobs; C.E. Poxon; S.N. Clark; A.L. Richmond; Mrs. M.J. Titus; Res. of (C.M. Titus); D. Blaisdell; State; A. Richmond; E. Grandy; Mason Carter; D. Taylor; S. Standish; Mason Carter; J. Graham; Charles Schnaprauck; Almeron Noyes; S. Standish; Knight Bros.; Mud L.; School Land; H. Lyon; M.M. Rose; M.B. Snyder; T. Kelly; H.S. Lewis Est.; L. Winchell; C. Rose; School No. 4; C. Matheson; C.M. Titus; C.J. Rayner; A. Sharland; H.N. Bruerton; W. Sharland; G. Sharland; J. Brower; G. Frinkel; Res.; A. Frinkel; F. McCreery; G.H. Worden; R. Simpson; John H. Ley; Porter Rowe; Jacobs Lake; J.P. Lowell; M.B. Snyder; H. Royce; N.F. Winchell; C. Rose; H.S. Lewis Est.; D. Standish; Res.; Mrs. H. Standish; Mrs. P. Barrett; G. Standish; R. Ransdell; Peter Kelly; V.R. Ransdell; N. Ransdell; Geo. Riethmiller; J. Asquith; Orville Jones; Rice Lake; J. McKenzie; P. McKenzie; Toppiny & Son; Stella McKenzie; E.G. Pierce; F. Reason; Sheperd Cobb; M.D. Branch; Mrs. R. McKenzie Est.; Rebecca McKenzie; Robert Reid; W. Asquith; Andrew Jackson; F.C. Boudish; Moses Westfall; F. Reason; F. Morgan; C. Nott; Mrs. O. Clark; Mrs. E. Thompson; Elmer Reason; E. Steffy; J. Collins; W.C. Nichols; William Westfall; Res.; W. Evers; J. Collins; Grand Trunk R.R.; F. Sharp; W. Singleton; F. Reason; G.W. Westfall; W. Asquith; John Russman; A. O'Brien; A.J. Smith; E. Baker; James Cavender; O. Richmond; W. Brower; C. Force; E.W.; G.C. Bicknell; R. Derby; A. Noyes; Elmer Nott; C. Holmes; B.C. Boyce; School No. 5; Roger Derby; A. Cobb; Porter Rowe; S.E. Lewey; B.E. Thompson; John Springman; S. Mears; John Parman; David M. Price; F. Parman; Chales Shew; W. Breithinger; C. Shew; D.C. Bird; Benjamin Judson; L. Feldspauch; Res.; T. Wilmore; W. Fink; Alonzo Owen; E. Hawley; Stockbridge; Mrs. Geo. McArthur; Mills Est.; Mrs Mary A. Force; W.B. Gildart; Robert Mitteer; J.B. Preston; L. Bowdish; Jacob Fink; G. Sharp; Stockbridge; O.K. Brownell; Uri Isbell; Portage Creek; J. Collins; W.H. Collins; Res.; D.F. Bird; Mrs. R. Reynolds; J. Farmer; Mrs. Jane Craig; Henry Malcho; Louis Eggrect; E. McConachie; D. Rockwell; J.A. McConachie Est.; A. Rayner; D.F. Bird; G. Sharp; T. Berry; Peter McIntyre; Res.; G. Stephens; P. Hopkins; E.S. Rose; W.H. Collins; O. Durlach; H. Russman; E.W. Stephen; G. Kripp; Hugh McCloy; Henry Brown; Charles McClain -
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Title: Stockbridge Township: 1N Range: 2E Keywords: W. Douglas; D.S. Grimes; Willis Binding; P. McCann; Charles W. Beeman; Res.; Church; John Usher; James Babcock; D. Neithammer; J. Osborn; J.W. Hague; W.H. Post; B. Green; Alba Riggs; S. Oakley; S. Oakley; C.H. Love; H. Riggs; W.H. Ives; J.C. Green; Jacob Bauer; M.J. Ormsby; W. Douglas; M. Calmback; P. McCann; J.E. Richmond; John Blaisdell; H.S. Lewis; R.R. Townsend; Mrs. Mary Stitt; School No. 3; Res.; H.N. Stilson; John Holmes; H.V. Jesse; H.J. Green; A. Wilson; H.J. Green; I. Winchell; H.J. Green; M.B. Snyder; H. Lyon; H.J. Green; H.J. Green; J.C. Green; Bert Parrish; C. Matheson; B. Green; E.D. Milner; J. Dutcher; C. Townsend; Charles Townsend; Mrs. Van Buren; C. Carpenter; W. Townsend; School No. 6; W.R. & J.D. Koons; Cem.; Call Est.; E. Stocking; Lowe Lake; D. McKenzie; Church; Horton Reeves; O.S. Gregory; School No. 2; Asa Proctor; P. Proctor; J.E. Mapes; D. Cameron; Res.; Travis Sickle; A.G. Miller; W. Gaylord; Isaac Brazie; B. Green; A. Jessee Est.; H.S. Lewis Est.; L. Schnanbelauch; W.W. Haviland; P. Barrett; C.J. Stephens; James Asquith; Benjamin Asquith; Mrs. W. Stephens; Res.; Mrs. P. Barrett; J.E. Mapes; School No. 5; Mrs. W. Stephens; Res.; Mrs. P. Barrett; W. Crosley; E.G> Pierce; School No. 2; A.L. Soules; O.S. Gregory; Jay McKenzie; Jas Rolf; John Howell; Toppiny & Son; Thomas Duffey; Patrick Heeney; J. O'Brien; Edwin Jacobs; C.E. Poxon; S.N. Clark; A.L. Richmond; Mrs. M.J. Titus; Res. of (C.M. Titus); D. Blaisdell; State; A. Richmond; E. Grandy; Mason Carter; D. Taylor; S. Standish; Mason Carter; J. Graham; Charles Schnaprauck; Almeron Noyes; S. Standish; Knight Bros.; Mud L.; School Land; H. Lyon; M.M. Rose; M.B. Snyder; T. Kelly; H.S. Lewis Est.; L. Winchell; C. Rose; School No. 4; C. Matheson; C.M. Titus; C.J. Rayner; A. Sharland; H.N. Bruerton; W. Sharland; G. Sharland; J. Brower; G. Frinkel; Res.; A. Frinkel; F. McCreery; G.H. Worden; R. Simpson; John H. Ley; Porter Rowe; Jacobs Lake; J.P. Lowell; M.B. Snyder; H. Royce; N.F. Winchell; C. Rose; H.S. Lewis Est.; D. Standish; Res.; Mrs. H. Standish; Mrs. P. Barrett; G. Standish; R. Ransdell; Peter Kelly; V.R. Ransdell; N. Ransdell; Geo. Riethmiller; J. Asquith; Orville Jones; Rice Lake; J. McKenzie; P. McKenzie; Toppiny & Son; Stella McKenzie; E.G. Pierce; F. Reason; Sheperd Cobb; M.D. Branch; Mrs. R. McKenzie Est.; Rebecca McKenzie; Robert Reid; W. Asquith; Andrew Jackson; F.C. Boudish; Moses Westfall; F. Reason; F. Morgan; C. Nott; Mrs. O. Clark; Mrs. E. Thompson; Elmer Reason; E. Steffy; J. Collins; W.C. Nichols; William Westfall; Res.; W. Evers; J. Collins; Grand Trunk R.R.; F. Sharp; W. Singleton; F. Reason; G.W. Westfall; W. Asquith; John Russman; A. O'Brien; A.J. Smith; E. Baker; James Cavender; O. Richmond; W. Brower; C. Force; E.W.; G.C. Bicknell; R. Derby; A. Noyes; Elmer Nott; C. Holmes; B.C. Boyce; School No. 5; Roger Derby; A. Cobb; Porter Rowe; S.E. Lewey; B.E. Thompson; John Springman; S. Mears; John Parman; David M. Price; F. Parman; Chales Shew; W. Breithinger; C. Shew; D.C. Bird; Benjamin Judson; L. Feldspauch; Res.; T. Wilmore; W. Fink; Alonzo Owen; E. Hawley; Stockbridge; Mrs. Geo. McArthur; Mills Est.; Mrs Mary A. Force; W.B. Gildart; Robert Mitteer; J.B. Preston; L. Bowdish; Jacob Fink; G. Sharp; Stockbridge; O.K. Brownell; Uri Isbell; Portage Creek; J. Collins; W.H. Collins; Res.; D.F. Bird; Mrs. R. Reynolds; J. Farmer; Mrs. Jane Craig; Henry Malcho; Louis Eggrect; E. McConachie; D. Rockwell; J.A. McConachie Est.; A. Rayner; D.F. Bird; G. Sharp; T. Berry; Peter McIntyre; Res.; G. Stephens; P. Hopkins; E.S. Rose; W.H. Collins; O. Durlach; H. Russman; E.W. Stephen; G. Kripp; Hugh McCloy; Henry Brown; Charles McClain -
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Title: North Part of Lansing Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: L.P. Hogle; E.A. Burlingame; Grand River Road or North Street; O.F. Barnes; C.G. Burlingame; C. Berner; E.A. Burlingame; T. Elliott; L. Haugenmaier; H.E. TenEyck; E. Gillett; J. Evans; J.M. Turner's Sub-Div.; J.M. Turner; J.M. Turner; John Knab; A. Schanberger; E. Bopp Sr.; V. Lupert; B. Heeb; Detroit Lansing & Northern R.R.; T.H. Howard; J. Evans; J. Spidle; F. Schlee; C. Kux; J. Fill; C. Hepfer; Mrs. Wilsley; P. Barnes; J. Albon; F. Volmer; Turner & Smith's Sub-Div.; Seager St.; Lot 6; J.M. Turner; Grand River; L. Turner; R.M. Renner; L.S. Hudson; R. Piper; L. Kellogg; Wm. Schaffer; H.E. TenEyck; J. Schlee; J.M. Turner; Fifth St.; Fourth St.; Third St.; Second St.; J.W. Tillotson; First St.; Beechenbrook Add.; J. Ashworth; A. McPherson Est.; H.E. Smith; Section 8 Center; Warner St.; Becker's Add.; Chas. Kudner's Sub-Div.; Zigler & Klocksiem; Becker St.; Bart St.; Charles St.; Kudner St.; Hyland St.; West St.; J.A. Collins; J.M. Turner; Farm of School for the Blind; Rogers St.; School for the Blind; Brook St.; Moore's Sub-Div.; Seymours Sub-Div. Blks 26 & 27; Pine St.; Chestnut St.; Willow St.; Franklin St.; Maple St.; Kilborn St.; Seymour Ave.; School; Walnut St.; Capitol Ave.; Church; Washington Ave.; Section 9 Center; A.N. Hart's Sub-Div.; Smith's Sub-Div.; Robinson Carrier Sub-Div.; Turner & Smith's Sub-Div.; North St.; Howard St.; Dwight St.; James St.; E.J. Banghart; J.B. Oven; F. Baumgras; J.F. Schultz; Perkins & Potter; H.O. Prine; C.L. Smith; Mary Smith; E.D. Allen; Michigan Central R.R.; E.L:. Robertson; T. Terrill; East St.; C. Ferris; A. Ballard Est.; Ballard's Add.; O.F. Camp; Chas Lansing; Ferris St.; North St.; D.L. Case; Part of Case's Add.; Drury St.; Beaver St.; Originial Town; Turner St.; Paerl St.; Clinton St.; Liberty St.; Street Railway; Lake Shore & Michigan Southern R.R.; Moseley Howard et al Sub-Div.; Dam; Seymour's Sub-Div.; Church; School; Wall St.; Adams St.; Center St.; Cedar St.; Ash St.; Larch St.; Amos Turner's Sub-Div.; Case St.; Ballard St.; Seymour's Sub-Div.; Grove St.; Rouse's Sub-Div.; Mrs. J. Way; F. Miller; W. Tomerill; Clark St.; F. Leffler; J. Hildsbrand; J. Ludlow; J.B. Halstorm; M. Slade; J. Gehring; Gillett; C.P. Austin Est.; H.M. Southworth; A. Hildebrand; WJ. Swift; Section 10 Center; Handy Home Add.; Handy St.; Home St.; Part of Case's Add.; High St.; Depot -
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Title: North Part of Lansing Township: - Range: - Keywords: L.P. Hogle; E.A. Burlingame; Grand River Road or North Street; O.F. Barnes; C.G. Burlingame; C. Berner; E.A. Burlingame; T. Elliott; L. Haugenmaier; H.E. TenEyck; E. Gillett; J. Evans; J.M. Turner's Sub-Div.; J.M. Turner; J.M. Turner; John Knab; A. Schanberger; E. Bopp Sr.; V. Lupert; B. Heeb; Detroit Lansing & Northern R.R.; T.H. Howard; J. Evans; J. Spidle; F. Schlee; C. Kux; J. Fill; C. Hepfer; Mrs. Wilsley; P. Barnes; J. Albon; F. Volmer; Turner & Smith's Sub-Div.; Seager St.; Lot 6; J.M. Turner; Grand River; L. Turner; R.M. Renner; L.S. Hudson; R. Piper; L. Kellogg; Wm. Schaffer; H.E. TenEyck; J. Schlee; J.M. Turner; Fifth St.; Fourth St.; Third St.; Second St.; J.W. Tillotson; First St.; Beechenbrook Add.; J. Ashworth; A. McPherson Est.; H.E. Smith; Section 8 Center; Warner St.; Becker's Add.; Chas. Kudner's Sub-Div.; Zigler & Klocksiem; Becker St.; Bart St.; Charles St.; Kudner St.; Hyland St.; West St.; J.A. Collins; J.M. Turner; Farm of School for the Blind; Rogers St.; School for the Blind; Brook St.; Moore's Sub-Div.; Seymours Sub-Div. Blks 26 & 27; Pine St.; Chestnut St.; Willow St.; Franklin St.; Maple St.; Kilborn St.; Seymour Ave.; School; Walnut St.; Capitol Ave.; Church; Washington Ave.; Section 9 Center; A.N. Hart's Sub-Div.; Smith's Sub-Div.; Robinson Carrier Sub-Div.; Turner & Smith's Sub-Div.; North St.; Howard St.; Dwight St.; James St.; E.J. Banghart; J.B. Oven; F. Baumgras; J.F. Schultz; Perkins & Potter; H.O. Prine; C.L. Smith; Mary Smith; E.D. Allen; Michigan Central R.R.; E.L:. Robertson; T. Terrill; East St.; C. Ferris; A. Ballard Est.; Ballard's Add.; O.F. Camp; Chas Lansing; Ferris St.; North St.; D.L. Case; Part of Case's Add.; Drury St.; Beaver St.; Originial Town; Turner St.; Paerl St.; Clinton St.; Liberty St.; Street Railway; Lake Shore & Michigan Southern R.R.; Moseley Howard et al Sub-Div.; Dam; Seymour's Sub-Div.; Church; School; Wall St.; Adams St.; Center St.; Cedar St.; Ash St.; Larch St.; Amos Turner's Sub-Div.; Case St.; Ballard St.; Seymour's Sub-Div.; Grove St.; Rouse's Sub-Div.; Mrs. J. Way; F. Miller; W. Tomerill; Clark St.; F. Leffler; J. Hildsbrand; J. Ludlow; J.B. Halstorm; M. Slade; J. Gehring; Gillett; C.P. Austin Est.; H.M. Southworth; A. Hildebrand; WJ. Swift; Section 10 Center; Handy Home Add.; Handy St.; Home St.; Part of Case's Add.; High St.; Depot -
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Title: Middle Part of Lansing Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Dayton's Add.; Dayton St.; Q.A. Smith; C. Steele; P. Keinath; McPherson & Bros.; Englewood Park Add.; Oakland Ave.; Princeton Ave.; Chicago Ave.; Wisconsin Ave.; Grove St.; Moore's Sub-Div.; O.F. Barnes Sub-Div.; Carey St.; Carey's Add.; Lewis St.; Merrill's Sub-Div.; White's Sub-Div.; Saginaw St.; Lapeer St.; Genesee St.; St. Mary's School; Church; Jefferson St.; Jefferson's Sub-Div. Blocks 26 & 27; Madison St.; J.M. Turner's Sub-Div.; Washington Ave.; Capitol Ave.; Seymour Ave.; W.W. Haze; William McPherson Jr.; J.M. French's Sub-Div.; Section 17 Center; C.S. French's Sub-Div.; Francis St.; Bartlett St.; Lahoma St.; West St.; Logan St.; Claypool's Sub-Div.; Wm. McPherson Jr.; Dodge & Daniel's Sub-Div.; C.C. Dodge's Sub-Div.; Shiawassee St.; Ionia St.; Ottawa St.; Street Railway; Street Railway; Church; Michigan Ave.; Allegan St.; High School; Church; Church; Church; Church; Seymour St.; State Capitol; Original Town; Section 16 Center; Church; School; Church; State Auditor's Sub-Div.; Park; Park; Park; Park; Washtenaw St.; Kalamazoo St.; School; Lenawee St.; Park; Church; Sycamore St.; Hillsdale St.; St. Joseph St.; Pine St.; Street Railway; Butler & Cowle's Sub-Div.; Longyear's Sub-Div.; Bush, Butler & Sparrow's Add.; Dickerman's Add. Replat; Kempf's Add.; Taylor's Add.; Huron St.; Chelsea St.; A.A. Cowles; L.B. Munn; S. Brown; H. Rathburne; Grand River; Elliot's Sub-Div.; Elliott St.; Center St.; Monroe St.; Cedar St.; Sheridan St.; Seymour's Sub-Div.; Wiley's Sub-Div.; May St.; Prine's Sub-Div.; Lathrop's Sub-Div.; Bement's Sub-Div.; Jones & Porter's Add.; E.B.; T.S.; E.B.; E. Bartow; Dell's Sub-Div.; Clark St.; D.O. Marshall; Mrs. C. Paddock; Erie St.; Scofield's Sub-Div.; D.M. Bagley's Sub-Div.; Michigan Central R.R.; East St.; Parson's Sub-Div.; Park; Industrial School for Boys; Section 15 Center; Ingersoll's Add.; Fogg; Downer Est.; S.J. Weed; Jerome St.; Vine St.; J.N. Cary; Fred Szepanek; McPherson Bros.; Pennsylvania Ave.; Jerome's Add.; Vine St.; Jerome St.; Jerom's 2nd Add.; Mulliken St.; Crystal Creamery Co.; Lake Shore & Michigan Southern R.R.; Condit St.; Depot; Depot St.; Downer's Sub Div.; Street Railway; Jones, Smith & Chapman's Sub-Div.; Cowle's Sub-Div. of Lots 2 & 3; Ranney's Sub-Div.; Larch St. Cedar St.; John's Sub-Div.; J.H. Moore's Sub-Div.; Park Place; Barnard's Sub-Div.; Barnard's St.; Detroit Lansing & Northern R.R.; Hosmer St.; Eureka St.; Prospect St.; Eureka St.; Green Oak Add.; W. O'Conner; C.J. Davis; J.C. Glaister; Mrs. Coops; Geo. Keith; Wm. Hunter; Jones St.; Holmes St.; (Mechanic) Kalamazoo St.; Hickory St.; Lansing Improvement Co's Add.; Bement St.; Larned St.; St. Joseph St.; C. Hennessey; W. Hunter; A. Myers; Outlot B; River St.; Beach St.; Grand St.; Cherry St. -
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Title: Middle Part of Lansing Township: - Range: - Keywords: Dayton's Add.; Dayton St.; Q.A. Smith; C. Steele; P. Keinath; McPherson & Bros.; Englewood Park Add.; Oakland Ave.; Princeton Ave.; Chicago Ave.; Wisconsin Ave.; Grove St.; Moore's Sub-Div.; O.F. Barnes Sub-Div.; Carey St.; Carey's Add.; Lewis St.; Merrill's Sub-Div.; White's Sub-Div.; Saginaw St.; Lapeer St.; Genesee St.; St. Mary's School; Church; Jefferson St.; Jefferson's Sub-Div. Blocks 26 & 27; Madison St.; J.M. Turner's Sub-Div.; Washington Ave.; Capitol Ave.; Seymour Ave.; W.W. Haze; William McPherson Jr.; J.M. French's Sub-Div.; Section 17 Center; C.S. French's Sub-Div.; Francis St.; Bartlett St.; Lahoma St.; West St.; Logan St.; Claypool's Sub-Div.; Wm. McPherson Jr.; Dodge & Daniel's Sub-Div.; C.C. Dodge's Sub-Div.; Shiawassee St.; Ionia St.; Ottawa St.; Street Railway; Street Railway; Church; Michigan Ave.; Allegan St.; High School; Church; Church; Church; Church; Seymour St.; State Capitol; Original Town; Section 16 Center; Church; School; Church; State Auditor's Sub-Div.; Park; Park; Park; Park; Washtenaw St.; Kalamazoo St.; School; Lenawee St.; Park; Church; Sycamore St.; Hillsdale St.; St. Joseph St.; Pine St.; Street Railway; Butler & Cowle's Sub-Div.; Longyear's Sub-Div.; Bush, Butler & Sparrow's Add.; Dickerman's Add. Replat; Kempf's Add.; Taylor's Add.; Huron St.; Chelsea St.; A.A. Cowles; L.B. Munn; S. Brown; H. Rathburne; Grand River; Elliot's Sub-Div.; Elliott St.; Center St.; Monroe St.; Cedar St.; Sheridan St.; Seymour's Sub-Div.; Wiley's Sub-Div.; May St.; Prine's Sub-Div.; Lathrop's Sub-Div.; Bement's Sub-Div.; Jones & Porter's Add.; E.B.; T.S.; E.B.; E. Bartow; Dell's Sub-Div.; Clark St.; D.O. Marshall; Mrs. C. Paddock; Erie St.; Scofield's Sub-Div.; D.M. Bagley's Sub-Div.; Michigan Central R.R.; East St.; Parson's Sub-Div.; Park; Industrial School for Boys; Section 15 Center; Ingersoll's Add.; Fogg; Downer Est.; S.J. Weed; Jerome St.; Vine St.; J.N. Cary; Fred Szepanek; McPherson Bros.; Pennsylvania Ave.; Jerome's Add.; Vine St.; Jerome St.; Jerom's 2nd Add.; Mulliken St.; Crystal Creamery Co.; Lake Shore & Michigan Southern R.R.; Condit St.; Depot; Depot St.; Downer's Sub Div.; Street Railway; Jones, Smith & Chapman's Sub-Div.; Cowle's Sub-Div. of Lots 2 & 3; Ranney's Sub-Div.; Larch St. Cedar St.; John's Sub-Div.; J.H. Moore's Sub-Div.; Park Place; Barnard's Sub-Div.; Barnard's St.; Detroit Lansing & Northern R.R.; Hosmer St.; Eureka St.; Prospect St.; Eureka St.; Green Oak Add.; W. O'Conner; C.J. Davis; J.C. Glaister; Mrs. Coops; Geo. Keith; Wm. Hunter; Jones St.; Holmes St.; (Mechanic) Kalamazoo St.; Hickory St.; Lansing Improvement Co's Add.; Bement St.; Larned St.; St. Joseph St.; C. Hennessey; W. Hunter; A. Myers; Outlot B; River St.; Beach St.; Grand St.; Cherry St. -
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Title: South Part of Lansing Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Middle St.; Townsend's Sub Div.; Earl St.; Auburndale Sub Div.; Logan St.; Cowles Sub Div. of Lot; Sparrow's Sub Div. of Lot: St. Joseph St.; Morrison's Sub Div.; Street Railway; Charlotte St.; Williams St.; Isaac St.; Division St.; Grand River; J.M. Hammond; Birch St.; Albert St.; A.E. Cowle's Sub Div.; Albert St.; Cowles St.; Glenn St.; Chicago & Grand Trunk R.R.; G. Leadley; Fair Grounds; Race Track; National Life Insurance Co.; Sycamore St.; Pine St.; Chestnut St.; Walnut St.; Townsend St.; Robert St.; W. Hinman; O.M. Barnes; Weller & Odell; Washington Ave.; Section 21 Center; J.T. McKibben Est.; Glen Island; C.T. Johnson; J.T. McKibben Est.; Peck Ave.; Sparrow Ave.; Belvidere Park; R. & R.H. Mann; C.T. Johnson; Park Place; Barnes Ave.; Smith Ave.; Beal Ave.; Osband Ave.; Bradley Ave.; Davis Ave.; Todd Ave.; Coleman Ave.; Bank St.; Linden Ave.; St. John St.; Glen Island St.; Carmichael's Add.; Lunay St.; Storey St.; Canto St.; York St.; Alton St.; W. Hutnley; J.W. Roe; L. Welden; H.R. Cadwell; Welden's Add.; Moores Ave.; Welden Ave.; O.M. Barnes; Section 20 Center; Hammond St.; Logan St.; Birch St.; Alsdorf St.; Henry St.; Cadwell St.; J.M. Hammond; Capitol Ave.; Church; Grand St.; Cherry St.; River St.; Randall's Sub Div.; H. Morgan; H. Morgan; Cedar River; Hazel St.; Original Town; Beach St.; Cedar St.; Oak St.; Platt St.; School; Elm St.; South St.; Depot; Michigan Central R.R.; Harris Add.; Hahn; Mulvain; J.W. Downes; Christiancy St.; J. Charlesworth; Lake Shore & Michigan Southern R.R.; M.C. Haines; Baker St.; O. Watson; C.W. Tindley; OutLot A; Barne's Person's Add.; P.F. Hall; L. Stoeppel; Mrs. Coryell; Chas Green; Hall's Southside Add.; Isbell St.; Herbert St.; Wilson St.; G.A. Isbell; L. Torrance; Isaac St.; Middle St.; St. Joseph St.; West St.; Main St.; Buffalo St.; Everett St.; Walker St.; E.C. Hall; Well & Clear; Lathrop St.; Shepard St.; A. Roberts; Seibert; P.J. Dailey; H.J. & M.F. McFadden; Hudson's Add.; J. Coulter; Michigan Ave.; Hall's Add.; Allen St.; Longyear's Add.; Horton Ave.; Rayner & Moores; R.A. Bailey; Jerome St.; Bismarck St.; Rumsey Ave.; Marshall St.; Gansley's Add.; Michigan Avenue; Rumsey's Add.; Vine St.; Jerome St. See opposite page for west part of this Subdivision. Connecting points marked **; Plat of the Additions to Lansing located in S.E. 1/4 Ses 15. This adjoins main Map on the east connecting points marked ** See page 47; Western part of Townsend's Sub Division. This adjoins the main Map on the S.West. Connecting corners marked ** See opposite page
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Title: South Part of Lansing Township: - Range: - Keywords: Middle St.; Townsend's Sub Div.; Earl St.; Auburndale Sub Div.; Logan St.; Cowles Sub Div. of Lot; Sparrow's Sub Div. of Lot: St. Joseph St.; Morrison's Sub Div.; Street Railway; Charlotte St.; Williams St.; Isaac St.; Division St.; Grand River; J.M. Hammond; Birch St.; Albert St.; A.E. Cowle's Sub Div.; Albert St.; Cowles St.; Glenn St.; Chicago & Grand Trunk R.R.; G. Leadley; Fair Grounds; Race Track; National Life Insurance Co.; Sycamore St.; Pine St.; Chestnut St.; Walnut St.; Townsend St.; Robert St.; W. Hinman; O.M. Barnes; Weller & Odell; Washington Ave.; Section 21 Center; J.T. McKibben Est.; Glen Island; C.T. Johnson; J.T. McKibben Est.; Peck Ave.; Sparrow Ave.; Belvidere Park; R. & R.H. Mann; C.T. Johnson; Park Place; Barnes Ave.; Smith Ave.; Beal Ave.; Osband Ave.; Bradley Ave.; Davis Ave.; Todd Ave.; Coleman Ave.; Bank St.; Linden Ave.; St. John St.; Glen Island St.; Carmichael's Add.; Lunay St.; Storey St.; Canto St.; York St.; Alton St.; W. Hutnley; J.W. Roe; L. Welden; H.R. Cadwell; Welden's Add.; Moores Ave.; Welden Ave.; O.M. Barnes; Section 20 Center; Hammond St.; Logan St.; Birch St.; Alsdorf St.; Henry St.; Cadwell St.; J.M. Hammond; Capitol Ave.; Church; Grand St.; Cherry St.; River St.; Randall's Sub Div.; H. Morgan; H. Morgan; Cedar River; Hazel St.; Original Town; Beach St.; Cedar St.; Oak St.; Platt St.; School; Elm St.; South St.; Depot; Michigan Central R.R.; Harris Add.; Hahn; Mulvain; J.W. Downes; Christiancy St.; J. Charlesworth; Lake Shore & Michigan Southern R.R.; M.C. Haines; Baker St.; O. Watson; C.W. Tindley; OutLot A; Barne's Person's Add.; P.F. Hall; L. Stoeppel; Mrs. Coryell; Chas Green; Hall's Southside Add.; Isbell St.; Herbert St.; Wilson St.; G.A. Isbell; L. Torrance; Isaac St.; Middle St.; St. Joseph St.; West St.; Main St.; Buffalo St.; Everett St.; Walker St.; E.C. Hall; Well & Clear; Lathrop St.; Shepard St.; A. Roberts; Seibert; P.J. Dailey; H.J. & M.F. McFadden; Hudson's Add.; J. Coulter; Michigan Ave.; Hall's Add.; Allen St.; Longyear's Add.; Horton Ave.; Rayner & Moores; R.A. Bailey; Jerome St.; Bismarck St.; Rumsey Ave.; Marshall St.; Gansley's Add.; Michigan Avenue; Rumsey's Add.; Vine St.; Jerome St. -
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Title: North Part of Mason Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Lansing State Saving Bank; Lansing Road; Patrick Kerns Est.; John Kerns; W.W. Root; John Kerns; Rhoda Pattison; Edward A. Barness; Henry J. Donnelly Est.; Seth Hathaway; T. Van Ostrand; J.W. Bailey Stave Factory; Sheds; Sheds; Sheds; Office; Cemetery; Sycamore Creek; F.R. Sanderson; City of Mason Water Works; C.M. Sanderson; J.G. Snook; F. Dean; O.F. Miller; J.B. Casterlin; C.C. Fitch; Walter S. Root; Creamery; Res.; Bush St.; West St.; Miller St.; Bush's Add.; Michigan Central R.R.; North St.; Center St.; Mechanic St.; East St.; Smith & Pease's Add.; Columbia St.; Mason St.; Lumber; Line; Cold Storage; Mill; Lime; Salt; Coal; Elevator; Elevator; Lumber; R.S. Darrow Est.; Sarah M. Smith; Lewis C. Webb; Henry H. Parker; Mill St.; Maple St.; McRoberts St.; Original Town; State Road; Lansing St.; Ash St.; Oak St.; Lansing St.; O.M. Barnes; Elm St.; Henderson St.; State Road; Depot; School; Church; American House; Barn; Bank; Printg; Furniture; Grocery; Library; Feed; Church; Saloon; P.O.; Grocery; Clothing; Jewelry; Bazaar; Saloon; Millinery; Furniture; Printing; Agtl Linptls; Engine House; Feed; Blksmith; Grocery; Tin Shop; Marble; Veterinary Surg.; Livery; Cobbler; Harness; Hotel; Horton; Barn; Clark House; Creamery; Horse Sheds; Blksmith; Clothing; Drugs; Grocery; Hardware; Genl Mdse; Livery; Foundry; Genl. Mdse; Billiards; Opera House; Drugs; Dry Goods; Bank; Books; Barber; Meat; Grocery; Grocery; Harness; Drugs; Meat; Barber; Grocery; Millinery; Clothing; Hdware; Rest; Bakery; Donnelly House; Carriage Fact; Blksmith; Bakery; Store House; Photo; Harness; Cobbler; Jail; Blcksmith; Cobbler; Saloon; Drugs; Groceries; Carriage Fact; Section Corners 5, 4, 8, 9; W.R. Goff; R.F. Griffin; Edwin Stanton; Emma O. Reed; R.F. Griffin; R.E. Pierce; H. Hinkley; Jos. Stoffer; C. Barker; Monroe Olin; R.F. Griffin; Wyath; R.F. Griffin; Center Section 4; E.H. & W.M. Northup; John L. Strope; L.C. Adkins; George D. Green; Shafer St.; Ann St.; Griffin's Add.; R.F. Griffin; A. Sherman; Thomas Bush; James Monroe; William H. Rayner; M. Vaughn; J.L. Cross; Rayner Park; Fish Pond; A.C. Mead; T. Densmore; A.M. Airth; A. Sherman; D.B.L. Thorne; E.A. Tyler; D.L. & M.E. Spencer; C.G. Robinson; E.A. Barnes; C.J. Rayner; M.T. Dean; A. Salspaugh; L.J. Robinson; Steele & Holt's Add.; Darling & Barnett Add.; Public Square; Court House; A St.; B. St.; C. St.; D. St.; E. St.; F. St.; G. St.; Buzzel St.; Amanda Huntington; Fruit Elevator; R.F> Griffin; Philo Patrick; E. Bolter; W. Amsdell; Brick & Tile Yar; Barker & Co.; John McCarrick; Okemos St.; Carriage Factory; R.F. Griffin; Green House; -
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Title: North Part of Mason Township: - Range: - Keywords: Lansing State Saving Bank; Lansing Road; Patrick Kerns Est.; John Kerns; W.W. Root; John Kerns; Rhoda Pattison; Edward A. Barness; Henry J. Donnelly Est.; Seth Hathaway; T. Van Ostrand; J.W. Bailey Stave Factory; Sheds; Sheds; Sheds; Office; Cemetery; Sycamore Creek; F.R. Sanderson; City of Mason Water Works; C.M. Sanderson; J.G. Snook; F. Dean; O.F. Miller; J.B. Casterlin; C.C. Fitch; Walter S. Root; Creamery; Res.; Bush St.; West St.; Miller St.; Bush's Add.; Michigan Central R.R.; North St.; Center St.; Mechanic St.; East St.; Smith & Pease's Add.; Columbia St.; Mason St.; Lumber; Line; Cold Storage; Mill; Lime; Salt; Coal; Elevator; Elevator; Lumber; R.S. Darrow Est.; Sarah M. Smith; Lewis C. Webb; Henry H. Parker; Mill St.; Maple St.; McRoberts St.; Original Town; State Road; Lansing St.; Ash St.; Oak St.; Lansing St.; O.M. Barnes; Elm St.; Henderson St.; State Road; Depot; School; Church; American House; Barn; Bank; Printg; Furniture; Grocery; Library; Feed; Church; Saloon; P.O.; Grocery; Clothing; Jewelry; Bazaar; Saloon; Millinery; Furniture; Printing; Agtl Linptls; Engine House; Feed; Blksmith; Grocery; Tin Shop; Marble; Veterinary Surg.; Livery; Cobbler; Harness; Hotel; Horton; Barn; Clark House; Creamery; Horse Sheds; Blksmith; Clothing; Drugs; Grocery; Hardware; Genl Mdse; Livery; Foundry; Genl. Mdse; Billiards; Opera House; Drugs; Dry Goods; Bank; Books; Barber; Meat; Grocery; Grocery; Harness; Drugs; Meat; Barber; Grocery; Millinery; Clothing; Hdware; Rest; Bakery; Donnelly House; Carriage Fact; Blksmith; Bakery; Store House; Photo; Harness; Cobbler; Jail; Blcksmith; Cobbler; Saloon; Drugs; Groceries; Carriage Fact; Section Corners 5, 4, 8, 9; W.R. Goff; R.F. Griffin; Edwin Stanton; Emma O. Reed; R.F. Griffin; R.E. Pierce; H. Hinkley; Jos. Stoffer; C. Barker; Monroe Olin; R.F. Griffin; Wyath; R.F. Griffin; Center Section 4; E.H. & W.M. Northup; John L. Strope; L.C. Adkins; George D. Green; Shafer St.; Ann St.; Griffin's Add.; R.F. Griffin; A. Sherman; Thomas Bush; James Monroe; William H. Rayner; M. Vaughn; J.L. Cross; Rayner Park; Fish Pond; A.C. Mead; T. Densmore; A.M. Airth; A. Sherman; D.B.L. Thorne; E.A. Tyler; D.L. & M.E. Spencer; C.G. Robinson; E.A. Barnes; C.J. Rayner; M.T. Dean; A. Salspaugh; L.J. Robinson; Steele & Holt's Add.; Darling & Barnett Add.; Public Square; Court House; A St.; B. St.; C. St.; D. St.; E. St.; F. St.; G. St.; Buzzel St.; Amanda Huntington; Fruit Elevator; R.F> Griffin; Philo Patrick; E. Bolter; W. Amsdell; Brick & Tile Yar; Barker & Co.; John McCarrick; Okemos St.; Carriage Factory; R.F. Griffin; Green House; -
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Title: South Part of Mason Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Henry H. Parker; Isaac Drew; Isaac H. & Eva C. Fields; Center Section 8; McRobert St.; South St.; Lansing St.; Cherry St.; Original Town; Henderson St.; Stand Pipe; Sycamore Creek; Michigan Central R.R.; Res.; Saw Mill; Albert Butler; Carpet Cleaner; Loren S. Shattuck; Lewis C. Webb; Albert Butler; Mason Driving Park; O.W. Halstead; Albert Butler; D.C. Smith; Archibald Templeton; Section Corners 8, 9, 17, 16; B St.; South St.; C. St.; D. St.; Condon's Add.; Pratt's Add.; N.H. Gardner; Center Section 9; T. Densmore; E. St.; F. St.; Rayner Park; William H. Rayner; L.J. Smith Est.; G.L. Barnaby; A. Butler; McRobert's & Sackrider's Add.; Mrs. Jennie Pereen; John Kappellar; Barnes St.; Charles C. Rolfe; A.J. & C.J. Rayner; E.P. Rowe; -
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Title: South Part of Mason Township: - Range: - Keywords: Henry H. Parker; Isaac Drew; Isaac H. & Eva C. Fields; Center Section 8; McRobert St.; South St.; Lansing St.; Cherry St.; Original Town; Henderson St.; Stand Pipe; Sycamore Creek; Michigan Central R.R.; Res.; Saw Mill; Albert Butler; Carpet Cleaner; Loren S. Shattuck; Lewis C. Webb; Albert Butler; Mason Driving Park; O.W. Halstead; Albert Butler; D.C. Smith; Archibald Templeton; Section Corners 8, 9, 17, 16; B St.; South St.; C. St.; D. St.; Condon's Add.; Pratt's Add.; N.H. Gardner; Center Section 9; T. Densmore; E. St.; F. St.; Rayner Park; William H. Rayner; L.J. Smith Est.; G.L. Barnaby; A. Butler; McRobert's & Sackrider's Add.; Mrs. Jennie Pereen; John Kappellar; Barnes St.; Charles C. Rolfe; A.J. & C.J. Rayner; E.P. Rowe; -
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Title: Williamstown; Haslett Park platted as Nemoka Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Charles Williams; Section Center 35; Corporation Line; Curch St.; Wm. Christie; S.E. Clay; Harvey; C. Cairnes; A.E. Allen; A.L. See; N. Emmer; Bismark St.; A.S. Smith; Spaulding's Add.; Fuller St.; Macauley St.; Spaulding's 2nd Add.; Spaulding St.; Wm. King Est.; Corporation Line; Section Center 36; S. Mains; Cedar River; James Williams; E.C. Wagar; Crossman & William's Sub-Div.; Riverside Ave.; Coal St.; Geo. Porter; J. Benstred; Corporation Line; Homes; Waldo; C. Perham; St. John; Alfred; Pettis; Emmons; Dana; Emmons; Maher; McCormick; Crandall; Harrington; Hammond; Whipple; Hoagland; Minnis; Creamery; Sweet; R. Butters; E. Butters; Bebee; Zimmer; Goyt; Coryel; Coyt; Younglove; Ainslee; Harkness; Forrester Est.; Horton; Waldo; Boutwell; Kitchen; King; King; King; Mrs. Plunkett; McMann; King; Loranger; Baker; N.S. Baker; Sweet; Gowan; McDowell; C. Blakeslee; J. Canfield; R.W. Owens Est.; J.N. Walton; Linn; Canfield; Geisbrook; Detroit Lansing & Northern R.R.; J. Rehle; R.W. Owens Est.; Anna Long; A.J. Smith; C. Schweitzer; F.W. Shumway; Mechanic St.; Mechanice St.; Grand River St.; Union School; Shool St.; Owen St.; Jackson St.; Middle St.; South St.; O.D. Corwin; Church; Original Town; Carr; Gorsline; Hotel; Minne Lipka; Mill; Wagar & Wagar; C.F. Andrews; R.W. Owens Est.; H.F. Higbee; Corporation Line; W.W. Heald; Lloyd St.; Georgia St.; Owen's 3rd Add.; Corporation Line; G.G. Whipple; C.F. Andrews; High St.; S.W. Taylor; C. Schweitzer; D.D. May; W.F. Park; M. Randall; Lever & Maher; Kirkland; Wallace; Grand River St.; Taylor St.; Mullet St.; Odell; West; Hanse; Shumway; Shank; Dibert; Cory; Jakeway; Kirkland; McKeon; Bellanger; W.W. Byers; Middle St.; Avery; Baker; Cady; Horton; A.J. Smith; Mrs. Baker; Amy; Tabanam; Spade; S.E. Jeffers; Cedar St.; Leasia St.; Crossman St.; Fulton St.; Mill St.; H.R. Smith; Owen's 2nd Add.; Owen's Add.; Waldo's Add.; Waldo's 2nd Add.; Corporation Line; Depot; Grain; Elevator; Stock Yards; Hay; Coal; Oil; Cold Storage; Stave Mill; W.W. Heald; E. Henning; Wallace St.; Section Center 1; Alex Shaw; Corporation Line; Miles Smith; Pine Lake; Colby St.; Charles Benson; Porter St.; Rich St.; Bundy St.; Chicago & Grand Trunk R.R.; Peter Tihart; Depot; Edward Elliot; M.J. Smith; Post Office; R. Dillenbeck; S.B. Mead; A. Smith; Mrs. E.A. Smith; F.S. Stevens; J.C. Harrington; S.S. Smith Line between Sections 3 & 10; Line btw Sect's 10 & 11
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Title: Williamstown; Haslett Park platted as Nemoka Township: - Range: - Keywords: Charles Williams; Section Center 35; Corporation Line; Curch St.; Wm. Christie; S.E. Clay; Harvey; C. Cairnes; A.E. Allen; A.L. See; N. Emmer; Bismark St.; A.S. Smith; Spaulding's Add.; Fuller St.; Macauley St.; Spaulding's 2nd Add.; Spaulding St.; Wm. King Est.; Corporation Line; Section Center 36; S. Mains; Cedar River; James Williams; E.C. Wagar; Crossman & William's Sub-Div.; Riverside Ave.; Coal St.; Geo. Porter; J. Benstred; Corporation Line; Homes; Waldo; C. Perham; St. John; Alfred; Pettis; Emmons; Dana; Emmons; Maher; McCormick; Crandall; Harrington; Hammond; Whipple; Hoagland; Minnis; Creamery; Sweet; R. Butters; E. Butters; Bebee; Zimmer; Goyt; Coryel; Coyt; Younglove; Ainslee; Harkness; Forrester Est.; Horton; Waldo; Boutwell; Kitchen; King; King; King; Mrs. Plunkett; McMann; King; Loranger; Baker; N.S. Baker; Sweet; Gowan; McDowell; C. Blakeslee; J. Canfield; R.W. Owens Est.; J.N. Walton; Linn; Canfield; Geisbrook; Detroit Lansing & Northern R.R.; J. Rehle; R.W. Owens Est.; Anna Long; A.J. Smith; C. Schweitzer; F.W. Shumway; Mechanic St.; Mechanice St.; Grand River St.; Union School; Shool St.; Owen St.; Jackson St.; Middle St.; South St.; O.D. Corwin; Church; Original Town; Carr; Gorsline; Hotel; Minne Lipka; Mill; Wagar & Wagar; C.F. Andrews; R.W. Owens Est.; H.F. Higbee; Corporation Line; W.W. Heald; Lloyd St.; Georgia St.; Owen's 3rd Add.; Corporation Line; G.G. Whipple; C.F. Andrews; High St.; S.W. Taylor; C. Schweitzer; D.D. May; W.F. Park; M. Randall; Lever & Maher; Kirkland; Wallace; Grand River St.; Taylor St.; Mullet St.; Odell; West; Hanse; Shumway; Shank; Dibert; Cory; Jakeway; Kirkland; McKeon; Bellanger; W.W. Byers; Middle St.; Avery; Baker; Cady; Horton; A.J. Smith; Mrs. Baker; Amy; Tabanam; Spade; S.E. Jeffers; Cedar St.; Leasia St.; Crossman St.; Fulton St.; Mill St.; H.R. Smith; Owen's 2nd Add.; Owen's Add.; Waldo's Add.; Waldo's 2nd Add.; Corporation Line; Depot; Grain; Elevator; Stock Yards; Hay; Coal; Oil; Cold Storage; Stave Mill; W.W. Heald; E. Henning; Wallace St.; Section Center 1; Alex Shaw; Corporation Line; Miles Smith; Pine Lake; Colby St.; Charles Benson; Porter St.; Rich St.; Bundy St.; Chicago & Grand Trunk R.R.; Peter Tihart; Depot; Edward Elliot; M.J. Smith; Post Office; R. Dillenbeck; S.B. Mead; A. Smith; Mrs. E.A. Smith; F.S. Stevens; J.C. Harrington; S.S. Smith Line between Sections 3 & 10; Line btw Sect's 10 & 11
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Title: Leslie; Winfield platted as Nova Scotia; Collegeville Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Mrs. C.E. Hull; E.E. Stone; J.W. Keaton; J.A. Handy; Mrs. E. Smith; Mrs. S. Angevine; L.G. Becker; J. Shoesmith; E. Hahn; Washington St.; Hahn's Add.; A. Collins; J.P. Clickner; M.D. Champ; Mrs. T. Rice; Mrs. A. Garfield; T.B. Wheeler; F. Bennett; J. Coger; Huntoon Creek; Section Center 28; Mrs. M. Leonard; H. Johnson; E.E. Stone; B. Woodruff; Church; Michgian Central R.R.; A.V. Denmarsh; C. Torey; W. Pierson; Mrs. B. Burchard; Childs Groff & Co.; W.M. Math; Mrs. Potter; Mrs. Williams; Mill St.; H.N. Norton; Rice St.; Martha Bacon; Chauncy Burns; Z. Miller; B. Woodruff; E. Hahn; Godfrey's Add.; H.P. Fry's Add.; Ingall's Plat; Coon's Add.; J. Craddock; A.J. Raynor; J. Farley; E. Angel; W. Pierson; L. Jones; East St.; B. Woodruff; G.A. Wilcox; Henry Stitt; H. Norton; Smalley Est.; D. Miner; W. Wood; Sherman St.; Sherman's Add.; M. Osbourne; Mrs. R. Sanford; J. Cummings; High St.; Walker Rust & Grout's Add.; Webster St.; V.H. & K. Grout; Mrs. M. Jones; G.S. Mitchell; Mrs. C. Fox; A.B. Kimball; C.F. Pickett; Armstrong's Add.; Woodworth St.; Meeker St.; Lloyd St.; Original Town; Franklin St.; Bellevue St.; School; Shaw's Sub Div of Lot 28; Spring St.; Armstrong St.; Carney St.; Main St.; Farming Implts; Hotel; Tin & Hardware; Market; Bank; Meat; Dry Goods; P.O.; Clothing Store; Furniture Store; Livery; Hotel; Elevator; Mill St.; Russell St.; William St.; Blair St.; J. Finley; S.O. Russell; T.J. Woodworth; D. Owen; E. Harris; Geo. Tuttle; G.L. Loomis; Spring St.; Doty & Kimball's Add; S.O. Russell; Doty St.; Pennsylvania Ave.; Church; Dr. Myers; Church; Kimball St.; Town Hall; Race St.; Church St.; Railroad St.; Mrs. F. Old; Percy D. Dwight; J. Rush; J. Hughes; Mrs. M. Kneale; J.B. Delemater; Wm. Annin; Catholic Church; W.D. Woodworth; B. Fishers; Baptist Church; Mill; Depot; Adams St.; Woodworth & Dwight's Add.; Grove St.; Maple St.; Bunker St.; Stave Mill; Searle St.; State St.; D.T. Dwight; H. Clark; Clark's Add.; F. Baker; B. Reynolds; S.E. Flansburgh; D. Rice; Mrs. C. Fisher; Scofield Bros.; H.C. Barden; F.D. Dwight; Cemetery; J.P. Root; M.L. Ackley; J.P. Root; Mrs. Babcock; Stuart Woodruff; G. Clark; Geo. Phelps; H. Playford; Section Center 21; H. Haynes; Mrs. E.B. Trefry; Silver St.; E. Rossman; J.F. Wallace; B. Weed; Pine St.; Cherry St.; Broadway; Wall St.; Brattle St.; Water St.; Church; H. Tower; Parsonage; P.S. VanMartor; I. Fleming; I. Favarite; C. Conklin; M. Wilkinson; I. Look; S. Stutler; Mill; Grand River; E. Francis; M. Wilkinson; Church Property; Mrs. Montgomery; Section Center 13; West St.; O.M. Barnes; Cedar St.; Elm St.; Center St.; Forrest St.; East St.; Hotel; J. Harrison; Cedar River; C.S. Brooks; M.M. Miles; Part of Agricultural College Farm -
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Title: Leslie; Winfield platted as Nova Scotia; Collegeville Township: - Range: - Keywords: Mrs. C.E. Hull; E.E. Stone; J.W. Keaton; J.A. Handy; Mrs. E. Smith; Mrs. S. Angevine; L.G. Becker; J. Shoesmith; E. Hahn; Washington St.; Hahn's Add.; A. Collins; J.P. Clickner; M.D. Champ; Mrs. T. Rice; Mrs. A. Garfield; T.B. Wheeler; F. Bennett; J. Coger; Huntoon Creek; Section Center 28; Mrs. M. Leonard; H. Johnson; E.E. Stone; B. Woodruff; Church; Michgian Central R.R.; A.V. Denmarsh; C. Torey; W. Pierson; Mrs. B. Burchard; Childs Groff & Co.; W.M. Math; Mrs. Potter; Mrs. Williams; Mill St.; H.N. Norton; Rice St.; Martha Bacon; Chauncy Burns; Z. Miller; B. Woodruff; E. Hahn; Godfrey's Add.; H.P. Fry's Add.; Ingall's Plat; Coon's Add.; J. Craddock; A.J. Raynor; J. Farley; E. Angel; W. Pierson; L. Jones; East St.; B. Woodruff; G.A. Wilcox; Henry Stitt; H. Norton; Smalley Est.; D. Miner; W. Wood; Sherman St.; Sherman's Add.; M. Osbourne; Mrs. R. Sanford; J. Cummings; High St.; Walker Rust & Grout's Add.; Webster St.; V.H. & K. Grout; Mrs. M. Jones; G.S. Mitchell; Mrs. C. Fox; A.B. Kimball; C.F. Pickett; Armstrong's Add.; Woodworth St.; Meeker St.; Lloyd St.; Original Town; Franklin St.; Bellevue St.; School; Shaw's Sub Div of Lot 28; Spring St.; Armstrong St.; Carney St.; Main St.; Farming Implts; Hotel; Tin & Hardware; Market; Bank; Meat; Dry Goods; P.O.; Clothing Store; Furniture Store; Livery; Hotel; Elevator; Mill St.; Russell St.; William St.; Blair St.; J. Finley; S.O. Russell; T.J. Woodworth; D. Owen; E. Harris; Geo. Tuttle; G.L. Loomis; Spring St.; Doty & Kimball's Add; S.O. Russell; Doty St.; Pennsylvania Ave.; Church; Dr. Myers; Church; Kimball St.; Town Hall; Race St.; Church St.; Railroad St.; Mrs. F. Old; Percy D. Dwight; J. Rush; J. Hughes; Mrs. M. Kneale; J.B. Delemater; Wm. Annin; Catholic Church; W.D. Woodworth; B. Fishers; Baptist Church; Mill; Depot; Adams St.; Woodworth & Dwight's Add.; Grove St.; Maple St.; Bunker St.; Stave Mill; Searle St.; State St.; D.T. Dwight; H. Clark; Clark's Add.; F. Baker; B. Reynolds; S.E. Flansburgh; D. Rice; Mrs. C. Fisher; Scofield Bros.; H.C. Barden; F.D. Dwight; Cemetery; J.P. Root; M.L. Ackley; J.P. Root; Mrs. Babcock; Stuart Woodruff; G. Clark; Geo. Phelps; H. Playford; Section Center 21; H. Haynes; Mrs. E.B. Trefry; Silver St.; E. Rossman; J.F. Wallace; B. Weed; Pine St.; Cherry St.; Broadway; Wall St.; Brattle St.; Water St.; Church; H. Tower; Parsonage; P.S. VanMartor; I. Fleming; I. Favarite; C. Conklin; M. Wilkinson; I. Look; S. Stutler; Mill; Grand River; E. Francis; M. Wilkinson; Church Property; Mrs. Montgomery; Section Center 13; West St.; O.M. Barnes; Cedar St.; Elm St.; Center St.; Forrest St.; East St.; Hotel; J. Harrison; Cedar River; C.S. Brooks; M.M. Miles; Part of Agricultural College Farm -
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Title: Dansville Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: John West; James M. Royce; Walker; Otis St.; School St.; North St.; D.C. Avery; Dakin St.; Grist Mill; Chestnut St.; Union St.; Church; Mason St..; C.E. Atwood; R.P. Walker; A. Densmore; Mill St.; U. Kaywood; Section Corners 15 14 22 23; Church; Adams St.; School; South St.; Grave St.; Jackson St.; Chruch; James M. Royce; F.J. Bulen; J. Comrow; J. Dakin; H.L. Strong; Church; C.H. Osborn; I. Dakin; A. Densmore; J.J. Minkley; Cemetery; C.E. Rockwell -
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Title: Stockbridge Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Mrs.R. Miller; Elmer Reason; Morton St.; Willow St.; Herbert St.; Hotel; Main St.; Grand River Post Route Road; Water St.; Clinton St.; William Ave.; Original Town; G.W. Nichols; P.O.; Fair Ground; Lindsay Estate; 1/2 Mile Track; C. West; Brownell's Add.; G.A. Rowe; Mineral Spring St.; John Knight; Orbin St.; Grand Trunk R.R.; Mechanic St.; Oak St.; Ellsworth's Add.; Church; Mrs. Geo. McArthur and Mrs. Mary A. Force; School; Public Square; Town Hall; Church; Elizabeth St.; Vernal St.; Church; Chruch; Mill St.; Portage Creek; Spring St.; Rice St.; Maple St.; Depot; Elevator; Mitteer & Reason's Add.; Robert Mitteer; Oak Lawn Cemetery; O.K. Brownell; Joseph Collins; Uri Isbell; John Russman; -
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Title: Stockbridge Township: - Range: - Keywords: Mrs.R. Miller; Elmer Reason; Morton St.; Willow St.; Herbert St.; Hotel; Main St.; Grand River Post Route Road; Water St.; Clinton St.; William Ave.; Original Town; G.W. Nichols; P.O.; Fair Ground; Lindsay Estate; 1/2 Mile Track; C. West; Brownell's Add.; G.A. Rowe; Mineral Spring St.; John Knight; Orbin St.; Grand Trunk R.R.; Mechanic St.; Oak St.; Ellsworth's Add.; Church; Mrs. Geo. McArthur and Mrs. Mary A. Force; School; Public Square; Town Hall; Church; Elizabeth St.; Vernal St.; Church; Chruch; Mill St.; Portage Creek; Spring St.; Rice St.; Maple St.; Depot; Elevator; Mitteer & Reason's Add.; Robert Mitteer; Oak Lawn Cemetery; O.K. Brownell; Joseph Collins; Uri Isbell; John Russman; -
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Title: Delhi Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Delhi Center; Holt P.O.; A. Stone; Section Center 14; L.R. Chaddock; Henry Smith Est.; Wells St.; Michigan Central R.R.; King St.; Pine St.; E. Conkle; E.N. Lyndon; C. Binkley; M. King Est.; Shelton; W.E. Brailey; S.W. Mayer; Church; J. Sheathelm; S.E. Colbath; M. King Est.; Depot; Holt St.; H.J. Bond; Church; G.W. Malery; D.H. Rice; W. Chandler; J. Lameaux; F. Nichel; W. Oliver; J. Samaron; E. Lewis; W. Buck; L.W. Baker; E. Langley; A.M. Oliver; S.W. Mayer; J.D. Thorburn; Res.; Gen. Store; S.W. Mayer; Geo. Surato; J. Bricker; J. Surato; Jacob West; H.J.B.; Grange Property; S & B; W. Watson; M.E. Park; School; J. Higglemire; Thompson; S. Thompson; L. Price; T. Thorburn; F. Davis; Dodd; A. Aldrich; S.E. Bliss; E. Moore; L. Surato; S. Owens; T.M. Black; A. Black; M. King Est.; Section Corners 14 13 23 24; John King; W.B. Watson; H.J. Aldrich Est.; H.F. McDowell; I. Higglemire; F.B. Phillips; General Store & P.O.; General Store; M.E. Park; Harness Shop; Town Hall; J. West; Wohlfahrt; J. West; Rupert; G.W. Cook; L.R. Chaddock; Church; W. Douglass; F.P. Phillips; B. Gillett; Shelton & Black; R. Fry; L. Surato; J.E. Bliss -
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Title: Delhi Township: - Range: - Keywords: Delhi Center; Holt P.O.; A. Stone; Section Center 14; L.R. Chaddock; Henry Smith Est.; Wells St.; Michigan Central R.R.; King St.; Pine St.; E. Conkle; E.N. Lyndon; C. Binkley; M. King Est.; Shelton; W.E. Brailey; S.W. Mayer; Church; J. Sheathelm; S.E. Colbath; M. King Est.; Depot; Holt St.; H.J. Bond; Church; G.W. Malery; D.H. Rice; W. Chandler; J. Lameaux; F. Nichel; W. Oliver; J. Samaron; E. Lewis; W. Buck; L.W. Baker; E. Langley; A.M. Oliver; S.W. Mayer; J.D. Thorburn; Res.; Gen. Store; S.W. Mayer; Geo. Surato; J. Bricker; J. Surato; Jacob West; H.J.B.; Grange Property; S & B; W. Watson; M.E. Park; School; J. Higglemire; Thompson; S. Thompson; L. Price; T. Thorburn; F. Davis; Dodd; A. Aldrich; S.E. Bliss; E. Moore; L. Surato; S. Owens; T.M. Black; A. Black; M. King Est.; Section Corners 14 13 23 24; John King; W.B. Watson; H.J. Aldrich Est.; H.F. McDowell; I. Higglemire; F.B. Phillips; General Store & P.O.; General Store; M.E. Park; Harness Shop; Town Hall; J. West; Wohlfahrt; J. West; Rupert; G.W. Cook; L.R. Chaddock; Church; W. Douglass; F.P. Phillips; B. Gillett; Shelton & Black; R. Fry; L. Surato; J.E. Bliss -
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Title: Webberville platted as Leroy; Bunker Hill; North Leslie Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Corporation Line; McPherson Bros.; Church; Grand River St.; Main St.; E.D. Millis; J.W. Potts; A. Darling; Town Hall; G.H. Harris; George Long; Henry Lockwood; E.D. Millis; John Deyess; Church; C. Reason; Ella Spencer; C.W. Head; G.W. Langford; Post Office; McPherson Bros.; T. Tanner; School; F.N. Turner; Saw Mill; H.S. Hatch Est.; John Dunn; L.B. Smith; A. Darrow; Elm St.; Chestnut St.; Walnut St.; Original Town; Clark St.; Detroit Lansing & Northern R.R.; Howard St.; Summit St.; Oak St.; R.R. Depot; W.O. Horton; W. Murray; W.K. Pardee; A. Gunsolley; C.A. Jones; Fisher's Add.; Wm. Galuska; McPherson Bros.; Corporation Line; R.E. Monroe; C.H. Williams; George P. Bailey; C. Brook; Ed Perry; Maria DeCamp; C.H. Williams; J. Sweezy; H. Curry; C.H. Williams; D. Palmatier; G.W. Holland; Town Hall; A.D. Beers; Quarter Section Corners 16 15; George P. Bailey; Store & P.O.; Wagon Shop; C. William; S. Hatt; W.F. Epley; J. Sweezy; D. Palmatier; L. Sanders; L. Hasbrouck; Mrs. Steele; Hotel; C. Foster; N. Fairchilds; W. Rogers; L. Hasbrouck; Mrs. W. Ingalls; G. Hyde; J.W. Wilcox; School; W. Root; A. Blackman; G. McArthur; G. McArthur -
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Title: Webberville platted as Leroy; Bunker Hill; North Leslie Township: - Range: - Keywords: Corporation Line; McPherson Bros.; Church; Grand River St.; Main St.; E.D. Millis; J.W. Potts; A. Darling; Town Hall; G.H. Harris; George Long; Henry Lockwood; E.D. Millis; John Deyess; Church; C. Reason; Ella Spencer; C.W. Head; G.W. Langford; Post Office; McPherson Bros.; T. Tanner; School; F.N. Turner; Saw Mill; H.S. Hatch Est.; John Dunn; L.B. Smith; A. Darrow; Elm St.; Chestnut St.; Walnut St.; Original Town; Clark St.; Detroit Lansing & Northern R.R.; Howard St.; Summit St.; Oak St.; R.R. Depot; W.O. Horton; W. Murray; W.K. Pardee; A. Gunsolley; C.A. Jones; Fisher's Add.; Wm. Galuska; McPherson Bros.; Corporation Line; R.E. Monroe; C.H. Williams; George P. Bailey; C. Brook; Ed Perry; Maria DeCamp; C.H. Williams; J. Sweezy; H. Curry; C.H. Williams; D. Palmatier; G.W. Holland; Town Hall; A.D. Beers; Quarter Section Corners 16 15; George P. Bailey; Store & P.O.; Wagon Shop; C. William; S. Hatt; W.F. Epley; J. Sweezy; D. Palmatier; L. Sanders; L. Hasbrouck; Mrs. Steele; Hotel; C. Foster; N. Fairchilds; W. Rogers; L. Hasbrouck; Mrs. W. Ingalls; G. Hyde; J.W. Wilcox; School; W. Root; A. Blackman; G. McArthur; G. McArthur -
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Title: Okemos platted as Hamilton; Aurelius Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: John Olin; R.D. Soules; H. Lapham; G.C. Young; C. Rogers; Mrs. E. Phelps; Dr. Parks; William St.; North St.; Detroit St.; Clinton St.; Cherry St.; Bray & Son; G.C. Young; Johnson; T.F. Davis; J. Grettenberger; C. Foster; Wm. Turner; J.C. Foster; Daniel Betts; A. Draper; Mrs. M. McCurty; G.C. Young; T.F. Davis; J. Kirpatrick; John Ferguson; Mason St.; State St.; Water St.; Sarah Sturgis; W.A. Sturgis; J.W. Ferguson; H. Loveland; G.C. Young; J.N. Cook; J.N. Cook; J.F. Saltmarsh; Dam; Mrs. Longyear; F. Tyler; Cedar River; Section Corners 27, 26, 34, 35; G.W. Swartout; Wm. Allen; E. Waters; J. Gibson; Mrs. Stratton; Church; Wm. Allen; C. Fountain; L. Hawkins; L. Pratt; Mrs. T. Davis; J.D. Waggoner; P.O.; N. Isham; Jas. Hunter; T. Grinnell; M. McKenzie; F. Thayer; Parsonage; C.S. Davis; C.M. Casler; J.J. Rider; J.D. Waggoner; Sutton & Co.; J. Swart; Geo. Vanarsdale; Geo. Hunt; G.S. Davis; Marshall Est.; J.H.; Mrs. L. Shipman; E. Rodgers; N. Isham; G.W. Swarthout; Church; Mrs. Potter; M.J. Powers; Slaght; J. Wagg; L. Rolfe; J.W. Freeman; W.P. Hazleton -
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Title: Okemos platted as Hamilton; Aurelius Township: - Range: - Keywords: John Olin; R.D. Soules; H. Lapham; G.C. Young; C. Rogers; Mrs. E. Phelps; Dr. Parks; William St.; North St.; Detroit St.; Clinton St.; Cherry St.; Bray & Son; G.C. Young; Johnson; T.F. Davis; J. Grettenberger; C. Foster; Wm. Turner; J.C. Foster; Daniel Betts; A. Draper; Mrs. M. McCurty; G.C. Young; T.F. Davis; J. Kirpatrick; John Ferguson; Mason St.; State St.; Water St.; Sarah Sturgis; W.A. Sturgis; J.W. Ferguson; H. Loveland; G.C. Young; J.N. Cook; J.N. Cook; J.F. Saltmarsh; Dam; Mrs. Longyear; F. Tyler; Cedar River; Section Corners 27, 26, 34, 35; G.W. Swartout; Wm. Allen; E. Waters; J. Gibson; Mrs. Stratton; Church; Wm. Allen; C. Fountain; L. Hawkins; L. Pratt; Mrs. T. Davis; J.D. Waggoner; P.O.; N. Isham; Jas. Hunter; T. Grinnell; M. McKenzie; F. Thayer; Parsonage; C.S. Davis; C.M. Casler; J.J. Rider; J.D. Waggoner; Sutton & Co.; J. Swart; Geo. Vanarsdale; Geo. Hunt; G.S. Davis; Marshall Est.; J.H.; Mrs. L. Shipman; E. Rodgers; N. Isham; G.W. Swarthout; Church; Mrs. Potter; M.J. Powers; Slaght; J. Wagg; L. Rolfe; J.W. Freeman; W.P. Hazleton -
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Title: Onondaga; Fitchburg Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Original Town; John Sherman; Grand River; Depot; R.S. Colby; A. Leshen; G. French; Railroad St.; George French; W. Atchinson; Main St.; Division St.; M. Fry; B. LaPoint; Sherman St.; Oak St.; Michigan Central R.R.; River St.; E.A. Cranson; Laura Whitney; Allen St.; W. Adams; C.E.Willis; P.D. Woodward; C.C. Willis; L.O.O.F.; Mill St.; Baldwin's Add.; G. Baldwin; River St.; Willis St.; School; Sherman; Mrs. H. Godfrey; C.L. Streeter; C. Washburn; Curran; Rossman; Mrs. J. Traper; W. Adams; John B. French; Ellen Hawley; Church; F.A. Cross; F.A. Cross; Section Corners 26, 25, 35, 36; Asa Waterhouse; F.W. Havens; A.O. Miller; J.B. Coon; H.A. Stowell; R. Paxson; Mill St.; E.W. Lawrence; G. Mackinder; A.C. Lawrence; G. Mackinder; J.S. Mackinder; A.O. Miller; Beeman Est.; S.W. Dunham; Mrs. J.P. Hawley; John Miller; John Miller; Mrs. J.P. Hawley; F.S. Fitch Est.; Z.B. Dewey; Mrs. L. Bogardus; John A. Curtis; Lewis Curtis; Amos C. Lawrence; Peter Duffy; A. Cohn -
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Title: Onondaga; Fitchburg Township: - Range: - Keywords: Original Town; John Sherman; Grand River; Depot; R.S. Colby; A. Leshen; G. French; Railroad St.; George French; W. Atchinson; Main St.; Division St.; M. Fry; B. LaPoint; Sherman St.; Oak St.; Michigan Central R.R.; River St.; E.A. Cranson; Laura Whitney; Allen St.; W. Adams; C.E.Willis; P.D. Woodward; C.C. Willis; L.O.O.F.; Mill St.; Baldwin's Add.; G. Baldwin; River St.; Willis St.; School; Sherman; Mrs. H. Godfrey; C.L. Streeter; C. Washburn; Curran; Rossman; Mrs. J. Traper; W. Adams; John B. French; Ellen Hawley; Church; F.A. Cross; F.A. Cross; Section Corners 26, 25, 35, 36; Asa Waterhouse; F.W. Havens; A.O. Miller; J.B. Coon; H.A. Stowell; R. Paxson; Mill St.; E.W. Lawrence; G. Mackinder; A.C. Lawrence; G. Mackinder; J.S. Mackinder; A.O. Miller; Beeman Est.; S.W. Dunham; Mrs. J.P. Hawley; John Miller; John Miller; Mrs. J.P. Hawley; F.S. Fitch Est.; Z.B. Dewey; Mrs. L. Bogardus; John A. Curtis; Lewis Curtis; Amos C. Lawrence; Peter Duffy; A. Cohn -
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X Algonac, ~ ~ San li.,,..E 1,025 ^A~~aa A~gan...''W X,66 -Alien-'Cree~k, Oceana......W 200 Allendale, Ottawa.......... V 150 a Zfkii&Sation, ffiffla;ý... 0 X q~A^fteyn&?,.WewayEo..'.... W 3W0 Am, ~Presque Wse..... X,oAlloness, Keweenaw.z...NW 2,0.00 eAlma ~irataot......,.......C 1,V37 Almeva. Van Buren..'.....SW 100 Alm~er, acola......*.. E, X Atosira! Bwene.. '...N.]*W 8D, Almnto l^apeer......... ý;00E 80S &AINPOU91Alpena......... NE 11,09 0 lpine Kent.............W 150 *Alto>. eatj............... w x AX*UW;U Kn..,..........., ý-W 8D AltWa, Meeomi *a *......*,....0 200 AlversobL, InglhaWo,..;. S.85,*Amna<ore, 8anllac..o~s..... 150 *Ainsfi4 Iron............ NE 500 A m ad eaiMoiitgalin-- 0.. -..*. C 100 ~Amyqr Oakland...,........SE.180 AncioCtinle, Saint Clair.....E R -420:,Anderzon, Llvingeton..... 8 X Anctera< Bta.,(8e~Applegate X V~A anAirbor, WasftelwSE 1;4l61 IrgAnthoy, Hdughton.... NW X 6A~is,^ Dfcfcinson.... WW X OAntint&, Amtrim.......... NK 480 Ati~m, see~ Glass River).. X Appena!KH Craewford........% X DApplegate, SdDi,9c...... o 4fiforEmet........... N X Albelaasime.............. 5 00 AiceaU4. amaatee.... a..-aNW to.00 Archie, Grand Tratversae.. NW 75 Aipn~t~rsse.......*C 150 Aren&3;SMaisetee........m N.150 OArgenta, Allegan....... SW X Aaetne, Qnee...i..~ 5.& ff(ilper.....h~ X,Arlaniit<,Jackson.. oo....8.. 2D ^Ugn Van Buren.... SW 251 *'Armda Macombe.... SBE T g*Arthaur, Siaginaw...........C 89, AraMr Bay, Menominep. NFW 45% Azvon,Bag.. 150....W S ^AsaadKewyig.....w 8SOl &AahleY Oftrtlot.......C q1 tAamey/ kent.....". '*. ' * 00.......W -607 0 Aghton, Osceola..."m.a......C 20D; Assyria, Barry........ SW 100 *Athena, C no~u.......... 8 f~ Athlone, Monroe......S 20 *Atkins, Saint Clair..... E 100 *4 <&tsort, Iron.........3 X Atlanta4 Montgomer.... 100 Atlsunti Mine, Ho gto.NW t~fl0 Atlas, Genesee.............. C 150 0 Attica, Lapeer............. R 85S Atwood, Antrim.... 9*........ X 50? *Atwood's'Landing^s Clare. C X *Auburrk, Bay..............C0 800 0 Aubun, Oakland........SB 100 Au Gres.Arenac......:.. -..Q. SOD 40 Augusta, Xalamazoo.... SW 498 Aureluns, Ingham........... 8 25W 0 Au Salp, lo8CO..........S.S WE te Awable.,0scoda......... IE X Austceriltz, Kent....7;.W 180.Austin, Oakland.... f. SBE ISO a Au-sffl Z'afe, mqKazanaoo SW X ~Au Tra n. Alger.'.I-...NW 80m SAverill, Utdia4d..0,0..... C 100 AveMy Berriem. 4..........SW so Aveyil (Bee wyman). -... X 0 Avfa- Si Wat Fll..... ftS Jkvodal%0 e -aC...... Im Ayr,.me1w.......2 e Q.Azalla, MonrQe...,....... 8B 200 Bap-hoelor, Mason.."^... 50.S *~Bad Axe,, Hurpn.....,... lan Baaemuz Millo, (oft Holton). X a Bagdyfad Marquiette.... SrW X 0 Bagley, kenominee... 5iW 200. Lajite VOt!3ego...........N X fl~fetMuskegoii..,..W 400 *5at~e, r.ewaygo.........@ W X.Batabridge,BDerriei."......8W so jBakeea Cornm, (see Bervr. X Bak?<erimt~,Berren...'.,. SO X 0 Baldwin,l lke..:........ -W Bakhvim w(see Horton)....... X Ba. Ch. v ^::; 09t.&.OX Bandola, Weiford....... 2>rw so BRanfleld., Bafrry...... SW 100..Bangor,Xan Burent...'. SW SN4..B3aake BPmsdale.......S 25 andgfrmoud, losca... NE X ~J~anJ6s<. Bay.............. X 'Banner,6anilaei.......- X OBannister, Ghitiot.,....... 0 350 eftraga% Baraga........KW \ BarlbeB Chippewa,...;'...'N X 15arker reek, Kalkaskc....N 50 oBarkville. Delta... X..SW 700, *Xcarr, biecosta....... c W0 Barryvile, Barry. -..;.SW 25 Bartlettc, Grand Traverse. NTW 80 Bar on, gewaygo.......... W X Roaw Lake, (see Birkett).:.... X oBan8 Rivet, Ottawa....... W 50 G B.tavila."Branch *........8.100 O Bath. Clinton...........C W9 0 BskAXfUa,J~k.... X ~Battle Greek, Calhoun.'.... 8 151,527 jBa~w~s Cromsing, IWBO..-NE X: Bauer. Ottawa.......ý....'...W t X 0.3.Y CIETY, BW......;.0 t 3101 S Bali Ofty ounc., Wayne. BE X e~ay City Boad, Midland..C X Ba de No ue, Delta,.-.KW M6 BayVW, Musk 'on.. w X. Bayv Mills, Chippea.... 0 XU18 ae^(., Cblppewa N X 0 Bay Fort,.xrn.....E 150 *B~ay FPort Junctn.ift ronE X.*Ba~y Sidingr,Det~i. X Bay Springs, Charlevoix.... N? 200 e ay View, Emmet........~ N SO Beacon, Marqnette....... XW 2,000 Bew Lake, M lae *;..NW.4b, 0 Beaver Dam, Ottawa..-.. W TO Beavw er anod, (mee St. amýes) x *Beaver Lake, Ogemaaw....N loo Beaverton, Soorn..... 0 Beckett (see Valley Centre). x. Beddlow, Oakland.;.. S x Bedellý bay.......:...:.C 200 Bedford, Calhoun............. 8 OD Beebe,arto........ 50 Seebe'-&0ornr8waeeEcechmoudQ x @B~ech.Wavne;.-;...6 W5 S B eldei4 W- yne;.-: - 6-10......SZ 200,1 Berlazniai Van BU-r-en..SW W * Berin,, Ottawa.;.~.. 4W0,g^elin' (aee BleRvr... x. * Berne,, Huron.............S E SO, 0 Bfeme Jntimcn, fiuren.. X. * Berrien Centre, Berrteif.SW 156 oBeirriez& Springs.BnSW "740 Berryville, Charlevoix...... NS '180, *Bertrand, Ben-ien.... -'..-'SW 200 9 Berville,, Saint Clair..... ' 8W0 *Bessemer, G&ogeblc.. 'tNW 8,t96 9Besemner- eJune',GogebAcSW X Bethel, Branch.;.-....... 60 Betzer', HillldaNle;^..... 15 Big Beaver, 2aead... S 50 Biggs, Osoa......iS x Big Prairie, - ewaygo.....W -40.*Bife: avida, Mecosta..C S59M B Rasffpideju c.MuvsigQVf iBligm-eyIDelta...N..W X I'Big Rockv - Moan 'ren ey..;.N S01 - - -ii~,- tta 'f.0.... W.100 Bingham, Ieelauaw-.-.. NW 2W0 0jBircAe4;V~a enk iee. 0 BIrh Ran, Saglýawe 0.0... 200' -Bird1, Oceans........* 45' Birketti.,~ tnwy:..E ~ a Brmngiar, akand,.S Ns^ B!6maicfEaton..p..... 200 oSlackmamr Oemna...... W X 0 Black River, Alcons.-.-. NEB S52A7 S~c ~ert.(seelrogda.1".Blwsc's Comerm,.0ee Jml V, x' *Blaine. St. Car....., Q Blair, Berry''...... S 80 ifflanchard,G. bel....... C.219 0 Slagywsg Gogblebic.v.. I.TW x Blendon, Ottawa...*e........&W x BUN*s Emmlet*............ 'i 0 Blinefield, Lenswee....; g: Blodgett, Minautteee........ X Blooer.~?, Moatealm.....-,.C 8e 0. 0BloomlngdaWeVanaB!on.SW 3W0 Blooming Valley, Oqeiana..W x, Ulufftan, Xuskegqone.....,, V 6 Blumfleld. Saginaw..,....... 5 OBooncM r.....N S Borculco, Otwa.........W.20 -BosltwickKeaf".....W 8f Bffne~tyGhalftom9. Sol saynalklifGharlavoix N. goo aeBrampton, et....jW 2^ 'OBranch, Mason......e 20.Brant, Saginaw...... a 8~0' *Bravo, Allegan....:..... SW M0, 6 Bmekenridge, Graa~ot..... C WD60 0.Breedsville, Van Buren. SW s *Brent Creek, Genesee....C X Brest. Monroe............. SE 50 * Bridgeport, Saglnaw.....,.C 6O4 A~ridfeporlCentre,(eeelrid'pt). x Bridgeton., Newitygo.........W 100 'Brtdevillle, eait..... 200 OB-rldgewatter, "WsshtenawSE 100 o^Brldgman, Berrien...... SW 200 6 Brgigton, Livlngston...... S -8E2 BrUWe, Montgomery........ N 40 Brinton, Isabella............ 0C SO Bristol, Lake..0a0&W...........W 100 Bfrttol, losco.............. WE X *Brittoi, Lenawee.......;. 4_ 4W0 BZockwav, $ainthd Car...... E $75 933ronson.,.Branch..... 875. Prookfield, Eaton...-,........8 IS1O 'eBroaksýUld, Maaisfcee....NW 195 *Brookings,) Hewaygo..... W 100 Broaklin,, (see Davis).......... x *Brooklyn, Jackson........ S 596 lbwk8,14ewaygo.,......i..W 85 GJ~roob~S NaOa......C 5 BrooksOe Newaygo.. I.....W X.Broon~flel Isabella........ C 20 Brotherton, H'oughton.. - NW X oBrouard, Barrya 6........ SW S0 Brozon, Manistee......... NSW X gBrown City.,ft Ie.Snc....S 563 B8row-wsMe.,Cas'.\,ý.......S'W 1W0 JB~ita-Emet........] N 100 ~B~ich~a2,"errea.... W 1)SS Budhtel, (see Loomis)...... X Buck-horn, Cheboygan......N' 26 Buckhom~, (see Rose)........ X Bnel4 Saftse.............. S3 &-Buena Vista, Saginaw..... C.115 *9B^CT1ojfyMt?,Makqnet~teNW -X ]Bunker Hillý Ingham.. S.. 100 Bur'dickville, Leelanaw...NW 50B Burgess, Charlevoix..... NS so Burlington, Calhoun........ S8 804 Purlington,-(see N'th Branch) X,*Burlington 8ta., CalhounTS X Burnham, Manistee,.. i,... NSW 2S0, Btnp 9 Comrits,'AMegan.SW -ISO 4 e ~ttm8, Saint Clar,.. R, X.Burms^ Shia-wassee.....;., S Burnside, Lapeer'...... E 125 &Butw8 Spur, Defta.. NSW- *X.*Burr Oak, 9:amt Joseýph SW 6On *Burt, Saginaw-...... C0.Burt lake, ýCheboygun...... N X *Burton, Shiawassee.......C 0 too f~ueh~ville, Cheboygan....X X, Bua j~~eela'naw.......... XW X Butler, Branch.............. S IS 'OByers, Mecosta..... _......25 -9PEyron, Shlawaasee'........(3 418.01Byron Centre, Kent...... W ow& 0 Cadillac, Wexford-..NW 4105 *Cadmus,, Ienawee.... 8 8D CadyMAacomb.......... 3 0 Caldwell, 0~tela; 40~., Caedonia, Wse Ia Bag '.. X 9 Caledonia'Gtatio~n!, Ken. WW 433 Caliorna, Branc..... 100S,eCalkminlle, Isabella.......C 45 CalosCalhoun,...... 8,.. X.' 4Calumaet;, Houghton.... XSW.,19 ~ Calumet Mine, Iron.... in~ X Calvig, Cam8.......S. sw Cambria, Hflsdide...... 8:L ^ Cambridge, Lenawee,....S 5 Camdeb, Hillsdale...;, 8 425 CampbeUI4 Inia,....,...< S ~ CampbeSI Delta..,'-^.. NW X Campb6Uls Cornls,- g9ma-W 11T& Camp Douglaaj Marsitwa NSW' Sao'. Canada GornersOMTskegP.-; -X 2.Canandalg'ur4 Leaawee'., *... *'- 1S0 Canboro, Huron..a.... i S 6 4 8,- 2 Canby, E~mmet....... X..^. CAnnousiburg.h, Kento......o. W '250 *Canton, Wayne........ BE a s *-Capac, St. Clair. 6...... " ý: ~0Car odale, Menommnee20 8~ B eCarey, Lae........ ow X iaGarland, Shiawassee.....o. 0 so 0 Carleton, Monroie....... 0SB.88 Carlisle, Eaton.............. S too Caritout Centre, Barry..... SW 140 0 Car&14i Kent............W X.gCsrney,, Menomlnee....NW go. @Ca~ro losols......... 780^ S Ca r o: unh Mti&on, *Tu*8, WlfIi...'B X C~arpMarquette.. e o a.. 2XW X Carpenter, Emmet........ so~ * 0arpenterm, Waeer....... B. 15 'a Carp Lake. Emmet....... 1; is O'arp Laki; Leelanaw.. NW X,*Carrollton, Saginaw....... C ont "0 Carso tdly aBvu, Montaklm..6 N 1K. - Caaovie AILa.... LS gF Dentral Mine,lKesfeenaw..W 1186 C~enre, (see Hoytville) s....... X Centre Hfar5<or,(aee Sand Wbch X goCentre Line, Macomb....Sw 2WS 0 Ceiatreville.St. Jos. - SW 105 Oentreslle Sw-in, Delta.NSW X ~Ceresco, Calhoun....,..... 8 59W Ceylon, Barry.............. SW 40 ~Chadwick,-Ionla.........a. C 180 e CAaTOerlaini$,t Joe... SW X o Champion, Marquette... NW 1,201 4 Championb June.-.,Marq. NW X Chandler, Ionia.. 6,~... 0 46 Ca CarlevoiXXW121reVols -. - - SDT 1719 ~Cliarlofte6 Eaton....... S 4,350-- Charlottwile, (see Brift'mni'l X8 ~Chase, Lake..............W 8 0 ChasRX Lenawee......... 8 X i 0 Chashell, Houghton.... 14-W X Chauncey, Kent............ W ISO 90h~eboygran, CheboygasiN 6,958 9 ChelpoygaziiiVf, BaLy... s, -qe9C X *Chelsea, Wmshenaw..... SBE 206 Ohta'uz, Mackinac........ N.50 eehe~ney Ciawford... N., 100 |Cherryf Fill ' e... ý. SE X 0 Chesaning, Saginaw...... C 1,0561 Cheshireý Allegan**........SW 15SOftehirelfineMarquette NW X 0 Chester, 3Eaton...... - S 7-8 10 ~9 Chesterfteld, Maob. S so ' Chllson,' Lvngstonc.-.,,, Ai..8 -Cblna, StsClsdr.L.....;&i4'46. *Chippewa lake, We'66sta. XC *.Chippewa Station, Omceols. C 73 ~ Choeotoy, Marquettce.,.. WW X Chubb's CornersfAVLvigtU-. XCth-urhill, Ogemaw....... 0 K 0 w &N -Churchw CornerBHlsEW ale.- 8 8^: SClam Lake, Antrim.... 10 Clam Riv;r, (see Clam Lake). - I Clam Union~, (see Vogel Ctre) 4 ~Ciare, Clare............;***' Clarence, (gee IDucklAke).... X 'ClarenmWie,{ "seer Plank RBW X, *Clarendon, Calhoun....S.16 G.Oldaion, Charlevoix....... 14800 auk, Lake,s. a.............W X C7<arA Houghton-,....... iqW am 0 Glarks, -Huron.......:@ _K.%* OClark8vStur. omua..*7"~ 3 N 0 lawsoii, Oakland........ BE X Olay aký Ocean........ W -45.GOClaytODi 4 ae^.^.. 0 '&.eapWater, Xalkaslka..:... N,ý200 vztWoE (LaeerPoi~)......, R -17 Reweenaas J~lmzo....S11W, WO @ ieoLioAbwee.....S 1 olinj~onvi -(see rwnu Pi's) X DWgga, Schoolcraft...... NSW X *Clio, Genesee............. 689 *JDrismel, Saginaw.......... C X * CQyfe, ýOakiwad. a..... S-E 40D Drwnm.ond, Chippewa..... ýX 250 olydestatiGnt (wee Sterftg).. X 01Dryads8, Menominee... NSW _X Clyzie, Menominee....... -NW X OpDryden, Lapeer............E H S22 Cml~Gov 3rg.,...... SW 0 Duck Lake, Calhoun.........S. 100; 49 Coooa, Uv * to.......S 0 Duck Lake, Muskegon...... W X eColty Moa~tcsal X.... 135 aDuffield, Genesee......... C 50 Colden, 0iln..... X IhmWaille, (see Wiffamsburg) -X' ~Col Stream Biing, M- Dune-an, Cheboygan........ N X samzeov...,,...,SW X eDundee, Monroe.........SBE 1,232 2oldve? u Brsaceh... 8 5.2~85^ -Dunmingville, Allegan.. SW!"280 4 Colemax4 daand..,.... C 1118 0 urand, Shawomee.* C 9 ~Collso, Bm X....... W X GEage, Cintn......... C ISO1.-?luma, acson..p *"""i 15 kagle River, KeweenawNW 400 eSolumblaville Laee...Z 7 SE ^ a, Grand TraverseN'w 45 Colu rtSSSaint "C"'.... East J~ordon, Charlevoix....N 895 Colwell, ""'"' X *Eastclake, kamstee..... NW 1,856 CP0W0d91vjoSaae*.99p9. 0? Eftstmanvile,Ota-a...,W 4501 Svommin"" osod.... co j a200omtc almzo.^ SW 898 0 E^SagiawSainw. oconeorQnkaG......... S 8m atagtck lea W 10 4D Cone %=r?~?u.. e.so *,...* BE 75 East Springport, Jackson....S X ~DCooperYHn,~ttiaw&.......W 100 % Smh'~w*" Conrs Crek, ayne"i~~... SE 00 gm'ravereay,(seE.. tB... Y) X 5 G^ostatw St J seph B,136^ 6Ea~ien,iSgngaW.~...S X 10W OonAvip'lnws Centreave, CahuM...8 XidE- uclan.....C 10 obCorwal'Eme Mtc.......... C4 157 SW^SJ?'"" 0B Cooks'.a ATo61raft.%an. *N- 100 0 S D.^ Raids,~ Eao...:.., S 2,iE toCooprKalaaoo.. SW Q Eau ClaireBerrien,..... SW X4f 2^%&'Rt"2'W? ^ dEchoo, Antrimot.........09... N 600 00ope MlsI4Haisee..NW 40 0 @Ediiord, Catflhou........ 8 75 Golqori Lae........ W goo ^a^c ra, Waym ne.......... BE 45 0 orbus 1,anawee......... 8^ ^^ wS X 0orinto, HuoW IS. i~p, Antrimn.....,.... NS X,0 Crndomal, (eeSeewaiaa......... X ~El, rne......i......ee SO ~Cforig Alegsan.......... SW 820 EdwarftIb urgh am..... SW - X Cawordr iseabO ema....:.....G 4 ^0 glm U aniae............E X0 C*wortln COreawfKent.....,.,^ W 57 s~~.rto...... 5 Isl....nna.....we..... 20 1,fi --igh'Y oo t 0ftLeelaaa..... X Corwine, VnBuren......... SW 2 0 ^7U Mitfleeladnaw......SE X Cotaei roeU, Wgyeme......~E S 7s83 Elbaoo, Tapeek............. E 150.'QCrounty KlkAe, wa........: 150.e~lmwoodg roena.........W 50 0 'Cvrook Sake CBaren...*.. SW 1025 Alwo~aio~^t X Craow~e Huron (seowy. Bee ln............ E X EkRpdAt.. C1S200 ~Grai osbyKen........,..W 1am EllawoTnscolake......... W 25 Cranst^ fon 0esa...m,...C a X @Elmwel~aylot...4.........C 2E00 * oasman.etusco............ _SO- Efitire7ek. urna^.^..' 2 @ Craosel ffamltc eee..C X @ldae.lna..........E65 gls Mnme... C 125 Cracfonc, isaewayg.......... C 125 Eglmer SaleKet...., EW _00 aGo Isl and, Presque... @E00 l 500.L ce.~..~..' Irsler... bi........ ^W X ~ nin et.......... X_1 6t ieaa NW X,0, reazey f,OBarry, goaW 2W E1MW00d,.L-elanaW........NW, 15 Creswell, Montalm........... N 8801 Elnfeiwo, Tusoltal.......... C 50 *GCrysto al kak -U 49ze..*S E lmoode, Iraokn..........-NE Xi ~Crookd-ak Bell, ireonwy.. XE a^ gPft10 Clinton.......... C!- S21,.rata Lakeb, HghnHW 10 25eMno........g 0 Urystal #ae (slee Crntcal)... x X Mwelnlb, Deltab.... W J200 Crossatanae,Oen..W Tu-solscola.......... EE x5mieN 0 Croasnile, MntAdm c.......... C X5 *.Ongadile, Makiay.. ~...... X 1,3 aCroswell, Saullace....,....... E 630 English, Msenominee)..... NW x3 ~arraao,Aleoib a;.........] 12 GiEka1shil, Cl nton.....~....C 2500 *Crowsland, Case............ CW M9 @Evar, Osuce l..............C N,3X * Crster, Maoneic...,....,. NW 4x. Snselvn,'t C.revi......... NW x OroiDa~lag OntMeago~n e.N'W X60 nolygr, Seaint Clal......EW 15 Crystaly, Motalm.... ~....... SW 200O Ewntian, M non~al n....... C 50. a Crsta Ciy, enzwle.... XW.~. x ~raifetelMackinac,;e........ N 850 *Crysta Mla?<|Qs, ro..NE 11400 Epsi Gon, d 2 Inh........... N X0 Cryst~al k,Mm ago&......W X Erie, Morove...............~ SE So 81V8al Lakegm.(seCytl....,H 0n Esanrabea, SaeltCai...... 6NW 2OryIo alley.,:.cea......,..C 17g Famondew;0scoa......^ X_ O-G iv, or AIanem...,....... 0 6 E nssexvll, ay. Ket.. ~..... < V."Masa, ~XMosfiega..~.., oi 019 ~Falmtezd ( iSee Sumn e.r) ------ 1 lobickervlle, S -mla -, 8SWo Fayette. Delta........... NSW 000 0 Deep Aiver,9Area8C......0 200.@Pemivjlle', Ala...SW.-860 -Deer CE'eek,Livtagton.... 'AGO *Fenaton, Geuesee..........C3'21387 @ Deerfield, 1enswee.....i..S 4Z1 @Fenwick, Montcalm,.....:C 175 Deeidield Centre. (see: Madison). X O.Ferg&,, Sagiuaw......,.... 0 00 ~@Deer Lake, Lake....'.... W 371 FeMn Mason.........- ý_ 5 Deer Park, Luce........:.... IT X Perris, Mo0am..... 100 ~2?e^rt~on.Alger.........l NW X Fcrry, Ocaa.......W 275 Dediance, "Delta............. NBW 150 ~ Feirryburghl Ottawa.... W 450 ^DefordTvnseola...........aZ 10D Ferryflkle (see Custer)... 5 SDelawareMimeKlweenlw. NW 25 @ Fields, NMwaygo......... W 900O -ýDelhi Centre,. (see Holt)...... X sFife Lake, Orand Trav'elTW 4,76 M Delhi Mills, Washtenafw. SE 15 Filer City M=amse...... NW 700 D~ellwood, Eaton............ 9 X wiulon, liuron.......o...65.DeLonghary, Menomalae.NW N0 0 ^Si11mora Centre, AlleganSW 250 iv~Delray. Wayne. -....SE 600 Siilmore, (see Freeport).. X ebDelta, at............ 5- 0 Firndley, Saint Joseph... SW 15 @ Del^ta.e c.;SchoolcraftOTW X Finkton, Antrim...~..... 96C2N 50 @Dfeltas iSvoic! Wayne- 8Z S X Pnaher, Presquxe Isle........ N.- X 9 5Delton,,.Barry.......W 82 *Fishers Station, Rent.... W 60 ~DlwnIsbela;.....~ X Fishvile, Montcalm......... C X..Denmark, 50cl,-,....oS~: imerville, Ba......C X 9 Denmar k Twu. olacbl.. R X Go ia, Allegan............ SW SO ~Dennison,.Ottawa... -' -"w 'go Fitchburgh, Iagliam....... 8 1SO 0 Denton, Wayne S 9 P^ itchvile, Antrim.......... N? X SS ~ l ~ X Fitz.erald, X(see Maple Valley) X 2Lent er, Newaygo....... W 10 Five Lakes, lapeer...... 2S -i2eAPei6&'8idfnmMicomb. S.8 ISO Fa Rda~c, Way~...S ^ ' * ~Beby Brste......I" SW * "Xý Fleming, lngsutolk.,..... S 1 DetiB ~Mpw..... QeQ N Fletther, 83kaa.,.. '~~~ ~ a @> B fc a a *8.S 07t836; @M*^Sint, Genesee,.....,,~.0 1%490 DeWitt, -Clinton.......... Florence, Sit. Joseph....'SW AM0( *Dexter, Waslitenaw.....:SAEC Flower Creek, Ciesaa.. ý...W 'MO Diamond JLake, (see Cassopolls) x Qfflwer&4'4 St osph., S 125 40Diamond Lake, NFewaygo W *250 Floyd, Xsabella.. ~......... C X DiiamondSprings.Allegan SW Mi.: Popt Rver, Dlta........ 0 Diekinson, Newaygo....W X bwl~vr eta....H 0 Dighton, Osceola......... 0 100'. *Po Rversta. Delta. XW X 0 Dimondale, Eaton......... 8 VA OF; ord Ang DickinsoiiNW X ~&~iofote, Marquaette,..... NW X -FreaM ity, Muskegon.,....W ' X Dlsco. Macomb.............SE 80 Forester, Santlac............ E, 100 0 Dihn~o Marquettce..... NW X ForestGrovet, Otaw...... W, 75 Dixboro Washtenaw......SE: x: 9) Fore"'"t Hal m....S 3>tdgde Clare..... C0 311 Ywas Hill ~ratlot......... C 32 Dollar Bay, Houghton.'.T..NW 578 ~Fepore U f o., 8 rto.. eDollsrvime,'Luce..... d"..K d. N 50 Pre t., (e Frederievilll X Dokonoiile, (see Day City).. X Frstvill, Sa11w....... 400? -Donaldson, Ghippewa.... o4N 25 Fork., MWecosta.. C~...~~ X *Dorr, Allegan.......... SW 35 0 Forman, Lake........... W 3 a Dort- Midland............ 0 X (DForsyt1h4 Narqiuetie~....,NW 150 0 Doster. Barry....o'.SW 20 Fort, ratiot, Saint Ca...E 2j832 Doty4 Allegan.............SW X GWorest~ily, Dlakinson.lNW:,7 *Doughert,Menominee]!NW X @FoiBera Segiaw.......... C 100 0 Downlngton,: Saullac,......~ E 75 eFowlervim~. Zdiagloa,.8. M (p Doyle, Gratiot...e...,. # C X ~eri cSSwo Jackson....... 120 e Doyle, Saint Clair......... X S2 Frankel~nste Bay........... 0 X1 -Dake,, Lapeer.............. Z X FrankeamKutf, Saglnaw.....C 850 O'Drakton Plains, Oakland BE 1120' 0YrankenMuSA 84a Sag'w.0 X Drenthe, Ottawa............ W Boo qbFrasfýeetr9~ior Y;r;WIS^ A~samnaw,~""*:.......... 0 X Haaa -fCm,(see Westwood).... - X Franklin. Oakland........ BE 2W0 HafWkins, Newftar...... X *Fraser, Mfob.... E 220. Hwayes Hrtron go W to 0 Frederic, Crawford....... XT 150 Hax GrveOceana""". W?X FreJL.% "- Wahea....S SO"aeton. Sawssee......C. 0 1W i? Freeom, Cheyboygan.... N 10 ~'Mlc iy,~a.. 5 S^^^SX e^em ~-B-C^fY-S Law...y Freiburgers anlaBSac.....0...E 25 eTfenny, Alpa.... xNE gFremont, Y~ewygo...:....W 1,Z7<' Heritt, akson....* 200 0 FriwtonMoro...SE-" X *enriega tafnJacks'-nS Xo Friplngvlle, Oscol.... C XS ~Hermansville, Mn'lmle; NW 652 ~ Fruitport, Muskegon.... W 800 el Mackiac...........W N,$0 Fualtsbn, hKalamaaoo....SW 150 Highland, Livigston..40. aSV X GGallen, Berrien......... SW 492 Highwood, Gladwto.... C. k, GardenDlta.......T...... NW 45 Hll onee seeGenoa).:8 X OCraylordv Ot~ego...... %m ft6 HobaM tWexford..4W.W 100 s aey's purMenomilne~eX X 'D rS~ra:: Hodge,:.8 GIS Swt '" Trvre. W X saedde 8, a shenaWe....S 6 %ot aOen..........Sw 10XS! ' ^ " "" 8 Geewatostenw.........B X Hobok g Sanc........-.-.:^ E ^^'xS?;!.;""* Hollowar, Lenawee........S 8 7 Gmlah, S Aus ***-**S X GHoly,, Oakland.......... 8E 19266ý German*' iSSaniiif....::::f F. 4 Hollywood, Berrien....... SW x G ^Shibison Allean... 0... O.Sw X Hom.U tpj, Newayg.......J W 100, Gidneas, Baranch..............S X20 Homer 8~n 1,157 G(ilbert, Wexford.......... ET 250 CD ometead, * B ""**** NW 16 ^h&~ a"""" W X ~HoortowBa,C(seeRile voi.er X5 G ilead, B an h.. a e.... *t o# a ** 50 H op, id an...., o o*,^ 0 9 ý*GlendorTsoa Be..ie......S 6E 100 opkins, Allega S..Jo.ep... SW 450 Gilmoe, Isabella....... 9T... ~0.rel Xdlgtn.... 0111's Lod BierIana.-.... NSW 1.2 0 Hopkins Sunction, Livglngaton 70X 'Girard Brleanch....*-...... aW 89 0 Horton, Gladwi-n..........C a X Glntcel Ottaatin...........NK X.*oronl~S Bay, hrg levmizoo SW 5 0 Gladsone,CDla 8........ SW 2,10.0 Houghtonl, Ilxord.,... NW X,~ 0 Glaillin, VGadwn Bie......SW 985 Hougton lke., ostmon..... Ns $9 ~Gla- ls Rve Saint Clier..... C 259 okoubrlm, AMpbnamn....X WW x Glen HArbor, 0 oSLeelanaw.., NW O 400 o rstown, loma.... C 4. GlendHale, VanBuen..... SW 12 --,O ~ rw&^m., t'Manckacj.N X, *Glendrag, Berent.........SW 58Xawardsvo, St. Joee.......SW S3 Gle Haveln, Maelanaw..... NW 6 40 ~Hudowelle, Liigtonwa..... S 2SC6 e~ood Lor, BAerren......... V4 *Hoswell Emeua t............ IT X Glnn Allegan,...o......... SW go Hnlbwry, Gladwina.........C'S X Gledriecato, Aleneae.......G 40 Hfnowldnd burgjWer&&zo B2W 30o *Glenoode<2<, Carmutt.......W 20 ~Hnngerforde 2irewaygo... NW 1X1 ~obevil, Vanr]Buent.....SEW &M Mntv0ge maw.n..........i ago 0Gorodn, Bra~nch........... E 10W ~Hubbard Craee, Al bap.... NE X G oold Hart, Emmet i........ X ~3N m0 gpubbl eu, WEakinac... 1S X 0 Goweng,M~fl...... 4 S X09 lwfindos Coer (ee.,;.~n e.e x 4 0Goaafson, ap;llega......SWB 340 Hluronvil, HuOttawa....,.. W 250 Goodlan~. ýasee Ed.......... X X aurt, Emmet Br....... X X 0 oomaeBn He............Ev X Hrnal Bech in Ch alr.. N X ~~ori o~,Moh 4nrese......S **::a 40 Olumode.etý a............NW x0 40Goe Lmake, Marquette... CW X ~ 1~u~i erordNewayg.... JW me 4DGord osng, Marquete....NW x HqIta, MOgrem.............. X 300 Gorton, Branch............. 8S 100 uter's CreekTaporec.... ES Q GouldCity MavckiOtt... NW ln SpurIla, Makeer.......... N X Gowen, June. alm.... W 80 ly~tLpe....... C mkKdaCmr,(c l.a ',2sX GCraafp AlledgeEatn.......SW =0it Hurmde3 ger,....... X Gf^eravA eBepie.........SW x. uol BJdeacI4,alamazooSW. X * ra-fon Monroei % es...... 3SEW 2 0 India ae,Delt........ 0060 NW X *mn Poihnt, SainClualr...E. X Indylan LMenomin(ee... PaiNW x *Gfrand Blan c, Gnsee.. Clar Xý ~Idewil, Montorency....* -N 280 0~rand Hwayen~@ tW s... W 5,26 Imlayso, "Ino....,.c s ~ffr~^ ~ go 0fi.~qetH 1mlankstMer, Lapneer........S 20 GQrand fLede,)Eaton......... 8 4 21 *Indand, Laeerl............. 5X etev'AIryafis.LakepJaeIoa-... 617. v J?~j~o.Bni. ereea:.Bmac......... s ao...c..~;. NW 70388 afereen Oak, Uvingstoa.... 40 ~lIron RiverIkon..;......S NE ~&%t~_oacM.,^-O 8,113 Iron ^cer,?iitonjagon.. XW x Greewoo,,Marquette-... NW X ^rMa...... X 00"=~w^4d, 0ma~w_.g N 0 son'1vto,0 Charlevoix.,,...H 0 "Opmnivod Van e tCatlrB X ~lIronwoo~d. Gogebi...W sl!Grevgy 1Aviatr40*.,.,..,8 144 Irojuols Chippew&a.......,..H N X Gr-Esbvm~tta..~. 15 ~lrving,EBai..; ~o~$4o.w 10 <^d~~Eia^,~m..<X 482L Isabella, (see Fowler Station) x ~Grmss e P int Fa~mWayaej.52 SR......... XW s O-Grosa6elle Wayhbe..o.e.. BE ON& 9Isabella, Isabella..........C 0 X -Groulean, Alconaa*.... X, 01Wand Lake, 18AV 011st* s 8 Grove, N~ewaygo........... W. 250. ID ' ^"^^ 31hev rt......C16 Hadley, tapeer.............. R 256 O"^otaea BrmaTm? @Hagar, Berrien...........SW 40 1. Gait~klot... X"*" ~Ha milton, Hillsdaln......... 8 ^ 4.06060:::: N S ~Ha~cckHoghtn...W 1066 Jack Fine,, Otrawao...~..... N ~Hagnd.Staion, Presqe..SlE- So0 ~Jaserz1,- Leawee~n.~...,. 8 2 4 *Haines, Mecota.......... 30 X rackaon Sami e, C ela.......S 14 OHanley, Wxordaw...........NW too, - Nl^'eswCa8. ~w ýX eHanoverg, Jacksn...t..... a 2M8 JacovloN, Hougaht....n.... Xw 9 i Hjamb~i^rg&Tn.Mmv~s'nee X ~Jaoenmgy8, (3wike.. 33 0 H&Mbetn 'Alegan..... SW X JiYen8OPM (sie. Penn).....w X i ~Hidarlor, SWryrsJmetaSE 12, 05 Jaserfo, L3enweyg.......... fW x @Hanrby, AlcoaJc........ N E 2 XI0Jerdoe, H8ldut le......... N Q i Hanleyo, Ottaakln....a s...W X0 0.ferio n, (se m......il..... sw x I Hannhrland M avaere.y....w X Je& Hinleon).........8. 911aover', Jackonrd...... W 463 Jelsn1, J.i::on...... W as Hanrrin, fuOceans........... W X ý eneTuscolap~.MeBen.x 0000R 4Hawos~nghapurm..,;...... X *JeuAinM If,(sueeB[lld.... N *Hfarber, Beren..e..... SW X "Joenes, Neaas.............. gW 35 0 HarbrSri'nigs m Ntaa... 1,05 v'^onaMil, (seeway Spll HMardwood, DClare......N.. Xi5 Joppa,Casee E.......)....,..g X oj~driong, Wexor....n.. NV X8 Iyeromevill A atri....... (see @Harlan, Maistee..Acn....., X~ '8 Shingletion) ae3a.......... C XS HBarlow8, Maqewayeo......NW X AMO JO arlevoxd.... 64140 BE Macrmon, s^(cda6t..........NE X 10eoofledBnle..... 000-0 -~Martp ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 1 9 Qana.......... WNW udaoierSiwse.. 156 ~ Hartford, Van Bure.... SW 1,46 Johnso, Jbr.wfond o.....B...2 *w* x Harringtoi Ottawa......,..S W 0 X Jublo' su, 3allc~..,.,.n.Eeq X i HffItes, M~ogw-ebi......NW X 0 Joneswi Barry <......... j% So a Hasrtmabn-taa,Be.r#en*..a. W 200 croteag illa i(o,Houghtoits..T X ~Hartsifl~t C lak, No o.c..:.- 25 0Jonsville,;, Hillsale....,.....g S & OHa'1rcicqson lare....... @.a '1452 Kalam, Eatobn..... 00494. 0 0 g 8 XS 0 Harardso, Vant.Bur..... SW X JoraBE Antrim, 0a 0 &aska...0 N X 4 HarriveMriue Ale...... NE 49 0cferdo, Isaella a......... 0W So 0 Harourn, YMayg3ueo...... W X Jo,,Cawkawvoi Bay........... N OX Z.famms relad,Mat.Clnair.....E X Kaywhol Bsene..ke....... NW 10 i @Harltford arnXngha....SW 1,04 Judger~y CmfýAni...... 2| x QHassle, (ogee lba.........NW X Oc2iingfon, rry.....to... KW X ~Marttogrs.Barr~e...... SW 200^ Keftnarge, Houghtnw.... IZ x jya,r atickOcola,;.. *..... 100 K 3(alam,(~eeto l............ x Harvaey, Marquett....a... Sm 126 Keelrevnl, V4anaBre... 4 S0IW - Hallacone, Marqette......XW XW layene, Soo~;,...... PC

