Illustrated historical atlas of the counties of Ottawa & Kent, Michigan.
H. Belden & Co., Charles Shober & Co.

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Page  II I cONTENTS.0 OTTAWA COUNTY. TOWNSHIPS, VILLAGE PLATS, Etc. PAGE. Allendale Township--------------XIV. Blendon Township-----------------XXX. Berlin, Plat of---------------------XIV. Crockery Township-.---..------------- IV. Chester Township -----_ ------- - XVII. Coopersville, Plat of-----------------XII. Ferrysburg, Plat of------------------IX. Georgetown Township ------------_XXII. Grand Haven Township ----------X, XI. Grand Haven City, Plat of---.-----VI, VII. Holland Township ------------ XXXXXI. Holland City, Plat of-------------XXV. Hudsonville, Plat of---------------- XIV. Jamestown Township ------------- XXVII. Lamont, Plat of--------------------- XII. Nunica, Plat of-------------- -------IV. New Groningen, Plat of ------------XIV. PAGE. Olive Township.---------XXVIII, XXIX. Ottawa County --------------------- III. Ottawa Station, Plat of--------- XXIX. Polkton Township--------------.--XIII. Robinson Township -----------XXXIII. Robinson Village, Plat of -------.-----XVI. Spring Lake Township-.------------XII. Spring Lake Village, Plat of----------- IX. Talmadge Township -------------- XVI. Wright Township-----------XVIII. West Olive, Plat of--------------- XXIX. Zeeland Township---------------XXVI. Zeeland Village, Plat of------------XXVI. VIEWS. Atkins, W. F.-------------------XXIV. Bishop, C. G.---------------------VIII. PAGE. Brouwer, Klass----- -------------VIII. Boone,J.-----------------..-XXXI. Cutler House and Surroundings---------V. Combs, S. H..-------------------VIII. Combs, D.----------------------VIII. Carr, M. W.-.-------------XXIII. Chadwick, C. -------------------XXXI. Ellis, A. C.----..-------------------.-XIX. Fitzpatrick, J. ---------------------- VIII. Hope College--------.--------.-------XV. Hunton, D.F.---------------------XIX. Himelburger, J. ------------------XXIV. Hardy, Thos.------------------.XXIV. Haire, John ------------------XXXII. Irish, W. A. -------------------XXIV. Jenison, Hiram ------------------- XXXI. Jenison, L. & L.------------------XXXI. Johnson, John ----------------- XXXI. PAGE. Lachman, Adam --------------------VIII. Lillie, J. B...------------------XXIII. Lillie, Benj.-------------------XXIII. Lillibridge, W. J. ----------XXXII. Miller, H.----------------------XXX. Norton, W. L.-----.------------XXIII. Phelps, Franklin---------------.- XXIII. Roebling, Mrs. L. ----------------VIII. Roberts, Richard ----------------XIX. Stearns Bros. --------------------VIII. Starks,Geo.--------------------XXIV. Woodbury, Giles T.--- ----------XIX. Walker, Joel A. ------------------XIX. Wells, G.M. --------------------XIX. Walcott, E. -------------------XXIII. Wheeler, J. H.----------------XXIV. Wiltenburg, C. V D --------------XXIV. Washburn, E. L. ---------- ----XXXI. HISTORY. PAGE. Ottawa County, Townships, etc., XXXIV, XXXV, XXXVXXXVXXVXXXVIXXVIII. PATRONS' DIRECTORY. Allendale Township.-------------- XLII. Chester Township ------------------- XL. Crockery Township------ ---- XLII. Grand Haven City and Township--XXXIX. Georgetown Township ------------- XLI. Holland City and Township-------XXXIX. Jamestown Township ----------XLI. Olive Township ----------------- XLI. Polkton Township -----------------XLI. Spring Lake Township ------- XLII. Talmadge Township -----------------XL. Wright Township -------------XL, XLI. Zeeland Township ------------------XLI. KENT COUNTY. TOWNSHIPS, VILLAGE PLATS, Etc. PAGE. Alpine Township--------------------- 28 Algoma Township ------------------40 Ada Township --------------------- 8 Ada, Plat of------------------------- 54 Alaska, Plat of--------------------- 24 Byron Township--------------------- 20 Bowne Township -------------------27 Byron Centre, Plat of ---------------- 20 Courtland Township ------------------ 39 Cannon Township------------------ 32 Cascade Township ------------------15 Caledonia Township ----------------- 24 Cannonsburg, Plat of----------------- 57 Cedar Springs, Plat of---------------- 57 Caledonia Station, Plat of------------ 24 Casnovia, Plat of---------.---------- 46 Eastern Hemisphere------------------ 69 Fisher's Station, Plat of --------------- 19 Grattan Township------------------ 35 Grand Rapids Township --------------7 Gaines Township --------------------- 23 Grattan Centre, Plat of---------------- 57 Grandville, Plat of------------------- 57 Kent County --------------- 3 Kent City, Plat of -----------------.. 46 Lowell Township ----..--------------- 12 Lowell Village, Plat of-------------.-- 54. Michigan, State of ----------------- 6o, 61 Nelson Township -------------------- 50 Oakfield Township ------------------36 Plainfield Township ------------------ 31 Paris Township -------------------- 16 Ross Station, Plat of------------------ 20 Rockford, Plat of------------------- 54 Solon Township --------------------49 Spencer Township-------------------- 53 Sparta Township------------------- 45 Sand Lake, Plat of-------------------- 50 Sparta Centre, Plat of----------------- 57 Tyrone Township ------------------46 United States ----.. -- ----64, 65 Vergennes Township ---------------- II Walker Township ----..-.----------4 Wyoming Township----------- Western Hemisphere --..--- -. PAGE. 19 -- 68 VIEWS. Alger, J. D._---------------------- Bailey, F. F..--------------------- Boynton, Mrs. H.-------------------- Boynton, W. F. and A. S. ------------- Boden, Anthony---------------------- Barkley, Byard----------------------- Birdsall, William.... Browne, S. A.---------------------- Baker, Win. W.------------------- Blood, J. M.----------------------- Bergy Bros. -------.--------------- Babcock, Warren--------------------- Barclay, Chas. -------------------- Brown, C. ------------------------- Briggs, Hon. E. L. ------------------- Brown, L. D. --------...--- --------. Budlong, W. H.--------------------- Blackall, Benj.-------------------- Chapman, L H.---------------------- Cornell, Robt. B.-------------------- Covell, P. F.------------------------ Courtright, Cornelius ----------------- Cook, Sylvester -------- ------ Denison, Henry A...----------------- Davis, Stephen B. --------.------------ Davis, F. and R. E.---------------- Davies, Albert W.------------------- Davis, Jorden---_----------------- D'Ooge, L. ------------------------ Dunnett, W.------------------------ Edison, Geo. M.---------------------- Feakins, Edward..----------------- Gillam, Benj. ------.---------------- Grattan Centre Hotel------------ ---- Gillam, John------------------------- Grandville Carding Mill -.------- Griggs, G. W.-------------------- Holt, H.and H. G.------------------ Hubbel, E. S.------------------ House, Conrad---------------------- 42 25 43 43 70 56 55 34 66 66 74 71 21 44 6 22 62 59 72 38 13 56 51 42 17 18 72 22 62 59 34 43 33 22 30 51 6 14 22 22 PAGE. Hunter & Son E. -------------------22 Hill, Otis--------------------------- 22 Hathaway, H. M.-------------------- 62 Hartwell, Win.--------------------- 55 Hartwell, Mrs. Tunis----------------- 72 Horton, S. D.---------------------- 73 Holcomb, M. A.-------------------- 21 Hine, H. B.-------------------------- 26 Hinman, C.C. ----------------------- 30 Hinman, Z. M.---------------------- 48 Johnson, J. P.--------------------- 42 Johnson, James C.------------------ 71 Kenyon, G. W. ------------------.-- 42 Kinney, Daniel -------------------- 74 King, M.J. -----------------------74 Laraway, Wm. ------------------- 70 Lowell Commercial Nurseries---------- 51 Liebler, J. A. ----------------------74 Lessiter, Henry -------------------- 73 Leece, F.------------------------- 21 Lake House ------------------------ 5 McDiarmid, A. --------------------- 71 McVean, Mrs. D. C. -----------------21 Maynard, Thos. --------------------13 Mekeel, Wm. H. -------------------56 McNaughton, John------------------- 55 Mathewson, J. M. (Horse "Bangweola") - 51 Munshaw, Lambert------------------- 10 McArthur, H.--------------------- 22 Martin, J. H.---------------.. 62 Norton, E. W. ---------------------30 Nash, Jonathan E.------------------ 48 Neal, D. B.----------------------- 59 O'Connor, Wm. --------------------59 Phillips, E.C.---------- ----------- 67 Peck & Co., A. (Horse " Golddust-) - - - 51 Pond, H. D. ----------------------41 Pearsali, S. M.----------------------- 42 Patterson, Miner--------------------- o10 Prescott, Geo. W.------------------ 37 Purdy, D. M.---------------------- 33 Roys, Myron and Frank--------------- 47 Rose & Lawson -------------------- 59 Richardson, Geo. S.----------------- 25 Rogers, Capt. H. H. ---------------- 43 PAGE. SRobinson, J.------------------------ 43 Robey, E. A. ----------------------48 Rathbun, Orsemus-------------------- 70 Rathbun, G. B.-------- ------------- 52 "Reed Farm" --------------------- 52 Shuman, Erastus ------------------- 18 Smith, Mrs. S. ---------------------33 Smith, Gordon ---------------------- 33 Stebbins, G. P.------------.-------- 33 Stark, G.P.--------------------- -25 Sessions, R. C.---------------------. 59 Scranton,S. B.---. --------------- 22 St. Andrew's Roman Catholic Church--- 9 Towner, S. S.--------- ------------63 Turner, Win. ----------------------47 Trask, J. R. -----------------------22 Tobey, Samuel----------------------- 59 PAGE. Grattan Township-------------------So 80 Grand Rapids City and Township.- - - - 79, 8o Gaines Township ------------------ 78, 79 Kent County ----------------------75, 76 Lowell Township --------------------- 8o Nelson Township -...----.-. 8o, 81 Oakfield Township ------------------ 81 Plainfield Township ----------------- 81 Paris Township -------------------- 81 Solon Township ------------- 81, 82 Spencer Township -------------------- 82 Sparta Township -------------------82 Tyrone Township ------------------- 82 Vergennes Township----------------- 82 Walker Township------------------82, 83 Wyoming Township ----------------- 83 Taylor, Hon. Wm.------------------ 33 PATRONS' DIRECTORY. Teeple, Geo. W.-----..--.-------- - 42 Thompson, Leroy L.------7------------ 25 Alpine Township------------------- 89 Thompson, Calvin-------------------- 26 Algoma Township------------------ 88 Tower, Stephen S.------------------ 41 Ada Township--------------------- 91 Timpson, Joseph--------------------- 51 Byron Township -------------------87 Vond, W. C. -----------------------66 Bowne Township--------------------- 88 Weitz, George--------------------- 74 Cedar Springs Village---------------- 89 Withey, J. H.-.. ----------- 37 Courtland Township---------------- 89 Wilson, John C. --------------------29 Cannon Township------------------ 91 Wyoming Mills--------------------- 43 Caledonia Township.-------------.- 90 Waterman, Chas.------------------- 55 Cascade -------------------------- 92 Wright, N. C. ---------------------- 67 Grattan Township-.:------------------ 91 Young, George----------------------- 70 Grand Rapids City-----------------85, 86 Grand Rapids Township-------------- 86 HISTORY, EARLY SET- Gaines Township-------------------90 TL E1EN, ELowell Township ----------------g...-- 9~ TLEMENT, Etc. Nelson Township ------------------- 92 Alpine Township------------------- -77 Oakfield Township----------------- 91 Algoma Township------------------- 77 Plainfield Township----------------91, 92 Ada Township------------------76, 77 Paris Township -------------------- 88 Biographical Sketches--------------83, 84 Solon Township-------------------- 92 Byron Township--------------------- 77 Spencer Township------------------- 92 Bowne Township-------------------- 77 Sparta Township------------.-------- 87 Courtland Township--------------- 78 Tyrone Township------------------ 92 Cannon Township---------.--------- 78 Vergennes Township------------------ 89 Cascade Township------------------ 78 Walker Township---------------86, 87 Caledonia Township---------------77, 78 Wyoming Township----------------- 87 fc( /

Page  III ----------- -------- ZZ: or) C-4 I-Z;"I cn IR - CA LL-1 14-1 jglý............. h CA Cl Knrn L A rrl cn 1:4 Title: Map of Ottawa County Keywords: Chester; Spring Lake; Crockery; Polkton; Wright; Grand Haven; Robinson; Allendale; Talmadge; Olive; Blendon; Georgetown; Holland; Zeeland; Jamestown; Lisbon; Six Corners; Big Spring P.O.; Ferrysburg; City of Grand Haven; Detroit & Milwaukee RR.; Nunica; Crockery Cr.; Cooperville; Spoonville; Oconto; Johnsville; Robinson; Chicago Michigan Lake Shore R.R.; Grand River; Eastmanville; Newburg; Allendale P.O.; Prop. Michigan & Ohio R.R.; Bass River; Berlin; Lamont; Deer Creek; Talmadge P.O.; West Olive; Pigeon Lake; Pigeon Creek; Olive Sta.; N. Holland Sta.; Blendon Sta.; Hudsonvile; Jenisonville; Ventura P.O.; New Holland P.O.; Black Lake; City of Holland; New Gronigon P.O.; Zeeland Grand Rapids Branch C. & L.S. R.R.; Black River; Vriesland; Depot; Forest Grove P.O.; Jamestown Center P.O.; Hauley P.O.; Lake Michigan Note:

Page  IV T-Nr T 3' 32 Title: Map of Crockery Township; Nunica 7 & 8N 15W Keywords: C.D. Harris; E. White; F. Burd; W. Burd; J. Kiper; J. Withey; J. Cooper; O. Sheperd; L. Cooper; W. Smack; R. Rickner; J. Payne; A. Halsted; R.R. Land; G.M. Smith; D.H. Nichols; R.R. Land; S. Lawrence; D. Cain; W. Allen; A.C. Floyd; H. Beckwith; J. Legg; O. Baldwin; J. Miller; S. White; W. Pallen; S. White; L. Robinson; J. Keeler; Saw F. Jones; G. Downie; D.C. Bouton; Smith & Fields; A.C. Haywood; F. French; A.B. Green; P. Cooper; A. Halsted; C. Rickner; S.O. Salter; F.M. Wilson; A. Anderson; S. Swanson; J.S.; W. Decker; W. Parker; S. Van Etten; I. Ellis; J. Wildey; J.A. Bond; W.H. Bond; W. Otto; C. Wallberg; J.F. Koch; Ferry; D. Cain; J. Wiseman; T. Gribbs; F. Jones; C. Keindeer; D.C. Batin; Mrs. Hopkins; J. Newcomb; N.W. Read; Dodington; J. Gleason; A. Purvis; S.P. Moore; A. Purvis; W.&L. Moore; R. Clark; A. Frickman; A.C. Hull; D. Wait; W. Quigley; Wm. Bruce; S. Holcomb; W.H. Burd; R.C. Hunter; H.B. Porter; W. Kenester; J.H. Shuyler; P. Connell; A. Pull; H.D. Scott; J. Sage; Nunica; C.N. Pickett; W.H.; J. Elliott; M.C. Carpenter; C. Hagon; N. Coon; G.W. Bouton; J. Rae; T.G. Westover; F. Douck; D.H. Nichols; M. Thompson; G. Wiseman; M. Carr; H. Pennoyer; H. Ernst; C.L. Hatch; E. Tissue; A. Muzzel; M. Steinbeck; P. Steinbeck; R. Millard; H. Borchers; J. Borchers; J. Merc; A.J. Hale; B. Chittenden; S. Hartley; J.M. Patchin; N. Thorp; Trich Bros.; J.H. Young; W. Young; P. Rochbeck; F. Myer; W.M. Bruce; H. Sims; A. Roth; J. Eckhoff; J. Zietlow; M. Viebrock; J. Easterly; J. Nehmer; E.J. Plant; J. Elhorn; J. Holmes; H.D. Scott; G. Van Etten; D. Golden; E. Plant; W. Wood; S. Van Etten; O.P. Gordon; H.D. Scott; C. Douck; E. Douck; C. Douck; D. Hollan; J. Hollan; J.H. Davidson; F. Flanders; Crockery Creek; W. Thompson; S. Thompson; Mrs. Evans; W. Thompson; J. Carpenter; E. Thompson; T. Millington; C.W. Lane; S. Ball; J.W. Pierce; D. McMillan; D. Kierch; C. Hill; J.L. Deremo; J.M. Patchin; L. Markhaus; C. Lightens; A. Kinney; A. Zitts; C. Sommerset; C. Buffy; B. Klintward; R. Rehebaum; J. Fidler; O.O. Sparks; M.P. Sparks; D.B. Thorp; G. Warniger; J.B. Majors; W.M. Bruce; J. Little; M. Williams; H. Plant; L.D. Plant; F. Viebrock; J.H. Viebrock; Spoonville; C.&M.L.S. R.R.; S. Van Etten; Spoon & Thompson; N. Baldwin; D. Boltwood; C. McMaster; J.F. Palen; N. Gray; O.A. Jubb; C. Needham; J.H. Westover; S. Hunter; C. Hunter; O.A. Jubb; N. Gray; T.F. Hunter; J.B.&B. Murry; F. Bruce; A. Seymour; C.A. Rutherford; A.W. Taylor; Indian Reservation; B. Martin; C.F. Bowler; M.P. Sparks; Spoon & Thompson; Grand River; Spoonville; E. Barden; W. Hancock; E. Barden; R. Peters; E. Smith; J. Weaver; Seth Hunter; G.S. Putnam; J.B. Fonger; N. Griswold; S. Griswold; Van Dyke; L. Barrenger; E.J. Rand; S. Griswold; H.Mc.; J.B.F.; Mills St.; Charles St.; Michigan Ave.; George St.; 1st St.; 2nd St.; 3rd St.; South Ave.; C.M. & L.S. R.R.; D.&M. R.R.; William St.; Colmers; Main St.; Washington St.; Washington St.; George St.; Cass St. Note: Crockery Tp.

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Page  VI ............... Title: City of Grand Haven 8N 16W Keywords: Lake Michigan; Parks St.; Heber St.; Kirby St.; Brayton St.; River St.; Grant St.; Storrs St.; Basket St.; Boyce St.; Emlaw St.; Reynolds St.; Colfax St.; Douglas St.; Stors & Co. Add.; Mill Reservation; Causeway; I.V. Harris & Co.; Grand River; Howard St.; Layfayette St.; Clinton St.; Franklin St.; Columbus St.; Fulton St.; Elliot St.; Water St.; 1st St.; 2nd St.; 3th St.; 4th St.; 5th St.; Sixth St.; Seventh St.; Eighth St.; Monroe & Harris Add.; Monroe St.; Madison St.; Jackson St.; Adams St.; Waitemonglo; K. Jonker; L. Verboeks; J.W. Cook; Waits Add.; J.D.S.; J.W. Cook; Despelder Add.; Mrs. J. Kieft; H. Gringhuis; M. Helder; J.W. Hopkins; R. Roberts; Wyman; G. Mulder; Mrs. Dejong; J. Bolt; D. Cutler; R. Roberts; Barnes Add.; Hopkins Add.; Griffin St.; Clubbs Add.; Franklin St.; Pennoyer Ave.; C.B. Albees Add.; Wm. M. Ferny; R.W. Duncan; J.T. Davis; W. Verhoeks; D. Vanlylen; S. Verhoeks; H. Nieboer; J. Civ.; J. Ball; D. Cutler; W. Visser F. Visser; J. Visser Jr.; J. Radeke; Ferry St.; S. Dykstry; T.W. Ferry; W.M. Ferry; F. Smith; B. Jones; Wallace St.; Akeley; H.S. Clubb; M. Zill; C. Werkman; A. Tiets; J. Van Dyk; B. Bennett; A. Williams; H. Bronwer; F.D. Vos; L. Tuts; Derk J. Vos; T. Friant; H. Gillen; Beechtree St.; R.W. Duncan; Monroe Howlett & Cutlers Add.; Burgess & Gillens; Gillen St.; East Moreland St.; Adams St.; D.&M. R.R.; Depot; Wadsworths Add.; Merchant St.; Wharf St.; Wall St.; Campau Add.; Leggats Add.; Park Place; William St.; Slayton St.; Slaytons & Vanderveens Add.; Grant St.; Colfax St.; Cutler & Sheldons; D.F. Hunton; R.W. Duncan; Elizabeth St.; R. Howlett; G. Vanl; D. Cutler; Buglen & Safford; Cemetery; K. Vanweelden; Albee Estate; J. Cochmower; J. Becktel; J. Radeke; K. Vanweelden; G. Eastman; City Cemetery; R.W. Duncan; Light House; G. Eastman; A. Bennett; H. Gillen; T. Friant; Derk J. Vos.; L. Tuts; F.D. Vos; J. Van Dyk; A. Williams; B. Bennett; H. Bronwer; H.S. Clubb; M. Zill; C. Werkman; A. Tiets Note:

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Page  IX P -Otl~t....c.J&.... ldd OWNS WAM ~-~ kl-.~/smyWIT gi IT: -4!Ae- 1-1%ýr-ýW-ý-ý5ý-,ýý ý ý-qa%,--Iq aq Pd = I ~~/z4U< K TEN /zw / /l r ) AW4N) ~ KVt deftN t ~LN - k';;o p0 A41 L 7. I - --C400L------ST---- AVE_ i;3' - SCOFIELD s NG -HA 4VO 7-711-e CA S 7' _ _ __jRST Ný-i1 * Ir.V~f\1 N *I Stwozt 10 sr.Atise ff. NGESMA"y \ \\ jL 607-o'ej- mittioll I xI Title: Spring Lake and Ferrysburg Keywords: North St.; Birch Ave.; Beech St.; Fifth St.; Maple Ave.; Scofield St.; State Road; L.S.&M.S. R.R.; W. Elm St.; Scofield & Vermyles; First St.; Second St.; Third St.; Fourth St.; Oak St.; Pine St.; Spring Lake; Hopkins St.; Barber St.; Mason St.; Mill Reserve; Liberty St.; State St.; Exchange St.; River St.; River St.; School St.; Mill St.; Main St.; Park St.; Division St.; Jackson St.; Buchanan St.; Haire Tolford & Hancock Add.; Meridian St.; Mrs. H.A. Hopkins; J. Finch; Hopkins Add.; Summit St.; Elm. St.; M. Visser; N. Monk; Vissers Add.; Vissers St.; South St.; Brongersma St.; K. Brongersma; Sisson & Lilley; W. Crosbie; G. Downie; North St.; West St.; South St.; East St.; Westover’s Add.; H. Start; H.M.; T. Holl; W.H. Roberts; J. Benstead; T. Hall; E.D. Frink; A. McCarty; M. Spiels; C. Bouley; A. O’Brien; M. Allen; K. Klouw; O. DeWitt; H.M.; L.L.; Cutler & Savidge; H. Savidge; W.G. Sinclair; W. Sinclair; Bartholomew Add.; Vercada & Wierenga; Grand River; State Road Note: Spring Lake; Ferrysburg

Page  X 4, V 12 I F' 4 52 - 7 -7' I t2 -C S U -4 a 5 -I =1i TV I-7 Title: Map of Grand Haven Township 7 & 8N 16W Keywords: I.V. Harris & Co.; City of Grand Haven; Wyman; J.W. Hopkins; R. Roberts; W.M. Ferry; R.W. Duncan; R. Roberts; E.S.; B.J.; Ferry; J. Balt; J.V.; F.S.; J.T.D.; R.H.; W.V.; D.V.; S.V.; D.P.H.; A. Bennett; T.W. Ferry; H. Bosch; G.E. Eastman; City Cemetery; R.W. Duncan; B.&S.; Cem.; K.V.; Albee; K. Van Weelden; J. Rodeke; J. Becktel; D.C.; J.V. Jr.; J.R.; R.V.; W.V.; J. Ball; J.C.; A.K.; A. Tiets; M.Z.; C.W.; H.S. Clubb; J. Van Dyk; F.D. Vos; L. Tuts; D.J. Vos; H. Gillen; T. Friant; A. Williamson; H.B.; B.B.; T.E. Gidley; O.G. Ewing; E. Wheeler; J.G. Goldberg; J. Goldberg; Ottawa Co. Boom Co.; J. Seek; C.H. Bailey; S. Gidley; G.W. Alexander; S. Van Dreger; John Goldberg; J. Goldberg; H.&C. Brouwer; Wyman Bushwell & Bowers; G. Eastman; L.N. Holcomb; Brower & Bush; C.B.; C.; A. Mull; Mrs. Andrews; S. Tate; Fish; J. Mastenbroeck; E.P. Ferry; G. Eastman; Ferry & Marks; H.&H.V. Squire; M. Reinders; M. Van Huizen; J. Aalquire; H. Brower; Ferry & Parks; S.L. Tate; W.A.N; J. Sundee; O.G. Ewing; L. Tracy; W. Behm; F. Griebenow; S.R. Harris; G.W. Alexander; G.W. Norcross; G.S. Orcott; J.B. Norcross; S. Gidley; F. Leach; D.B. Conger; G.W. Norcross; E. Branch; E.M.E.; C.H. Chranson; S. Gidley; J.M.L.; S. Coon; O. Wolcott; C.C. Olin; G.W. Alexander; V. Hickman; Driving Park; T.E. Gidley; Howlett & Moore; Grand River; S.J. Wilcox; Minkhuiser; l. Bradehoeft; C. Nordhuis; N.B. Jones; Mrs. Van Doorn; W. Zillman; Proposed Mich. & Ohio R.R.; A. Hougar; C. Zitzema; F. Van Maren; Knight & Coon; Monroe & Harris; R.W. Duncan; W. Behm; Mill House Bayou; C.E. Hoadley; J. Bohrer; G.W. Robinson; J. Nontitt; Mrs. G. Schultz; J. Kies; H. Saul; L. Bradenhoeft; H. Saul; J. Baldt; W. Schmidt; Behmhalt; H. Bairman; A. Broecker; W. Dubois; C. Van Doorne; J. Strasburg; R.W. Duncan; E. Koldbery; C. Klager; C. Lampka; W. Wildbred; C. Klager; J. Dubois; T.H. Bigwell; G. Schwale; S. Gunn; O. Bignel; C. Grambauer; M. Munger; S. Gunn; T.H. Bignell; W. Behm; A. Huigle; E. Ferry; A. Lessien; A. Reister; G.W. Aiken; J. Safford; Mary Bahre; S. Vos; H. Saul; W.W. Fants; J. Behm; K. Ahrens; W. Ellman; J. Broecker; C. Ladewig; Oconto Sta.; J. Dubois Jr.; C. Schmidt; F. Wenger; J. Mihleman; C. Ruch; J. Dubois; S. Gunn; H. Beirman; Bush; F.D. Vos; W. Hoffmeister; T.H. Bignall; F. Ellman; W.R. Bowes; M. Kuken; L. Silcox; J.C. Lemon; A. Warner; F. Berg; Ackley’s Pier; C. Harris; T. Healey; J. Behm; P.A. Wooley; W.R. Bowes; A. Barber; R. Schock; L. Regelin; P. Ruch; C. Podegn; J. Bevers; W.R. Bowes; D. O’Conel; C. Markmann; T. Benneng; F. Tellner; Retzschlock; D. Cutler; T. Rymer; W. Behm; H. Bollow; Ross; Whiter; P.A. Wooley; C. Harris; W. Fileman; J. Harris; J. Mahnck; P. Dushane; C. Dushane; H. Burfind; T. Healey; H.A. Schultz; W.R. Bowes; A. Edwdards; . Edwards; S.S. Trevett; C.A. Wilcox; F. Behm; Johnsville Sta.; J. Tar; C.H. Ackley; D. Bowan; C.A. Wise; J. Barlow; H. Brower; W.R. Bowes; A. Reiser; Beavers Dunker & Co.; M.P. Sparks; D. Connell; J. Harris Jr.; P. Dushane; P. McCarty; T. McCarty; M. Donahoe; W.R. Bowes; G.W. Harris; H.C. Ackley; R.D. Wheeler; A. Wheeler; W.R. Bowes; M. Morrison; L.L. Morrison; H. Chillis; J. White; J. Shutt; H. Temple; J. Parker; J. Youngs; S. Priest; Lake Michigan Note:

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Page  XII Was ý M ---.1 a go, i-M I 4 ýkýjm Rug lip LLOA I'l '.Ulm Im IMAAA 17Y ui w I 9, T iýý 121 -Cl ff7-ZZer C. -6149 c3o, A -4110- De-"-Z-zz Z. -ZTO-- z z 160, 171 W. -pew z z 4.0. YZ.- LH. y7A 20. *0. 416, zZ-i'Prd 3 i k f2, //,a- 7ýj IQ R Ký7Z-,P- TV 410. 1.' link IT R7 wz z a7zltaz-z 40, T", W Z-!V 0 0, 443, Jlf.-- Pe3 /1 -if- CoSeal r- a 0, IBM MON MEE:ý,,l f 7 4-, - qff- 2ý 4ý '-f ýt7zil- Z T47- Z 7 -Jr R, z ff- A 76-,- wc 0 Z/O - 0 0.................................. Ing if Z, 7 -- rs ze. I 2Z NJ LA. ýXj mizzalz 4,a ----------- -- IZ!ý 11-6, He Va-7?-We.7- 114- f 108 /00 1919 90 JUI L -.LT / cc mettry 10 WASMi NG-rON 106 Ole, - 7' '90 10.9- -6)4 19 GYGe 6ý9 1104 -Jlý Ed 8P., 719' S e, c, L s '. lZb ZýL Se, cc& NPe ft A0 0- &,,:-f7Z, C 43 61 rb.1-59 60 9'.49 50 131, w er 411 Cý 104 F8 57 -5e CoA R y 4" /o 68 Ali. XýA, ~rr ZD 2, el ic -91 7,7 0- S "oz /61 H4 -Res. -7 22 /71 N ow,......., Ll 1 Title: Map of Spring Lake Township; Lamont; Coopersville 7 & 8N 16W Keywords: P. Bolthouse; H. Dewitt; A. Vanderkolk; W. Little; P. Dewitt; D. Dewitt; W. Stickney; A. Miller; c. Holtrok; Elkington; G. Hunter; P. Grizler; M. DeVries; H. Savidge; Rood; B.H.M. Wood; S. Foster; L. Hall; E. Treadway; M.E. Williams; T. Curtis; W.H. Bell; R. Smith; L. Clark; A.J. Sawyer; E.F. & C.E. Curtis; Coleman & Briggs; J.B. Soule; E.L. Craw; J. Sawyer; D.R. Waters; W.H. Bell; J.W. Curtis; F.M.M. & S. Springs Co.; A.J. Sawyer; Fruitport Mag. Min. & Sulphur Springs Company; J. Swift; R.R. Stewart; L. Thompson; J. Dewitt; W. Frank; M. Hysenga; R. Osterhof; K. Bolthouse; K.; K. Bolthouse; J. Bremer; A. Vanderkolk; W.F. Williams; J. DeGraat; H. Staahl; H.S.; P. Van D.; H. Honholt; W.W.; B. Eames; C.H.S.; H.G. Smith; Smiths Bayou; E. Dewitt; Wm. N. Penn; Dr. Sanders; J.W. McKeon; C.H. Smith; H.B. Thorp; L.S. Lovell; F.J. Haugh; W.C. Booth; A. Kniffin; D.G. Alston; C.E. Saule; E.L. Craw; J.S. Dewey; A.J. Sawyer; E.J. Craw; T. Petty; B. Briscoe; F. Hall; G.C. Lovell; J.H. Newcomb; W.H. Drake; Cutler & Savidge; T. Hall; J. McLean; Liscomb; W. Gee; Lake Michigan; I.V. Harris; I.V. Harris & Co.; T. Merrill; Squires & Scofield; Ferrysburg; Spring Lake; W.M. Ferry; M.L. Hopkins; N. Engleman; Mrs. A.K.; E.L.C.; G.C. Lovell; O.M. Ford; W. Schuyler; F. Fassett; C. Fassett; J. Cross; H. Savidge; D. Bostwick; G. Taylor; T. Hall; J.T.; D.&M.R.R.; C. Orchardson; W.H. Hammond; W.W. Smith; B.A. Welton; J. Fox; J.H. Newcomb; Garnd River; Sisson & Lilley; Vercadda & Wierenga; A. Hilder; A. Welsh; F. Tasche; Lloyd’s Bayou; J.H.E.; B.S.; H. McLean; L. Florence; S.C.; J.W.; C.M. Kay; S. Lilley; F. Lilley; A. Ward; D. Hamilton; H. Savidge; T. Finch; W. Radley; M. Shoemaker; M. Walsh; Frink & Raymond; E.D. Frink; A.M.K.; M. Williams; Edwards; T. Brady; A. Quinton; J. Vercada; H.J.; G.S. Martin; J. Holcomb; E.F. Deremost; M. Norton; P. Manninger; J. Hancock; F. Ervine; J. Volmer; G. Volmer; G. Young; L. Werber; C. Werber; F.M. Derimo; H. Martin; C. Somerset; Ottawa Co. Booming Company; C.N. Mason; P. Vander Cingle; Cemetery; C. Vander Cingle; Cemetery; Dudley’s Add.; Dudley’s Reserve; Angell’s Add; Revised & Extended Add; Leverett St.; Western Add.; Church St.; Broadway; Lamont; Steele’s Add.; J. Calkins; Tannery; S.J. Parkes; Stoddard; Cem.; Steele’s Reserve; I. Hedges; Union Lane; Water St.; Southwestern Add.; Western Add.; Woodbury St.; Cary; Comstock St.; Townline; Ottawa St.; Grove St.; Mechanics St.; Palank; Duram’s Res.; Watson’s Add.; Main St.; D.&M.R.R.; Hosmer & Earls’ Add.; Danforth’s Add.; Lincoln St. Note:

Page  XIII ~~oar -j" NN tw 1 tq a -rai--- ~ ~ j~1~ *c~. 0 3X917V&V WY V7JtfK ~ 0 %~~ ~ ~Znos~ ýX1 2 alc. l4 1714___ _ _ _ _ _ _ ___ _ IZV Title: Polkton Township 7 & 8N 14W Keywords: N. Burgess; T. White; Hannah Green; C. Mead; C. Shafer; A. Harvey; C. Newman; W.J. Wilton; M. Mosher; J. Dexter; J.H. Mosher; H. Titus; Ferry; J.A. Titus; J. Tubbs; S. Harris; M. Ferguson; H. Ferguson; C. Lawton; H.C. Titas; G.S. Ferguson; E. Dunning; P. Gavin; M. Hughes; E. Clark; M. Hoban; F. White; W. Platt Jr.; G.E. Lillie; J. Bromley; H. White; I. Manchester; E. Jewell; M. Richards; A. Sigourney; E. Kirkbridge; A. Kearney; E. Kearney; B. Hill; S. Cooper; W. Barrett; S. Kirkbride; Mrs. L.M. Sherman; W. Smith; Allen; T. Rosegrant; J. Wight; J. Johnson; C.L. Hosmer; H. Gorden; A. Van Natter; O. Noble; I. Kendall; B. Peabody; J. Stevens; A.T. Durham; A. Perkins; F. Knowlton; D. Walker; J. Pinney; L. Washburn; r. Sorrick; J. Birdsell; P. Dietrich; W.H. Wood; E. Smith; W.J. Conklin; A. Jones; C. Vreeland; C. Baker; W. Morrison; H. Stevens; Edsit; S.L. Shears; J. Gibbs; E. McCue; B. Golden Jr.; J. Glynn; M. Culligan; M. Welch; M. McCue; Mary J. Geddis; M. Golden; E. Munger; B. Munger; Mrs. L. Toogood; Arial Taylor; M. Hoben; J. Brennan; M. Callahan; Amos Taylor; M. Richards; T.J. Toogood; G. Toogood; M. Toogood; J.H.; Geo. Toogood; A. DeSmith; M. Heath; J. Yerden; A. Cole; D. McCarty; C. Ellis; W. Porter; T. Gray; G. Goodwin; S.B. Hutchins; I. Rosegrant; J. Wiek; S.G. Owen; G. Watson; P. DeCan; J. Ellendorph; J.A. Walter; A. Salivers; Anna Hyde; G. Lovert; J. Kendall; H.C. Durphey; E.J. Noble; D. Cleland; A. Noble; E. Buck; J. Himelburger; J.W. Downs; J. Stevens; J. Messenger; R.M. Barnard; J.T. Shaw; W.S. Cole; J. Bessenfelder; F. Ballard; O. McKay; A.R. McKay; C. Garter; J.S. Van Gorden; C.T. Gibbs; Jos. Gibbs; P. Malone; T. Malone; J. Glynn; M. McGrath; J. Fitzpatrick; D. Golden; J. McCarthy; McCulligan; T. McCarthy; C.E.C.; J. Cooney; Dennison P.O.; B. Michael; D. Michael; A.F. Tiffany; W. Beers; W.H. Wilson; F. Adams; Mrs. K. Hanchett; S.T. McLellan; C. Smith; E. Jewell; J. Peabody; L. Gates; H. Lawton; E.P. Marshall; J. Nixon; E. Newton; Anna Hyde; A. DeCan; B.; F. Jourden; J. Jourden; T. Jourden; J.A. Walter; G.R. Stamp; J. Boone; L. Stamp; Beaver Creek; J.M. Ellis; G.&A. Peck; S.B. Irish; J. Watson; M. Devuyst; S. Hardy; J. Johnson; C.B. Nobles; Mrs. T. Watson; G. Sherman; A. Jones; P. Hofman; S. Jackson; A. Peck; A. Muzzall; e.&J. Muzzall; J. Muzzall; J.M. Pierce; Beard; W.H. Wilson; P. Golden; Mrs. R.B. Hanchett; D. Fisk; M. Jones; B. Hadley; M. Haley; Mrs. M. McCarthy; E. Clapper; R. Graham; S.F. McLellan; F. Chesbro; M. Drake; W.F. Storrs; Wm. Parkis; Swifink; W.H. Kellogg; S.C. McLellan; Stewart; A. Taylor J. Woodman; N.B. Fox; T. Collins; H. Ferguson; R. Newton; T.F. Easton; Mrs. S.W. Robeling; H.C. Durphy; W.F. Akins; W. Miles; J. Jouden; C.O. Chadwick; S.R. Fox; H. Austin; E.M. Bayington; A. Lawton; R.J. Foster; M.B.; A. Dodge; Cooperville; D. Pool; S.R.; C. Hosmer; A.J.S.; A. Birdsall; S. Harleton; S. Hazleton; A. Lawton; J. Averill; W.W. Averill; P.A.; T.H.; H.S. Averill; B. McNuff; F. Hamilton; L. Pierce; J. Meeker; Susan Morse; J.B. & B. Murry; D. Timmerman; S. Timmerman; A. Griswold; J. Davis; J. Pluvse; A. Carney; J. Griswold; H. Styles; A. Sweet; L. Griffith; T. Hefferman; Lillie & Styles; G. Parks; G. Eastman; State Land; G. Hofmeyer; G. Eastman; J. Newland; J. Terpstra; G. Skipper; Jos. Lieffers John Lieffers; B. Luben; J. Giedeback; L. Sadler; R. Toothacher; G. Upton; T. Hefferan; R. Toothacher; L. Elbers; J. Sietsema; Mrs. J. Jourdan; L. Elbers; A. Fisk; H. Stroven; H. Laung; H. Lubin; H. Busman; R. Platt; J.P.; D.P.; Egleston; D. Taylor; G. Herling; J. Brill; P. Haan; M. Ludolph; G. Ludolphy; P. Haan; D. Musterdyke; J. Hermance; W. Bailard; A. Woodock; H. Newland; G. Rankans; J. Rankans; P.D. McNaughton; J. Stiles; J.A. Olmstead; C. Stiles; R. Stiles; F. Griswold; R. Blakesley; B. Hancocks; J. Fonger; G.L. Dickinson; N.C. Severence; T. Upton; S. Smith; J. Rankans; J. Vanuler-Mere; Dogs; Wagner Bros.; C.H. Rea; W. Spinner; J. Zimmer; P. Baldus; J. Sestema; E. Repstraw; P. Buss; M. Workman; T. Hefferan; A. Vander Ploug; W. Smith; W. Klaratter; H. Swarts; J. Hins; L. Skipper; H. Reynolds; M. Klott; W. Clockseen; H.C. Wilk; T. Hefferan; A. McComb; H. Harson; H. Reynolds; P. Walt; A. DeVriese; D. Spencer; D. VanderLang; E. Rainouard; Kloosterhouse; H. Ripstraw; J. Vander Mere; L. Elbers; J. Amaus; J. Vine; P. Kooiman; L. Bolehouse; G. Hofmeyer; G. Rankus; B.H. Terhorst; D. Van Allsburg; G. Horling; J. Van Allsburg; J. Winkop; M. Fisher; H. Ricke; G. Rankans; J. Witkop; J. Stiles; T. Lillie; A. Van Allsburg; A. Baurman; H. Baurman; Wm. Platt; R. Hill; Z. Hill; B. Luther; N.C. Severence; J.R. Smith; S. Smith; I.A. Livingston; I. Hodges; T.L.; Mrs. Parmer; T.R. Mankins; R. Allen; F.E. Ackerman; S. Berke; I.A.L.; White; S. Burke; D. Burke; A. Wagner; H. Berke; P. Berke; M. Hodgskin; A. Hodgskin; J. Rice; J. Zimmer; P. Baldus; J. Nuff; C. Baldus; W. Spinner; T. Castle; J. Castle; County Farm; S.P. Tubbs; G. Garner; W. King; Mrs. Hopkins; G.M. Wells; T. Hefferan; F.F. Lagel; M. Garrison; H. Sissing; C.E. Brown; Eastmanville; J.A. Seitzma; W. Koozman; J. Mulder; A. DeCook; C. Huizinga; H. Lull; E. Thayer; D. Realey; H. Lull; H. Lull; Newburg; L. Slauter; L. Lull; P. Mastenbrook; J.M. Smith; L. Lull; J. Lewis; W. Vander Mede; B. Burgman; S. Morse; G. Amaus; I. Morse; W. Westerloo; H. Rankans; S. De Cook; A. De Cook; E. Elgersman; L.H. Barendsen; Mrs. J. Potts; M. Smith; W.S. Rice; Mrs. S. Rice; Grand River; L.S.; J.M. Smith; D. Kealey; Mrs. Miller; H. Rankans; Mary Galusia; Mrs. Woodbury; T. Smith; A. De Cook; H. Rankans; V.M. Thompson; H.A. Cary Note:

Page  XIV XIre:E A S T M A N I L E ',. T.z 7v 0....z.R 4 -Z., I.L./-%., ef /5 ".. ~,v. 'z,_.0 vo 0. o.+, + I" k,- "C- = L! 60'"I 1)... ae~~~~~~~~~~ge8. B e.Z o 2 "k e_ T; x o i..,~ ljlIe /] Br~~~wT6 C,~g,- OpphetZ e).~ y e ::J:.. -T d -d. Piroi- J.P /21 -A "...,, - >.-.7;:: 7 40 ++ F7 I/ -165 -ff 0. T...:. V17;. U 74 Title: Map of Allendale Township; Berlin; Hudsonville; New Gronigon 7N 14W Keywords: C.F. Norcross; C.W. Ingraham; Benj. Ross; J. Molyneux; A.M. Cole; G.W. Amigh; E.P. Thayer; B. Nichols; A. Foster; J. Chapel; M.C. French; Cutler & Savage; J. Blake; M.C. French; Bayou; C. Todd; A. Bunnell; G.S. Barton; A. Jasper; J. Warner; W. DeGlopper; J.&A. Wagner; T. Wyatt; Eastman Est.; Robinson; A.&D. Milne; N. Sherman; Charleston Landing; R. Roberts; Mrs. M. Woodbury; Eastmanville; Ferry; J.H.; Bayou; J.T. Hawley; E.H. Wilson; Bass River; E. Parish; J.M. Taylor; H.O. Brown; W. Leggett; E.H. Smead; J. Todd; R. Cantrill; Bell; R. Stevens; M. Stevens; C. Smead; E. Piersons; H.T. Piersons; G. See; R. Stevens; T. Cantrill; J.D. Piersons; I. Russell; Monroe; L. Johnson; W. Moffatt; C. Seaton; Wm. Stone; M. Parmenter; R. Roberts; J. Flegle; H.A. Cooley; Wm. See; J.O. Stone; O. Hall; Reed; Traders Creek; R. Roberts; A. See; D.D. Morseman; G. Latham; H. Tuttle; O.G. Marvin; E. Hartzell; John Post; G.P. Reed; John Horling; Mrs. E. Horling; Johannes Horling; E. Post; J. Thirkettle; E. Post; S.A. Snyder; J. Pattee; T. Heffron; A. Beach; L. Fossey; J. Palmiter; I. Palmiter; B. Coe; Martin; J.&A. Wagner; N. Wiley; H.C. Cooley; T. Robinson; R. Scott; V. Bennett; W.A. Balcom; Lull; D.W. Robertson; H.C. Cooley; J. Scott; A. Kent; T. Jones; Mrs. E.A. Kent; D.L. Reynolds; Saw Mill; R.G. Reynolds; T. Robinson; Cong’l G.P. Reed; W. Comstock; W.J. Ackerman; W. Comstock; T. Robinson; T. Sheridan; J. Forster; B.B. Godfrey; G.B. Kingsbury; L. Shane; S. Porter; J.O. Warner; C.O. Brown; J. Miller; W.H. Knowlton; J. Stoddard; W. Robinson; J. Robinson; W.J. Robinson; H.D. Walbrink; J. Walbrink; W. Rose; J. Rose; Mrs. L. Rowles; F.E. Camp; G. Pittman; T. Heffron; B. Westfall; T. Heffron; W. Parry; L.S. Jackson; A. Hartley; J. Balcom; R. Milne; E. Beatty; J. Rogers; F. Westfall; T. Heffron; W. Scott; Allendale P.O.; E. Pixley; A. Miller; C.L. Eaton; L. Parker; W. Thirkettle; G. Roy; H. Seavey; J. Maxfield; E. Pixley; Mrs. A. Stoddard; Ann Robinson; Geo. Parks; Ottawa Cr.; M. Miller; J. Topp; F.J. Brown; I. Finck; S.H.; C.R.; M.D. Stanford; Bass Cr.; A. Warner; F.E. Buxton; Hamlin; A. Purchase; Wm. Light; B. Velzy; H. Velzy; M. Velzy; A. Warner; Cutler; D. Cobb; J. Cobb; Lit. Bass Creek; R. Roberts; J. Warner; J. Charles; G.P. Reed; N. De Boer; R. Roberts; J. Henry; H.L. Hill; D.S. Way; John Grimes; C. Brotherton; B.S.; J.K.H.; A.G. Miller; W. Aseltine; G.H. Walbrink; F. Nelson; Jas. Parady; M. Kent; J. Jenkins; A. Heaton; E. Thayer; J. Baker; M. Savinskey; A. Lemkee; M. Kautenberger; H. Baker; F.E. Meyers; John Curry; J. Larimer; W. Reitenberg; D. Lockhart; L.T. Purchase; T. Holland; H. Bigsby; E. Fellows; W. Purchase; R. Randall; A. Cassell; J. Gleadell; J.R. Morgridge; R.R. St.; Jackson St.; Water St.; State ST.; Main St.; Washington St.; Division St.; Pleasant St.; Wilson St.; Maple St.; Main St.; State Road; Depot Grounds; C.&M.L.S. R.R.; R.R. Ave. Note:

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Page  XVI F 11: I >1 I. k -h xLa: 0 qr xl I IN, BC1. P 1 'V LI .;I..-;.. -.. ~-~ -. I; i -~-. _ r. - ----.I- IgAWIIBBbLBPB -- 8P91lgI- - - a ---ir -- - a' ' ~-- ~- ~-- - Title: Map of Tallmadge Township; Vilage of Robinson 7N 13W Keywords: M. Westerloo; J.A. Luther; W.A. Simpson; E. Coe; W. Lynn; R. Randall; J. Velzy; R. Whittam; L. Lawton; A.J. & J.M. Taylor; M. Dewitt; Little Deer Cr.; L. Hatch; H.B.; S. Starks; Mrs. H.A.B. Corts; J. Calkins; J.B. Lillie; P. Padden; L. Pierce; P. Padden; Lillie; N. Phillips; J. Phillips; S.H. Combes; D. Combes; W. Pike; A. Grinnell; Mrs. C. Yates; J.A. Hand; C.A. Van Slyck; H.A. Cook; J. Palmer; R. Doud; Chas. Martin; C. Martin; J.K.; I. Goodenow; C.A. Nichols; P. Prendergast; T. Martin; Hughes; P. Dean; J. Meagher; F.B. Woodman; W. Walch; P. Nolley; E. Evans; B.S. Whitman; J. Hawley; P. O’Hearn; P. Nelloy; M. Osbun; J. O’Hearn; G.D. Dickerson; J.L. Dickerson; J. O’Hearn; D. O’Hearn; McChesney; B. Fuller; J.W.A.; Turner; D.M. Champion; H. Walker; D. Hilton; S. Marvin; Sand Creek; C. Huysenga; M. Walling; W.D. Cary; C.N. Mason; P. Vander; C.V. Cingle; H.A. Cary; R. Hart; J.J. Robinson; H. Webber; Lamont; L. Boltwood; H. Bateman; M. Hedges; J. Hedges; J.C.; S.J.P.; S.; J.C.; J. Hedges; Steele; C.R. Mickam; C. Mickam; J. Maxfield; B. Van Pattan; D. Heileman; A. Grinnell; J. Kennedy; C. Salton; A.L. & E.S. Porter; O. Ruddy; C.A. Nichols; P. Hamilton; J.C. Hamilton; B. Van Palton; T. Fryer; C. Bawler; J.O. Hedges; R. Fryer; B. Fryer; F. Fryer; H.P. Woodman; F.B. Woodman; J. King; J. Kelly; R. Fryer; M. Hedges; L. Fuller; L. Kingman; H. Hamilton; P. King; A. Rosenberg; Wm. Millard; Wm. Williams; S.D. Stratton; M. Woodel; J.H. Wheeler; R.E. Hammond; L. Martin; W. Keech; W. Perren; J. Ferguson; D.M. Champion; W. Girdler; D. O’Neal; C. Rice; A. Perren; W. Perren; M. Scanlon; B.B. Godfrey; W. Blakeney; J.A. Blakeney; J.T. Davies; Mrs. M. Davies; W. Davies; W.H. Scott; J.M. Dutcher; M. Hedges; D.M. Angell; D.C. Slater; R. Baxter; S. Hedges; H. Starks; R. Baxter; J. Shannon; F. Lord; Albert Cross; C.R. Mickam; B. Van Pattan; R. Hart; M. Hedges; O. Heileman; C. Alford; W. Connolly; Albert Cross; C.A. Reed; C. Reed; H.H. Hayes; M. Harris; Samuel Hart; H. Cross; M. Harris; Forest Mill; J.S. Ellis; Alson Cross; Sam’l DeYoung; B. Curtis; Albert Cross; R.H. Pelton; Wilson; Millard; Wm. Millard; W. Monroe; R.H. Pelton; L. Gill; J. Zinzer; Dist. No. 5; L. Kimball; J. Malcolm; N. Schenoffen; G. Barry; P. McNamara; H.W. Nellis; N. Nichols; N. Nichols; J. Nichols; J. Krotz; Mrs. M. Davies; J.A. Blakeney; Wm. Bouge; E. Thirkettle; Ottawa Cr.; L. Boltwood; J.T. Davies; L. Boltwood; B. Van Pattan; C. Doolittle; H.A. Stoddard; H.H. Green; H. Devowe; C. Dudley; H.H. Green; W. Babcock; O. Miller; Jas. Craig; L.D. Burch; O. Lord; E. Smith; J.M. Smith; L.D. Burch; C. Alford; M. Harris; Sand Creek W. Robinson; R.J. James; C. Cole; T. White; J. White; St. John; T. Bluer; F. Bluer; R.H. Pelton; L. Delany J.W. Smith; J. Crowley; D. Crowley; C. Fitzgerald; P.O’Brien; L. Boltwood; M. Hedge; F. Smith; J. Brandt; Mrs. S. Sweet; L. Jennison; A. Gue; L. Boltwood; Grand River; C.E. Horton; E. Baxter; L. Baxter; G. Holder; L. Adams; P. Shannon; I. Emlaw; H.A. Breed; P. Finnegan; J. Hogan; C. Douras; A. Reynolds; P. Faulkner; M. McLane; C. Michael; J. Quigg; D. S; J. Doyle; M. Harris; Saw Mill; No. 6; Talmadge P.O.; L. Delany; Little Sand Cr.; R.O. Gorman; W. Eddington; J. Riorden; Fish Lake; P. O’Brien; J. McCarley; M. Lynch; P. Thompson; L.H. Goodale; Round Lake; E. Barker; D. Barringer; M. Harris; M.D. Bogue; L. Fischer; Cath. Dalton; Saw Mill; Mrs. Hogan; M.B. Church; W. Toole; H.A. Breed; P. Church; M. Paliski; J. Wittkowski; G. Hatch; M. Paliski; C.H. Baldwin; J. Gorman; D. Kinsella; F. Moynihan; J. Faulkner; Mrs. H. O’Leary; W. Conley; Mary Wheeler; J. McMahan; E. Pelton; J. Wheeler; B.T. Richmond; W.A. Quigley; E.P.; Fennessy Lake; L.H. Goodale; E. Fennessy; D. O’Leary; W. O’Leary; E. Pelton; J. McMahan; J.W. & N. Chilson; A. Barker; T. Brooks; E.H. Roberts; M. Curtis; G. Doyle; L. Hendricks; M. Hagerty; J.A. Snyder; Stafford L.; Sand Creek Landing; Harris Landing Note:

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Z z-,. p_ li R, ~Q.I' N;e4zo V _Z- sI.,:: " T - a tv'r. ýA40'. 40 - Ii ,:o..% -. o S 7ýn,_.?,It ON I%~,# A : -IL 40, <i,;-T. -2re r"ý z. 2, I 11910... 40. 4 0 Ld -.,:,i..,............... . ' -.-;..... .....,......................... ýý-7 F il I |:Lmsipmm N!IMPI Title: Map of Chester Township 9N 13W Keywords: D. Kane; Mrs. Evans; C. Plumhoff; W. Baker; Crockery Creek; J.K. Bennett; Buel Creek; T. Van Brunt; W.C. Bradish; C.E. Stockwell; C.W. Bunce; R. Bunce; D.C. Rann; W.W. Wood; J.E. Van B.; D.C. Rann; G.N. Harvey; N.B. Harrison; J. Dowen; H. Averill; A.W. Parker; L.W. Gannon; J. Doran; C.W. Harrison; S. Wood; J. Gilbert; Carlyle; Mrs. S. Sherck; T. Orton; A. Shear; G. Waugh; D. Mauterstock; W. Smith; Wm. Shear; R. Herrod; W. Holt; H. Williams; C. Johnson; D. Thomas; E. Olmstead; J. Williams; L. Miller; E. Mauterstock; J. Van Skiver; Mrs. H. Porter; G.F. Porter; Mark Fuller; H. Barrett; W. McCune; J. Noblen; S. McGraw; J.J. McElveen; S. McCune; J. Dinniany; Mrs. M. Dinniany; J.A. Miller; T. Austin; Has. Rowlison; W. Snowdin; E. Pugh; H.C. Tuttle; C. Rockwell; G. Rockwell; Hogan’s; E. Miller; R. McWilliams; C. Fuller; D.C. Rann; G.N. Harvey; O. Averill; Isenhard; Jas. Gilbert; W.S. Root; W. Whitney; Jno. Gilbert; W.H. Harrison Jr.; S.H. Averill; E. Averill; D. Bennett; E.F. Averill; H. Vanderhoof; J. Mauterstock; A. Shear; P. Wagner; J. Waters; H. Waller; S.T. Stauffer; D. Walter; Noah Stauffer; D. Thomas; S.T. Stauffer; W.H. Harrison; S. Stauffer; P. Schwartz; S. McNitt; H.J. Austin; T. Austin; H.F. Austin; D. Alt; J. Austin; T.W. Austin; A. Chase.; H. Austin; W. Snowdin; E. Thatcher; F. Bartels; B. Laubach; A. Rogers; A. Gilbert; G. Rogers; J. Shiffler; M.D. Gardner; J. Coffmn; Henry Con & Eli Arnold; G. Hanville; D. Mull; Esther; Parsons; B. Godard; G.N. Miller; C.W. Harrison; H. Sehler; C. Rhodes; D.C. Clintsman; T. Raap; J. Kies; B.W. Peters; Crockery Lake; J. Waters; J. McGinnis; W.H. Harrison; J. Mauterstock; G. Vanderhoof; H. Lange; M. McGinnis; H. Sturdevant; H.M.; F. Reister; G. Shaw; J. Kies; G. Ulmer; J. Beuschel; Rhode; J. Donhauf; A. Stringham; S. Stringham; J. Fahling; L. Gat; F. Bassane; W. Roberts; V. Ziebert; J. Detmas; D. Deboer; T.W. Tallman; F.B.; A. Keeler; D. Austin; J. McElveen; Sam’l Austin; H. Nostrant; D. Pierce; T.E. Pierce; J. Furguson; L. Pierce; Mrs. N. Arnold; J. McNitt; A. Peugh; J. McNitt; Spring; D. Alt.; L. McLain; A.J. McLain; J. McCauley; H. Hilton; Jno. Gillespy; R.W. Doane; J.M. Seelman; G.&M. Seelman; D. Bekein; D. James; Fifer; C. Braker; Mrs. M. Rapp; J. Omlor; P. Omlor; J. Stockdale; H. Sholtens; W. Lachman; J. Van Hoven; J. Brown; A. Wierenga; A. Parish; P. Decker; G. Hotzheimer; J. Glade; J.L. Stringham; Holmes; Chas. Peters; Chris. Peters; G. Kleiman; G.M. Miller; J. Dohnoff; C. Kraft; J. Flory; W.C. Holmes; B. Thurston; G. Trott; D. Rosenburger; Conrad Kraft; J. Ritz; B. Rosenberger; Chas. Kraft; G.M. Miller; C. Pintler; Lisbon; W.W. Atkins; J. Gillespy; Saw Mill Sarah Hillard; T. Gillespy; Mrs. B. Boozer; Six Corner; D. McWilliams; Wm. Morley; Rio Grande Creek; C.L. Graves; J.W. Harris; A. McClain; B. Hillard; Daggett; Mrs. M.C. McConnell; J. Fraear; L. Doane; I. Rogers; T. Gablonski; D. Armok; D.F. Carpenter; S. Miller; M. Boraniske; D. Waller; J. Finkler; W. Burgtorf; F. Smoker; Z. Konzelman; L. Host; H. Lamppe; C.G. Bishop; D. Beerhoom; J. Miller; A. Lachman; H. Miller; D. Walters; G. Kleiman; C.V.D. Wiltenburg; G.M. Miller; E. Wagner; C. Stieg; Cem.; Luth. Ch.; P. Krey; A. Lachman; P. Schafer; John Ritz; W. Bradbury; Mrs. P. Chubb; Hotel; C.E. Koon; S.J. Koon; B.S.; P. Fahling; H. Kreitzer; W. Bradbury; W.H. Birdsall; W. Knowlton; J. Stewart; H. Francis; E. Spores; I. Spores; L. Martin; M. McWilliams; W. McW.; J. Scott; S. Daggett; J. Kepner; A.D. Rice; A. Tuttle; A. Field; L. Field; L. Devenport; J. Devenport; P. Ives; Beaver Cr.; Jno. Tannger; A. Stewart; D. Kane; A. Field; L. Field; B. Stewart; J. Devenport; Wm. Riber; A. McClain; A. Harris; I. Rogers; W.H. Devenport; L. Doane; M. Mines; S. Wright; G.W. Harris; M.H. Credger; Sand Creek; F. Miller; A. Lachman; H. Sehler; Saw Mill; E. Schafer; W. Wright; A.D. Batson; G. Merrick; J. Merrick; O.H. Merrick; Spg.; J.V.D.; Wiltenburg; V. Schafer; J. Diedrich; B.V.D. Wiltenburg; J.R. Kraft; P. Schwartz; N. Zimmer; O. Irish; A. Harter; Mrs. Jno. Hook; W. Irish; A. Klein; G. Reid; W. Sukart; F. Dohm Note:

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P /00 TV A. 1/ c iJet anecJfets/c/iamn. o1-0 49.LIIil/bs;ýzdga 40 J.Lilibr dg e, 47 -. Seldn-1 - N t -tb rz/ * 95C. A/ar v i Vt11 O/N it Ihlirid AV 43 3~ * C * t - Y951 0 1 "-7ol ---ý k Title: Map of Wright Township 8N 13W Keywords: H.A. Cook; M. Mills; E. Lillie; W. Meycroft; M. Maycroft; Catharine Haas; J.F. Babcock; E.S. Babcock; P. Kettell; J. Snelling; L.&J. Sickles; J. Scott; Jno. Babcock; D.&J. Lillie; B. Sawyer; J. Bean; G. Press; E. Baragar; E.O. Pratt; J. Wicks; S. Hastings; I. Rogers; A. Harris; Whitall; H. Hillard; A.A. Irish; S. Hastings; Chas. Buck; N. McWilliams; J.S. Wicks; M. Schoenborn; T. Emmons; C.H. Emmons; R. Preston; F. Rubach; T. Monpery; Spring; J.P. Dohm; G. Knauf; H. Schoenborn; M. Host; T. Armack; P. Scwartz; H.F.; J. May; J. Ulmer; J. May; J. Finkler; J. Lothschulx; J. Bowers; Fred. Greiner; Chas. Greiner; M. Lothschulx; Cranberry Lake; Beaver Creek; G. Hooper; H.C. Square; J.T. Hunt; Geo. Lane; G.W. Hass; T. Gilbert; Z.C. Haskins; G.F. Boody; S. Shaw; G. Dains; J.H. Sanford; A.D. Sickles; B. Hass; A. Brugle; Sand Creek; H. Creager; W. Hastings; W.H.; J. Rogers; B. Rogers; M.L. Card; S. Stephens; P.M. Miller; F. Bargwell; W. McKay; M. Parmenter; H. Creager; G.W. Gillett; A. Bullard; Jas. Schoenborn; L. Schoenborn; A. Wolverton; S.A. Bishop; M. McNiff; P.M. Miller; J. Schoemaker; J. Finkler; J. Ditrich; A. Rosegrant; G. Kraus; J.P. Tuttle; Wm. Umlor; L. Mang; F. Fritz; P. Lothschutz; R. Johnson; Martha Coleman; Mary Zahm; Mary Cludding; M. Miller; N. Zimmer; H.E. Shuster; C. Vreeland; A. Jones; D.W. Scott; E. Lawton; E.H. Pierce; J. O’Brien Jr.; L. McKay; C. Dunning; W.S. & J.W. Warren; E. Dillon; E. Fleming; Caswell; L. Roberts; C. Collan; C.W. Sweet; P. Fleming; C. Higley; P. Lacy; D. O’Brien; J. O’Brien; S.D. Covey; J. Farrell; J. Dillon; E. Cunningham; J.K. Bowman; S.D. Covey; W. Loftice; T. Hulihan; Geo. Walker; D.S. Hutchins; C.H. Terwilliger; M. Murphy; E. Porter; R.E. Besom; W. Wolverton; R. Starks; H.E. Hutchins; B. Brittain; V. Wolverton; Mary Walcott; H. Brace; J.B. Britton; E.H. Walcott; R.E. Scott; Alb. Walcott; J. Walcott; J. Morehead; B.B. Haas; S. Scwalier; Asa Walcott; J. Zahm; E. Walcott; F.P. Holmes; B. Laubach; P. Brown; W.; A. Rasch; J. Baranowski; S. Chittick; Ester Parsons; F. Hamilton; M.S. Pierce; J. O’Brien; H.C. McDearmon; W.C. Sevey; M. Sherman; T.W. Zimmerman; H.C. McD.; E.H. Root; Advent Ch.; O. Allen; L.A.T.; Vanornum; D.S.; J. Ferguson; E. Higley; F.F. Lameraux; C. McKay; R. Wright; S.D. Covey; P. Lacy; F. Mauns; C. Judson; W. Sevey; Jas. Cramer; D. Spooner; Jane Cramer; D.S.; D.C.; S.D. Hall; T. Wilde; T. Lillis; J. Farrell; M. Fleming; E. Fleming; P. Hughs; J. Nellis; M.E. Taylor; J. Tynnan; T. Wilde; I. Tubbs; M. Burke; M. Mulverhill; J. Doyle; Anna Hoben; P.L. Hall; A. Terwilliger; R. Woodman; F. Beer; W. Gillett; C. Weatherbee; C. Baldwin; Bowman; B. Britton; R. Pell; W.P. Wells; B. Sivers; B.S. P. Harrington; W.H. Kelly; O. McClure; W.A. Smith; B. Williams; C.A. Armock; J. Dresander; J.H. Sanford; D. Hendershot; H. Lathrop; J.F. Klink; W. McNitt; D. Krupp; E. Streeter; H. Washburn; T.B. Lillie; Spring; B. Lillie; P. Lawton; L.D. Ferguson; H.S. Lawton; W.D. Scott; J.C.; L.C. Ward; H.S. Lawton; J.L. Edgar; J.V.B.; Goodrich; T. Healy; D.D. Hoppock; J. Hughes; M. Hoben; J. Hoben; T. Cunningham; P. Dillon; H.M. P. Hughes; J. Bresenham; D. McCarthy; J. McKay; Powers; P. Burke; W. Loftice; B. Hughes; B.S. Whitman; S. Cain; M. Mulvihill; K. Farrell; R. Carroll; J. Brace; R. Martin; T. Pentz; C.B. Hatch; J.B.; P. Miller; S.D. Marvin; J. Sutton; J.W. Kelley; W. Gillett; J. Clayton; C.A. Lillibridge; Jane Markham; J. Brown; J. Baranowski; A. Lillibridge; O.B. McCann; E. Sheldon; B. Markham; L. Hopkins; T. Decker; L. Slaughter; T.E. Lillie; F. Peck; John M. Park; Spring; L.B. Fisk; J.F. Cady; Jas. Fosgate; J.B.C. Woodworth; S. Waters; C.S. Randall; H. Waters; G. Starks; Joel Lillie; J. Baker; I. Ferguson; Jno. Shier; M.E. Taylor; R. Lee; A. Anger; T. Manging; Wm. Maloy; H. Lee; P. Gavin; K. Farrell; M. Healy; M. Pendergrass; C. Danforth; B. O’Hearn; Mink Creek; A.M. Cook; P. Hughes; J. Bingham; Fair Grounds; J. Huntly; C.E. Cole; D.&M. R.R.; S. Doud; L.A.C.; R.B.M.; Doud; L.C.B.; J.W.; M.T. Buckley; Morgan; I.A. McCullogh; Berlin; Mary Egan; C. Danforth; W.L. Norton; Jane Marvin; W.J. Lillibridge; B.F. Norton; J. Streeter; East Branch Sand Cr.; S.C. Marvin; C. Lillibridge; Mud Lake; M.T. Tenny; J. Plowman; A. Monroe; S.&C. Fox; J.C. Walker; H. Walker Note:

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Page  XX xxi -V"V,, -AA - 6) . C) 7-3 -~ Vf n Ii p h A 1 4 urjMR fl I.44? ~~~1 dill"_ _ _ _ I -1 I I j k 41 M II 'I Title: Map of Holalnd Township 5N 15&16W Keywords: Ventura P.O.; N. Davis; J.S.; A.D.; J.A.; W. Artur; J.P. Decoudres; M. Clapper; J.P. Decoudres; C. Hellebow; Mrs. S. Bonham; Piers; F. Wainwright; C. Pikkle; J. Phillips; D. Huff; J. Ausiker; A. Clapper; J. Shaver; W. Joscelyn; D.N. Joscelyn; G. Johnson; A. Walker; S. Vanderwaude; J. Brown; Harris; C. Miles; J. Devine; Mrs. McLane; J. Beboer; M.D. Howard; J. O’Brien; Utter; J.M. Crow; J. Devine; Van Dyk & Van Raalte; T. Russell; G. Adams; B.L.B. Van Lante; J. Kerkhof; Arenose; W. Wanrooy; H. Vanderberg; Rev. A. Stewart; B. Slag; Hofman & Van Dyke; A.P. Stegenga; J. Hofman; J. Smith; J.&A. Van Dyk; A. Brower; J. Weiner; O. Van Dyk; J. Van Dyk; J. Van T.; A. Van Dyk; J. Ten Have; J. Elfers; New Holland P.O.; J. Veldheer; J. Brower; J. Spykerman; H. Ten Have; J. Crediet; F. Dawma; H. Willink; J. Koffer; D. Angs.; J. Meyer; A. Bos; H. Bisschop Jr.; H. Bisschop; J. Jangekrgg; J.H. Kooijer; S. Stegenga; G. Rosbach; H. Diepenhorst; Anna Vanden Boch; P. Vanden Boch; K. Vanden Boch; H. Bisschop; J. Tenhage; K. Huls; P. Vanden Boch; Rev. K. Vanden Boch; H. Vanden Boch; M. Vanden Boch; W. Vander Hult; F. Reamsma; A. Van Duin; T. Edelbaas; Pile; J. Bakker; Z. Vries; Kuipers; H. Conenburg; W.L.S.; T. Reed; J. Pelton; V.H. Gillett; Scott; W. Lyons; T. Conley; Bowers Heirs; B. Crofoot; G.B. Gillett; G.M. West; J. Crofoot; Barnard; G. Casswell; W. Horton; Mrs. J. Waterbee; S. Johnson; G.M. West; Chaffee; W.&R. Chaffee; H. Scott; G. Campbell; Woodruff; C. Hughes; A. Cockrane; A.J. Morse; G. Adams; W. Garritson; J. Erhsberry; A.V.D. Kolk; Hanover; Van Kampen; B.L.B. Van Lante; Faris; R. Vanderburg; Eilander; R. Riksen; Rev. W.A. Bronson; M.a. Van Kanpen; J. Eilander; Dykama & Nienhuis; R. Kiksen; M. Fuller; W. Pand; Mich. Lake Shore R.R.; H.J. Ten Have; B. Van Dyk; Cheey; D. Jonker; W.B.; A. Brower; Haklander; J. Kline; T. Vandenbrink; Mrs. H.W. Muller; P. Luidens; G. Brouwer; W. Defauw; T. Vanden Boch; P. & V. Heiboer; P. Kuijer; J.B.; B. Serken; J. Slaiter; C. Defauw; J. Rooks; L. Voyer; R. Schilleman; G. Rosbach; A. Harbginink; S. Van Otterloo; H. Wasink; K. Dalenberg; L. Kramer; T.K. Van der Bosch; H. Ratirink; S. DeKoefer; W. Verhey; J. Glurum; A. Glurum; J. Mecusen & Co.; W. Plaguesma; J.B. Poest; K. Lauis; J. Meeusen; H. Pyl; J.B.: J. Vanden Boch; C. De Kaster; A. Verhulst; K. Baarman; D. Van Hoot; D. Vanloo; Pier; A.&P. De Feyter; N. Ogden; N. Carrier; C. Bates; C. Ogden; S. Chaffe; R. Lawrence; R.C. Nichols; S. Horton; A.&B. De Feyter; W.I. Brown; W. Cochrane; J. Marks; J. Cochrane; A.&P. DeFeyter; R.&C.C. Vanden Brink; C. Nichols; J. Van ApelDoorn; G. Herrington; J. Clark; P. Koning; B.L.B. Van Lante; F. Kaneraad; Kimball; Neiboer Bro’s.; C. Green; Russel; T. Bullock; C. Storin; Dr. Annis; Dykama; Smith; A.W.; W. Harkema; K. Vanderberg; B. Riksen; E. Vandervene; C. Post; K. Mastenbroek; D.P. Carmicle; J. Buarman; Mich. Lake Shore R.R.; J. Luarman; C. Kole; M. Kole; E. Van Kampen; J. Metboer; D. Grevengoed; G. Melboer; M.D. Howard; B.A. Klise; Vander Poel; Deboer; H. Van L.; J. Jonkers & Co.; H. Terbeck; Van Otterloo; H. Roses; D. Vander Pool; D. Reimsma; G. Reimsma; Bovendam; H. Roses; Plugger; Bovendam; T. Bos.; P. Bos.; A. Starking; D. Dekker; J. Geerts; H. Jakle; J.K. Boes; P.A. Van Dyke; K. Lahuis; G. Reimsma; A. Van Duin; Van Haften; A.H.; H.J.; A.S.; Pluggers; W. Arendse; L. Dessein; B. Sterken; H. Sterken; G. Brinks; J. Jekel; F. Raterink; P. Van Belois; J.H. Stegink; P. Van Belois; G. Vanliere; Veencklasen & Volks; R. Ten Have; E. Everts; F. Rokus; J. Vanden Boch; M. Vanden Boch; Driiga; G. Vis.; F. Huisega; J. Spitsberg; J. Westbroeke; C. De Kaster; P. West Kereke; B.J. Poest; J. Cochrane; M.C. Bottum; J. Roost; S. Pethrol; G. Sowter; J. Victor; M. Van De Water Weg; C.H.C.; F. Chapman; N. Cochrane; A. Wittevene; W. Chapman; J. Sowter; J. Wittevene; M.D. Crowfood; G. Wittervene; J. Cornford; E. Vanden Brink; A. Ondemool; R. Deweert; S. Devries; E.C. Devoe; D. Caduk; J. Vanden Brink; A. Vanden Brink; E. Vanden Brink; E.C. Devoe; J. Dewitt & Co.; J. Van Dyk; Kramer & Jalving; J. Van Dyk; J.G. Rotering; J. Jolling; J. Knall; J. Raterink; G. Bolhuis; J. Bolhuis; H. McCue; Exo.; Van Aulsburg & Balhuis; A.B.; C.M.; M.D. Howard; P. Koing; R. Howard; A.M.; M.V.; J.B.; L. Visser; Kieft; C.P. Scott; Black River; J. Roost; G.R. Scott; H. Howard; J. Evans; J. Frieman; L. Howard; E.D. Post; T. Sullivan; L. Howard; T. Bosch; H.D. Post; J. Howard; H. Riley; D. Pouts; H. Dekker; A. Vande Voste; W.L. Vlick; J. Roost; H. Van S.; G.J. Boone; G. Gringhuis; H. Kragt; C. Riemersma; J. Terbeck; G.R. Branch C.&M. L.S. R.R.; J. Terbeck; A.H.; T.R.; B.S.; G.J. Boone; J.H. Boone; H. Ten Have; H. Mast; W. Huinxinga; J.K. Boes; B. Kopfan; J. Devries; J.V.; New Gronigen; G. Derks; A.J. Hillebrands; P. Veneklasen; J. Van Huil; D. Vander Meulen; Borges; R. Westveld; J. Jekel; H. Ten Have; A. Van der Hult; A. Borgers; A. Johnson; R. Westveld; C. Van E. Kelenburg; B. Devries; G. Kamps; T. Vande Pels; D. Pauls; H. Vredeveld; H. Pul; P. Schuilema; H. Lubbers; L. Schoemacher; C. DeKaster; H. Dreasga; Lake Michigan; S.W. Nichols; A. Bosma; E. Sowter; J. Sowter; J. McClintock; J. Wiggins; T. McClintock; E.J. Herrington; T. Waltman; M. Wittevene; J. Wittevene; Dr. Annis; J. Vanden Brink; Hope College Grounds; J.B.; Scadle; W. Baas; H. Bacon; J.L. Coalsworth; J. Klaus; H. Van Aulsburg; J. Bolhuis; C.P. Scott; A.T. Wood; Post; Black Lake; M.D. Howard; City of Holland; D. Jonker; Mrs. A.S. Van Raalte; Mrs. P.J. Oggel; Town House; A.C. Van Raalte; Mrs. M.W. Van Raalte; Mrs. A. Van Raalte; W. Vander Haar; A.H.G. Knol; P. Berghuis; J. Tervree; D.B.K. Van Raalte; W. Vander Haa; D. Zuidema; A. Buuresma; H. Verwey; G. Boyenga; C. Riemersma; D. Miedema; S. Boonstra; J. Riemersma; H. Verwey; H. Broek; Harmbroek; Rev. Taylor; A. Van Duren; P. Crispell; H. Plaggerman; Kepple; J.D. Bloemers; P. Middelhoek; K. Mulder; B. Van Dyk; H.B.; A. Hazekamp; P.C. Verliere; P.D. Fork; D. Fork; R. Van Eyk; R.H.; J.W.; H. Kragt; G. Gringhuis; T. Dewitt; H. Brummet; G. Van Eyk; R. Plocysma; G.A. E. Wagenveld; D. Brummel; M. Stegeman; H. Van Eyk; D. Brummel; K. Benkema; J. Benkema; J. Devries; J. Post; G. Kamps; H. Vredeveld; J. Alting; A. Hyma; T. Vande Pels; G. Wissink; Smidehrks & Scholf; B. Mulder; L. Jaarde; D. Boonstra; B. Mulder; I. Frel; J. Devries; D. Brummel; K. Benkema; J. Benkema; Gov.; A. Bosma; A. Bosma; C. Brunt; E.J. Harrington; E. Hopkins; G.S. Harrington; T. Lynch; P.W. Klies; Anna Post; H. Huiskens; B. Vredeveld; Mrs. Timber; C. Vredeveld; A. Huiskens; G. Harrington; G.&W. Gehensow; R. Mast; D. Zaadmink; J. Purdy; A. Dunnewind; G. Zaalmink; W. Harrington; C. Dulton; F. Plasman; L.K.; J. Van Vulpen; H. Dunnewina; P. Van Vulpen; J. Wagener; W. Harrington; W. Dickema; Mrs. W.; N. Knut; L. Van Sloten; H. Zuidweg; H. Manting; W.H.; A. Nyssen; W.V.D.; A.V.; C. Vander Veer; A. Bruisschaart; A. Brecmer; A. Beckmar; H.D. Post; H. Vanderberg; J. Kerkhof; G. Van Ark; J. Visscher; W. Hekhuis; H. Hidding; Vaanpel; J. Liwrman; B. Grootenhuis; H. Marsilje; D. Klein; J.L.; H. Vanden Beldt; J.L.; H. Vanden Beldt; G. Deur; H.G. Coster; W. Van Apeldoorn; E.S.; w. Van A.; Kooijer; Mrs. Kooijer; W. Hekhuis; H. Hidding; J.A. Kooijer; G.B. Daalman; H.P.; A. Kampen; A. Verveda; S. Vandewall; T. Van Heuzen; L. Por; F. Vanden Beldt; G. Vanden Beldt; G. Deur; Dutton; Mrs. Van D.; E. Visscher; J. Vandoornik; G.W. Wilterdink; H. Pas; L. Sprietsma; A. Elferdink; P.A. Wilterdink; G. Wilterdink; G.W. Wilterdink; J. Naber; Mrs. Everts; D. Van Raalte; G.A. Van Voorst; S.B.; J. Van Voorst; H.; J. Helder; A. Kapenga; J. Dehaan; E. Pilon; J. Gurtings; H. Bor; J.D. Bloemers; B.H. Veneklasen; M. Van Sloten; L.B. Hoeksema; J. Naber; J. Van Pullen; R. Van Sloten; G. Rooks; S. Ceerep; T. Warners; J. Jansen; J. Weirsing; P. Naber; J. Devries; B. Frence; J. Rooks; N. Nies; H.B. Van Dyk; J. Duwresma; J. Van Voorst; S. Posthemes; P. Van Gelder Note:

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Page  XXII Lpig c J) T4r 77- 19 _Zvo Z_7Z J coze410. OY 6,55_ý 4 71 1W S z:zZ-zlA6-ze_7w Cl7_ Z.5ZZ6 '39 ins -Z rv -L. ct7 -ýL k ZZ, 7z x J. 0 -PV Z7 Z coze _Z7 Cook 60 -CVY7ývmn, ze- 41 v ITZ etQ Z_'Z ZZ" C;V-7t -It Z' z CN zzký TQ C3 rlz QO _74 An 4/101 lei. 72 4ý tbý im 0 gRas 1ý QO to 20 -0 IN 60. Tw Z--fzg WE_21 IN IS 1k) PL pl'SwIe_ e_ _zzý e-I T.-N -7-17-ZO 1 1 OX A A..Z W. 12 fe r 4 -till A ho tzeve gi t4 /"0 VIL N ' czo,:g zei% T-Wr --- ýT&_ ý2 40 OH -7.T-T r-T -Z F T I I SIZI 17 --42- cor, za ol '36f, 5'2 0 ze zz 11 c lzie 7i- 160- 7-7-- '4ý 71 444 -S, 4-. ZIý4ý-4 =g 49 Z ýýý2itK - TQ zezz < 06 41 MEN ////Cý I- z CC Aw-25 e, ZwVze Q\ Z,467. i TUL. r7l CAO,- th c ýrz -40 i IS Z/- c 4-0 Z- VZ;r&Z 25. P. z-ZZ, - 29 Zý giI L'ý4 67 X07 ROMM Title: Map of Georgetown Township 6&7N 13W Keywords: M. Howe; J. Larmer; O. Pixley; A. Cox; Arters; J.K. Pixley; W. Shilling; J. Howe; Cryder; P. Mosher; C. Arbeck; L. Burgmann; O.G.; E. Cristler; E. De Witt; V. Du Pree; E. Cole; M. Dennis; L. Lowing; Blendon Landing; Landing; Grand River; Saw Mill; L. Conklin; D. Cole; T. Combs; T. Gillman; Mrs. Oliver; L. Cook; J. Brown; E. Cristler; O. Lowing; D. Daig; J. Wilson; G. Gates; Geo. Parks; G. Hubbard; H.C. Bement; I.A. Taylor; Compau; W. Cunningham; S.L. Lowing; Saw Mill; Proposed Road; F. Burton; S.M.; Haire’s Landing; Store; J. Haire; S.L. Lowing; E. Wadsworth; S. Brennan; A. Cheyne; L. Cheyne; W. Foss; E. Sweeney; J. Boynton; E. Febrick; N. Bauer; Store; E. Persons; J. Purchase; O. Purchase; J. Olliver; L. Dahm; O. Embody; P. Lehmer; R. Branard; C.S. Rosegrant; J. Baragar; Chas. Rosegrant; W. Brown; Cordelia Spear; M. Embody; Mrs. G. Weatherwax; Mrs. S.A. Finch; D. Munn; J.F. Lowing; E.F. Bosworth; Georgetown P.O.; H.C. Lowing; E.F. Bosworth; L. Lowing; E. Webb; M. Blackford; O.M. Gillett; D. Blackford; E.F. Bosworth; E. French; D. Bogue; E. Weatherwax; J. Sharkey; G. Van Sloton; G. Weatherwax; W. Bush; W. Van Slotan; G.H. Cathcoart; M. Van Strot; C. Naylor; J.W.; N.W. Boynton; Geo. Weatherwax; S.O. Drake; W. Cunningham; E.F. Bosworth; B. Lowing E. Hookerhide; S.L. Lowing; H.C. Lowing; J. Fish; D. Devendorff; W.D. Clark; D. Cadwood; K.D. Harrington; W. Lowing; A. Wilson; M. Alberli; B. Gurlings; J. Riddell; Mrs. Taylor; W. Lowing; J. Tate; W. Tate; C. McEwing; A. Tate; H.D. Ewing; G. Hunt; F. Lozo; D. Blackford; N. Mackus; J. Bilsma; H. Skinner; E. Flouton; P. Vasbinder; A. McDonald; J. Riddell; C. McTage; J.H. Hall; G. DeWint; R. DeWint; J. Bronkema; J. Blevens; J. Scott; J.S. Spavable; H. Weatherwax; E. Davis; W.W. Weatherwax; G. Cowing; E. Weatherwax; E. Wright; R. Larmer; F. Larmer; S. Bush; N. Mackus; H. Izenga; P. Nordhouse; G. Weatherwax; P. Van Single; H. Kline; C.L. Moody; G. Vansloton; A. Closterhouse; D. Hause; S. Bush; M. Doornburt; C. Vandervene; F. Devendorff; C. Buxton; C. Weatherwax; S.M.; Jenison Villes; H.&L.L. Jenison; W. Snyder; J. Mowry; J. Miller; N. Mowry; J. Reed; H.T.; A. Lobdell; A. Barton; N. Mowry; R. Luce; D. Everett; O. Hall; Henry Sweet; W. Bawmaster; H. Smith; D. Thurber; R. Atward Jr.; S. Doan; I. Doan; A. Kronemyre; J. Haminger; A. Winchester; I.D. Knapen; Mrs. Spitzer; N. Martin; H.&L.&L. Jenison; A. Winchester; M. Van Der Boegh; D.&P. Van Dyk; M. Winchester; Proposed M.&O.R.R.; M. Green; Phelps & Roberts; West Branch Rush Creek; C. Van Dervene; F. Phelps; L. Bursley; A. Oustland; D. House; R. Van Roulter; F.H. Hudstine; H. Jenison; A.C. Wicks; L.&L. Jenison; A.C. Wicks; S. Johnson; M. Bush; H. Andre; East Branch Rush Creek; B. Hamiger; H. Andre; J. Andre; A. Balkema; A. Van Stroz; B. Top; J.M. Fay; I. Barton; L. Barton; I.N. Lowing; L. Apendorf; H.T.; H. Vandenberg; G. Holsage; E. Van Derbergh; Mary P. Warren; Phelps & Roberts; C.H. Barnaby; J.F. Henricks; F. Henricks; Mrs. Wilbur; I. Burnham; H. Surdam; E. Felton; E.S. Willard; J. Van Derbough; M. Van Derboegh; R. Franklin; I. Burnham; E.G. Morris; C. Guild; C.&M.L.S. R.R.; L. Eaton; C. Cory; R. Chandler; F.P. Beaumont; L.&L. Jenison; C. Wasuke; R. Doornburt; P. Bush; P. Landis; R. Hammond; N. Hardy; C. Bush; A.L. Snyder; H. Jenison; R. Wisinga; S. Hooper; P. Williams; G. Thompson; M.K. Demming; A. Van Strog; C. Van Helese; H. Andre; S Decker; J. Freyderfort; T. Walson; M. Hammond; S. Hammond; A. Clark; W. Finnes; I. Buenham; O. Ballou; J. Baldt; J. Baldt Jr.; J. Dorman; C. Alboicht; B.E. Green; C. Rodes; H.H. Chamberlin; G. Densmore; A.T. Haushaw; W.H. Linacre; E.M. Woolf; S. Barnaby; Wm. Whipple; M. Dean; J.M. Decator; H.N. Daniels; E.F. Bosworth; Hudsonville; H.E. Hudson; L. Giddings; D. Cunningham; J. Shearer; J. Atkins; S.H. Whipple; W.S. Whipple; J.E. Phillips; J. Hughes; C. Van Derbough; J. Ellis; E. Cobb; T.M. Wait; T.M. Wait; E. Cobb; J. Ellis; Wm. Kelley; W.G. Beckwith; H.C. Drew; T.M. Wait; A. Wait; A. Edson; J.E. S. Landis; H. Kibbey; N. Bolzum; B. Edson; A. Tibbitts; H. Tibbitts; J. Tibbitts; W. Van Dervene; M.W. McCoy; A. Holles; L.J. Johnson; D.E. Yarington; J. Minderhout; H. Corsan; P. Van Oast; D. Conner; P. Minderhout; S. Taylor; N. Barker; T. Cahill; W. Olmsted; J. Mullen; C. Yemmans; H.A. Daily; A.T.S.; A. Hanson; S. Yemmans Note:

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V.6.rd X Zý.1io 4ý0 C zxý sý, 21 -,B.1 efle: 4 Weerd, b 6 3 9,ý-, (4 a ti, Nký ui IN) 120 - -ZL L 7 7r to dp& s Va7aC P-AP k, ý0... - ý9.. 9 e, 496 0 a..972 YACa17-11P 810 NYTLILALGE 0 F T(AA,ý-C NN -D 5 N R 14- W. Scale, sow -Ods- -1 -T72;. -R. R 2.2;fi;7 q 77 79 ALB'd - 8 1 ýb -5 1/- Z 71. Scc 19. zo 7 8 7;r 7,37777 7!ý, 7"S;17:;7ý 79 72 76 3 19 j- Churci 1 4 scl r. -rg 18 7ýr 76 7 71;e 7"Z 7 3 L.2 - I ar I.f-4 qm++ Yl Z' -te' I I Clz Y7 2 19-6j--l -1 1-3 Fwl I lair....... of 74v tý) 'S Title: Map of Zeeland Township; Village of Zeeland 5N 14W Keywords: P. DeVries; D. Elzinga; A. Lamer; J. Ebels Jr.; A. Christian; J. Beekman; M. Zoutendem; J. Van Pullen; T. Dykhulzen; R. Van de Heide; H.R. Koster; Jan De Vries; H. Elzinga; S. Zwagerman; J. Ebels; J. Lagran; H. Berghorst; J. Ebels; D. Coovers; J. Achterhof; J. de Koster; A. Sickman; C. Zwartwald; Dirk Kolk; J.W. Berghorst; P. Berghorst; A. Van Farowe; E. Boes; C. Huyser; J. Huyser; J. Lamer; P. Huyser; Q. Huyser; J.H. Beld; T. Beld; L. Sturing; G. Kolk; D. Achterhat; J. Achterhat; J. Velderman; W. Bos.; G. Bekins; J. Kieviet; J. Lammirt; C. Zwartwald; J. Schnyders; Wm. Reef; G. Bekins; J. Elenbaas; D. Vereeke; P. Vereeke; D. Mohr; G.A. Janker; A. Stakman; R. Datman; M. Scheele; W. Top.; M. Thayer; J. Westralen; L. Pike; S. deHoop; A. Balkema; I.A. Burnham; M.E. Hoover; M. Coburn; J. Zoet; J. Dunnirk; J.A. Burnham; C. Troost; P. Karsten; Jno. Ulberg; C. Troost; M. Ripma; S. Vander Meer; E. West; J.A. Burnham; N. Haan; H. Blaeming; K. Meyer; J. Timmer; D. Meeusen; A. Krokkee; P. Van Dixhoorn; M. Bouwens; P.&M. Vander Basch; M. Van der Basch; G. Vander Basch; J. Bouwens; J. De Kraker; T.K.; T.D.; J.&J. Brins; C. Vereeke; W. Staal; W.J. de Jonge; M. Zwagerman; J. Schouten; H. Van Noorde; J. Hofman; T. Dykhuizen; T. Kort; A. Elenbaas; H. Kraus; B. Willemse; K. Boone; A. Klossterman; J. de Koster; F. Tinholf; J. Kurhaelja; D. Quarree; A. Van Dyk; Jan Boss; W. Leenhouts; F. Ensing; Hde. Vries; J.H. Beld; J. Ellenbaas; V.&V.; E. de Kok; P. Vereeke; C. de Nys; A. Barandse; J. Lookerse; J. Borgers; J. Demkes; M. Wyngaarde; G. Wyngaarde; D. Mohr; I. Janker; Veehler; P. Semelink; J.J. Van Heulen; Haveman; H. Breuker; M. den Herder; Jacob de Vries; S. de Hoop ; M. Van Zoeren; J. Van Zoeren; S. Bos; C. Troost; Jno. Ulberg; A. Schreur; Verhage; J. Ensink; G. Van Zoeren; A.J. Bold; H. Zwiers; H. Husson; F. Wiers; H. Pelgrin; J. Hameetman; J. Nederveld; A. Nederveld; M. Ripma; R. Vyma; M. Dal; C. Zuidveg; E. Eding; R. Westfeld; G. Brummer; K. Schoemaker; R. Ten Have; C. de Koster; J. de Groot; J. Hendriks; J. de Groot; R.&C.; Keepers Add.; Jde. Pree; A. Bouloens; Mings Add.; W. Picock; A. Elenbaas; W.D. Nagelkerke; Ade Jager; C. Putter; S.B.; W. Van de Luyster; Hde. Kruif; J. den Huder; F. Ensing; B. Van Eeuwik; J. Zwiers; Steketee; W.J. de Jonge; M. Van Lare; J. de Jonge; A. Van K.; J. den Herder; M. Naeye; A. Duenkerke; J. Scholten; R. Ossewuarde; J. de Jouge; J. den Herder; D.A. Boer; A. Klootwyk; A. Duimkerke; J. De Jonge; J.H. Wentzel; Alice White; J. Verhage; M. Wyngaarden; M. Van der Bosch; G.H. Hunterink; J. Elsma; D.J. Wyngaarde; A. Van Hoeven; J.J. Tanes; J.D. Wyngaarde; T. Timpen; J. Pollendood; S. deHopp; G.J. Van Noords; K. Hofman; C. Vergage; H. Pelgrin; P. Hooleman; H. Husson; J.E.D.E.; H. Husson; Ch.; J.A. VanderMeer; A. Van Zooeren; G. Bosch; J. Van Zoeren; W. Maurits; H.G.; Vriesland P.O.; G.J. Van Zoern; J. Van Zoeren; N. Trompen; G. Van Zoeren; J. Trompen; A.J. Bold; B. Snitseler; G. Kalman; J. deVries; K. Hofman & Van Noords; G.J. Sprik; B. Van Bronkhorst; S. Roelofs; J. de Vree; G. Meyer; Lulga Timmer; Verhage; W. Holman; A. Van Zoeren; G.J. Van Zoeren; P. Ulberg; Zeeland; W. Vandenberg; L.&P.; H. Marling; P.B.; H. Wissink; Wentzel & Klink; H.L.; H. Marling; A. Kolyn; H. Baten; J. Van Gederen; M. Roseman; H.J. Tinholt; W. Westveer; J. Poes; J. Van Hess; J. Ossewaarde; W. de Jonge; J. de Pree; G. Wabeke; C. Van Loo; H. Merling; G. Van Dulst; J. Poest; J. Busguet; K. Schoemaker; R. Brinks; H. Brinks; J. Van Heuvel; J. Grass; R. Brinks; Meengs; J. Meengs; H. Farma; J. Broesma; J. Abins; J.G. Hoeve; J.H.; S. Broesma; W. Marlink; J.B. Groen; J.N.; A. Van Vleit; C. Shermer; J. Verhage; Mrs. Dam; R. Meyering; H. Dam; H. Karsten; J. Cats; J. Elsma; K.V.; P. Hozee; K. Vogel; A. Van Vliet; J.R. Vander Kooi; P.O.; G. de Groot; S. Hofma; J. EdeGroot; I. Ulberg; E. Knalt; Ade Vree; Pastmus; W. Van Haitsma; P.R.R.; Hollsma; S. Nibbeling; C. Wiersma; W.H.F.; N. Rosema; P.R.; J.G.H.; P. Visser; D. Bouma; J.N. Faber; J. Van Haitsma; R. Kroodsma; F. Stremtler; F. Hornstra; P. Van Haitsma; G.J. Sprik; H. Freerks; M. Verduin; J. Winters; P. Witvliet; H. Van Newren; H. Kruitlzof; S. Miedema; J. Rook; Roel Meyerling; W. Maurits; Jan de Vit; N. Trompen; P. Roon; D. de Kleine; H. Koring; H. Vriedeveld; R. Laubers; A. Hyma; R. Westveld; J. deVries; A. Van Zveren; H. Lubbers; D. Boonstra; B. Mulden; P. Meeusen; Vande Laren & Mulder; F. Van den Berg; F. Wierda; R. Nienwkamp; B. Wetteweerd; J. Kossen; W. Van Slooten; Hde. Groot; J.J. Meeusen; H. Amsin; P. Kok; Van Slooten & Gebel; J. Roelofs; A.&D. Roelofs; R. Brinks; G. Lubbers; H. Spirk; R. Tippe; J. Huls Jr.; H. Mast; Rev. R. Smit; J. Mast; H. Mast Est.; S. Kastander; J. Richel; P.R.; J.G. Hoeve; H. Seinen; S.&J. Van Regenmuter; K. Hunderman; J. Hunderman; J.K. Mulder; M. Grenuis; H.O. Yntema; W. Holleman; C.V.D. Stade; J.E. Tanes; S. Hofma; J. Rychel; J.W. Bos; Otte Yntema; B. Strembler; H.O. Yntema; P. Damstra; P. Damstra; A. Koots; R. Euving; C. Euving; Jan Weever; J. Neyenhuis; H. Freerks; H. Essink; S. Yntema; D.B. Yntema; A. Riddering; H. Essink; Jan Bos; L. de Kleine; Bouke Mulder; B. Willeveerd; c. Witran; Mrs. Vyn & Sons; F. Thiel; M.&H. Baron; Henry Marsh; H. Van Dammelen; P. Hoeve; Kok & Mast; H. Seinen; A. Roelofs; J. Roelofs; D. Roelofts; J. Roelofs; J. Mulder; J. Poppe; G. deHaan; W. Nykamp; H. Vander Kolk; R. Van Zwaluwenberg; H. Van Spyker; A. Dunnink; H. Seinen; K. Visscher; H. Visscher; V. Boer; H. Jansen; E. Hoeve; F. Doseman; K. Hunderman; L. Brouwer; H. Stokking; S. Hunderman; A.R.; Church Grounds; H. Bakker; B. Haar; M. Hyboer; G. Brouwer; H. Kamps; W. Kremer; J. Wiggers; H. Wiggers; H. Lubbers; T. Optholt; H. Van Dam; K. Laanning; S. Optholt; H. Lubbers; W. Padding; C.&M.L.S. R.R.; West St.; Town Line; Church Sqr.; Church St.; Cross St.; South St.; Keppel’s Add.; Aling’s Add.; Washington St. Note:

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McEwen; O.R.L. Crozier; W.F. Chamberlain; A. Teeple; S. Barnaby; D. Cooper; I. Winegar; J.O. McEwen; J.H. Keeney; S. Pelton; E. Webster; H.C. Drew; B.F. Bacon; G. DeHart; W. Welton; W. Seyrs; W. Whipple; M. Fleischer; S. Phaman; J.L. Whipple; R. Cox; M. Newton; J. Ellis; N. Southwick; W.H.G. Drew; A. Edson; H.E. Edwards; W. Beales; Beales Heirs; T.A. Brown; J. Brown; F. Saddler; M. Austin; A. Pease; Whipple; W.H. McEach; S. Taylor; R. Luce; G. Brown; J. Walton; P. Walton; E.T. Kellogg; T. Garfield; D. McDuffee; J. Minderhout; W.H. Taylor; J.M. Brown; E.P. Stilwill; A. Donnelly; H. Smith; J. Smith; R. Avery; H. Cooper; E. Cook; N. Saddler; W.N. Soper; C. Saddler; N.J. Rough; C. Harkness; H.H. Thomas; W.H. Curtis; W.H. Brooks; N.J. Rough; C. Saddler; Hanley P.O.; G. Fox; J.B. Brown; P. DeWeerd; L.J. Spoolman; J. Heitsma; J. Zwiers; T. Bowerman; R. Kruze; S.E. Bailey; A. Zylstra; J. Rychel; J. Nederfelt; E. DeWeerd; A. Kamps; E. Tanis; W. Washburn; T. Southwick; J. Williams; W.D. Kirby; D. Dean; E. Knoll; Y. Faber; H. Bake; Martha Woolman; A. Strakin; W.H.H. Wells; H. Williams; W.H. Curtis; A. Vign; L. Zandbergen; H. Bowman; Almira Arnold; J. Peet; J. Spitzer; Jamestown Center; M. Vanderschouw; C. Yansen; W. Bradley; J. Livingston; O. Chamberlain; G. Brown; L. Luten; M.T. Billings; R.S. Arnold; S.M. Sage; Richardson Bros.; S.S. Steward; A.K. Richardsons; Holdin; G.W. McEachron; Jane Phipps; R. Standish; J. Parlos; c. Clarlo; O.R. Clarlo; L.D. Hill; F. Hill; J. Erwin; S. Shelden; H. Haight; R. Cooper; F. Keefer; C.H. Horton; G. Elliott; E. Landis; C.J. Hovey; J. Minion; Wm. B. Ledyard; R. DeVries; A. Kampen; S. Haitsma; R. Strick; J. Roon; S.T. Wood Jr.; W.C. Hoxie; R. Nyenhuis; A. Friz; P. Struick; W. Van Regenmorter; A.J. Friz; R. Nyenhuis; B. Gregory; T. Snyder; G. Avery; J. Williams; J. Ulberg; John Bos; O. Wells; J.S. Wells; A. Stilwell; N. DeVries; Peets Heirs; I. DeVries; Wm. Odell; J. Haveman; M.L. Sage; J.S. Wells; J.S. Arnald; J. Jackson; A. Whitney; T. Skeels; F.H. Peet; Wiles & Kridler; J. Jackson Jr.; O.W. Whitney; R. Standish; C.W. Arnold; S.W. Rust; W.H. Barclay; J.C. Freeman; J. Chamberlain; Mary A. Clark; W. Elliott; A. Ebling; E. Cooper; W. Marshall; J. Elliott; R. Marshall; S. Hunt; W. Cole; M. Leonard; D. Kimball; J.K.k Minisee; S.F. Gould; R.E. Gibbs; B. Minion; M. Clibush; A. Gibbs; P. Kraythof; J. Kraythof; J. Kosten; H. Dean; W. Kramer; J. Boenburg; H. De Kline; M. De Zwaan; N. Lanning; H. Elbers; H. Karmer; N. Lanning; L. Gerlings; J. Pikaart; O. Well; E.J. Van Bronkhorst; D.L. Hollis; C. Struik; A. Reinbrandt; N. Chamberlain; J. Nyenhuis; C. Reinbrant; J. Neyenhuis; D. Worsma; D. Smolleganze; J.M. Woodward; Hiram Van Debunte; H. Van Derstrick; Henry Van Debunte; E. Drost; H. Chamberlain; D. Sweet; J.A. Pafenhousen; W. McCall; C.H. Richardson; A. Lutts; T.W. Brown; D. Deskong; M.J. Ockenbac; Sam Standish; J. Crofoot; O. Crofoot; N. Fieldstraw; J.F. McCibben; J.&J. Weller; T. Debri; J. Debri; F. Arnett; M. Moffit; H.W. Sneden; J. Kesler; M. Fetz; J. Clark; Saw M.; E. Sneden; E.N. Pember; L. Plant; S. Kridler; J. Kesler; P.&A. Steffis; M. Leonard; L.P. Leonard; L. DeKline; P. Arndsen; F. Van Derwall; T.W. Brown; R. Crochma; O. Bakker; J. Bakker; A. Lanning; A. Reinbrant; E. Van Spyker; R. Vis; C. Comasais; T. Last; J. Neyenhuis; L. Trosst; B.S.; Forest Grove P.O.; G. DeKline; J.T. Morrison; W. Venboer; S. Kloster; H. Van Spyker; E.L. Kortland; Bus; C. Koster; J. Woodward; E. Garrett; H.H. Park; G. Hyman; J. Chilson; R.R. Wilkinson; J. Breedewig; P. Standish; J. Green; G. Costar; H. Castor; H. Van Derpool; J. Van Overset; J. Knickerbocker; A. Denock; A. Dykeman; G.H. Kirtland; B. Kridler; J. Kridler; M. Semon; J. Snyder; H. Helcey; M. Schoamdorfe; L.M. Clark; J. Ford; P. Mitchel; T. Shafer; H. Weaver; E. Weaver; P. Fox; M. Miller; W. Taylor; J. Pepper; C.L. Christie; Martha Park; W. Taylor; John Pepper; D. Van Stel; I.H. Smith; A. Washer; C.R. Gould; P. Feldes; Rosall; J. McKenney; C. Christie; P. Homrich; A. Lanning; J. Van Derberg; J. Van Derstick; R. Lanting; K. Zylstra; H. Rosema; Kruythof; Baker & Co.; M. Joppe; R. Reinbrant; H.K.; F.D.; O. Comesais; A. Breedewig; A. Bultman; Van Essen & Breedeweg; James Brandt; J. Strick; Strumler; S.L. Gitchel; E. Garrett; J.M. Potts; B.S. Gitchel; E. Whitecomb; W. Fleetwood; A. Herhaar; H. Eaton; G.H. Kirtland; C.A. Ball; G.A. Ball; H.H. Hall; H. Hashburger; C. Rumults; H. Loup; A. Marthaden; P. Snyder; N. Matison; J.M. Brown; G.W. Schrekengest; S. Johnson; W. Mattison; B. Fine; M. Teller; J. Snyder; J. Matson; J. Newel; J. Winegar; M. Caster; P. Mitchel; P. Alflen; W. Matson; S. Pritzen; Wm. Bligken; M. Bieber; J. Bieber; P. Young; S. Steffis; S. Fritzen; C. Leonhart; C. Rothousler Note:

Page  XXVIII X W.9 Flit ff. T11, el /P s C/ cz gi, rM, e, r zolds tyl -P-Al S 44 -Ss. dw j 0 pri, s 4L 0 moorc Aeliylry 160 O'Convidl -DJ1ff&4tr0y 37zý- - 80 I EEM:5 CIT;OR ma rtell -Plt 3b lk Ar C' Mayo. 90 Dell 11 t-11 o lco an ellt 32,0 I ff -Rang t Z/.O F lbo 3-o L F-,Ua Title: Map of Olive Township; Ottawa Sta.; West Olive 6N 15&16W Keywords: M. Fagen; W. Phelps; C. Crowther; F. Miles; S.S.K.; I.N.; W. Morrisey; J. O’Connell; D. O’Brien; J. O’Connell; D. McCarthy; G. Reynolds; R.R. Land; A. Schoemaker; P. King; H.C. Eckley; Dell; I.V. Harris; J. Mayo; S.S. Keeler; G.W. Moore; J. McKinslry; N. Cooper; H.&J. Cone; T. Walker; A. Brown; A. Names; E. Brooks; S. Baxter; H. Pallengell; S.L. Lowing; T. Cole; C. Balcom; A. Brown; L. Brown; A. Names; W. Roberts; J. Bush; C.L. Whitney; Ottawa St.; H.B. Lathrop; F.W. Headley; C. Stephens; Ottawa Sta.; b. Headley; O. Tubbs; G.C. Jones; E. Eastway; J.K. Pixley; C. Porter; J.T. Welton; J.M. Fellows; A.H. Van G.; H. Fletcher; H. Lindernive; F. Pixley; S. Purchase; F. Trowbridge; J.M. Fellows; E.D. Fellows; J. Fletcher; D.N. Van Duesen; E. Bartow; D. O’Brien; J. O’Connell; P. King; J. Mayo; H.C. Eckley; Dell; I.V. Harris; J. Mayo; H.N. Phelps; D. Black; H.A. Willis; A. Ronge; I.V. Harris; A. Breckhart; A. Breckhart; C. Kemma; S.B.; E.L.G.; C. Cowls; C. Pausler; G.R.; H.N.R.; W. Hennesy; R. Turkington; Pigeon River; C.C.; F.K.; W.A. Willis; R.T. Cady; F. Eddy; G. Eddy; E. Thompson; C. Lifer; H. Snook; J. Carty; H. Pattengll; L Brown; A. Brown; E. Webster; J. Peterson; M. Hoag; L.V. Harris; S. Tubbs; J.D. Wood; Olive Sta.; M.R. Merritt; O. Tubbs; H.D. Rush; J.D. Merriett; E. Watson; T. Watson; G.C. Jones; C. Nivison; G.C. Jones; E.D. Fellows; P. Quigley; L. Munroe; M.R. Merritt; D. Van Raalte; J. Jacksoin; School Land; Woodley & Irish; Pigeon Lake; H. Goodin; I.V. Harris; P. Quigley; I.V. Harris; W. Harrison; E.L. Gartie; P. Quigley; H. Harrison; B. Harrison; Vinke Mulder; C. Carey; E.L. Gartie; Mich. Lake Shore R.R.; G.C. Jones; G. Lyon; R. Baxter; C. &M.L.S. R.R.; C. Jones; M.M. Stanford; M. Merriett; P.P. Pierce; J. Tasker; H. Werner; H.D. Jones; G.C. Jones; H. Werner; J. Cane; F. Cane; E. Webster; T. Owen; B. Zeebwyth; F. Amler; J. Mederman; J. Ausiker; C. Deering; E. Hugstingh; D. Voss; J. Spoor; J. Roberts; J. Burton; A. Monday; Mrs. Parks; B.&H.A. Klise; J. Ovens; A. Van Arendonk; A. Little; J. Roo; J. Van Tongeren; J. Luiden; P. Jacobsen; Z. Owen; Blendon Sta.; E.C.; J. Prims; C. Prims; H. Shemper; W. Dolmyer; J. Krai; H. Kall; C. Rohorst; G. Groenewault; J. Van Huyvelan; J. Smedenga; T. Krai; H. Loman; J. Zuidweld; F. Krai; G. Gronewault; H. Brat; J. Brat; J. Lievesee; B. Kuyers; C. Harrison; A. Hagan; G. Klanderman; Lake Michigan; De Guisell; J. Fant; C. Lopinga; J. Kemphouse; I. Kemphouse; J. Fant; G. Swart; J. Lopinga; J. Schroeder; H. Vader; J. Boyce; R. Smith; T. Cunningham; J. Tenhagen; S. Lievesee; W. Lievesee; C. Wainwright; Mrs. Bullock; H. Lamers; R. Welton; H. Lawver; J. Roberts; North Holland; W. Smith; J. Ovens; W. Bell; A. Barkampass; C. Dichemd; B. Branson; H. Slag; T. Tietzama; J. Dunnick; J. Slag; H. Timmers; P. Nienhuis; E. Nienhuis; c. Rudder; J. Vier; J. Jacobson; A. Feleman; L. Hop; W. Smith; F. Slag; P. Dauger; W. Nihoff; A. Frick; R. Knoohuizen; H. Van der Zwag; J. Patts; P. Van Raalte; J. Groenewault; A. Groenewault; H. Donma; A. Donma; b. Van der Zwag; J. Van Herwigner; R. Kroohuisen; Mrs. Witbee; A. Sauiteman; A.C. Raalte; H. Coperman; C. Harrison; A.C. Van Raalte; K. Veltheer; J. Jacobson; T. Wood; J. Weseldick; J. Klanderman; A.C. Van Raalte; M.D. Howard; V. Feltz; F. Carrol; R.R. Land; B. Blackburn; R.C. Dick; T. Reed; J. Boyce; H.J. Davis; Robins; W.J. Joscelyn; S. Lievesee; A.M. Ellsworth; W. DeBoer; J.P. DeCouders; D. Fulger; W. DeBoer; C. Dickemd; W. Timmers; C. Jabaay; P. Van Tongeren; J. Brower; W. Brower; C. Smith; W. Smith; J. Smith; A. Smith; B. Slag; Wm. Brower; A.P. Stegenga; M. Nienhuis; C. Smith; E. Vinkemulder; J. Waderman; J. Waubecka; J. Van Dyke; M. Stegenga; M. Ninehouis; H. Van Avendock; E. Luidens; S. Danger; H. Werner; J. Hulst; K. Brower; H. Veltheer; A. Siersema; E. Nienhuis; J. Veltheer; W. Moren; A. Rack; D.V. Winger; H.J. Raetass; J. Walling; A.C. Van Raalte; Bush Res.; Sec. Line; Bennet St.; Main St.; Park St.; B. Headley’s Res.; Morrison St.; Jefferson St.; Lincoln St.; Water St.; Bee Line St.; Washington St.; Welton St.; Church St.; School St.; Gardner St.; Lyon St.; Goss St.; Warner St.; 1st Ave.; 2nd Ave.; May St.; Brayton St. Note:

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Page  XXXIV I! IISTO Ry OF OTTý AWA. CO'U.N.TYI STATEOF M.VICHIGAN. GENERAL REMARKS. Geographically Ottawa County occupies a conspicuous position as the grand western gateway of the State of Michigan. Entering at this gateway the traveler may follow a great natural depression across the State, up the Grand River and down the interlocking tributaries of the Saginaw to its mouth without at any time rising more than 75 feet above the level of Lake Michigan. The county is bounded on the west by the widest portion of the great lake. It is bounded north by Muskegon, east by Kent and south by Allegan Counties. The western or shore line of the county is nearly a north and south line for fifteen miles from tihe south side of the county, when it bears north 'by west and finally nearly north-west for the remainder of the distance to the north line of the county. The dimensions of the county aye ail average of about 22 Miles from east to west, by 2.4 iiles from north to south, with an additional township (Chester) attached to the south-east corner, making a total area in acres ( f a little more than 337,000, of which about 87,000 acres have been improved, and is divided into nearly 3000 farms. STREAMS AND LAKES. Grand River, the only stream of great importance in the county, crosses the east line of the county about IO miles from the sonth-east corner, and flows in a generally north-west course and empties into the lake about 4 miles from the north line of the county. The fall in this stream is very slight, and during its sluggish course it expands into numerous arms or bayous, most of which are the recipients of one or more small streams. Crockery Creek, which is perhaps the most important tributary of the river in the county, rises in Chester township, the highest land in the county, and flowing west and south-west, across the corner of Muskegon county, and thlence nearly south through Crockery township, empties into the Grand River, and is something more than 20 Miles in length. Sand Creek, having one of its sources also in Chester township, and another in Kent county, flows generally southward and falls into the Grand River at Talhinage post-office, about 4 miles from the east side of the county. This stream has sufficient fall to furnish one or more valuable mill sites. Black River rises in the south-east corner of the county and flows in - a direction generally westward for eighteen or twenty miles, and falls into.Black Lake at the City of Hollcand. This is the most important stream south of the Grand River, but is far too sluggish to be of much value as a mill stream. Black Lake is the most important body of water wholly within the county. It is of irregular shape and from one fourth of a mile to near two miles wide and about six miles in length, It has been extensively improved by the general government and furnishes a commodious and safe harbor for lake craft of large size. Spring Lake, in the north-west corner of the county and on the north of the Grand River, with which it is connected by a wide outlet, is a fine body of water near 6 miles in length and from one-fourth to three-fourths of a mile in width. Its placid waters is a favorite resort for pleasure parties, and around its margin fruit-growers have planted extensive orchards and vineyards. SURFACE, SOIL, ETC. Entering the county from the east by way of the Detroit and Milwaukee R. R. the traveler beholds for twelve or fifteen miles a beautiful rolling or gently undulating country, and maple, beech, basswood, ash and oak as the prevailing timbers, with an occasional strip or belt of pine. This road runs from three to six miles from the river -until within three or four miles of its terminus, and is probably from 5o to 85 feet above the level of the river until within IO or 12 miles of Lake Michigan, where it will be found generally less than twenty feet above; indeed about one-third 'of the west part of the county is less than twenty feet above the lake level, and with the exception of a series of sand hills or ridges much of it is scarcely the half of twenty feet above the waller level. The soil of the elevated lands in the east and north-east is mostly a clay or rich sandy loam. and. esteemed as " number one " for general farming. Boulders are strewn over the surface in -places in such -profusion as to annoy the Grand River, is at Jennisonville, where the river changes it -course abruptly from a. south-west to a north-west direction. At this point an obstruction in the channel of the river raising its waters 15 feet would pour its floods through this valley in a south-west direction and through Black. River and lake, into Lake Michigan at a point twenty miles south of its present mouth. There is little d,-ubt that the river, or at least a considerable portion of the stream, once occupied or in fact made this depression..Along the shore of Lake Michigan in this county (as well as in some of the counties north and south of Ottawa. is a remarkable series of sand hills or ridges. Some of these rise almost sheer from the water's edge, IOO or 150 feet, while a few of the highest are well nigh 200 feet in hight and constantly changing in position and outline under the driving force of the winds. Many of these hills enwrap successive generations of standing trees, such as hemlock, pine, cedar, etc., and are crowned with others of all sizes, that in many instances are to be buried in turn. The formation of such precipitous peaks and ridges seems truly wonderful, and the whole matter of their origin and increasing bulk, where tihe sand comes from, etc., have puzzled the beholder in times past, and is perhaps not fully resolved to-day, although much light has of late been thrown upon the subject. It is now known that currents are ceaselessly in motion in the lake, transporting material to the southward along the western shore, to the cast along the south end, or head of the lake, and to the north, along the most of the eastern coast; and while the waves are eating a-way the bluffs on the western margin of the lake, the currents referred to are little by little trailsferring a portion of.he debris southward and around the head of the lak-e and depositing it along~ the Michigan coast. In times, of westerly storms sand is piled upon the beach and drying, is lifted and carried inland by the first favoring breeze. Since the prevailing winds are from the points of the compass lying between south-west and n mith--west, it follows that Michigan is slowly being built up or lifted out of the sea, grain at a thime. A curious feature, and one intimately- connected wi 'Lh the phenomena just referred to, is that all streams entering the lake from.. the cast- do so through a small lake. There are three such in this county t~o-wit: Black Lake, the outlet of Pigeon Creek, and the enlargement of the Grand River, which involves or includes two or three arims besides Spring Lake. There can be but little doubt that within the present geologic era, Grand River has had at least two other outlets to the Lake, one about three-quarters of a mile north, and the other two and a half to three miles south of the present mouth or outlet. It is.also morally certain that Grand River at a time more recent than the close of the " Drift " or " Glacial period " poured its floods into Lake Michigan not far from the present site of Spoonville. Col. Ferry, who has given the matter much time and thought, was enabled to trace the anci.irt Lake beach across the county. It is represented as a well-defined but irr, ý-,--ular line passing near the head of Spring Lake, and thence in nearly a southeast direction crossing the Grand River, perhaps one mile west of the mouth of Crockery Creek, and continuing in a south-east course, leaves most of the town of Robinson1, and perhaps a small portion of Allendale and Blendon, west of the line, which sweeps around the head of Pigeon Creek, takes a direction to the west, nearly corresponding with the course of the Creek for almost six miles, when it takes a course a little east of south-, and crosses Black River perhaps one mile from its mouth; and is distinctly observable near the junction of the two railroads. West of this line very little clay, gravel or boulders can be found; while to the east, they will every where be noticed in greater or less profusion, interspersed, it is true, with belts of sand or sand and the others mixed. No beds of metal or quarries of stone of great value have as yet been extensively worked in the county; although valuable beds of marble have been found in many places, and large quantities of bog-iron ore are known to exist in several of the townships. A mineral paint of an'ocherous cbaracter has, for some years., been used in a small way in Robinson township. Within a few miles of Holland City sand-stone of a quality very suitable for some kinds of building purposes is being quarried. Valuable clay for brick making may be had in almost all parts of the county, although in the west part of the county it can only be found beneath the surface sand, and generally below the lake level. Excellent clay for the manufacture of what are known as the Milwaukee brick i 's obtained by dredging in one of the bayous connected with the Grand River. SURVEY, PIONEERS, ETC. SIn the case of Ottawa county the U. S. Survey seems to have been made, on the south side of. the river at least, in advance of any public demand, as townships 5, 6 and a part Of 7 in range 13, which constitute Jamestown and Georgetown and a small portion of Talmadge, were surveyed in the year 18-31 by Lucius B3. Lyon, when, with the exception perhaps of Rix Robinson, there was not a white man within the boundary of the county for three yea-rs at least. Zeeland, Allendale, Grand Haven, and the west -portion of Olive and Holland townships, were surveyed in 1832, and Blendon in 1833, while range 15 south of the river, comprising the town of Robinson and the east part of Olive and Holland,was not surveyed until 1837, or five years after the range next to the lake shore, and the range, immediately cast, had been laid off. The lands north of the river were not ceded by the Indians until 1835 or 1836, and v ere not commenced to be surveyed until 1837, when Crockery and Polkton were surveyed. SpDringy Lake township was not reached till 1818, vember, 1834. By an arrangement with Robert Stuart and Mr. Robinson he laid out the village of Grand Haven. In April of the followingr year Mr. Ferry and family and employees, 22 in all, occupied My. Robinson's trading post, a cabin 22xi6 feet. About the same time t 'he schooner White Pigeon, becoming weather-bound, put into the mouth of Grand River and wintered,' furnishing partial shelter to 'the over-crowded family at the cabin. There were at the time but' three or four families at Grandville, in Kent county, scarcely more at Grand Rapids, and one family on the Kalamazoo river, ten miles from its mouth. These were the nearest neighbors. Lemuel Jennison appears to have moved into Georgetown townsh-ip ill 1834 or 1835; and so did Lorenz French..There were a number of additions to the settlers of the county during 1835: Mr. I. V. Hopkins arrived at Scranton, afterwards East Manville, and John Simons and John Crockmore located at same point about the same time. In 1836 larger additions were made to the infant colony. In thesumnmer of that year seven Robinson brothers, with their families (42 persons), (xxxIV ) arrived at the mouth of the Grand River in a chartered schooner, and most of them~settled in the county. In the same year Butts & Hathaway built the first saw mill in the county at Grand Haven, about the present site of the D. & M. R. R. depot. Hon. 1. V. Harris located in the east part of the county in 18-6. Clark, B. Albee, came from Vermont to Chicago in 1835, and to Grand Haven in 1836. He was an agent of David Carver, a trader and capitalist, and after, Rev. Mr. Ferry, perhaps the most prominently connected with the early history of Grand Haven. Wm. Hathway (afterward judge Hathway for 12 years) arrived in 1836, Sbut located in the old town of Norton, near Spoonville station, in 18-9. He was a much-respected man and intimately connected with the early county history. In 1837 Mr. Henry G)'riffin arrived from Niagara, C. W., coming by way of the lakes to Chicago, and thence to the Haven. At this time Milwaukee had but about 300 inhabitants and Chicago 1,500, while there was not a house visible from the lake between S1"t. Joseph and Grand. Haven. Mr. Griffin was, for-twelve years, the only -druggist in the county, and has been actively engagedl with public affairs, has been County Clerk, Mayor of the city, etc. Silas G. Harris came the same time as Mr. Griffin, and took a pre-emption claim in the eastern part of tl~e county. Both he and his brother, Captain Harris, have been mnembers of the State Legislature. Nathan Throop was one of the pioneers and an active participant in the earliest affairs of the village and county. The' first election in the county wa-s held at his h ouse. Copt. Win. Kanouse came from Toledo in the steamer Don Quixote in 1637, and was wrecked at Thund 'er Bay. H-e crossed the State on foot, and arriving at Grand Rapids, was put in charge of the steamer Gov. Mason, built to ply between Grand Haven and Grand Rapids. He was intimately associated w"7ith the history and advancement of the county. Miss Mary White was the first school teacher in the county, and many of the settlers of Grand Haven owe her a debt of gratitude for the start in learning she gave them.I In the south part of the county settlement scarcely began at all for ten years after its inauguration -upon that great natural'highway, Grand River, and it was not until the Rev. Van Raalte and his compeers Dominies Yipma, and Van Der Muelen, with their followers, landed in 1847, that any thing of importance was done. The pioneers in that movement (very importan'lt as it proved to be to themselves as well as the county) have either passed away or become aged. Rev. Van Raalte himself has retired from active life with failing health,.but loved and honored by all. But it would be impossible for us to narne, much less do justice here., to the memory of those pioneers to whose self-sacrifice and indomitable spirits the present generation are indebted for so many of the comforts of civilized life now enijoyed. The names of a few of them will appear in the appropriate place in connection with the several townships. ORGANIZATION, ETC. Ottawa was defined as a territorial county in 1831, and in 1836 it was attached to Kent (then organized) for judicial purposes. On December 29th, 183 7, it was duly organized (so far as a legislative act could do it) as a county. At that time its northern boundary was the line dividing towns io and ii, or twelve miles further north than its present north line, or six miles further north thant the north line of Chester. This continued to be the county line until 1859, when Muskegon was erected into a county. The Legislature at first divided the county into two towns, Muskego (or Muskegon) and Ottawa. Muskego consisted of eight full towns, and two fractional towns, or all north of the line bounding Spring Lake and Crockery on the north; and Ottawa embraced all the rest of the county, but subsequently, at the same session, Talmadge township, composed of towns 7 and 8, range 13, was formed out of Ottawa. In apportioning the taxes between these townships the County Board, consisting of Erastus Wilcox, Bethuel Church and W'm. Hathaway, decided that Talmadge should pay $48 and a few cents, Muskego $5 9, and Ottawa $63 1. This was the day of small things for- __ skego 1 n-1Ta - a11,-t- 4 e-s1 re- - b1_'_ ear 4-1- e 1y-ars lat r w n In 1839 the total valuation was $338,127, and the tax to be raised was about $1I,700. In 1840 the assessment roll had increased about $14,ooo, and tell years later the whole county was valued at only about half a million dollars. In I84o Georgetown and Norton had beeen added to the list of civil divisions, and their progress in material development rates thus: TonReal Value Ton.Estate. per Acre. O ttaw a - - - -- - - -- - - - --- - -- - - -- - - 33,277 $2 8-7 Georgetown - - - - --- - -- - -- - - - - - - 90,788 2 10 T alm adge --- --- --- -- --- --- --- -- --- ----. 53,372 2 08 N orton - - - -- - - - -- - - - -- - - - -- - - - 17,079 3 00 M uskegon --------------------------------------- 15,699 2 50 It appears. that the Commniissioners to select a site for a countyý seat fixed upon Warren City, in Robinson I ownship. That decision was not much respected since the courts continued to be held at Grand Haven. In October 1856 we find the Board agitating and agitated by, this question, and upon --I S.... MI................ lI_.......... "=' '=In-"............ ............................. 7'-................... "IIAL=III--....... ....... .................,4......................... 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Page  XXXV HISTORY OF OTTAWA COUNTY-CONTINUED. xxxv a vote Ottawa Centre received ii votes, Eastmanville 2, and Grand Haven 3. The august body spent days balloting upon and discussing the question. Various liberal offers were made to secure the location, T. Eastman offered twenty acres of land and -suitable temporary buildings, and "as much money as anybody not to exceed $1,5oo." B. Smith offered " a section of land and $I,OOO" for it at Ottawa Centre. One gentleman offered five acres of land and $20,000 to take it to White River township, now in Muskegon county. A Mr. Parks offered "eighty acres ofland,to be divided among the Supervisors, provided they would place it on the north-east quarter of section 5, town 6, range 13." Eastmanville repeatedly carried more than two-thirds of the votes, and as high as thirteen votes to Grand Haven three, but did not succeed in getting the county seat, although the county paper left Grand Haven for Eastmanville. In an unfortunate moment the friends of Eastmanville agreed to leave it to a popular vote, when every little village that had a hope for itself, or a spark of envy or jealousy, voted against Eastmanville, and snowed it under forever, as the majority " against removal" was I,158. Although Eastmanville has never been able to capture the county seat, there has been outside pressure enough to keep Grand Haven from getting anything respectable, safe or comfortable, in the way of county buildingsthe jail excepted. Grand Haven, it is true, is entirely at one side, or nearly in a corner of the county, but is the great commercial emporium of the county, and doubtless designed by nature to remain so. Around the mouth of the Grand River, within a radius of ten miles, reside about one-third of the population of the county, with a prospective growth that will at least keep pace with the remainder of the county. We have seen that the settlement of the county really began in November, 1834, and that the village of Grand Haven was laid out in the Spring of 1835, and the county machinery put in full operation in April, 1838, and yet the U. S. census of 1840 could find but 208 persons, all told, within the present limits of Ottawa, and about one-half of Muskegon county. The panic, or rather the financial- rottenness of 1836 and '37, which visited the entire Union, fell with especial severity upon frontier communities, and Ottawa county was no exception. It was days of deep distress, and to many brought blighted hopes and financial ruin, and some, who could do so, returned to the older parts of the country, so that it is doubtful if there were as many persons in the county in the spring of 184o a% two years before. Matters now changed rapidly, and by 185~ the county contained 5,587, or more than twenty-five times what it was in 1840. In 1854 it had increased to 7,337, in 186o to 13,127, in 1864 to 15'156, in 1870 to 26,65o; and in 1874 to 29,927--a number that has doubtless been increased to more than 32,000 in this centennial year. STATISTICS, ETC. Manufacturing establishments, and especially for the products of the forest, have ever been a leading feature of the industries and resources of Ottawa County, from the * day * that Butts and Hathaway constructed the first mill in 1836, to the present time. The annual products of its saw mills, stave and heading factory, planing and shingle mills, etc., amount to dnethird of the assessed value of all the real and personal property in the county, and ~fully three times the value of all the grain grown. The following table complied from the latest returns shows the interests involved in the leading saw mills and wood-working establishments of the county. STATISTICAL TABLE.-Showing the number of Saw Mills and Shingle Mills, Stave and Heading and Hoop factories and Planing Mills, and Sash, Door and Blind factories, with aggregate number of hands employed, capital used and products of the same. 7q.0er 2 0,00 8O Townships and Cities. 2r 77 5,~ 67,o J mestown, _..-...-- -- I 45 >5,oo $ 64.000 CO cikery......... --- I.... 5402,ooo 99,8ooo Goratnd....en Ciy- - 8 I 258 555,ooo 22,8ooo Robinson,--.----- 34 33,000 54,ooo Spri-ng Lake,--........... 9 2 509 1,332,5oo 987,000 Tallmage----- 7 7,500 2,000 Zee] and---.------------- 10. 6,000 30,oco Georgetown,_........- 3 1 44 28,ooo 30,000 Total,4.3. 4 4 6 IJ00 2,427,500 2,142,700 The aggregate here for 43 -establishments is shown to be $2,142,700, while all the other manufacturing establishments of the county, 45 in all, including grist mills, foundry and machine shops, tanneries, etc., only produce goods to the amount of $709,800. The following table gives the aggregate value of every kind of article manufactured in the county. STATISTICAL TABLE.-Showing by townships the number of Manufacturing establishments, amount of capital and persons employed, etc. Names of Towns and Cities. No. 0-0 g_. . Blendon,-------- ------------ I 4 $ 1,500 $ 4,500 Che.ster, ------------------ 2 5 7,500 8,1oo Crockery, I--- -------------- 1 22 40,000 72,800 Georgetown------------------ 5 48 43,ooo 58,300 Grand Haven City,------------ 16 416: 639,000 970,000 Holland Tp.---..---- -------_ 6 8o 67,000 I6ooco Holland City,--.. - 10 121 122,000. 218,ooo Jamestown,,----------------- i 5 '5,000 6,000 Olive.----------------- ----.. 5 70 321,000 99,000 Polkton,--------------------- 8 49 38,000 17,000 Robinson,---- ---- ----------- 4 1 Spring Lake,_- -- 20 583 1,390,800 IO76,9oo Talmadge ----. ------- 5 13 19,000 I1,500 Zeeland ------ ----------- 4 21 22,8oo 82,500 Total, 88 1,483 2,745,000 2,852,400'. The following, from official sources, shows, in a convenient form, the relative standing of the several minor divisions of the county, as to population, wealth, etc. Cd 00) ý24.4-j u <0m <LT Taxes for1 876 lci *dtý) rý --% (M ý 4 c)N,),6 6,,6 vý< ( <- Coý \0 M cq CO "o "DýO N "o '- cn O- 0 Lnc nt^c U-)O i-ntViX-mU-) s F*-I M^> r, UDCO - O o0 00 c (i M ý i -. Cý 4 6 I.- ci" iri clýcý is% el 00 4 r TotalValue of Property- _ Value of Personal Property-_ _._ Value of Real Estate_... Avg. Acres in Farms.. Improved Lands..... Acres of Taxable Land Population.__ ON m n I- -. 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The City of Grand Haven, now known so far and wide, was platted as a village forty-one years ago, but in five years the whole population of the county was but two hundred and eighty persons, organized into five townships. The plat bears the name of Rix Robinson, proprietor. Rev. Montague Ferry did the surveying. The infant city had many a tough experience, and made but little haste to expand. In 1851, sixteen years after the commencement, the place was only of sufficient importance to command one mail a week to Grand Rapids, and none in any other direction. By 1858, twentythree vears from its founding, we find it with a little over IIOO inhabitants. It had now become a railroad village, and began to take on airs. In 1867 it was visited by a most destructive fire which laid waste one of the best blocks, and again a similar disaster overtook it in 18-68. These only stimulated to greater exertions and better buildings. In 1867 the village became a city, with Mr. Geo. Parks as first Mayor. The founder of the city, Rev. W. M. Ferry, died in the same year, and was buried with civic honors. It is impracticable to trace, step by step, the growth of the city, and two remarkable villages grouped around the mouth of Grand River, each with a separate life, but bound together by a community of interests. Spring Lake village, almost a city in size, employs in its twenty manufacturing establishments, (mostly lumber) one-half of the capital and more than one-third of the persons employed in manufacturing in the whole county. Ferrysburg monopolizes the iron works, while Grand Haven is the entrepot for the handling and forwarding of a larger amount of grain than any other place of its size perhaps in the United States, SHIPMENT OF GRAIN, ETC. A remarkable feature of the business of Grand Haven is the immense amount of grain, flour, bacon, etc., received here, by steamers and barges and transferred to the cars for shipment eastward via Detroit, to Buffalo and other eastern points. This business is especially active when navigation through the straits of Mackinac is closed. One line of steamers during 1874 delivered at Grand Haven, from Milwaukee, alone, no less than 330,271 barrels of flour and 1,193,286 bushels of wheat, and about 37,ooo bushels of oats, corn and rye, etc. This business required the handling of about a thousand barrels of flour and over three thousand bushels of grain each day in the year. The business, however, has been largely increasing year by year, and in the month of March, 1876, three steamers landed at Grand Haven no less than 57oooo bushels of wheat, and 9o,ooo barrels of flour, besides vast quantities of other freight. This involved the unloading and transferring to the cars of 3,0oo barrels of flour and I9,OOO bushels of wheat per day, or more than two barrels of flour and thirteen bushels of wheat per minute for every minute in the twenty-four hours. The harbor here is capacious and of sufficient depth to accommodate the largest lake craft, and, what is of vast importance, it seldom or never closes. The receipt of such large amounts of grain and other freights as in March, 1876, taxes the carrying capacity of the D. & M. R. R. to its utmost capacity. THE HARBOR, SHIPYARD, ETC. The harbor at this point has been improved by the national government- at no inconsiderable expense, and is regarded as one of the best and easiest of access on the lake. No less than four daily lines of steamers enter this port, while the number of other craft arriving and departing is very great. A shipyard here has on the stocks for construction or repairs quite a number of vessels of large and small size. FISHERIES. There is maintained here one of the most extensive fishing stations in the State-it being second as to the capital invested and the barrels of fish caught. Two steamn tugs and quite a number of small sail boats are constantly employed during the season. White Fish, Pickerel Trout, and Lake Herring, are among the leading varieties caught. The amount taken here amounts to 12,ooo barrels per year. HOTELS. The population of the city, by the last census (June, 1874), was 4,363, which, by this time, has been increased to something more than 5,000. The city contains no less than nine hotels/besides a large number of boarding houses. This is a number that indicates an unusual amount of patronage for a place of its size. Several of these are commodious, first-class houses. The Cutler House has no superior, it is claimed, in the State. It is built of cream-colored brick, five stories high, besides basement, and has a large French plate-glass front--the glass costing about $3,ooo. The building, with furniture, cost over.$. I5, 0,00. Across the street from this hotel is Sheldon's Celebrated Magnetic Mineral Spring and Bottling Establishment-much resorted to by invalids aiid pleasure-seekers during the warm part of the year. This establishment, with its handsome buildings and grounds, with the other attractions in the vicinity, have won for it the title of " The Saratoga of the West." NEWSPAPERS. The first paper published in the county was established by J. W. Barns in 185o. It was a small neat sheet, Democratic in politics, and styled The Grand River Times. For a short time it was removed to Eastmanville, in expectation of its being the county seat. It was afterward returned and its name changed to Grand Haven News. John H. Mitchell is the present editor and proprietor. The next paper, styled the Clarion, was established by Alderman Clubb in 1866, and was Republican in politics, and published with vigor till its editor entered the army at the breaking out of the rebellion. The Unionswas founded by H. C. Ackley in 1862, Republican in politics, and edited by Rev. L. M. S. Smith, for several years. The Grandd /Haven Hcrald was founded by Mr. Clubb upon his return from the army. A company was formed and it was published as a daily fora short time, or as long as the proprietors could afford to lose money by it, when it was sold, and purchased by C. H. Dubois, present successful editor and proprietor. "The Spring Lake Independent has just been removed to Grand Haven, and its politics are changed to Democratic. John G. Lee, proprietor. BUSINESS HOUSES, ETC. The following enumeration of the various places of business will give some idea of the variety and extent of the business of the place: One bank, capital $100,00o"0- 2 bakeries 5 butcher shops; 5 clothing stores; 2 notion stores;:8 dry goods stores ~ 3 millinery establishments; i hat and furnishing goods; 7 boots and shoes ~ 12 grocery stores; 3 queensware; 4 books; 2 furniture; 2 hardware; 2 drug stores and 30 saloons. Besides the e here are many small establishments not enumerated. The churches in the city number eight. The Presbyterian, Episcopalian, Roman Catholic, Unitarian, Dutch Reformed, etc., are among the de r-ýC> 0 Uo C) cr1 *n I cio I -1 0 U-) tn I-0 f-- 0 0s' o, in UroOOO.D - I rý oo I - cn d- o o@ 0 moO c e %N e m I e ' t Ln I ' cq% N c 0 "V in I'z- v oo' C;)' 0" CTn i T 0 in- 6T u; cfn 4t 110 DOoo 00 t^ 00 mn m 0 N O ý-qI'D cqitC q - C.O i-i,CO O -- Cýr-OooO 0 '% C; 06~ noe C i 00- cozv M c incC'oo *t0 mnc cq o r-, m n '- 00 ooo n 6 n4 C7 % C<. i oq r- "c q a, " O ON )n.0 " ~ inmoo mn ON'O (1 IN U - ) CA o %o C '6 n --;) 06 c el ' c<( ~ ~ 1- n 11 cl cql em i I >^. 1;u! G -^ * 8 ýn I24 0 - 1 Et m STATISTICAL TABLE.-Showing the number and kinds of live stock in Ottawa county, by townships, for 1875. S~ Allendale................. 188 79 272 317 297 935 Blendon......----- 129 72 271 206 26o 146 Chester. - -................ 446 lO6 599 751 739 2,456 Crockery-------_- 217 67 291 216 221 I,O50 Grorgetown--... -.......... 377 12o 595 751 493 1,888 Grand Haven--- --- III 22 r153 94 234 II Grand Haven City-..---.-. 93 _- __ 1 18 9 27..... Holland -....----- 377 lO7 818 5o9 161 79 Holland City----.--------- 75 --- 55........... Jamestown---------------.. 417 176 775 673 729 1,157 Olivendae --------------- -- 188 lO3 381 274 404 144 Polkton---------------- 1 43 96 8731 948 534 56 Robinson----------------- 59 42 98 45 89 36 SpringoLake-------------- 127 8 2o. 29 36 1.... Talmadge- -------------. 489 53 55 619 646 2,53 WrighteCy---------- 492 39 559 8o9 555 3,54 Zeeland.-----------------7 544 81,395 1,844 891 879 Plto- Totals..------- 4,757 96 7 7,8783 7,404 6,3164 __ I' ob