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Title: Map of Michigan Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Leach; Montreal; Washington Harb; Island Mine; Isle Royale; Siscowrt Bay; Saginaw Mine; Passage; Ontonagon; Fire Street; Sterling; Misery R; Elm R; Atlantic Mine; Robertsons; Houghton; Hancock; Newtons; Partage Lake; Hougton; Albany; Grober; Lake Linden; Portage Entry; Red Jacket; Allouez; Keweenaw; Clifftoon; Phoenix; Central Mine; Delaware M; Penn Mine; Copper Harbor; Capper Palle Mine; Eagle River; Clifftoon; Allouez; Opeeliee; Osceola; Ripley; Keweenaw Bay; Montreal; Hurley; Bessemer; Black Riv; Agogebic; Thomaston; Wakefield; Bessemer; Hurley; Ouluth South Shore; Marenisco; Hotel Gogebic; Groosbeck; Abitosse; Bronwood; Beaser; Iron Riv; Nonesuch; Gwanntch; Cranberry R; Potato R; Ontonaoor; Greenland; Ontonagon; Bohemian; Ontonigon; Trout Cr; St Collins; Kitchie; Rockland; Newtons; Baraga; Fews Ville Cath Mission; Sturgeon; Perch; Worm L; Palmer; Taylor Mine; Summit; Spurr; L Michigamme; Erie; Beacon Champion; Columbia Republic; Michigamue City; Skanee; Arvon; Meth Mission; Arvon; Stoneville; Lealwood; Humbold Unf; Bancroft; Bruce; Marquette; Negatinee City; Goose Lake; Cascade Junc; Harvey; Sande; Harvey; Deerton; White Fish; Glenwood; Rock R; Onota; Grand; Smith Mine junc; Little Lake; Horsyth; Helena; Contreville; Harvey; White Fish; Rock R; Onota; Grand; Contreville; Detroit; Munising P.O; Schoolcraft; School Craft; Driggs; Sewey; Grand Marais; Germfask; Two Hearted R; Luce; Dollarville; Newberry; Manistique L; Gilchristo; Marie; Halls Side; Hendrie; Soo Junction; Eckerman; Hendrie; Halls Side; Trout L; Emerson; White Fish Bay; Isle Parisenne; Rexfordo; Iroquois; Bay Mills; Pouts aux Fins; Wellsburg; Donaldson Barbeau; Pine River; Alexandero; Johnson; Ozark; Monuscong; St Marys R; Saultde St Marie; Sugar; NeebishI; Pickford; Lake St George; St Josephs; Marenisco; Gogebic; Watersmeet; State Line; Lac Vieux Desert; Tamarack Almwood; Hemlock; Iron River; Stambaugh; Palatka; Armstrong; Bois Brule Riv; Stager Brule; Masbodon; Mastodou Mine; Crystal Falls; Granite; Witbeck; Floodwood; Michigamm; Mastodou Mine; Holmes; Dickinson; Theodore; Florence; Merriman; Antoine; Iron Mt; Quinnes; Latheo; Maple Ridge; Malton; Escanaba; Ford; Beaver; Days River Brampton; Mason; Flat Rock; Escanaba; Ford River; Narenta; Bank River; Nadeau; Spalling; Alecto; Comus; Dryads; West City; Ford; Latheo; Milton; Beaver; Days River; Brampton; Masonville; Bay de Noque; White Fish; Stugeon; Pt AuBargue; Van Winkle; Manistique L; Manistique; Thompson; Wiggins Pt; Garden; Fayette; Monistique; Hunts Spurr; Minn Sault; Garden; Fayette; Monistique; Mlnn; Culliver; Hunt Spur; Minn Sault; McDonald L; Pike Lake; Orville; Kennedy; Biddle Pt; High; Allenville; Moran; St Martins Bay; Mackinae; Straits of Mackinae; Temperance; Esteau Galet; Gross Villafe; Middle Village; Lonsdale; Pleasant View; Harbor Sprs; Pellston; Ely; Leverington; Bliss; Alanson Binman; Emmer Cheboygan; Metted Lake; Duncan Cy; Mackinae; Sova; Indian Riv; Koehler; Mackinae; Rois Blane Rd; Gatesvileo; Prentis Bay; Detour; Drummon; Scammon; South Channel; Koehler; Indian Riv; Burt Lake; Cheboyfan L; Rogers City; Hammonds B; Adams P.T; False Delon Channel; Cockburn; Grand Manitoulin; Barrie; Great Ducke; Adams P. T; Grawfords Quarry; Cedar Pork; Wallace; Carbondale; Chambers; Menominee; Een Bay; Washington; N Mamtou; S Niamtou; Sleeping Bear Pt; Gloh Heaven; Pyramid Pt; North Unity; Leelanaw; Good Harbor; S Fox; Good Harbor Binafuan; Cathead Pt; Cathead; Grand Traverse Bay; Mapleton; Breswell; Atwood Mitchell; Eastport; Torch Lake; Harbor Sprs; Fetoskey; Maplewood; Wallon L; Hartens Bay; Ironon; Chartevoix; Rock Etm; Atwood; Mitchell; Eastport; Torch Lake; Snow Pike; Breswell; Old Mission Clamlake; Mapleton; Westwood; Spencer; Bellaire; Lake Shore; Cheslam; Central Lake; Echo; Inntermediate; Mt Bliss; Sourth Armo; E Jordan; Advance Sedan; BoyneRockery; Simons; Kearnay; Alba; Wetzell; Mancelona; Furnace St Wright L; Gaylord; Elmira; Logan; Berville; Vanderbilt; Spring Vale; Trowbridge; Bagley; Otsogo Lake; Bradford Lake; Klingensmith; Rondo; Diver; Burt Lake; Epsilon; Harbor Spslin; Alanson Birman; Comvay Spe; Indian Riv; Koehler; Browns Dale; Pigeon R; Vienna; Black R; Shaw Ocqueoc; Rogers City; Presque Isle; Crawfords Quarry; Presque Isle; Grand L; Posen; Long L; East Side; Bell; Crawfords Quarry; Bolton; Long Rapids; Orchard Hill; Flanders; Beaver L; Turtle L; Hubbard Lake; Ossineke; Montmorency; Presque Isle; Alpena; Middle Id; False Presque L; Lit Thunder R; North Pr; Thunder Bay; Black River; Sturgeon Bay; Kawaunee; Frankfort; S Frankfort; Gilmore; Arcadia; Pierport; Onekama; Williamsport; Onekama Juct; Manistee; EastLake; Oak Hill; Ellen City; Empire; Crystal; Bindeleville; Platte I Inland; Aral; Kasson; Oviatt; Almira; Benzie; Benzonia; Homestead; Welson; Joyfield; Pleasanton; Saunders; Weldon; Ernd; Homestead; Werford; Clean; Sweets Bridge; Camp Douglas; Harriette; Spinghole; Sherman; Cayton; Summit City; Hannah; Mayfield; Meauwataka; Sprinjhale; Rodingen; Thorp; Hobart; Clam Lake; Bonds Mill; Bandola; Sherman; Ministee River; Empire; Kasson Obiatt; Elm Rock; Solon; Maple City; Yida;Beystone Bentners; Grand Traverse; Walton; Tire; Barker; Williamsburg; S Boardman; Lody; Amity; Ivan; Fletchero; Pioneer; Moores; Moorestown; Higgins L; Wellington; Roscommon; Pere Cheney; Crawford; Grayling; Forrest; Fredericsville; St Helen; Houghton L Pine Ridge; Missaukee; Roscommon -
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Title: Map of Michigan Township: - Range: - Keywords: Leach; Montreal; Washington Harb; Island Mine; Isle Royale; Siscowrt Bay; Saginaw Mine; Passage; Ontonagon; Fire Street; Sterling; Misery R; Elm R; Atlantic Mine; Robertsons; Houghton; Hancock; Newtons; Partage Lake; Hougton; Albany; Grober; Lake Linden; Portage Entry; Red Jacket; Allouez; Keweenaw; Clifftoon; Phoenix; Central Mine; Delaware M; Penn Mine; Copper Harbor; Capper Palle Mine; Eagle River; Clifftoon; Allouez; Opeeliee; Osceola; Ripley; Keweenaw Bay; Montreal; Hurley; Bessemer; Black Riv; Agogebic; Thomaston; Wakefield; Bessemer; Hurley; Ouluth South Shore; Marenisco; Hotel Gogebic; Groosbeck; Abitosse; Bronwood; Beaser; Iron Riv; Nonesuch; Gwanntch; Cranberry R; Potato R; Ontonaoor; Greenland; Ontonagon; Bohemian; Ontonigon; Trout Cr; St Collins; Kitchie; Rockland; Newtons; Baraga; Fews Ville Cath Mission; Sturgeon; Perch; Worm L; Palmer; Taylor Mine; Summit; Spurr; L Michigamme; Erie; Beacon Champion; Columbia Republic; Michigamue City; Skanee; Arvon; Meth Mission; Arvon; Stoneville; Lealwood; Humbold Unf; Bancroft; Bruce; Marquette; Negatinee City; Goose Lake; Cascade Junc; Harvey; Sande; Harvey; Deerton; White Fish; Glenwood; Rock R; Onota; Grand; Smith Mine junc; Little Lake; Horsyth; Helena; Contreville; Harvey; White Fish; Rock R; Onota; Grand; Contreville; Detroit; Munising P.O; Schoolcraft; School Craft; Driggs; Sewey; Grand Marais; Germfask; Two Hearted R; Luce; Dollarville; Newberry; Manistique L; Gilchristo; Marie; Halls Side; Hendrie; Soo Junction; Eckerman; Hendrie; Halls Side; Trout L; Emerson; White Fish Bay; Isle Parisenne; Rexfordo; Iroquois; Bay Mills; Pouts aux Fins; Wellsburg; Donaldson Barbeau; Pine River; Alexandero; Johnson; Ozark; Monuscong; St Marys R; Saultde St Marie; Sugar; NeebishI; Pickford; Lake St George; St Josephs; Marenisco; Gogebic; Watersmeet; State Line; Lac Vieux Desert; Tamarack Almwood; Hemlock; Iron River; Stambaugh; Palatka; Armstrong; Bois Brule Riv; Stager Brule; Masbodon; Mastodou Mine; Crystal Falls; Granite; Witbeck; Floodwood; Michigamm; Mastodou Mine; Holmes; Dickinson; Theodore; Florence; Merriman; Antoine; Iron Mt; Quinnes; Latheo; Maple Ridge; Malton; Escanaba; Ford; Beaver; Days River Brampton; Mason; Flat Rock; Escanaba; Ford River; Narenta; Bank River; Nadeau; Spalling; Alecto; Comus; Dryads; West City; Ford; Latheo; Milton; Beaver; Days River; Brampton; Masonville; Bay de Noque; White Fish; Stugeon; Pt AuBargue; Van Winkle; Manistique L; Manistique; Thompson; Wiggins Pt; Garden; Fayette; Monistique; Hunts Spurr; Minn Sault; Garden; Fayette; Monistique; Mlnn; Culliver; Hunt Spur; Minn Sault; McDonald L; Pike Lake; Orville; Kennedy; Biddle Pt; High; Allenville; Moran; St Martins Bay; Mackinae; Straits of Mackinae; Temperance; Esteau Galet; Gross Villafe; Middle Village; Lonsdale; Pleasant View; Harbor Sprs; Pellston; Ely; Leverington; Bliss; Alanson Binman; Emmer Cheboygan; Metted Lake; Duncan Cy; Mackinae; Sova; Indian Riv; Koehler; Mackinae; Rois Blane Rd; Gatesvileo; Prentis Bay; Detour; Drummon; Scammon; South Channel; Koehler; Indian Riv; Burt Lake; Cheboyfan L; Rogers City; Hammonds B; Adams P.T; False Delon Channel; Cockburn; Grand Manitoulin; Barrie; Great Ducke; Adams P. T; Grawfords Quarry; Cedar Pork; Wallace; Carbondale; Chambers; Menominee; Een Bay; Washington; N Mamtou; S Niamtou; Sleeping Bear Pt; Gloh Heaven; Pyramid Pt; North Unity; Leelanaw; Good Harbor; S Fox; Good Harbor Binafuan; Cathead Pt; Cathead; Grand Traverse Bay; Mapleton; Breswell; Atwood Mitchell; Eastport; Torch Lake; Harbor Sprs; Fetoskey; Maplewood; Wallon L; Hartens Bay; Ironon; Chartevoix; Rock Etm; Atwood; Mitchell; Eastport; Torch Lake; Snow Pike; Breswell; Old Mission Clamlake; Mapleton; Westwood; Spencer; Bellaire; Lake Shore; Cheslam; Central Lake; Echo; Inntermediate; Mt Bliss; Sourth Armo; E Jordan; Advance Sedan; BoyneRockery; Simons; Kearnay; Alba; Wetzell; Mancelona; Furnace St Wright L; Gaylord; Elmira; Logan; Berville; Vanderbilt; Spring Vale; Trowbridge; Bagley; Otsogo Lake; Bradford Lake; Klingensmith; Rondo; Diver; Burt Lake; Epsilon; Harbor Spslin; Alanson Birman; Comvay Spe; Indian Riv; Koehler; Browns Dale; Pigeon R; Vienna; Black R; Shaw Ocqueoc; Rogers City; Presque Isle; Crawfords Quarry; Presque Isle; Grand L; Posen; Long L; East Side; Bell; Crawfords Quarry; Bolton; Long Rapids; Orchard Hill; Flanders; Beaver L; Turtle L; Hubbard Lake; Ossineke; Montmorency; Presque Isle; Alpena; Middle Id; False Presque L; Lit Thunder R; North Pr; Thunder Bay; Black River; Sturgeon Bay; Kawaunee; Frankfort; S Frankfort; Gilmore; Arcadia; Pierport; Onekama; Williamsport; Onekama Juct; Manistee; EastLake; Oak Hill; Ellen City; Empire; Crystal; Bindeleville; Platte I Inland; Aral; Kasson; Oviatt; Almira; Benzie; Benzonia; Homestead; Welson; Joyfield; Pleasanton; Saunders; Weldon; Ernd; Homestead; Werford; Clean; Sweets Bridge; Camp Douglas; Harriette; Spinghole; Sherman; Cayton; Summit City; Hannah; Mayfield; Meauwataka; Sprinjhale; Rodingen; Thorp; Hobart; Clam Lake; Bonds Mill; Bandola; Sherman; Ministee River; Empire; Kasson Obiatt; Elm Rock; Solon; Maple City; Yida;Beystone Bentners; Grand Traverse; Walton; Tire; Barker; Williamsburg; S Boardman; Lody; Amity; Ivan; Fletchero; Pioneer; Moores; Moorestown; Higgins L; Wellington; Roscommon; Pere Cheney; Crawford; Grayling; Forrest; Fredericsville; St Helen; Houghton L Pine Ridge; Missaukee; Roscommon -
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W X tMe*Troy, BerrIen.....SW 500 9TlYxjth aye si *aeno,.Newaygo........W 150 -9!1aroetlus,C0se......SW 404 *Nl~eo, Berrien.....B.SW 49608tý.a Poagon 'Cass.....SW 390. Kenockee, Saintlair.B a0 Marenbwc. Gogeblo.... 3W 100 *0 eJe a. ~mnMnte N Kenslngtonj Oakland..S..E 65 * Marengo, cauioun...g 0 130 M *lypieaft~o.LApeer....3.H X Pompel, Gratlot........... C 150 0 Kent'City, Kent......W 400 MarIlla,, Manise.e NW 25 Nl~rvane, Lake...... W 200~ Pn~~ aln.E77 g4Kentmn, 10ongliton....NW )XMarine City ISt. Clir.. S yjz, Missaukee...... N X epootlapeer....n.......3 -,27 Keuvile fen~I,. NW X PaAX acoa..C 4 Noble, Branch..................Sopples lHuron... 3E 20 Ktrby, Shlawasaee,,. 4 0 qX*Hr lae.. *'r Keswloki Leelanaw.....NW ~Nolan, BosCommn. XOel.N, Houghtodi.....NW..100 X....... i oneuck~ Ontonagn....3W. X Portge, Manstdee.....NW 150 Kewadiý n, trim..n... 3...N 100 e*mrette,4Na'nll6 Ia.:.:......E Noordeloos, Ottawa.....W 200 eortage, Kalamiazoo.... SW 10 -ODKeystone Grand Trav'seNW 40 ah fne NIi~teWt or~vl~ elnw,.NW 10 Fun uo. *Kibble V'an Buren....SW. 50.*Maretln Alga. W 5 Northvilams, Hlandale... N 10 portg Cr A'o.... Martin, AleeannlaM.el 908 5N So oKtlk~ennyIonl. B tooMartiney, Mecosta......C0 X. North AutreltiusIngham.. sPorteCrescent, Huron..,.....3 50 Kilkennyy tAionp MecostCPXrter, ii.Bltnd.a, Brnch.S X.pX Killminter, Alcona. B... E artlnsvle, Wtayn, e.oSE 15 1Xorel Brwnsvlle(see asa)erav Saginaw...... C )< MhangI Uro.......E 15 Urif BlWanrek.....SE IS Yrth Bradneibldland(see.0 XPort Hope,.Huron....... 5 93 *KlmbalS thd...B *)e artym'aCons, see Erka tot * aly.Raa0oO70- 00ePr~t-Hro, St. Clair..318,14l0 SKinderhouok, MuBranch..lar....... *So &North Bran.., Lapeer.... B 6 ePotand.,Ionia,. CV734 OKindero, uron.0.......Bn* Ingham.....S*... 875 NrhBurns, Huron..,3 E X Port Oneida, Leelanaw... NW > ally 100 nviron'els.....NE X5 3orth D~rleg.ft.W 12 SIeCOtw W orlngsland, ~iton vieDeta... 3W 25..rtSDtroit, Waye...E X port Sanla~c, Sanilac....... 40Kingsley, Grand rveeNW 850 eMasoon Mine, Iron.... NE 200 0 wAZnIng 1hamt.. S 8.000PrtSemaMsgo.W 15 0*Klng's Mill, Lapeer....... E tood P *ort S~mZ ukgnW 15 *eKingston, Tusoola........... s i*Matchiwood, OntonagonNW 100 Koft~Zi~ndoN Io - en).., Prsouth, Bay....0 100 05 Kinney, Kent.............. W Matherton Ionia........0 &50 No~MVtoii9bdlan16~oq lb- Posen, Presque Isle..... N 100 *Kinneyl, Newsa W, iathawew'N; ~(.ee Richfield) X NW 10 Potter's, Saginaw...... 0 ) Kliievlle se Infield).. *btawnW*n ue.*orth Mrnl enwc 5 25, Pottersttry, seeJeddo),... X Xtnroes, Chippewa.NBrnc. 5!Nrt uskeg3M egonW 911 @Pottervllle,Eaton.......S 505 KXiutner. Tuscola.....3 *Myee, Monroe.....SBE 500 North Newb~e.0g oulen Maon.....W r'igesm akOtegoS....t.ToXSW 205 aye.__ ethot, a... W ON (DPowem,Menominee.... NX 500 *~ges Lae en~~S 0 Mayfeld, G'd Traverse.NXW 200 *fe~gnwSgnwiC *Praha, Antrim............ N X Zwa% t" uflislh)... v...... k *Xaynard's, Mecosta.:.....*ieorthfStax, Grstiot..... 0 150?ralr'e'vl1e, Barry.. V40SW 30 ne.,Asia ontesim..... 0 isMavlle Tmcola.......... E IO *North StroptSsiftCl~r..3 X Pratt Lake, Kent.......W X Koeder, Chebpoygan......I 40 Mead,.....B 20 North-Unilty, IAelaiw.; NW 180 9 Prattville, Hillsdale..... 125 *xntk, Mi558slkee.... N Jre~aville,(see Morgan).... X *NorthViU1, WALMe..*3BEL,80 5Prentiss Bay, Mack-inac..9. 1T 25 Kulbwh sgna...... 0 X feadville, (see Port Austin). X North VIUA.C.. X 0*Prescott, Ogeniaw...,.-N 15 Uw.e....n.............4w 75iMeadville, (see Dansville)..... X ODNorrelli, Jckon..5*00. j150 Prospect Lake, Vantiure~n SW- 2600 laey.........Se2 Mears. Oceans. W W NJorwalkt, (weeOnekaima)..... X)(Proveinont, Leelanaw.... NW 200 *Iab*ra Bre.... W 00Meauwatakaj Wexford... NW X bNoiway~ Dickinson-... NTW SAW Prudenville, Rtosconmmon...NX 501 *Iacoa, Va Bure.SW 00 ta, Mecosta.0.......rwood2 Charievoix.N 10`cgeor ako. LIM 744W Deserts, Iron...NE X Asedina, Lenawee. 5..:..S 225 *Nortwoo, Si15sp.. 00 Pudlaqkord.Jackson..5.. 200 L asyette, Gratiot......C 5 OA1 atJsp. W 400P1allcsn.0 '. 0 ba G~ng an.......SW 20oAelaftne'a (r., (see LAPeer). X N~ova 8cotfa, (see WIlnleld).. X -*Pulaslct, Jackson:....... S X eMloreSaginaw..0.. X Novests, Tsoa. 5PuttnsCres seIo's,Latdlawvite, lshio.se.33 X.0 796, C X ZO Okln.S 20Purchase, Hinsadale....go...S X LebhSaWWsse.X0 7 e Melvi1n, Salinac.......3E 150 *NUUIC04 ýttawfi...... W 850 aker, Lenawee..5. 8 20 *L laa...... 0~mhs Maonb..5..BE 614 *Oaatka~ea&By C uncaseCty ucla. OL1, lae., *,s oe* * 10 eYiftoSaint Joseph.". SW 7s2 Wai, Wae.......SE. 150X Quamrry HutyTnsol.... 3 x Lake, Mcot.......... Mendone lleN 500s ~v06000 S ~ar uo..... *LaU0. Newav0....o.. W.IMo nM i eaier, Memn. NW lX52 e*.ndole?rk, Kent....W X QuafVrr3j~ur, Delta...~....3w x 0 IAke Amrnn e.....3 W.4to fie..C gld Centre, Rout W.7.,*. nimby, Barry..*o*a...5W 100 Y~eBrewder, G.Trav'se NW X eeih lr......C 50Rnt W 0uny rnh.....,6 *I~ake O1~ M~ssaukee. ~ a Meriin Ingham....... 8O 200. llgso:.8 c Bac..,8 LaeloyNOos. wtwtn... 0incyMine, HoughtonNW X *Laeooa askenen., 1,073 MerrULl, aginaw..:.... **.0441, - toLAke eoMClanuran.0 40 X 51(tZZSvtlle, aintclair.... E X - *Akiey8,WDAginaw...... 0 308 60uninxesec, Dickinson..j NW 122 &Lak Geog% lare....0 6.40D0aIvllle DikMonroe. XSE 25* aisin Centre., Lenawee...5S 25 *L =.,,ue j$nto'agonNW X)0 NW -hoOskwoo&, Oakland.53X SE 200 G*Raisnville, Monroe....SE 50 Lake HarorMskegon... W en~n~OakWood Park% Wavne....S89 X *lRamsay Gogeblec,.. NW )< af Mesick, Wexford. N.... W 50 Za$w~titlkwo.W X L eao apser...... 514 Ogden 0intre, Lnae. 12.. 5 s. Ranall mnaw..:.....C0 X *lAke lAndau, HoughtonNW 241 o* ooaR XRnolA sel.:.... laaOew onia..... Sl e JafissM1&fon,BaragaN`W X oe -l m... 50 e andieIon........ N MaWPaaat sshtenawBE X.3el/er, Menominee...W....gontX, Delta.ao. o&oaavm**NW 150 Rankin, Genesese........#a*0 40 por, aQClar.. SO.Meh6,Bay....... t.s.*00 125 a*Okemos, Ingham......8 410 *00Rankin Oceana........ X X Lae.Ridge, Lewanee..- 25 10Bn'W haae Lake Side, Betflen....SW 200oMihiamine, Ma' uetteNW i11oo00 am. Gratiot........C 50 *Bon's.141Calhiaunse.S.. _X Lake~s, (ea Mukego..,. 0.e ihigan Centre, Jacksou.S 1I0O Oll'e Center, Ottwsw. W 260 nomCaou..S lakesie,(se Muskeg1n).'... X *Mlddle ton, Gratiot. C...0 X Oliver Stations Huron..ý..., X X. E 8dl...,, S ISO, Houghtji........NW x.MiddleVililage. (see Goodhmt Olivet, Eaton......... #.60.0S 7901 laiRveDl,..NW 10 X0Mdlville, Barry...............0*4DOlivet Station, E 8o s X iRapids, Menoininee.. NW -X a a'0 X~lan Mdlad.... 02,82 lny, hlwasee....... a.X jPWPHuron..... X ofefl. sin.5 10*idwaySfaqet.., NW X Omard, San2ac........3*IF2.@Ak OakSland. ai. 81 20;0 *Mkado, Abcona..... NZ 125. Omens, Leelanaw......W 200 0* (po aia i "W"kJOn.3 LainberavilleMo ree.. S 507lan, Washtenaw.....%E 904 Omer,,Arenac...........*. C 150 * tie, dSaitCir..0.. Lramont. Ottawao......W 20Ii,Oe la..... 00 25 Onaway,, Presque Isle. N 'W,2E ztRiin S#.(e aietnt i..-..,.. 8 Lamotte, Sanliso,&,L~d........B 0 if Baki.E 11,229!.9Onekama, Msnidtee.... N-W 700 Rz (e Hzlo)X Lugen~w........N x (see Sterling).........x -0Dekanw~unction,M'teeNWW x *aenMseo. 3 ý"fvt 0em6tAsi. C ooMeosa.0 40 -inodgo Xgam850 'awsouYiUe, Wayne....SBE 100.NW ~~957 *llbrooks Xioecostaý.....C X-O 400 le.. N 00Ia 't'M5OXb.E 8 am.................................................................mb.......N s Gag... C SMA15047 bughsBerrien...... W 8 VOnsted, Lenawee.......... S.150Chrei). " LAClG Igara.... " ',0 X reek, Kent......W. 56 Ontario, Lenawee. 15Ra nol (see6Reynolds) *Lp~Laaý!,p -fsgsCaer...3.2 0,MilerMontcahn.....0C X Ontonagou,Onit'gon. NW.2,4070 ore..... 15 *Laee Uepr i..... X2t152' ak~il Leln;;..3W X 10Opechee. Houghton....NW 1,700 o338411323,Hillsdale...... 1,,07 rAh t.SB e Rcfrd. X Ifiter Se ~wi'( wrt r)X Orangeville'Mlls, Bry.SW N R ondiNmmet..... N X 40ltrjDet......NW 15D0 Millersv5ille, Wdif01d...NXW 50 oray, Sanilac........WE X. OCr~s`POtnsAt. Char..,..- B X,jA~i SAUM s #o oe a 9a. E. X 4 BlltoEon.........S 100 *Orchsrd Lake, Oakland..SE 10Rded a.......3W 2 I AwndslsS Vw.C 0*900 *M.111Grove, Allesn,.....SW. 2100 eOregon., Lapser..oo aa*&..3.751Redford,05., n - SW 2W O ýwoan v"... W 89 mrtn uel.B o - 459 SOrlon, Oa~kland..E........yaSEE 2ouhon.Nw400 A Uml.4..Mll,.. Be, X 165 0 Orleanse,Ionia.. ý......... C 200 1edtitogtn.W-44,ue LeAlea...... SW gigJHills, Houghton... Nwe*x X 4DO~rono, Osceola..0.....C 150 RdmnHuron......... X 9 tebugha~nto... h.....SW so 9........NE X, Ortonville, Oakland.....SE 83'Rd ~gOscoda..... IdE X Corniesbrg, Midand~op.CSW soXWOUele.(see Lpe) -X 'Orville, IMackinac. N 6 X 100 Red Run Car's, (see Cady)..., X;keesviler, MWayne.....C soeil uy.........e GoSW 45 a*Osceola, Houghton.-NW 1,413 kRadruth, B4=arag0.N0a*W em X *Leesville, KW ksayn......B' 0 "9Q M0..........00 0 X * Osceola eJunctln, W'i'dNW X.8"4 PeWryn)............X Leeslto, Kanlkas.......... X ton M10mb SB 300 OJoaHllHuho. NW Se City, C - 2,9.C 7 *Leants ac h............3B X0Minard, Jackonb........S BE Okar, oug filhtougti.n.W 5Tu6. lR,.B 4 *Letn -'%' MnisXe.3W 5 *Mndtetan. ty, cft.3,9M*se,%An Tladale..52fim500 N(it AwnCiygo. W X wtnw......53E _ 0Motrose Genese........80 0 Oxford, Oakland. SE.. I 103S.1Rivr Ben, Clinon.;..... 0 A [Ameieisland,Chl pewa.... N X Mon, esipn...2..a.W 100 *Pain*sSaginaw...... 150 GRiverAaen, GCalnton..... C W *Lfne idngs8ihoun...S X OW~~ak, SaintJosephSW 90 *Palnee, Iron.......... YE X 0 RIVer ale~,WGasteot.CBE 097 Slacoln, Mason........... W 125 Xp"4(6 ok)... X Paint Creek, (see Newcomib). X Rlver 1taise, Wayhtna....E 91 0,nc1ALai9TKent.....W Moore% Junction, -Arenae...C x *Faint River, Iron..,NE3 2 rllougme, ( Wayprnge.ls... 51 X aiUnden, Genesee..oo0 a.0eA2i-f Clarea....C X Palme~r, (see Orleans)..........:i a 1ARiverside, (Berre rng SWl 20. *l~nwoodBay...........C 10 r011awsto nukee...11X a Palmer, Marquette....NW 630 'ieMoAason. W X X 19inwood N i ton.Naom *Palnu Makiac N X.W 2od, *ooghon.......NW800 4*Palm 9tation, Sanilac...... D, so t'd, erin.W X *Litehflsld, Hilldale.....S8 642 *brn Lenawes.~cc~ S 1,319 *Palmyra, Lenawee. S.Juntio, ackon.25015 Mow sL"ls OtuaonW k Y. X Palo, Ionia............... C 800Roberts' LandingSaint Chair E 90 6-UttleZolk~sOntonto*PW Xova, Iron.Ne60 X )( binsOnfonagoai......rW X L~ttleflel3AEmmet.,a a *.SW. - Pangburn'e CoreNewaygoW oOtaa.X5 T~teHror, SehoolcraftNW 30reM acoats.... Te aoa rn......N. X Rbn n taa......W 10 * Little Lake, Marquette. NW 150 or, Msonroe.........SB 1;Prdee seKngly... X Oltocheter, OUn~jaklatnd. B E Xi little Prairie Ronde, Cama.SW 2W0 *o( Sdaase. 22 *~rs ecosta........... 0 500 octblta0e..0trTn. OIrl..aýNW SE LittleRiverMenomiee.NW 0 V (sBrId~mm) X Farkvllle, St Joseph....SW 225 RokDet....'W 8 ~tltle River, eno (seeH'brXrsW.40 ke S R *ocmakJckon 5 m Charlevoix...... N I-lwý an................... ~...5 10 - -*Parmelee, Barry......SW 58 Y ktrm.,..:.3 Ptzrs atlfrg (see Oalsy!. X BoordFllsKernt.:E::.. X.otWyn........SBE 56 am! ýPairnell, Kent..........,00W X isRockfall Huront.: 3W 7x LockportSaint Joseph.... SW 0 Parslobllyflie, AVlngs60on.... S 2C* 0 Rlocklanve,OtoAlgen.... NW 120 Lockwoo, Kent W X200 otnt SA-lem, Saint 0151i-.. E X,1Parsons'fVorners, (see*on Rve, lgr.,.NW 12 LokcwA, Kentka......N 200 Mut eioMacomb... BE 1651 Fartello, Calhoun...........81100 @o wOOu4,WSS us.....SE 430 dio'anKaent........... N 1oa. E X Pa0a0 a urn) I46Rodington, Wexford...NW X U4.014n Monroe......SBE 15 **X4i Laketfunc., AlconaNE X Paynesville, Outanagon.. NW iooLake Alcona..3...NE X 4onirLake, Grand TraverseN W X louirIna.............. C 411 Peach Belt, A~gan.....SW ISO.......................C 1998 of.ong Lake,, oscos...NWE X 6Mullet ake, Cheboygan.. N 100 *Pearl, Allegan..*....SW 10 *RogersvCile,PrGqenesleeN..5.C 10 Long Rapt" 6 eMulliken, Eaton........ 200 Pearlhine, Ottawa. W X aolloevinLl enesee...... 100. S *Uots fbtevea... *E 00 anyGenesees........ e.C 48 Peck, Sanflac..................... n Eenawee. 650 *tons sbR.6009Gs*..C w500 MngrB...........C 90D sPelston. Emmet......3 R 50s:Rollo uscola....3 6 @Iordnw, Kent,....a aaW X 0Muiing r....N-W!50-o.....WCa 2w5 BE..S 100 QlLowell, Kant.........cW 11829 itJc'ron.::. 00owene.. V x iniso, Mayoneb....:SE 1,62 0 UdigtnMason..a*.aW 8244 Murphn, Leaweea.........Pennoeks Clara......C.-. X 0Roaulu, CeWyayne....X 1500 Lulu, Monroe,......530 Barag.a00.008 8 w X. Powbacot, Mnakegon...-..W X 01l, Cheboygan.N... 150.X S~u. aper......... E MurraySnic.. 20 22Z Pentemeat, Lenawes.....Isb- 18 a ooneyU, ntrml..'NW X].B X e MuS~egon Muskegon.W 7991, ppent Water, Cwena. W.-.enr.ns. a.3 07iaro. ewaygo.......W I - 'A aBotJcsn........:........................................... *Luthdr,l Uka......6*60 It.,W nan egs MseoW Lp~m 419, Baag.............Rootvllle, Antrim.....NX X N 0 *ifuskegon Junction~lentW X.P.....roughon NW OY o Naes0ods........NE 501 0ONadeau, Menominee.... NW ~20D -orera hey, Crawuord= 0.3commoaRoseom'nN 511 l1*ona, louS................*0 91 Nams, Delta...........XW 200 *Perkins5 Delta.....................rghSan.ac. 50, @LyWayne.SE X 0*Perrin" haint JoSeph....5W1015.............Wayne......SE 150 Parrinsvltle, Wayne. S......ReeEttsIsabella. 0...C 100 0 Mc~ridnes uee.....189- r59 Naomi,,Berrien......SW X a*Perrlngtons Gr~tiot....C0 $9 Iseae4Cmppewat......N X 6 XinarOsd. 0 - 0s- Naplelon, Jackson........ 8 &Uawasas.osevil0l5e, Macomb.....SE 500 09eok,,c,,,,M *Harenta, Delta.....NW, X *Petwoe, Lake............ W X R681na, Ionias.............0C.8tUnion). X *Nsshville, Barry.....SW' 1,2.3 2 Peters St. Clair......B X losKn..........W 4 Xc~n, Ne )60 o~aon'8Newago......W h 41 0Rotbury Oceans.....W 60...,.*. *Yssous ewago...W X *Petersbur h,_ Monroe....SE 41Rougeflie, Wayne..:..... BE X 4 OOIX04 X atipa:Rie, arqett N 90 m~tosey. Emet..... N 31649 *lRounLae isue.X X e....NCO 09,66X 50 N anblnway, Mackinac....N 5785 Zepettysrille, Livingston.... 8 1"5 LkMsake 3 > eorayAla.m r'Otw..3 X *a5na 'tMciaN-X Powabie., Houghton...... NW X Ilowln Iabellat......... 850 ~~7 to X Navan - Geneses.....*.- C X OaamClui.. 401 oxn 0 0 ~x Roy. Alcona........ NE X. 5 Neal, Grand Trave~rs~e....NJ*W1-X Pjtelptown, t(see Webbervlille *Royal Oa,BOakland..'W "210 O~ekna 54',ChbygnN 44 Xeeblsh Chippewa.......X 100.* s Sgn ak aln.BE o Ma~abMacob............Nedmnere, (seesRoxana)........ X Phoenix, Keweenaw.N' 4--1W 19000 Boyce, Oseoda.......... NE X Macom osS 1too0 Negaunee, Marquette.. NW,%5940 g*Pickandsjtune,11uske'IlW XRuby S aintClair... 500 MR04Lnwee.o4a... a&.....s 2o0 Nelson. Saginaw.......... C 100 Pickford, Chippewa.....NX 10a Uard, Chi-ppe*w*a.....N X Xa~sLivingston..... 8 i15 0 OWNaw INewaygo....W 1,550 ~rim oes, siea Gangw)......X- e5uralpe......y AqpsDelta. 3 W X New BW more, Macomib..53B 992 Pierport,................*Rushton Livinsern.....S X -0MinclnoAnterim.........X 1123D Yew Baftinore, (see NewuHaven) x *iesoMontealan...*..,C 210 Russtenlivigstn. X 4MacetrWashtenaw. BE.-1,191 bNewbsrr,Luce...'.-.N '1,115 "pkerstanv., (see Coluinblavill)X*155 [sbf.C X.Sf5l55eecWahnS < Newberry,.....e.......S.RBE X *pftaHuron........B 108 ( Mcsee Chase).. 2X *ixaniutae, M~nste6.~qbW 13j,4" StoeBo ston, ( aiin).. Xest -live) 0RtHrn.......E 250.Mattlt~eeJunction, Mason..W X *0New Bosto, Wyn..~... B E 2N8 LkeRutan, (see........3a15 *ifaniftfeteaOrosa.,MansteeNW X * New Buffalo, Berrien...5W 136PSs~sWe $jar,.E Rutlrsond, Muegonuk...W X *M1alntstiqueSchoolctW P2.on e 1*lew Era ýcena W 100 *to**&.,..S *yrsn ewyo.*Manitoni Beach, Lenawee. a 25 t-Tew Groningen, Ottawa... W 100'64&ymn eag....; X.VKanli6t, (see Richmond).... -X,*tw 0" D S. W X - 8iia hayDay......U.......:.... X 125 6 antn. Wexford. XW 9099 0ONew Havge'n, aoi....3 66 *ttO mw....&N 25-Dla N Maples lonifi.6*6'.69.'Q....49...- o X New Haven Centre, Gratiot. C 50 Ppaoe errien...'..SW 40 "SagRivr, MaseWon.W, a X 'Maple CQty,, Lesanaw..,..3w 100 Naw Holland, Ottawasea.W 150 Plpeesone Sta., (see Hartnmani Xpea. MA!e1114wntcalm... C loo1cNaw Hndson Oakrland..S E 850 OPIttasfeld, Washentaw... BE ~25 OSageilue......Nx M8ple Rapi~ds. Oliton. C 1, X 54# i'-Tew Liothrop, hhlWassee...0c 500 &Pittsf6-rd, Hilledale......8 400 Sgevll.Shiawassee....0 X -0*Ragtnato BUay J.,SaginswO 6 Saginaw, E. Side, SagInawo -*Saginaw June., Ssinaaw..0 X *Saglnaw,W. Side,Sag'awo C 44,67 tis agola. Dickinson. N.. fW 40D Sailon's Encaenpment Islandt, (see'gault de Ste. Marie). X~) O088jnt Charles, Seginew...0-'ZI *S&1ntClar4 Saint. lair.... -E.7 Saint Clalr Sprlngs,S% 't. ClirEB X *OSalnt.o6lthie, Onton'g'nN-W X Saint Elmno, Midland...-..C X SanintRelent Roscommon.. N 1,00 SaintrHelena, Mackinse....3. * SaintlgnaeeMskinseN 24069 Saint "Jmes, Manlto:. NW 40 * Saint JohnsClinton,..0 344 *Saint-Toaeph,. Berrien.. SW 4.519 *St.-Lawrence,MaraquetteNW - X *Salnt Louis, Gratiot.....0 -ý s;t- Mary'le (see Emmet)..... X.4D Saem 7*ashenaw.......B 200 Sftina, isee Saginaw, E. Side i Qftftne, Weabtenaw.....3 4 Salt.8ver., (seQ Shepherd).,... X * Salzburgh, Bay,,. 009 0 X 08amarla, Monroe.....SBE 1oo Sammons' Eanding, QeesnW 130 * SandBeach, Huron....3 *OSand Creek, Lenawee.S Sanders, M6DS~O. NW Sand Hill, Wa a. *Band lAke, goo tW *S&md Lake, Lenswee. S )(8 *San~d Rive~r, Alger,.N W X eftldnhMarquatte. XW 2 0OSandstn% ackn..... 180to Sandusky,(sees asitacoentrea X Sandy, Montcaim.......*q SALTZ IE teSAINT M:ARI:EZ,, Ebpjewa.,..;X 0 Saunders. Iron. NE....xI 0*Sawyer, Be re. W 100 scammon, Cipew,... FAN s Schaffer, Delta. NW..)X SckoeffentelDock, (55e1W;nton) X 0 Schoolcraft, Kalamat 9.&W 5on 0 Scio,Washtenaw. V R 0V 20*6, Becplo, Hilisdal......5box X 4-icaileld, 1Monroe... SB 55E. -oiu Knas,~Isa........(1M- 2M &bstzopol, (see W. Windsor).. Sebewa, louta....... 000ae... 4 &C-, a*Seb~watug, Hurono.30 *V0aVVI 0-Seney, Schoolcraft...' -_NW 200 Sethton, (Iratiot..........C G 20 -Sewt Croix,, Schooleraft.. NW X Seven fMle ffs1, losco.... NE X geymourlaks, Oakland... SE 200 Shabbona, Sanilac........R 100. @Sithfteburg.'Sbiawasee..... C.154, a Sheffield, et.. W 200 QPBtelby, Macomý...... BE X 6 Shelby, Oceans.......W 994 @Shelbyville, Alisgait...SW.250 Sheldon, (see Canton)...,......X 4DShepardsville, Clnton....C.200 8 Shepherd, Isabella..... C 85s 6.8heridan, Montealm..... 4 27 Sherman, Wexford.... NW.32 Sherman City, Isabella....C 200 *kllaerna~n's.ifltlGrand Traverse,.........NW X -Sherman Station, (see Bravo) X 49Sherwood, Branch.........19.447. Siletlafid, L.eelanaw.N.ao. W 'It Slttewaaset, Shiawassee. C.0 100. 0 Shiloh,, Ionia..........:.C 100 Sickele, Gratiot...........C0 25% Siddons, Mason.....W X O8idnaw, Houghtont...NW X Sidney, Monteahu..... iC.150 *'stemana, Gogeble....NW X Sigelt Huron..............3 E 10 Siloam, losco.. '*,'-.....NE X 0OSilver Creek, Allegan... SW 175 6Simons, Antri..h... N 50 SlscA0os Cor8., (see JBrockway-,-.150 * SkneBr ga.'. NW,50.Souls, Htdron..............3E 75 South Allen,'Hilledae...:.S 150 South Arna,ý Charlevoix. N X 200 *soutseJA oit,Bay.0 x a SonthiBoardmtan, als.NX 850 South Butler, Branch...... 25 South Camden, Hiisfiae.,... S 10 South Cam, Ionae,.. 4.. C.100 'South Oln (slee Climax).. X South Fel eel -'Lenawee....25 Suthield,Oakln.Soo. ~ 0 Soutk -For slan Cse~.A te) x (aSouth Frankfort.BensleNW ~891 South Haven, Van Baren..SW 2,4 South Jack:,wn, Jackson.. a *z~outh1A~ce1indsn.,Ho'tonNW 21000 *OSout/LeLa~nsrInggham.,. 8S'- x @South Lyon, Oakland..*-.BSE 17 a*sonthManistluescoh'ctNW - =-58 South Manitoý Afaitou'..3W -128 South.MltnAtrim,,, *, N X.,X South Montrey, Allegan. SW X South ' iley., Clinton........ 250 090uthRockwoodMonroeSE 200 ODSouth Saginaw, Sagtaaw;.0.XO*Soutsh Shore ec.,ChipPewaN -X Soya, Cheboygan....,....,...N x.*Spalding Menominee.. NW 425 *Spaifta, &nt.......W 98 Speaker, tll MO... 0 Spencer Ordek, Anri~m....N 100 8 noef ar' lllKant.W 120 ul~e ton.. 8 150 Spinks Corners, Berren:..SW -100 Siloonstlle, Ottawa...... W x 0SrnAror, Jackson.-...S 200 8tnBroGratlot....-.C 25 ain#CreekOcean.....W x 4prlNgdal xod.. W 450.9Prbnti Grove, Andp....,SW 100 MS~~rr j W~ charlavoftxN x sprfag Part, aKeD S 750 3sprinagrille, Lenawee...... 126, Sprtgwells, (see ]Detroit)..... - X Spurr Mountkil Baraga.. N W 150 qStaata Apur Mackb=.. N x.Stqcso, Grand i)raverse... NW x *Stiver, Iron.......... NE x Stalwart, Chippewa::.........N 150 OStandish Arenac..... C 948 OStanley~'t...eer..;...E x *Stanton olai....C- 1,85= e*Stanton 4sndtion, lonis.*.0 X 0OStanwood. Mecoats.......0 205 OStelifer, Monroe;..... SE 20 stleat, Osratiot..0V460.aS.C 655 Stephens, Lapser..... 64 ',15 *litephenson, MenomineeNW 456 @Sterling, Arenac.'L.....C 200 Stetson, Oceans....... W x *oStevensburgh, Chippewa. N 400 * Stevensville, Berrien.... W 203 Stiles, Newaygo.......... W X stinison, IMecoft...... C x *Stirmon.tunction,MecostaC -X Stirlin~vl~le, Chippewa.... N x Stittsville,......ee....... N 20 atStockhzrdge. Ingham.....8 637 Stoni' Creek, Washtenaw.. BE 50 *Sttrny Island Way-ne... BE3 X e*Warren,-Macomb..... 0 Stony Point,.ýiekson....S8 &n0 Wmspl, Saint Josep~h. Stoer, Antrim........ 80..X o Washington, (see B.Was 0*Straqaburgh, Monroe..:.SIC 5o Washingtoa, Macomb Skicekland,, Isabella. C.... 125 *Waterford Oakland.., 08tronach, Manistee....NW 5W Watwor *ne.... Strongville, Chippewa....N X Waterloo, ackson.... Stump, (see WhilteRiver).... X *Wateri4 Otsego.*","",@Sturgeo~n, Baraga....h14W x OWaterartiee, Gogebic. *Sturgeon River, Delta.3W X * Water Street ere Bay. *Sturgis, Saint Joseph... SW 2$"3.Watettown, E;;;&;~i. -.-. 'Sugar Grove, Mason.....W X *-Watervliet, Berrlaii...,80gr rland, Chippewa..... N 4w latkitt,- Wsshtenaw... - 8uliap, ukeon... W - X *Watrousvline, Tsoa Summerlleld, Clare..... C X 0 Watson, gn Summerton, Gratiot......0 150. *Waucedah, Dicisn Sumnmervills, Caass.. 8 W -160 -Waverlyl, Vanluren.. 0 summitiCity, Gr. Yr~a'v*eNW *275 -OWayland, Allegan.Sunamlftelle, Lke. W 80 On*eWayne. Sumner, Gratiot........C 550 @ 0WaYne J,-**iN, W0 Sumter, (see New Boston).. X 8 Webber",&, louts....... Sun, Newaygo.....W X 9Webberville, Ingliamc, O~uflld Eto. S 100 -'9Wel;1on Creek, Mesona. *SunnyeldeWayne....SW9 X eW&,3th7y01tyrjBa 5upsrlor, Chippewa..... N 500 708t PerlftilSt Of. C.s'ull(7'8 Osceola......C X *~West Brarsbhj, Oge". 0 Sutton, Lenawee:.~....... S X West Campbell, louis... Sutton's Bay. Leelanaw...NW 255 *WestCarliaia, Kent... Swartz Creek, Genesee........ U 00U West Casco, Allpeg*a4p. *Swodetown, Houghton.. NW X 40WestnHarrnavie,Aleon *5weet'a, Muskegon.,6,w X WWstHaven, Shiawasase Sylvan, Washtenaw.,.SE.80 Vsethh1p,Mql Eylveister Mecosta. C G 125% West Laeoy oI. T.0otVeomnee *N"W' >X OWeet Mfibrook, Macoos S Tqft,.............. NE Talimadge Ottawa.....W 75- ADteslminstel.GOttawa. Tallman, Isfasn.:.......W 200 'Ws0fvý taw..,' Tamharack, Houghton..3W' X 6Wtsn, enswes.... Tanaarackiline,HoughtonNW, 768 Wen050W0550 t385Owo ' 9 OTanner, Manistee....N3W X Weptihal1&, Cliton. Tatry, Huron.,.........,r.....F in Shoolersi O~aiasC~t, lses.. r 1X59 West Sebewa, Ionia. 0 Tibaylor ty,,arag..... NW X n West Sumta~r. Warns... eTaylor Cenre, ayn. S 1..N 50X Westville, Montcaim.. Tayloretre, Seynew.CBE10 ~W~t Wt5ol, (see Abnc T ounieth, naee S,0 West Windsor Eaton. OTekonaka, Calhoun.....S 5%). oWestwood, kalkeska, Texas, Kalamazoo......SW- 125 do Wetzesl Antrimi.... 0 Thayer, Gogebic..... X Wexford, Wexford.... Thayer, Oakland.......SE. X -GWeatiield, Calhoun... 21A ord Centre seeB.TaItfod) X Wheatland, Hillsdale. -...' 0 2' n, Van aBren.... S5W X Whea~tland, Waxford..04 *Tho Oaland.SE 205 WheatlandCentre, (seelF 4pTho &%Oalnd.....l... SIW 2W Wheeler, -Gratiot.. 0 Tltotpeo%, Ogemaw... N x Wleelerton, Jackson., Thompson, Schoolcraft... W t823 leGr. Traverse. Tltonpsn'~~ors, ss~lrcangh)x AtbezkMarquette. vTlanupsonvile, snrzie.XW 667 White, Hillsdale..... 0 2'horf&A he, Barry....SW x 0*Whitei Cloud lNswaygo Thorntonffit Chlar. 0.3 E U0oOWhite Dale, Achooicraf Thornvillei:Lapser...... 8600 White FeathIer, Bay... Thorp, -Wexford......NW X White Fi5A, Delta.... Tkree Lakea'- Baraga....NW X Whitefish Point, Chlppevi *Three..alOak, Berrien'...,-;SW 085 oWbtteford Musent gon.. *Three Rivem SiL JosepiiSW 8,181 *WthalMukgn Thumb lake, i, arlevoix... X - 0 White Lake, (see Whiteh TkutVman, Eaton......... 100 -White Lake, Oakland.... mbfqNews go.00aA0 W White Lake Cen., (see Ox Tiesot's ~ el l1T)., X White Oak, Iughamn.. Tlgrels$)c(eanm.........W X *WhiitePigeýon, St. Jos. O..tonr, Lenawe.......a*5.0ý White Rock, Huron... rss~tas4 awasees.....Jay. 8 0 0White's Kilne, Allegai Titfdbawaasees a,(seea ay ue) X Whitesburg, Genetiee.... Tompkl Je Sackson6e s 100 X WhAts Stone Point, Aren Tonkin, C..e............... X WhiteveIswanbenta.-... Tongias Wayne....,..SE X Whitev'ls t,. Isab~ela. a,Chaboygan,.N X 45 WitsSa.(shet Toq SW X eeWhiting, Arense..... oq V8Burea. SW X Whiting, Laps er... Torch ke, Antrlm.....N 100 *Whitmiors Lake, Wash e TorchLawec.,Houghton.MW X 4D Whitmoe Lake.S& OTriivarse 01t7,G'dT'eNW 63058 Livingston........ 0 flb'alit, Kal9maaoo.....SW X Whittmanvitte, (see La Gr Th"R om; (see odvills X Whitnety, Arenac..... 2vwt a rag X 0Whitney, Menominse. oTreut, Muskegon.. 150 Whitneyvillls, nt 0 TrentonWayne.....53E D89 0Whittaker, Washtena,% TrO0aMnd.. 0'".., t.2j -0o Witittemore, losco.... Sat (otSwyer)...' X 'Wickwarc, Sanilac. ý. atffOrlev`1. N ~X WillerdBay....... 1,Motehn..C 50 Will-lama, (see Skinner) ' Oss.~.SW X.owilliamns, KaX maOO, ft~fjJackson. *..;...8 1150.1Wllijamsaburgb,G. Trays *g'TWO,- l.., M. W X *Wllllamston. Ingham..0 ] 3A te.~..... S3W - 150,1Williamsville, Owe.... evurner rans....W -X eWillia., Weshtetitw.. TamrtleALakeW, Beexia*404.0 X Willow Island, (wee Sal Tatilz &;I ---- W %Z ER Skide)............. Uptn Works, St. Clair..... ia 165. * ov na hb~ Urani, Washtenaw... SE-9 X,,*0Wood, Lenawee.. Urban, -Santlac......., x * wood e, Lenawsi 9.Urbanrest.' Oakl1and.S.E X.-Wcodburn, ean... OUticaMacomib........ B 5563 Woodbury, Eaton.... Utica.Plank, (see Fraser) " -.. X, #Wcod LAke,'Montealav 0OValley Centre, Saniltic... E3 200 9 Woodland,C.Barry... 0 V~andafiaf- Casse......SW:42231 OWoodmer6, Wayne... Van Decer, Iaela C.200.OosisCrnrf oi ~VndrilOte~. 50I * Wodide,"T Houghto)n 19Vassar, TuSCola.:. E 1,682 *Woodstock, Le1;nswee, flex'q lcna N X e*Woodv1Uflt.N1ewa~ygo. l iets, Saginaw.....C x p Wooster UilkCNewayl Velzy, Kent.,., W -X oWorden, Washtenaw.. Vsimle. Shliawassee...... C 88 *Worth, Arenac. t Venitura, Ottawa.......W 200 Worth, (see Tuscola).', r~riaarage.-...NW X Wih'Brdge, Midlarj~ 0*Vermontvtie, Baton.....8 098 '&L e;,Otsego.. Verne, C Xginaw.........CnX. *Vernon Shiawassee,...... C,,4466 *Wyman, Monteatli.., Verona Mlls, Huron.....B 15 * Yale, Saint Clair.... *-Vestaburgh, Montcalrn...'C 5N0 Yankee Sring, Barry.., OVickeryvillls, Montcalm.. 75 Yargevills, Monros.., 0*Vlckabui~gh, KAlA8MazoSW 1. 573 e *ya~q, Macomib... Victor, Clinton.............C 15N Yate, antes.. Victorsville, Lenawee........ X Yew, Wayne.... Victory, Mason........... W 130 york, Washtenaw. Vienna, (see MeAde). '. ýx *Yorkville, KalamazoO. 0 Vienna, Monroe.... SE X * Ypaflantý Wsshtenaw, Vienna Montgomery.....N 529 -Y~uba, Grand Traverse.. Vogle Centre, Missaukee... N 80() eZeelancl, Ottawa.'.,...., Violnia, Cass............ SW - 100 Z lerburg, seRadfo Volinia Sta., (see Wakelee).. X ellwaukee, taginaw.. 'Volney, Newaygo....... W 10 0 Zion, Saint Chair. Yoqaburg (see XMliGr.)........X ~utpheA, t VrfesisalL Ott~awa..... W 200 - aa 0 Yrtealand 550g., Ottawva.. W '40 =a, 0MUE. m 0 Vulcan-) Dicktinson.. W 1,"01,M 0 WabasleJunce"On, W'e..53 x 0 Watilak, Marquette.... NW Wacousfta, Clinton......C 300 OWadham's,'Saint Clair....3E is 0OWadsworthe, Huron...B. 95 0 Wahlamega, Tuseola..3..E 125 Walsks,(eefault deSte. Marie) )( Warifter, Monroe.....SBE x OWakefleld, Gogebic.... NW am5 S.Wakelee, Cass......SW 900 - Wskeslsma, (see Fulton)... y Waldenburgh Macomb.h.. 5 200 *Waldron, Rlilledgae....... 85W 0OWalss, St. Clair...... E - 160 Walkerville, Oceans..... W x Walktey, Benie......NW >x 0 Wella~ce, Xenominee... N W 500 Wallaceville Wayne....SBE 50 *WaUled U6~r, Oakland...SBE 400 Wail Charlevoix,..m.*N x Walunnt,O alad.S.... E x 0 Walton, G'd Traverse.. NW 200 owtalt, Watyne,. SBE 150 *_Warner, Mnre. E x EXPLAN.ATION -To I-_NDEFX Cou-rty-Seats ktfi11face.type~ AhnewoivOrdcemPosL 0Office. X L e Ss tliijul 0 0populationL. 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Title: United States Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: Cape Flattery; New Dutgeness; Pt Madison; Olympia; Claquato; Kalama; Astoria; Vancouver; Fortland; St Joseph; Newport; Salem; Albany; Willame River; Cowlitz; New Westminster; Whatcom; Birdsview; Lake Chelan; Seattle; Snoborish; Chelan; Washington Mountain; Yakima; Cascades; The Dalles; Kingsley; Umatilla; Pendleton; Pasco; Columbia; Great Plateau; Pelouse Jc; Pendleton; Ft Shepherd; Fort Colville; Ft Okinaksne; Spokane Falls; Sitzville; LaGrande; Waston; Walla Walla; Lewiston; Mount Idaho; Pierce City; Missoula; Cabinet; Cocolalla; Flathead Lake; Lodge City; Radersburg; Silver Cow; Helena; Burre City; Fort Maginnis; Fort Benton; Fort Maginnis; Fort Assinaboine; Saskatchaivan; Helena; Centreville; Fort Belknap; Milk River; Musselshell City; Missouri; Fort Peck; Fort Stewart; Ft Buford; Fort Berthold; Scully Spr; Calling River; Regina Canadian; Souris or Mouse; North Dakota; Snake River; Penibina River; Devils Lake; Grand Harbor; Fort Stephenson; Painted Woods; Fort Berthold; Manitoba; The Woods; Portage la Prarie; Lake Winnipeg; Lake Manitoba; Assinitaine River; Fort Alexander; Crooketon; Red Lake; Fort Rotten; Vermillion Lake; Lake Pascal; Rainy Lake; Fort Williams Rivber; Sturgeon Lake; Lac Seul; Long Lake; Fort Williams River; Red Rock Lake; Lake Nipigon; Long Lake; Eagle River; Hougton; Apostle Island; Manitol Isl; Caribou Island; New Brunswick House; Moose River; South Branch; Moose Fort; Wotchish Mountains; Abbitti Lake; LAke Tent Scamingue; Lake Tamagamingue; Portlock; Caribou Island; Lake Tamagmingue; Ottawa; Maftawa; Lake Tenscamingue; Abbitti Lake; Hurricane River; Fort Williams; Greenfield; Berthier; Three Rivers; River St Tlaurin; Lake St John; St Paul's Bay; Point au Bouleau; Mille Vaches; Point au Bouleau; Riviere du Loup; Rimouski; St Lawrence; Montmagny; Artabaska; Sherbrooke; Waterloo; Montreal; Moosehead Lake; Solon; Riviere du Loup; Rimouski; St Octave; Dalibaire; New Carlisle; Chaleur Bay; Edmundston; Bathurst; Grand Falls; New Brunswick; Woodstock Jc; Debec; McAdams Jc; Princeton; Bangor; Bucksport; Dexter; Houlton; Ft Fairfield; Edmundston; Chaleur Bay; New Carlislie; Oregon; Bridge Creek; Empire City; Oakland; Rouseburgh; Silver Lake; Ramsey Spring; Prineville; Baker City; Canyon City; Albert Lake; Ft Klamath; Roseburgh; Ellensburgh; Empire City; Crescent City; Eureka; Weaverville; Cape Mendocino; Willow Yuba City; Red Blut; Redding; Susanville; Black Rock; Desert; Winnemueca; Unionville; Austin Jc; Stone; Camp McGarry; Lakeview; Ft C.F SMith; Jordah Valley; Dorris Bridge; Linkville Lakes; Klamath; Ft Klamath;Omaghee River; Jordah Valley; Salmon City; Washington; Weiser; Idaho City; Boise; Snake; Silver City; Salmon Falls; City of Rocks; Elevated Plateau; Natchez; Tecoma; Elko; Palisade; Salt Lake; Corinne; Brigham City; Fort Hall; Bellvue; Rocky Bay; Baise City; Washington; Bannack City; Melrose; Silver Pow; Butre City; Centreville; Bozeman; Virginia City; Livingston; Wellowstone; Yellowstone Lake; National Park; Pescadero; Fort Hall; Franklin; Bear Lake; Corinne Brigham City; Granger; Kelton; Tecoma; Natchez; Elevated Plateau; Elko; Point of Rocks; Bozeman; Musselshell; Livingston; Park City; Bingham; Tongue River; Fort Sarpy; Fort Tullock; Fort Custer; Bingham; Big Horn; Soda Lake; Rawlins; Green River City; Point of Rocks; Rawlins; Millersburgh; Autota River; Curtis Wells; Powder River; Belle Fourth; Buffalo; Trabing; Powder River; Glendive; Cannonball; Scully; Bismark; Ft A Lincoln; Grand River; Bad Lands; White River; Fort Sully; Fort Bennett; South Dakota; Ft Pierre; Pierre; Rascoe; Fort Wadsworth; Huron; Woonsocket; Chamberlain; Mitchell; Scotland; Yankton; Keya Paha; Valentine; Chadton; Bassett; O'Neil City; North Fork Lake; Middle Fork Lake; Ponca Covington; Mitchell; Yankton; Keya Paha; Niobrara River; Basset; Cannonball; Fort rice; Gayton; Ft Ransom; Worthington; La Moure; Moorhead; Glyndon; Wadena; Brainerd; Morris; Yellow Medicine; Glencoe; Redwood Jc; Winnebago; Worthington; Wells; Algena; Fort Dodge; Le Mars; Sioux City; Wadena; Dakota; Ackley; Cedar Falls; Charles City; Austin; Tamsey; Algona; Worthington Wells; St Peterl Owatonna Winona; Farmington; Str Patt; Minneapolis; Melrose; Little Falls Sauk Rapids; Brainerd; Wadena; Lake Pasca; Dulith; Thompson; Apostle Island; Bayfield; Superior; Ashland; Worcester; North Richmond; Mississippi; Tomah; Merrilan; Winneconne; Medasba; Monico; Malcoln; Menominee; Oconto; Escanaba; Negaunee Marquette; Sand River; L'Anse; ONtonagon; Pentwater; Manitowee Ludington; Traverse City; Pentwater; Kenosha; South Haven; Grand Haven; Grand Rapids; Pentwater; Ludington; Two Rivers; Traverse City; Escanaba; St James; Sand River; Marquette; Sault de St Marie; Porlock Harbor; North Passage; Grand Manitoulin Island; Cheooygan; Alpena; Gaylord; Harrisville; Tawas City; Alger; West Bay; Stanton; Owoaso; Plymouth; Homer; Jackson; Adrian; Manchester; Amberburch; St Clair; Port Flaror; Kincarline; Owen Soundl Grand Manioulin Island; Mackinaw; Goderich; Clinton; Stratford; Sarnia; St Clair; St Thomas; Pt Burwell; Ambertburgh; Girard; Paine ville; Oil City; Clinton; Wingham; Teeswater; Owen Sound; Meatcrd; Midland; Southampton; Meatcrd; Orangeville; Fergus; Hamilton; London; Pt Burwen; Midland; Lake Nipissing; Georgian Bay; St Thomas; Clinton; Goderich; Stratord; Fergus; Southampton; Teeswater; Barrie; Midland; Whitby; Lontario; Girad; Paineville; Jameston; Broton; Buffalo; Dunkirk; Whitby; Barrie; Peterborough; Gravenhurst; Coboconk; Woodville; Carleton Place; Pembroke Renton; Ottawa; Cornwall; Potsdam Jr Adironddock Mts; White River; North Creek; Rome Utica; Syracuse; Coreland; Elmira; Binghampton; Waverly; Point Jervis; Towanda; Emperium; Drift Wood; Scranton Paterson; Kingston; Schenectady;Saratoga; Utica; Northville; Pulaski; Carthage; North Creek; White River; Mooers; St Johns; Point Jervis; New York; Jersey; Farmington; Canton; North Conway; Bristol; Rochester; Portsmouth; Worchester Rockport; Newport; Martha's Vineyard; Nantueket; Provincetown; Rockport; Worcester; Springfield; Bellow Falls; Fishhill; Binghampton; Hudson; Elmira; Rome; Pulaski; North Creeks; White River; Yuba City; Nevada City; Colfaxl Placeville; Sacramento; Ione City; Sancelito; Oakland; Niles; San Jose; Carnadero; Tres Pinos; Salinas; Soledad; Felton; Santa Cruz; Monerey; Tulare Lake; San Luis Obrspo; Avila; Bakersfield; Oakdale; Milton; Ione City; Placeville; Colfax; Tahoe; Lake; Reno; Austin; Stillwater; Virginia City; Belmont; Palmetto; Round Valley; Independence; Big Trees; Fresno City; Vistniz; Kingston Spring; Death Valley; Austin; Cottonwood; Callville; Freyburgh; Receille; Currant; Fort RUby; Palisade; Alpha Ravenwood; Chapin Spring; Sevier Lake; Frisco; Bullion City; Parowan; Toquerville; Beacerclan; Panguitch; Wahsatch Mts; Mount Pleasant; York; Forest City; Stockton; Bullionville; Salt Lake City; Evanston; Panguitch; Elkmountain; Point of Rocks; Creston; Ft Robedeaux; White River; Fort Cinton; Bear River; Middle Park; Rio Sun; Silverton; Ouray; Lake City; Del Norte; Ft Garland; Conejos; La Junto Cucharas; Thatcher; El Moro Trinidad; Kit Carson; Blackwell; Canon City; Pueblo; Castle Rock; Georgetown; CentrePoint; Hughes; Denver; Colorado Springs; Leadville; Middle Park; Fort Collins; Longmont; Greeley; Cheyenne City; Akion; Wray; South Fork Platte; Thatcher; El Moro Trinidad; Sidney; Platte; Culhertson; Nebraska; Fort Kearney; Plum Creek; Norton; Logan; Lenora; Solomon River; Smoky Hill River; Great BEnd; Dodge City; Pierceville; Deerfield; Crooked Creek; Kingman; Wellington; Newton; Wichiia; Eureka; Hays City; Russell; Wa Keeney; Solomon River; Logan; Norton; Fort Kearney; Grand Island; North Platte; Junction City; Clay Centre; Corcordia River; Fairbury; HAstings; Seward York; Kingman; Wellington; Crooked Creek; Nebraska City; Lincoln; Brownville; Beatrice; Eureka; Convington; Valley Falls; Leavenworth; Atchieon; Troy; Beatrice; Fort Scott; Garnett; Paola; Lawrence; Kansas City; Beverly; Macon City; Aloberly; Brunswick; Lathrop; Pattonsburgh; Red Oak; Council Bluffs Indianola; Winterset; Valley Jc; Des Moines; Grinnel; Grand Jc; Ames; Marshallton; Cedar Rapids; Davenport; Sabula Clinton; Rock Island; Galva; Quincy; Springfield; Mexico; Moberly; Jeggerson City; Osceola; Warsaw; Salem; Pismares; Grand Tower; Alton; East Louis; Peoria; Paris; Lawrenceville; Centralia; Princeton; Du Quoin; Nortonville; Shawneetown; Heiderson; Elizabethtown; Louisville; Nicholasville Lebanon Jc; La Grange Paris; Mitchell Maidson; Hamilton; Indianapolis; Crawfordsville; Vincennes; Jasper; Kokomo; Sheldon; Logansport; Kankakee; Goshen; Fort Wayne; Lima; St Mary's; Xeria; Morrowl Cincinnati; Georgetown; Hillsborough; Frankfort; Mt Sterling; Richmond; Livingston; Somerset; Whitesburgh; Peach Orchard; Greenup; Hamden; London; Urbana; St Mary's Lima; Wayne; Defiance; Toledo; Cleveland; Akron; Massilion; Cadiz; Lancaster; Hamden; Portsmouth; Huntington; Ocena; Charleston; Galon; Cadiz; eeling; Blairsville; Yellow Creek; Red Bank; Altoona; Tyrone; Reading; Washington; Gordonville; White Sulphur Springs; Halifax; Gaston; Weldon Dllenton; Petersburgh; Danville; Independence; Roxborough; Strasburgh; Beverly; Eston; Piedment; Marietta; Crafton; Yellow Creek; Altoona; Tyrone; REading; Charles Henry; Notfold; Mateo; Charles Henry; Delaware Bay; Cape May; Alantic City; Tackerton; Doug Branch; Jersey City; San Nicolas; Santa Cruz; Santa Monica; Florence; Santa Catalino; Santa Barbara; San Clemente; National Oity; San Miguel; Ocean Level; Fort Yuma; Anahein; San Bernardino; Rock Spring; Waterman Jc; San Rafael; San Mating; El Dorado Canyon; Fort Monave; Anbrey; La Paz; Phoenix; Maricola; Mohawk Sta; Tinajos Altos; St Xavier de Bac; Fort Buchanan; Lordshig; Fort Thlorosa; St John; Trout Spring; Fort Defiance; Fanview; Colorado Chiquito; Council Rock; Grafton; Fort West; Silver City; Deming; Belea; Socorro; Fort Wingate; Canonas; Fort Wingate; Los Luceros; Santa Fe; Albuquerque; Fort Bascom; Settlement; White Oak; Lincoln; Presidio; Fort Thorn; Seven Rivers; Pesasco; Ft Summer; Fort Bascon; Taseosa; Santa Clara; Cimarron; Canadian; Springer Ranch; Mobeetie; Ephain; Staked Plain; Sweet Water; Camp Cooper; Port Griffin; Eastland; SPringer Ranch; Medicine Lodge; Salt Plain; Arkansas City; Gurthrie; Camp Radzimsky; Fort Arbuckle; Henrietta; Jackboro; Ft Worth; Albany; Palo Pinto; Fort Washita; Denison City; Greenville; Marshall; Denison City; Fort Washita; Fort Tovson; Waldron; Fort Smith; Ft Gibeon; Tahlequah; Fayetterville; Parson; Joplin City; Mountain Home; Huntsville; Marshall; Clarkville; Little Rock; Hot Springs; Arkadelphia; Fulton; Texarkara; Magnolia; Shreveport; Vera Cruz; Poplar Bluff; Pocahoutas; Jackseorough; Memphis; Madison; De Witt; Pine Bluff; Chocot; Montiello; Hamburgh; Magnolia; Farmersville; Shreveport; Monroe; De Witt; Helena; Clarendon; Harrisburgh; Batesville; Cairo; Nortonville; Elkton; Troy; Frost; Milan; Humbolat; Somerville; Middleton; Mount Pleasant; Nashville; Guthrie; Bowling Green; Glasgow; Stevenson; Decatur; Atalla; Birmingham; Praitville; Salma; Columbus; Jasper; Aberdeen; Houston; Tupeolo; Tuscumbia; Meridian; Narkeeta; Starkville; Durant; Yazoo City; Charleston; Sardia; Moscow; Stevenson; Decatur; Goodwater; Buffalo Opelika; Bowling Green; Caryville; Morristown; Maryville; Danna; Atlanta; Newnan; Thomaston; Macon; Cochran; Milledgeville; Augusta; Washington; Athens; Abbeville; Belton; Scarolina; Aiken; Branchville; Mount Holly; Charleston; Port Royal; Savannah; Walter rough; Aiken; Colverbla; Kingsville; S Carolina; Camden; Chester; Laurens; Greelville; Gastonia; Cheraw; Whitesville; Fayetteville; Morehead City; Egypt; Cary; Rocky Mountain; Rogerville; Glade Springs; Wilmington; Beaufort; Cape Hatteras; Tarborough; Goldsborough; San Matias; Salado; San Franciso; Sta Gertrudis; Isl de Cedros; San Gabriel; Magdalena; Sta Rosalia; Carrizal; Altar; San Miguel; Hermosillo; Ures; Oposura; Arispe; Sahuaripa; Guadalupe; Buena Vista; Guaymas; Oposura; Sahuaripa; Conception; Banalchie; San Pedro; San Diego; San Buenaventura; Ste Domingo; Ojotemrmal; Coyamo; Chihuahaa; Saucillo; La Cruz; Aguajeel Fraile; Fort Leaton; Toronto; Fort Davis; Haymond; Camp Stockton; Pecos; Seven Rivers; Big Spring; Ben Ficklin; Camp Lancaster; Camp Hudson; Langtry; Eagle Passl San Fernando de Rosas; Santa Rosa Moneerey; Aguajeel Fraile; La Cruz; Saucillo; Eastland; Coleman; Brownwood; Colorado River; Austin; New Braunfels; San Antonio; Cuenos; Pleasanton; Oakville; Fort Evell; San Patricio; Corpus Christ; Matagorda; Hempstead; Phelpa; Huntsville; Hearne; Brennord; Crockett; Palestine; Rusk; Jacksonville; Longview; Corsicana; Kaugman; Manny; Leesville; Newton; Shreveport; Harrisburg; Shreveport; Winnsborough; Harrisburgh; Alexandria; Marksville; Leesville; Manny; Cameron; Lake Charles; Livonia; Buton Rouge; Cloumbia; Monticello; Waynesbcrough; Meridian; Jackson; Delta; Monroe; York; Bigtree Ridge; Mobile; Pine Apple; Union Springs; Andalousia; Pollard; Clayton; Euchee Anna; Chattahoochee; Tallahasee Junction; Apalachicola; New Troy; Cedar Keys; Thomasville; Newton; Albany; Smithville; Lumber City; Waycross; Waynesville; Brunswick; Jesup; Walthouville; Jacksonville; Live Oak; Baldwin; St Augustine; Lakeview; Loterprise; Leesburgh; Orland; Tampa; Peace Creek; Fort Harrison; Pine Level; Okkechobee; Fort Bassinger; Cerro Gordo; Andalousia; Pollard; Great Bahama; Margarita Isl; Santiago; La Paz; Sta Rosalia; Lower California; Alamos; Sinalor; Coyotilan; Durango; Tamazala; San Dimas; Buenavitas; Hidalgo; Saledad; Cerro Gordo; Durango; San Dimas; Duencame; Buenavitas; Hidalgo; Aguaje Buenavista; La Cruz; Aguajeel Fraile; Monclova; Lampasas; Zacatecas; Mazapil; Grunidora; Guencame; Lorenzo; Saltillo; Lampasas; Monclova; San Luis; Vacas; Nuevo Leon; Burgos; Rio Grandes; Carrizo; Santa Rosa; Monerey; Laredo; Fort Evell; Padre Island; Pt Isabel; Brownsville; Matamoras; Tamaulipas; Patricio; Gulf of Mexico; Pine Level; Fort Muyers; Fort Dulany; Fort Harrell; Port Poinsett; Florida Keys; Strait of Florida; Andros Islands; Cuba; Abaco Island; Okkechobee Lake; Int Lucie; Abaco Island; Great Bahamas; Andros Islands; Eleuthera Island; Abaco Island; San Salvador Island; Great Exuma Island; Watlings Island; Long Island -
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Title: United States Township: - Range: - Keywords: Cape Flattery; New Dutgeness; Pt Madison; Olympia; Claquato; Kalama; Astoria; Vancouver; Fortland; St Joseph; Newport; Salem; Albany; Willame River; Cowlitz; New Westminster; Whatcom; Birdsview; Lake Chelan; Seattle; Snoborish; Chelan; Washington Mountain; Yakima; Cascades; The Dalles; Kingsley; Umatilla; Pendleton; Pasco; Columbia; Great Plateau; Pelouse Jc; Pendleton; Ft Shepherd; Fort Colville; Ft Okinaksne; Spokane Falls; Sitzville; LaGrande; Waston; Walla Walla; Lewiston; Mount Idaho; Pierce City; Missoula; Cabinet; Cocolalla; Flathead Lake; Lodge City; Radersburg; Silver Cow; Helena; Burre City; Fort Maginnis; Fort Benton; Fort Maginnis; Fort Assinaboine; Saskatchaivan; Helena; Centreville; Fort Belknap; Milk River; Musselshell City; Missouri; Fort Peck; Fort Stewart; Ft Buford; Fort Berthold; Scully Spr; Calling River; Regina Canadian; Souris or Mouse; North Dakota; Snake River; Penibina River; Devils Lake; Grand Harbor; Fort Stephenson; Painted Woods; Fort Berthold; Manitoba; The Woods; Portage la Prarie; Lake Winnipeg; Lake Manitoba; Assinitaine River; Fort Alexander; Crooketon; Red Lake; Fort Rotten; Vermillion Lake; Lake Pascal; Rainy Lake; Fort Williams Rivber; Sturgeon Lake; Lac Seul; Long Lake; Fort Williams River; Red Rock Lake; Lake Nipigon; Long Lake; Eagle River; Hougton; Apostle Island; Manitol Isl; Caribou Island; New Brunswick House; Moose River; South Branch; Moose Fort; Wotchish Mountains; Abbitti Lake; LAke Tent Scamingue; Lake Tamagamingue; Portlock; Caribou Island; Lake Tamagmingue; Ottawa; Maftawa; Lake Tenscamingue; Abbitti Lake; Hurricane River; Fort Williams; Greenfield; Berthier; Three Rivers; River St Tlaurin; Lake St John; St Paul's Bay; Point au Bouleau; Mille Vaches; Point au Bouleau; Riviere du Loup; Rimouski; St Lawrence; Montmagny; Artabaska; Sherbrooke; Waterloo; Montreal; Moosehead Lake; Solon; Riviere du Loup; Rimouski; St Octave; Dalibaire; New Carlisle; Chaleur Bay; Edmundston; Bathurst; Grand Falls; New Brunswick; Woodstock Jc; Debec; McAdams Jc; Princeton; Bangor; Bucksport; Dexter; Houlton; Ft Fairfield; Edmundston; Chaleur Bay; New Carlislie; Oregon; Bridge Creek; Empire City; Oakland; Rouseburgh; Silver Lake; Ramsey Spring; Prineville; Baker City; Canyon City; Albert Lake; Ft Klamath; Roseburgh; Ellensburgh; Empire City; Crescent City; Eureka; Weaverville; Cape Mendocino; Willow Yuba City; Red Blut; Redding; Susanville; Black Rock; Desert; Winnemueca; Unionville; Austin Jc; Stone; Camp McGarry; Lakeview; Ft C.F SMith; Jordah Valley; Dorris Bridge; Linkville Lakes; Klamath; Ft Klamath;Omaghee River; Jordah Valley; Salmon City; Washington; Weiser; Idaho City; Boise; Snake; Silver City; Salmon Falls; City of Rocks; Elevated Plateau; Natchez; Tecoma; Elko; Palisade; Salt Lake; Corinne; Brigham City; Fort Hall; Bellvue; Rocky Bay; Baise City; Washington; Bannack City; Melrose; Silver Pow; Butre City; Centreville; Bozeman; Virginia City; Livingston; Wellowstone; Yellowstone Lake; National Park; Pescadero; Fort Hall; Franklin; Bear Lake; Corinne Brigham City; Granger; Kelton; Tecoma; Natchez; Elevated Plateau; Elko; Point of Rocks; Bozeman; Musselshell; Livingston; Park City; Bingham; Tongue River; Fort Sarpy; Fort Tullock; Fort Custer; Bingham; Big Horn; Soda Lake; Rawlins; Green River City; Point of Rocks; Rawlins; Millersburgh; Autota River; Curtis Wells; Powder River; Belle Fourth; Buffalo; Trabing; Powder River; Glendive; Cannonball; Scully; Bismark; Ft A Lincoln; Grand River; Bad Lands; White River; Fort Sully; Fort Bennett; South Dakota; Ft Pierre; Pierre; Rascoe; Fort Wadsworth; Huron; Woonsocket; Chamberlain; Mitchell; Scotland; Yankton; Keya Paha; Valentine; Chadton; Bassett; O'Neil City; North Fork Lake; Middle Fork Lake; Ponca Covington; Mitchell; Yankton; Keya Paha; Niobrara River; Basset; Cannonball; Fort rice; Gayton; Ft Ransom; Worthington; La Moure; Moorhead; Glyndon; Wadena; Brainerd; Morris; Yellow Medicine; Glencoe; Redwood Jc; Winnebago; Worthington; Wells; Algena; Fort Dodge; Le Mars; Sioux City; Wadena; Dakota; Ackley; Cedar Falls; Charles City; Austin; Tamsey; Algona; Worthington Wells; St Peterl Owatonna Winona; Farmington; Str Patt; Minneapolis; Melrose; Little Falls Sauk Rapids; Brainerd; Wadena; Lake Pasca; Dulith; Thompson; Apostle Island; Bayfield; Superior; Ashland; Worcester; North Richmond; Mississippi; Tomah; Merrilan; Winneconne; Medasba; Monico; Malcoln; Menominee; Oconto; Escanaba; Negaunee Marquette; Sand River; L'Anse; ONtonagon; Pentwater; Manitowee Ludington; Traverse City; Pentwater; Kenosha; South Haven; Grand Haven; Grand Rapids; Pentwater; Ludington; Two Rivers; Traverse City; Escanaba; St James; Sand River; Marquette; Sault de St Marie; Porlock Harbor; North Passage; Grand Manitoulin Island; Cheooygan; Alpena; Gaylord; Harrisville; Tawas City; Alger; West Bay; Stanton; Owoaso; Plymouth; Homer; Jackson; Adrian; Manchester; Amberburch; St Clair; Port Flaror; Kincarline; Owen Soundl Grand Manioulin Island; Mackinaw; Goderich; Clinton; Stratford; Sarnia; St Clair; St Thomas; Pt Burwell; Ambertburgh; Girard; Paine ville; Oil City; Clinton; Wingham; Teeswater; Owen Sound; Meatcrd; Midland; Southampton; Meatcrd; Orangeville; Fergus; Hamilton; London; Pt Burwen; Midland; Lake Nipissing; Georgian Bay; St Thomas; Clinton; Goderich; Stratord; Fergus; Southampton; Teeswater; Barrie; Midland; Whitby; Lontario; Girad; Paineville; Jameston; Broton; Buffalo; Dunkirk; Whitby; Barrie; Peterborough; Gravenhurst; Coboconk; Woodville; Carleton Place; Pembroke Renton; Ottawa; Cornwall; Potsdam Jr Adironddock Mts; White River; North Creek; Rome Utica; Syracuse; Coreland; Elmira; Binghampton; Waverly; Point Jervis; Towanda; Emperium; Drift Wood; Scranton Paterson; Kingston; Schenectady;Saratoga; Utica; Northville; Pulaski; Carthage; North Creek; White River; Mooers; St Johns; Point Jervis; New York; Jersey; Farmington; Canton; North Conway; Bristol; Rochester; Portsmouth; Worchester Rockport; Newport; Martha's Vineyard; Nantueket; Provincetown; Rockport; Worcester; Springfield; Bellow Falls; Fishhill; Binghampton; Hudson; Elmira; Rome; Pulaski; North Creeks; White River; Yuba City; Nevada City; Colfaxl Placeville; Sacramento; Ione City; Sancelito; Oakland; Niles; San Jose; Carnadero; Tres Pinos; Salinas; Soledad; Felton; Santa Cruz; Monerey; Tulare Lake; San Luis Obrspo; Avila; Bakersfield; Oakdale; Milton; Ione City; Placeville; Colfax; Tahoe; Lake; Reno; Austin; Stillwater; Virginia City; Belmont; Palmetto; Round Valley; Independence; Big Trees; Fresno City; Vistniz; Kingston Spring; Death Valley; Austin; Cottonwood; Callville; Freyburgh; Receille; Currant; Fort RUby; Palisade; Alpha Ravenwood; Chapin Spring; Sevier Lake; Frisco; Bullion City; Parowan; Toquerville; Beacerclan; Panguitch; Wahsatch Mts; Mount Pleasant; York; Forest City; Stockton; Bullionville; Salt Lake City; Evanston; Panguitch; Elkmountain; Point of Rocks; Creston; Ft Robedeaux; White River; Fort Cinton; Bear River; Middle Park; Rio Sun; Silverton; Ouray; Lake City; Del Norte; Ft Garland; Conejos; La Junto Cucharas; Thatcher; El Moro Trinidad; Kit Carson; Blackwell; Canon City; Pueblo; Castle Rock; Georgetown; CentrePoint; Hughes; Denver; Colorado Springs; Leadville; Middle Park; Fort Collins; Longmont; Greeley; Cheyenne City; Akion; Wray; South Fork Platte; Thatcher; El Moro Trinidad; Sidney; Platte; Culhertson; Nebraska; Fort Kearney; Plum Creek; Norton; Logan; Lenora; Solomon River; Smoky Hill River; Great BEnd; Dodge City; Pierceville; Deerfield; Crooked Creek; Kingman; Wellington; Newton; Wichiia; Eureka; Hays City; Russell; Wa Keeney; Solomon River; Logan; Norton; Fort Kearney; Grand Island; North Platte; Junction City; Clay Centre; Corcordia River; Fairbury; HAstings; Seward York; Kingman; Wellington; Crooked Creek; Nebraska City; Lincoln; Brownville; Beatrice; Eureka; Convington; Valley Falls; Leavenworth; Atchieon; Troy; Beatrice; Fort Scott; Garnett; Paola; Lawrence; Kansas City; Beverly; Macon City; Aloberly; Brunswick; Lathrop; Pattonsburgh; Red Oak; Council Bluffs Indianola; Winterset; Valley Jc; Des Moines; Grinnel; Grand Jc; Ames; Marshallton; Cedar Rapids; Davenport; Sabula Clinton; Rock Island; Galva; Quincy; Springfield; Mexico; Moberly; Jeggerson City; Osceola; Warsaw; Salem; Pismares; Grand Tower; Alton; East Louis; Peoria; Paris; Lawrenceville; Centralia; Princeton; Du Quoin; Nortonville; Shawneetown; Heiderson; Elizabethtown; Louisville; Nicholasville Lebanon Jc; La Grange Paris; Mitchell Maidson; Hamilton; Indianapolis; Crawfordsville; Vincennes; Jasper; Kokomo; Sheldon; Logansport; Kankakee; Goshen; Fort Wayne; Lima; St Mary's; Xeria; Morrowl Cincinnati; Georgetown; Hillsborough; Frankfort; Mt Sterling; Richmond; Livingston; Somerset; Whitesburgh; Peach Orchard; Greenup; Hamden; London; Urbana; St Mary's Lima; Wayne; Defiance; Toledo; Cleveland; Akron; Massilion; Cadiz; Lancaster; Hamden; Portsmouth; Huntington; Ocena; Charleston; Galon; Cadiz; eeling; Blairsville; Yellow Creek; Red Bank; Altoona; Tyrone; Reading; Washington; Gordonville; White Sulphur Springs; Halifax; Gaston; Weldon Dllenton; Petersburgh; Danville; Independence; Roxborough; Strasburgh; Beverly; Eston; Piedment; Marietta; Crafton; Yellow Creek; Altoona; Tyrone; REading; Charles Henry; Notfold; Mateo; Charles Henry; Delaware Bay; Cape May; Alantic City; Tackerton; Doug Branch; Jersey City; San Nicolas; Santa Cruz; Santa Monica; Florence; Santa Catalino; Santa Barbara; San Clemente; National Oity; San Miguel; Ocean Level; Fort Yuma; Anahein; San Bernardino; Rock Spring; Waterman Jc; San Rafael; San Mating; El Dorado Canyon; Fort Monave; Anbrey; La Paz; Phoenix; Maricola; Mohawk Sta; Tinajos Altos; St Xavier de Bac; Fort Buchanan; Lordshig; Fort Thlorosa; St John; Trout Spring; Fort Defiance; Fanview; Colorado Chiquito; Council Rock; Grafton; Fort West; Silver City; Deming; Belea; Socorro; Fort Wingate; Canonas; Fort Wingate; Los Luceros; Santa Fe; Albuquerque; Fort Bascom; Settlement; White Oak; Lincoln; Presidio; Fort Thorn; Seven Rivers; Pesasco; Ft Summer; Fort Bascon; Taseosa; Santa Clara; Cimarron; Canadian; Springer Ranch; Mobeetie; Ephain; Staked Plain; Sweet Water; Camp Cooper; Port Griffin; Eastland; SPringer Ranch; Medicine Lodge; Salt Plain; Arkansas City; Gurthrie; Camp Radzimsky; Fort Arbuckle; Henrietta; Jackboro; Ft Worth; Albany; Palo Pinto; Fort Washita; Denison City; Greenville; Marshall; Denison City; Fort Washita; Fort Tovson; Waldron; Fort Smith; Ft Gibeon; Tahlequah; Fayetterville; Parson; Joplin City; Mountain Home; Huntsville; Marshall; Clarkville; Little Rock; Hot Springs; Arkadelphia; Fulton; Texarkara; Magnolia; Shreveport; Vera Cruz; Poplar Bluff; Pocahoutas; Jackseorough; Memphis; Madison; De Witt; Pine Bluff; Chocot; Montiello; Hamburgh; Magnolia; Farmersville; Shreveport; Monroe; De Witt; Helena; Clarendon; Harrisburgh; Batesville; Cairo; Nortonville; Elkton; Troy; Frost; Milan; Humbolat; Somerville; Middleton; Mount Pleasant; Nashville; Guthrie; Bowling Green; Glasgow; Stevenson; Decatur; Atalla; Birmingham; Praitville; Salma; Columbus; Jasper; Aberdeen; Houston; Tupeolo; Tuscumbia; Meridian; Narkeeta; Starkville; Durant; Yazoo City; Charleston; Sardia; Moscow; Stevenson; Decatur; Goodwater; Buffalo Opelika; Bowling Green; Caryville; Morristown; Maryville; Danna; Atlanta; Newnan; Thomaston; Macon; Cochran; Milledgeville; Augusta; Washington; Athens; Abbeville; Belton; Scarolina; Aiken; Branchville; Mount Holly; Charleston; Port Royal; Savannah; Walter rough; Aiken; Colverbla; Kingsville; S Carolina; Camden; Chester; Laurens; Greelville; Gastonia; Cheraw; Whitesville; Fayetteville; Morehead City; Egypt; Cary; Rocky Mountain; Rogerville; Glade Springs; Wilmington; Beaufort; Cape Hatteras; Tarborough; Goldsborough; San Matias; Salado; San Franciso; Sta Gertrudis; Isl de Cedros; San Gabriel; Magdalena; Sta Rosalia; Carrizal; Altar; San Miguel; Hermosillo; Ures; Oposura; Arispe; Sahuaripa; Guadalupe; Buena Vista; Guaymas; Oposura; Sahuaripa; Conception; Banalchie; San Pedro; San Diego; San Buenaventura; Ste Domingo; Ojotemrmal; Coyamo; Chihuahaa; Saucillo; La Cruz; Aguajeel Fraile; Fort Leaton; Toronto; Fort Davis; Haymond; Camp Stockton; Pecos; Seven Rivers; Big Spring; Ben Ficklin; Camp Lancaster; Camp Hudson; Langtry; Eagle Passl San Fernando de Rosas; Santa Rosa Moneerey; Aguajeel Fraile; La Cruz; Saucillo; Eastland; Coleman; Brownwood; Colorado River; Austin; New Braunfels; San Antonio; Cuenos; Pleasanton; Oakville; Fort Evell; San Patricio; Corpus Christ; Matagorda; Hempstead; Phelpa; Huntsville; Hearne; Brennord; Crockett; Palestine; Rusk; Jacksonville; Longview; Corsicana; Kaugman; Manny; Leesville; Newton; Shreveport; Harrisburg; Shreveport; Winnsborough; Harrisburgh; Alexandria; Marksville; Leesville; Manny; Cameron; Lake Charles; Livonia; Buton Rouge; Cloumbia; Monticello; Waynesbcrough; Meridian; Jackson; Delta; Monroe; York; Bigtree Ridge; Mobile; Pine Apple; Union Springs; Andalousia; Pollard; Clayton; Euchee Anna; Chattahoochee; Tallahasee Junction; Apalachicola; New Troy; Cedar Keys; Thomasville; Newton; Albany; Smithville; Lumber City; Waycross; Waynesville; Brunswick; Jesup; Walthouville; Jacksonville; Live Oak; Baldwin; St Augustine; Lakeview; Loterprise; Leesburgh; Orland; Tampa; Peace Creek; Fort Harrison; Pine Level; Okkechobee; Fort Bassinger; Cerro Gordo; Andalousia; Pollard; Great Bahama; Margarita Isl; Santiago; La Paz; Sta Rosalia; Lower California; Alamos; Sinalor; Coyotilan; Durango; Tamazala; San Dimas; Buenavitas; Hidalgo; Saledad; Cerro Gordo; Durango; San Dimas; Duencame; Buenavitas; Hidalgo; Aguaje Buenavista; La Cruz; Aguajeel Fraile; Monclova; Lampasas; Zacatecas; Mazapil; Grunidora; Guencame; Lorenzo; Saltillo; Lampasas; Monclova; San Luis; Vacas; Nuevo Leon; Burgos; Rio Grandes; Carrizo; Santa Rosa; Monerey; Laredo; Fort Evell; Padre Island; Pt Isabel; Brownsville; Matamoras; Tamaulipas; Patricio; Gulf of Mexico; Pine Level; Fort Muyers; Fort Dulany; Fort Harrell; Port Poinsett; Florida Keys; Strait of Florida; Andros Islands; Cuba; Abaco Island; Okkechobee Lake; Int Lucie; Abaco Island; Great Bahamas; Andros Islands; Eleuthera Island; Abaco Island; San Salvador Island; Great Exuma Island; Watlings Island; Long Island -
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Title: Chart of the World Township: - Range: - Section: - Keywords: WareSawbridgeworth; Hertford; Hertingfordbury; Amwell; Stanstead; Hertford; Potter Street; High Laver; Good Easter; Sheering; Harlow; High Laver; Slereen's Park; Pieshey; Great Lake; Great & Lit Waltham; Boreham; Chelmsford; Dante; Writtle; Doe; Northwealds Dasset; Epping; Aoddesdon; Dasing Park; Epping Forest; Waltham Cross; Chipping Barnet; Southgate; Edge; Middlesex; London; Surrey; Southgate; Chingford; Chipping; Barnet; Waltham Abbey; Kelveaon Hatch; Blackmore; Margarett; Galleywood; Gt Bondow; Wickford; Nevendon; Ray eigh; Pitesa; Horindon; Langdon; Langdon Hill; Bemford; South Weal; Lougton; Chigwell; Hainaull Forest; Woodford; Wanstead; Finhley; Windsworth Dulwill; Greenwick; Rainham; Upminster; Hornchurch; Horndon; Corringham; Pitesa; Ray Eigh; Canveys; Chadwell; Purgleet; Grays Chadwell; Greenwich; Bromley; Hayes; Lamb Abbey; Eltham; New TOwn; Plaistow; Woolwich; Kingston; Banstead Chipstead; Epsom; Caterham; Godston; Oxstead; Godston; Westerham; Seven Oaks; Plaxtole; Shipborne; Yalding; Otham; Lousa; Snodland; Aylesford; Chatham; Rochester; Strood; Chalk; S Fleet; Gravesend; Orpington; St Mary's Cray; Farningham Meopham; Plaxtole; Ray eigh; Argenteuil; Bezons; Epinay; Stains; Dugny; Double Comunne du Nord; Dugny; Stains; Bezons; Calombes; Gennevilliers; S Queens; Aubervilliers; Tort d'Aubervilliers Bobigny; Foret de Bondy; Bondy; Pantin Romainville; Villemont; Paris; Asnieres; Clichy; Courcelles; Neuilly Moumarires; sur Seine; Passy les Paris; Grenelle; Vaugirard; Vincennes; Bagnolet; Fort de Rosn; Montruil sur Bois; Neuilly; Nogent; Charenton; S Mande Buis; Fontenay sous Bois; Charenton le Pont; S Maurles; Marne; Creteil; Charenton Maisons; Boiss St Leger Valenton; Fresnes les Rungis; Thlas; L'Hay; Rungis; Orly; Igny; Verrieres; Bievre; Chatenay; Seeaunx; Plessis Piquet; Fontenay aux roses; Meudon; Bois de Clamart; Mendon; Belleyue; Fort de Bauves; Bagneux; Montroge; Fort de Bicetre; Seine; Vangirard; Chapalie; Bonneuil; Charlottenburg Forest; Weddin; New Hohen; Berlin; Claneu; Neu Moabit Barwicks; Lictenberg; Schlosschen; Park Palace; Lienzow; Charlotteburg; Nen Moabit Barricks; Lichtenberg; Schlosschen; Hustrin; Roll Krug Tretow; Farade Ground; Tempelhof; Schmargenderf; Schmargendert; Busch Krug; Lritz; Mariendorf; Buckow; Lankwitz; Drescen R.R; Berlin; Lichteridlde; Ne Lichterfelde; Dahlem Belvederer; Schmargender; Wilmersdorf; Botanic Garden; Alt Schoneberg; Roll Krug; Rickedoif; Hustrin; Barracks; Peter Paul Fort; Neva; Artillery Laboratory; Bourse Museum; Artillary; Issacs Ch; Admiralty; Walter Palace; Little Neva; Angarten; Station; Railway Station; Artillery Arsenal; Meilding; Station; Leopoldstadt; Angarten; Rosetta Mouth; Ft St Julian; Rashid Rosetta; Aboo Mandoor; Abouky Bay; Aboukir; Mandarn Rainleh; Alexandria; El Meke; Melaba; Lou Sand Coast; Mediterranean Sea; C Boor; El Buro; Beltim; Boorlos Lake; Tida;; Shekh; Nabara; Shirbin; Jasbesh Bebay; Kallin; Sheb Reket; Neoeel; Dessook; Affeh; Foodh; Daroot; Mellabal; Dayr Ams; Harareh; Ancient Canal; Shaboo; Nigeeleh; Tareen; Terane; Algam; Aboo; Eggar; Ain Shesheghia; Ain Zaghig; Ain Batha; Natron Dayr Baramoo Lakes; Amba Biskoi; Dayr Macarius; W Faregh; El Benal; Mellahah; Beni Salamel; Shaboo; Algam; Tareen; Terane; Jaffareeh; Maoan; Menoof; Sardeeye; El Kutah; Kaft Minsoo; Ome Deenaro; Boolak; Grizeh or Geeeh; Shebramat; Cairo; Makan; Zabel; Pershoon; Alrib; Shib; MitGhrm;Tanta; Tamboll; Semenod; Shekh; Tida; Kasresh Bebay; Cape Tchelyuskin; Petrovsk Bay; Eatern Taimyr Penin; L Taimyr; R Khatanga; Petrovsk Bay; R Monyero; River Anabara; Anabarsk; Northwik Bay; Bielkov Isl; Liakov Is or New Siberia; Fadievskoi Isl; New Siberia; Cape Kamenoi; Maloi Isl; Liakov Isl; Kromskaia Bay; Sviatoi Cape; Ust Yansk; River Yana; River Lena; Verknoiansk; Shigansk; River Olenek; River Anabara; Sashiversk; Siberia; Yakutsk; Nijner Kolimsk; S Kolimsk; V Kolimsk; Kolima R; Aniui R; C Barnanov; Ostrovno; Wrangel Land; Kellett Land; Tchuktchis; Gulf of Anadir; C Chouko; Cape Navarin; Ghijinsk; Penjinsk; C Baranov; Aton Isl; Ostrovnot; Aniui R; Anadir; Tchuktchis; Gulf of Anadir; C Choukotsky; Cape Navarin; Clerk I; Norton Sd; Cape Lishurne; Herald Isl; Kellett Land; Wrangel Land; Herald Isl; Barrow Pt; Tangent Pt; Smth Bay; Cape Halkett; Beecher Pt; Camden Bay; Manning Pt; Ft Michaelowsky; Michaelovski; Norton Sd; Hope Point; Manning Pt; Richard I; Liverpool Bay; Franklin Bay; Nelson Head; Kellet Pt; Meek Pt; Burnett Bay; Pr Alfred Cape; Cape Maclure; Banks Straits; Dyer Bay; Lands End; Pr Patrick Island; Cape Maclintock; Polynia Is; Melville; Banks or Baring I; Pr Albert Sd; Unnion St; Coronalion Gulf; Gt Bear Lake; Ft Enterprize; Lake Aylmer; Ft Food Hope; Ft Franklin; Ft Norman; Pelly River; Alaska; Yucon River; Colville R; Prince Wales; Ft Simpson; Napier Bay; North Cornwall Victoria Arch; Jones Sound Coberg Isl; Carey Is; Cape Parry; North Lincoln; Ellesmark Land; United States; Maury Bay; Grinnel Land; Maury Bay; Washington Land; Petermann Fiord; Humboldts Glacier; Kane Basin; Prudhoe Land; Haynes; Inglefield Gulf; Peninsula; Wolstenholme Sd; James Sound Coburg Isl; Cape York; Allison Bay; Baffin's; Baffin Island; C Shackleton; Bay Upernik; Black Cape; Waigat Strait; Omenak; Ritenbenk; Jacobshavn; Christianshaab; Holteinborg; Sukkertoppen; Godthaab; Hernhut; C Desolution; Cape Dyer; C Chidley; Resolution; C Albert; Davis Strait; Hudson Strait; Fox Land; Hall Penin; Northumber In; Merchant Bay; Lumberland Isl; Baffin Land; Cockburn Land; Admiralty; Gulf of Foothia; Pelly Bay; Committee Bay; Rae Isthmus; Wager R; Chesterfield; Inlet; Fisher Str; Hudson; Fish River; Lake Lake Farrya; Penin; Victoria Land; Mafnetic Pole; King W Isl; Greenland; Cape Bismark; Koldewey Is; Shannon Isl; Ardencaple Inlet; Pendulum Is; Clavering Isl; Gael Hunkers Bay; Gael Hunkers Bay; McKenzie Inlet; C Parry; LJameson Land; C Brewster; Cape Ewart; Cape Barclay; Cape North; Iceland; Greenland; C Discord; C Mosting; C Lowenhorn; Mt Heola; Langanes; Jan Mayen Isl; Verlegen Head; Smeerenberg Bay; Ilakluyts Ilead; Madeleine Bay; Cross BAy; Pr Charles Island; Ice Sound; Bell Sound; Horn Sound; South Cape; Hope Isl; Thousand Is; Ryk Yse Is; Edges Isl; King Karl Land; Hinlopen Strait; Gillis Land; Cape Smyth; Seven Islands; North East Land; Spidzbergen; Jan Mayen Isl; Arctio Circle; BEar Isl; North Cape; Hammerfest; Loffoden Isles; Maelstram; Noesne; Vigten Is; Christiansund; Trondheim; Faroe Isl; Bodoe; Iomstad; Ternen; Lapland; Kola; North Cape; Cape Nordkyn; Varanger Fiord; Cape Kanin; Kandalaskala; White Sea; Archangel; Mezen; R Dwina; Lake Onena; Finland; Uleaborg; Ternen; Lapland; Yarensk; Kolguev L; Cape Tchernoi; Kostin Bay; Cape Gousinoi; Cape Soukhoi; Cross Bay; Admiralty Isl; Verkha Isl; Cape Nassau; Matthews Land; Cape Klokov; Lutke Bay; R Pitchora; Cape Fern; Novazembla; McClintock Is; Weyprech Isl; Salin Isl; Hall Island; Zichy Land; Wilezek Land; Karskana; Berezov; Obdorsk; Yalmal Penin; Tchaste Isl; Cape Mauritius; Cape Middendorff; Cape Taimyr; Testern Taimyr Penin; Avamskoi; R Kheta; R Piasma; Venisei; Khantaisk; Gulf of Obe; Tchaste Isl; Kara Sea; Obdorsk; R Lena; Kirensk; Vilim R; R Olekma; Irkutsk; Irkutsk; L Barkat; Barguzinsk; Nertchrsk; Selenginsk; Ourga; Mongolia; Chinese Empire; Kin Chow; Aldan R; R Mana; Udskoi; Yablonot; Albassin; Sagaliehioula; Tsitsikar; Manchooria; Kirinoula; Kien King Hakoladi; Strait of Matsmai; Japan Islands; Petropaulovski; Okhotsk; Olutorsk Bay; Karaginsk Isl; Behring Isl; Copper Isl; Attou Isl; Kiska Isl; Great Wall; Pekin; Lan Chow; Hoang Ho; Kai Fung; Peling Mts; Ching Tou; Tonquin; Choo Kiang; G of Tonquin; Hong Kong; AMoy; Fuh Chow; Yellow Sea; Quelpart; Shanghae Chusan Is; Eatern Sea; Formosa Taiwan; BAshee Is; Majico Simah Is; Rasa Is; King Ki Tao; Oki Is; Miako; Figami Isl; Yedo; Fatzizoo; Moor Isl; Margaret Isl; Grampus Is; Marcus Isl; Ride Plata; Crespo Island; Morell Island; Patrocinio Island; Tropic of Cancer; Jardine Isl; Tarquin Isl; St Bartholomew; Wake Isl; Lamira Isl; Patrocinio Isand; Morell Island; Ride Plata; Crespo Island; Kstshindy Isl; Behring Isl; Copper Isl; Attou Isl; Cure; Clark's Island; Camira Isl; Lamica Isl; Wake Isl; St Bartholomew Isl; Smyths Isl; Button Is; Smith Is; Krusenstern Bk; Philadelphia I; Lassion I; Gardner I; Nahau; Sandwich Islands; Hawaii or Owhyee; North Pacific Drift Current; Aleutian Islands; Behring Sea; Onnekotan; Simusir; Karaginsk Isl; I St Paul; Ounimack Isl; Bristol Bay; C Newenham; Kodiak Isl; Behring Bay; Sitka; Prince of Wales Arch; Qn Charlottee Isl; Qn Charlotte Sd; Vancouver Isl; Juan de Fuca Str; Olympia; Columbia River; Salein; C Oxford; C Mendocino; San Francisco; Santa Barbara; San Diego; Guadaloupe; Port San Bartolome; Los Alijos; Cape San Lucas; Revillagado; United States; Canada; Mt Hooker; Little Slave Lake; Ft Vermillion; Ft Chipewyan; Deer Lake; Saskatchawan; Lake Winnipeg; Richmond Severn; Ft Churchill; Whale R; Maine R; Labrador; Mosquito Bay; Hebron; Hopedale; Ivuktoke Inlet; Strait of Belle Isle; New Found Land; Trinity Bay St John; Whale R; E Maine R; Quebec; Montreal; Ontario; Boston; C Cod; C Sable; Halifax; New York; Long Is; C Cod; Cape Hatteras; Charleston; Bermuda Is; St Augustine; Abaco; San Salvador; Bahama; West Inda; Puerto Rico; Barbuda Islands; Martinique; Barbadoes; Trinidad; Caribbean Sea; Central America; Honduras; Jamica; Belize; Gulf of Hondurai; Austin New Orleans; Red River; Arkansas River; St Louis; Little Rock Mobile; Hopefale; Ivuktoke Inlet; Strait of Belle Isle; Alantic Ocean; St Kilda Western Is; Aberdeen; Scotland; Edinburg; Aberdeen; Holland; London; British Isles; Ireman; Dublin; St George Ch; English Ch; Brest; Bay of Biscay; Bordeaux; Corunna; Madrid; Spain; Valencia; Cadiz; Oporto; Portugal; Lisbon; Cape San Vicent; Strait of Bibralter; Tangler; Cape Blanco; Marocco; Mogador; Teneriffe; R Draha; Cape Bojador; Sahara or Great Desert; Cape Blanca; Madeer Is; Salvage Isl; Canary Is; Ferro; Gd Canary; St Antonio; St Nicholas; St Louis; S Jago Cape Verde; Christiana; Stockholm; Skager Rock; North Sea; Denmark; Copenhagen; Berlin; Germany; Belgium; Prague; Vienna; Alps; Austria; Mt Blanc; Corsica; Rome; Barvelona; Sardinia; Trieste; Europe; Baltic Sea; Hamburg; Rome; Mojore; Mediterranean Sea; Tunis; Tripoli; Barbary; Murzuk; Tunis; Cyprus; Cairo; Nubia; Egypt; New Dongola; Cobbe; Lake Fittrel Darlur; Cobbe; Lake Chad; Bima; Timbuctoo; L Divvie Mt Sinai; Dead Sea; Jerusalem; Syria; Black Sea; Bosphorus; Poland; Warsaw; Dantzig; Meme; R Dwina; Cothland; Revel; St Petersburg; Valda Hills; Moscow; Smolensk; Toula; Orlov; Kiev; R Dniester; Constanthople; Ekaterinoslay; Toula; Calda Hills; New Dongola; Cutaracts; Cobbe; Lake Fittre; Sennar; Abysennia; Zeyla; L Dembed; Gulf of Aden; Sana; Konfodeh; Dafar; Muscat; Persia; Yezdl Ispihan Mohammerah; Bagdad; Basra; Grane Bahrein I; Derayeh; Muscat; St of Ormus; Tabreez; Caspian Sea; Caspian Sea; Trebizond; Russia; Kazan; Kama; Orenburg; Uralsk; Ural R; Astrakh; Penza; Saratoc; Nijni Novgorod; Tobolsk; Ishim; Petropaclosk; Ishim R; Tchargam Aghatch; Akinolinsk; Lake Balkash; Tchui R; Turkestan; Khiva; Kohan; Cashgar; East Turkestan; Bokhara; Kunduz; Balkh; Junduz; Lahore; Delhi; Afghanistan; Balchi Stan; Indus K; Agra; Hindoostan; G of Cambay; Narim; Veniseisk; Tonsk; Krasnoiarsk; Minusinsk; Busk; Semipolatinsk; Gobdo; Oulia Soutal; Mongolia; Great Desert; Yarkand R; Dzungaria; Oulia soutal; Gobdol Semipolatinsk; Khoten; Tibet; Mt Everest; Bramaputra; R Ganges; Luckrow; Hindoostan; Calcutta; Burmah; Arscan; Mecca; Bashee Is; Siam Siam; Bangkok; Hue Turon; Cina Sea; Luzon; Manilla; Mindora; Palawan; Labuan; Natuna Is; Malacca; Singapore; Sarawak; Celebes Sea; Phillippine Islands; Samar; Mindanao Pelew Is; Sangir Is; Gillolo Isl; Mariere; Anson Is; Lindsay Isl; Marianna or Ladrone Is; Tarquin Isl; Saypan; Guam; Mackenzie Is; Swede Is; Caroline Is; Dunkin Is; Greenwich Isl; Admiralty Is; New Hanover; New Ireland; New Britian; New Guinea; Pupua or Arrow; Somerset; Cape York; Chaiseul Isl; Louisade Arch; Farquhar Is; Halifax Bay; Australia; North Australia; South Australia; Shark Bay; Steep Pt; Houtmans Abrolhos; Perth; Geographe Bay; Cape Leeuwin; R Geo Sound; Hamelin Ilar; Western Australia; New South Wales; Spencer's Kangaroo Isl; Sydney; Brisbane; Queen's Land; Moreton Bay; Melbourne; Moreton Bay; Pacific Ocean; Wake Isl; St Bartholomew Isl; Smyths Isl; Calvert Is; Mulgrave Is; Boston Is; Hope Isl; Altlantic Isl; Boston Is; Searborough Is; Simpson Is; Smith Is; Palmyra Isl; New Nantucket; Fanning Isl; Christmas Isl; Walker Isl; Equat; Pleasant Isl; San Augustine Isl; Byron Isl; Gardner; Ellices; Matata Isl; San Christoval Isl; Greenville Isl; Santa Cruz Is; Greenville Isl; New Hebrides; Vana Levi; Mallicollo; Tanna; Byron Isl; Phoenix Is; Sidney; Dukes of York; Union Group; Danger Is; Samoan Or Navigator Is; Manua; Tutile; Palmerston Is; Rururu; Mopelia; Woodstock Isl; Penrhyn Isll Starbuck Isll Jervis Isl; Malden Isl; Volunteer Isl; Nouka Ilica; Flint Isl; Palliser Is; Tahiti Harpe Isl; Marquesas Is; Fatou Ilica; Dissappointment Is; Honden Isl; Paumotu or Low Is; Whitsundau Isl; New Caldedonia; Loyalty Is; Hunter; Norfold Isl; Rosaretta Reef; Cape Maria; North Isl; Auckland; Bay of Plenty; Curtis Is; Raowl Isl; Kermeadec Is; Vasquez Isl; Pilstaart; Friendly Is; Rarotonga; Rurutu; Society Is; Cooks Is; Mangea; Tubuai Is; Osborne; Rupa Bass IS; Fatou Iliva; Hood Is; Gambier Isl Oeno Isl; Pitcairn Isl; Elizabeth Isl; Ducia Isl; Sands Isl; Central America; Duncan Isl; Gallego Isl; Easter Isl; Pilgrim ISl; Tropic of Capricon; Gray Isl; Gallego Isl; Duncan Isl; Colima; Acapulco; Mexico; Honduras; Belize; Hondura; Leon; Nocoya Gulf; Cocos Isl; Bay of Choco; Cape San Francisco; Colombia; Equador; Peru; Bolvia; Brazil; Caribbean Sea; Barbuda Islands; Martinique; Barbadoes; Georgetown; Paramaribo; Cayenne; Venezuela; Guayana; Marajo Isl; Amazon River; Pira; Maranhum; Villa Bella; Villa Boa; San Francisco; San Paulo; Paranagua; Candelaria; Santa Catherina; San Pedro; Mome Video; R de la Plata; Cape Corrientes; Bahia Blanca; Mocha Island; Arauca; Concepcion; Masafuera Constitution; Juan Fernandez; Valparaiso; Tongoy; Coquimbo; Copiapo; Cape Corrientes; Porto Allegro; Santa Catherina; Paranagua; Rio de Janeiro; Victoria; Porto Alegre; Porto Seguro; Olicenca; Babia; Sergipe del Rey; Pernambuco; Parnhyba; Cape St Roquel; Ciara; Paranabyba; Villa Boa; Free Town; Monrovia; Tradetown; Cape Palmas; Gulf of Guinea; Timbuctoo; Agadez; Kashna; Kano; R Chadda; Duke Town; Fernanco Po; St Thomas I; Cape Lopez; Annobon Isl; Loango; Livingstone River; Loando; N Redonda; Mossamedes; Cape Negro; Cape Frio; Walvish Bay; Ilollain Isl; Ichabae Isl; St Ilelena Bay; Cape Town; Cape of Good Hope; Cape Agulthas; St Sebastian Bay; Mossell Bay; Algoa Bay; Gt Fish R; Gt Kei R; Port Natal; Delagoa Bay; Inhambane; Limpopop; Cape Colony; Orange; Kolobeng; Nyami L; Lower Guinea; Ovampo Damaraland; ANgola; San Salvador; Lake Bangweolo; Mozambique Channel; Mozambique; Amirante Is; Aldabra Is; Providence Isl St Mary Isl; Tamatave; Tananarivo; Bourbon; Ft Dauphin; Cape St Mary; Madagascar; Providence Is; Galega; Diego Gardia; Seychelle Is; Mahe; Amirante Is; Aldabra Is; Chagos Is; Indian Ocean; Arabian Sea; Boinbay; Mangalore; Lacadive island; Cape Comorin; Maldive Island; G of Manaar; Cochin; Calicut; Boinbay; Hyderabad Goa; Bay of Bengal; Madras; Pals Strait; Ceylon; Candy Nicobar Is; Columbo; Bay og Bengal; Nicobar Is; Aoheen; Hardia; Diego Gardia; Chagos Is; Albatross Is; St Pauls Is; Amsterdam Isl; Keeling Isl; Cocs Isl; Apaluria Isl; St Pauls Isl; Pt Davey; Storm Bay; Tarman's Penin; Tasmania; Macquarie Is; Emerald Isl; AntarticPolar Drift Current; New Zealand; South Isl; Chalky Bay; Stuarie Is; Emerald; Isl; Dunedin; Foveauz Str; Ld Auckland Isl; Campbell Isl; Wellington; Cape Palliser; Port Victorial Banks Penin; Chatham Is; Pitt Isl; Bounty Isl; Antipodes Isl; Bahia Blanca; G of St Matias; Nuevo Gulf; Gulf of St George; Cape Three Points; Port St Julian; Pt Santa Cruz; Port Gallegos; Terra Del Fuego; Falkland islands; Aurora Is; Staten Isl; Navarin Isl; Cape Horn; Hoste Isl; Kemp Isl; Cape Possession; Smith Isl; Livingston Isl; Elephant Isl; South Orkney Is; Laurie Isl; Coronation Isl; South Shetland; Graham's Land; Georgia Isl; Candlemas Isl; Saunders Isl; Montague Isl; Thule Isl; Sandwich Land; Marquis de Travers Isl; Thomson Isl; Bouvet Isl; Pr Edward Isl; Marion Is; Kerguelens Land; McDonald Is; Enderby's Land; Kemp Land -
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Title: Chart of the World Township: - Range: - Keywords: WareSawbridgeworth; Hertford; Hertingfordbury; Amwell; Stanstead; Hertford; Potter Street; High Laver; Good Easter; Sheering; Harlow; High Laver; Slereen's Park; Pieshey; Great Lake; Great & Lit Waltham; Boreham; Chelmsford; Dante; Writtle; Doe; Northwealds Dasset; Epping; Aoddesdon; Dasing Park; Epping Forest; Waltham Cross; Chipping Barnet; Southgate; Edge; Middlesex; London; Surrey; Southgate; Chingford; Chipping; Barnet; Waltham Abbey; Kelveaon Hatch; Blackmore; Margarett; Galleywood; Gt Bondow; Wickford; Nevendon; Ray eigh; Pitesa; Horindon; Langdon; Langdon Hill; Bemford; South Weal; Lougton; Chigwell; Hainaull Forest; Woodford; Wanstead; Finhley; Windsworth Dulwill; Greenwick; Rainham; Upminster; Hornchurch; Horndon; Corringham; Pitesa; Ray Eigh; Canveys; Chadwell; Purgleet; Grays Chadwell; Greenwich; Bromley; Hayes; Lamb Abbey; Eltham; New TOwn; Plaistow; Woolwich; Kingston; Banstead Chipstead; Epsom; Caterham; Godston; Oxstead; Godston; Westerham; Seven Oaks; Plaxtole; Shipborne; Yalding; Otham; Lousa; Snodland; Aylesford; Chatham; Rochester; Strood; Chalk; S Fleet; Gravesend; Orpington; St Mary's Cray; Farningham Meopham; Plaxtole; Ray eigh; Argenteuil; Bezons; Epinay; Stains; Dugny; Double Comunne du Nord; Dugny; Stains; Bezons; Calombes; Gennevilliers; S Queens; Aubervilliers; Tort d'Aubervilliers Bobigny; Foret de Bondy; Bondy; Pantin Romainville; Villemont; Paris; Asnieres; Clichy; Courcelles; Neuilly Moumarires; sur Seine; Passy les Paris; Grenelle; Vaugirard; Vincennes; Bagnolet; Fort de Rosn; Montruil sur Bois; Neuilly; Nogent; Charenton; S Mande Buis; Fontenay sous Bois; Charenton le Pont; S Maurles; Marne; Creteil; Charenton Maisons; Boiss St Leger Valenton; Fresnes les Rungis; Thlas; L'Hay; Rungis; Orly; Igny; Verrieres; Bievre; Chatenay; Seeaunx; Plessis Piquet; Fontenay aux roses; Meudon; Bois de Clamart; Mendon; Belleyue; Fort de Bauves; Bagneux; Montroge; Fort de Bicetre; Seine; Vangirard; Chapalie; Bonneuil; Charlottenburg Forest; Weddin; New Hohen; Berlin; Claneu; Neu Moabit Barwicks; Lictenberg; Schlosschen; Park Palace; Lienzow; Charlotteburg; Nen Moabit Barricks; Lichtenberg; Schlosschen; Hustrin; Roll Krug Tretow; Farade Ground; Tempelhof; Schmargenderf; Schmargendert; Busch Krug; Lritz; Mariendorf; Buckow; Lankwitz; Drescen R.R; Berlin; Lichteridlde; Ne Lichterfelde; Dahlem Belvederer; Schmargender; Wilmersdorf; Botanic Garden; Alt Schoneberg; Roll Krug; Rickedoif; Hustrin; Barracks; Peter Paul Fort; Neva; Artillery Laboratory; Bourse Museum; Artillary; Issacs Ch; Admiralty; Walter Palace; Little Neva; Angarten; Station; Railway Station; Artillery Arsenal; Meilding; Station; Leopoldstadt; Angarten; Rosetta Mouth; Ft St Julian; Rashid Rosetta; Aboo Mandoor; Abouky Bay; Aboukir; Mandarn Rainleh; Alexandria; El Meke; Melaba; Lou Sand Coast; Mediterranean Sea; C Boor; El Buro; Beltim; Boorlos Lake; Tida;; Shekh; Nabara; Shirbin; Jasbesh Bebay; Kallin; Sheb Reket; Neoeel; Dessook; Affeh; Foodh; Daroot; Mellabal; Dayr Ams; Harareh; Ancient Canal; Shaboo; Nigeeleh; Tareen; Terane; Algam; Aboo; Eggar; Ain Shesheghia; Ain Zaghig; Ain Batha; Natron Dayr Baramoo Lakes; Amba Biskoi; Dayr Macarius; W Faregh; El Benal; Mellahah; Beni Salamel; Shaboo; Algam; Tareen; Terane; Jaffareeh; Maoan; Menoof; Sardeeye; El Kutah; Kaft Minsoo; Ome Deenaro; Boolak; Grizeh or Geeeh; Shebramat; Cairo; Makan; Zabel; Pershoon; Alrib; Shib; MitGhrm;Tanta; Tamboll; Semenod; Shekh; Tida; Kasresh Bebay; Cape Tchelyuskin; Petrovsk Bay; Eatern Taimyr Penin; L Taimyr; R Khatanga; Petrovsk Bay; R Monyero; River Anabara; Anabarsk; Northwik Bay; Bielkov Isl; Liakov Is or New Siberia; Fadievskoi Isl; New Siberia; Cape Kamenoi; Maloi Isl; Liakov Isl; Kromskaia Bay; Sviatoi Cape; Ust Yansk; River Yana; River Lena; Verknoiansk; Shigansk; River Olenek; River Anabara; Sashiversk; Siberia; Yakutsk; Nijner Kolimsk; S Kolimsk; V Kolimsk; Kolima R; Aniui R; C Barnanov; Ostrovno; Wrangel Land; Kellett Land; Tchuktchis; Gulf of Anadir; C Chouko; Cape Navarin; Ghijinsk; Penjinsk; C Baranov; Aton Isl; Ostrovnot; Aniui R; Anadir; Tchuktchis; Gulf of Anadir; C Choukotsky; Cape Navarin; Clerk I; Norton Sd; Cape Lishurne; Herald Isl; Kellett Land; Wrangel Land; Herald Isl; Barrow Pt; Tangent Pt; Smth Bay; Cape Halkett; Beecher Pt; Camden Bay; Manning Pt; Ft Michaelowsky; Michaelovski; Norton Sd; Hope Point; Manning Pt; Richard I; Liverpool Bay; Franklin Bay; Nelson Head; Kellet Pt; Meek Pt; Burnett Bay; Pr Alfred Cape; Cape Maclure; Banks Straits; Dyer Bay; Lands End; Pr Patrick Island; Cape Maclintock; Polynia Is; Melville; Banks or Baring I; Pr Albert Sd; Unnion St; Coronalion Gulf; Gt Bear Lake; Ft Enterprize; Lake Aylmer; Ft Food Hope; Ft Franklin; Ft Norman; Pelly River; Alaska; Yucon River; Colville R; Prince Wales; Ft Simpson; Napier Bay; North Cornwall Victoria Arch; Jones Sound Coberg Isl; Carey Is; Cape Parry; North Lincoln; Ellesmark Land; United States; Maury Bay; Grinnel Land; Maury Bay; Washington Land; Petermann Fiord; Humboldts Glacier; Kane Basin; Prudhoe Land; Haynes; Inglefield Gulf; Peninsula; Wolstenholme Sd; James Sound Coburg Isl; Cape York; Allison Bay; Baffin's; Baffin Island; C Shackleton; Bay Upernik; Black Cape; Waigat Strait; Omenak; Ritenbenk; Jacobshavn; Christianshaab; Holteinborg; Sukkertoppen; Godthaab; Hernhut; C Desolution; Cape Dyer; C Chidley; Resolution; C Albert; Davis Strait; Hudson Strait; Fox Land; Hall Penin; Northumber In; Merchant Bay; Lumberland Isl; Baffin Land; Cockburn Land; Admiralty; Gulf of Foothia; Pelly Bay; Committee Bay; Rae Isthmus; Wager R; Chesterfield; Inlet; Fisher Str; Hudson; Fish River; Lake Lake Farrya; Penin; Victoria Land; Mafnetic Pole; King W Isl; Greenland; Cape Bismark; Koldewey Is; Shannon Isl; Ardencaple Inlet; Pendulum Is; Clavering Isl; Gael Hunkers Bay; Gael Hunkers Bay; McKenzie Inlet; C Parry; LJameson Land; C Brewster; Cape Ewart; Cape Barclay; Cape North; Iceland; Greenland; C Discord; C Mosting; C Lowenhorn; Mt Heola; Langanes; Jan Mayen Isl; Verlegen Head; Smeerenberg Bay; Ilakluyts Ilead; Madeleine Bay; Cross BAy; Pr Charles Island; Ice Sound; Bell Sound; Horn Sound; South Cape; Hope Isl; Thousand Is; Ryk Yse Is; Edges Isl; King Karl Land; Hinlopen Strait; Gillis Land; Cape Smyth; Seven Islands; North East Land; Spidzbergen; Jan Mayen Isl; Arctio Circle; BEar Isl; North Cape; Hammerfest; Loffoden Isles; Maelstram; Noesne; Vigten Is; Christiansund; Trondheim; Faroe Isl; Bodoe; Iomstad; Ternen; Lapland; Kola; North Cape; Cape Nordkyn; Varanger Fiord; Cape Kanin; Kandalaskala; White Sea; Archangel; Mezen; R Dwina; Lake Onena; Finland; Uleaborg; Ternen; Lapland; Yarensk; Kolguev L; Cape Tchernoi; Kostin Bay; Cape Gousinoi; Cape Soukhoi; Cross Bay; Admiralty Isl; Verkha Isl; Cape Nassau; Matthews Land; Cape Klokov; Lutke Bay; R Pitchora; Cape Fern; Novazembla; McClintock Is; Weyprech Isl; Salin Isl; Hall Island; Zichy Land; Wilezek Land; Karskana; Berezov; Obdorsk; Yalmal Penin; Tchaste Isl; Cape Mauritius; Cape Middendorff; Cape Taimyr; Testern Taimyr Penin; Avamskoi; R Kheta; R Piasma; Venisei; Khantaisk; Gulf of Obe; Tchaste Isl; Kara Sea; Obdorsk; R Lena; Kirensk; Vilim R; R Olekma; Irkutsk; Irkutsk; L Barkat; Barguzinsk; Nertchrsk; Selenginsk; Ourga; Mongolia; Chinese Empire; Kin Chow; Aldan R; R Mana; Udskoi; Yablonot; Albassin; Sagaliehioula; Tsitsikar; Manchooria; Kirinoula; Kien King Hakoladi; Strait of Matsmai; Japan Islands; Petropaulovski; Okhotsk; Olutorsk Bay; Karaginsk Isl; Behring Isl; Copper Isl; Attou Isl; Kiska Isl; Great Wall; Pekin; Lan Chow; Hoang Ho; Kai Fung; Peling Mts; Ching Tou; Tonquin; Choo Kiang; G of Tonquin; Hong Kong; AMoy; Fuh Chow; Yellow Sea; Quelpart; Shanghae Chusan Is; Eatern Sea; Formosa Taiwan; BAshee Is; Majico Simah Is; Rasa Is; King Ki Tao; Oki Is; Miako; Figami Isl; Yedo; Fatzizoo; Moor Isl; Margaret Isl; Grampus Is; Marcus Isl; Ride Plata; Crespo Island; Morell Island; Patrocinio Island; Tropic of Cancer; Jardine Isl; Tarquin Isl; St Bartholomew; Wake Isl; Lamira Isl; Patrocinio Isand; Morell Island; Ride Plata; Crespo Island; Kstshindy Isl; Behring Isl; Copper Isl; Attou Isl; Cure; Clark's Island; Camira Isl; Lamica Isl; Wake Isl; St Bartholomew Isl; Smyths Isl; Button Is; Smith Is; Krusenstern Bk; Philadelphia I; Lassion I; Gardner I; Nahau; Sandwich Islands; Hawaii or Owhyee; North Pacific Drift Current; Aleutian Islands; Behring Sea; Onnekotan; Simusir; Karaginsk Isl; I St Paul; Ounimack Isl; Bristol Bay; C Newenham; Kodiak Isl; Behring Bay; Sitka; Prince of Wales Arch; Qn Charlottee Isl; Qn Charlotte Sd; Vancouver Isl; Juan de Fuca Str; Olympia; Columbia River; Salein; C Oxford; C Mendocino; San Francisco; Santa Barbara; San Diego; Guadaloupe; Port San Bartolome; Los Alijos; Cape San Lucas; Revillagado; United States; Canada; Mt Hooker; Little Slave Lake; Ft Vermillion; Ft Chipewyan; Deer Lake; Saskatchawan; Lake Winnipeg; Richmond Severn; Ft Churchill; Whale R; Maine R; Labrador; Mosquito Bay; Hebron; Hopedale; Ivuktoke Inlet; Strait of Belle Isle; New Found Land; Trinity Bay St John; Whale R; E Maine R; Quebec; Montreal; Ontario; Boston; C Cod; C Sable; Halifax; New York; Long Is; C Cod; Cape Hatteras; Charleston; Bermuda Is; St Augustine; Abaco; San Salvador; Bahama; West Inda; Puerto Rico; Barbuda Islands; Martinique; Barbadoes; Trinidad; Caribbean Sea; Central America; Honduras; Jamica; Belize; Gulf of Hondurai; Austin New Orleans; Red River; Arkansas River; St Louis; Little Rock Mobile; Hopefale; Ivuktoke Inlet; Strait of Belle Isle; Alantic Ocean; St Kilda Western Is; Aberdeen; Scotland; Edinburg; Aberdeen; Holland; London; British Isles; Ireman; Dublin; St George Ch; English Ch; Brest; Bay of Biscay; Bordeaux; Corunna; Madrid; Spain; Valencia; Cadiz; Oporto; Portugal; Lisbon; Cape San Vicent; Strait of Bibralter; Tangler; Cape Blanco; Marocco; Mogador; Teneriffe; R Draha; Cape Bojador; Sahara or Great Desert; Cape Blanca; Madeer Is; Salvage Isl; Canary Is; Ferro; Gd Canary; St Antonio; St Nicholas; St Louis; S Jago Cape Verde; Christiana; Stockholm; Skager Rock; North Sea; Denmark; Copenhagen; Berlin; Germany; Belgium; Prague; Vienna; Alps; Austria; Mt Blanc; Corsica; Rome; Barvelona; Sardinia; Trieste; Europe; Baltic Sea; Hamburg; Rome; Mojore; Mediterranean Sea; Tunis; Tripoli; Barbary; Murzuk; Tunis; Cyprus; Cairo; Nubia; Egypt; New Dongola; Cobbe; Lake Fittrel Darlur; Cobbe; Lake Chad; Bima; Timbuctoo; L Divvie Mt Sinai; Dead Sea; Jerusalem; Syria; Black Sea; Bosphorus; Poland; Warsaw; Dantzig; Meme; R Dwina; Cothland; Revel; St Petersburg; Valda Hills; Moscow; Smolensk; Toula; Orlov; Kiev; R Dniester; Constanthople; Ekaterinoslay; Toula; Calda Hills; New Dongola; Cutaracts; Cobbe; Lake Fittre; Sennar; Abysennia; Zeyla; L Dembed; Gulf of Aden; Sana; Konfodeh; Dafar; Muscat; Persia; Yezdl Ispihan Mohammerah; Bagdad; Basra; Grane Bahrein I; Derayeh; Muscat; St of Ormus; Tabreez; Caspian Sea; Caspian Sea; Trebizond; Russia; Kazan; Kama; Orenburg; Uralsk; Ural R; Astrakh; Penza; Saratoc; Nijni Novgorod; Tobolsk; Ishim; Petropaclosk; Ishim R; Tchargam Aghatch; Akinolinsk; Lake Balkash; Tchui R; Turkestan; Khiva; Kohan; Cashgar; East Turkestan; Bokhara; Kunduz; Balkh; Junduz; Lahore; Delhi; Afghanistan; Balchi Stan; Indus K; Agra; Hindoostan; G of Cambay; Narim; Veniseisk; Tonsk; Krasnoiarsk; Minusinsk; Busk; Semipolatinsk; Gobdo; Oulia Soutal; Mongolia; Great Desert; Yarkand R; Dzungaria; Oulia soutal; Gobdol Semipolatinsk; Khoten; Tibet; Mt Everest; Bramaputra; R Ganges; Luckrow; Hindoostan; Calcutta; Burmah; Arscan; Mecca; Bashee Is; Siam Siam; Bangkok; Hue Turon; Cina Sea; Luzon; Manilla; Mindora; Palawan; Labuan; Natuna Is; Malacca; Singapore; Sarawak; Celebes Sea; Phillippine Islands; Samar; Mindanao Pelew Is; Sangir Is; Gillolo Isl; Mariere; Anson Is; Lindsay Isl; Marianna or Ladrone Is; Tarquin Isl; Saypan; Guam; Mackenzie Is; Swede Is; Caroline Is; Dunkin Is; Greenwich Isl; Admiralty Is; New Hanover; New Ireland; New Britian; New Guinea; Pupua or Arrow; Somerset; Cape York; Chaiseul Isl; Louisade Arch; Farquhar Is; Halifax Bay; Australia; North Australia; South Australia; Shark Bay; Steep Pt; Houtmans Abrolhos; Perth; Geographe Bay; Cape Leeuwin; R Geo Sound; Hamelin Ilar; Western Australia; New South Wales; Spencer's Kangaroo Isl; Sydney; Brisbane; Queen's Land; Moreton Bay; Melbourne; Moreton Bay; Pacific Ocean; Wake Isl; St Bartholomew Isl; Smyths Isl; Calvert Is; Mulgrave Is; Boston Is; Hope Isl; Altlantic Isl; Boston Is; Searborough Is; Simpson Is; Smith Is; Palmyra Isl; New Nantucket; Fanning Isl; Christmas Isl; Walker Isl; Equat; Pleasant Isl; San Augustine Isl; Byron Isl; Gardner; Ellices; Matata Isl; San Christoval Isl; Greenville Isl; Santa Cruz Is; Greenville Isl; New Hebrides; Vana Levi; Mallicollo; Tanna; Byron Isl; Phoenix Is; Sidney; Dukes of York; Union Group; Danger Is; Samoan Or Navigator Is; Manua; Tutile; Palmerston Is; Rururu; Mopelia; Woodstock Isl; Penrhyn Isll Starbuck Isll Jervis Isl; Malden Isl; Volunteer Isl; Nouka Ilica; Flint Isl; Palliser Is; Tahiti Harpe Isl; Marquesas Is; Fatou Ilica; Dissappointment Is; Honden Isl; Paumotu or Low Is; Whitsundau Isl; New Caldedonia; Loyalty Is; Hunter; Norfold Isl; Rosaretta Reef; Cape Maria; North Isl; Auckland; Bay of Plenty; Curtis Is; Raowl Isl; Kermeadec Is; Vasquez Isl; Pilstaart; Friendly Is; Rarotonga; Rurutu; Society Is; Cooks Is; Mangea; Tubuai Is; Osborne; Rupa Bass IS; Fatou Iliva; Hood Is; Gambier Isl Oeno Isl; Pitcairn Isl; Elizabeth Isl; Ducia Isl; Sands Isl; Central America; Duncan Isl; Gallego Isl; Easter Isl; Pilgrim ISl; Tropic of Capricon; Gray Isl; Gallego Isl; Duncan Isl; Colima; Acapulco; Mexico; Honduras; Belize; Hondura; Leon; Nocoya Gulf; Cocos Isl; Bay of Choco; Cape San Francisco; Colombia; Equador; Peru; Bolvia; Brazil; Caribbean Sea; Barbuda Islands; Martinique; Barbadoes; Georgetown; Paramaribo; Cayenne; Venezuela; Guayana; Marajo Isl; Amazon River; Pira; Maranhum; Villa Bella; Villa Boa; San Francisco; San Paulo; Paranagua; Candelaria; Santa Catherina; San Pedro; Mome Video; R de la Plata; Cape Corrientes; Bahia Blanca; Mocha Island; Arauca; Concepcion; Masafuera Constitution; Juan Fernandez; Valparaiso; Tongoy; Coquimbo; Copiapo; Cape Corrientes; Porto Allegro; Santa Catherina; Paranagua; Rio de Janeiro; Victoria; Porto Alegre; Porto Seguro; Olicenca; Babia; Sergipe del Rey; Pernambuco; Parnhyba; Cape St Roquel; Ciara; Paranabyba; Villa Boa; Free Town; Monrovia; Tradetown; Cape Palmas; Gulf of Guinea; Timbuctoo; Agadez; Kashna; Kano; R Chadda; Duke Town; Fernanco Po; St Thomas I; Cape Lopez; Annobon Isl; Loango; Livingstone River; Loando; N Redonda; Mossamedes; Cape Negro; Cape Frio; Walvish Bay; Ilollain Isl; Ichabae Isl; St Ilelena Bay; Cape Town; Cape of Good Hope; Cape Agulthas; St Sebastian Bay; Mossell Bay; Algoa Bay; Gt Fish R; Gt Kei R; Port Natal; Delagoa Bay; Inhambane; Limpopop; Cape Colony; Orange; Kolobeng; Nyami L; Lower Guinea; Ovampo Damaraland; ANgola; San Salvador; Lake Bangweolo; Mozambique Channel; Mozambique; Amirante Is; Aldabra Is; Providence Isl St Mary Isl; Tamatave; Tananarivo; Bourbon; Ft Dauphin; Cape St Mary; Madagascar; Providence Is; Galega; Diego Gardia; Seychelle Is; Mahe; Amirante Is; Aldabra Is; Chagos Is; Indian Ocean; Arabian Sea; Boinbay; Mangalore; Lacadive island; Cape Comorin; Maldive Island; G of Manaar; Cochin; Calicut; Boinbay; Hyderabad Goa; Bay of Bengal; Madras; Pals Strait; Ceylon; Candy Nicobar Is; Columbo; Bay og Bengal; Nicobar Is; Aoheen; Hardia; Diego Gardia; Chagos Is; Albatross Is; St Pauls Is; Amsterdam Isl; Keeling Isl; Cocs Isl; Apaluria Isl; St Pauls Isl; Pt Davey; Storm Bay; Tarman's Penin; Tasmania; Macquarie Is; Emerald Isl; AntarticPolar Drift Current; New Zealand; South Isl; Chalky Bay; Stuarie Is; Emerald; Isl; Dunedin; Foveauz Str; Ld Auckland Isl; Campbell Isl; Wellington; Cape Palliser; Port Victorial Banks Penin; Chatham Is; Pitt Isl; Bounty Isl; Antipodes Isl; Bahia Blanca; G of St Matias; Nuevo Gulf; Gulf of St George; Cape Three Points; Port St Julian; Pt Santa Cruz; Port Gallegos; Terra Del Fuego; Falkland islands; Aurora Is; Staten Isl; Navarin Isl; Cape Horn; Hoste Isl; Kemp Isl; Cape Possession; Smith Isl; Livingston Isl; Elephant Isl; South Orkney Is; Laurie Isl; Coronation Isl; South Shetland; Graham's Land; Georgia Isl; Candlemas Isl; Saunders Isl; Montague Isl; Thule Isl; Sandwich Land; Marquis de Travers Isl; Thomson Isl; Bouvet Isl; Pr Edward Isl; Marion Is; Kerguelens Land; McDonald Is; Enderby's Land; Kemp Land -
STATISTICS OF THE LqýjVONe 30 N. no. 0 cwý=17 cc &0 mrktne'of LadývfD Mgew Principal Countries, ttor. -L e LA, Gpod lert j ford e arl -Nvi My Sued.7,H1-b de do P,ýver Ile i6a) orthweald. rox cd Ig a) q- DassA, WEALTH OF 'NATIONS. 0C Cheshunt'l 11 - -,, - 1b, r DOLLA.RS. ap e. Rng United States47,475,000,000 a Pf 8'hto t Great Britai 43,600,000,000 C, vtre I o tý na France----- 40000 000 000 nt Ina, orq.q N br 41,.X ~ e d Germany 31,615,000,000 W S C te L r Uý LU Russia 2156151000ý000 tr Austria. 18)065,0005000 Italy- 11ý775ý000ý000 WSpain ------ 7)9651000,000 WT Holland 4 935000000 D wo I oti, b Norway and 01 K n Ts Urv ray Sweden 4 885 000 000 47 t. t n Pin t n ar Belgium 47300,000 000 a ro U CA in 014 C ela Kes Canada - - - - 3ý25050001000 ýor ' r hore.`Sn4e Ae Ila t d 'Ban ad ffoid. Mexico - - - - zj 190 000 000 r1ing C 'N ea Australia--- 2 950000000. aitc-, r s a a Ca rh I'a t rh 7117 Ile Portugal 1ý855)0005000 e xste4ji Denmark. 4830)000)000 A r g enti ii e 1200 Republic- 1,660,0007000 Switzerland- 1620000000 Greece----- 1 055000000 130C NATIONAL DEBTS, 10 ill. ", I k France ------ $4 555 OK000 iiý! 047 TC Great Britain 3 845 000 000 Russia ------ 2 765 000000 1 Xýl Italy 21610ý00010.00 Ea8tern Austria 2095 000000 Taimyr Penin. Spain 950 000 1 7 )000 ý1. T lo -United States 1 852ý0005000 Germany---- 1 145000000 j1d. ý11 Anabarsh. 0 India ------- 780000000 Turkey 550ýOOO)OOO Khatangskoye Egypt ------ 53oo00,000 Australia 4851000)0001 Portugal---- 47MOV00 TT111 1 0 -.1 A AAn (W)() nný) v 'Diansk