Page  XXXVI .,~=............... -.. " - ----- u ---.tmmram'x,.,. xx.xvi H ISTORY OF OTTAWA COUNTY-CONTINUED. nominations represented, but what seems singular is that in a city of this size the Methodist Episcopal church is not represented. A conspicuous land mark is the city High School or Academy building--an imposing structure standing on an eminence. This was erected at an expense of about $hO, OOO. A valuable public library and reading-room is maintained and open to the public on Wednesday and Saturday afternoons of each week. Mrs. L. H. Mitchell, Librarian. MANUFACTURES, ETC. Among the features of interest, and one on which the growth and prosperity of the city must, to some extent, depend, are the following: No. Employees. Capital. Produce. Steam Saw Mills ---------- 8 250 $54,500 $691,000 Planing and turning-I 8 10,00O 20,o000 Agricul tural Implemen s...... 2 29 33,000 25,000 CITY AND COUNTY OFFICERS, ETC. The officers of the city for the centennial'year are as follows: Col. Wm. M. Verry ----------- Mayor J. Vanderveen__--Inspector of Schools. Wm.H. Brown ----------- Treasurer Caspar Harbeck -------Alderman. Orson Vaniderhoof........... Marshal Henry.Rysdorp- i" C. T. P'agelson --------------- justiceI M. C. Fordham.- - - - - - i J.M. Cross ----- Supt. of schools Wmn. S. Nichols_------- " The first county officers were: -Smith ------------Sheriff IC. B. Albee___Treasurer and Register. T. Eastman ----------------- Clerk I Present officers: Arie Waltman -------------- Sheriff M. H. Creager...... Treasurer. A. A. Tracy -- -- -- -- -- - ClerkI Mr. Pe'rlee ---- -- -- -- - Register. The Town Supervisors for the centennial year are: Allendale --------- C. W. Ingraham Holland, Mayor-...J VanLanldegend Blendon._-- ---- I. P. R. Hall Jamestown ------ W. H. Curtis Chester -------W. H. Harrison Polkton ---------J. A. Walter Crock~ery..... Sidney Lawrence Olive_----------All. Stegenga Grand Haven Town-J. Mustenbrock Robinson -------O.A. Whitney S....6 City-__Geo. D. Sanford Talmadge ----........... W. DeW itt it... ___Klaas Brouwer Wright_------- Benj. Lanboch... Mayor_....Win. Ferry Zeeland_--------J. G. Van Hees Holland Town...... W. Dikema Georgetown..... " City ------D. Z. Roller GRAND ý HAVEN TOWNSHIP. This township has a mean width of about four and one-half miles fr'om east to west and an extreme length of about nine miles with the city of Grand Haven occupying the north end of the town. SSETTLEMENT AND ORGANIZATION. Nothing can be said of the settlement of this township as distinct from that of the village of Grand Haven, which was the nucleus for at least all the north-western part of the county. The pioneers of t e city, many of them~ý already named, were the first settlers in what was known as Ottawa township until the year 1863, when it was changed to Grand Have 'n. As Ottawa township was co-extensive with the county (save two congressional towns organized as Talmadge) it was organized in April 1838. Wmn. Hathaway was Supervisor, and the election took place at the house of Nathan Throop. It may be regarded as the parent town from which, by successive pruning, all the other towns have been separated, until it finally gave up its name, and in fact when separated from the city in 1:867, the town dwindled to quite a small affair. The city limits are pDretty extensive- and thie of about 2000 acres that is becoming famous as one of the chocet fr'uit regions, although less than ten years since first selec ed. Here 'some 25 or 30 families have commenced to improve small fruit farms of ten to twenty acres. Mr. Townsend Gidley, the pioneer of the neighborhood, has a farm of over IOOO acres, and several others are making good progress in securing orchards of choice fruits, mostly peaches and small fruits. The growing of fruits as a business is in its infanicy"; still, about $25oo worth were. marketed in 18 73. The productionl of all kinds of grain in 18 73 was abou tI I, OOO bushels. ALLENDALE TOWNSHIP. Allendale, situated Oin the south side of Grand River, is one of the central towns in the county. It is immediately south of Polkton, west of Talmadge, north of Blendon, and east of Robinson township. The town center is about 15 miles south of east from the county seat. It is less than a full township and one of the least important in point of wealth and population. SETTLEMENT AND ORGANIZATION. This town was surveyed in 1832, but we have no account of any person locating in the town prior to Richard Roberts, a native of Wales, who came to St. Clair in, 1837 and trading for some person's claim in Allendale, removed to it in 1842 with wife and hired man, where he constructed a log house long known as the "hbalf-way house," between Grand Haven and Grandville, well remembered by the early traveler. Nathan Throop and ~C. B Albee, finding Mr. Roberts slightly discouraged upon his arrival, proffered him a thousand feet of lumber each, by way of strengthening his purpose, and this lumber followed him on a pole boat in a few days. In this wilderness home Mrs. Roberts did not see a white womnan's face for four months. Mr. and Mrs. R., I ad a daughter, the first in the township, born in the winter of 1843-4. She afterwards married Hon. John Blake. Soon after Mr. Roberts came Mr. Jones, brother-in-law of Roberts, and P. M. at Charleston. This was a "paper village" that flourished in 1845, but has scarcely hal 'f a dozen houses to-day. The town as first organized included towns 5 and 6, and part of 7 in range 14, or all of the range south of the river. In 1849 it included the present town, with Blendon and Zeeland. In 185o the vote for Governor was only 36. In 1851 Zeeland ownship -was separated from Allendale, and three years later Blendon was organized, Il'eaving but a fractional township in lieu of the large original area. The first town meeting was held at the house of Richard Roberts, and Jeremy Stubbs was elected Supervisor. DEVELOPMENT. A very considerable portion of the township was originally clothed with pine, hemlock timber, etc., and the lumbering interest was for a long time the chief one in the town. A considerable portion of its forests was purchased by a lumber company who constructed a cheap railroad for horse or steam power, leading from the river back into the pineries of this and Btendon township, and rapidly exhausted their lands of the best timber. With the failure of the forests other interests received 1-,ore attention, and while there are but about 3,500 acres of improved lands in the township, there are more than 3o, ooo bushels of grain, 7,000 bushels of potatoes, nearly a housand tons of hay, and over $4000 worth of fruit and vegetables produced in the township. The total value of the taxables is estimated at $174,049, an average of about 8229 per capita, the population being 762. HONORABLE MENTION. Giles T. Woodbury was born in Gratten, Tomkins Co., N. Y., in j818, and came to Michigan at the age of twenty-one. In 1853 he moved to Grand Haven and entered into partnership with Mr. C. B. Albee in the tanning business. In 1862 he bought a farm in Allendale in Ottawa County and settled with his family. Mr. Woodbury had an indomitable will and resolute purpose, struggling for the mastery over a disease that only would relinquish its grasj-p in death, which took place August 16, 1867, in the 49th year of his age. BLENDON TOWVNSHIP. This township was surveyed in the year 1833, but for various reasons was not. regarded as a desirable portion of the" county. It lies back from the river, the earliest and most important public highway, and is south of Allendale, west of Georgetown, north of Zeeland andt east of Olive. The centre of the township is about eighteen miles south-east from the county seat..ORGANIZATION, RESOURCES, ETC. This is one of the last and least developed townships in the county. It was not set off from Allendale until 1854, and has to-day but 639 inhabitants. Its chief product so far has been lumber, and a few years since two or three railroads might be seen extending from h river ten or twelve miles into the pineries, and the maps represent the " Blendon Lumber Co." as the owner of a large portion. of the township. It is said that the first locomotive used upon the D. & M. R. R., after becoming superannuated was retired to the " strap-iron " road in Blendon and Allendale townships. T.1he lumber interests are on dhe decline, and there was but one saw mill within the limits of the township n 1874. Some attention is being paid to agricultuie, and there are already about 2500 acres of improved land producing nearly 2o,0oo bushels of grain and 700 tons of hay. There are ioo acres in orchard; there was produced in 1873 over $1,200 worth of orchard and garden products. There are two post-offices, but no business centres in the township. CUESTER TOWNSHIP. The town. of Chester extends its full! length farther north than the general north line of the county, and is thus bounded we~t and north by Muskegon counity, east by Kent county and south by Wright township, Ottawa county. The town centre is about 28 miles north of cast from Grand Haven, and about eighteen miles north-west of Grand RapDids. ing was also used as the firs- church in the town. The town was organized as a part of Talmadge in 1838, and as a part of Wright township in 1847, and was made an independent township in 1848. The first meeting was- ordered by the legislature to be held at the house of John McLane, who was chosen Supervisor; 0. H. Merrick, Clerk and also one of the justices, while. George Irish was made Assessor. There were but nine voters -present. Two. years later the vote for Governor was 53, and Mr. McLane was still Supervisor. SOIL, RESOURCES, ETC. SThis is one of the very best towns in the county, and although exclusively rural and -unaffected by proximity to "corner lots" its farm land rates higher than any other in the county except Wright. For taxation the lands are estimated at $21,07. Some of the highest land in the county is found in Chester township, on the bead waters of Sand Creek and Crockery Creek. The timber is mostly hard wood, beech, maple, and oak prevailing. There are 18,146 acres of taxable land, of which 7,174 acres have been improved. The farms average 81 acres each, and the real estate is valued at $395,097, and the total assessed value is $429,207, or about $3o6 per capita. This township produced in 1873 21,327 bushels of wheat; 24,ooo builhels of corn: and 36,38o bushels of other grain; over 16,ooo bushels of potatoes and more than 2,2o0 tons of hay. It also produced 8,430 lbs. Of wool: 48,255 lbs. of butter; and 45,281 ]bs. of maple sugar; while its orchard and garden products were valued at over $6,ooo. The live stock of the township was shown in 1874 to be horses, 446; oxen lO6; milch cows, 599; other cattle, 751; sheep, 2,456. CIROCKE RY TOWNSHIP. Crockery is one of the northern tier of townships in the county, having Muskegon. county as its northern boundary, Polkton township on the east, Grand River for its outhern boundary and Spring Lake on the west. It is less than a full congressional township, havinig a mean width of about five and a half miles from north to south. The center of the town is about eight miles from the county seat. SETTLEMENT AND ORGANIZATION. So far as we have been able to learn, Mr. Manly Patchern was the first white settler within the present limits of Crockery towiiship, having taken up his residence there in 1836. Charles T. Gibbs came to Grand Ha-Ten in 1837, but did not remove to Crockery until 1844. Win. Hathaway, Jr. and Josephus Hathaway settled within the presen t limits of the town, in 1839. The town of Crockery was first organized in connection. with Spring Lake, as the town of Norton, named in honior of Col. Norton, an early and prominent man, engaged in lumbering at Spring Lake. The firs~t meeting wa held at Norton's in 1845, and be was elected first Supervisor, and Dr. Eastman, Surveyor; Richard M. Mason, Richard Hathaway and C. T. Gibbs were elected Commissioners of Highway, and soon opened the road leading from Spring Lake through the present site of Nunica, to. the east line of the town. The town of Crockery was formed by the division of the town of Norton in 1849, the first meeting being held in the spring of that year at the residence of Wm. Hathaway, who was made the first Supervisor. Mr. Hathaway and Manly Patchen were elected justices of the Peace. Among the officers for 1875-6 are--Supervisor, Sidney Lawrence; Clerk, Edward Barth6'lomew; Treasurer, John Spoon, who has held the position for fifteen or more years; Supt. of Schools, Dr. E. P. VanVelson" justices, N. Spencer and Mr. Wilson. GROWTH, RESOURCES, ETC. A large portion of this township is pine and hemlock lands of the usual quality anid with the usual characteristics; other portions being oak openings or heavily -timbered lands. The lumbering interest, at first the principal one, is giving way, arid agricultural and horticultural pursuits are claiming more attention and meeting with success. Nunica, at t e crossing of the D. M. & C. & M. L. S. R. Rs. is the principal township Centre of the town and is a village of perhaps 300 inhabitants, and was platted by Henry Ernst in 1865. Crockery Creek is said to have been so named from the large amount of broken crockery or earthen ware formerly found along its banks, and the name " Nunica " is said to have been given to the village in commemoration of the same fact, but a friend conversant with the Ottawa language says it is a perversion or corruption of " Menonica," which signifies the clay or earth used by the Indians in the manufacture of their earthen ware. Spoonville, two and a half miles south of Nunica, where the north and south road crosses Grand River, is merely a station, the principal feature of which is a saw mill which cuts about six million fe.et of lumber per annum and is the property of Mr. John Spoon. Oil the premises of Mr. Spoon were three mounds of a very noticeable character, which being recently examined were found to contain, besides a large number of skeletons, a variety of stone and copper implements and earthen ware vases, some of 'them elaborately ornamented. Around these mounds Indian bones and relies are often found so near the surface as to be thrown out by the plow. This township had in 1874, 3,883 acres of i.mnproved lands, and produced the p receding year about -, ooo bushels of wheat; 8,368 bushels of corn and about IO, OOO bushels of other grain; IO,OOO bushels of potatoes; 2,000 tons hay; 4,000 lbs. of wool;- 24,000 lbs. of butter; 7,ooolbs. maple sugar; and something over $5,500o worth of fruit and garden products. The live stock is represented by 217 hoi-ses; 67 oxen; 291 COWS"; 216 other cattle; 221 swine and 1,o5o sheep. Population in 1874, 1124. Value of real and personal property, $248,.231. GEORGETOWN TOWNS-HIP. This township.is in the eastern tier of townships, and the second from the south line of the counity, and lies south of Grand River',which forms its northeastern boundary for nearly five miles, while Kent County is on the east and Jamestown township on the south, with Blendon township west and Talmadge township and Grand River on the north. parties were called upon to fill three or four offices each. Hiram Jenison was made Supervisor; S. L. Loring Clerk;E. I. Bosworth and H. Jenison Swere elected Justices of the Peace. SOIL, PRODUCTS, ETC. Georgetown presents a considerable variety of soil, from the lightest sand to stiffest clays, and in the way of timbers, not a little pine with the choicest hard woods. The taxable acres of the township number 28,000, of which one-fourth are improved, and the whole valued by the assessor at an average of a little more tban$812 per acreThe crops for 1873 were about 15,ooo bushels of wheat": 22,ooo bushels of corn'; and 17,269 of other grain; 10,375 bushels of potatoes"; 2,296 tons. of''hay" 9,424 lbs. of cheese; 5o,ooo lbs. of butter, and 16,620 lbs. of maple sugar, while its live stock was 377 horses; 120 oxen; 595 cows": 751 other cattle; 493 swine, and 2888 sheep. The population of the town was 1464 ill 1874 and the taxable property is estimated at $340,730. The fruit raised in 1872 was worth $3,800. There are no business centres of great importance. Jenisonville has an extensive saw mill and grist mill, two dry goods or general stores, and one hardware store, and is located at the mouth of Rush Creek. jenisonville contains 25 or 30- families, but has never been platted as a village. It is on the C. &M.L.,S.R. R. 'Hudsonville, four miles to the south-west, is a small place with railroad station and post-office', and but few houses. HOLLAND TOWNSHIP. Holland township occupies the south-west corner of the.county and is six miles wide from -north to south and about ten miles long, including town 5 in range 15, and the fractional town 5 in range 16. The town is *bou-nded I PM- ý.Pl I - - -

Page  XXXVII HISTORY OF OTTAWA COUNTY -CONTINUED., xxxvlI on the north by Olive t(wnship: east by Zeeland; south by Allegan county, and we-.t by the great lake, and contains a little more than 37,ooo acres, being a few hundred acres larger than any other civil division of the county. SETTLEMENT, ORGANIZATION, ETC. Holland, as its name would indicate, is especially the homne of Hollanders and their descendants. In 1870 the city and township contained a population numberingy 4,672, of whom 2,334 were foreign born, and doubtless more than 2,`ooo of these were natives of Holland, and about an equal number were their descendants. In the year 1846 the Rev. Abertus C. VanRaalte came as the forerunner of a colony of about 200 Hollanders, and selected this as a suitable site for the colony, wvhich, once formed, received constant accessions from the old country, until they formed rather a compact community in half a dozen townships in the south part of Ottawa and the north part of Allegan counties. These industrious and thrifty people, with their descendants, number perhaps 15,ooo already, although thirty years ago all the territory now occupied-was an unbroken wilderness, with perhaps the single exception of a small Indian village called Red Wing, where there was a Catholic Church and Mission, about one mile from the head of Black Lake. The township of Holland was organized in 1847, the first meeting being ordered to be held at the house of A. C. Van Raalte, but we find that by an act of the legislature it was attached. (for one year) to Ottawa, for reasons we have not been able to discover. Henry D. Post was Town Supervisor in 185o. At the election for Governor in 1852 the total vote numbered 131, indicating a population of 6oo or 700 at least. In 1848 Mr. Henry Griffin, at that time Clerk, at the request of Dominie VanRaalte went down to the south part of the county and took the applications of over 300 Hollanders for naturalization papers, and out of the whole number only six signed their names with an x., SOIL, PRODUCE, ETC.A considerable portion of the land, especially north of Black Lake, is pine and hemlock lands, while to the east and south the land becomes more eleý voted and shows more hard timber and a superior quality of soil. Black Lake near the south side of the town extends something more than half the length of the township, and receives the waters of Black Riv'er at its eastern terminus, and two or three small tributaries from the iiorth. Of the 34,000 acres of taxable lands in the township, over 7,000 1-ave been improved, the farms averaging 53 acres each, which are valued at $384-000. Tlhere was produced in the town in 1873 over M8ooo bushels of wheat; 41,5oo bushels of corn, and 12,5oo bushels of other grain; 13 ooo bu'shels of potatoes; 18,oo tons of bay, and over 5o,ooo lbs. of butter. In the matter of live stock it has 377 horses and mules 10l7 oxen; 818 milch cows; 509 other cattle. HOLLAND CITY* This is the second place of importance in the county, and had a population Of 2,400 and over in 1874, now increased to about 3,000.. Up to the year 1867 the township and village of Holland remained a political unit, but is now incorporated with a full corps of L-ity officer. It was however overtaken with a calamity more dire than that which over-- took Chicago in 1871, when fires that had been raging in the woods for a day or two communicated with the city, and in a ýew hours destroyed -6 business houses and 243 dwellings and a vast amount of personal property, and it was with great difficulty that the lives of the women and- children were save~d. With indomitable energy the stricken inhabitants at once comme 'nced to rebuild, and the new city, risen from the ashes, bears but few marks of the disaster. The city is handsomely located on a plateau about 25 feet above the lake, and is a place of no little commerce. A dozen or more vessels are owned here, and regular lines of steamers ply between Black Lake, Chicago and other important ports. Three railroads centre here and mnatters wear an air lion, and is attended at the present time by about ioo students, including several from Japan. The city boasts of no less thian four newspapers. D~e H-ollander, founded twenty-five years ago by W. Benjamni se, is printed in Dutch. Democratic in politics and seems to be flourishing..De Groundwet, also in the Holland language, and Republican in politics, was founded about sixteen years ago by Hoogensteger and Mulder. De Hope, a religious paper founded about eleven years ago by the College Professors, has a very large circul tdon. Hcollancl City Yews was established in 1.'872 by S. L. Morris. The present proprietor is Mr. G. Van Schelven. This is Republican in politics, is published in English, and seems to be a thriving institution. FRUIT-GROwING. North of Black Lake is a region extending several miles up the shore of Lake Michigan-, destined to become famous as a fruit region. H-on. John Roost and Hon. D. M. Howard are among those already reaping very enScouraging rewards for their labors in growing the peach and grape. Much of Sthe attention bestowed upon fruit raising has been within the last few years, and is just beginning to reap a reward. It is estimated that 20,000 fruit trees were planted, in Holland alone, in 1873-4. The fruit crop for 1873 was valued at $3.500. JAMESTOWN TOWNSHIP. This town lies in the'south-east corner of the county, with the centre of the town a little more than 31 miles southi-east from the county seat. It is bounded on the east and south by Kent and Allegan counties, west by Zeeland township and north by Georgetown. It is without railroad connection. with the outer world, and has no great business centre. SETTLEMENT AND ORGANIZATION. oJamestown was surveyed in 1831; it does not'seemn to have attracted the attention of the pioneer until 1838 or '39 when Mr. James Crankright, a Mr. Fritz ' Mr. Fitch Hill and a Mr. James Brown settled in the township. Mr. S. L. Loring was an early settler, residing in this township while it was a p -o r t i o n o f G e o r g e t o w n. - d w s d s r b d a e n SIn 1849 the town was set off from Georgetown andwsdsrbda en town 5 north, and of range 13 west. The first me ling was held at the house of James Crankright in April. Three years later at an election for Governor only 27 votes were cast. When the last census was taken the town contained I8O6 inhabitants. SOIL, PRODUCTS, ETC. Jamestown ranks among the foremost towns for general farming purposes. Of its 23,339 taxable acres, 8,274 or a little more than one-third, has been improved. The farms average about 61 acres each, and the entire township is assessed at an average of $13.73 per acre, making, with the personal,, a total valuation of $341,314., The timber of the township embraces the usual variety of hard woods, with a small pr-oportion of pine. It can show as large a proportion of good soil perhaps as any town in the county, and tak~es the lead of any other in wheat raising by nearly I,OOO bushels. It produced in 1873, 38,544 bushels of wheat: 36,853 bushels of corn - 30,361 of other grains";I2,597 bushels of potatoes"; 69,145 lbs. of butter, and 43,379 lbs. of miaple sugar. Its live sto k is represented by 417 horses"; I76 oxen; 775 cows": 673 other cattle; 729 hogs, and 1 157 sheep. The township has no village of consequence, but maintains its present rank simply by its natural attr 'activeness and fertility. It has about 450 acres of orchard, yielding an annual return of about $5.ooo. It has but one manufacturing estab!i.bhient and a saw mill in its limits. OLIVE TOWNSHIP, Olive is next to the largest towAnship in the county, containing, as it does, within a few acres of the same area as Holland. It is six miles from north to south, and ten from ea.s.t to west. It lies immediately south of Grand Haven, west of Blendon. north of Holland, and has the great lake on tile west, while the town centre is about twelve miles from the county seat. SSETTLEMENT, ORGANIZATION, ETC. The west part of Olive was surveyed in 1831, and the eastern portion in 1837, but there was but little demand for its broad acres until a late day. It was set off fr-om. Ottawa township in. I857, and the first meeting was ordered at the house of Win. J. Bakker, and Thomas B. Eastway and Samuel Parker were inspectors. This was by order of the Board of Supervisors, after the Legislature had empowered that body to establish and change towns. SOIL, PRODUCTS, ETC. There is perhaps a larger portion of what is known as hemlock lands in Olive than any other township in the county. It is mostly west of the ancient lake beach, and very little of the township is so much as twenty feet above the pilesent level of Lake Michigan. From the prevalence of sand one is apt to receive the impression that the -most of the township is poor land, but that which voluntarily clothes itself with a heavy coating of vegetation of any kind must have elements of fertility that it is. the province of the agriculturalist to utilize. There is a large area of marsh or swamp lands clothed w th cranberry and whortleberry vines or bushes from which many hundred dollars worth of valuable fruits are annually sold. Between Black Lake in Holland township and the mouth of Pigeon river, known as Port Sheldon, the sand ridges are not generally so high, and we find some of the best peach lands in the county. Maple and beech timber is interspersed with the hemlock.' In the south part of Olive and north par~t of tHolland township is a neighborhood known as Ventura, founded about the year 186o, and devoted mainly to the development of the fruit interest. These 1ce 0 pnA0ýtrovetonbe welladapted:if- n qualr%-1fx7 ityadsituationn t raps ndpec POLKTON TOWNSHIP. This town is number eight north of range fourteen west, and lies on the north side of Grand River, with Wright township on the east, and Crockery township on the west, and Muskegon county on the north. Cooperville, its principal village aind business Centre, is about fifteen miles due east from Grand Haven. SETTLEMENT AND ORGANIZATION. Among the earliest settlers in Polkton township were Dr. Scranton and I. V. Hopkins; Hopkins settling at or near Scranton (afterward called Eastmanville) about the year 1835. John Simons and John Crockmore were also very early settlers. When first organized the town inicluded all of range fourteen from the south line of the county to the present north line, or its present area, together with Allendale, Blendon, and Zeeland. The first town meeting was held at the house of Timothy Eastman on the first Monday in April, 1845. Eastman was made Moderator', and Paschal Maxfield, Clerk, with Davis Stanton, Ephraim Parsons, and Charles A. -Wiley, inspectors. Eastman qualified these officers, _protem., by administering them an oath, and then Maxfield qualified Eastman by administering the same to him. The meeting then adjourned to a school-house near by and proceeded to the election of Assessors and Constables, and, as the icecords aver, they closed the polls and the meeting "proceeded to transact the other business proper to be transacted at the meeting before the canvass of the ballots given for officers elected by ballot, and determined to elect the other officers viva voce." It was then voted to raise $ioo for town expenses. Twenty-one votes were cast. The officers elected were" Supervisor.... Timothy Eastman justice.......R obert F. Tracy Clerk -John Hopkins " _...... Paschal Maxfield Treasurer --------- Paschal Maxfield i, Timothy Eastman justice -------- Benj. Hopkins David Stanton, Stephen Morse, and Ephraim Parsons were among the candidates during that exciting canvass. At the next meeting it was resolved to rais-e by taxation " all the law permnits," and second, "in addition to what the law othierwise allows," $5o for a town library. At this election twenty-eight votes were cast, and among the names participating were Warner and Jeremy S. Streeter, Justus Stiles, John Averill, Isaac Morse, S. Jackson, Isaiah Lawton, Paul Averill, and others.. The north part of the township had originally been a portion of Talmadge, and soon parted with all of its domain south of the river. The parties interested in the organization were careful to stipulate that all moneys raised for road purposes north of the river should be expended on the north side, where the movers had a pet road leading east and west. COOPERVIILLE, This is the principal business centre, and is a thriv;ng village in the east part of the town on the D. & M. R. R. It has about 5oo inhabi tants, and was in~corporated in 1871. It contains 3 dry goods and general stores, 2 grocery and drug stores, i drug store, I hardware, 2 harness and 3 shoe shops, 4 smith and 2 wagon shops, 2 hotels, i tannery, I spoke factory, I grist and I saw mill. The Episcopalians, Methodist Episcopal, and Free Methodists have each a church, and there is a good graded school maintained. A nespapr, te Coerville Comrier, was folinded by Hi. Potts in 1875. DENNISON Is a small place three miles west, on the railroad, with a half-dozen houses, a station, post-office, and one store and a steam saw mill. EASTMANVILLE, Situated on the river about three miles south from Cooperville, was originally known as Scran~ton, but figured quite largely about the year 1855 to 18bo as the prospective county seat. At one time it received thirteen votes in the Board, to three for Grand Haven and three for Ottawa Centre. The only paper published in the county was removed from Grand Haven to Eastmanville. The village now contains some twenty-five 'or thirty families, a graded school and two churches, one general and one drug store. SOIL, PRODUCTS, ETC. About one-fourth or one-fifth of the township is pine or hemlock lands, and the remainder hard woods or heavy timber. The soil in much of the town is first-class, and the town makes a very fair showing, agriculturally. Its wheat crop for 1873 was 12,265 bushels; corn, 30,372 bushels; other grain, 92,275~; potatoes, 25,307; hay, 4,010 tons; cheese, 1,300 pounds; butter, 92,275 pounds; maple sugar, 29,995 pounds. In the matter of oats, barley, rye, etc., classed as " other grain," it produces more than twice as much as any other township, fifty per cent more potatoes, twenty-five per cent. more hay, and fifty per cent. more butter than any other except Zeeland. Its real estate is averaged at $20.12 per acre, and aggregates, with the personal, more than half a mill-Lon dollars. The population was 2,267 in 1874. HONORABLE MENTION. A. C. Ellis was born at Springfield, Vt., January 23d, 1304. His father, Isaac Ellis, removed, with his family, to St. Lawrence Co., N. Y., in 1807. At the age of twenty Mr. Ellis, together with his brother, purchased one hundred acres of land in a, other part of the county.- October27th, 1825, he married Selenda W. Simmons, and had three children, none of whom are living. In 1837 Mr. Ellis moved to Chicago, Illinois. He was employed while there in overseeing the clearing up and improving the grounds on the south side. His wife's health failing, he returned to New York State in 1839, she dying soon after his return. He married Jane G. Chadwick, January 2d, 1840. Removed to Harrisville, Lewis County, N. Y., in 185o, owned and operated a SETTLEMENT, ORGANIZATION, ETC. John and Ira Robinson settled here while Luke and Rodney Robinson settled just in the edge of Allendale, in 1836. Ira is still a resident, and Alfred, a son of John, makes the town his home, while Luke and Rodney removed to the vicinity of Lowell, Kent county, in a short time. Grosvenor Reed, John Barnard, Chas. H. Clark, Oliver Whitney, and Hiram Robinson took an active part in the organization and development of the town. Warren city, in Robinson, 'Was "a paper town" when the Commissioners to locate the county seat determined upon it as the spot. At the time it contained but.two log houses, which have only increased to half a dozen in thirty years. Robinson is the most thinly-settled town in the county, having a population numbering 528, or about fourteen per square mile. SOIL, PRODUCTS, ETC. The soil of Robinson is lar'gely that known as hemlock' lands; much of it flat and thin, with a large proportion of marsh. There is less than one acre out of twenty-five brought into cultivation.,'I he lands are assessed at about $4 per acre for taxable purposes, and the whole property, personal and real, amounts to a fraction less than $IOO, OOO. There is, doubtless, a large portion of the town as wel. ada~pted to fruit-raising as many other localities highly esteemed, but fruit-growing is in its infancy-only about one hundred and eighty acres being devoted to it. The total value of fruits and vegetables is about $3,ooo. The grain raised in 1854 amounted to about 5,ooo bushels of all kinds. A bed of mineral paint, six to twelve inches thick, is found in an extensive marsh. It has much the appearance of yellow ocher, but turns a bright red upon being heated. It is esteemed by some of considerable economic value. Robinson village, which, three years ago, was entirely in the wilderness, is the business centre of the township. Some fifty or sixty families located there, many of them being engaged in the lumbering business. A saw mill was erected, and a s "tave. and heading fact~ory and a shingle mill. These mills give employment to more than fifty persons, and are thus the means of support for nearly one-half of the population of the township.

Page  XXXVIII -MEN= XXXvIII HISTORY OF OTTAWA COUNTY-CONCLUDED. I HISTORY OF SPRING LAKE TOWNSHIP. The township of Spring Lake is the north-western portion of Ottawa county, and has Muskegon county for its northern boundary, Crockery township on the east, Grand River on the south, and the great lake on the west. It is about six miles in length from east to west, and has an average breadth of about three miles. It is cut in two by Spring Lake, a fine sheet of water about six miles in length, and has also within its limits two or three important arms or bayous. It has thus shore lines aggregating about twenty-five miles. It embraces a larger water surface than any other township, and but little more than half as much taxable land as the next smallest township, and considerably less than one-third as much as two of the larger civil divisions of the county. SETTLEMENT, ORGANIZATION, ETC. Spring Lake township, as a part of the old town of Norton, was early settled,. and early organized but it was set off as a separate township in 1849, and the original name taken away probably for a slight grudge some one entertained toward Col. Norton, a pioneer, and one of the most active men in early times. Mr. Barber was one of the pioneers, and the first town meeting was held at Amos Norton's, the second was held at the first school-house, known as the Barber school-house, April 2d, 1849. LeMoyne S. Smith was Moderator; Augustus Stall and Wm. M. Ferry, jr., were Inspectors; Vincent Ihopkins was Clerk. The election resulted in electing Silas C. Hopkins, Supervisor; Mordecai L. Hopkins, Cleik; L. M. S. Smith, Treasurer.; Geo. G. Lovell, Geo. S. Miller, and Jedediah Brown, Justices. P. P. Cady, H. N. Hopkins, John Newcomb, Apollos Griswold and Shirley Hammond, were among the others participating in that first town meeting. One hundred dollars was voted for town expenses and fifty dollars for a library. During this year the treasurers of Crockery, Spring Lake and Ravenna townships (the latter now a portion of Muskegon) met for the adjustment of, or division of, the school fund of the old township. The funds were divided thus: Spring Lake-----------------------------..-.----$114.42 Ravenna------------------------------------- ----- 20.63 "Crockery--------..----------- -------- -------- ----29.45 Showing.very conclusively that the little community around Spring Lake was of much more importance than either of the other townships. In 1852 at an election for Governor, this small township cast one hundred and twenty votes, or within fifteen votes of the number cast by Ottawa-now Grand Haven township. SPRING LAKE VILLAGE. This thriving village was platted as Mill Point in 1849, by T. W. White and S. C. Hopkins. Two years later it had three hundred and seventy-one inhabitants, a d this number had only increased to three hundred and eightyeight in 1858-a gain of seventeen in seven years. Soon after this, however, the development of fruit-growing added to the wealth and importance of the village and township, as over one-half of all the improved land of the township in 1874 was devoted to fruit-raising. Lumbering however, although now on the wane, has had not a little to do with the growth and development of the township and village. In 1874 there were nine sawmills in the township, and some of them among the largest on Grand River. There were also two planing mills and sash and door factories. These latter and six of the saw mills were in the village, and gave employment to about fifty persons. The village is picturesquely situated on a peninsula lying between the lake and river. The business interests of the place other than the lumber are re resented in part by 2 drug stores, 2 general stores, 3 groceries, 2 hardware, 2 furni. ture, I feed store, 2 butcher shops, I printing office, 3 hotels, I livery stable, wagon and-smith shops, 5 churches, belonging to the Methodist, Presbyterian, Baptist, Dutch Reformed, and Roman Catholic denominations. The principal hotel building is an extensive one which cost about $75,000. The population in 1874 numberid 1,8oo, and a newspaper, the Spring Lake Independent, founded by John L. Lee, has been sustained here since 1869. The lake is regarded as a fine place for boating, fishing and pic-nic parties, and is noted for the crystal clearness of its waters and delightful scenery. FERRYSBURG. This village was platted in 1857 by the Ferry Brothers, and lies on the west side of the outlet of Spring Lake and north of Grand River, which Srparates it from Grand Haven. It has a population of about five hundred, largely employed in manufacturing-one of the chief features of the place being its foundry and machine shop, and its boiler and steam engine factory. Besides these it has a large saw mill,,nd is altogether a very stirring place. FRUIT-RAISING. The fruit culture in this township, to which reference has already been made, more than trebles in value any other township of the county. The terrible destruction of fruit trees, especially the peach, a fewyears since, ha> had a very depressing effect upon the interest, which it may not fully recover from for many years. Among the most noted orchards of the vicinity of Spring Lake are those of W. G. Sinclair, Charles E. Soule, H. G. Smith, Cutter & Savidge, George Seagrove, Thomas Petty, and Ambrose and James Soule. Of course there are many others. The impioved lands in the township amount to 1,478 acres, of which onehalf was devoted to fruit culture in 1874, as follows: Apples, peaches, pears, plums, and cherries, 581; vineyards, 71; raspberries, 29; strawberries, 1o; currants and gooseberries, 3; melons and garden vegetables, 12 acres. The market value of these fruits in 1872 uas $22,288, and in 1873, $19,953, and when we cons.der that the business was comparatively in its infancy, at least so far as many of the orchards were concerned, this is rather a remarkable result. TAILMADGE TOWNSHIP. This important township is on the north side of Grand River and in the eastern tier of townships; on the north of it is Wright township, east is Kent county, on the south of it the Grand River separating it from Georgetown. The river also bounds on the west or south-west except for about one mile, which juts up against Polkton township. The area of the town is a trifle less than 36 square miles, but its number of acres in cultivation surpasses that of any other town save Zeeland. SETTLEMENT, ORGANIZATION, ETC. T. B. Woodberry is reported to have settled in this township in 1835, while Allen Stoddard, A. D. Yeomans,' I. V. Harris, J. H. Maxfield, Daniel Angel and perhaps a very few others came in in 1836, and Bethuel Church, Silas G. Harris, E. Dalton, Abraham Hatch, Jonathan Baxter and Harrison Hunter came in 1837. The first meeting was held at the house of Allen Stoddard, April 2, 1838. At this meeting Bethuel Church acted as moderator and I. V.: Harris, now of Grand Haven, was Clerk pro. tem. The election resulted thus:-Supervisor, Bethuel Church; Clerk, I. V. Harris; Justices, A. D. Yoemans, Abram Hatch, Silas G. Harris, J. H. Maxfield; Collector, Edward Dalton; Highway Commissioners: Danl. Angel, Abraham Hatch, Allen Stoddard. The total funds. received during the first year was $26.24. This was one of the original township set up when the county was organized, December 29, 1837. The three Supervisors elected were Bethuel Church for Talmadge; Erastus Wilcox for Muskegon township, and Wm Hathaway for Ottawa township. At a meeting of the board in October it was resolved to levy a tax of $48.50 on Talmadge for township and county purposes; $59.09 on Muskegon, and $631.34 for similar purposes on Ottawa, which is a pretty good index of the relative importance of these three divisions. At first Talmadge included Wright township, but before the end of the year what is now Allendale and Polkton were added to it, and so continued for several years, SOIL AND PRODUCTS. This is esteemed one of the best townships in the county; 9,316 acres of its domain are under cultivation. Clay soils or sandy loam prevail. There is a small amount of pine, but hard woods, beach, maple, oak, etc., abound. The average size of a farm is 95 acres, and the average assessed value of the town is $20.14. The wheat crop for 1873 was 23,657 bushels; corn 48,406 bushels other grain 35,567 bushels; potat es 15,111 bushels. There wa, also produced 28,ooo000 lbs. of butter and 24,000 pounds of maple sugar. LAMONT. The only village of consequence was platted in 1856 by H. & Z. Steel. It is finely situated, principally upon one street parallel with, and about 50 feet above the Grand River, and is undoubtedly the most handsomely situated village in the county. The location of the railroad a few miles north of it had the effect to retard its progress. It has two churches, two general stores, a saw mill, and sash and door factory. There is a bridge at this point across the river. Populati n about 460. HISTORY OF WRIGHT TOWNSHIP. Wright township is one of the eastern tier of townships, and is bounded on the north by Chester township, east by Kent county, south by Talmadge and west by Polkton. Its business centre is on the D. & M. R. R., 21 miles due east of Grand Haven. It is a full Congressional township. SETTLEMENT AND ORGANIZATION. Two townships of the eastern tier in the county being 7 and 8 of range 13 west, were organized as the town of Talmadge in the'year 1838. This included the present town of Wright until the year 1847, when by act of the legislature it became a separate organization. The first town meeting was held at the house of Charles Roberts. Upon theformation of Wright, Town 9, now Chewter, was added to it, and so continued for one year. Among those making their homes in the township at an early day were Sylvius Waters, John McLain, Leonard and Charles Roberts, Edson Fuller, Chas. Dunning, Wm. P. Wells, I'erley Lawton, Ireneus Wellman, Jason Parmentef, John Wasson, Chas. Buck, Benj. Lillie, Edward Streeter, W. J. Lilliebridge, Orren McClear, A. I. Clayton, H. C. McDearmon, W. W. Averill, Edward N. Pierce, Alfred Monroe and James F. Cady. Several of these came in as early as 1838 or '39, and all we believe prior to 1845. At the first town meeting after being set off from Talmadge, 32 votes were cast. $15o was voted for town expenses and to buy books, and $200 was voted as a highway fund. At the first meeting Win. P. Wells acted as moderator. Perley Lawton, Clerk, and Sylvius Waters and Edson Fuller as inspectors. Thle officers elected were:-Supervisor, Sylvius Waters; Clerk,.Ireneus Wellman; Justices, Edson Fuller, John McLain, Chas. Dunning. SOIL, TIMBER, PRODUCTS, ETC. This is one of the best townships of Ottawa county, and is for the most part a gently undulating plain, originally clothed with beech, maple, ash and other hard woods. The soil is mostly a rich clay or loam, inclining to be sandy in some portions, and eminently fitted for general farming purposes. The town is watered by Sand Creek and its tributaries, which furnish sufficient motive power for one good mill. In the matter of live stock Wright is well up in the list, showing 544 mules and horses; 39 work oxen; 559 milch cows; 809 other cattle; 555 head of swine, and 3,584 head of sheep, in which particular it is ahead of all other townships in the county. The principal productions for the year 1873 were 26,10O6 bushels of wheat; 25,987 bushels of corn; 43,4oo00 bushels of other grain;.11,530 bushels -of potatoes; 2,298 tons of hay; 13,356 lbs. of wool; 28,609 lbs. of butter, an 37,150 lbs. of maple sugar. VILLAGES, POPULATION, ETC. Berlia, the only village and principal business point in th: town, is situated on the D. & M. R. R., in the south-east part of the town. It was laid out in i857 and has now near 400 inhabitants. It is the voting precinct of the town and contains a Methodist and a Baptist Church, one general, one drug, two grocery, one millinery and two hardware stores; one harness, one wagon and three smith shops, a woolen and grist mill. SThe population of the town was 521 in 185o, 1518 in 186o, and 2,064 in 1874. Wright contains about 22,6oo00 acres of land, 8,400 of which have been improved, but the 'entire area of the township is valued at a little more than $24 per acre for purposes of taxation, a higher average than any other town in the county. ZEELAND TOWNSHIP. Zeeland is one of the southern townships of Ottawa county, and has Blendon township on the north, Jamestown on the east, Allegan county on the south and Holland township on the west. The town centre is about 26 miles from the county seat. SETTLEMENT, ORGANIZATION, ETC. This township was settled by a portion of the Holland colony at the same time as the settlement of the town west of it. These colonists were under the spiritual oversight of Domine Yipma, as Holland was under VanRaalte and those living in Jamestown were formerly under the guidance of Dominie Van Der Mulen. Zeeland was organized in 1851 by taking for that purpose a portion of Holland township. In 1852 the vote of the town, but one year old, was 141, a larger vote than was given by any other division of the county. The first town meeting was held at the church in the village of Zeeland. VILLAGES. Zeeland was platted as a village in 1849 and incorporated in 1875. It contains about 500 inhabitants, two churches, the Reformed and True Reformed. There are in the village, five general and two grocery stores, one drug, one hardware and two boot and shoe stores, two furniture stores, one clothing store, one book store, a butcher, wagon and smith shop, two hotels, one tannery, two planing mills, one saw mill, one cooper shop and an extensive merchant flouring mill. Zeeland is situated near the west line of the township, on the C. & M. L. S. R.R. Vriesland, a small village on the same road; near the north-east corner of the town, contains two stores, two churches, a wagon and smith shop, with perhaps 15o inhabitants. Drent, also in the same town, south-east from Zeeland, is a small place with two general stores, one hardware store, smith shop, two churches, etc. SOIL, PRODUCTS, ETC. There is a great variety of soil in the township, but a large portion of it is very fertile. Some portions are very wet, but a people who could drain Haarlaem Lake, or the Zuyder Zee in the old country, can have but little difficulty in such a town as Zeeland, and portions originally too wet for culture, soon become the most fertile., Already nearly two-thirds of the town has been improved, and it stands first in the production of corn, pork and butter; second in wheat and p( latoes. The population numbered 2,576 in 1874, or about 71 per square mile, and the real estate is valued for taxation at $20.96 per acre on an average. The real estate is valued at $483,912, and real and personal at $550.307. I

Page  XXXIX wT T un fi nce Otta a Co ty CIFC GRAND HAVEN CITY AND TOWNSHIP. HOLLAND TOWNSHIP-Co( SetNAME. POST-OFFICE. BUSINESS. NATIVITY. tied NAME. POST-OFFICE. g BUSINESS. CIn I. C'.. Cn vcluded. SetNATIVITY. led I -. n ______________IF,_______ IjII in uj Adsit, Allen C.-------- Angel, Wm. N. -------- Akeley & Stewart ------. Adams, Jos. M. -------- Barns, James---------- Behm, F.-----------.Bradehoeft, L..... Behm, John --------. Broeoker, John -------- Bauer, H.------------- Bardin, Wm. ---------- Barton, B. H.---------- Baxter, E.------------ Busby, John----------- Blair, E. D.----------- Brouwer, Klaas ---.----- Chellis, Howard------- Collins, Chas. F.... Conger, D. B..... Cutler, D.------------- Consaul, I. V.--.. Creager, M. H. ------ DeBoe, Jacob --------- DuBois, C. H.-------- Darby, George--------- Duncan, R. W. --.---- Eamres & Case.--------- Edwards, Jos.--------- Ferry, Win. M. -------- Ferry & Bro. ---------- Firlmann, W.-.... Gerard, Charles -------- Harris, Geo. W. -------- Harris, Cyrus --------- Harris, A.------------- Harris, I. V...----. Hunton D. F.---- Hopkins, John W.----- "Johnston, John -------- Kraal, Enne----------- Ladewig, Chas..... Lewis, Jas.----------- Lowing, Stephen S. ---- Leggat, J. A.---------- Miller, Daniel F. -------. McLean, Wm.--------- Mitchell, John H.------ Murphy, Henry ------- Mastenbroek, John. - - Mihlemann, John --. Markmann, Chris.-.. Noordhuis, C.--------- O'Connel, D. ---------- Persee, Win. T.---- Parsons, E. G.--------- Parker, John ---------- Pfaff, Chas.J.---------- Ruch, Kasper... Reynolds, Asa--------- Richards, John-------- Stubman, L -----..........-- Stearns Bros.--------- Sanford, Geo. D.- --- Schmidt, Wilhelm----- Sprok, H.------------- Squier, Heber --------- Sullivan, Jas. J;... Seafield, Sidney -.----- Saul, H enry.......... Sheldon, W. C..------- Sherman, W. G........ Soule, Chas. E......... Trevett, Samuel S....-,Thidemann, Wmi..----- Tate, S. L............. Tracy, A. A. -_-----. -- Vanderhoef, Orson..... Van Aalsburg & Co.-.-- Van Drezer, L.,--... Wallace, Wmi.......... Wenger, Freak -------, Wheeler, R. D......... Wheeler, Albert --.. Woltman, Arie- - Wyman, Buswell & Co. - Young, J. A..........----- Grand Haven -- Grand Haven-__ West Olive------ Grand Haven__ it <i S(ii 3 2 3 i 2 I' 2 3 I 26 It 16 15 35 33 27 28 34 21 28:5 Prosecuting Attorney Attorney and Justice of the Peace-- Attorneys at Law---------------- Farmer ------------------------- Furniture Store............... ------------------ 5 Farmer-------------------------- Farmer ----------.. - ------- 5 Farmer ------------------------- 5 Farmer-------------------------- Minister------------------------ Beer Hall- -.---.......--- ------ Attorney at Law and C. C. Com'r.-- Attorney at Law ----------------- Boot and Shoe Store............ -------------- Abstracts and Real Estate Dealer-- Lumberman ------------------. 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Cutler House & Kirby House Attorney -------- ------------- Farmer- --------...------------- Beer Hall------------------- Probate Judge ----------------- County Clerk ----------------- City Marshal- - --------------- Beer Hall......-------- Proprietor City Hotel ----------- Tobacco Store ----------------- Farmer---------------------- Farmer- ---------------------.. Farmer- - - - - - - - Sheriff..................... Lumbermen Proprietor Washington House-- New York ---------- New York ---------- Pennsylvania ---------- Vermont ----. --.. Germany.....-------------- Germany.....-------------- Germany ------.------ Germany ------.------ Germany -------------- Canada -------------- Michigan ------------- Vermont...------------ Ireland --------------- New York -.-.-------- Holland -------------- New York----------- England............ -------------- New York ---.-------- Massachusetts---..---- New York ---- -------- O hio....... Holland, Europe.------- England ------------- Vermont -------------- Scotland-------- -. Michigan.-- -------- Michigan ------------- Germany -------------- Illinois ---------.............-- Kalamazoo Co., Mich.Ohio-------------- Paw Paw, Mich. ------- 'New York -----------. New Hampshire__ ------ Rhode Island ---------- Massachusetts........ Holland -------------- Germany---.-------- New York -----.------ New York ------------... Scotland -------------- Michigan ------.... New Brunswick ------ New York ------------ Canada --------------- Netherlands --.------- Switzerland ----------- Germany ------------- Netherlands ----------- Ireland--------------- New York ----------- New York ------------ Ohio -------------...............--- Germany -------------- Switzerland ----------- New York..-----........--- Germany ------------- Ohio ---.------------- Germany.-------.----- Germany -.---------- New York ------------ New York -------.----- New York ---__.. Germ any-----------.. - Vermont.............. Maryland ------------. Ohio................. St. Lawrence Co., N. Y.. Germany.............. England.......... Ohio................. O hio -....,........ Netherlands........... O hio ----.-------... -- Canada........... Switzerland........ Canada...... Canada...... Holland.... Ireland------------- I i866 1843 1870 1876 1845 1868 1867 1844 1864 1875 i866 1873 1867 1859 1865 1855 1868 1856 1871 1850 1867 1856 1847 1874 1873 1851 1872 1834 1837 1868 1869 1866 1866 1862 1837 1867 1836 1868 1855 1863 1871 1836 1856 1840 1869 1867 1876 1853 1866 1864 1850o 1849 1844 1872 i866 1849 1866 1865 185o 1874 1873 1859 1866 1871 185o 1869 1856 1854 1864 1872 1868 1872 1870 1870 1847 1865 1856 1843 1847 1872 1873 1873 1852 1846 3 f 5| '3 4 3 Broek, John---------... Brouwer, Jan......... -- Chaffee, L. M.--... Chapman, W. Cornford, J.------- Chapman, F. M. ------- Crofoot, M. D..... Cappon,I.---------- Coutier, Felix-------- Diekema, W. DeFeyter Bros. -------- DeHaan, John -----..DeVries, John-------.-. DeVries, U.----------- DeVries, D.--------- Dykema, T. ---------- Fairbanks, Isaac ------- Fournier, J. A.-.-. Faut, J. T.------------ Frick, Edward --------. Grootenhuis, B.... Hesselink, G. J..... Hillebrands, A. J.------ Haar, Avander -------- Heald, R. K..... Huntley, James --... Higgins, Jas. E. ------- Huntley, Alfred ------- Howard, M. D. ---- Joscelyn, G. W.Joslin, D. N.---------. Jacobs, John.... Johnson, Chas. --------- Jonker, D. Kanters, R.----------- Klooster, F............ Keppel, T. ------------ Lahuis, Kasper ----- Lievnse, Wm --.----.Lubbers, Roelof.. McVicar, J. -...... Miedema, D --------.Meengs, D. B........--------- Manting, H.--------- Middelhoek, P.---- Minderhout, J. W. ----- Meyer, H. & Co.----- Noordewier, Rev. J.--.. Nibbelink, J. H. -----.Nyland, G. J.---------- Ort, T. J..-.... Ogden, C. C...... Ogden, Nelson W. ----- O'Connell, M.-------- Otto, G.------------ Pieters, R.------------ Phelps, P............. Post, Henry D..... Panels, VanPutten & Co.Plaggerman, H. J.--- Pfanstiehl, A. A.-----. Pessink & Bro.-------- Rider, J.-- ------- Roundy, Levi --------- Roundy, R. A..... Retan, J. H.---------- Schoutau, R. A.-.-_ Schreur, J. -T. Stegink, J. H.-------.. Slayter, D.---------- TenHave, J.---------.1 TenHagen, W..---..--- J Uiterwyk, H........... VanLandegend & Melis_ VanPutten, J..--------- VandenBerge, Jas. ----. VanEss, B.---------... ] VanDuren, G. J.------- ] VandenBeldt, H. ---.-- VanRaalte, B.......... VanRaalte, D. B. K..-- VanDam, J.--------- VanDyk, J., Sr.--.. VanPutten, Wm....---- Verwey, H. ------- Veeneklasen, B. J. - 2 Verbeek, Wm.-------. Visscher, Arend - --- VanArendonk, H....--- ] Wakker, W.---.-----. ] Wiggins, J. Welton & Akeley.----- Welsh, Heber--------- Wheeler, W. L. -.--. Wissink, G. H. ------ Westveld, R.- ---- Zalsman, P. I- ] Zeeland.--------- New Holland... Holland -------- 6 5 11 Ventura,-----.--- New Holland ---- Holland _... New Groningen-- Holland -------- Ventura ------- Holland...... Zeeland- ------- Ventura--------- Holland -------- Zelad........ Ct it it Zeeland--------- Holland --------- it Teelandan--------- Holland -------- NSew. Holland- - - - Holland ----- it ^eeland-------- Holland ---, New Holland. -,\ Holland -------- Se ln - - -- - Holn"'"" I Pastor------------ --------- - 3 Farmer....---- --- ---- ----------- S16 Farmer------------------------ - 22 Farmer ------- - -- --- 22 Farmer---------------..---- S21 Farmer and Carpenter S22 Farmer - -------- ---- Tanner and Currier-------------- Farmer----------------------- 31 Supervisor and Farmer ------...........S14 Mfrs. Lumber and Long Timber.. - - S36 Farmer_-------------------- -.. S23 Saw Mill and Lumber Dealer -.- ---- Mfr. & Dlr. in Harness, Trunks, etc. General Grocer ------------- 7 Lumbering and Farming -------- Farmer ----------------------- 4 Pastor Presbyterian Church ----- 4 Lumbering -------- ------- Store Clerk ------------------- Farmer and Painter --------- 34 Farmer------------------------ 23 Postmaster and Notary Public------ 28 Farmer-------------------- -- Mfr. and Dealer in Agr'l Implements Builder_ Grain and Produce Dealer ------.-- Engineer---------- ------ Land, Insurance & Commission Agt. 4 Farmer--------- ------ -- 3Farmer_-------- ------- Blacksmith - - - ---- - -- 31 Carpenter and Joiner-----.-----. 28 Farmer and Shoemaker ----------- Dealer in Staves, Wood and Bark__ Mfr. and Dealer in Domestic Wines_ Dl.r in Lumber, Lath, Salt & Plaster 14 Farmer.---------.------------. Farmer ------------------------ Farmer------------------- Proprietor Phoenix House 27 Farmer------------------------- Schouten & Meengs, Druggists) --- 31 Farmer--------------..---------- 27.Faruier-.......................... Hotel Proprietor ----------------- General Furniture and Coffins... Clergyman------------------- --- Livery ---------------.--.------- 311 Carpenter and Joiner------------ Attorney at Law ----.------.--- t6 Farmer and Cooper-------------- 16 Farmer and Cooper--------------- Agent Michigan & Lake Shore R. R. 1o School Teacher --------- ------- Pastor First Reformed Church - ---- President Hope College------- Law & Coll.Ag'cy, Notary & U.S.Com.I Flour and Saw Mills ----.---..----- 24 Farmer_----------------------- I Iin Uo. I I I I I I I I I a p I' I p Netherlands----------- 1847 Netherlands----------- 1855 Vermont------------- 1870 Michigan ------------- 1868 England --------------1863 Michigan ----------- --1873 New York ------------1859 Netherlands----------- 1848 Canada-------------- 1859 Netherlands---..-------- 1848 Netherlands----------- 1847 Michigan -------------1852 Holland --------------1847 Netherlands..--..- 1848 Netherlands----------- 1858 Netherlands----------- 1854 Mlassachusetts---------. 1876 uanada -------------- 1875 England------------ 1872 Netherlands----------- 186o Holland ------------ 1845 Netherlands----------- 1847 Netherlands -----------1848 "Netherlands----------- 1847 Essex Co., N. Y.---.-.- 186o England-------------- 1870 "4ew York------------ 1870 Tngland-------------- 1871 {erkimer Co., N. Y.--- 4ew York ------------ 1859 4ew York ----------- 1863 Jolland -------------- 1875 4ew York--------- 1873 ietherlands----------- 1849 lolland -------------- 1862 qetherlands----------- 1873 qetherlands----------- 1847 qetherlands----------- 1847 qetherlands----------- 1858 qetherlands----------- 1848 qetherlands----------- 1853 1852 Jetherlands ------------ 1847 letherlands----------- 186o Tetherlands ----------- 1853 Tetherlands----------- 1868 Fetherlands 1862 lichigan ------------- 1875 Tetherlands----------- 1874 Few York ----------- 1i86o Few York -1-------- i866 adiana---------------- 1874 Fetherlands----------- 1871 ]p < N N IS N N N IS N N N I_ NS 9 6 7 6 7 5 [4 [8 [4 4 35 34 33 34 31 17 [3 34 21 25 24 Proprietor City Bakery -.... Owner of Phoenix Hotel----------- Roller at Tannery--------------- Tanner and Currier--------------- Farmer------------------- Physician------------ --------- Farmer and Lumberman ----- Farmer -------------- - -- --- Broom Manufacturer------------- Farmer and Shoemaker-----.--- Billiards and Restaurant-------- Pastor Third Reformed Church... Hardware, Glass, Paints, Oils, etc.-- Farmer --- - -- ---- - Retired Builder and Contractor - C le rg y m a n - - - - - - - -- - - - Butcher ------------------ F a r m e r a n d B r i c k M a k e r - - - - - - - - - - Farmer------------------------ (Bakker & VanRaalte) Boots & Shoes Farmer------------------------- Lumberman and Prop. Saw Mill --- Dealer in Drugs and Chemicals --- Farmer..----------------.------- Brick Maker------------------ Postmaster ------- ----.......--- Att'y at Law & Solicitor in Chancery Farmer ---------------------- Notary Public & Phoenix Planing Mill Farmer- ----------------------- General Merchandise ------------ Wholesale and Retail Druggist- ---. Fashionable Millinery & Fancy Goods Farmer ---------......................-- Farmiere--- -..----..-- Proprietor Aetna House --------- ( ] ( Netherlands...... Albany, N. Y.-------- Rutland, Vt. ------- Netherlands----------- Michigan ------------- Canada --------------- Michigan -----.----- New York.---------- Michigan -------.---- Netherlands..... Netherlands..... Hanover------------- Netherlands...... Netherlands----------- Holland -------------- Netherlands ----------- Netherlands ----------- Netherlands..... Netherlands ----------- Ottawa Co., Mich.... Netherlands ----------- Netherlands --------- Netherlands ----------- Netherlands ---..------ Netherlands --......... Netherlands --......... Netherlands......... Netherlands -.------- Netherlands --.----- Holland, Mich.------... Netherlan ds ----..---.Holland............. Canada ------- New York...... New York----------- New Yotk..._-.._..... Netherlands-------. - Netherlands ------.--- 1847 1849 1854 1869 1871 1871 i866 1868 1848 1848 1870 1852 1856 1847 1858 1849 1865 1869 1853 1847 1847 1848 1847 1848 1854 1847 185o I855 1868 1857 1863 1856 1847 1847 I I I I - I HOLLAND TOWNSHIP. Arthur, W. W.----------Ventura----- ---- 4 Farmer and Fruit Grower------- New York------------ i86o Aling, John ---------- Holland...----.. - Dealer in Wines and Liquors ------ Netherlands----------- 1864 Boane, H. & Co.------- t " ----- Livery and Sale Stable...----.Bottum, 0. D. --------- " -------- 21 Farmer-------------------- Michigan ------------ i866 Brock, Henry --------- -------- 27 Farmer----------------------- Netherlands-----------1847 ( xxxIx ) (XXXIX)

Page  XL I XL OTTAWA COUNTY REFERENCES-CONTINUED. TALMADGE TOWNSHIP. NAME. POST-OFFICE. g Alford, Chas.---------- Lamont -------- 22 Archer, F. F.---.------ ----. --. 7 Baxter, G. E. ---------- " ------ 28 Burch, L. D. ----------. " -.-.- - 22 Blakeny, J.A. -------- 19 Breed, H. A.......... Talmadge ------- 28 Bluer, Francis --------- - - 23 Barker, Albert.--------- Grand Rapids - - - I Church, Palmer -.------ Talmadge.----- 28 Calz, C.--------------- ------- 23 Combs, Dennis -------- Lamont -.---.. 5. Combs, S. H.---------- -------- 5 Cilley, James---------- " __. 12. Cary, Hiram A.-'t ----.. 12 Chilson, Jas. W. ------- Grand Rapids-- I Chilson, Numan -.-- - - - I Champion Daniel M..-- Berlin ------- i & 12 Craig, James ---------- Lamont -------. 211 Connolly, Wm..... " _... 16 Coe, E. --------------- t ----- 12 Coe, B. ---.----- -------- 12 Doyle, G. ------------- Grand Rapids - - - 12 1 Douras, C. ------------ Talmadge - -- -- 28] Douras, C. Jr. -----. ------- 28] Davis, D. ------------- Lamont- 18 & 19 ] Davis, A. F..----------- _ is DeWitt, W.. ---------- " --------- 61 Dood, Ransom.-------- Berlin -.------ 4 1 Dickerson, Jos. L. ------ -------I & 2 1 Edlington, Wrn. ------- Grand Rapids -- 251 Ellis, Jas. S.----------- Berlin ------- 131 Ferguson, John-------- 12 Faller, B -----... -- ---------- i Fennessy, Edward--_- Grand Rapids - - - 36 Finnegan, Peter -----. Talmadge---- 28 1 Grinnell, Allen ----- Lamont ---------_ 15 Goodenoe, I. ---------- Berlin ---------- 4 Goodale, L. H. ---.--.- Grand Rapids - - - 25 1 Goodna, M. W. -------- Lamont --------- 12I Harris, Myron-------- Talmadge.-.---- 271 Hatch, G. W. ------- 34 F Hagerty, Michael-.. Grand Rapids - -- 12 F Hayes, Homer H. ------ Lamont -----..-. 15 F Hatch, L. F. -- --------- 6F Hatch, Mrs. S. A. ------- 6 Hammond, R. E. ------Berlin --------- ii F Hand, James A. " -------- 4 Hart, James W. -------- Lamont ---..----. Hart, Robert.--------. " --------- 12 F King, Patrick --------- Berlin --------- ii F King, John ---------..--- I _ IoF Kennedy, John --------Lamont--------- 8F Kimble, L. ------------ " --------- 13 F Lantz, Perry-----------. Talmnadge ------- 33 F Lynch, Michael --------. Grand Rapids - - - 25 F Luther, John A ------. Lamont ---...---- i F Lillie, Joel B.------- - - " _. 5 F Mcllvain, J. C -... -------- 12 P Maxfield,J. A..| 8F --------- F Mickam, Chas. B.------ - --------- 8F Mickam, Lucy M.------8 " -. 8 Malcolm, Jas. --------- Grand Rapids _ I F Millard, Wilson------- Berlin ----------i F Maynekan, F. ---.-.- Talmadge... 3T5 F Morris, Edward------ " - -23 F McLane, Michael.... 27 F Nellis, H. W.-.------ Grand Rapids ___ ri F O'Gorman, Richard - " --- 26 F O'Riley, J.......F.| " 25 F O'Riley, Timothy -..... " __ 25 F O'Brien, Patrick-- - - 25 F Osbun, Moses --------. Berlin ---------- F Phillips, Jas. --------- Lamont --------- F Phillips, Mrs. C. "_ - Parkes, S. Jas.-------...... 7T Perren, A....---.... Grand Rapids 1__ -2 F: Pelton, R. H. --------rahnadge - _- 23 F: Quigley, Wm. A...-.... Grand Rapids - -_ 36 F: Ruddy, Orrin-.----.--- Lamont--.---.--. 9 Fi Reed, L.C...---------.. " _. _ Fi Risedorph, H. V.... ".. - ----- 17 M Randall. Reuben-.... ---. 6 F: Robinson, J. J..-------.I " -------- 12 F Richmond, B. T.--- Grand Rapids -- 36 F: Stark, Sidney ----.-.. Lamont...-.. 6 F: Saliers, Gabriel.------ ----"---- 29 F Salton,W. D.---.. -- " ------- F: Stark, Hiram---..-- C4 ---------- 17 F: Slater, D. C. -.----.., -- --- & 17 Fe Smith, James W.-. - Grand Rapids - -- 24 F: St. John, Richard ----- Talmadge ------ 23 F: Thirkettle, Emanuel - - Lamont -.-.-..- 19 F Toole, Wm. ---------- Talmadge ------.. 33 F: VanSlyck, C. A..--.. Berlin ---------- 4 Li Vandercingel, Peter -- Lamont-------- 12 GC Walsh, Wm..-.... Berlin ---------- 8 Fa Wheeler, Jas. H.. ------I & 12 Ft Woodman, F. B.-.. ------- 3 & IoF Woodman, H. P.--- -- ---------- o F Walker, Hiram S.--...." _ I F Whittam, Richard ---- Lamont --------- 6F BUSINESS. NATIVITY. Settled in!3o. 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18. 18 18 18 I8 18 I8, 18, I82 i8! r8, [8 r8, [8t [8' tS Farm er---. ----- --- ------- --..... Farmer.--------------- - --.. ---- F arm er....................... - Farmer and Stock Raiser.---.--.. Farmer -------------- Farmer ------- --- - - - Farm er--------- -- --....-.- -- - Farmer ------------------_----. Farmer----------- ----- Farmer --------------- Farmer and Stock Raiser.. ------- F a r m e r - -.. - - - - - - -- - - - - - - - - -- -.. Attorney at Law ---- ----..------.Mason, Farmer and Gardener-- --- Farm er ------ - ----- --.- - ------- Farm er -- --- ---- -- - - --... - Farmer -----.....-...-..--- --- -- FarmerFarmer----------------.------. Farm er-.... - - _ _ _ _ - _. -_. Farmer-----------.. ----------.. Farmer-------.----.--.----------. Farmer --------.----.----------. Farmer-------------_--------- Farmer------------- -------- Farmer, Churn Mfr. and Supervisor. Farmer, Carpenter and Joiner- - - - - Farmer and Blacksmith -----------.. Farmer----....---------------.. - Farmer and Gardener ----------- Farmer -----------------------. Farmer------------------------ Farmer------------------------ Farmer and Fruit Grower---.------ Farmer and Stock Raiser --------- Farmer ---.----------------------- Farmer ---------------....................---..Farmer---------------------- Farmer ---------------------- 'arm er----------- --.... "Farmer and Stock Raiser.-... "armer, Carpenter and Joiner ---.Farmer ---------- ----.. ---. ---- - Farmer, Carpenter and Joiner ----- Farmer and Stock Raiser--------- terchant Tailor----------------- Tarm er.------... ------ -- --.-. ---- Farmer------------------.. --_."armer--------. ------ ------ --- - "armer------------------.---- --. Farmer.-- -----.......... armer --------------.-.-------- armer "arm er--------. ---.. ------------ "arm er --. --------------....---- -- hysician and Surgeon- --- "armer ---------------...................... armer..--------------- ---- - -.... armer, Carpenter and Joiner -. armer--.-----_. -------_---.. armner----------------.--- ----- arm er--------. --- ------- - -.-..arm er - - - - _ _ _ _ _ _ _ - _ armer........................ arm er ---------------- -- -- --... am er _.............. arm er............. arnmter....-------------------- armer and Miller -------......-. armer- ----.----.-.----.------.. -Wayne Co., N. Y...---- - Portage Co., Ohio- - - - -.. Ottawa Co., Mich.----. Wayne Co., N. Y.----- - Clinton Co., N. Y. ------ - Oneida Co., N. Y..-----. England -----------. Monroe Co., N. Y.---. Washington Co., N. Y. -_ - Prussia.............-- - Cayuga Co., N, Y.----- - Pittsfield, Mass.----. --. Rochester, N. Y.'.-..-.. - WayneCo., N. Y.-..-. - Ohio.......-..... Ohio -------- ------- - Herkimer Co., N. Y.--- - Scotland ----_---------.. Ireland -------------- _ Madison Co., N. Y.-.. Lake Co., Ill.----..----.. Ireland - _ -_ -- --. Ireland -----_-_ -- - Ottawa Co., Mich..--,.-- _ Ottawa Co., Mich.------ - Ottawa Co., Mich. ----- _ Norfolk Co., Canada - - - WayneCo., N. Y.------ - Wayne Co., Penn.-.. -.Ireland --------------. England ------------- England ----- --..---.- Ontario Co., N. Y.--..-. Ireland --- ---. -------. Ireland ----------..--- SAlbany Co., N. Y.--. Erie Co., Penn. --.--. Kalamazoo Co., Mich.-- Vermont -----------..Dutchess Co., N. Y. - - - -. Ann Arbor, Mich.----- Ireland ---------.- -- - Chenango Co., N. Y. - - Ashtabula Co., Ohio ---- Ashtabula Co., Ohio --.Herkimer Co., N. Y.---- Wayne Co., i\. Y..... I Pennsylvania ----.---- Vermont ----_--- Detroit, Mich.-..-- --- Ireland ----. ------ ---- Canada ----- ----.-- - Erie Co., N. V..... Wayne Co., Mich.... Cork, Ireland---------. Bristol Co., R. I....--- New York ------- Ohio -------------- Ottawa Co., Mich._-- Cherry Valley, N. Y.-.Canada ------------- Canada -------- Cork, Ireland --....--- Canada -- Ireland... London, Canada------- Detroit, Mich. -.-.. Grand Rapids Grand Rapids........ Ireland......... New York...... Montgomery Co., N. V.Cayuga Co., N. Y..... England......... England Canada.............. Ottawa Co., Mich...... Rensselaer Co., N. Y..-. Wayne Co., N. Y..Rochester, N. Y...... Portage Co., Ohio-..... Indiana Monroe Co., N. V.._ C lin to n C o., N. Y...... Vermont............. St. Lawrence Co., N. Y.New York ----- Tioga Co., N..... Ottawa Co., Mich..--. Ireland ------- ---.-- - England -.-... Ireland ----...-........ Rochester, N. Y. --... Netherlands ----------. Ireland ----.---------. Niagara Co., N. Y. - - -. Madison Co., N. Y.---. Monroe Co., N. Y.....-- Vermont -...------- --- England ----- -------- Settied in Co. 1844 1865 1852 1836 1850 1865 1842 1840 1837 1863 1844 1844 1856 1862 1852 1852 1845 1865 1853 1853 1853 1859 1849 1849 1856 1856 1849 1854 1845 ~843 1863 1870 1852 1843 1858 1866 1866 1870 1873 1839 1837 186~ 1852 1845 1845 1803 1855 1866 1873 1857 1851 1843 187~ 1851 1845 ~853 1855 1875 1842 1844 1844 1855 1853 ~837 1869 ~870 1865 ~842 -1858' I 856 1843 1870 ~845 1845 1867 1858 1846 ~862 i86i V 1865 1872 1842 1870 1875 1854 1850 1863 1854 1855 1848 1870 1870 1857 1867 1852 1849 1845 1849 i860 1844 1850 1848 1848 1848 -11 CHESTER TOWNSHIP- Concluded. - - SetE. POST-OFFICE. BUSINESS. NATIVITY. tied CE P T FF. in Co. y---------Lisbon---------- ii Farmer_.--...---.-----------..---- Ireland ---------- ----1845 el -------- - - ---- 13 Farmer_------------------------- Ireland --------------- 1845.---- ---- -------- 12 Farmer------------.---------- Germany-------..------ 1862 -r-- - - - -....-.24 Farmer -------------- ---- 1857 el H...... - Ravenna -.. 9 Farmer- _ ------------..--------- Rutland Co., Vt.. ------ 1849 S----- 9 Farmer-------------------------- Onondaga Co., N. Y.-- 1849 ----.----- " --.----- 9 Farmer------..------------------ Onondaga Co., N. Y.-- 1849 L ---------. 5 Farmer and Stock Raiser---------- Maumee City, Ohio - --1848 o A._ - - 8 Farmer------.------------------ Erie Co., N. Y. --- ~855 -.....Big Springs -. 34 Farmer and Stock Raiser--------- Morris Co., N. J... ----- 1846 G... ------ 33 Farmer and Stock Raiser---------- Cayuga Co., N. Y.--- 1857 '... Lisbon --------- 22 Farmer -----------------------. Germany ----..--------- 1845. -iel-.. ------.-- 14 Farmer and Stock Raiser---------- Germany----.--------- 1859 i n-------- -" _-----.. 14 Farmer and Stock Raiser- -- Germany.------------- 1856 TH..-. Six Corners - - - -. 31 Farmer----------- -------------- Kent Co., Mich. -. 1852 ---------- Lisbon--------- 12 Farmer------------------------- Ottawa Co., Mich...... 185o -..-. ---------- 14 Farming------------------------ Onondaga Co., N. Y.-- 1873 ---------- " --------- 22 Farming--------..--------------- New York ------------ 1855 " - - --------- 13 Farming---------- ------------..-.. Holland -------------- 1854 -inn... -- 22 Farming--. ----.------------- Schoharie Co., N. V. -.- 1854 aniel - - - - Ravenna ---..-. 4 Farmer and Carpenter------------ Herkimer Co., N. V.. - - 1846 ph ------ Big, Springs... 35 Farmer.------------------------- German)y------------- 1853 iry ------- Six Corners ----- 29 Blacksmith -.---- ------------- Wayne Co., N. Y.. -. -- 1875 ip -------- Lisbon---------- 25 Farmer_ -------------------Ottawa Co., N. Y.------ 1845....,..-------.- 23 Farmer---------- --------------- Germany-------------- 1866.-----..-- Ravenna-------- 17 Farmer and Stock Raiser---------- Portage Co., Ohio------ 1866 D.---. " -------- 18 Farmer and Stock Raiser--------- Oakland Co., Mich. _ 1868 --------- 4 Farmer and Stock Raiser--------- Adams Co., Penn.------ 1866 -.-------- Lisbon-- - -- 14 Farmer --------.---------.------- Germany ----...------_ 186o ta H.------ Six Corners - o 30 Farmer------. -------------------. Oswego Co., N. Y... 1857 os.... " 30 Farmer.------------------------ England -------------- 1857 i. H..---. Lisbon---------- Farmer-------------------------- Steuben Co., N. Y.-~_-- 1853 i. H. Jr.-- Ravenna-------- 9 Farmer and Township Supervisora- Steuben Co., N. Y. - - - - 1862.--- -- Lisbon --.-------136 Farmer ---.------.---------------I Madison Co., N. Y..-. 1845 -------- ---------- 36 Farmer-------------------------- Madison Co., N.VYY... 1845 -------- ---------- 26 Farmer and Carpenter ------------Prussia --- ---------~ 852, ---------- -- 24 Farmer-------------------------- Germany-------------- i86o.- --------- 35 Farmer---------------------- --. - Geirmany---.----. ---- - 1864 --------- 24 Farmer--------------------------- Germany-----------i 186o --------- ---------- 5 Farmer--------.--------------- - Prussia------- ----- 1850 ---- ------Muskegon -.- 15 Farmer and Merchant--------.--- Germany-----.-- ------ 1856 am--...-----I Lisbon---.. ------ 25 Farmer---- ---.-.-.--------- ----. Germany -----------.. 1846 [.--- ---- Big Springs -. 34 Farmer ---------------------. ----Ohio -------------.--- 1845 34 Farmer------------------------!iOhio ---.----------- - 1855 --------- --- 4iCarpenter-------------------- Ottawa Co., Mich.-- 1854.... Lisbon ---.------. I I Farming ------------ ---.------- Seneca Co., Ohio 2-_.. 1858 I..--. " ---------- 26' Farmer, Store, Lumber & Grist MillsGermany-------------- 186o --------- ---------- 27 Farmer------------------------- Germany--------------- 186o " ------ 2 Farmer and Stock Raiser---------- Madison Co., N. Y. --- 1869 -----.-- Ravenna-------- 4 Farmer and Stock Raiser--------- Erie Co., N. Y.-.... 1858 --------- -------- 5Farmer and Stock Raiser--.. ----- Onondaga Co., N Y._J 1853 s..----..-., -.. 7 Farmer----- -------- Westchester Co., N. V.- 1846 W. Lisbon.----- ---- 15 Farmer------------------------- Niagara Co., N. Y.--. 1864 s - -Big Springs 34 Farmer and Stock Raiser ---------- Warren Co., N. J....--- i 1872 --- --- 33 Cabinet Maker ---..-----.----- -870...... Ravenna------ 7 Farmer and Stock Raiser ---------- England -------------- 1868 ------- iS Farmer and Stock Raiser --------. iFrance ------------ 1867 J Lisbon--------- I Farmer---- -------------------iGermany -- - -. i86r -- 0 Farmer and Carpenter Canada ------------- 1865 --......... 0 Farmer and Stock Raiser_ Canada------------- 1862 i......... ".......... 15 Farmer-----. ----. -...---------. jOrleans Co. N. Y....... 1862 S..........Ravenna........ 7 Farmer----.--------------,-_~.----.Addison Co., Vt.-.-.... 1869 S..........Lisbon------- --~ 4!Farmer---- -------------------Germany-------------~1 1856 s.G. "...... 2lFarmer and Stock Raiser--------'. Defiance Co., Ohio--..... 1866 berg, John " --- 35 Farmer- - ---------------------Holland ---------- -~ 1849 berg, B.--- - - _-------. 35 Far-er and Carpenter ----------Holland --- -- 1855 els------- " - 27 Farmer---- ------------------England -------.------ 1852 stus............. o0 Farmer and Stock J)ealer--------. Niagara Co., N. Y.--... 1857 e.....--- 10 Farmer- -.-----------_-.--------- Portage Co., Ohio--.... 1855,V. D.--------------- 27lFarmer and Stock Dealer----.---.. Holland ----------- 1855 rris B..---. -----------27 Farmer------.-----... ----------. Ohio ------..------.-. 1854 -Big Springs- -34 Farmer and Stok Dealer---------Livingston Co., N. Y. -- 185o. -------- Si - 341 Oneida Co., N. Y.--.- 185o olas...... 35jFarmer.-----------------.------ Russia...... i,.. 1858 WRIGHT TOWNSHIP. --------- Berlin ---------- 17 Farmer-------------------..------- Canada --------------- 1846 --------- Cooperville ------ i9 Farmer------------------------- New York ------------ 1870 -------- Berlin ----------27 Farmer-----------------_--------- New York ------------. 1865 --------- ---------- 15 Farmer --..- ------.- ---.. ---. -.. 185o "--------- ---------- i0 Farmer-------------------------- New York ------------ 1865 y-------- d ---------- 16 Farmer---.---------------.-----__. Michigan ------------- 1844.--------- ------.----- 28 Farmer------. --------------------. Ireland --------------- 1845 n -------- ---------- 32 Farmer--------------------------. New York -- ---------- 1868 --------- ---------- 25 Farmer- -------.-------------.--. Germany-----------.-. 1850 eph------ ---------- 25 Farmer--.---....---------------... Poland--------------- 1854 eph, Jr. -_ ---------- 13 Farmer-----------------.---------. Poland---------------- 1854 --------- Big Springs------ 4 Farmer---------------.....-----------.. New York ------------ 1852 --------- " ------.io Farmer. --------.---.-----..-------.. New York ------------ 1863 -------- Lamont --------- 31 Farmer and Tailor --------------- New York ------------ 1842 "ane E.__ Cooperville---- 20 Farming- -----.------------------- New York ------------ 1854 S.. " --------.30 Cheesemaker.------------------... Newv York ------------ 1873 1....... " ~7 Farmer--.--------.---------------- Massachusetts --------- 1853 y --------. Big Springs.--,.1 9 Farmer--.---------------------.. - New York------------ ~853 --------- Berlin ---------- 26 Farmer- -------. --...-------------. New York ------------- 1845 -.------- Cooperville -----. 18 School Superintendent and Teacher- Michigan ------------- 1849..-------- " -( 18, Ohio -------..--------- 1848 --------- Six Corners - -- 7, 8 Farmer ------------------_---__ New York ------------ 1867.----- Big Springs------ 3 Farmer-- ---------------------Germany------------- 1845 --------- Berlin --------- 22 Farmer- ----------------------- Vermont ------------- 1862 -------.- 4 ----- "36 Farmer and Gardener------------- Michigan ------.-----. 1869 --------- Pleasant -------- i Farmer------------------- ----Germany------------- 1852 tus-. Cooperville ------ 19 Farmer-----------------. ------. NewYork-----..------- 1849 3......3 " Farmer and Overseer County House- Massachusetts --------- 1849.- ------- Big Springs --- 9, o Farmer---- -----. ------- --- New York--... ----------- 1850 as----- Berlin ----------7 Farmer----------------------- -New York------------~ 1852 anner and Currier --------.. ---- armer and Butcher..--------..arm er-............ armer, Gardener & Fruit Grower-- armer and Stock Raiser----------.. armer, Carpenter and Joiner----. filler--------- ---------------.. armi er..... armer and Fruit Raiser ---_----_ armer, Gardener & Fruit Raiser-- armier, Carpenter and Joiner------ armer, Carpenter and Joiner.. - arm er......---- - -.. - - ---.-- - armer.........................--------------- iarmer, Carpenter and Joiner..---- armier and Horse Breeder... arm er. -.-......... armner and Portable Saw Mill-. airmer and Pilot ------------... umberman -------------.-------. ardener ------------...------------. iarmer --------------------------. iarmn er -------------- - - --. - -.... inner -- _ _ _ _. - - - - - _. arm er n.....-----. ----- ------- urm er-_........... innmer _............. CHESTER TOWNSHIP. Austin, John ---------- Lisbon --------- 12 Farmer and Stock Dealer -------- Ireland _ Austin, T. W ---- ----.12 Farmer---- --------------------- Seneca Co., N. Y. Austin, Henry J..------ ---------- 12 Farmer and Stock Raiser--------- Seneca Co., N. Y.