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Page  93 REFERENCE DIRECTORY OF INGHAM ~ COUNTY, ~ MICHIGAN. EXPLANATION. The date following a name indicates the length of time the party has been a resident of the c, Section; T. for Township; and P. 0., for Post-office address. When no Section Number nor Township is given, it will be un of the village or city named, and, in such cases, the-post-office address is the same as the place of residence, unless otherwise ounty. The abbreviations are as follows: S. for derstood that the party resides within the limits stated. Abbott, 0. B., Farmer & Stock, S. 20, T. Delhi, P. 0. Holt, 1874. Abbott, Levi, Farmer, S. 18, T. White Oak, P. 0. Dansville, 1839. Abbott, M. J., Farmer, S. 18, T. White Oak, P. 0. Dansville, 1839. Abbott, Mrs. S., Farmer, S. 22, T. Delhi, P. 0. Holt, 1843. Addis, Nelson, Farmer, S. 24, T. Williamstown, P. 0. Williamston, 1855. Ahrens, C., Farmer, S. 15, T. Delhi, P. 0; Holt, 1865. Albert, G., Farmer, S. 35, T. Delhi, P. 0. Holt. 1868. Aldrich, William, Farmer, S. 34, T. Bunker Hill, P. 0. Fitchburg, 1868. Alexander, Dr. R. H., Veterinary Surgeon, Leslie, 1894 Alford, J., Farmer, S. 9, T. Leroy, P. 0. Webberville, 1882. Allchin, A., Farmer, S. 23, T. Leroy, Webberville, 1850. Allchin, A. H., Farmer, Webberville, 1844. Allchin, L. S., Farmer, S. 10, T. Leroy, P. 0 Webberville, 1846. Allen, George, Farmer, S. 25, T. Leroy, P. 0. Webberville, 1870. Alien, James A., Farmer, S. 5, T. Alaiedon, P. 0. Okemos, 1869. Allen, John H., Farmer, S. 3, T. Ingham, P. 0. Dansville, 1880. Almond, David, Farmer, S. 36, T. Alaiedon, P. 0. Mason, 1872. Alsdorf, Fred. M., Druggist (Alsdorf & Son), Lansing, 1855. Andress, Frank M., Farmer & Stock, S. 10, T. Williamstown, P. 0. Williamston. Andrews, C. F., Cigar Manufacturer, Williamston. Andrews, E. S., Editor Williamston.Enterprise, Williamston. Andrews, George, Farmer, S. 9, T. Ingham, P. 0. Dansville. Andrews, Otto, Farmer, S. 23, T. Alaiedon, P. 0. Mason, 1894. Andrews, W. L., Hotel, Williamston. Angell, E. H., Farmer & Stock, S. 16, T. Bunker Hill, P. 0. Bunker Hill, 1848. Annis, F. G., Farmer, Fast Driving Horses, S. 25, T. Onondaga, P. 0. Leslie. Annis, M. H., Farmer, S. 23, T. Onondaga, P. 0. Leslie, 1865. Anway, S. B., Farmer, S. 5, T. Infgham, P. 0. Dansville, 1895. Archer, George W., Farmer, S. 20, T. Bunker Hill, P. 0. Leslie, 1840. Arend, G., Farmer & Stock, S. 12, T. Delhi, P. 0. Holt, 1852. Artz, Joseph L., Farmer & Stock, S. 27, T. Bunker Hill, P. 0. Fitchburg, 1861. Artz, Frank E., Farmer, S. 27, T. Bunker Hill, P. 0. Fitchburg, 1868. Aseltine, F., Farmer, S. 22, T. Alaiedon, P. 0. Mason, 1866. Aselton, Israel, Farmer, S. 13, T. Alaiedon, P.' 0. Meridian, 1842. Asleton, Luke, Farmer, S. 1, T. Vevay, P. 0. Mason, 1838; Asquith, Benj., Farmer, S. 10, T. Stockbridge, P. 0. Stockbridge, 1843. Asquith, James, Farmer, S. 10, T. Stockbridge, P. 0. Stockbridge, 1845. Asquith, W., Farmer, S. it, T. Stockbridge, P. 0. Stockbridge, 1844. Atwood, C. H., Farmer, S. 23, T. White Oalt, P. 0. White Oak, 1891. Avery, Dr. E. L., Dentist, Member City Council, Stockbridge, 1860. Avery, E. S., Attorney & Counsellori-, Lansing, 1860. Avery, John, Farmer & Stock, S. 6, T. Aurelius, P. 0. Eaton Rapids, 1881. Avery, Chas. H., Farmer, S. 15, T. Vevay, P. 0. Mason, 1865. Avery, J. G., Farmer, S. 6, T. Aurelius, P. 0. Eaton Rapids, 1881. Avery, S., Farmer, S. 23, T. Ingham, P. 0. Dansville, 1838,. Ayers, A., Farmer, S. 30, T. Meridian, P. 0. Lansing, 1862. Babcock, James, Farmer, S. 5, T. Stockbridge, P. 0. Stockbridge, 1865. Backus, Harry, Farmer, S. 16, T. Leslie, P. 0. Leslie, 1852. Backus, Jared, Farmer, S. 26, T. Ingham, P. 0. Dansville, 1865. Bagley, C. C., Farmer, S. 20, T. Leslie, P. 0. Leslie, 1877. Bailey, Chas. G., Prop. & Editor North Lansing Record, Lansing, 1890. Bailey, J. W., (Klocksiem & Bailey). Real Estate, Insurance. Loans, Lansing, 1888. Bailey, J. W., Stave Manufacturer, Mason, 1872. Bailey, M. L., Farmer, Supervisor, S. 7, T. Aurelius, P. 0. North Aurelius, 1868. Bailey, Samuel, Farmer & Stock, S. 26, T. Leslie, P. 0. Leslie, 1884. Bailey, Geo. P., Farmer, S. 16, T. Bunker Hill, P. 0. Bunker Hill, 1848. Bailey, James M., Farmer, S. 3, T. Williamstown, P. 0. Shaftsburg, 1872. Bain, D. E., Farmer, S. 36, T. Williamstown, P. 0. Williamston, 1895. Baker, A. A., Dealer inReal Estate and all kinds of property, North Aurelius. Baker, L. W., Farmer & Stock, S. 14, T. Delhi, P. 0. Holt, 1858. Baker, E. E., General Planing Mill & Job Shops, Leslie, 1852. Baker, C. C., Farmer, S. 19, T. Locke, P. 0. Williamston, 1883. Baker, Daniel, Farmer, S. 19, T. Locke, P. 0. Williamston, 1882. Baker, H. W., Farmer. S. 8, T. Meridian, P. 0. North Lansing, 1868. Baker, K. U., Farmer, S. 17, T. Aurelius, P. 0. North Aurelius, 1867. Baker, R. L., Farmer, S. 17, T. Aurelius, P. 0. North Aurelius, 1867. Ball, E. L., Farmer, S. 17, T. Williamstown, P. 0. Haslett Park, 1854. Baldwin, H. D., Farmer, S. 22, T. Onondaga, P. 0. Onondaga, 1858. Baldwin, M. C., Farmer, S. 29, T. Onondaga, P. 0. Onondaga. Bappert, Conrad, Farmer, S. 16, T Williamstown, P. 0. Williamston. Barber, Asa I., Farmer, S. 5, T. Vevay, P. 0. Mason, 1864. Barber, C. D., Farmer, S. 15, T. Leroy, P. 0. Webberville. 1873. Barber, J. W., Farmer, S. 30, T. Delhi, P. 0. Diamondale, 1889. Barker, Cl, Farmer, S. 12, T. Vevay, P. 0. Mason, 1869. Barnes, J. A., Insurance & Real Estate Dealer, Mason, 1837. Barnes, Orlando F., President Lansing Lumber Co., Lansing. Barnes, A. F., General Merchant, Okemos, 1860. Barnes, C. E. Farmer, S. 27, T. Alaiedon, P. 0. Mason, 1892. Barnes, C. W., Farmer, S. 33, T. Meridian, P. 0. Okemos, 1842. Barnes, E. R.. Retired Farmer, S. 27, T. Alaiedon, P. 0. Mason, 1892. Barnes, J. A., Farmer, S. 26,'T; Aurelius, P. 0. Aurelius, 1856. Barr, Thos., Farmer, S. 30, T. Leslie, P. 0. Leslie, 1869. - Barry,'R. D., Farmer, S. 4, T. Williamstown, P. 0. Alverson, 1865. Bartlett, Lorenzo, Farmer, S. 24, T. Vevay, P. O. Mason, 1838. Barton, E. S., Farmer, S. 35, T. Bunker Hill, P. 0. Fitchburg, 1881. Bartow, A. J., Farmer, S. 11, T. Williamstown, P. 0. Williamston. Bartow, Frank A., Farmer, S. 14, T. Williamstown, P. 0. Williamston. SBateman, Daniel B., Farmer, S. 14, T. Aurelius, P. 0, Mason, 1852. Bateman, Dudley N., Farmer, S. 21, T. Aurelius, P. 0. North Aurelius, 1852 Bateman, G. C., Farmner, S. 21. T. Aurelius, P. 0. North Aurelius, 1870. Bateman, Thos. E., Farmer, S. 14, T. Aurelius, P. 0. Aurelius, 1850. Bates, Addison, Farmer & Stock, S. 5, T. Ingham, P. 0. Dansville, 1876. Bates, C. H., Farmer, S. 24, T. Aurelius, P. 0.-Mason, 1872. Batley, James, Farmer, S. 3, T. Onondaga, P. 0. Aurelius, 1870. Baumann, E. J., Editor & Prop. Michigan Staats Zeitung, Lansing, 1893. Baumgras, D. C., Farmer, S. 36, T. Meridian, P. 0. Meridian, 1869. Baumgras, J. G., Farmer, S. 3, T. Lansing, P. 0. Lansing, 1847. Beal, E. S., Farmer & Stock, S. 5, T. Delhi, P. 0. Lansing, 1869. Beaumont, J., Farmer, S. 33, T. Alaiedon, P. 0. Mason, 1861. Beazan, W. Jay, Deputy Register of Deeds, Mason, 1884. Beck, J. B., Farmer, S. 3, T. Williamstown, P. O. Williamston, 1854. Becker, Harlo, Farmer, S. 7, T. Bunker Hill, P. 0. Leslie, 1865. Beeach, Mary, S. 16, T. Leslie, P. 0. Leslie. Beeman, Chas. W., Farmer & Stock, S. 6, T. Stockbridge, P. 0. Stockbridge, 1870. Beeman, Curtis N., Farmer & Stock, S. 29, T. Leroy, P. 0.: Williamston, 1856. Beeman, W. L., Farmer, Enterprise Farm, S. 29, T. L-eroy, P. 0. Williamston, 1855. Beeman, Chas. W., Farmer, S. 1, T. Wheatfield, P.'O. Williamston, 1852. Beeman, Frank, Farmer, S. 27, T. Wlieatfield,.P. 0. Williamston, 1852. Beers, A., Retired Farmer, Dansville, 1840. Bement, B., Farmer, S. 10, T. Leroy, P. 0. Webberville, 1853. Bement, M. A., Postmaster, Mason,'1868. Benjamin, L. W., Farmer; S. 24, T. Locke, P. 0. Locke, 1870. Bennett, H. L., Farmer, S. 31, T. Meridian, P. 0. Okemos, 1862. Bennett, J. F., Farmer, S. 30, T. Meridian, P. 0. Okemos, 1860. Bennett, Joel, Farmer, S. 31, T. Meridian, P. 0. Okemos, 1853. Bennett, J. W. Farmer, S. 7, T. Alaiedon, P. 0. Lansing, 1852. Bennett, W. H., Farmer, S. 29, T. Leslie, P. 0. Leslie, 1865. Bensted, John, Farmer, S. 23, T. Wheatfield, P. 0. Williamston, 1885. Bentley, E., Farmer, S. 2, T. Williamstown, P. 0. Shaftsburg. Bentley, F. G., Farmer, S. 2, T. Williamstown, P. 0. Shaftsburg. Bentley, J., Farmer, S. 7, T. Vevay, P. 0. Mason, 1876. Berry, T. A., Farmer & Stock, S. 35, T. Stockbridge, P. 0. Stockbridge, 1881. Bickert, Henry, Farmer & Stock, S. 19, T. Alaiedon, P. 0. Mason, 1855. Bickert, George, Farmer, S. 8, T. Wheatfield, P. 0. Williamston, 1894. Biebeshimer, T. H., Farmer, S. 1. T. Delphi, P. 0. Lansing, 1869. Bigelow, Jas. H., Farmer, S. 20, T. Meridian, P. 0. Okemos, 1865.. Binding, C., Farmer, S. 32, T. White Oak, P. 0. Dansville, 1851. Binding, F., Farmer, S. 32, T. White Oak, P. 0. Dansville, 1857. Binding, Samuel, Farmer, S. 32, T. White Oak, P. 0. Dansville, 1852. Binding, Willis, Farmer, S. 6, T. Stockbridge, P. 0. Stockbridge, 1848. Binkley, C., Farmer, S.-19, T. Delphi, P. 0. Holt, 1885. Birch, Joseph, Farmer, S. 11, T. Bunker Hill, P. 0; Bunker Hill, 1873. Bird, D. F., Farmer & Stock, S. 26, T. Stockbridge, P. 0. Stockbridge, 1871. Bird, Rev. Samuel, Minister, S.13, T. Wheatfield, P. 0. Williamston,1850. Birdsell, Fred, Farmer, S. 4, T. Wheatfield, P. 0. Williamston, 1870. Birdsell,, I. A., Farmer, S. 4, T. Wheatfield, P. 0. Williamston, 1870. Bixby, A., Farmer, S. 23, T. Leroy, P. 0. Webberville, 1893. Black, A. J., General Tradesman, Holt, 1859. Blackmore, John, Farmer & Saw Mill, S. 25, T. Leslie, P. 0. Leslie, 1867. Blackmore, W. A., Farmer, S. 31, T. Leslie, P. 0. Leslie, 1892. Blakely, Hugh, Farmer, Fine Stock, S. 5, T. Bunker Hill, P. 0. Mason, 1849. Blakely, James, Farmer, S. 29, T. Ingham, P. 0. Mason, 1849. Blakely, Thomas, Farmer, S. 32, T. Ingham, P. 0. Mason, 1849. Blaich, C. G., Farmer & Stock, S. 5, T. White Oak, P. 0. Dansville, 1858. Blair, R. C., Farmer, s. 31, T. Aurelius, P. 0. Eaton Rapids, 1892. Blanchard, B. G., Farmer, S, 31, T. Wheatfield, P. 0. Mason, 1865. Bliss, A.B., Livery, Feed & Sale Stables, Williamston. Bliss, George W., Farmer, S. 16, T. Onondaga, P. 0. Onondaga, 1883. Bliss, H., Farmer, S. 29, T. Lansing, P. 0. Lansing, 1892. Blood, M. A., Farmer, S. 26, T. Vevay, P. 0. Mason, 1850. Bohonnon, R. S. B., Farmer, S. 3, T. Aurelius, P. 0. North Aurelius, 1849. Boland, P., Farmer & Stock, S. 29, T. Meridan, P. 0. Okemos, 1865. Bolster, 0. P., Farmer, S. 22, T. Vevay, P. 0. Mason, 1876. Bolter, W. A., Farmer, S. 3, T. Delhi, P. 0. Holt, 1866. Bond, H. J., County Treasurer, Mason, 1868. Booth, Samuel, Farmer & Stock, S. 28, T. Vevay, P. 0. Eden, 1865. Bordman, Frank E., Farmer, S. 26, T. Locke, P. 0. Webberville. 1860. Bordmnan, J. W., Farmer, Webberville, 1838. Botsford, Irving, Farmer, S. 2, T. Williamstown, P. 0. Williamston, 1856. Boutell, D. J., Farmer, S. 2, T. Locke, P. 0. Perry, 1887. Boutwell, John, Farmer, Supervisor, S. 9, T. Locke, P. 0. Williamston, 1881. Bowdish, C. L., Farmer, S. 34, T. Stockbridge, P. 0. Stockbridge, 1871. Bowdish, F. C., Farmer, S. 22, T. Stockbridge, P. 0. Stockbridge, 1848. Bowerman, M. H., Real Estate & Loans, Williamston. Box, Joshua, Farmer, S. 36, T. Lansing, P. 0. Lansing, 1858. Boyle, James, Farmer & Stock, S. 15, T. Leslie, P. 0. Leslie, 1869. Bracey, C. E., Farmer, S. 33, T. Aurelius, P. 0. Aurelius, 1882. Brady, E. D., Farmer, S. 21, T. Locke, P. 0. Williamston, 1880. Branch, N. C., Farmer & Stock, S. 22, T. Williamstown,P.0. Williamston. Branch, A. E., Farmer, S. 22, T. Williamstown, P. 0. Williamnston. Branch, D. C., Farmer, S. 29, T. Locke, P. 0. Williamston, 1875. Bravender, A., Farmer, S. 8, T. Ingham, P. 0. Dansville, 1844. Bray, M., Farmer, S. 21, T. Meridian, P. 0. Okemos, 1850. Brenner, Chas., Farmer, S. 19, T. Wheatfield, P. 0. Mason, 1865. Brenner, William, Farmer, S. 14, T. Alaiedon, P. 0. Mason, 1867. Brett, T. H., Farmer, S. 8, T. Locke, P. 0. Williamston, 1855. Brewer, A. J. H., Farmer, S. 16, T. Onondaga, P. 0. Onondaga, 1870. Briggs, C. S., Farmer, S. 12, T. Alaiedon, P. 0. Meridian, 1844. Briggs, Henry, Farmer, S. 21, T. Leroy, P. 0. Webberville, 1868. Bristow, William, Farmer, S. 12, T. Williamstown, P. 0. Williamston. Bromley, Eli, Farmer, S. 32, T. Onondaga, P. 0. Onondaga, 1872. Brooks, Elijah, Farmer & Stock, S. 1, T. Vevay, P. 0. Mason, 1865. Brower, W., Farmer, S. 29, T. Stockbridge, P. 0. Stockbridge. Brown, A. R., Farmer, S. 20, T. Aurelius, P. 0. Eaton Rapids, 1867. Brown, Albert, Farmer, S. 7, T. White Oak, P. 0. Dansville, 1844. Brown, F. J., Farmer, S. 36, T. Bunker Hill, P. 0. Fitchburg, 1855. Brown. Henry, Farmer, S. 36, T. Stockbridge, P. 0. Stockbridge. Brown, H. W., Farmer, S. 14, T. Leslie, P. 0. Leslie, 1879. Brown, J. M., Farmer, S. 13, T. Vevay, P. 0. Mason, 1866. Brown, Lyman, Farmer, S. 36, T. Bunker Hill, P. 0. Fitchburg, 1855. Brown, S. Farmer. S. 25, T. Locke, P. 0. Locke, 1847. Brown, W. E., Drugs & Groceries, Village Clerk, Stockbridge, 1891. Brundidge, P. F., Farmer, S. 16, T. Williamstown, P. 0. Haslett Park 1876. Brush, J. S., Farmer, S. 23, T. Vevay, P. 0. Mason, 1879. Buck, J. C., Farmer, S. 8, T. Onondaga, P. 0. Eaton Rapids, 1865. Bulen, F. J., Farmer, S. 22, T, Ingham, P. 0. Dansville, 1846. Bullen, H. D., Blacksmith, North Aurelius, 1871. Bullen, Joseph, Farmer, S. 5, T. Aurelius, P. 0. North Aurelius, 1848. Bullen, J. T., General Merchandise' & Postmaster, North Aurelius, 1842. Bullen, R. J., Farmer, Road Horses, S. 4, T. Aurelius, p. 0. North Aurelius, 1840. Bunker, W. H., Farmer & Stock, S. 32, T. Leroy P. 0. Williamston, 1880. Bunker, H. C., Blacksmith, S. 19, T. Aurelius, P. 0. Klink, 1864. Bunker, William, Farmer, S. 19, T. Aurelius, P. 0. Klink, 1852. Burden, G. M., Farmer, S. 26, T. White Oak, P. 0. White Oak, 1885. Burger, P. C., Farmer, S. 30, T. Meridian, P. 0. Okemos, 1864. Burgess, A., Farmer, S. 18, T. Alaiedon, P. 0. Holt, 1865. Burgess, C. C., Farmer, S. 7, T. Alaiedon, P. 0. Holt, 1857. Burkley, John, Farmer, S. 32, T. Williamstown, P. 0. Williamston, 1855. Burkley, Walter J., Farmer, S. 33, T. Williamstown, P. 0. Meridian, 1863. Burtram, J. I., Farmer, S. 5, T. Meridian, P. 0. North Lansing, 1883. Bush, A. H., Farmer, S. 24, T. Vevay, P. 0. Mason, 1853. Bush, E. A., Farmer, S. 24, T. Vevay, P. 0. Mason, 1864. Bushnell, J. P., Farmer, S. 26, T. Leslie, P. 0. Leslie, 1885. Butcher, John, Farmer, S. 1, T. Alaiedon, P. 0. Meridian, 1862. Butcher, Win. H., Farmer, S. 1, T. Alaiedon,-P. 0. Meridian, 1863. Butler, Albert, Farmer, Carpenter, Saw-mill owner, Mason, 1847. Butler, John, Farmer, S. 22, T. Wheatfield, P. 0. Williamston, 1857. Butler, M. L., Farmer, S. 10, T. Wheatfield, P. 0. Williamston, 1855. Butterfield, I. H., Secretary Agricultural College, Res. Lansing, P. 0. Agricultural College, 1893. Button, C. A., Farmer, S. 13, T. Alaiedon, P. 0. Meridian, 1853. Button, D. 0., Farmer, S. 2, T. Alaiedon, P. 0. Meridian, 1851. Button, G. 0., Farmer, S. 2, T., Alaiedon, P. 0. Meridian, 1867. Byers, G. W., Farmer, S. 14, T. Wheatfield, P. 0. Williamston, 1857. Bygrave, Alvin, Farmer, S. 2, T. Vevay, P. 0. Mason, 1859. Byrum, Louis, Farmer, S. 28,1T. Onondaga, P. 0. Onondaga. Byrum, M., Farmer, S. 14, T. Onondaga, P. 0. Leslie, 1865. Cabot, C., Farmer, S. 18, T. Leroy, P. O. Williamston, 1870. Cabot, Sebastian, Farmer, S. 18, T. Leroy, P. 0. Willianmston, 1870. Cady, J., Farmer, S. 31, T. Leroy, P. 0. Dansville, 1856. Cahill, Edward (Cahfill & Ostrander), Attorney at Law, Lansing, 1873. Cairns, W. F., Attorney at Law, Williamston, 1893. Campbell, H. M., Farmer & Stock, S. 4, T. Leslie, P. 0. Leslie, 1872. Campbell, Hon. J. T. (Campbell & Rose), Ingham County News, Mason, 1855. Campbell, M. L., Clothier & Gents' Furnisher, Leslie. 1858. Carl, Charles, Farmer, S. 5, T. Meridian, P. 0. North Lansing, 1859. Carpenter, George, Farmer, S. 33, T. Onondaga, P. 0. Onondaga, 1855.

Page  94 94 HISTORICAL REFERENCE DIRECTORY. Carpenter, C. H., Farmer & J. P.7 S. 34, T. White Oak-, P. 0. White Oak, 1855. Carr, F. D., General Merchant, Railway Ag-ent & Postmaster, Meridian, 1868. Carroll, J. R., Real Estate, Loans & Rentals, Lansing, 1887. Carter, Grant G., Farmer & Stock, S. 29, T. White Oak, P. 0. Dansville, 1864. Carter, G. L., Retired Farmer, S. 28, T. White Oak, P. 0. Dansville, 1850. Carter, Mason J., Farmer, S. 17, T. Stockbridge, P. 0. Stockbridg-e, 1850. Case, R. R., Attorney at Law, Lansing, 1894. Case, Melvin, Farmer, S. 10, T. Locke, P. 0. Locke, 1880. Caskey,.J. B., Postmaster, Webberville, 1881. Casler, C. M., General Merchant, Aurelius, 1862. Casterlin, C. C., Attorney at Law, Mason, 1883. Cavender, James E., Farmer, Supervisor, S. 19, T. Ing-ham, P. 0. Dansville. 1862. Cavender, E. P., Farmer, S. 9, T. Bunker Hill, P. 0. -Bunker Hill, 1871. Cavender, James, Farmer, S. 30, T. Stockbridge, P. 0. Stockbridg-e, 1850. Chaddock, Frank L., Deputy Sheriff, Holt, 1850. Chaddock, J. D., Farmer, S. 8, T. Alaiedon, P. 0. Holt, 1866. Chamberlain, Georg-e S., Farmer, S. 23, T. Locke, P. 0. Locke, 1843. Chambers, C. H., Farmer, S. 6, T. L1eroy, P. 0. Williamston, 1870. Champion, A. J., Farmer, S. 24, T. Lansing, P. 0. Lansing-, 1885. Champs, M. D., Farmer, S. 28, T. Onondag-a, P. 0. Onondag-a, 1828. Chandler, C. H., Farmer, S. 13, T. Locke1, P. 0. Locke, 1860. Chapin, J. W., Farmer, S. 3, T. Vevay, P. 0. E~den, 1848. Chase, J. H., Justice of Peace & Attorney at Law, Lansing-, 1883. Chase, Henry B., Farmer, S. 12, T. Alaiedon, P. 0. Meridian,.1891. Chase, John C., Farmer, S. 27, T. Bunker Hill, P. 0. Fitchburg-, 1855. Cheney, Alonzo, Farmer &. Stock, S. 2, T. Aurelius, P. 0. Mason, 1865. Cheney, David, Farmer & Stock, S. 7, T. Vevay,, P. 0. Mason, 1844. Childs, M. F., Farmer, S. 15, T. Onondaga, P. 0. Onondag-a, 1865. Christian, J. M., Farmer, S. 27, T. Leroy, P. 0. Webberville, 1856. 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Onondag-a. Green, B., Farmer, S. 9, T. Stockbridg-e, P. 0. Stockbridg-e. Green, H. J., Farmer, S. 9, T. Stockbridg-e, P. 0. Stockbridg-e, 1860. Green, J. C., Farmer, S. 9, T. Stockbridg-e, P. 0. Stockbridg-e, 1887. Green, J. T., Farmer, S. 13, T. Alaiedon, P. 0. Meridian, 1872. Greg-ory, A. M., Farmer, S. 17, T. Locke, P. 0. Williamston', 1873. Greg-ory, Mark, Farmer, S. 12, T. Stockbridrre, P. 0. Stockbridg-e, 1868. Gretton, Alonzo V., Farmer, S. t4, T. Aurelius, P. 0. Mason, 1868. Griffin, B3. v., Farmer, S. 11, T. Wheatfield, P. 0. Williamston, 1883. Griffin, R. F., Farmer, S. 24, T. Williamstown, P. 0. Williamston. Griffin, R. F., Dai-ry Farmer, Stock, etc., Mason, 1842. Grimes, D. S., Farmer,' S. 31, T. Wh-ite Oak, P. 0. Stockbridg-e, 1871. Grinnell, A. H., Farmer, S. 35, T. Aurelius, P. 0. Aurelius, 18159. Grinnell, K. H., Farmer & Stock, S. 27, T. Leansing-, P.O.Lansing-, 1873. Grinnell, 0. B., Farmer, S.-27, T. Lansing-, P. 0. Lansing-, 1873. Grinnell, T. J., Farmer, S. 26, T. Au.rel.ins, P. 0. Aurelius, 1860.. Grover, Walter, S. 16, T. Leroy, P. 0. Webberville, 1863. Guile, A. E., Farmer, S. 4, T.. Alaiedon, P. 0. Okemos, 1853. Guile, Benjamin, Retired Farmer, Sý. 4, T. Alaiedon, P. 0. Okemos-, 1837. Guile, H. C., Farmer, S. 4, T. Alaiedon, P. 0. Okemos, 1849. Gulick, Georg-e, Farmer, S. 10, T. Williamstown, P. 0. Williamston, 1853 -Gulick, G. W., Farmer & Stock. -S..15, T. Williamnstown, P. 0. W illiamlston. Gunderman, R., Farmer, S. 3, T. Locke, P. 0.'Perry, 1880. Gunderman, S., Farmer, S. 3, T. Locke, P. 0. Perry, 1868. Gunn, C., Farmer, S. 17, T. Delhi, P. 0. Holt, 1856. Gunsolley, A., Farmer, S. 11, T. Leroy, P.-O. Webber-ville, 1847. Gunther, Henry', Farmner, S. 7, T. Alaiedon, P. 0. Holt, 1873. Gunther, M., Farmer, S. 7, T. Alaiedon, P. 0. Holt, 1873. Haag-, J. C., Farmer, S. 5, T.' Delhi, P.D0. Lansing-, 1862. Hag-ue, J. M., Farmer, S. 5, T. Stockbridg-e,'P. 0. Stockbridge, 1861. Haig-ht, H. J., Farmer, S. 32, T. Alaiedon, P. 0. Mason, 1865. Haig-ht, Melvin, Farmer, S. 20, T. Alaiedon, P- 0. M-ason, 1866.Haines, E. H., Farmer, S. 32, T. Leslie, P. 0-- Leslie,,1867..Halladay, B. I.,, Farmer, S. 25, T. Ingham, P. 0. Dansville, 1867. Hale, Henry, Farmer & Stock, S. 22, T. Williamstown, P. 0. Williamston, 1858. Hale, Daniel, Farmer. S. 14, T. Alaiedon, P. 0. Meridian, 1857. Hale, H., Farmer, S. 229 T. Williamstown, P. 0. Williamston." Hale, Thomas, Farmer, S. 30, T. White Oak, P. 0. Dansville, 1853. Hall, A. J., Cashier Farmers' Bank, Mason, 1862.. Hall, B. F"., President Hall Lumber Co., Lansing-, 1867. Hall,' B. F., Jr.., Assistant Manag-er Hall 11umber'Co., Lansing-, 1872. Hall,' H. A., Secretary & Treasurer Hall Lumber Co., Lansing-, 1879. Hall, Wm. T., Farmer & Stock, S. 31, T. Leslie, P. 0. Leslie, 1867. Hall, H. J., Farmer, S. 35, T. Vevay, P. 0. Eden, 1859. Hall, Sidney, Farmer, S. 2.7, T. Aurelius, P. 0. Aurelius, 1865., Hall, Wm., Farmer, S. 31, T. Leslie, P. 0. Leslie, 1867.' 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Hills, John, Farmer, S. 33, T. Wheatfield, P. 0. Dansville, 1855..* Hill' s, Wm., Farmer, S. 17, T. Wheatfield, P. 0. Williamston, 1852. Himmelber~er, John, Farmer, S. 3, T. Delhi, P. 0. Holt, 1866. Hitnes, F-., Farlmer, S. 31, T. Alaiedon, P. 0. wMason, 1864. Hirnes, Samuel, Farmer & Stock, -S. 22, -T.. Onondaga, P. 0. Onondaga, 1844. Hoag, James, Farmer, S. 6, T. Onondaga, P. 0. E~aton Rapids, 1887. Hobbart, Morris, Farmer, S.. 33, T. Wheatfield, P. 0. Dansville, 1849. Hoffman, Theo., Retired Merchant, Dansville, 1845. Hogeboom, J. C., Farmer, S. 29, T. Aurelius, P. 0. E~aton Rapids, 1870. Holcomb, W. T., Retired Farmer,_ S..7, T., Aurelius, P. 0. Klink, 1865. Holden, C. A., Farmer, S. 349 T. Vevay, P. 0.' E~den, 1844. Holland, D. F., Farmer, S. 10,.T. White Oak, P. 0. Webberville, 1855. Holley, John T., Gen. Mdse, Tile, Brick,- Lumber, etc., North Aurelius, 1854. Holley, EQ. M., Millwright & Carpenter', North Aurelius, 1866. Hollis, C., Farmer, S.-28, T. Vevay, P. 0. E~den, 1849. Holly, 0., Farmer, S. 27,,.T. Delhi, P. 0. Holt, 1846. H 'olmes, John, F armer, S. 8,- T. Stockbridge, P. 0. Stockbridge, 1854. Holmes, A. J., Partner, S. 8, T. Stockbridge, P. 0. Stockbridge, 1874. Holmes, C.', Farmer, S. 29, T. Stockbridge, P.. 0. Stockbridge, 1870.' Holmes,- J. B., Farmer, S. 15, T. Vevay, P. 0. Mason, 1855. Holmes, W. IL, Farmer, S. 8, T. Delhi, P. 0. Lansing, 1840.. Holt, J. C., Farmer, S. 1, T. Ingham, P. 0. Dansville, 1843. Hopkins, C. W., Farmer, S. 32, T. Alaiedon, P. 0. Mason, 1883. Hopkins, L., Farmer, S. 26, T. Aurelius, P. 0. Aurelius, 1854. Horstmah, H., Farmer, S. 17, T. Locke, P. 0. Williamston, 1860. Horton, J. P., Hotel, Mason, 1847. Horton, Albert P., Farmer, S. 165 T. Leroy, P. 0. Webberville, 1853. Horton, W. H., Farmer, S. 33, T. Vevay, P. 0. Eden, 1849. 'Hoskins', C. A., Farmer, S. 29, T. Meridia~n, P. 0. Okem-os, 1867. Hough, W. W., Proprietor Hotel, Okemos, 1875. Howarth, C. C., Farmer, S., 32, T. Williamstown, P. 0. Meridian, 1851. Howarth, M., Farmer, S. 32, T. Williamstown, P. 0. Meridian, 1863. Howell, David, Farmer, S. 9, T. White Oak, P. 0. Dansville, 1839. HuetC.L. are,. 2 T eridian, P. 0.. Okemos, 1860. Hulett, James, Farmer, S. 31, T. 1e~ridian, P.. 0. Okemos, 1862. Hulett, Jesse,, Farmer, -S. 31,'-T1. Meridian, P. 0. 0.kemos, 1854. Hull, G. C., Farmer, S. 29, T. Leslie, P-. 0.. Leslie, 1840. Hulse, E~dwin, Farmer, -S. 7, T. Vevay, P. 0. Mason, 184-4. Hulse, Jacob, Farmer, S. 14, T. Aurelius, P. 0. Mason, 1861. Hummel, J,1, Farmer, S. 24, T. Alaiedon, -P. 0. Mason-, 1864. Hume, E~dward G., Farmer,.s. 17, T. Bunker Hill, P. 0. Bunker Hill, 1866. Hunt, William H., Farmer & Stock, S. 35, T. Onondaga, P. 0. Onondaga, 1854. ~ ' Hunt, J. C., Farmer, S. 28, T. Ingham, P. 0. Dansville. 1854. Huntington, George, Farmer, S. 23, T. Wheatfield, P. 0. Williamston, 1855. Huntley, W.- H., Farmer, S. 229 T. Alaiedon, P. 0. Mason, 1865. Hurd, James, Farmer, S. 13, T. Vevay, P. 0.- Mason, 1840. 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Isham, N., Farmer, S. 26, T. Aurelius, P. 0. Aurelius, 1841. Isham, W. M., Farmer, S. 26, T. Aurelius, P. 0. Aurelius, 1870. Ives, Col. Lucius H., Farmner & Stock (Sunny Side Farm), S.'22, T. Vevay,.P. 0. Mason, 1865. Ives, Melvin B., Farmer, S. 35, T. Wheatfield, P. 0. Dansville, 1889. Ives, S. C., Farmer, S. 35, T. Wheatfield, P. 0.. Dansville', 1838. Ives, W. H., EFarmer, S. 4, T. Stockbridge, P. 0. Stockbridge,'1837. Jackson, Elmer, Farmer,- S. 8, T. White Oak, P. 0. Dansville, 1865. Jackson, George, Farmer, S. 8, T. White Oak, P. 0. Dansville,.1865. Jacobs, E~dwin, Farmer, S. 19, T. Stockbridge, P. 0. Stockbridge. James, C. H., Fa 'rmer & Stock, S. 11, T. Ingham, P. 0. Dansville, 1868. James, Nelson J., Farmer, Contractor & Builder, S. 18, T.. Bunker Hill, P. 0. Leslie, 1868. Jason, J. H., Farmer, S. 2, T. Williamstown, P. 0. Shaftsburg, 1878. Jennings, D. B., Farmer, S. 33, T. Aurelius, P. 0. E~aton Rapids, 1844. Jenning-s, I. R., Farmer, S. 29, T. Aurelius, P. 0. 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Whipple, J. C., Farmer, S. 10, T. Ingham, P. 0. Dansville, 1845. Whipple, R. W., Farmer, S. 9, T. Ingham, P. 0. Dansville, 1838. Whipple, Thomas, Farmer, S. 10, T. Ingham, P. 0. Dansville, 1844. White, Foster, Farmer, S. 30, T. Aurelius, P. 0. Eaton Rapids, 1865. Whitehead, N., Farmer, S. 15, T. Leroy, P. 0. Webberville, 1873. Whiting, D. B., Farmer, S. 1, T'. Onondaga, P. 0. Mason, 1875. Whiting, L. D., Farmer, S. 1, T. Onondaga, P. 0. Mason. 1894. Whitebeck, J. H., Farmter, S. 19, T. Onondaga, P. 0. Onondaga, 1880. Whiteley, Walter, Farmer, S. 34, T. Lansing, P. 0. Lansing, 1832. Whitmore, D. P., Rogers Manufacturing Co., Mason. Whitmore, S. H., Farmer, S. 29, T. Lansing, P. 0. Lansing, 1864. Whitney, J. B., Farmer, S. 9, T. Onondaga,P. 0. Onondaga, 1885. Wiegman, I., Farmer, S. 9, T. Delhi, P. 0. Holt, 1864. Wieland, Charles, Farmer, S. 6, T. Alaiedon, P. 0. Lansing, 1881. Wilbur, John, Farmer, S. 11, T. Leslie, P. 0. Leslie, 1848. Wilbur, T., Farmer, S. 15, T. Leslie, P. 0. 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Wixson, Cashier, Williamston. Willett, Sidney, Farmer & Stock, S. 26, T. Vevay, P. 0. Mason, 1854. Willett, A. J., Farmer, S. 35, T. Vevay, P. 0. Eden, 1854. Willett, H. B., Farmer, S. 29, T. Vevay, P. 0. Eden, 1857. Willits, W. F., Farmer, S. 20, T. Alaiedon, P. 0. Mason, 1855. Willson, J. S., Buggies, Agricultural & Farm Implements, Leslie, 1866. Wilson, Geo. W., Farmer & Stock, S. 4, T. Aurleius, P. 0. North Auerlius, 1844. Wilson, R. W., Farmer & Stock, S.13, T. White Oak, P. 0. losco, 1870. Wilson, W. 0., Farmer, Stock Breeder, S. 28, T. Meridian, P. 0. Okemos, 1856. Wilson, J., Eaton Rapids. Wilson, A. B., Farmer, S. 5, T. Aurelius, P. 0. North Aurelius, 1872. Wilson, C. S., Farmer, S. 3, T. Aurelius, P. 0. North Aurelius, 1845. Wilson, Geo., Farmer, S. 9, T. Stockbridge, P. 0. Stockbridge, 1852. Wilson, G. S., Farmer, S. 36, T. Alaiedon, P. 0. Mason, 1867. Wilson, Thos., Farmer, S. 25, T. Williamstown, P. 0. Williamston. Winchel, C. A., Livery, Sale & Feed Stables, Leslie, 1882. Winchel, K. B., Farmer, S. 8, T. White Oak, P. 0. Dansville, 1842. Winchel, L., Farmer, S. 16, T. Stockbridge, P. 0. Stockbridge, 1851. Winchel, N. T., Farmer, S. 21, T. Stockbridge, P. 0. Stockbridge, 1850. Winfield, J. N., Farmer, S. 12, T. Aurelius, P. 0. Mason, 1892. Wing, Horace, Farmer, S. 30, T. Leslie, P. 0. Leslie, 1872. Winters, C. T., Farmer, S. 32, T. Meridian, P. 0. Okemos, 1865. Winters, J. K., Farmer, S. 20, T. Bunker Hill, P. 0. Leslie,.1872. Winters, J. P., Farmer, S. 20, T. Bunker Hill, P. 0. Leslie, 1870. Winters, T. M., Physician, Dansville, 1868. Wixson, B., Cashier, Williamston State Bank, Williamston. Wixson, George, Farm. Gardner, S. 10, T. Aurelius, P. 0. Mason, 1881. Wixson, H. N., Gardner, S. 15, T. Aurelius, P. 0. Mason, 1880. Wohlfahrt, C. F.,.Harness Merchant, Holt, 1881. Wolf, Aug., Farmer, S. 23, T. Alaiedon, P. 0. Mason, 1887. Wolford, J. W., Real Estate & Loans, Lansing. Wolverton, L. F., Farmer, S. 33, T. Wheatfield, P. 0. Dansville, 1882. Wood, A. F., Farmer, S. 6, T. Vevay, P. 0. Mason, 1866. Wood, Benj. S., Farmer & Stock, S. 32, T. Bunker Hill, P. O. Leslie, 1867. Wood, C. C. (Wood & Wood), Law & Collections, Commercial & Corporation Law Specialties, Lansing, 1863. Wood, C. H., Firmrner, S. 12, T. Delhi, P. 0. Leslie, 1839. Wood, E. E., Farmer, S. 22, T. Ingham, P. 0. Bunker Hill, 1863. Wood, John, Farmer, S. 17, T. Leslie, P. 0. Leslie, 1894. Wood, Mrs. P., Farmer, S. 32, T. Bunker Hill, P. 0. Leslie, 1867. Wood, R. E. (Wood & Wood), Law & Collections, Commercial & Corporation Law Specialties, Lansing, 1893. Wood, W. B., Farmer, S. 20, T. Wheatfield, P. 0. Williamston, 1875. Woodland, C. M., Farmer & Stock, S. 11, T. Leslie, P. 0. Leslie, 1850. Woodworth, Dr. Fred D., Physician, Onondaga, 1872. Woodworth, James, Farmer & Stoek, S. 35, T. Meridian, P. 0. Meridian, 1865. Wooley, George, Farmer, S. 34, T. Onondaga, P. 0. Onondaga, 1845. Worden, G. H., Farmer. S. 20, T. Stockbridge, P. 0. Stockbridge, 1857. Worfle, M. A., Grocer, Dansville, 1857. Worters, W.. H.,-Farmer, S. 11, T. Leroy, P. 0. Webberville, 1868. Wright, Dennis, Farmer & Stock, S. 11, T. Vevay, P. 0. Mason, 1872. Wright, James, Farmer & Stock, S. 16, T. Alaiedon, P. 0. Mason, 1879. Wright, B. B., Farmer, S. 14, T. Leslie, P. 0. Leslie, 1865. Wright, H. J., Farmer, S. 33, T. Locke, P. 0. Williamston, 1858. Wright, 0. D., Road Commissioner, Holt, 1859. Wright, Robert, Farmer, S. 11,. T. Leslie, P. 0. Leslie, 1865. Wright, S. W., Farmer, S. 6, T. Lansing, P. 0. Lansing, 1876. Wright, W., Farmer, S. 8, T. Aurelius, P. 0. North Aurelius, 1882. Wright, W., Farmer, S. 1, T. Delhi, P. 0. Holt, 1857. Wyman, S., Farmer & Stock, S. 35, T. Leslie, P. 0. Leslie, 1872. Young, Cassius, Farmer & Stock, S. 11, T. Vevay, P. 0 Mason, 1861. Young, H. M., Farmer, Graded Stock, S. 20, T. Vevay, P. 0. Mason, 1869. Young, R. R., Farmer & Stock, S. 20, T. Vevay, P. 0. Mason, 1847. Young, C. S., Justice of Peace, S. 3, 'T. White Oak, P. O. Webberville, 1871. Young, Perry, Farmer, S. 27, T. Meridian, P. 0. Okemos, 1849. Yunker, H. N., Farmer, S. 8, T. Delhi, P. 0. Lansing, 1882. Zeitz, W., Farmer, S. 5, T. Aurelius, P. 0. North Aurelius, 1881. Zickgraff, L,, Farmer, S. 22, T. Delhi, P. 0. Holt, 1874. Zimmer, Peter, Farmer, S. 3, T. Wheatfield, P. 0. Williamston, 1847.