Page  XLI m dim OTTAWA COUNTY REFERENCES -CONTINUED. Xl WRIGHT TOWNSHIP- Cowncl-ded. POLKTON TOWNSHIP--Concluded. NAME. Goodrich, J. V, B.------- Greiner, Chas. --------- Hair, Benj. F. -------- Hutchins, H. E. ------- Haas, Barnard-..-- - -- - Haas, George ---.--- --- Hunt, John T. --------- Hall, S. D. Higley, E. Haskins, Z. C........ Holmes, F. P. ------- Host. Fred'k ---------- Harris, Miss M. E.--.... Hastings, S. W.--------- Johnson, Ransom.----- Lee, Reuben ----------- Laubach, Benj. -------- Lillie, Benj. ----------- Lawton, H. S. --------- Lillibridge, W. J. ----- Mohns, Fred. ---------- Miller, Peter M. ------ Martin, Reuben ------- Marvin, Stiles D. ------ Markham, Mrs. J. W.. McCluer Orrin-.....-.-. Munroe, Alfred.-------- May, Jacob--.--. -.I-. --. -- f McDearman, H. C. --( Maycraft, Mrs. H..----. McKay, L.------------ Peirce, Edward H..... Pell, Robert E-.---..----- Pratt, E. 0. S Park, John M..... I Raymond, Chas. ------- [ Rosegrant, A. ---. ----. Robach, Francis ------- I Rogers, Isaac.---------- Shuster, Hemy E. _, 1 Stephens, Samuel...... Streeter, John ----- -- Sanford, J. H.-----.---. Starks, George -.-...... Schoemaker, Jacob ----- Schoenborn, Joseph ---- B Sawyer, Benjamin_------ S Shaw, Stephen.--.----- Streeter, Henry.-------- C Streeter, Edward..----- Squier, H. C.----------- Sevey, Win. Taylor, M. E. & Mrs. B. C. B Tenny, M. T........ Tilek, W. A. --..... --- L Van Orman, S'. S. ---.-. C Woodman, Reuben ---- B Wilde, Thomas ------- W olverton, V........ Wolverton, Amos ------ Walcott, Eliphalet Wells, Wm. P..-.. ------ Walker, Isaac C.--.----- Warren, Wm. S. -- Williams, Ezra --..-C Washburn, Mrs, Mary A.; Waters, S.............. W right, Richard....... Zimmerman, J. W..--._c I POST OFFICE Cooperville.... Lisbon-.... - Berlin.... Cooperville-... Six Corners _ P l e a s a n t - - - - - - - Lisbon.----.--- Big Springs-.. Pleasant - ----- Berlin ------... Cooperville. Berlin t....... 2 Lisbon -.------- Cooperville - --__ Six Corners-.- -- Cooperville-.- -.Berlin ------. -- Six Corners- ----- Lamont...... Berlin ---- -- "i ------- l( Big Springs..... Berlin 3ig Springs 3;ix Corners------ 'ooperville_----- 3erlin --------,isbon....,ooperville.. 3erlin......... ti -t - - - - - --7 ooperville _ -... ooperville--.---. i I SetSBUSINESS. NATIVITY. tied _Din Co. 29 Farmer....--- --- -- -------------- New York ----- --- -- 1875 _ i Farmer ------- ---- ----- -- -- -- Germany---- ---- ----- 1849 8 _ Farmer- --- - ----- - --------- Ohio ------------- -_ -- 1850.15 Farmer _----- ------ ---------- New York _----- ---- 1856 8 Farmer.-----. --.. --- ---- ---- ----. France.-------. ------.. 1851. i Fa m er.---.----------- ---- -.. - -.. Ohio -.--.--. - ---- -.-. 1851 _ 7 Farmer- -- ------.-... ----- -------. N ew York-..... 1862 2o Farmer New York-. --...------. 1862 2o Farmer_---------------- New York..--.--------- 1873 7 Farmer and'Shoemaker --------- New York --------- - 1855. 13 Farmer-_............. New York---- ------- 1867 Farmer-------------------- Ottawa Co., Mich.--.-- 1852 __ 2 Michigan --..........- 1853 4 Farmer Ohio............ 1852 I. 1I Farmer_------- -- - --- ------ New York ---- ---- - 1866 -- 33 Farmer. ----.---------------..---. New York-- -- -------- 1850 2) 13 Farmer and Supervisor----------- Pennsylvania ---------- IS52 3.o 3 Farmer.----- --------- New York_------------ 184. _. 30 Farmer -.----------- ----.. -------. New York -----_--.--- 1849 35 Farmer and Butcher Ohio 1842..... 1 2 20 Farmer------------------ Ohio 1867 27 Farmer...-..------------------. (Germany------------.. 1864 -- - Farmer_. _ Vermont ---_--- -- - 1854 26 Farmer N------------ ------ New York------------- 1852 -. 25 Farmer ----- ------------- New York-------;------ 1869 3,.24 Farmer_ Vermont 1836 36 Farmer.-----------..-.---.....--. Massachusetts ----I---- 1829 I Farmer- -------- ---- ---- ---- - Germany ---- i---- -- 11855 9, 2o Farmer-------- New York ----------- 1845 6 Farm er..-.--- - ----........ ----. England --.-----. ---- - 1852. 18 Farmer_------- ---- ----- -- -- New York ------------ 185o S8 Farming.------------------------- New York--_ - --.--. 1845. 22 Farming..----------.. --..----.. - England 1847 5 Farming..---- --------.-. --. - -... New York_---------- -- 1865.31 Farming..----..------ --- --- -----. Ohio ---- ------ ---_-- 1873 Hotel Keeper -------"-- -------- Canada ------_----- 1868 i, Farmer.--- - - -- ----.--I_. __ New York---- 1849 3 Farmer_ ------------ -- ---- --- France...... 1853,, 5 Farmer.----- --.--------......... N ew York-------------I 1850 F12 arm er _..................... Germ any -- - -- ---- 1865 - 9 Farmer. --------------. ----_..-... New York. -------.-.-. 1848 - 35 Farm er.-.- --.-.-- --.-- --. ------. N ew Y ork.......-...... 1838 - 8 Surveyor and Draftsman.......... New York.------------- 1858 - 32 Farmer.------------. ------------- New York....-..-...- - 1850 - 10 Farmer.------------------- ------.. Germany-......... 1864 3, 1 Farm er-_ _.................... Germ any--.---..------. 1855 - 5 F arm er...............- - -- -...-.. -N ew Y ork- _........... 1857 - 8 Farmer.--------..----------------.. New York.--.--.. ---- 1866 - 3o Farmer---.--..------ -----------.__ M ichigan -----__------ 1851 3o Farmer-.__.-.. - -----..-.__._.. New York -.-..-- -----. 1844 7 Farm.er------.---------..... N... Vermont -.-.-.---- ---. 1852 t, 2o Farmer ---. -------- --- ----------. 1New York--- -. ---..-. 1866 32 Farm er.-.- ---- ---_--...-.......... N ew York..---.-..... 1868 36 Farmer------------- - ----. ---..--- M ichigan - --.. --- -... 1865 i Catholic Priest -----------.-. --... - Austria.............. 1870 - 19 Farmer and Mechanic.--.-.----._. /New York-............ 1868 _ 22 Farmer -....------ -- ---- -....-- - Vermont ------ -. -.-.. 1849 - 2o Farmer and Fruit Grower ---------- England.---.-........ 1854 - 5 Farmer------ -------.. ----- _ -.... New York.----.-.-..... 1852 - ro Farmer---- --.--------.-. ---. -.-. New-York.---.....-.. 1852 - 14 Farm er............. -.-----. - -..,. Canada.-------....... 1846 - 23 Farmer ----.................... Pennsylvania... 1846 36 Farmer. ----- ------ --.- -..-.. --M.. Michigan...... 1845 T9 Farm er N4.................. M ichigan......R... - 1873 - 19 F arm er.................._......... M ichigan............. 1849 I.3o Farm er..............-._ _.~...... N ew Y ork --....... -....- 1845 |.32 Farmer and Engineer ~___.... __... New York.- _........ ^_. 1844 .c2 Farm er.......................... England.. ~ _.......... 1861. tc 'Farmer..._.................._... N ew York............ I 1868 | NAME. POST-OFFICE. I _-i Horlings, G. W.-.----.. Cooperville ------ H y d e, A n n a -- --. -..... "4 H im elburger, Jos. -.-... "flazelton, Simeon-.--... - " ----- H ofm an, P eter ---. -----.. Harvey, A. A. -.--..... Dennison....... Hanchett, M rs. M. - - - - -_._1. Johnson, John --------. JCooperville -_- 13 Kloosterhouse, K. --.-.- Eastmanville ___ K iekintveld, R ev. M... " Lieffers, John.... | " Lewis, John -------- - " Lull, L. R.-_._Lang, Herman....... Cooperville.... Lawton, Henry-.-.......- " Lawton, Albert - - - --- McCarthy Thos. H-..-.- Dennison ------- McGrath, Michael......---" McLellan, S......... ". McCarty, H. H. _ Nunica ---.-.--- McNaughton, P. D. Cooperville-..-... McKay, A. R. cc Mulder, John -......... Eastmanville.... Platt, Richard -.. ~.... ýCooperville.... Post, John....._... ".. PlattW m.ll ---.---.. " Platt, W i., Jr........-- Perkins, A. P.......... "( Peck, Geo. T.......... Rankans, John ----......I i ' R ankans, G. " _ Reed, Wm. " ______ Richards, Mark.------- Dennison ----.. 8, Smith, Theodore--.... Lamont--~_,,-- Smith, Elijah.... Six Corners-...... Stiles, Justus - -- - - Cooperville...... Stiles, C. S....----. ___.. Shaw. John F......! " Schafer, Carl.-.--,-... Dennison....... Spinner, Wendel.-----. Eastmanville Thayer, Edwin....... --" Toogood, Geo. W. NV-.... Dennison Twogood, M iron_.[,, L _ T a y lo r, A. H........... _ " Titus, H. C........... ( " Timmerman, Dan'l,.._. Nunica......... Ter Horst, B. H.... ýCooperville------ Toothaker, R........ -" __. Upton, Geo. F..-... (i Van Alsburg, J.-.. i "t Van Allsburg. A. R.--... Eastmanville Van Alsburg, Derk. I, Vandermade, Wm.... -.- " Washburn, E. L....... Cooperville..... Washburn, Chas. R.-_ -- Witkop, Jacob......... W alter, Joel A. -a-----------... Wells, Geo. M..---..... Eastanville ^. Wood, Wm. H. ------ Six Corners---.-. i BUSINESS. } 35 Farmer--- -.-..----------------...... 15 Farmer--.- ----------------...... -r I Farmer...--..........__........ 24 Farmer and Fruit Grower......_ [ 13 Farmer.------------------........ 6]Farm er_,....................... 20o Farmer.---------------- - - --.. -.. -.,14 Farmer and Lumberman ----.----- 34 Farm er - --. --------.--. _...__-._ Clergym an ------. - --------. --.... 2 Farm er-................ 2 Farmer.------------------- -...... 2 Farmer and Lumberman --.---.-.-.26 Farmer -----. ----------------.... 16 F arm er -.._... ---------------- -. ] 24 Farm er- ---------------- --- --- ] 17 Farmer---- 18 Farm er- --------------: ------------- 16 Farmer ~ ] 36 Farmer and!louse Builder......... I 25 F arm er.-..................... 12 Farm er.... ----------------- -.-.. 2 Farner- -, __ __ __, __ __~ __ _ ^ _. I 35 Farm er ------. - - ------ ---- ----. I 35 F arm er. --- -- - -------------- -...- j 36 Farmer_........... 1 4 Farmer---.------.---............. 2 Farmer-- -_- -- _____ I 13 Farmer and Mechanic.-.----..-.... I 36 Farmer t-------------------------- 25 Farmer & Dlr. in Musical Instrum'ts f 23 Hotel Keeper. --------:------ -..-. - 9 Farmer and Justice of the Peace-.... - 12 Farmer -----.............-.......-. ' j Farm er. ---------------. ---. --... C 2- Farmer --------------- ~---------- J? 25 Farm er.-----. --.................. ]? 12 F arm er..-- -...................... T 6 Farm er.--- ----. ---------........- P 8 Farm err -------------.-.-......... C 3 Real Estate Dealer --------.--.... N. 9 Farmer.---------. - -------- --..... C 9 Farmer ---.-.----..-........... [-, - 8 Farmer --------.-- --------.---. (5 Farm er. --------------- - ------.-.. -.I 3o Farm er ---------- - -----.-__...... N 35 Farm er.... ----- -----...-....... f 27 F arm er.---.-.................... V 27 Farm er..-- -----------...---......-- N 35 Farm er-........................-. 1 36 Farmer and Butcher -.-.-----.-....|.. 35 Farm er ---..-.---...-- -........... - 21Farm er.------ --__- _-----.-.. -___- H 24 House Builder ___, N 23 House Builder ---_ ---..-.......... N )6 Farm er -..- _.................. H i5 Farmer and Supervisor- -_----_ -- -- N 9 F arm er ---.---...-. __- _........... C I Farm er - - ----- - - ------ --- --- 0ý SetNATIVITY. tied in Co. H olland -.-..-........ Virginia.---.-. --------- Pennsylvania -----.-.. - Vermont ---, ---------- H olland -----. ---.... New York.....-.- -..... New York -............ Ireland -- -- - - ----- Holland............ Holland _ - Holland........ Holland......... Pennsylvania --------.. Germany.. -.--.----.. New York ------------- New York ----____.--- Ire la n d - - -_-_-_-...... freland..-------...... New York --.-.-.-..... New York_ Scotland New York-............. Holland -_-_--- -- -- - New York_. Holland - - - _ -- ___. New York-........... New York_- _:...... New York --------._ - Pennsylvania --------- Holland -----_-------- Holland --------------.New York......... Verm on t.............. \ew Y ork -........... )hio --_----------- New York ---.------... Lew York _- --- -- - __ qew York ------------- russi a ----------- -.. -erm any.......-- _.._. ~I ichigan.-------..... )hio -------- --- --- ";ew York -.....----- "onnecticut........ Cew Hampshire....... Cew York-.---..-... 4olland.---.......... rermont --------. ----- qew Brunswick... -.... [olland -----.-- -..... to lla n d..- - -- - - - - - - - - - [olland ------. -.-.... [olland -.- ---... -.. - qew York - -.-- _-..-. few York..-..-....... follan d __ _......... ýew York_-....'.. onnecticut.......... hio................. j 1849 1849 1853 1852 1854 1863 1854 1857 1873 1848 1874 1870 1864 1867 1850 1845 1855 1856 1866 1849 i86o 1851 1849 1850 1849 1845 1851 1853 1848 1855 1853 1874 1848 1869 1853 1844 1847 1855 1864 1865 1849 1850 185o 1847 1851 1852 1849 1865 1844 1847 1854 1850 1850 1865 1866 1849 1855 1856 1870 ZEELAND TOWNSHIP. POLKTON TOWNSHIP. Averill, H. S. ------.....- Cooperville ------ 24 Akins, Wm. Fit -.-.-.22 Austin, Hosea..... ',t.. 23 Bolhuis, S. _...... Eastmanville ---- 35 Boone, Mrs. Mary------ Cooperville-----. 14 Conklin, WMn. J. --- I Collins, Timothy.-.--- " ------ 21 Cooper, A..------- --j--..... - " - 22 Chadwick, C.Q. " ----- 22 Coleman, F. A. _ Eastmanville.... 3 Coleman, John J. " t 3 Coleman, David.3....... " Castle, John"-------- -- 5, 7 Culligan, Martin ---- Dennison 17 Carr, M. W -.......... ---_ --_ 17 Dexter, I. L..... " 6 DeSmith, A-.-.....- 9 Dietrich, Philip...... _ Six Corners -----. i Dickinson, G. L. --..... Nunica.-------- 31 Durphy, H. C. --------- Cooperville ---.-- 22 Duram, A. T._ " -_-.... 2 Ernst, W. S.......... " 25 Ellis, A. C........._.. "- 23 Emans, Jacob-.--....... Eastmanville ---- 34 Fitzpatrick, James-.... Dennison --.---- 18 Griffith, L. H...... Eastmanville.... 3 Garrison, M,-.-......... " 3 Gibbs, Chas. T..- Nunica --------- 18 Glynn, Jas. ----.-...... Dennison -.... 7 Giddis, M rs. M. J.._-.. *t cc -- -- - 7 Golden, Denis..-...... " -_..7. I 8 Golden, P............,t _.------ 19 Gregg, Chas. E..... Cooperville.. 27 H ill, R.-- - - "- -6 H ill, Zd...............,,..; 36 Farm er.-----.----- -------. --- -... F arm er _ -................... Farmer ------.....------- - -- -.. -_ Farm er -----....................F arm er. -. -............-.......... i F arm er -----------------.---..... i F arm er.------------- -. - --....... F arm er -_ ---_-. ----------------- Farm er -----. -------_ --.. _ --.... Planing M ill -_--- - ----- -------- Machinist ----------------------- Farm ing. --------- __.-- -- -....... Farming..---.-..--............... Farming --------------------- Merchant and P. M. ---------- Farm er.-..--- - - - - - --..... F arm er- _. ------ ---- - --- -- --....... F arm er -.--.-.......... _....... F arm er..--.-.---..........----- - Farm er ------. --. -- ----------._-- Farm er_----------- -- -------- Farmer -------------_--_-- __-.. Farmer and Fruit Grower...... F arm er ---.-.-...-. --------------- Farm er ----. ---------.. -- -.. -. -.M iller.... ------------- -... -.....Farmer and Mechanic.----.-...... Farm er.-.----.------.. -...-...... F arm er............... Farm er. ----- - --------.-.-------- Farm er -------. ------ ------ -.-... Farmer... --------- ---. -......-.. Architect, Surveyor, Ins. Agt.&Teacher Farmer- ------. ---------... --.. -.. Farm er-......... Canada -.-- --.-. -.-.-- New York.-- ---, ---- New York-_ Holland ----.--..--... Pennsylvania -.---.-.-- New York-__ __ Ireland....------ - -- - - New York- --_----- New York.---..--...... New York ----.--...-.. N ew York_ _-_--._.... New York. --.-- -...... Ireland -----.-. --- -... O hio ---.- ------.... New York ------------- H olland ----. ---...... Pennsylvania ---....... New York- ---- ---__. New York_---- -_New York.----..-..... O hio - -- -- --- -- -- - Vermont ---.-.. ------- Holland ------------- Ireland -........... New York.--------...-. New York.------..-.---- Connecticut.-...----. -- Ireland ----. ---. ------ New Brunswick _------- Ireland ----------- I--- I Ireland ----.. -----.--- New York-- --I.,-..-... New York -.--... _-.... New York 1839 1854 1864 1848 1851 1854 1848 1866 1855 1839 1874 1847 1851 1867 1865 1867 1865 1867 1849 1855 1875 1865 1849 1857 1865 1858 1837 1848 1858 1853 IS53 1869 1855 1855 Balks, A. & Bro. ------. IZeeland..---.--- Hardware --. ---------. -..-...... Benjamins, P.. _-_ " Clothing, Dry Goods, etc., and P.' M. Brinks, Hendrick..... " _. 29 Farmer.---.------------------.... Brinks, Henry -...-... " 20 Farmer.. -------.. -......... _... Bots, Geert Harms..... " _.--.----- Blacksmith and Horseshoer-....-... Dejonge, John....------ Saddle and Harness Manufacturer-. DePree, Peter _... Vriesland..... Minister Reformed Church ---..... DeHoop, S. _"....------- 15 Farmer_------------------------- DeVries & VanRegen-j merter-.........-.... " ------ 27 Wagon and Carriage Manufacturers DePree, Johannes P.___ Zeeland ----.... Wagon and Pump.Manufacturer.... Dekker, M....... " _..... Watch Maker and Jeweler-.....-... DePree, John --.-...... --_-- Livery and Sale Stable DenH erder, Jacob -_-- ".....-- Flouring M ills.............. Elsinga Bros. --.....! " -- I Dlr. in Boots & Shoes & Gen. Produce Elenbaas, Antone--..... ' --- ----- 8 Farmer.. --------------- ------ -.. Farma, Hendrick --.... Vriesland ----- 21 Farmer- -.-------. ---------...-. Hyma, R. A.....-...... Zeeland---- _.... Principal of Graded School.---..--- Hofma-, Simon. -..-.... Vriesland 1 26 Farmer and Stock Dealer- --------- K eppel, G......... Zeeland i __. _ i M iller.-----.- ---................. Keppel, HIerbert....... " - - Dry Goods, Groceries and CrockeryKaslander, S --. ------- Vriesland - ___ - - 27 Farmer.---..-. -. - -- -....... -.... Lubbers, M aria.... Zeeland----_---- 28 Farming-....................... Laan ning, 1......... Vriesland ------ 36 Farmer and Stock Raiser-"........Voerdyk, W....... Zeeland_ ~_. Pastor First Reformed Church.....paaye, Isac.-------- -- ti --------- Dry Goods Merchant. ----.-... ---- )pt, Holt S ----------- Vriesland ------- _ 36 Farmer and Stock Dealer- --------- Pycock, Wm. ---------- Zeeland_ _ 18.oelofs, J.- - ------. --.. H olland -- - - 32 Farm er - --------- __- __---- ---- Reef, W m.. -----.-..--- Zeeland --------- 3 Farmer -.-............. Romeyn, A.----_ - "- _- Dry Goods, Groceries, flats, Caps, etc. Robbers, Gerrit-.-.---- " -..... Blacksmith and Horseshoer_ ------ Ichram, M artin.--.-.-- "- -....... I Carriage Painter-. -.......-.......-.:chneiders, J. --. --- ---- - " ---- -. -- - 4 Farm er- -..-...-,........... __-...!labbekoorn & Bros.... t -.--_----- Tanners and Curriers ---.-.-----.VanEenenaam, J.------ L -" -----... Hotel Keeper & Gen. Provision Store Vyn, Gerrit ---"-------: Hardwood Lumberman.--.--.--.. ý7yn, Peter - -- - " --..._.. Saw M ill..................... v anZoeren, ]ohn _ _ Vriesland _.. -... 14 Farmer. ----..-.. -- _---- --- --- --- anZoeren, G. J.... l " - ------14 Farm er.. --------------- --------- ýan H ees, J. G. --.-. --. Z eeland......... 19 Farm er..........-................ "7anSlooten, W m. _____ 4 " _....... 29 Farmer.. L-......_.... lanEssen, R. M. -___.. Vriesland ------- 27 Wagon Maker ----__-__ ___------- Nabeke, Gillis-- ----.-. IZeeland- ------ - 1 20 Farmer_ -- --- -- - - - - - Nesthoek, W.......it " -.......I --tema, H-..----..--- Vriesland -15 Retired from Business ---------- Holland --- -....--.. Middelburg..--..-.... Drent, Netherlands----. Ottawa Co., Mich.-..-.Netherlands --......... Ottawa Co., Mich.... Netherlands. Holland --.--.----.... Holland..-.- --...... Zeeland_-----__....... Holland __..._._...... Netherlands -------.-.Zeeland.-----.....-... Netherlands --- _---.-.H olland............. Holland - ---- -- -- - N etherlands ---------- H olland --.-.......... Netherlands ---------. - Holland.-------...... Netherlands -----..--.Netherlands -.--------- Netherlands Netherlands.-- ------ Netherlands... ----.. N e th e rla n d s.- - - - - --.-. - Netherlands......... N etherlands.--- --...-... Prussia.........------ _ Netherlands -------- - Ottawa Co., Mich....... Holland _ Prussia -----.......... Netherlands _ _---.-_--. Netherlands --.---- Netherlands.---------.. 1 Netherlands---- Netherlands ] Netherlands ----------- ] Netherlands.......... H olland......... - Holland...----...... I Zeeland.----...-- -...... H olland.--.......... Netherlahads_--_--_-_-- ] 1847 1845 1846 1849 1867 1849 1849 1848.. 1. 1847 1849 1868 1851 1847 1869 1841 1855 1853 1855 1848 1848 1847 184-1 1847 1849 1872 1847 1866 1851 1858 1848 1848 1855 1847 1854 1847 1848 1847 1848 18;8 1847 1848 1867 1849 1847 1847 b