Page  99 INGHAM COUNTY ILLUSTRATIONS 99 STATE CAPITOL, Lansing, Miich. J. E. ST. JOHN, Supt. "The Industrial School for Boys," Lansing, Mich. LEWIS G. GORFON, President Agricultural College. RESIDENCE OF E.,R. HAWLEY-SECTION 24. Bunker Hill Township. ^'

Page  100 i00 INGHAM COUNTY ILLUSTRATIONS C So* I A, Alaiii or, C. J. RAYNER, President Rogers Manufacturing Co., Mason. Mich. HUGH BLAKELEY, Section 5, Bunker Hill Township. D. P. WHITMORE, Gein'1 Manager Rogers Manufacturing Co., Mason, Miich. GEO. 0. CLIPPERT. CLIPPER & SPAULDING'S BRICK AND TILE YARDS. 0. E. SPAULDING. Manufacturers of All Kinds of Brick and Tile (both Red and White Brick). Ornamental Brick made on Short Notice. Lansing, Mich.

Page  101 INGHAM COUNTY ILLUSTRATIONS I0I JOHN KEELER, MRS. JOHN KEELER, Alaiedon Township. Alaiedon Township. WILLIAM H. CLARK, Mason, Mich. CLIFFORD C. FOSTER, Okemos, Mich. ELIJAH BROOKS. MRS. ELIJAH BROOKS. RESIDENCE OF ELIJAH BROOKS, SECTION 1, VEVAY TOWNSHIP.

Page  102 102 INGHAM COUNTY ILLUSTRATIONS A. A. BAKER, Dealer in All Kinds of Property, N. Aurelius, Mich. COL. L. H. IVES, Vevay Township. T. G. KING, Proprietor Hotel Kirkwood, Lansing, Mich. G. M. TOWAR. TOWAR GROVE FARM. MRS. G. M. TOWAR. Residence of Geo. M. Towar, Section 6, Meridian Township.

Page  103 INGHAM COUNTY ILLUSTRATIONS 103 TENANT HdUSE. RESIDENCE OF ADDISON BATES, Section 5, Ingham Township, and Section 32, Wheatfield Township. PLAT OF FARM. D. E. McPHERSON, Proprietor of Farmers' Sheds, 311 Grand St., N., Lansing. JOEL SMITH, Alaiedon Township. JAMES MARKEY'S LIVERY AND GRANITE WORKS, Lansing, Mich.

Page  104 104 INGOH AM COUNTY IL LU STRATI ON S JB. THORBURN. RESIDENCE OF J. B. THORBURN. MRS. J. S. THORBURN. Sections 23, 24, 25 and 26, Delhi Township. a4 *WNao 0*0 set0,ý 1 0,gte-0 04* JOHN McCREARY, S;ecti~o 26, Locke Township. RESIDENCE OF JOHN MoCREARY, Section 26, Locke Township.

Page  105 INGHAM COUNTY ILLUSTRATIONS IO5 E. H. NORTHRUP, Vevay Township. MRS. E. H. NORTHRUP, Vevay Township. IL L. W. BAKER, Holt, Mich. WM. N. WEVER, Meridian Township. JOHN GILLULY, Williamston Township. H. V. TALLMAN, Alaiedon Township. RAYNER PARK.-Residence of W. H. Rayner, Mason, Mich. WOMEN

Page  106 .io6 o6 INGHAM COUNTY. ILLUSTRATIONS RESIDENCE OF D. E. WATTS, Sections i and 2, fngham Township. r - S~ 'T ~&A'AW~r? ~VJ0&At ZM~.X\~. ~R&N% ~t 0'? '?A2SWZ nVR&'?~ '2W s~ wex ~ swwws.t wVWx ~o'& OV&WE. ~ 4 tO Oc~~X- -CIV '&--%In~~ 0.'GMA-ni0 -~~--n0~ -ti?z--oG. ox,~ j~t7ttt~~ -L' ~ '--'- -~t~- -Sfri&SL~Jj~iz ~7114J THE WORLD43 WEALTHDEBT, MONEY, POPULATIONETC. ýq C. N. FLANSBURGH, Leslie, Mich. Small Frhuits and Plants. Choice Strawberries a Specialty. Plants Gua'ra-nteed to all parts of U. S. and Canada.. Annual Catalogue Free to All.

Page  I tft-Fm M" -v4,- "M -" rem mro" mrm% e-"- rmrL. ^ "" "" e" W" lk 0%4ý Or MFMNL P" mqM EVM Aqm=% mqmmrg wqýq EMN MPW OM" Li JLN JL'JtJLJ &'L~Jtj.Lat^JNs.LI LiU.tG V..L X 0 L ANALYSIS OFf THE SYS'J pOR I |] OP IP P to th~ e time of the Rnvolutionary War, or until about the beginning of the present century, land, when parcelled out, and L~j1 ^^~ sold or granted, was described by " Metes and Bounds," and that system is still in existence in the following States, or in those portions of them which had been sold or granted when the present plan of surveys was adopted, viz.: New Yotk, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, North and South Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, Kentucky, Texas, [jih and the six New England States. To describe land by "Metes and Bounfds," is to have a known land-mark for a place of beginning, 1K! and then follow a line according to the compass-needle (or magnetic bearing), or the course of a stream, or track of an ancient high- East 150 1 way. This plan has resulted in endless confusion and litigation, as land-marks decay and change, and it is a well-known fact that [ the compass-needle varies and does not always point due North. 0S S As an example of this plan of dividing lands, the following description of a farm laid out by Metes and Bounds," is given:? "Beginning at a stone ohi-the Bank of Doe River, at a point where the highway from A. to B. crosses said river (see point marked C. "On fnL on Diagram 1); thence 40~ North of West 100 rods to a large stump; thence 100 North of West 90 rods; thence 15' West of North 80 'rods to an oak tree (see Witness Tree on Diagram 1); thence due East 150 rods to the highway; thence following the course of the T highway 50 rods due North; thence 5' Northiof East 90 rods; thence 450 East of South 60 rods; thence 100 North of East 300 rods to the Doe River' thence following the course of the river Southwesterly to the place of beginning." This, which is a very simple [jU and moderate description by "Metes and Bounds," would leave the boundaries of the farm as shown in Diagram 1. I~~~ I=^=== TEIANS AND BASE LIXS 1100 - 50 wo9 300 8 B H 7&LOA S O f I N- uREGINA. _, O s ROY M ATH.......-..AVESeTR' <R1 ~ 1TH0 TA% PA S V_; z z 0179 NPTSE A^\ 559 -- IS^ ARC-".. 9TH'* op 9( H^^ & -5T -;SATHA B5 4W rss01T it i~1^^S:^ -t: ^ i.^oNwc Twrn 924< - -Ps 5--- T~f--- ^ ^\ / '" _ i _. PAVL' ^ s y!*K. i ~~ 13TH! *::ty FOUT 01 12TH 1 - 21T -TH <1205--P" J~~~ ~~ LUX^^ Sf^^Q ^5 ^==== S!4:!^AJ-l==^~ ~~-h-~^r~iT 11T-^- -- I Ii^J^ T~^T '--_SiJs ^ _^ S^ q b~~ H ~\/ ^^ ^E - " / *s rTi-^7-J^ 3i5r*-TP 7Uj 3L ~ 1I -MH -^BJj j ^.j0,^~j' I' DIAGRAM 1. go R. '300-- -i ^. 1 V 44-t ''TIMEBEB Scale, 100' ROO ~ Oste fte ll Surtov e. to Sth wqg. L HE present system 50 800 | of Governmental enwich. L and Surveys was adopted by Congress on the 7th of May, =FJ 'N 1785.'It has been in use. - Lever since and is the legal method of describing and ^ dividing lands. It is called th^e "Rectangular System," S- that is, all its distances and bearings are measired from two lines which are at right Go\ angles to each other, vIZ. These two lines, fronm which F1| oath -^ the weasurements are miade, \flM Ch4nne Q a-re the Principal Meridians, jlj o^F^ -^. which run N-orth and. South, ^ #?T " ^ and the Bae Lines^, which s s~y~d=4 ^ - * run East and West. These (|^^ ^: Principal Meridians are Cs- ^jj ^ 1 ac tablished, with great aoeu- tir,-^-^^Z racy b^ y astcronomical obser- ^!J ''^ K r 1^ vations. Each Principai IEA C)-- ^/ Meridian has its Base Line, T\ oNEe ^ and these two lines form the \ QRi STAN!. 8TH T - A NSN 0. AN. PEJSQN PR - - S40< - -9 U HESMOIN I - & 2ND R sr..2-N -ORR, - 2 O ~ _ _ 2 T c 69 T H 0 8: L N E S7~ T H --C T Si Ii I-^^^E^^ - ^ - A 9 5^Tf~ EASE] LIN 7TH STAN.^-J^^ PAR.I~ NOrKP^ J^ fa T^ STA PA &'S L ^ ocoj B't4T9 -^ *^ ^ B HA, I T i. T ERR ^T 0 R B H PAR / 1: 4m mmmm. Ip u EL. -4 E S P 40': P.IOS LLOI T - - -sasE LaPA If] // UA U e. HG3\^ \ ^I QALVESTON Scctieolf ENTERED ACCORDING TO ACT OF CONGRESSJ IN THE YEAR 1895, BY GEt' A- OGLE & CO., IN THE OFFICE OF THE LIBARIAN OF CONGRESS AT p *'B T; surveys or measurement of saTSE all the lands within the terrW L\ Jritory which they control. *"[f"^ F~L^'o'^-^ Diagram 2 shosalfte fl vi <f\PrincipalMeridians and Base B ^f^ ines in the central portion k \\ n.T^ of the United States, and in \ \\ZE 40 from it the territory gov-jfh] %l^A T I erned by each Meridian and A - ^^t4J NAVQLBase Line may be readily j] r.INCIN$P distinguished. Each Merid- W lian and Base Line is marked > <^^0with its proper number or.Lfif CCIAU n name, as are also the StandR E LI NE:FRANKrOU! ard Parallels and guide (or I /LOUI V IL auxiliary) Meridians. jaj a is Diagram 3 illustrates what [\M ^ ^O ^ is meant when this method nl is termed the "Rectangular LW 77 107-/ System," and how the measS YIL ^urements are based on lines L\ QIIAS U v which run at right angles to ('i each other. The heavy line LU] J.....--- running,North and South.fjjl sE L^'1HE ' ^ (marked A. A.) represents 121 an ni the Principal Meridian, in j S V \ / this case say the 5th Principal IJJil Meridian. The heavy line AT running East and West 121 (marked B. B.) is the Base z, ""Line. These lines are used W1 as the starting points or basis nrj of all measurements or sar- Li ^ ^veys made in territory con- WI trolled by the 5th Principal Lijl Meridian. The same fact fU2J applies to all other Principal WI SBASE^ Meridians and their Base IFUJ 'T - N Lines. Commencing at the lYf1I --Principal Meridian, at interrs.. vals of six miles, lines are LW runNorthandSouth, parallel jnJ - to the Meridian. This plan J111 d/s4 is followed both East and West of-the Meridian lIfl 0., -__= ' throughout the territory W 9_55 controlled by the Meridian. WASHINGTON 0, 0 -

Page  II 0=M=l==J=ZV==mTrm = srrrr~ZrTT i. tl~TED ST.4&WSS LJA.^fl srnr-s^'-s-S nL H- -1-d These lines are termed "Range Lines." They divide the land into strips or divisions six miles wide, extending North and South, parallel with the Merid: - Each division is called a Range. Ranges are numbered from one upward, commencing at the Meridian; and their numbers are indicated by Ror l" characters. For instance, the first division (or first six miles) west of the Meridian is Range I. West; the next is Range II. West; then comes Range I!- IV., V., VI., VII., and so on, until the territory governed by another Principal Meridian is reached. In the same manner the Ranges East of the Merit Sare numbered, the words East or West being always used to indicate the direction from the Principal Meridian. See Diagram 3. Hi Commencing at the Base Line, at intervals of six miles, lines are run East and West parallel with the Base L-me. These are designated as Towns SLines. They divide the land into strips or divisions six miles wide, extending East and West, parallel with the Base Line. This plan is followed t SNorth and South of the Base Line until the territory governed by another Principal Meridian and Base Line is reached. These divisions or Townships A iorth of the Base Line is Township 1 North; the next is Township 2 North; then comes Township 3, 4, 5, and 6, North, and so on. The same plai Sfollowed South of the Base Line; the Townships being designated as Township 1 South, Township 2 South, and so on. The "North" or "South" initials N. or S. being generally used) indicates the direction from the Base Line. See Diagram 3. S These Township and Range Lines, crossing each other, as shown in Diagram 3, form squares, which are called "Townships" or "Government Townshi which are six miles square, or as nearly that as it is possible to make them. Thes6 Townships are a very important feature in locating or describing a p of land. The location of a Government Township, however, is very readily found when the number of the Township and Range is given, by me rI counting the number indicated from the Base Line and Principal Meridian. As an example of this, Township 8 North, Range 4, West of the 5th Princ Meridian, is at once located on the square marked * on Diagram 3, by counting eight tiers north of the Base Line and 4 tiers west of the Meridian. STOWNSHIPS OF LAND. D 4 <T..DIAGRAM 4, SOWNSHIPS are the largest sub- S.Ft B. la ||I - 1 | divisions of land run out by the sR;5&80A.so47A 454.4A45A'A4AS S ~ 4.2i. { A. t..A. I T United States Surveyors. In the "A---__- --- - -.- ___ ^!1I Governmental Surveys Township 77R R A 1 Linesjare the first to be run, and a Township 6 4 SCorner is established every six miles and 78 __ __ marked. This is called "Townshipping. " 4. A.. After the Township Corners have been care- so80 R. Sfullylocatedthe Section and Quarter Section a A. Corners are established. Each Township is sL2 R. ian. nan DIAGRAM a[. RANGES WEST OF 6TO P Bf. A RANGES EAST OP STll P.M. ýh ip I, Sion 1---------------------- 1 n is ia [ (tb e ps- _-*- - (are, - V^ 0 7s 0, (-__-I_ _ iee e 07 _ _ _ _ _ ipalt o - - _ 6_ __ _._ ____ wpS Sg 4 L.. 4 B A E.....LA 'A vx Sv Wv P rrn P.. A.ii RA iv v STP,RASa'CEE8 W-ESTO~"TR P.M., KANG'E8 EA.&ff OF 5TH P.M,., fr=inl J six miles square anct contains.3,040 acres, i ii. I #LI i # P, or 36 square miles, as near as it is possible to make them. This, however, is frequently made impossible by: (1st) the presence of lakes and large streams; (2nd) by State boundaries not falling exactly on Township Lines; (3rd) by the convergence of Meridians or curvature of the earth's surface; and (4th) by inaccurate surveys. Each Township, unless it is one'of'the exceptional cases referred to, is divided into 36 squares, which are called Sections. These Sections are intended to be one mile, or 320 rods, square and contain 640 acres of land. Sections are numbered consecutively from 1 to 36, as shown on Diagram 4. Beginning with Section 1 in the Northeast Corner, they run West to 6, then East to 12, then West to 18, and so on, back and forth, until they end with Section 36 in the Southeast Corner. Diagram 4 shows a plat of a Township as it is divided and platted by the government surveyors. These Townships are called Government Townships or Congressional Townships, to distinguish them from Civil Townships or organized Townships, as frequently the lines of organized Townships do not conform to the Government Township lines. SECTIONS OF LAND. H Th [m m, TIAGRAM 5 illustrates how a section 1. may be subdivided, although the -17I'. Diagram only gives a few of the (43 R. ________.._________ many subdivisions into which a. section may be divided. All Sections (except fractional Sections) are supposed to be 320 rods, or one mile, square and therefore contain 640 acres-a number easily divisible. Sections are subdivided into fractional parts to suit the convenience of the owners of the land. A half-section contains 320 acres; a quarter-section contains 160 acres; half of a quarter contains 80 acres, and quarter of a quarter contains 40 acres, and so on. Each piece of land is described according to the portion of the section which it embraces-as the Northeast quarter of Section 10; or the Southeast quarter of the Southeast quarter of Section 10. Diagram 5 shows how many of these subdivisions are platted, and also shows the plan of designating and describing them by initial letters as each parcel of land on the Diagram is marked with its description.. As has already been stated, all Sections (except Fractional Sections which are explained elsewhere) are supposed to contain 640 acres, and even though mistakes have been made in surveying, as is frequently the case, making sections larger or smaller than 640 acres, the.Government recognizes no variation, but sells or grants each regular section as containing 640 acres.'more -or less." The Government Surveyors are not required to subdivide sections'by running lines within them, but they usually establish Quarter Posts' on Section Lines on each side of a section at the.. points marked A. B. C. and D. on Diagram 5. After establishing Township corners,.Section "_ Lines are the next to be run, and section cor--- ners are established. When these are carefully DIAGRAM 5. located the Quarter Posts are located at points as nearly equidistant between Section Corners as # possible. These corners when established by Government Surveyors cannot be changed, even though it is conclusively shown that mistakes have been made which cause some sections or C N.E. E. 4 quarter sections to be either larger or smaller i ' ' than others. The laws, however, of all the ) States-provide certain rules for local surveyors < to follow in dividing Sections into smaller S160 A. parcels of land than has been outlined in the S e' 10. -. --- Governmental surveys. For instance, in dividS co ing a quarter section into two parcels, the disN. / V2 of S. EA 1/4 ance between the Government Corners is carefully measured and the new post is located at a " 80 A. point equidistant between them. This plan is N. A Mof S.W. - followed in running out ""eighties," "forties," of s.E. L s.E.4 "twenties," etc. In this way, if the Govern(20 A.) of S.E.'/4 ment division overruns or falls short, each s A.1Ofsw portion gains or loses its proportion. This is -of S.E. Y _________ (20 A.) 40 A. not the case, however, with Fraetional Sections SUBDIVIDING,A SECTION along the North or West sides of a Township, or adjoining a lake orltarge-stream. _. ..... _..,:.::-_,.:o,.!,...,;..:_,;,2 ,........r FRACTIONAL PIECES OF LAND. " _...... ONGRESSIONAL Townships vary S.....considerably as to size and boundaries. ^E....Mistakes made in surveying and theS..., fact that Meridians converge as they' "^ "run North cause every Township to vary 15 14 more or less from the 23,040 acres which a S.perfect Township would contain. See SSDiagram 4. In arranging a Township into S'Sections all the surplus or deficiency of land ------g.-- is given to, or taken from, the North and S""West tiers of Sections.~ In other words, all ""t~ ISections in the Township are made full-\ f S. i a 640 acres-except those on the North and J 22.^.^,.jj 23 s 2 24 West, which are given all the land that is a ^ l left after forming the other 25 Sections. t & ' SH ~TIMBER Diagram 4 illustrates how the surplus or _ _ ______! deficiency is distributed and the Sections it ------ s.. -----affects. It will be seen that Sections 1, 2, ^ 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 18, 19, 30 and 31, are the Sc"Fractional Sections," or the Sections ~ which are affected if the Township overruns 27 26 2 25 or falls short. Inside of these Fractional L Sections, all of the surplus or deficiency of \ land (over or under 640 acres) is carried to ~ / \ the "forties" or "eighties" that touch the....----- '....Township Line. These pieces of land are called "Fractional Forties" or "Fractional Eighties," as the case may be. Diagrams 4..."...-"" and 6 show the manner of marking the 3.4 36" acreage and outlining the boundaries of.. "t these "Fractions." SDiagram 6 illustrates how the surplus or L deficiency of land inside of these Sections is -. distributed and which "forties"or "eighties" itaffects. From this arrangement it will be seen that in any Section that touches the North or West Township Lines, the Southeast Quarter may be full-160 acres-while another quarter of the same Section may be much larger or smaller. Frequently these fractional "forties" or "eighties" arc lotted as shown in Diagram 6. They are always described as fractional tracts of land, as the "fractional S. W. J of Section 6," etc. Of course those portions of these Sections which are not affected by these valiations are described in the usual manner-as Southeast - of Section 6. As a rule Townships are narrower at the North than at the Soutlih side. The Meridians of Longitude (which run North and South) converge as they run North and South from the Equator. They begin at the Equator with a definite width between them and gradually converge until they all meet at the poles. Now, as the Range linesare run North and South, it will at once be seen that the convergence of Meridians will cause every Congressional Township (North of the Equator) to be narrower at its North than at its South side, as stated. See Diagram 4. In addition to this fact, mistakes of measurement are constantly and almost unavoidably made in running both Township and Range lines, and if no new starting points DAR M were established the lines would DIAGRAM 6. become confused and unreliable, and r. _.- -..... the size and shape of Townships " LOT 4. LOT 3. LOT 2. LOT 1. materially affected by the time the I surveys had extended even a hundred I d 85 83 [ 80.5 %milesfrom the Base Line and Princi- 62 AC. g ACRES. ACRES. ACRES. pal Meridian. In order to correct the surveys and variatioiis caused 5 us. m. u by the difference of latitude and LOT a. straighten -the lines, "Correction.. Lines" (or Guide Meridians and 29 AC. AR. S ACRES. ^ Standard Parallels) are established at C A S frequent intervals, usually as follows: iD _ North of the Base Line a Correction 58-U. -- n.....-'--( - -_,- ---- Line is run East and West parallel LoT 6 160 Rods. with the Base Line, usually every. 43 2 AC. (6 twenty-four miles. South of the 232 AC c Base Line a Correction Line is usually a established every thirty miles. Both 64 --. 160 ACRES, LOX 7 East and West of the Principal LOT 7 Meridian "Correction Lines" are. 0: usu'l4 37 AC. 00 usually established every 48 miles. 37 AC All Correction Lines are located by 7 Rd.. 6. careful measurement, and the sue- 4 R. 80 Rods..160 Rodso. ceeding surveys are based upon PLAT OF A FRACTIONAL SECTION. them. _________________ JLs H H ~a J Sj j lu n U frdifi Li =ffl r7---T r7m7-. r7=-T rr=ý-, r777-5 rE r3-0 A-] a -F-Iýl a 11 E a S R -1:5 a El i a - 5- R 9 i 2 Ec i f 19 R 9!f =-J= 9 ý ýlm ENTERED ACCORDING TO ACT OF CONGRESS IN THE YEAR 1895, BY EO. A.. OGLE & CO., IN THE OFFICE OF THE LBARIAN OF CONGRESS AT WASHINGTON, D. C. ENTERED ACCORDING TO ACT OF CONGRESS; IN THE YEAR 1895, BY GEO. A., OGLE & CO., IN THE OFFICE OF THE LIBARIAN OF CONGRESS AT WASHINGTON, D. C3.

Page  III SUPPLEMENT Ill, - 4zý *-ý DIGEw'S I OP SYS*rETN4 OF' CIVIlw GOVP-,,,FZNMBN-r. DIGEST OF THE SYSTEM.11 OF CIVIL GOVER.NMENT, WITH A REVIEW OF THE DUTIES AND POWERS OF THE PRINCIPAL OFFICIALS CONNECTED WITH THE VARIOUS BRANCHES OF NATIONAL, STATE, COUNTY AND TOWNSHIP GOVERNMENT. NATIONAL GOVERNMENT, specifi'c powers, strictly outlined and defined by a written conT HE GOVERNMENT of the United States is one of limited and stitution The constitution- was adopted in 1787, and, with the amendments that have since been made, it forms the basis of the entire fabric of government under which we live. The constitution created three distinct branches of government, each of which is entirely separate and distinct from the.others. They are the executive, legislative and judicial departments. The constitution specifically vests the executive power in the President, but all members of the cabinet are usually classed with -the executive depaitment; the legislative power is held by Congress, and the judicial authority i's vested in the Supreme Court and various other courts which Congress has provided for in pursuance'of the provisions of the constitution. It has been the aim of these pages to explain each of these different.branches of government, and to briefly 'review the duties and powers of the principal- officials connected with each department. The President and Vice-President are elected by popularvo.te, but the vote of each State is separate, so that a candidate may have a large majority of the aggregate popular vote of the country and yet fail to be elected. The Presidential election is held on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November, when Presidential electors are chosen in.and for the various States, each State having as many electors as it has representatives in both branches of Congress. The electors are chosen by the ballots of the people of their States, and all the electors of a State constitute an electoral college. The electors meet in each State at the cap a n the first Wednesday in December following a National elec-- tion and vote for President and Vice-President, certificates of which are forwarded to the P ' resident of the Senate, at Washington, who, on the second Wednesday in February opens the certificates and counts the votes in the presence of- both Houses of Congress and declares the result; and the -final step is the inauguration, which takes place on the 4th of March. The law provides that if neither of the candidates have a Majority then the House of Representatives shall elect a- President from the three candidates receiving the highest electoral vote. In elections of this kind each State is entitled to only one vote, and two-thirds of the States form a quorum. 111RESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. The President is the highest executive officer of the United States. He is elected for the term of four years, and receives a salary Of $50,000. per annum. He must be thirty-five years old or more, and a -native-born citizen of the United States. The President is charged with a general supervision over the faithful execution of laws passed by Congress, and has supervision over all executive departments of the government.. He appoints a Cabinet of eight officials who become the heads of the various r1i--nqrfrnf-i1fq n1irl fhese denartments are intended to be managed and The -President consults frequently with his Cabinet, and nearly all important official matters are discussed by that body. In case the office of President becomes vacant through the death, removal or resignation of the incumbent, the law provides that the office shall in turn be filled by the Vice-President, Secretary of State, and other Cabinoýt Ministers in regular order. VICE -PRESIDENT, the' Vice-President' of the United States is elected for the term of four years, and receives a salary of $ioooo-. In case of the death, removal or resignation of the President,, the Vice-President succeeds him. The chief duty of the Vice-President is to act as the presiding officer of the Senate. He has no vote in the Senate, except in cases of a tie, or an equal division of the members of that body. The Vice-President administers the oath of office to the Senators. STATE DEPARTMENT. The head of this department is the Secretary of State, who is appointed by the President as a member of the' Cabinet, and receives a salary of $8,ooo per year. The law provides that in case the office of President becomes vacant, through the death, removal or resignation of both the President and Vice-President, the ' Secretary of State assumes the duties of the Presidency. The Secretary of State may be said to be the official Secretary of the President, and countersigns all commissions issued by the President. The Secretary of State is the head of the Department of State and is the chief diplomatic. officer of the United States. In his department and under his supervision is conducted the public business relating to foreign affairs; to correspondenceg commissions or instructions to or with public Ministers from the United States; or to negotiations with'Ministers from foreigný States; or to memorials or othe ' r applications from foreigners, or foreign public Ministers, or citizens of this country in foreign lands, or complications arising therefrom. The Secretary of State also has charge of all other business connected with foreign affairs, extradition matters and diplomatic officers; furnishing passports to vessels going to foreign countries, etc., and has charge of the Great Seal of the United States. Connected with the Department of State and for'ming a part of it in the crreat work of performing and caring for the duties outlined are the following bureaus:. The Diplomatic Bureau, which looks after the affairs pertaining toforeign governments. I The Consular Bureau, correspondence with consulates. The Bureau of Indexes and Archives, the duties of which are to cypen the official mai Is, pr. epare an abstract of the daily correspondence and an index of it, and superintend miscellaneous work of department. The Bureau of Accounts, in which all of the finances of the department. are looked'after ) such as the custody and disbursement of appropriations; also indemnity funds and bonds; also care of the building and property of the department, etc. The Bureau of Rolls and Library, which is charged with the custody of treaties, rolls, public documents, etc.; has care of revolutionary archives, of international commissi6ns, superintendence'of library, etc. The Bureau of Statistics, for the preparation of reports on commercial relations. The. chiefs of all of these bureaus receive $2,100 per year. In addition to these there are connected Nvith the State Department the offices of translator, at $2,100 per year; assistant secretary, $4,500; second assistant secretary, $3,500; third assistant secretary, $3,500; solicitor., 83,500; chief clerk, $2,750; clerk to Secretary of State, $2,000; passport clerk, $1,400.. Besides these there are the various comptrollers, audit-' ors, clerks and assistants, which number well up into the thousands. TREASERY DEPARTMENT. This department was organized in 1789. The head of this department, known as the- Secretary of the Treasury, is appointed by the President, is a member of the Cabinet, and receives a salary of $8,000 per annum. The Treasury Department is one of the most important branches of the national government, as it has charge of the financial affairs of the government, custody of public f unds,- collection of revenue and maintenance of public credit. Among the many import-ant duties devolving upon this department are the following: It attends to the collection of all internal revenues and duties on imports, and the prevention of frauds in these departments. All claims and demands, either by the United States or against them, and all the accounts in which the United States are interested, either as debtorg or creditors, must be settled and adjusted in the Treasury Department. This department also includes the Bureau of the Mint, in which the government coin and moneys are manufactured. The Treasury Department authorizes the organization of national banks and has supervision over them; has charge of the coast surveys, the lighthouses, marine hospitals, etc. It has charge of all moneys belonging to the United States.; designates depositories of public moneys, keeps a complete and accurate system of accounting, showing the receipts and di ' sburse.ments of the Treasury, and makes reports at stated intervals showing,,.the condition of public finances, public expenditures and the public debt. I. There are a great many very iinpOftant official-s"c-binnected with the Treasury Department, chief among which are the following, viz.: Private secretary of the head of the department, 'at'V,400 per year; three assistant secretaries, at $4,500 each; chief clerk, $3,000; chief, of appointment division, $2,750; chief -of warrants division, $2,750; cbief'of public moneysdivision, $2,500; chief of customs division, $2,700; acting chief of revenue marine divisibn',..$2,500; chief of stationery -division, $2,500; chief -of loans and currency division, $2,500; chief of miscellaneous division, $2,500; supervising spccial agent, $8 - er day; government actuary, $1,800; supervising architect, $4 ' '500; steamboat- inspector, $8,500; chief Bureau of -Statistics, $3,000; life saving service superintendent, $4,000; assistant, $2,500; commissioner Bureau of Navigation, $3,600; superintendent United States coast and geodetic survey, $6,000; supervising surgeon-general marine hospital service, $4,000; Bureau of Engraving and Printing, chief, $4,500; assistant chief,$2,250; superintendent engraving division; $3,600. The foregoing will serve to show many of the lines of work attended to in the Treasury Department ' as the names of these offices explain the branch of work they are charged with attending to. There are a number of other important offices in the department that should be mentioned, among them being the foillowing: The Solicitor ' of the Treasury, or chief attorney, who receives $4,500 per year for attending to the legal matters connected with the department. The Commissioner of Customs, who receives $4,000 per year and bia C1PT_)11t-XT 'P,99.110 hql, i-h2rcrP.ir)f:i11 nrrni1ntq-(-)f fhe reveniie frnm ruq accounts and vouchers acted on by them and files the'same. The Comptroller of the C.i,--,rrency- r6ceives $5,000 per year and his deputy $2,8! 10. This bureau i.. ~ charged with -a general supervision of the national banks and matters conifected with the issuing of paper money. I. - The Director of the Mint receives $4,500 per annum, and is charged with a general supervision, over all the coinage of the government. Comptrollers. The first and second comptrollers are' paid a salary of $,000 per year, and each of their deputies receive $2,700. The first comptroller revises and certifie ' s the -accounts of the civil and diplomatic service and public lands. The second comptroller revi ' ses and certifies the acc.ounts of the army and navy and of the Pensicyn and Indian Bureaus. Auditors. There are six auditors connected with the Treasury Department, each of whom receives a salary of $3,600 per year, and is allowed a deputy at a salary of $2,250 per annum. No one auditor takcs rank over another. The first a " uditor receives and adjusts the accounts of the revenue and disbursements, appropriations and expenditures on account of the civil list and under special acts of Congress, reporting the balances to the commissioners of the customs and first comptroller respectively for their decision. The second auditor devotes most of his attention to army affairs; looks after all the accounts relating to the pay, clothing and recruiting of the army; the arsenals, armories and ordnance; all accounts relating to the Indian Department; reporting to the second comptroller. The third auditor has all accounts for sustenance of the army, military academy, military roads, fortifications, quartermaster's department, certain pensions, claims arising for military service previous to 1817; for all property lost in the military service; he reports also to the second comptroller. The fourth auditor also reports to the second comptroller, and attends to all accounts of the service connected with the navy. The fifth auditor reports to the first comptroller, and -adjusts all accounts connected with the diplomatic service of the Department of State. The sixth auditor adjusts all accounts growing from the service of the Post Office Department. WAR DEPARTMENT. The War Department was organized in August, 1789. The head of this department is known as the Secretary of War; is appointed by the President, and receives a salary of $8,000 per annum. The War Department attends to the execution of all laws affecting the Regular Army,. and carries out and performs, such duties as maybe provid6d for by law or directed by the President relative to military forces, military commissions and the warlike stores of the United States. In former years this department also had charge, of Indian as well as military affairs, but this has been transferred to the Department of the Interior. The War Depýrtment is also required., among other duties, to maintain the signal service and provide for taking meteorological observations at v -irious points on the continent, and give. telegraphic notice of the approach of storms. There is also maintained a (___ivI1 Engineering Dep ' artment, through the aid of which I's carried out such improvements in rivers and harbors as may be authorized by Congress. The Secretary of War also has supervision over the West Point Military Academy. The private clerk for the head of the War Department is paid $2,000 per year; assistant secretary, $4,500; chief clerk, $2,750. The most of the subordinates and assistants in the War Department, except those mentioned, are officers of the Regular Army, who are paid. salaries and perquisites. The Commanding General comes next to the Secretary, and receives a salary of $7,500,per year. He looks after the arrangement of military forces, superintends the recruiting service and discipline of the army, orders courts-martial, and in a general sense is charged with seeing to the enforcement of the laws and regulations of the army. The AdjutantGeneral keeps the rolls and the orders issued. - The QuartermasterGeneral has charge of the barracks and the supplies, etc., that may be required for the army. The Commissary- General is head of the Subsistence Department, and has supervision over the purc'hasing and issuing.army rations. The Judge Advocate General is the head of the d I epartment of military justice. The Surgeon General, as the name implies, looks after the affairs of the armyrelating to sickwounded, hospital, etc. The Paymaster-General is the disbursing officer for the money required by the department. There is also the Ordnance office, controlling ordnance store.ý, arsenals, armories, the manufacture of arms, etc. The Topographical office has charge of all plats and drawings of all surveys made. for military purposcs. Besides these there are the I'n.spector-Gerieral'., Departmk-nt and departments devoted to war records, publications, -'L'-c. In this connection it may be of interest to the general reader to refer briefly to a few facts concerning the Regular Army. The United States is divided for this purpose into a number of military districts. The head of each department receives his general instructions and orders from headquarters. The term of service in the Regular Army is five years. The pay of private soldiers at the start is $13 per month and rations, and this is increased according to time of service, being $21. per month and rations'after twenty years' service. The pay of the officers is proportioned to their rank. Colonels receive $4,500 per year; brigadier generals, $5,500; and major generals, 67,500., NAVY DEPARTMENT. The head of this department is the Secretary of the Navy, who is appointed by the President, and receives a salary of $8,000 per annum. This department is charged with the duty of attending to the construction, armament, equipment and employment of vessels of war, as well as all other matters connected with navat affairs, and appropriations made therefor by Congress. The Secretary of the Navy has direct control of the United States Naval Academy at Annapolis, Maryland; issues orders to the commanders of the various squadrons; has general authority over the Marine Corps;- and has control of all the several bureaus of the Navy Department. There are a number of bureaus organized in the Navy Department for the purpose of more thoroughly handling the work, among the most important of which may be mentioned the f0l10WiDg: Bureau of Steam Engineering; Bureau of Medicine and Surgery; Bureau of Navigation; Bureau of Provisions and Clothing; Bureau of Yards and Docks; Bureau of Ordnance; Bureau of Equipment and Recruiting; Bureau of Construction and Repair. Attached to this department are also officials or bureaus to attend to the following matters: Marine Barracks, Washington, D. Ci; Museum of - Hygiene; Naval Dispensary; Board of Inspection and Survey; Navy Supplies and Accounts; Naval Observatory; Hydrographic Office; Library and War Records; Naval Intelligence; Nautical Almanac, etc. Rear-admirals in the Navy are paid $6,000 per year; commodores, $5,000; captains, $4,500; lieutenant-commanders, $3,000; medical directors (rank of captains), $4,400; medical inspectors (rank of commanders), $4,400; pay directors (rank of captains), $4,400; pay inspectors (rank In providing for handling the general work of the Post Office Depar I tment it has been found necessary to create four bureaus, or offices, as they are termed, each of which is presided over by an assistant postmaster-general, who each receive $4,000 per annum; are all subject to, the direction and supervision of the head of the department. A review of these various bureaus and their principal officials, NIVIi U the name of -the office, will show very clearly the work handled by cac 1. The first assistant postmaster-general is allowed a chief clerk at $2,000 per year; superintendent of post office supplies, $2,000; superintendent free delivery division, $3,000; chief division of salaries and allowances, $2,200; superintendent money order system, ý3,500; superintendent Dead Letter Office, $2,500; chief division of correspondence, $1,800. The second assistant postmaster-general has charge of a number of divisions', indicated by the following officials who are under his control superintendent of railway adjustments, at $2,000 per year; chief of inspection division, $2,000; chief of mail equipment division, $1,800; general superintendent railway mail service, $8,500; superintendent foreign rralls, $3,000. The third assistant postmaster-general has chargeof the postage stamp division and the, finance division. The chi,..--f of the former receives $2,550 per annum, ' and of the latter $2,000 per year. The fourth, assistant postmaster-general has control of a number of divisions, as indicated by the following 'Officials who are under his supervision, viz.: Chief of the division of appointments, who is paid $2,000 per ann'um; chief of the division of bonds and commissions, $2,000; chief post office inspýý_ctor, $3,000; and the division of mail depredations. Besides the various chiefs of divisions mentioned above there are connected with the Post Office Department a law clerk, at $2,500 per year; appointment clerk, at $1,800; assistant attorney-general, $4,000; superintendent and disbursing clerk, $2,100; and, a topograph-er, at $2,500 per annum. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR. The Interior Department is under the immediate control of the Secretarv of the Interior. He i-s appointed by the President, and rece' salary of $8,000 per year. In this department, as the name implies, is conducted most of the public business relating ýo domestic or internal affairs, and, like most of the other executive departments, it is divided into a number of subdivisions and branches. The Secretary of -the Interior is charged with a general supervision over public, business connected with the following branches, viz.: Ist. The census of the United States. 2d. All matters connected with public lands..8d. Everythi ' ng relating to the Indians or Indian affairs. 4th. All matters concerning pensions or bounty lands. 5th. The issuance and filing of patents and caveats..6th. The custody and distribution of publications. 7th. The compilation of statiýtics relating to educational matters in the various States. ENTERED ACCORDING TO ACT OF CONGRESS IN THE YEAR A. D. 1895, BY GEO. A.ý OGLE & CO.) IN THE OFFICI AT WASHINGTON, D. C.

Page  IV SUPPLEMENT IV. IDIGESB FTESSTEMor FI ys'FIOR CI'VILeGOVRCET 1 He also has oversight over several of the Government's charitable and benevolent institutions. For the purpose of handling properly the busi-ness connected with most of the subjects mentioned, there are bureaus organized for the purpose. SThe salaries paid to the principal offcials connected with the Interior Department are as follows: First assistant secretary of the interior, $4,500 per year; assistant secretary, $4,000; chief clerk, $2,750; assistant attorney-general (Dept. of Int, erior), $5,000; commissioner of the General Land Offce, $15,000; commissioner of Indian affairs, $4,000; superintendent of Indian schools, $3,000; commissioner of the Pension Office, $55,000; medical referee, $3,000; commissioner of railroads, $54,1500; commissioner of the Patent Office, $55,000; commissioner of the Education Offce, $3,000; director of geological surveys,, $6,000; superintendent of the Census Office, $6,000. DEPARTM1ENT OF AGRICULTURE. This department was formerly connected with the Interior Department, but in 1889 it was reorganized and made independent, and the Secretary of Agriculture was made a member of the Cabinet. The head of this department is apppointed by the President, and receives a salary of $58,000 per annum. The general duty and design of the Department of Agriculture is to.acquire and diffuse among the people of the United States useful information on subjects connected with agriculture in the most general and comprehensive sense of that word, and to procure, propagate and dis-.tribute among the people new and valuable seeds and plants. The following is a. list of the chief officials connected with the Department of Agriculture and their salaries, and the list will 'also serve to indicate the various lines. of work handled by and the various duties which devolve upon the department, viz.: Assistant secretary of agriculture receives $4,500 per. annum; chief of Weather Bureau, $4,500; chief of Bureau of Animal Industry, $3,000; statistician, $52,500; chemist, $2,500;. entomologist, $2,500; botanist, $52,500; ornithologist, $2,500; chief of forestry division, $2,000; pomologist, $2,500; chief of vegetable pathology division, $52,000, microscopist, $52,500; director of offce of experi-mental stations, $25,000; chief division.of accounts, $52,500; chief of division of 'records and editing, $2,500; chief of division of illustrations and engravings, $2,000; horticulturist, $52,500. IEWPRAITTV1NT OF JUSTICE, The head of the Department of Justice is the Attorn ey- General, who is appointed by the President, and receives a salary of $58,000 per annum. The principal assistant of the Attorney-General is the SolicitorGeneral, who receives $57,000 per year. There are a number of ass.istant attorney-generals who receive $5,000 per annum, and a special assistant attorney -general is appointed for nearly all of the various departments, including the Treasury, State, Post Office and Interior Departments. Besides these there are a number of special offcials connected with the Department of justice, such as examiner of titles, who receives $2,750 per annum; superintendent of buildings, $2,500; appointment and disbursing clerk, $2,000, and attorney in charge of pardons, $2,400. The Attorney-General is the legal adviser of the President, and it is the duty of the Department of justice to give all opinions and render all services requiring the skill of persons learned in the law, necessary to enable the President and other officers of the various Government departments to discharge their respective duties.- This -department is also required to prosecute or defend all suits or proceedings in which the United States is interested. The Attorney-General has general supervision over all the solicitors for the various departments; and also exercises general superintendence and direction over all United States marshals and United States district attorneys of all the districts of the United States -and Territories. for the purpose, and charged with the duty, of seeing that the laws regu-. luting interstate commerce were f a ithfully executed and observed, and to prevent unjust discrimination on the part of railway corporations and common.carriers. The commission consists of five commiss ioners appointed from different sections of the United States, each of whom receives a salary of $17,500 per year. The secretary of the commission receives a salary of $53,500 per annum..Department of Labor. The general design of this department is to collect, assort and systematize statistical details relating to the different branches of labor in the United States. The head of this department is known as the Commissioner of the Department of Labor, and he is paid a salary of $55,000 per annum. His chief clerk receives $52,500 per year, and disbursing Clerk $1,800.. JUDICIARY. The judicial powers of the United States are vested in the followingnamed courts, viz.: The United States Supreme Court, consisting of one chief justice and eight associate justices; the United States Court of Claims, which consists of one chief justice and four judges; the United States Circuit Court of Appeals; and the United States Circuit and District Courts. All judges of United States Courts are appointed for life, or' during "good behavior." The chief justice of the United States Supreme Court receives a salary of $10,500 per annum, and the associat6 justices $510,000 each. The circuit judges receive a salary of $6,000 each per annum, district judges $55,000, and judges of the Court of Claims $4,500 each per year. The jurisdiction of the United States Courts extends' to all cases in law and in equity arising under the Constitution, the laws of the United States, and treaties-; to all cases affecting ambassadors, other public ministers and consuls; to all cases of admiralty and maritime, jurisdiction; to controversies to which the United States shall be a party; to controversies between two or more States; between a State and a citizen of another State; between citiziens of different States; between citizens of the same State claiming lands under grants of different States. In all cases affecting ambassadors, other public ministers-and consuls, and those in which. a State is a party the Supreme Court has original j urisdiction. In the other cases the Supreme Court has appellate jurisdiction. ]LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT. The legislative powers of the United States are vested in a Congress, which consists of a Senate and House of Representatives, and which meets annually at Washington on the first Monday of December, The constitution gives to Congress the following general powers: To lay and collect taxes, duties, imposts and excises; pay the debts of the United States; borrow money on the credit of the United States; to regulate commerce; to establish uniform laws on naturalization and bankruptcy; to coin mroney and regulate the value thereof; fix the stand I ard of weights and measures; to declare war; to raise and support armies (but it is provided that no appropriation for this purpose can be for a longer period than for two years); to provide-and maintain a navy; to grant letters of marque and reprisal, and make rules concerning captures on land and water; to make rules for the government and regulation of the land and naval f orc'es; to establish postoffices. and post-roads; to promote the progress of science and the useful arts by securing for limited times, to authors and inventors, the exclusive right to their res.pective writings and discoveries; to constitute tribunals inferior to the Supreme Court; to define and punish piracies and felonies committed on the high seas and offenses against the law of nations; to exercis'e exclusive, legislation over the District of Columbia and places purchased for forts, magazines, arsenals, etc.; and further to make all laws necessary for the general welfare of the United States, and for "carrying into execution the foregoing powers, and all other powers vested by the Constitution in the Government of tihe United States, or in any department or officer thereof."' The Constitution expressly forbids Congress making any law respecting the establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof, or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press, or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Cýovernment for a redress of grievances. Congress cannot suspend the privilege of the writ of habeas corfius except in cases of rebellion or invasion when the public safety may requ-re it. No bill of attainder or ex fiost facto law can be passed. No tax or duty can be laid on articles exported from any State. No preference can be given by any regulation of commerce or revenue to the.ports of one State over those of another. No title' of nobility can be granted. Every law passed by Congress must be submitted to the, President for his approval. If he.returns it with his objections, ýor Ve 'toes it, the measure may be passed over his-veto by a two-thirds vote' of both branches of Congress. The- Senate, or the " Upper House of Congre 'ss," is composed of two Senators from each State in the Union. They are elected by the Legislatures of their respective States, for the term of six years, and receive a Ssalary of $5,000 per annum. No person can be elected to the United States Senate- who has not attained- the age of thirty years, been nine years a citizen of the United States, and is -when elected an inhabitant of the State from whichý he is chosen. The Senate has sole. power to try all -impeachments. Its consent and confirmation is necessary for all important officers appointed -by thie President. Its consent is also necessary t conclude any treaty. The., House of Representatives. is the " Lower House of Congress." Each State in the Union is divided into congressional. d.istricts, of as nearly equal population as is practicable. In each district a representSative is elected by the people for a.term of -two years, and each is paid a salary of $55,000 per year. B esi.des these,. a delegate f Kom each organized Territory is admitted to the House of Representatives, who is not entitled to vote, but has the right to debate on all subjects in- which the Territory which he represents has an interest. No person can be a representative who has not attained the age of twenty'five- years, been for seven years a citizen of the United States, and is at the time of his election an inhabitant of the State from which he is chosen. All bills for raising revenue must originate in the House of Representatives. STATE GOVERNMENT. T HE method of State government throughotit the United States vails. in national affairs. The various functions of government in State affairs are handled in departments, with a State offcer at the head of each branch, and the. lines are clearly drawn between the executive, legislative and judicial powers. All the States are governed under a constitution, which outlines and defines the powers which each of these departments shall exercise and possess. All of the most important State officials are elected by the pDeop~le, but ginia, $2,700; Montana and Washington, $2,60'0;- the' Da'kotas and Nebraska, $2,500; Connecticut, Delaware and Maine,. $2,000; Oregon, $1,500, and New Hampshire, Rhode island and Vermont $51,000. About the only statement c~oncerning the qualifications required for this offce that would be common to all the States is that he must be a citizen of the State iri. which he is elected. In most of the States, in addition to the salary named, the. Governor is furnished with a residence, which is known as the ".Exec~utive Mansion."..The powers and duties that- devolve upon the Governor are about the same in all of the States. He is charged with a general supervision over the faithful execution 6f the laws, and is th6-legal custodian of all the property of the State not specifically entrusted to other offcers by law, and is authorized to take--sumfmary possession of such property. He is expected to 'Communicate by message to each'session of the State legislature such information or recommendations regarding State affairs as he may deem necessary and proper, and he is empowered to call extra sessions of that b 'ody whenever' the public welfare may demand. He accounts to the same body for all moneys received andl paid out, and presents estimates -of amounts -to be raised by taxation for various purposes. H6 has a negative, (or veto) upon all laws passed by the Legislature, but it is provided that measures may be passed over his veto by a two-thirds' vote of that-body..Tlhe.Gavernor is commander- in-chief of the State. military or navalF forces, and has au thority to call out such forces to Preserve' peace and execute the laws when the local authorities are unable to Accomplish this. He may require the opinion of the various State officers upon any subject relatingto their respective offces, and examines and approves the bonds of State offcials. In many States the Governor has power to grant reprieves and pardons, after conviction, for all offenses againstI the State except in cases of imapeachment; but in a few of the States the pardoning power is vested ina board selected for that purpose, of which the Governor is generally ex-officio a member. The Governor has the appointment of a number of State officers, and in many cases if ail elective office becomes vacant he has power to fill it by appoin-tment;. has power in many States to suspend a State officer, or even a county officer, pending a legal investigation. The Governor issues requisitions upon the executives of other States for parties charged-with crime who escape to other States, and he has power to issue warrants for, fleeing criminals upon requisition of other Governors. LIEUTENANT-GOVE RNOR. The offce of Lieutenant-Governor does not exist in all of tihe States in the Union, at least not under this name, as. in a. few of the States ~this officer is only known as the President of the State Senate. In some of the States the Lieutenant '-Governor is paid a certain amount per day during sessions of the Legislature or General Assembly, and in others he is allowed a fi~xed salary, but it is provided that if the duties of Gov ernor should devolve upon him, he shall during the continuance of such emergency be entitled to the emoluments thereof. The principal duty of the Li eutenan t- Governor is to act as the presiding officer of the State Senate or Upper House of the State Legislature. In case a vacancy should occur in the office of Governor, the Lie'utenant-Governor would act as Governor until such vacancy was filled by election; and in all cases where tihe Lieutenant-Governor is unable to act as presiding officer of the Senate, a President fifo temfiore is chosen by that body. The Lieutenant-Governor has no vote in the Senate except in cases of a tie or equal division of the members. S]ECRETARY OF STATE. The office of Secretary of State is one of the most important offices within the gift of the people of a State, and the office exists under this name in every State in the Union. The Secretary of State may be said to be the official secretary of the Governor, and "countersigns all commissions Issued by the chief executive, and he is the custodian of the Great Seal of the State. As a rule it is the duty of the Secretary of State to call the House of Representatives to order and preside until a temporary presiding officer, or Speaker, is elected. It is his duty to see that halls are prepared for the Legislature or General Assembly; he prepares the legislative manual and causes it to be printed and distributed; secure's the printing and distribution of the State laws; indexes and files executive documents; provides and distributes election blanks; has charge of all books, bills, papers, etc., of the Legislature, and is practically "keeper of all public acts, laws,. records, bonds, etc." The Secretary of -State is required to keep a register of all the official acts of the Governor, and affixes the Seal of the State to all official commissions, etc., keeps a record of them, and is obliged to give any person a copy of the same when demanded. In all of the States the Secretary of State is ex-officio member of a number of the official State boards, but no list of these could be given that would apply to all Stat~es, as they are different in the various States. STATE AlUDITOR. _erThey office of Auditor of State exists under one name or another in.-eryevery State in the Union. The-title of this office, however, is not alike in all the States, as in many of them, notably California, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, Nevada, New Jersey, New York, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, and a few others, it is known as State Comptroller.' In a few of the States, including Michigan and Pennsylvania, the office is called Auditor-General, and in two of the- States- the public accounts are audited by a Board of Auditors. In all the States, however, the duties that devolve upon this branch of the State government are practically the same, and a general explanation' of the scope of work handled by the State Auditor in one State will apply, except as regards minor details, to all of the States. It is the duty of the State Auditor to keep the accounts of the State with any other State or Territory, and with the United States and all public officers, corporations and individuals having accounts with his State. He audits the account 's of all public officers who are to be paid out of the State Treasury, and all persons who are authorized to receive money out of the State Treasury. In fact, all claims against the State which are to be paid out of the State Treasury must be presented to the Auditor, who, after the same is adjusted, issues warrants therefor payable at the Treasury. A complete record of each warrant is kept by the Auditor, who also keeps an account with the State Treasurer, charging him with all m-o'neys paid into the Treasury, and giving credit for all warrants paid, and the books and vouchers of the Treasury must balance therewith, as settlements are made between these two officers at stated intervals. In a number of the States the Auditor is charged with a general supervision over certain corporations, such as insurance and banking corporations and buildiligI and loan associations, and in some States, is ex-officio a member of a number of State boards. He generally has authority to make and execute satisfactions of judgments and assignments thereof in behalf of or'State against loss, and wh~ich pay~interest on daily balances. The Treasurer pays out State funds only on warrants issuedt or signed by the State Auditor, or other proper offcial, and a full record of all warrants is kept in both the auditing office and Treasurer's office. The plan by which the Treasurer receives the revenues of the State is different in different States. In some States the Auditor 'issues an order for him to receive the same and charges the amount against the Treasury. In others he is charged with all moneys which he is entitled to receive, and then given credit for delinquencies. In still other States the Treasurer issues duplicate receipts for all moneys paid in, which must be countersigned by the Auditor to be Valid, and one of these must be deposited with the Auditor, so he may charge. the amount against the Treasurer. In this way a double system is carried on-both Auditor and Treasurer keeping a full account of all moneys received and paid out, and their books and accounts must balance, as at stated intervals the Treasurer must make settlements with the Auditor and submit books, vouchers, etc., to the Legislature. In most of the States the State Treasurer i 's. required to publish at stated times, in the newspapers at the capital,.an itemized statement of the public accounts, expenditures, funds, receipts and disbursements. He is also required to make a complete report and itemized statement to each session of the Legislature. In nearly all of the States the law is very explicit inl outlining the duties of the State Treasurer, the following being very common provisions in relation to the office, viz.: That a complete record of all moneys must be kept, showing what is received or paid out of the various "funds," which "11funds " must be --exhibited in -separate accounts. In several 'of the States the Governor and one or two other State officials constitute a board, which must at certain times examine and check up the accounts, books and vouchers of the State Treasurer and ascertain the amount of funds in- the Treasury. ATTORNEY- GENERAL, The Attorney-General, as the name implies, is the general legal counsel or lawyer for the various branches of the State government. In all of the States the powers and duties of the Attorney-General are very similar.. It is his duty to appear for the State in all actions and proceedings in the Supreme Court in which the State has an interest; to.institute and prosecute in all courts all actions, either for or against a State 'officer,, in which the State has an interest; to consult with and advise the various county or state's attorneys in matters relating to their official duties, and whien public interest requires he, assists them in criminal prosecutions. It is his duty to consult with and advise the Governor and other State officers, and give, when requested, written opinions on legal or constitutional questions relating to their official duties, and to give written opinions-when requested by the Legislature or any committee thereof. It is also his duty to prepare, when necessary, drafts for contracts or other writings relating to subjects in which the State is interested.. He is required to enforce the.proper application of funds appropriate~d to the various State institutions, and prosecute breaches of trust in the administration of the same; and when ENTERED ACCORDING TO ACT OF CONGRESS IN TH4E YEAR A. D. 1895, BY GEO. A. OGLE & CO., IN THE OFFICE O0TE1 BRRA FCOGESA WASHINGTON, D. C.

Page  V SUPPLEMENT V. DIGIH,ýS`r OR '*rl-IB S-YS-*rEM OR CIVII-v G( DIGET OFTHESYST M O CIVL GVERN ENT necessary prosecute corporations for failure or refusal to comply with the laws; to prosecute official bonds of delinquent officers or corporations in which the State has an interest. The Attorney-General is required to keep a record of all actions, complaints, opinio~ns, etc. STATE SUPERINTENDENT OR SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBILIC INSTRUCTION. This is an office which exists in nearly every State in the Union. In three or four of the States the management of the educational in'terests of the State is vested in a State Board of Education, but in these cases Jthe secretary of the board assumes most of the detail work that in most of the States devolve upon the State Superintendent. The full title given to this office is not the same in all of the States, but it is generally.called "State Superintendent of Public Instruction or Public Schools." In Ohio, Maine and Rhode Island, 'and a few, others, the office is termed "Commissioner of Schools." IThe duties of the State Superintendent are very much alike in all of the States, as hie is charged with a' general supervision over the educational interests of the State and of the public schools. In many States his authority is not limited to the public schools, and he is authorized by law to demand full~ reports from all colleges, academies or private schools. It is his duty to secure at regular intervals reports from all public educational institutions and file all papers, reports and documents transmitted to him by local or county school officers. He is the general adviser and assistant of the various county superintendents or school officers, to whom he must give, when requested, his written opinion upon questions arising under the school law. it is also his duty.to hear and determine controversies arising under the school laws coming to him by appeal from a county superintendent or school official. He prepares and distributes school registers, school blanks, etc., and is generally given the power to make such rules and regulations as are necessary to carry into efficient and uniform effect the provisions of tile laws relating to schools. The State Superintendent is required to make a detailed report -to each regular sessiohl of the State Legislature, show'ing an abstract of the common ~school reports; a statement of the condi-. tion of public schools and State educational institutions; the amount of mon Iey collected and -expended, and all other matters relating to the schools or school funds'that have been reported to him. He is forbidden from becoming interested in the sale of any school furniture, bo~ok,. or apparatus. STATE LIBRARIAN... In nearly all of the States the laws provide for a State officer under the title of " State Librarian." As a rule the office is filled byr appointment of the Governor, although in a few States it is an elective office and is filled by direct vote of the people. The State Librarian- is the custodian of all the books and property belonging to the State~ Library,, and is required to give a bond for the prope2r discharge of his duties and safekeeping of the property intrusted to his care, as in many of the States the State Library is an immensely important and valuable collection. In some of the S-tates the Supreme Court judges prescribe all' library rules and regulations. In others they have a Library Board of Trustees, which is sometimes~ made up of the Governor and certain other. State officials, who constitute a board of commissioners for the management of the State Library. ADJUTANT- GENERAL, In nearly all of thee.States provision is made for an Adjutant-General, who is either elected by the people or appointed by the Governor. The name of the office implies the branch of work which is handled by its incumbent. It is the duty of the Adjutan t- General to issue and transmit all orders of. the Commander-in-Chief with reference to the militia or military organizations of the State. Heokeeps a record of all military officers commissioned by the Governor, and of all general and special -en __roperty 4, ordance stoes,-AmýA %P en1d-,a-rrio- n equipage pertain.- - -41 keeper, and cannot be an officer of any of the public institutions, nor interested in any of the -financial corporations which it may be his duty to examine. He is charged with the duty of visiting and inspecting'the financial accounts and standing of certain corporations and institutions organized under the State laws. In several of the States it is also made his'duty to visit certain county officials at stated intervals, and inspect their books and accounts, and enforce a uniform system of bookkeeping by State and county officers. CO11I1IISSIONER OR SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE. In all of the States of the Union the department relating to insur-. ance has grown to be an important branch of State government. The method of controlling the insurance business differs materially in many of the S tates, although they are all gradually moving in the same direction, viz., creating a departme~nt or State office in which all matters relating to insurance and insurance companies are attended to. In former years, in nearly all of -the States, the insurance busin -ess formed a department in the State-Auditor's office, and was handled by him or his appointees. Now, however, in nearly all the Northern States and many of the Southern States, they have a separate and distinc't insurance department, the head of which is either elected by the people or appointed by the Governor. The duties and powers of the insurance department of the various States are very similar. A general provision is that the head of this department must be experienced in insurance matters, and he is prohibited from holding an interest in any insurance company. The Commissioner or Superintendent of Insurance has extensive powers concerning insurance matters, and it is his duty to see that all laws respecting and regulating insurance and insurance companies are faithfully observed; he issues licenses to insurance companies, and it is his duty to revoke the license of any company not conforming to the law. Reports are made to him at stated times by the various companies, and he has power to examine fully into their condition, assets, etc. He files in his office the various documents relating to insurance 'companiies; together with their statements, etc., and at regular intervals make's full reports to the Governor or Legislature. COMM]ISSIONER OF ]LABOR STATISTICS. In several of the SLtates a "Commissioner of Labor Statistics " is appointed by the Governor, who is the bead of what may be termed the labor bureau. In a great majority of the States, however, this branch of work is taken care of by a board of labor commissioners, a bureau of statistics or by the State Auditor and his appointees. The general design of this bureau or commission is to collect, assort and systematize, and present in regular reports to the Legislature, statistical details relating to the diffecrent departments of labor 'in the State, and make such recommendations as may be deemed proper and necessary concerning the commercial, industrial, social, educational and sanitary conditions of the laboring classes. OTHER STATE OFFICERS. In all of the States there exist one or more other State officers in* addition to those already mentioned, which are made necessary by local condi~tion or local business - interests. It is, therefore, unnecessary to mention any of these at length in this article. It may be stated, however, that in all of the States may be found two or more of the following State officers, and further, that each one of the following'-named officers is found in some State in the Union, viz.: Superintendent or commissioner of agriculture, commissioner of 'Mines, secretary of agricultural board, secretary of internal affairs, clerk and reporter of the Supreme Court, commissioner of railways, commissioner of immigration, State printer, State binder, land agent or commissioner, commissioner, register or superintendent of State land office, register of lands, commissioner of schools and lands, surveyor-general, inspector-general, State oil inspector, dairy commissioner. STATE BOARDS." Besides the officers and departments which have already been mentioned, there are a number of State boards or bureaus that are necessary in carrying on the complex business connected with the government of a State. The following list of such State boards and bureaus includes all that can be found in the majority of the States; some of them, however, are only found in a few of the States, because they are of a 'local nature and are only made necessary by the existence of certain local conditions or business interests. It will also be observed that some of the boards named cover the same line of work that has already been mentioned as belonging to some State officer. This grows from the fact that a few of the States placeý the management of certain lines of work in the hands of a State board, while in others, instead of having a State board they delegate the powers and duties to a single State official. All of the. States, however, have a number of the State boards mentioned in this list, the names of- which imply the line of work each attends to, viz.: Railroad and warehouse commissioners, board of equal Iizati on, board or commission of agriculture, university trustees'. board or commissioners of pubi ic charities, canal commissioners, penitentia ry comm 'issioners, board of health, dental examiners, trustees of historical library, board of pharmacy, commission ot claims, live stock commissioners, fish commission-ers, inspectors of coal mines, labor commissioners, board of educat-ion, board of public works, board of pardons) a~ssessment commissioners... LEGISLATURE OR GENERAL- AssEMIBLY. ~The law-making power of every State is termed the "L-egislative Department." The legislative power, according to the constitutio'ns-of the various States, is vested in a body terined the Legislature.or General Asse~mbly,which consists of an Up'per, and Lower House, designated usually. as the Senate and House' of -Representatives. - n a few of the States the Lower House is called "The Assembly,'" In most of the States the Legislature meets in regular sessions every two years, but this is not the universal rule, a's in a few of the States the law provide. for annual sessions. In all of the States, however, a provision is made whereby the Governor may, on extraordinary occasions, call a special session by issuing a proclamation. The Legislative Department has the power to pass all such laws as may be necessary for the welfare of the State, and carry into effect the provisions of the constitution. The Leg~islature receives the reports of the Governor, together with the reports of the various other State officers; they provide by appropriation for the ordinary and contingent expenses of the government, at regular times provided by law they apportion the State into political districts, and make all other provisions for carrying on the State government. There is a general prohibition against the passage of any ex fiost facto law, or law impairing the obligation of contracts,. or making any irrevocable -grant of special privileges or immunities. Any measure to become a law must be passed by both branches of the Legislature, and then be presented to the GoV-_ has one vo -te upon all questions, and th-e r-ight to be heard in advocatin.g or opposing the passage.of any measure brought bef ore the Legislature. In filling all of the most important- State offices that, are to be appointed by the Governor, the appointments Must be approved or confirmed by the Senate. MOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. The Lower House of the. State Legislature,'in nearly if. not quite all the States of the Union, is termed the House of Representatives. Like the Senators, every member of the House has the' right to be heard in advocating or opposing any measure brought before the body of which he is a member. The House is given the sole power' of impeachment, but all impeachments must be tried by th~e Senate. As a general rule, there is a provision that all bills for raising revenue must originate in the House. JUDICIARY. The " Judicial Department " is justly regarded as one of the'most Iimportant and powerful branches of government of either the State or Nation, as it becomes the duty of this depa~rtment to pass upon and interpret, and thereby either annul- or give validity to all the most important measures and acts of both the legislative and executive hranches of the governmen 't. 1 It is impossible in a general article to. give a detailed review or description' of the construction and make-up of the judicial departments of the various States. The courts are so differently arranged both as to their make-up and jurisdiction that it would be useless to try to give the reader a general description that would accurately cover the ground. $ In all of the States, except, possibly, one or two, the highest judicial authority of the State is known as the Supreme Court, and unless questions are involved which give the United States Courts jurisdiction, it is the court of last resort. The Supreme Court is made up of'a chief justice and the several associate justices or judges as may be provided for by the laws of the various States, usually from four to six. Generally these officers are elected by the people, either' from the State at large or (in three of the States) as representing -certain districts, but this is not the case always, as in several States they are chosen by the Governor or Legislature. In all of the States the Supreme Court has appellate jurisdiction both in law and in equity, and has original jurisdiction in remedial cases, mandamus, habeas corfius. and cases relating to the revenue, but there is no trial by jury in this court. Various other courts are provided for by the laws of the different States, such" as appellate courts, circuit or district courts, probate courts, county courts, superior courts, municipal courts, courts of justices of the peace, etc. The Jurisdiction of all these courts is, of course, inferior to that of the Supreme Court, and varies greatly in the different States. Besides these, where there are large cities, various other-courts are also established'to aid in caring for thqe enormous amount of judicial work that arises from such va st and complex business interests. The various.courts are also provided with the necessary officials for carying on the judicial business--such as clerks of court, court reporters, bailiffs, etc. COUNTY GOVERNMENT, 0 far as the principal county offices are concerned, the general Sarrangement and method of handling the public business is very much the same in all of the-States; but the offices are called by different names, and in minor details-such as transferring from one office to another certain minor lines of work--there are a number of points in which the method of county government in the various States differs. The writer has adopted the names of the principal county offices which are most common in the Northern States, as in the Southern and New.England States there are scarcely any two States in which the-names or titles of all the county offices are identical. AUDITING OFFICE AND CLERK OF THE COUNTY BOARD. Generally the. principal auditing officer of the county is known as the " county auditor " or "4county clerk." In Illinois, Kansas, Missouri, Wisconsin and many other States the office is called" county clerk." In Indiana, Iowa, Minnesota, North Dakota, Ohio and others it is termed "cccounty auditor." In a few of the States under certain conditions this office Is merged with some other county office. A notable example of this, is in the State of Michigan, where they have one official, under the simple title of V' clerk," who looks after about all of the work which in most of th 'e States devolves upon both the county clerk and also clerk of court. In all of the States aI bond in a moderate sum is required of the ~ county clerk or auditor, and he is paid a salary of from $1,500 to $3,500.per year, besides in some States being allowed certain fees, unless it is in a very large and heavily populated county, where the salary paid is of. necessity much higher than this amonnt. No county treasurer or member of the county board is eligible to this office. In general terms it may be stated as a rule the auditor acts as' the clerk or secretary of the official county board, although in a few of the States the court clerk is required to look after this matter. The clerk of the county board keeps an accurate record of the board's proceedings and carefully preserves all documents, records, books, maps and papers which may be brought before the board, or which the law provides shall be del~osited in his office. In the auditing office an accurate account is kept wi~th the, county treasurer. Generally they file the duplicates of the receipts given by the county treasurer, charging him with all money paid into the treasury. and giving. credit for all -warrants paid. The general plan of paying claims against a county is as follows: If the- claim is one in which the amount due is fixe 'd by law, or 'is authorized to be fixed by some other person or tribunal, the auditor issues a warrant or order which will be paid by the treasurer., the certificate upon which it- is allowed being duly filed. In all other cases the claim must be allowed by the county board, and the chairman or presiding officer issues a warrant or order which is attested by the clerk. A complete record of all these county warrants or orders is kept, and the accounts of tihe county treasurer must balance therewith. The above in general terms outline the most important branch of work which the county clerk or county auditor looks after in most of the S 'tates, but in all of the States the law requires him to look after a number, of other matters, although in these there is no uniformity between the various States, and no general description of these minor or additional duties could be given that would apply to all the States. COUNTY TREASURER, This is an office which exists in all of the States, and it is one of the mosnt imponrtant of fthe variousoficesncsayi arigoh ui funds rec-eived by hi-m, stating particularly the time," when, of whom atnd on what fund or account each particular sum was received; and also of all moneys, revenues- and funds paid out by him according to law, stating particularly 'the time when, to whom and on what fund payment is made from. The books of the county treasurer must always be subject to the inspection of the county board, which, at stated intervals, examines his books and makes settlements with him. In some of the States the provisions of the law relating to county treasurer are very strict; some of them provide for a county board of auditors, who are expected, several times a year, to examine the funds, accounts and vouchers of the treasury without previous notice to the treasurer; and in some it is provided that this board, or the county board, shall designate a bank (or banks) in which the treasurer is required to keep the county funds deposited--the.banks being required to. pay interest on daily or monthly balances and give bond to indemnify the county against loss. As a general rule the county treasurer is only authorized to pay out county funds on warrants or orders issued by the chairman of the county board and attested by the clerk, or in certain cases on warrants or orders -of the county auditing office. A complete record of these warrants or orders is kept, and the treasurer's accounts must balimceI therewith. In most of the States the law is very explicit in directing how 'the books and accounts of the county treasurer shall be kept. COUNTY RECORDER OR REGIESTER OF DEEDSO In a few of the States the office of county recorder or register of deeds is merged with some other county office, in counties where the population falls below a certain amount. A notable example of this is found in both the States of Illinois and Missouri (and there are others), where it is merged with the office of circuit clerk in many counties. The title of the joint office is "circuit clerk and recorder," and the duties of both offices are looked after by one official..Tihe duties of the county recorder or register of deeds are very similar in the various States, although in some of the Eastern and Southern.States the office is called by other name 's. The usual name, however, is county recorder or register of deeds. In Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Missouri, Ohio and many other States, it is called "county recorder." In Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, North Dakota, Wisconsin and many more it is called "register of deeds." In all of the States this office is the repository wherein are kept all records. relating to deeds, mortgages, transfers and contracts affecting lands within the county. It is the duty of the recorder or register, as soon as practical after the filing of any instrument in writing in his office entitled to be recorded, to record the same at length, in the order of the time of its reception, in books provided by the county for that purpose; and it is his duty -to endorse on all instruments a certificate of the time when the same was filed. All of the States have some of the following provisions concerning the duties of the recorder, but these provisions are not common to all of the Staites, viz.: The register or recorder is not allowed to record an instrument of I LIMTERED ACCORDING TO ACT,-OF CONGRESS IN _ZHE YEAR A. D. 1895, -BY GEO. A. OGME& C0.2 IN TH=E OFFICE O0TELBAIN FCNtESA,WASHINGTON. D. C.

Page  VI SUPPLEMENT VI. DIIGIHýS`r OR 'THEý SYS"rEIN4 OP CIVIE GC any kind Unless it is duly executed according to law; he is not obliged to record any instrument unless his fees are paid in advance; as a rule, it is unlawful for him to record any map, plat or subdivision of land. situated within any incorporated city, town or village until it is approved by the proper officers of the same. In many States he is forbidden to enter a deed on the records until it has been endorsed " taxes paid " by the proper official; he is required to exhibit, free of charge,. all records, and allow copies to be made; he is authorized to administer oaths and take acknowledgments. CIRCUIT OR DISTRICT CLERK,., OIR CLERK OF COURT. In nearly all of the States, each county elects a " clerk of court or courts, sometimes also known as circuit clerk or district clerk, indicating the court with which the office ' is connected. In some of the States, as has already been stated, the office of clerk of court is merged with some other county. office. This is the case in Illinois and Missouri, where in many counties it is connected with the office of county recorder. In Michigan, one official under the name of "'clerk " handles the business which usually is given to the clerk of court and county clerk or auditor. In Wisconsin, Missouri, Illinois and other. States the name used is " circuit clerk;" in Kansas, Minnesota, North Dakota and m-iny others the office is called " clerk of district court;" while in many of the States, including Indiana, Ohio, Iowa and others, it is called simply clerk' or clerk of the court or courts." The chief duty of this official is to act as clerk of the district or circuit court, and sometimes other courts of inferior jurisdiction. It is the clerk's duty to keep the seals and attend the sessions ot their. respective courts, preserve all the files and papers thereof, make, keep and preserve complete records of all the proceedings and determinations thereof, and carry out such -other duties as may be required by the rules aild orders of their respective courts. They must enter of record all judgments, decrees and orders of the court as soon as possible after they are rendered; keep all indictments on file as a public record, have authority 'to administer oaths, take acknowledgments; take and certify depositions, and are required to exhibit all records free of charge. In nearly all the States the law defines the character of the record books which the clerk of court must keep. Although there is no settled rule in this matter, the, gerleral provisions are that he, shall keep: First, a general docket or register of actions, in which is entered the title of each action in. the order in which they are commenced, and a description of each paper filed in the cause - and all proceedings therein; second, a plaintiff's index and defendant's index; third, a judgment book and execution docket, in which he enters the judgment in each action, time of issuing execution, satisfaction, etc., and such other books as the courts or the laws may prescribe. SHERIFFt In all of the States the office of sheriff is one of the most important of the county offices. The term of officeyaries in different Statesbeing usually either two or four years,'and in. several of the States one party cannot hold the office a second term consecutively. The general provisions outlining the duties pertaining to this office are very much alike in the various States, and the following resuine of his duties may be said to apply to all of the various States except in a few minor and unimportant details. The sheriff is charged with the duty of keeping and preserving the peace in his county; or, as has been written, "he is the conservator'of peace," and it is his duty to keep the same, suppress riots, affrays, fighting, breaches of the peace and prevent crime, and may arrest offenders " on view )) and cause them to be brought before the proper magistrate; and to do this, or to execute any writ, warrant, process, order or decree, he may call to his aid when necessary any person or the " power of the county." It is-the duty of the sheriff to serve and execute within his county, and return, all writs, warrEnts, process, orders and decrees of every description that may be- legally directed and delivered to him. He is a court officer, and it is his duty to attend, * I I - - - __ - __ 1- -1 -11 _4 ----A 1__1A - I-:- -_4_. the county superintendent. The name of this office implies the duties which devolve upon it, and they are very much alike in all of the States. The incumbent of this office is charged with a general supervision over the schools of the county, and must be a fitting person as to education and moral character. As a rule it is their duty to examine and license teachers, but in a few -of the States provision is made for a board of examiners. County superintendents are required to visit-and inspect the schools at regular intervals, and give such advice and instruction to teachers.as 'may be deemed necessary and proper. They are required to organize and conduct institutes for the instruction of teachers if deemed nece ' ssary, and encourage teaclýers' associations. They introduce to the' notice of teachers and the people the best modes of instruction,. the most approved plans of building and ventilating school-houses, etc., stimulate school officers to the prompt and proper discharge of their duties-. They receive reports from the various school officers,. and transmit an abstract of these reports to the State Superintendent, adding a report- of the condition of the schools under their charge. In nearly all the States they are forbidden having any interest in the sale of any school furnl-. ture, apparatus or books used in the schools. In many States they have authority to annul a teacher's certificate fbr proper cause, and in general to take such steps and enforce such methods as will elevate and make more efficient the schools under their control. COUNTY, PROSECUTING OR STATE9S ATTORNEY. There is -a great difference between the various States in the method of handling or attending to the legal business relating to county matters or growing from county affairs. In many of the States the official who attends to this line of work is known as the " county attorney," in other States he is called the State's attorney or prosecuting or district attorney. In a few of the States they divide the State.into districts embracing a number of counties, and a district attorney is elected in each district, who in some cases attends to all'the legal work of the various counties, and in others he assists the county attorneys in their most important duties and prosecutions. But whatever plan may be followed in the. various States, and whatever title may be given to this office, the general duties of the offic'e are very much the same throughout all of the States. It is the dutyý of the county attorney to commence and prosecute all actions, suits, indictments, and prosecutions, civil and criminal, in any court of record in his county in. which the " people of the State or county " maybe concerned; to prosecute all forfeited bonds and recognizances, and all actions for the recovery of debts, revenues, moneys, fines, etc., accruing to his county; to commence and prosecute all actions -and proceedings brought by any county officer in his official capacity; to defend all dctions and proceedings brought against his county,, or against any county officer, in his official capacity; to give legal opinions and advice to the county board or other county officers in relation to their official. duties; to attend, if possible, all preliminary examinations of criminals. When requested,-he is required to attend sessions of the grand jury, examine witnesses in their presence, give legal advice and see that proper subpcenas and processes are issued; draw up indictments and prosecute the same. The county attorney is required, when requested by the Attorney-General, to appear for the State in cases in his county in which the State is interested. The county attorney makes an annual report to Iiis, superior State officer of all criminal cases prosecuted by him. PROBATE Olt COUNTY JUDGE. The method of handling probate matters is not uniform throughout the various States. In many States the higher courts are given jurisdiction over probate matters, and in others they have created districts in which are held probate courts, whose jurisdiction extends over several courities and takes in othex matters besides purely probate affairs. In a majority of the States, however, particularly the Western and Northern States, they elect a county or a probate judge, who holds court and handles the probate matters which arise within his county. The jurisdiction of these county or probate courts is not always confined exclusiv.ely to probate affairs, being frequently extended to many other matters, and, they generally include such matters as apprenticeship affairs, adoptions, minors, etc. In some of the-States they have both a county judge and a probate judge, and in these cases the jurisdiction of the latter is confined to such matters as are in line with probate affairs. In Missouri they have'a probate judge, and also a county court, com- ' posed of county judges, in whom the corporate powers of the county are vested-as the official- county board. In Michigan they have a probate judge and a probate register. The probate judge is generally given original jurisdiction in all. matters. of probate, settlement of estates of deceased Persons, appointment of guardians and conservators and settlement of their accounts. They take proof of wills, direct the administratiODof estates, grant and revoke letters testamentary and of administration,. appoint and remove guardians, etc. COUNTY SURVEYOR. This is an office which is common to nearly all of the States. It is the duty of. the countysurveyor to execute any survey. which may be ordered by any court, or upon ýLpplication of any individual or corporation, and preserve a record of the'surveys made by him. Nearly all of the States provide that certain records shall be kept by the county sur-veyor, and provide penalties f or. his. failure to place on record the surveys made by him. While he is the official., county surveyor, yet the surveys made by him are n6t Conclusive, but may be reviewed by any competent tribunal, and the correctness thereof may b-e disputed. COUNTY CORONER. This is another county office which.exists in nearly all of the States. In the average county there is not much work for the coroner, but in the counties in which large cities are located the office is a very important one. In general terms it maybe stated that the coroner is required to hold inquests over the bodies of persons supposed to have met with violent or unnatural deaths. In most States be has power to impanel a jury to enquire into the cause of death; but in some of them this is not the- case, and he is given power to act alone. He can subpcena witnesses; administer oaths; in certain cases provide for a decent burial, and can bind over to the proper court any person implicated in the killing of the deceased. OTHER COUNTY OFFICES. The county offices that have already been mentioned are the principal ones found in all of the States. There are, however, a few other county officials besides those mentioned which exist in many of the States, and which should be briefly mentioned in this connection. These are such offices as county physician, county assessor, county collector., - - __ I r.1 I is chosen from each district. No general description of this could be given that would be accurate., as some of the States follow both of these plans. For instance, inTllinois some of the 'Counties are governed by a board of supervisors, which is made up of one member. from each township, while other counties in the same State are governed by a board of county commissioners, con'sisting of three or more members, each representing districts into which the counties in question are divided. The general powers of the county board throughout of all the States is about the same, except in, minor details., I ' t represents the legislative and corporate powers of the county. One of their'number is always chosen as chai.rman. or -president, and. acts as the presiding officer. The county board has general, charge over the affairs of the county. It is their duty to provide county offices, provide desks, stationery, books, fuel, etc.; Cxdmine, investigate and adjust claims against the county, and have I ge. neral care and custody of all the real and personal estate owned by the county. At regular intervals they settle with the county treasurer; examine accounts and vouchers. They locate c*ounty roads; determine the amount of.county tax, and regularly publish a statement of thei ' r proceedings.; make statements of receipts, expenditures, etc.; and make all.contracts, and do all other acts in relation to the property and concern-s of the county necessary to exercise its corporate powers that '"are not specifically qelegated to other county officials. TOWNSHIP GOVERNMENT,. T HE methodof township government throughout the different States varies so much that it is impossible in this article to treat of it more than in a general way. In many of the States the townshýips are not organized as bodies corporate, and in other States in some counties they may have township organization, while in other counties in the same State it does not exist. In cases where there isno township organization the Jaw provides that certain county officials shall attend to the local work, or that work which in other localities is assumed by the township officials. But even where they have township organization the plan of township government in the dIfferent States where it exists differs so widely that scarcely any two States may be said to be alike. About the only statements concerning the organized townships that could be made which would apply to all the States are the following: Every organized township in its corporate 'capacity has power to sue and be sued; to acquire by purchase, gift or devise, and hold property, both real and personal, for the use of its inhabitants, and again to sell and convey the same; and to make all such contracts as may be necessary in the exercise of its powers as a townshifi. In a great many of the States the township government is carried on after a plan very similar to the county and State governments, hav ing various executive officers and a township board in which the corporate and legislative powers, of the township are vested. In other States they follow a plan which reserves to the people all corporate and legislative powers, and therefore have no need for a township board, but have various other township officers to carry out the wishes and orders of the voters. Where this plan prevails they hold what is gen I - erally termed "town meetings," at which every legal voter of the township has a voice. At these, meetings reports are had from the various township officials, and the, necessary measures are adopted and directions given for carrying on the township business..Still other States combine good features from both of the plans above mentioned, and besides the other usual township -officials, they maintain a township board, which is given certain restricted powers, such as those of a review or an auditing board, but they ar " e not vested with the complete corporate and legislative powers of the township, this being reserved in a large measure to the voters, and all questions calling for the exercise of such authority are acted upon at the town meetings. In many of the States the township board just described is made up of three or more of the other township officers, who are ex-officio members of the township board, and they meet at certain times, perform the work required of them, and report to the town meetings. The principal officials in township organizations in nearly all the States are the following: " Supervisors, or trustees," " clerk," " treasurer," (I assessor," it collector," "justices of the peace,)l 'C' constables," it overseers, supervisors or commissioners of the highways," and " poundmasters' " although as has been stated, many of the States do not have all of.these officials. SCHOOL DISTRICT GOVERNMENT, - T HE cc common school system," orto speak with greater accuracy -the method of governing school districts, in the various States, differs widely, yet all follow in a general way one of two separate and clearly defined methods, being amended in minor respects to meet local conditions and ideas, All of these methods have their excellent points, and yet it has been. claimed by eminent educators that no one of them is free from fault and objection, nor has reached perf ection. It will be the aim in this article to briefly ex 'plain the principal features of the several methods, but it is not possible to go into detail in the, matter of giving the system of school government that is followed in each of the many States of the Union. The constitution and statutes of all the States agree, however, upon several points. ''They aim to provide for a thorough ' and efficient system of free schools, whereby all the children of the States may receive a thorough common school education; they provide that all lands, moneyý and other property donated, granted or received for school, college, seminary or university purposes, and the proceeds thereof, shall be faithfully applied to the objects stated; with two or three exceptions they provide that no appropriation shall be made or public funds applied in aid of any church or sectarian purpose, or to support or sustain any school, academy, seminary, college or university controlled or run in the interest of any church or for a sectarian purpose; and they prohibit the various school officials from holding any interest in the sale, proceeds or profits of any book, apparatus or iurniture used in the schools in which they, as officers, are interested. In many of the States they follow what may be tei med the " independent school district"' method, inasmuch as each district, so far as its corporate powers are concerned, is entirely separate and independent of other districts. Where this plan is followed the boundaries of each district are clearly defined, and each district is complete within itself. They elect a full set of district officials, and exercise their corporate powers and manage their district affairs within themselves. In this plan the corporate powers of the district are usuallyvested in a district board, which has general charge of the interests of the district, hires teachers, and makes such contracts and carries into effect such __ _'_ - ý_ ý1__ ___ --*-I _'__ ý1__ -f"f' s. ub-districts are a part of the whole, and the finances and general business is generally managed by a township board made up of representatives from each sub-district. This board is generally clothed with the corporate powers, hires teachers, provides fuel and supplies and. makes.all the contracts necessary to carry on the various schools in the town-.ship. As with independent districts, the powers of this board are not alike in all States where the'townshi-D system prevails, for in some States their power is very much restricted, and.is limited to'certain official matters, the.corporate powers and right to make important contracts being reserved to th ' e people, who decide on these questions at what are termed thd school meetings. In- a few of the States where they follow the township system they have no official board. This is the case in Indiana, where they elect a township trustee, whose duty it is to look after all the educational interests of the township, subject to the approval of the people at the regular meetings. In most of the States where the township system prevails the law provides for the organization., under certain conditions, of sub-districts into independent districts, which gives them the power to elect their own officers and act'independently of the other schools in, the township. In nearly all of the States one of the two general methods given above is followed, with certain changes to make the plan more efficient and satisfactory, and to better meet the desires and needs of the 'cople of the different, States. Many of the States combine good features from both these systems, as some of the States have the township system, wherein each sub-district has its own board, and so far as controlling its own affairs is concerned, is independent of all other districts. But local conditions have in many instances made special and local provisions necessary that are different in each, State, and while there may be a vast difference in the methods followed, their aim is the same, and, as a whole, the various systems have accomplished the result of giving throughout the length and breadth of the-Union the grandest and most efficient system of free schools that the world has ever known. CITIES AND VILLAGES, N all of the States the laws provide for the local government of cities and villages, so that when they attain a certain population they may be separated from, and thus manage their affairs independent of, the township in, which they are located, both as to school matters and civil authority. In school affairs provision is made for handling the more complex educational interests of villages and cities-the school boards being made larger, and in many cases the scope of their authority is very much extended. In civil matters provision is made in all of the States for the organization of villages and cities as corporate bodies, separate and distinct from the townships, and providing for the necessary officers to carry on the affairs of the municipality. I m ENTERED ACCORDING TO ACT OF CONGRESS IN THE YEAR A. D. 1895, BY GEO. A. OGLE & CO., IN THE OFFICE 0 'WASHINGTON, D. C.

Page  VII SUPPLEMENT VIT. GENERAL INFORMATION ON BANKING AND BUSINI GENERAL I NFORMATION Banki,4q an Busi'noss. Mothads, RELATIONS BETWEEN A BANK AND TS CUS TOMERS. N business life there is no more complex or important relation than that which exists between the business men generally and the banks, and it should be guarded with jealous care, so that both may retain the full coiiff. dence of the other. Business de. velopmen t in the Dnited States has progressed with such gigantic strides that it has long since passed the stage where it is even possible to carry on business without the agency of banks. They are ' to-day a necessity in the transaction of business and making exchanges. It has-'been said, and with a great deal of truth, that -in the.present day the entire and sole object and result of business is the transfer of credits on the book-s of the banking houses,; and that about the only use to which money is put is in making small change or paying balances. Businessin the most general and comprehensive sense, is almost wholly ýcarrled on by the aid of banks with cheeksdrafts and exchange. And it will be seen -%,;,hat a very important part the element of. confidence plays in business life,-, when it is remembered that every check or draft that changes -hands, implies the confidence on the part of the party. receiving and accepting it, that it will be honored at the bank when presented. OPENING'AN' A.CCOUNT, TiiE FIRST STEP in the matter of becoming a depositor and customer of a bank is the interview with the banker, either the President, or Cashier, as the case may be... If unknown to the banker it is necessary for some one %vho is known to identify a-nd vouch for the ap plicant as being honorable and straightforward, for banks are compelled to be careful in this matter as they subsequently must handleý all the checks, drafts or- exchanges that the.prqspe ctive customer employs in his business, so that while the business of an honest man is valuable to them and is appreciated, that of. a dishonest man is shunned by them' as an element of risk and danger--the same to them as to every one else with whom he deals. The identification and reference., however, being satisfactory the prospective customer is given a pass book or account book, writes his signature in a book kept for that purpose, is made known to the receiving and paying tellers, makes his first deposit and is then a full fledged customer and depositor of the bank. DEPOSI Ts. D EPOSITS are made in the following manner: A "Deposit T icket" or 11 Deposit Blank" is furnished the customer, and he, enters upon this a full description of all the items which he desires entered to his credit, stating whether it is gold, silver or currency and making a separate entry for each draft or check that. he deposits. In entering such items as drafts and cheeks some'banks' require a separate entry for each item which will show upon what bank or -atý. least what city or town each dr'aft or check i s drawn, After having endorsed his name on the back of all-checks and drafts he hands the "Deposit Ticket," together with all the items named upon it, and his Pass Book, to the receiving tellerwho examines it, checks off the various items to see that -they are all there, and enteis the total amount to the customer's credit in the "Pass Book;" and it is also carried to his credit from the Deposit Ticket onto the books of the bank. The "Deposit Ticket" is an important feature of the transaction, and the customer is required to fill this out with ink. It bears his name and the date and is carefully preserved for future reference by the bank to settle any dispute or difference that may arise. As all men are liable to error the depositor, to prevent mis for tbemtobe presented for payment. If the banker, however, is negligent concerning it, he must stand the loss. Such cases very rarely, if ever, occur, and it may safely be stated that in the absen.-e of any special or unusual conditions for all items such as checks, drafts, etc., the banker only receives them for collection for the account of the depositor and therefor- acts only as his agent and as such is charged with using only.due diligence in attending to the business. VIsCOUNTS, LOANS, ETC. T IIE word "Discount" is applied to interest when it is deducted from the amount at the time a loan is made-in other words, interest that is paid inadvance. It is the general rule of banks in making "short time" loans to customers to give credit for the amount of the loan, less the interest. Afany business men fail to obtain the full benefit that a banh can give them, through hesitancy or diffidence in asking for a loan; and in many instances will borrow of a neighboring business. man and thus, frequently embarass himý rather than go to the banker, whose business it is to help him through such times of need, when possible. This is what banks are established for largely, and they are always glad to "get their money out and keep it out" provided they can be reasonably sure of its return. If an applica. nt is unable to furnish reasonable security, or is- irresponsible or unworthy he must necessarily'be refused, but in securing money which he cannot guarantee the return of, whether it be from a banker or another business man he does an injustice.to the interests of business general ly. However, every business man in need of financial help, whether his needs be great or little, should go to the banker first and submit the situation, securities, etc. to him, as of all men he is by training the best judge and ad-visor in such matters. He maybe compelled to decline to give the required aid, but this ref usal should never be taken as a personal- matter, as it must be remembered that he has other interests to serve and depositors, stockholders and directors to protect before following his own personal desires.. r-OLLECTIONS. %01 N leaving notes or other items for collection the customer writes on the back of each the words: " For Collection for Account of *1 and places his signature below it. Upon receipt of this, the proper officer or clerk of the bank, will enter the items either in the backof the customer's "passbook" or give a separate receipt as the case may be. When the bank receives payment on the items the customer is notified and the amount is entered to his credit both on his Pass booh, and on the books of the bank the same as any other deposit. A bank in receiving paper for collection acts only as the agent of the customer and does not assume any responsibility beyond due diligence on its part. All banks make collections either in or out of the city where they are located for their customers at very moderate rates. These items should alwa ys be left at the bank'bef ore. they become dueso as to give-the bank timeto give a-p-abundant notice to the parties. If the custonaer desires to make a "sight" or "time draft" upon a debtor, upon applicat! on the bank will furnish him with blank drafts. STATEMENTS AND BALANCES. FEW words concernin g statements and balances will not be inappropriate in this connection. Every customer of a bank should always and without fall, once in each month, have his " Pass Book " balanced by the banker. This rule should always be observed to correct any error that might occur and avoid loss and complications. The amount of deposits is added'up and a balance is struck by deducting the total amount of the customer's checks which the bank has either paid or. "'accepted' I (certified) during the month. 'The cancelled checks are returned to the. customer. If any error is discovered it should be reported immediately to the bank'so that it may be investigated and rectified. NEGOTIABLE PAPER. IF W P ROBABLY the greatest factor in the business World of to-day is 'Negotiable Paper," without Which it is not probable that business development could have assumed the vast proportions that it has reached in America; and without which the business of the civilized world could not be carried on. This term includes a variety of.. instruments, such as promissory notes, checks, drafts and bills of exchange. The bill of exchange is one of the oldest forms of negotiable paper, and has been in use for a -number of centurie.s. The draft and check ca ' me into use at a much later day, and t ' he promissory note is a comparatively recent invention, and has very largely taken the. place of the bill of exchange as it was used in former tim es. The most important attribute of promissory notes, bills of exchange, and other Lnstruments of the same class, which distinguish them from all other contracts, is their negotiability. This consists of two entirely distinct ele mients or branebes-first, the power of transferring the paper from one owner to another, so that the assignee shall assume a complete title, and be able to sue on it; second, the effect upon the rights of the parties produced by such a transfer when Made before maturity, in the regular course of business, for a consideration to a purchaser in good faith, and without notice of any defect or defense, whereby all defenses of the.maker (with few exceptions) are cut off, and the holder becomes absolutely entitled to recover. A written order or promise may be' 'perfectly valid as a contract; but it will not be neootiabl-- unless certain requisites are complied with. The f ollowing requisites are indispensable t' Mmust be, written; must besigned; it must be absolute, not depending upon, anycowlngency;lt must be to pay money in a certain amount or in an amount edpable' of being certain by computation; the time of payment must be certain or such as -wIII become certain; but when no time is expressed the law implies that payment is due immediately; and -lastly, the order or promise must- be accompanied by words of negotiability-that is payable to a certai.n payee's order or to bearer. PROMISSORr YOTES. CCORDING to. the general law merchant," unaffected by statute, a promissory note is the written promise of -a person, called the " maker to pay a certain sum of money at a certain time to a designated person termed the " payee or to his order or bearer. It must have all the requisites that have been mentioned for negotiable paper, otherwise, if it fails in any of these matters it becomes a contract, as it thus loses the element of negotiability. Contracts may be perfectly valid Without all of these requisites, but they do not possess-the peculiar qualities which belong to promissory notes. It is customary in all promissory notes to write the words. 11 value received 11 but this is not absolutely essential, as a consideration and viýidue is imp lied in every note, draft, check,.bill of exchange or endorsement, It is the common law of botfi England and this country that no promise can be enforced unless made for a consideration or sealed but negotiable instruments as a rule are an exception to this. Between the original parties a want of consideration can be pleaded in defense and would operate to defeat a recovery. It would have the same effect as between an endorser and his endorsee, but this only applies to immediate parties or to those who not defeat it, but -will be considered as dated when it was made; but a written date is prima facie evidence of the time of making. When a note falls due on Sunday, or a legal holiday, it becomes payable the day previous. If a sum is written at length in the body and also in figures at the corner the written words control it. It destroys the negotiability of a note to write in the body of it any condition8 or contingencies. A valuable consideration is not always. money. It may be either any gain or advantage to the promisor, or injury sustained by the promisee at the promisor's request. A previous debt, or a fluctuating balance, or a debt due from a third person, might be a valuable consideration. So is a moral consideration, if founded upon a previous legal consideration; as, where one promises to pay a debt that is barred by limitation or by infancy. But amerely moral consideration as one founded upon natural love and affection is no legal consideration. No consideration is sufficient in law if it be. illegal in its nature, or if distinctly opposed to public policy. If a, note is payable at a bank it is only necessary to have the note at the bank. at the stipulated time to constitute a sufficient demand, and if there are -no funds there to meet it, this is sufficient refusal. DAYS oF GRACE,-In a great many States three "Days of Grace," as they are termed, are allowed on negotiable instruments beyond the date set for payment.. This'is not the universal rule, however, as the tendency of late years has been toward'ý doing away with this custom, aiid a number of States have already passed laws abolishing the "'Days of Grace." Where the rule is in effect, however, and it is not specifically waived in the instrument the payor is entitled to the three days as fully as though it were so stipulated, and the holder cannot enforce collection until the expiration of thre6 days after the date set for payment. BILLS OF EXCHANGE. - T HE "bill of exchange' I is an open letter or order whereby one person requests another to pay a third party (or order or bearer) a -certain fixed sum of money. They are of t-výo kinds, the Inland and Foreign bills, the names of which imply the difference between them. The three parties to the bill are called the. Drawer, Drawee and Payee. The bill must be presented to the Drawee and if he agrees to obey the order he "accepts" the bill by writing the word "accepted" across its face and signs his name below it-and thus becomes the "Acceptor." The instrument is usually made negotiable and the payee can transfer it to others by endorsement, which method of transfer may go on indefinitely. The following is a common form of an inland bill of exchange: BUL ov ExCHANGE. $600 CHICAGO, ILL., June 1, 1894.. Sixty days after sight pay to John Sims, or order, Six Hundred Dollars, and charge same, to my account. To HENRY HOLT&, CO. JoHN DOE.' Bostom, Mass. CHECK on a bank is one form of an "Inland Bill of ýZxchangellbut there is some slight difference in the liability of the parties to it. A check requires no acceptance, as a bank is bound to pay the checks of its deposi. tors while still in possession-of their funds, and the drawer of a chech: having funds on deposit has an action for damage for refusal to honor his check, under such circumstances, on the ground of an implied obligation to pay checks according to the usual course of business. Checks are usually drawn payable immediately, but they may be made payable at a future day, and in this case their resemblance to a bill of exchange is very close. As stated, a check requires no acceptance, so far as payment or liability of the drawer is concerned, but it creates no obligation against a bank in favor of the holder until acceptance. When accepted by the bank the word IgAccepted" is stamped on its face with the signature of the banker, It is then said to be certified and thereafter the bank is liable to the holder, As soon as the check is "certified" the amount is charged against the account of the "drawer" the same as if paid, and it is considered paid so far as t he I'dra-wer" is concerned. The drawer of a check is not a surety in the same sense as is the drawer of a bill of exchange, but is the principal debtor like the maker of a note. Ile cannot complain of any delay in the presentment, for it is an absolute appropriation to the holder of so much money, in the hands of the bank, and there it. may lie at the holder's pleasure. The delay, however, is at the holder's risk, and if the bank should fall after he could have got his money the loss is his, If, before he presents the ch eck, the bank pays out all the money of the drawer, then he -may look to the drawer for payment. If the holder of a check transfers it to another he has the right to expect that it, Nvill be presented for payment -svithin a reasonable time. He has the right to expect that it will either be presented the next day or started to the point on which it is drawn. If it is held beyond a reasonable time and a loss is occasioned thereby, the party responsible for the delay must bear the loss. If a bank pays a forged check it is so far its own loss that it cannot charge the money to the depositor whose name was forged. But it is entitled to recover the money from the party who presented it. If it pay a check of which the amount has been falsely and fraudulently increased, it can charge the drawer only with the original amount, provided the drawer himself has not caused or facilitated The forgery by carelessly writing it or leaving it in such hand~ as to make the forgery or alteration easy. In some of the States the Supreme Court has decided in cases -where checks were "raised" that the drawer must bear the loss as they had failed to take reasonable precaution to prevent it. Perforating and cutting machines are on the marlýet which make it almost impossible to raise or alter the amounts so as to avoid detection, and the tendency ýof the decisions is to regard the use of these as only a reasonable precaution on the part of check drawers to save their bank from trouble and loss. - Some, however, adopt the plan of -writing the amount in red ink across their signature. If -many persons, not partners, join in a deposit they must join in a check. If a payee's name is misspelled or wrong in a check, the usual plan is to endorse it first exactly as it appears and then sign the name correctly. There is no settled rule as to how checks should be drawn. In nearly all the cities it is an almost invariable rule to make them payable "to order" so as to require the endorsement of the payee; but in smaller towns many check drawers make them payable "to' bearer," in which case they require no endorsement., and if lost or stolen may cause loss-as whoever presents such a check at the bank is entitled to payment. DRAFTS DRAFT is a form of an inland bill of exchange." The two forms of bills of exchange usually called 11 drafts I I are the bank draft (or exchange) and the "sight or time draft," The bank draft is, to all intents and purposes, the same as a check, but the term is usually applied to " checks drawn by one bank upon funds which it may have in some other bank, termed its "' correspondent." A draft is but very seldom made payable to bearer, it being -almost an invariable rule to make them payable to a cerýtain payee or order, They are negotiable and can be transferred indefinitely by endorsement. If a draft is lo$t or stolen, by applying to the bank that issued it, the payment can be stopped, and after the expiration of payee, on the back of the instrument, thus indicating that, for a consideration, he has relinquished his title to it, and in the absence of any condition or qualification expressed in the endorsement, it implies that ihe endorser will see that the instrument is paid in case it is not taken up by the makerorpayor. Where the instrument is made payable to "bearer," asto '-JohnSims or bearer," no endorsement is necessary to pass -the title-it passes with delivery and any holder may collect or sue upon it the same as if he were the Dayee named therein. In a case of this kind if any holder endorses the instrument, the law is construed strictly against him, and, as it iva-s not necessary for him to endorse to pass title, the law presumes in the absence of a positive qualification that his endorsement was made for the pzrpose of ind ' icating that he would pay it if the payor failed to do so. Where several payees are named in the instrument it must bear the endorsement of all of them to pass the title and make one transfer of it. In this (-ase, howeverl their liability as endorsers is joint, not several. But where two or more holders endorse one after the other in making a transfer f rorn one to the other their liability is several, in ot joint..Every check, draft, bill of exchange, note or other negotiable instrument which is made payable to a certain "payee or order" must bear the endorsement of the party named, to pass the title, and even in cases where they are made payable to "bearer!' it is gene rally customary for the party to whom a transfer is made to require the person from whom he secures it to place his endorsement thereon. There are several kinds of endorsement which should be mentioned in this connection. The first is the "blank endorsement," or "endorsement in blank," in making which the payee simply places his signature on the back of the instrument, without condition or qualification of any hitid. This passes the title to the instrument, and, from that time on, it becomes payable to bearer, and the title passes with delivery, until some subsequent holder sees fit to limit it by making it payable to some other payee, or places some other qualification or condition in the endorsement. When a negotiable instrument bearing a " blank endorsement," has once been put into circulation, any subsequent holder of it has the right to limit or restrict it by writing the conditions over his own endorsement, or, by writing over the endorsement of the original payee, words making it payable to himself or some other party, " or order." This point has been decided by the supreme courts of several of the States. The endorsement may be restricted or qualified in a number of ways. One, which is called a "full endorsement," is very common in the business world. It is simply the act of the payee named making it payable to some other certain payee or ord.er. To do this, the endorser writes ori the back of the instrument, the directions, as: " Pay to John Sims, or order," and places his signature below it. This does not limit his liability as an endorser, but the title to the instrument must thereafter pass through John Sims, and it must bear his endorsement before it will be paid or honored. En-tered.according to Act of Congress, in the year 1894, by Gi,:o. A. OGLE & Co.-, in the office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washiuaton, A 0

Page  VIII SUPPLEMENT V111. GENERAL INFORMATION ON BANKING AND BUSINES ETOS Another common form of limiting the endorsement is to enable the payee (when it is made payable to his order) to transfer his title to the instrument without becoming responsible for its payment, and making the. party to whom it is transferred assume all responsibility concerning payment. To do this th,.aendorser writes the words "Without Recourse" over his signature, which has the effect of relinquishing his title without making him liable to the holder in case the payor fails to take it up. Another method of limiting the endorsement is to make.it conditional, a good illustration of which is the followingS: I"Pay to John Sims or order upon his delivering to. the First National Bank a warranty deed to lot 5, block 4, etc.," below which the endorser places his signature. He can also make it payable to "A. 13. only," or in equivalent words, in which case "A. B." cannot endorse it over; In fact, the endorser has the power to limit his endorsement as he sees ~fit, and either to lessen or increase his liability, such as. either "waiving notice of demand;" making his endorsement a "general and special guaranty of payment " to all f uture holders, etc., but he cannot, by his endorsement, either increase or lessen the liability of any other endorser on the instrument. An endorser, as a rule, is entitled to immediate notice in case the payor fails to pay it. This is the case in nearly all of the' United States, as it has been a rule -of the "law mbrehant" for many years. A few modifications, however,41of the general "law merchant" have been made by statute in several of the States', relating to negotiable paper, in changing the endorser's liability by rendering his contract absolute instead of conditional, making notice unnecessary unless he suffers damage through -want of it, or requiring a judgment to be first recove-fed before he can be held. In the absence, however, of statutory provisions of this kind, and they oftly exist in a few-of the States, it may be said that to hold endorsers they must have prompt notice of non-payment, and it may be said to be a general rule of the "law merchant" that all parties to negotiable paper as endorsers -who are entitled to notice are discharged by want of notice, The demand, notice and protest must be made according to the laws of the place where payable. SThe term Protest is appliedto the-official act by an authorized person. (usually a Notary Public), -whereby he affirms in a formal or prescribed manner in writing that a certain bill, draft, check or other negotiable paper has been presented for acceptance or payment, as the case may be, and been refused. This, and the notice of the "Protest," which must be sent to all endorsers and parties to the paper is to notify them officially of its fail-Lre. GuARAN TY " GUARANTOR," is one who is bound to another, for the fulfillment of a promise, or of an engagement, made by a third party. This kind of contract is very common. According to the "statute of frauds" it must be in writin g, and unless it is a sealed instrument there must be a consideration to support it. As a rule it is not negotiable, so as to be enforced by the transferee as if it had been given to him by the guarantor, but this depends upon the wording, as, if it contains all the characteristics of a note, payable to order or bearer, it will be held negotiable. A contract of guaranty is construed strictly, and, if the liability of the principal be materially varied by the act of the party guaranteed, without the consent of the guarantor, the guarantor is discharged. - The guarantor is also discharged if the 'Liability or obligation is renewed, or extended by law or otherwise, unless he in writing renews the contract. In the case of a bank incorporated for twenty years, which was renewed for ten years more without change of officers, the courts held that the original sureties could not be held after the first term. The guaranty can be enforced even though the original debt cannot, as is the case in becoming surety for the debt of a minor. A guarantor who pays the debt of the principal is entitled to demand from the creditor all the securities he holds, or of the note or bond which declares the debt; and, in some States, the creditor cannot fall back--upon the guarantor until he has collected as much as possible from these securities and exhausted legal remedies against the principal. If the debt or obligation be first incurred and completed before the guaranty is given, there must be a new consideration or the guaranty is void. SA guaranty is not binding unless the guarantor has notice of its accept-.It is, in many cases, difficult to say-and upon it rests the question of legal liability-whether the promise of one to pay for goods delivered to another is an original promise, as to pay for one's own goods, in which case it need not be in'writing; or a promise to pay the debt or guaranty the promise of him to whom the goods are delivered, in which case it must be in writing'. The question generally resolves itself into this: To whom did the seller give and was authorized to give credit? This is a question of fact and not of law. If the books of seller show that he charged them to the party to whom he delivered them, it is almost impossible for him to hold the other party for it, but if on the other hand it is shown that he regarded the goods as being sold to the party whom it is desired to hold, but delivered them to another party and it is so shown on his bookA,it is not regarded as a guaranty, but an original or collateral promise, and would make the party liable. In general, a guarantor of a bill or note is not entitled to such strict and exact notice as an endorser is entitled to, but only such notice as shall save him from actual loss, as he can not make the want of notice his defense unless he can show that it was unreasonably withheld and that he suffered thereby. There is a marked difference in the effect of a guaranty of the "payment," or of. the "collection" of a debt. In the first case, the creditor can look to the guarantor at any time; in the latter, the creditor must exhaust his legal remedies for collecting it, ACCOMMODAi TION PAPER. N accommodation bill or note is one for which the acceptor or maker has received no consideration, but has lent his name and credit to accommodate the drawer, payee or holder. He is bound to all other parties just as completely as if there were a good consideration, for, if this was not the case, it would be of no value to the party accommoda~ted. He is not allowed to set up want of consideration as a defense as against any holder for value. But he is not bound to the party whom he thus accommodates, no matter how the instrument may be drawn. IDEN TIFICA TION. HE mere act of identifying a party or making him known to a banker carries with it no liability on the part of the party who thus preforms it,, unless it can be shown there was fraud or collusion. Customers of banks are frequently asked to identify and make known to their own bankers, strangers -who desire chec-ks or drafts cashed or other a'ccommodations. In some cases a mere introduction is all that is necessary, but only because the banker relies upon the honor and integrity of his customer, knowing that an improper person would not be introduced, for in a case of this kind the bank assumes all the risk. Generally speaking, however, it is an almost invariable rule with bankers, as it should be, to require their customer to endorse all drafts or checks which are honored for the stranger. In this case the endorser becomes personally liable to the bank if any or all of the' drafts or checks prove worthless. An endorsement which is frequently made by parties who are asked to identify others is to merely indicate that they know the party to be the payee named in the check or that the signature of the payee or party is correct. This is done by writing the words "Signature 0. K.11 under the party's name and signing it. This has the effect of guaranteeing that the party's name is as written and that it i's his proper signature.' It does' not guarantee that the check or draft is good or will be paid, but merely as expressed, that the signature is correct, and the only liability assumed is that he will pay th e amount in case the signature proves a forgery. Many banks, however, will not accept paper endorsed this way and justly so, for it throws upon them the burden of the risk... RECEIPTS ANDo RELEASES. NY acknowledgement that a-sum of money has been pa~id is a receipt. A receipt which reads "in full" though admitted to be strong. evidence is by no mean's legally conclusive. If the party signing it can show an error or mistake, it Will be admitted in his favor. Receipts for money will be belId open to examination, and the party holding it must abide the results of such examination-- the great aim of the law being to administer strict justice. A receipt may be of different degrees of explicitness, as the word "Paid" or "Received Payment" written on a bill. A '" release 11 is simply a form of receipt, but is more binding upon the-parties, inasmuch as, if properly drawn, under seal, for a consideration, it is a complete defense to any action based on the debts or claim4 so released. Herein, releases differ from receipts. A relea~se is in the r~ature of a written contract and ~therefore cannot be controlled or Contradicted by evidence, unless on the ground of fraud. But if its words are ambiguous, cr may have either of two or more meanings, evidence is receivable to determine the meaning. INFANTS,AND MINORS. HE incapacity of a person to make a valiacontract may arise from several causes, and the fact of being an infant; or minor, is one of them. The general rule' of law may be stated as being that the contract of an infant or' minor is not always void, but is- voidable, and in many cases special exception is made, giving validity to their contracts for necessaries. By bein.g voidable, but not void 4n themselves, means that the finfant has the right to disavow and annul the contract, either before or within a reasonable time after he reaches his majority. He may do this by word only, but a mere acknowledgment that the debt exists is not enough, and it must be substantially a new promise. A GENC Y __ HlERE are a few well -settled.'curl important rules of law governing the. Smatter of agents and agency, -which every business man should understand thoroughly. "The relation of py'incipa] and agent implies that the principal acts by- and through the agenit. A principal is responsible for the acts of the agent only wh en he h as actually given full authority to th e agrent, or when he has by his -words, 0r'his acts, or both, caused or permitted.the person with whom -the agenit dealsý to believe him clothed With thi's authority.. This is a point which is not always thoroughly understood, but it -is a Well.-settled principle of law. There are two hinds of a-rents-general and specigl, "A general agent is one authorized to represent his principal,Jn ýall his business, or in all his business of a particular tifnd, and his power is limited by the' us'ual scope and character of the business he is empowered to tralnsa!2t. If lie is given out as the general agent, the principal is bound, even if the agent transcends his actual authority, but does.~ot go beyond the -natural and usual scope of the business, On the other hand, a special agent is one authorized to do only a specifie thing, or a few specified things,0r a specified line of work. If this special agrent exceeds his autlrority, it may be stated as an almost invariable rule that the principal is not bound, because the party dealing with the agentmust inquire for himself and at his own peril, into the extent and limits of the authority given to the agent'. Especially is this the case where the party knew that the agent had been or was engaged in attending to a particualar and specified line of work connected with the business of the principal. The 'party, however, is not bound by any special reservations or limita~tio-- rns Ade secre-tly bythepicp al f which hehp d no reaso. Cnabe r es ORI.GIN AND HIS TOR r OF BANKING. N genera!/ýbanks may be said to be credit institutions or deal'ers in credit. " John Jay, Knox once said that "the exchanges of the modern world are barter, effected by the indirect agency of the credit system, and banks and bankers are the mac~hiner~y by which this is done." Metallic money and its representative, the cirdulating note, are only the small change of "Trade" employed in the settlement of balances and small purchases and payments. This fact is illustrated by the operations of the New York clearing house. The exchanges~have been-about 800,000 mill~ions of dollars during the past thirty years while the balances paid in money have only been about 36,000 millions., or about four per cent. of 'the amount of the settlements. It has always been claimed that the business of banking originated with the Venetian money changers who displayed th eir wares and moneys on the streets and thus supplied those in need of change. According to the most eminent authorities the earliest banking institution in Europe was the Bank of Venice, which was founded in 1172, and was based upon a forced loan of the government. Funds deposited in it could be transferred to others on the books of the bank at the pleasure of the owner, but they eould not be withdrawn. The perpetual annuities of the British debt are handled in a very similar manner at the present day. The Bank of Venice -was continued until 1797. In 1401, the Bank of Barcelona was formed. At 4L period much earlier than this, the Jewish money-dealers had invented what a'.e known as "foreign bills of exchange," but it is said that this bank was the first institution that made a business of negotiating and handling them. The Bank, of Genoa commenced operation in 1407 and for centuries was one of the principal bank's of Europe. It was the first to issue cir'culating notes--which were passed only by endorsement, not being payable to bearer. The Bank of Hamburg, established in 1619, was a bank of both deposit and circulation based on fine silver bars. This bank, like nearly all of that early time, had, as a principal object, the protection of the people from worn, sweated, clipped and plugged coins, or coins of certain empires that were reduced in standard value. The rem edy generally adopted was to lock up the debased_ and depreciated coins and circulate the credit granted for'them. Various other banks sprang into existence throughout Europe, many of them being powerful government agencies, ahd in many cases exerted a wide influence in shaping the destinies of empires. In 1694 the Bank of England was established, and there is no banking institution in the world equal to it in the management of -national finances. The Bank of France was authorized in 18.00. It"is not a fiscal' agent of the government as is that of England. It does not collect or disburse the revenues of the exchequer but it lends to it largely, while its credits, in the form of circulating notes and other acceptances, have borne the government safely through extraordinary needs. It is.claimed that the first organized bank in the United States had its origin in the formation of a banking company without charter Juno 18th, 1780, by the citizens of Philadelphia, and first action by Congress was taken June 22, of the same year in reference to this proposed association. Two years afterward, a " perpetual charter"I was granted to the Bank of North America at Philadelphia. In 1784 the State of Massachusetts incorporated the Massachusetts Bank.- The Bank of New York was chartered in March, 1791, although it had been doincg business since 17'84, under articles of association drawn by Alexander Hamilton. Most of these institutions are still running and have been converted into national banks. The Bank of the United States was organized in 1791. The most of the stock was owned by the United States Government, but later the Government interest Was disposed of, and in 1843 the bank failed. State banks were organized rapidly, and private banking firms sprang into existence and the business of banking assumed immense proportions. In 18531, the NATIONAL BAmK'SYSTEX was adopted and in 1864 the National Bank Bureau of the Treasury Department was organized, the chief officer of which is the comptroller of the currency. In M~arch, 18605, an act was p assed providing for a ten per cent. tax on notes of any person or State bank issued for circulation, and making an exception of National banks, This had the effect of taxing, the State bank circulation out of existence. As the National banking system has proven one of the most efficient and sat. isf actory methods the world has ever known, it will be of interest to review here some of its principal features. Under this act National banks may be organized by any number of persons not less than five. Not less than onethird of the capital must be invested in United States bonds, upon which, circulating notes may be issued equal to'90 per cent of the par -value of the Ibonds. These circulating notes are receivable at par in the United States in allI payments except for duties on -imports, interest on the public debt and in redemption of the national currency. The National banks are required to keep a certain reserve; they are authorized to loan money at the rate of interest allowed by the various States--when no rate is fixed by the laws of the State, the banks may charge 7 per cent. Shareholders are held individually liable, equably and ratably, for all debts of the association to the extent of the amount of their stock, in addition to the amount invested therein_ The banks are required, before the declaration of a dividend, to carry one-tenth part of their net profits of the preceding half year to a surplus fund until the same shall amount to 20 per cent. of the capital; and losses and bad debts must be deducted from net profits before any dividend is declared. A receiver may be appointed by the comptroller to close up under his supervision the affairs of any national bank which shall fail to kýeep good its lawful money reserve or which may become insolvent. While there have been national bank failures, there has never been any loss to the people whatever on the circulation. A suit may be brought for forfeiture of the charter of a bank ift he directo-rs shall knowingly violate the law; and in such cases they may be. held liable in their individual capacity. There are other restrictions in the law such as for instance, the prohibition against loaning to any one borrower of more than ten per cent. of the capital; or the holding of any real estate except such as is required for banking purposes, or the granting of loans upon the security of the bank stock. The national bank circulation has been gradually growing less during the pas t ten years, as the United States bonds available are quoted so high above -par and the rate of i 'nterest so low that there is but little profit to the banks in it. All of the. States have laws regulating State Banks and providing certain restrictions, but as the laws of the various States are not alike it is impossible to give a general description of the matterthat would apply to all the States. The laws, however, provide for and require State banks to hold a certain reserve, and at regular intervals they make full statements as to their condition and their affairs are examined into by certain State officials at frequent intervals. The- laws of all the States have reached a high degree of perfection in the method of -regulating and overseeing State banks, and the almost universal soundness and reliability of these institutions reflect credit upon the laws under which they exist. ýCLEARING HOUSE. WTE PClearingr-Hosois ti, he int lplace where the exchanges otfflthe b nks ar were adjusted by payme~nts in gold, which became so laborious, dangerous, and complicated, that the balances were settled only weekly. instead of daily--a plan that resulted in great risk and evil. This was obviated by the clearing-house system, through which the settlements are so simultane0o1usly and quickly effected that in New York the transa'ctions in one single day have amounted to over $300,000,000,in adjusting which the exchanges were settled in the space of an hour. Besides saving a vast amount of work, book-keepincg and expensie, it ei~Abled-the banks by united aid to strengcthen each other in times of excitement and financial panic. The f ollowing is the manner in which the settlements- are made in about all the clearing-houses of this country: The clearing-room is provided with a continuous line of desks, one for each bank that is a member of the association, each desk bearing the name and number of the bank. Each bank is represented every morning, at the hour fixed for settlement, by two clerks, one a messenger who brings with him the checks, drafts, etc., that~his bank has received. during the day previous upon the other banks -called the "exchanges," and these are' assorted for each bank and placed in envelopes. On the outside of each envelope is a slip on-which are listed the amounts of the various items which it contains. The messengers take their places in a line outside the row of desks, each. opposite the desk assigned to hiis bank, while at each desk is 'a clerk with. a sheet containing the names of all the banks in the same order as the desks, with the aggregate amoun'ts which his bank's messenger has against each bank. Just previous to the hour -fixed for making the exchanges the manager takes his position and calls the house to order. At a signal the bell rings and each messengerI moves forward to the desk next his own and delivers the envelope containing the checks, etc., for the bank represented at that desk to the clerk at that desk, together with a printed list of the banks in the same order, with the amount opposite each bank. The'clerk receiving it, signs. and returns it to the messenger, who immediately passes on to the next desk; then to the neit, and so on until he has made a complete circuit and has again reached the desk of his own bank -the starting point. All the other messengers moving, in the same m.anner; each messenger has, by this means, visited every bank and delivered to each everything his bank held- for it, taking a receipt for the same; and at the same time each bank has received all the exchanges that every other bank had against it.. This operation even in the greatest clearing houses only consumes from ten to fifteen minutes. This enables the banks to know at once the exact balance for or against it, as the clerks immediately enter from the slips on their own sheets the aggregate amount from each bank, and the difference between the tot al amount brought by them, which at once shows the balance due to or from the clearing house to each bank. This is reported to their banks, and. the balance is paid to or drawn from the clearing house, thus at once settling the accounts between all the banks. The lists are I- proved " carefully, and certain fines are- laid for all errors, tardiness, etc. I Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1894, by GEe. A. OGLE & CO., in the office of th Librarian of Congress, at Washington, D. C. Entered acc6rdim- to Act of Congress, in the year 1894, by GEo. A. OGLE & Co., in the office of the- Librari.

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