Page  XLII zoom= XLI OTTAWA COUNTY REFERENCES-CONCLUDED GEORGETOWN TOWNSHIP. JAMESTOWN TOWNSHIP--Concluded. NAME. POST-OFFICE. ^ Andre, Hiram --------- Jenisonville 24 Botzum, Nicholas-.. -....---",34 Barton, Albert.--.------ it ---- I9 Brown, Joseph V.-- "- ---- c 6 Brennan, Simon.-------- i ---" 3 Boynton, J. H ---------.- 2 Blackford, Martin------ i 9 Bauer, N. Blendon..... 7 Burnham, Ira G.... Hudsonville..... 28 Cole, D. E............ Lamont--------- 6 Cook, L. -------------- Jenisonville - 6 Dewitt, E......... Georgetown - 6 Doig, David.-------.--- Jenisonville - 5 Edson, Andrew.--- ----- CC34 Ellis, Seth M. --------- Jamestown 34 Godfrey, B. B.- ------- Lamont ------.-- I8 Gates, C. H. Jenisonville - 31 Guild, C.-..----------. Hudsonville - 28 Haire, John......... Jenisonville 3 Herington, K. D. "--- ---- 17 Hendricks, J. F........ Hudsonville -__. 29 H all, Orlando._i..... t 19 Hansen, Albert -------- Hanley -----.--- 36 Harbeck, Casper'.._. Grand Haven.---- 31 Jenison, L. & L. - Jenisonville..... Jenison, Hiram.----... ---- 23 Jaynes, Bernard ----.--- Hudsonville---.. 29 Kronemyer, A...... it. 20 Lowing, Oscar_-.------- Jenison-ville... 5 Lowing, W. B._.__.____. Georgetown...... 17 Lowing, Luke.--------- jenisonville... 4 Marsac, Daniel -------- Hudsonville..28 Mountford, Samuel-.... Ejenisonville:___ 31 Oliver, John....' -.... Georgetown __--__ 6 Phelps,. Franklin...... Jenisonville..... 23 Phelps, Harlow.--- ---. Granville-------- 27 Rosegrant, C. S. -------- Georgetown. 8 Rosegrant, Chas....... 8 Sperry, M. A.--.-------. jenisonville..... 21 Sweet, H. W........... 20o Sweet, James ----------- 31. Sullivan, Daniel ------- Scanlon, Michael- -----. Lamont --------- 18 Taylor, Isaac A. Georgetown 5..... Tate, John------------ 161 Wadsworth, A. D..-.-- --enisonville.... 1o0 BUSINESS. NATIVITY. Settled in Co. NAME. POST OFFICE. BUSINESS. NATIVITY. Settled in Co. Farmer_ ------ Farmer--..----.. -----.----..----- iFarmer ---_-------------- --------- Farmer and Carpenter------------ Farmer.------.--- ----------.----- F a rm e r...................-- --- -.. Farmer ---..-_-------------------. Wagon Maker and Blacksmith -. Farmer-.----. ---.-------.-------- Farmer.------ -------- ----------- Farmer--..------------------ --- Farmer.-------------------------- F a r m e r -.. - -.................... Farmer ------- --.---------------;F a r m e r - -...................... Farmer and Teacher_------------- Farmer_.----.--.-. -------------- Farmer -..--.-----.-------------- Farmer and Lumberman- -----.---- Farmer --.----------------------- Farmer.-------------------------- Farmer-.-------.---------------- Farmer and Blacksmith ---.--.---- Cooper.-.-. --------------. ------- M illers, Farm ers, etc.............. Farmer and Lumberman ----.------ Farmer -...----------------------. Farmer.----- -------------------- Farmer- -.---------------------.. Farmer.-.------------------------ F a rm e r - -..................... Farmer..------------------------ Farmer..------------------.------ F arm er, etc.................... Farmer- -----.------------------- Farmer. ---.----- ---- --------- --- Farm er- _......... Farmer.-.--.---- ---- -----...---- D ress M aking_~.............. Farmer.---.--------------------. Farmer -.-----------.----------.Engineer.--- ------------------- Farmer and Stock Raiser.---------- Farmer. -----.-------... ------.-- Farmer. --. ------..-...---.-.- --- Farmer- _.. ------_-,------.-___. Holland -------------- Germany-..----------- - New York ------------ England. ---. -----. Nova Scotia.----------- Portage Co., Ohio-.----- Ontario Co., N. Y.-- Prussia Vermont -------------- Lenawee Co., M.ich. -.-- Jefferson Co., N. Y. -.-. New York ------------ Scotland -----. -------- Summit Co., Ohio.------ Ohio................. Oswego Co., N. Y.-_--- Clinton Co., N. Y...... Oneida Co., N. Y..-... Ireland -.----.-------- Niagara Co., N. Y.---.Montgomery Co., Pa. --- England -------------- New York -..---........ G erm any.......... St. Lawrence Co., N. Y.St. Lawrence Co., N. Y. Ottawa Co., Mich...... H olland...-........ Ottawa Co., Mich.--..-- N ew York.--.---.---- Ottawa Co., Micb.------;D etroit, M ich.......... England -------------- Scotland -------------- Ashtabula Co, Ohio---,Connecticut ----.-.---- Seneca Co., N. Y..-.Seneca Co., N. Y. -.-.-- Ottawa Co., Mich. ----- Ashtabula Co., Ohio- -_Clinton Co, N. Y.-----.Oneida Co., N. Y.------- Canada -.--------.. --- Tompkins Co., N. Y.-.England ------------- Wayne Co., N. Y.----- 1848 1858 1862 1852 1863 1835 1865 1873 1863 1850 1864 1856 1859 1857 1860 1868 1865 1858 1851 1846 1863 1863 1869 1854 1835 1834 1857 1856 1848 1855 1844 1874 1868 1873 1864 1864 1865 1865 186i 1867 1867 1873 1859 1854 1850 1866 Peet, F, H....----.--.-- Pratt, Mrs. C. C.------- Peasley, C ------------ Plants, Leonard_----- Pikaart, John -------.-. Paffhaus, Casper.-----_ Rummelt, Chas. -------- Snyder, T............. Skeels, Thaddeus ------ Sadler, Frank..--.-.-.-- Strick, J.---- --- -- - Vanderbunt, H.---.--_Van Der W all, E........ Vanderbunt, Hiram..Vandermuelen, Rev. J.__ Williams, H. H..--.-. Wood, S. T., Jr -..----- Washburn, W.-------... Young, Joseph Jamestown --- Forest Grove --- Burnips Corners_Jamestown ----- Hanley --------- Forest Grove Forest Grove ---- Jamestown -_---- 15 ro 7 24 I9' 21 34 17 16 2 32 21 30 17 20 8 18 8 L3, Farmer and Town Clerk.... - Farming.-..----------------- ----- Farmer------.--. -----.------ ----. Farmer-----------------.. -------. Farmer.-.------ ------. ----------- Farmer.-------------------------- Farmer... ---- Farmer ---------- Postmaster and Farmer ----------- Farmer-------------------------- Farmer.-.------------- ----------- Farmer- ----.--------------------- Farmer-------------------------- Farmer ------------------------- Clergyman -.-------.------------- Farmer_-------------------- - Farmer-------------------------- Farmer_------------------------ Farmer_------ ------ --------- Ohio ----------------- New York ----------- Massachusetts Canada --_ ------------ Holland -------------- Germany ------------- Germany--------..----- Holland. New York..---........ Michigan ------------ Holland -------------- Holland.------------- Holland.------------- Holland -------------. Holland -------------- New York ------------- Michigan ------------- New York ----.--.----- Canada --------------- 1867 1865 1871 1863 1854 1855 1855 1856 1852 1875 1867 1866 1852 1866 1847 1859 1861 1866 1875 CROCKERY TOWNSHIP. Bouton, G. W........ Cleveland, H. W.------- Carpenter, M. C-..---.-. Canaugh, John ------- Fields, W. F.---..------ Hunter, T. F.......... Hamilton, Caslin.------- Humphreys, W. ----.-. - H agon, Chas........... Jubb, 0. A.----------- Lawrence, S. ---------- Morgan, A. R....---... Moore, J. H. ---------- Pierce, Wesley. --------- Pickett, J. D.---------- Richmond, E.- S.-------- Rose, Chas. W.--------- Seymour, Allyn........ Spoon, J.......... Scott, H. D.......... Thompson, Wm........ Wiseman, J. J.---------- VanEtten, Samuel.------ VanEtten, Geo. W..--. Nunica -----.-.Spring Lake..... Nunica......... Grand Rapids- _. Spring Lake- -.-. Nunica --------- c -----. --- " -----22 & 25 22 35 1 17 24 25 33 22 29 27 20 Farmer and Grocer.............. Drugs, Medicines, Stationery, etc., also Jeweler and Postmaster-...... Farmer and Land Speculator.------- Farmer_ ------------------------ Smith & Fields, Lumber Dealers _-__ Farmer and Stock R aiser ---------- Agent D. & M. R. R. ---.--------- R estaurant____............ Sawyer ----------------------- Farmer- ------------------. ------ Supervisor and Farmer.----------- Chair Factory -.--.--.. ----------- Farmer_------------------------- Farmer and Stock Raiser-.-.------ Real Estate Dealer and Farmer--.-_ Proprietor Richmond House.------ Farmer and Speculator.---.---.---. Farmer and Stock Raiser---------- Proprietor Spoonville Mill.--------- Farmer and Land Speculator- -..... Lumberman and Farmer ----------- Gen'l Hardware & Agr'l Implements Farmer_ ------------------------ Farmer.---.---------------------- Monroe Co., N. Y.-.... Jefferson Co., N. Y. Ireland Oneida Co., N. Y.------- Jefferson Co., N. Y. ---- Canada East ------- Ireland ------...... Canada ---. ------_"--- Ingham Co., Micl.---.Genesee Co., N. Y.----- Marshall, Mich. -.------ Canada ------------- Canada -------------- Vermont -------------- Genesee, N. Y. -------- Lancaster, Penn.------- Oswego Co., N. Y. i - - - - New York------------ Vermont------------- Monroe Co., N. Y. ----- Wyoming Co., N. Y. -,-- New York ----------- New York ------- 1850 1856 1858 1865 1870 1847 1862 1866 1856 1850 1849 1876 1868 1853 1863 1866 1843 1855 1856 1848 1843 1869 1856 1855 SPRING LAKE TOWNSHIP. Arentsen, A. J. Bilz, A. Corlett, D. H. Kay, C. M.--.---- -----. Lee, Patrick-----.------ Lee, John G. ---------- Laffin, M........... Morse, E. H.----------- Savidge, H........ Terleman, L. M. B...... Walsh, Martin.--------- Spring Lake--... it Proprietor " Infallible Pile Remedy." Holland -------------- Hardware ---------------------- Germany -.-....----._.. Butcher ------------------------- Ohio --------------- Collecting and Insurance Agent ---- KentuckyMerchant---..--------------------- Ireland ------------- Publisher ---------------. ------. - England -------------- Hotel.-----------------------.... New York Livery and Sale Stable ------------ New York --------- Lumber Manufacturer.------------- Pennsylvania ----.-.--- Physician ---------------------- Holland ------------- Merchant and Farmer. -----------_ Ireland ------------ 1864 1866 1864 1869 1869 1867 1855 1856 1873 1856 ALLENDALE TOWNSHIP. I I JAMESTOWN TOWNSHIP. Aseltine, W arren........ Allendale.------ Blake, J. E. Lamont.--------- Brown, Frank J.-----. - " --.---- Cole, A. M. Eastmanville.... Forster, J. B.------.---- Lamont.--------- Ingraham, C. W.-------- Eastmanville ---- Jack son, L evi S.-----.- " __- _ Jones, Thomas -------- Allendale ---- Latham, George ------- Lamont --.------ Mohyneux, J.-------- Eastmanville Milne, Robert G.------- Allendale ------- Parady, James.-----.---.. " ----- Parady, Edward -------... Rice, Geo. C........... Robinson CentreReynolds, R. G......... Allendale ---. --- Simpson, Perry --_----- Lamont..-.-.Stoddard, James ------- Allendale Thirkittle, Wm...---.--- Lamont------- Woodbury, Giles T..... " Woodbury, Matilda G.-- __ ------- 34 Farmer --- -------- ----------.. ---- Vermont ---. ---------- ii Farmer and Lumberman ----------- New Hampshire -.-.--- 25 Farmer and Carpenter ------------. Canada --------------- 7 Farmer and Fruit Grower.-.------ New York ---.-------- 24 Farmer.------- ------------------- Canada --------------- 7 Farmer and Supervisor New York------------ 27 Farmer.------.------. --- ----. ----- Otsego Co., N. Y....... 22 Farmer ----------. --------. ------ W ales......... 14 Farmer and Lumberman -.--.----- New York ------------ 7 Farmer and Fruit Grower --------- Pennsylvania ---------- 34 Farm er-............ Scotland -.-. ---------- 35 Shoemaker.--------.----.-------. Quebec, Canada ----- 35 Farmer_---------------------- New York ------------ 18 Farmer ------------------------- New York ------------ 23 Farmer ----------.--..-------.--. Genesee Co., N. Y.----- I9 Farmer and Trapper.-------------- Columbia Co., N. Y. 26 Farmer -------------------------- Kent Co., Mich.... 14 Farmer and Sawyer-----------.---- England --..---------- 4 Machinist and Farmer ------------ New York ------------ 4 Farming ------.-.---------------- England ------ 1865 1859 1860 1873 1846 1865 -1846 1842 1855 1867 1852 1868 1865 1848 1854 1868 1845 1850 1834 1840 Arnold, R. S.----------- Arnold, J. S. ---------- Ahrndt, C. ------------ Ball, C. A. ---.-------- Brown' T. W. ------- Bear, Isaac-------. Brown, J. M. --------- Cook, S. G.------------ Cronkright, J. M....... Chamberlin, Dr. N. ----- Crozier, 0. R. L.-.._-.-- Cox, Richard --------- De Kline, H.--------- Dean, H. ------------- Daily, Geo. A.......... Elliott, James.... Flannery, Michael ----.Fetz, B.--------. ------ Gould, Nelson.--------- Gitthel, S. L. ---------- Kridler, Ella -------- Klooster, J. Z.--------- Kamer, H. Kommisserin, C......... Loup, H. ----- ------ March el, William ------ Newton, Lewis T...... Newell, A. F. Nyenhouse, John Tflmto;tnwn "J ll%^-Z V VV IL - -- -- - Byron Center --.Forest Grove.... Burnips Corners-- Jamestown Hudsonville -- Jamestown.----. Hanley._------- Jamestown ------ Hudsonville North Dorr.------ Jamestown -.---- Forest Grove ---- Jamestown _----- Forest Grove.... Burnips Corners__ Jamestown.----- New Salem---- -- Forest Grove --- 15 Farmer-_ e---------------ew York16 Farmer.-------------------------- New York.------------- 22 Farmer. -- -------------.-------- Germany-------------- 33 Farmer and Machinist ------------ Michigan ------------- 3o Farmer------------------.-------- England ------------- 34 Farmer-_----------------------- Ohio.--------------- 34 Farmer-------------------------- Wisconsin.--- --------- 16 School Director ------------------ New.York. ----------- 27 Farmer.-------------------------. New York_------------ 12 Physician and Farmer------------- New York ------------- 5 Supt. Schools, Farmer and Gardener New York -----..---.... 3 Farmer---------------.----------- Summit Co., Ohio__.. 16 General Store ------------ ------ Holland ----------.--- 8 Farmer-------------------------- Michigan _ I Farmer-------------------------- Ohio ---------------- 14 Farmer-------------------------- Canada ------_ 5 Farmer - ------------------------ Michigan.------- 23 Farmer-- Germany------- ------ 25 Farmer-------------------------- New York---.--.------- 33 Farmer ------------------------ Pennsylvania ---------- 14 Ohio 29 Farmer- ------------------------- Holland ------------ 19 Farmer- -_----_--- ----------------- Holland - ----------- 30 Farmer ---_---------------------- Holland _ 34 Farmer --. ---------. ------. ------- Ohio.---------------- 14 Farm er-...............-- - Ireland ---------- ---- 3 Farmer ----.--------------.------ Chenango Co., N.Y..... 35 Farmer_.---- -- ---------------- Michigan 2o Farmer- ------- - -------------- Holland ------------ 1853 1854 1868 1865 1857 1862 1854 1862 1-845 1854 1854 1859 185o 186o 1872 1863 1842 1871 1854 1845 1864 1875 1847 1862 1865 1864 1861 1802 1857 OLIVE TOWNSHIP. Boyes, J. G. ----------- Cole, Edward.---------- Davis, H. J,--....... Fellows, J. M.--.------- F etz, V........... Joscelyn, James.-------- Lievense, Wm.-------- Owen, Charles--------- Piseley, F. C........... Stegenga, A P.--------- Smith, R. ------------- VanTongeren, P. G.---- Willis, W. A.---------- Welton, S. L.--------- Wainwright, Thos.----- Holland ---_---- Ventura--------- Ottawa Station--- Ventura.--------- Ottawa Station.... New Holland---- Ventura.--------- New Holland.---- West Olive.------ Ottawa Station --- Ventura--------- 341 21 34 21 33 34 34 28 *3 33 27 32 7 3 26 Farmer-------------------------- Lumber Manufacturer_ ------------ Farmer- --. -.. - --- ------ -----_--. Farmer. ------- -------- ------ ---- Farmer and Sailor ---------------- Farmer.---------.------- --------- Farmer and Boarding House.------- Farmer- -----------------. --- ---- F arm er -------------- - - --.. -- ---- Supervisor, Notary & School Director F arm er. -.-.--------------- -- ---- Farmer, Town Treas. & School Dir't'r Notary Public and Conveyancer-... Farmer and Carpenter-............ Farmer and Lumbering ---------- New York. Exeter, England------- New York..... New York ------------ Germany -------------- New York....... Netherlands...... New York.------.---- Oakland Co., Mich. _ Europe ----------- --- New York ------------ Holland ----.--------- New York -.---------- Broome Co., N. Y.----- Netherlands ----------- 1863 1863 1861 1855 1865 1859 1856 1864 1855 1849 1871 1846 1866 1866 i856 I I i I S.................. ='lm'-......... ' ":............. "-:=:-::..;:..za.t4_:_-......:::-71"..... _.................................................... T II.'_Z.z.- I L....... i...... 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JJi.,-o ^ V - x %^, v- --, * ^ "'Ji^ ^Rfce-T.7 f,, S P r r e a di~v f y ^^ o w ^., -- ^ E -^" 1 ^: ' C / H^ ^ &~! ^ ^ 0-4^ -- ^? - ___ ^^ 77r 7 J "^ T, ^ f^ ^ "- - 7-X'-'^ ^,, 1 ^ ^ g ^ 1 ^ B^ - ^ ^ " "" ^1-- -^'|!^ B---. --a-Z/ ^. g^ ^ ^. ^^~ ^. ^^^^ ^ ^^^'^^l12 \ 'p ' 1/i -5- _ * -'i ^, ^_ s ~ ^ ^'ji _ <" H Y7' ^H" M ^K~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~S ~4~-~c a ^ M ^ B^ -- - X G |S1^^^^-44 | Q^.iZ. /,^ __ 3 w ^.? ^ S L-'^?4 *' -27 - ^ ^ ^ _ lp iIIIl' < || Tirdo ^o w ^Simray ^- ' S ^- ^^- '.^C ^ ^'cott- p^ k~. IBLB-^^S ^SI ~ I1 I * r4e; i.,S - 14- Z?. '7.? <<: ~i ^ ^ ~ ^:. w.,ý.n~.- "a ~ Z^ y,M <^ y ^ B J C l ^ ^ ^ 2r. ^ w J-g. C Jfusere-^- w ^^u ^ s s i~:h I ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ N P1/anzJl.^)1\TT ^K" mWze M ' zL 'J^ Title: Map of Walker Township 6 & 7N 12W Keywords: D. Hilton; J. Hilton Heirs; D. Monroe; J.J. Gill; D. Hilton; W. Willard; Sand Cr.; S. Fuller; D.B. Monroe; D. Champion; H.A. Gill; H.B. Monroe; G. Coon; A.W. Almey; M. Tabor; J. Dobson; L.C. Woodman; R.B. Woodman; H. Tabor; Spring; E. Miner; Mrs. Buck; B.F. Woodman; J. Manley; J.M. Blood; J. Wilson; Parsonage; W. McNeil & Wilder; Saw; W. Heath; P. Johnson; E. Bullen; J. Johnson; L. Hilton; J.W. Allen; B. Ballard; A. Brace; A. Jenks; M. Edison; J. Dowling; V. Harrington; J.J. Nellis; H. Edison; J. Louckes; C.W. Jenks; J. Danton; E. Edison; H.H.; J.B. Neal; L.D. Swan; J. Platter; F.A. Lamoreaux; J. Bullis; A. Lamoreaux; L.H. Lamoreaux; C.C. Comstock; Cem.; G.R. & Indiana R.R.; Newago R.R.; W. Girdler; L. Averill; Dan. Chappel; W.K. Wheler; E. Woodward; Mrs. Lavender; G.S. Chappel; Mrs. J. Nolan; D. Northrop; T.C.; Mrs. R. Kenny; P. Kenney; T. Cotney; J. Fitzmorisa; Dan. O’Neal; G. McDonald; Mrs. Jno. Raffterty; E. Bullard; J. Sanford; J. Albinskie; C.C. Rood; G. Rafferty; P. Coon; H.A. Gill; S. Cullard; I. Edison; Living Water; S. Root; J.S. Miller; Mrs. B. Smith; S. Corporon; Detroit & Milwaukee R.R.; W.H.; C.B. Pierce; A. Nobles; S. Pierce; E. Johnson; W. Rowe; Bailey Hrs.; F.M.; W. Rowe; J.B.; Nixon; J. Waite; Carpenter Shop; H. Edison; D. Flanigan; J. Sheldon; J. White Holcomb; J. Nelson; A. Reeves; N. McCarthy; O.S. St. John; J. Stewart; S. Stewart; L. Wotzland; W.H. Jones; A. Jones; H. Huntley; Fuller J. Pannell; A.P.; H.D. Cogswell; H.T. Thompkins; A. Prince; Harluna; J. Winsor; S. Hufford; I. Miler; C.B.; M.V.; L. Bro.; W. Richmond; A.A. Wilson; W. Thomas; D. King; J. Elmandorph; H. Catney; G. Ottopein; A. Courtright; J. Redmire; A.B. Jones; H.T. Webster; H.C. Hogadone; J. Zinser; J.A. Osbun; J.R.; T. Elmandorph; C. Phillips; R. Ellis; S.B. Webster; M. Mullen; P. Ryan; O.N. Werdon; J.R. Brown; J. Best; Spring; W. Shackleton; W. Dunnett; J. Catney; E.A. Hebard; S. Thorington; H. Helmka; G. Hogadone; H. Shaffer; T. Treadwill; E. Bremer; R.R. Dunlap; P.F. Covell; Clements Add.; J. Martin; S. Dunlap; A.J.E.; D. Bush; Greenwood Cem.; T. Lawrence; Everetts; H. Preston; L. Richmond; J. Rumsey; Perkins Bros.; Stewart; Mrs. A. McKenzie; D.H. Watres; A.B. Long; D. Van Dongue; W.G. Phillips; T. Welch; J.R. Edison; G.M. Edison; G.W. Moore; P. Cocklan; S. Westlake; E. Hogadone; A. Michael; J.B. Hogadone; J. Malcom; M. Caldwell; R. Cochlan; J. Bird; C. Custerer; J. Kipp; E.A. Hebard; J.B. Hogadone; T. Sexton; M. Powers; T.R. Maynard; E.A. Hebard; G. Weaver; J. Grissman; I.V. Schermerhorn; G.I. Moore; J.D. Tabor; J.M. Shafer; J.R. Edison; G.M. Edison;l D. Bradford; J. Kipp; J.S. Pamlee; C.P. Shermerhorn; Spg.; D. Shermerhorn; Town House; N.C. Wright; N.C. Wright; E.C. Phillips; E. Graham; S. Smith; A. Berbury; G.L. Knight; McDonald; J.S. Scott; E.D. Phillips; S. Rice; J. Barnes; H.G. Stone; Barnes; P. Werrick; Wattall; City Line; E. Graham; S. Smith; A. Berbury; E.C. Phillips; s. Rice; J. Barnes; H.G. Stone; Grand Rapids West Side; M. Driscall; J. Rirdon; M.B. Graves; S.D. Maynard; W. O’Briens; J. Munsley; Julia O’Sullivan; P.O. Sullivan; B. Cummings; M. O’Brien; T. Healey; P. Murray; M. Murray; C. McCarty; M. Capels;l Mrs. O’Brien; J. Dugan; Mrs. Delaney; W. Calkins; O. Edison; T.R. Maynard; A.J. Gill; J.B. Hogadone; F.D. Hogadone; B.F. Martindale; J. Edison; Kingsbury & Leonard; J. Ball; J.C. Wright; E. Graham; N. Fisk; Rapids Plaster Co.; J.H. Scott; W. Griffin; J. Ball; M. Fitzpatrick; Mrs. McNamara; J. Arndt; P. Arndt; T. Richards; Lincoln Park; J. Ball; Mrs. McNamara; M. Fitzpatrick; Grand River; C. McCarty; F. Beede; P. Lynch; Mrs. Jno. Powers; M. Fogerty; P. Ormand; T. Whalen; H. Walsh; A. Hyst; S. O’Brien; M.&A.&T. Whalen; J. Sawyer; G. Emerson; R. Atkinson; I. Fitzgerald; T. Kenney; J. Curren; A. Kenney; J.P.&G. Nardin; T. PHenneban; J.P. Nardin; M. Atkinson; G. Nardin; B. Courtney; H. Barnard; E.D. Hogadone; S. Cuddaback; T.W. Cobb; Ives & Warren; Ingrahm; Taylor & McReynolds; Grand Plaster Mills; Jno. Ball; M.G. Wheeler; E.C. Smith; J. Blair; P. Peck; H.R. Berger; W. Gridley; J. Quigley; I. Quigley; J. Gavin; D.L. Waters; E. Ripleng; A. Morse; T.B. Chapman; J. Butterfield; H.R. Berger; A.W. Haldane; C.E. Cole; E. Newel; A.W. Haldance; J.R. Millard; H. Hardy; Mrs. Malervy; B. Courtney; Piano Shop; G.R. Snyder; U. Pratt; N. Tubbs; W.C. Davidson; W. Ames; G. Doyle; J. Harnish Note:

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Page  11 I "A - V ~ >>~ 'rl 7K '7 1 r ~ 1Q) Tozv7'-t>g rrrD ssc oa Z/7 GQDo0yt-e, 30 it. JJ~o teý V6 1 rp/q I - 56-50 74& cv /3 6 L7L c'roy oz Sazziw,4 Z7, K ~ /6 D.2 Jt7ddc jitttar <;j/#Z&do 61.tPk r /023 3% \ C 12/2 L9C 120 Pot JKaovc L5 0 Jcstbrooki,~ ~ 60 40 '3659Lp D- zef /Z).g It.46.0 M-MJBrown 72r nd'&Z- rb oCX ~/4 J -Trower 16,9 ~wde lovert Cro c/r W't:Z Go......yy e-ffr Go -T 40~4 dFek ISr ~ 9 30 ~ O1 - ~ p 763 FA305 0C U+ oKo e >5 s C). U? W aI26 ~//~j *Bflrowr.40 ogl~ II 4356 Z~ cAtMr? SWeLln 72/JO St Baile tOde/I JO r yon arez/c 1607 ý0 g-g g Lewr~ 2141.~~4 L9. Yerkeo zz e-12 V1, ModVs,0 11-1- 40.5/te 6010 - -- - - k FALLAS13 R.e M-a's ten- Z,7Z6 6.-oo-k izzer -To. co, o cls 6.40 174, CA. C o o.d-ls e, 11to e, r 126.60:Y,9 Y. 125 2 5 -206 av e!20rl te 1KO y e--, 7 -128.63 4 0,ý9 t9 6. Lý9 Ln so Kent IK szze 'Maaem Carter, 40 ap"-Zzzzl-l -,Pe C;t AD, Z/ 0 L.0 WE L L, Title: Map of Vergennes Township 7N 9W Keywords: O. Doyle; Jas. Ralligan; P. Driscoll; T. Doyle; J. Sullivan; C. Boylan; J. McCarty; C. Hurley; T. Doyle; J. Doyle; Jno. Murphy; E. Flinn; A. McDonald; J. Lawless; D. Howard; J. McGee; Nagle Lake; T. Lally; H.D. Weeks; Mary Delaney; T. Doyle; J. McLaughlin; S. Gunning; J.D.; W.B. Aldrich; Jno. Duffy; B. McGee; J.N. Murray; J.H. Andrews; Mary A. Devine; B. McGee; J.N. Murray; G.F. White; C. Church; C. Unger; Alton P.O.; A. Ford; R. Vanderbrook; M.M. Aldrich; S. Tower; G.A. Hendrick; J.L. Covert; S. Godfrey; N. Godfrey; S. Child; J.G. White; Mrs. A.E. White; B. White; R. Vanderbrook; W.D. Maddern; Mrs. Parker; D. Driscoll & Mary Howard; P. Cary; G. Wilhelm; Mary Howard; P. Laughlin; A. Quillan; W. Devine; J. Finn; O. Howard; D. Howard; Mary Howard; W.B. Aldrich; P. Murphy; P. Duffy; J.F.; B. McGee; Jno. Duffy; B. McGee; P. Corrigan; E. Devine; E. Ring; Sarah Carver; P. Corrigan; J. Lavender; J.W. White; W. White; D.&T.; G.M.; Store; P. Jones; E.C. Miller; E. Mosher; J. Goble; W. Mosher; G.H. Godfrey; Ed. Lee Jr.; H. Shoup; I. Cusser; G.R. Baker; W. Church; R. Degraw; L.J. Alger; Ed. Simmons; E.B. Keeney; Mrs. Alger; A. Weeks; T. Condon; Newton; E. Dickson; M.B. Fero; N.L. M. Post; J. Brangin; Mrs. Dickson; Wm. McPherson; Mary Murphy; J. Byrnes; P.W. McPherson; R. Varlin; P. Carey; T. Byrnes; O. McMann; B. Fairchild; J.L.B. Kerr; D. Anderson; P. Duffy; M. Duffy; T. Wynne; A. Van Deusen; D. Anderson; A. Anderson; P. Mann; S.B.P.; James Duffy; H. Westbrook; H. Westbrook; B. McGee; J. Casey; A. Winegar; H.M. Packhard; J. Crowley; R. Howe; C.D. Sayles; G. Lane; P.T. Esterle; F. Sayles; L.S.; W.J. Pottruff; A. Winegar; H.M. Packhard; I. Ford; Wm. Atwood; G. Ford; E. Burch; H. Foster; Mrs. Ables; J.C. Richmond; A. Lewis; S.S. Fallass; F. King; H.F. Weeks; A. Burch; J. Wright; Flat River; G. Onan; L.H. Shoup; W.S.; J. Colvin; P. Bovee; T. Wynne; J. Dennis; Alex McLean; Mrs. Allen; S. Bailey; A. Odell; Morgan Lyon; E.D. Van D.; A. Van D.; J.S. Van D.; J.N. Kerr; O. Fullington; A. Van Deusen; J.L.B. Kerr; M. Lyon; S.B. Parker; F.L. Rogers; H. Westbrook; Montague; P. Goodin; P. Lewis; F. Wilson; J. Beeton; P. Goodin; J.W. Williams; T.W. Westbrook; T. Westbrook; S.S. Fallass; S.J. Wyman; J.B. Miller; C.W. Beckwith; H. Mastenbrook; Mrs. Miller; B. Brown; O. Douglass; S.M.; G.M.; J.W. Fallass; Fallassburg; Rexford; G.S. Dudbridge; J.O. Goodsell; J. Kline; A.R. Hoag; J. Wells; A. Cole; W. Robinson; D.M. Krum; C. Taylor; W.L. Merriman; N. Collar; D.M. Miller; Mrs. S.A. Soules; Mrs. Odell; A.L. Malcolm; D.S. Blanding; G.W. Crosby; W. Hiler; E. Van Deusen; J.C. Acker; A.D. Van Deusen; J.S. Van Deusen; J. Ewing; J.W. Walker; T. Kellogg; R.P. Packhard; A. Rogers; F.A. Geil; J. Cochrane; L. Algar; W.D. Foster; P.W. Fox; John Pratt; Dam; R.N. Goodsell; O.H. Look & Jno. Pratt; G. Bisby; S. Moyer; W. Cilley; A. Avery; C.B. Young; S.A. Morrison; C. Obley; W. Wickman; C.C. Olmsted; A.T. Daniels; J.W. Alexander; A.J. Krum; S. Collar; W.H. Parker; W. Krum; C. Krum; W.M. Belknap; L. Nash; E. Krum; A. Krum; E. Sutton; A. Yerkes; W. Lyon; D.S. Blanding; L. Carter; T.L. Daniels; c. Misner; S. Hodges; J.S. Fox; A. Misner; A. Kinsman; A. Wilson; G. Morgan; Sol. Lee; S.E. Hoag; M.J. King; Sol Lee; H. Wickham; D.P. Smith; E. Wisner; Lucas Robinson; E.A. McCulloch; L.J. Robinson; S.M.; R. Ryder; H. Hull; N. Pullen; A. Peck; Lowell; A. Avery; Marvin Kent; G. Denton; J. Woodcock; C.B. Carter; R.D. Winegar; J.M. Mathewson Note:

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FV Ar. co V& -. - W. e-nin ~ " -:z?_4.0 ~0.Woo..,...]il!),"Of a.... e, IT.: S so, ". .sJ -r.], e C7 e a. 67-: V 24._.....,.7ZZ IN in... _. _ _ _ _.~ ' _ _ _ _ Z 1O t; leg. Is. '...,40. " -Z -Y -) S' e- 4." O " 4g -- ~ ~ L AII '.! l!,/ I c-y.7.-l I i,e- r I 119 | Title: Map of Cascade Township 6N 10W Keywords: Wm. Howell; J. Martin; J. Wride; J. Foster; M. Foster; Jno. Fish; D. Soper; R.W. Martin; J. Harlan; H.H. Stewart; G.S. Walden; A. Thomas; H.G. Saunders; L. Beard; L. Beard Jr.; J.W. Sexton; J.R. Laraway; H.G. Holt; J.H. Witkey; M.W. Denison; H. Clark; M. Van Dorn; G.W. Osborn; Jno. Broomhall; Boltwood; J.H. Woodworth; J.H. Summers; L.F. Burton; J. Chamberlain; D.&M.R.R.; Grand River; L. cook; T. Cook; M. Terrell; M. Howe; L. Meech; H. Tobias’; C. Coger; G. Richards; J. Bareis; T. Kelsey; G.S. Richardson; I. Peters; C.M. Denison; G.S. Walden; M.W. Denison; L.B. Stark; J. Flannery; Cascade; G. Richardson; Mrs. M. Perkins; A.J. Auble; C.B. Webster; Thornapple River; Mineral Sp.; C.F. Holt; Gold Discovered; T.&N. Strong; M. Miller; J.W. Sanbrook; H. McKee; C. McKee; H.C. Denison; N. Strong; T. Strong; H. Lockwood; H. Winters; R. Harris; J. Wooding; C.M. Anabel; L.&L. Jenison; W. Rector; L. Corey; S. Sargent; W. Patterson; B. Shop; W. Snow; U. Snow; Williams; Z. Vanderbilt; S. Teeple; F.M. Davis; G.W. Teeple; J. Finney; H. Henshaw; E.P. Shuman; W. Pablerson; C. Maben; A. Boden; M. Richards; E.R. Johnson; J. Henry; Calkins; H.N. & L.B. Lowrey; M.W. Danforth; W. Scott; G. Kalmbach; F.M. Davis; J. Reardon; N.L. Carlton; C.W. Beers; M. Mathews; G.W. Gorham; J.P. Johnson; B.F. Gale; W. Harris; C.H. Brown; S. Gardner; H. Sebolt; J. Miller; W.F. Rector; H. Johnson; J.W. Washburn; Jane Smith; D.C. Thomas; J.M. Smith; J. Nichols; G. Henfrey; Halstead & Haines; J.S. Smith; S.P. Quigle; Z. Winsor; H.B. Sinclair; B. Sinclair; M. Keyes; G.R.C.; M. Bullock; H.D. Sinclair; J.M. Patterson; M.A. Snow; L. Lewis; C. McAfary; Whitmore; C. Patterson; Jno. & Thos. Eardly; H. Cross; E. Lennon; R. Heitzelman; Wm. & Jas. Eardly; D. Petted; J. May; D. Petted; P. Teeple Jr.; W.M. Pierce; M. Cook; W. Pierce; J.W. Earldy; W. Hennessy; C. Shea; D. Sheehan; J. Madigan; G. Russ; J. Sheehan; D. Sheehan; P. Murphy; E.H. Baxter; T. Lennon; O. Baxter; B. Baxter; J.W. Holbert; Jno. Tyler; H. Proctor; E.C. Robinson; A. Thomas; R. Robinson; L. Nichols; L. Thompson; D.H. Clark; J.S. Smith; M. Boughner; L. Gifford; J. Cox; C. Druce; J. Cox; D. Jennings; L. Gregory; W. Fuller; J. Tillyer; A.G. Sinclair; H. Sinclair; J.C. Davison; C.A. Barrows; Grange House; P. Morse; B.D. Seeley; J.A. Graves; M.J. Frayer; S. Thomas; G. Corson; I. Auble; R. Heitzelman; J. Heintzelman; H.B. Brown; Wm. Annis; J. Brougham; W.&J. Eardly; E. Lennen; J. Kelley; Mary Kelley; P. Sheehan; T. McKnight; J. Harman; J. McKnight; J. Reardon; P. Eardley; Wm. Annis; S.R. Cook; J. Forbes; M. Miller; J. Feardon; Mrs. J. Annis; L. Vanamburgh; J.F. Cook; W.F. Cook; S.R. Cook; B. Miller; C.S. Spaulding; E. Lennon; M. Spaulding; L. Leclear; B. Leclear; E.C. Baxter; J.L. King; J. Fisk; B.D. Wisner; H. Bales Jr.; C.H. Frost; J.J. King; M. King; H. Kniffin; J.S.; N. Weston; G. Hunter; W.J. Linton; J. Thomas; R.D. Lawroson; C.A. Wood; R.A. Peet; L.S. Clark; A.J. Bloomer; R. Patterson; W. Brougham; H. Hennessey; A.M. Rosenkrans; A.M. Rosenkrans; J. Brougham; J. Nulty; Jas. Graham; N. Daniels; F. Eardly; E. Burns; J. Sheehan; J.&T. Eardly; L. Farwood; S.R. Cook; A.B. Town; P. Carey; J.M. Van Amburg; W. Monroe; E.B. Teeple; W. Monroe; B. Fountain; L. Leclear; J.T. Proctor; Geo. Biddinger; J. Newstead; N. Weston; B. Fountain; J.H. Fraser; T. McGregoy; Whitneyville; B. Shop; W.C. White; W. Steeter; T.R. Croniger; C.F. Warner; D. Croniger; H. Sears; C. Washburn; J.G. Ansley; R. Vanderhoof; J. Fairchild; Wm. Clark; R.A. Peet Note:

Page  16 16' 1 4 tp.llllrýkol. ý.MAA I Iil M41.,; 14T 3; I f J) I XI Z-ý w =7777ý7ý777ýý -r Gro an A ij, r6 6 q 0 7Z-:23-22 6";,)( 4ý ss -/Z- cz cg;L 103" Pc e-, 7, ýý L7-. Zý e- y k ý) ý A-3C lo vy-ke JE Oro ML 1.3 e 29 0!- v /0 C.0" 2V. a Zý7 at, ZZ, 6 4-3 vo 0 -Dey 0 Z, A&I 25 Tll- o 7z- t- / I; Wi- 17 -25 AT 0 C. 5- skep a rd IK-0 R. 5 80 35, IX Ton 13 7, & 77- F4-33 Ch- e -6 -r TF- d- -R 65 sj 160 Aq /00 -ZXas rl 0 77 -7z 1/0 CP p 4_0 ( Aý --Ilf c. -0-d-el A Ig & 7 -120 IT Aor'sa-zeS-te -w a z- a- -f - -7 S7 - 4-0 ()0 ce 12 c, A)p q Im /0 Lo I - (ov Title: Map of Paris Township 6N 11W Keywords: Smithers; Kent Co. Fair Ground; G.W. Griggs & Others; C.W. Smith; G.W. Griggs; T. Martin; G.W.C.; T.; T. Pains; T.; A.; C.; J.P. Stevens; R.; P.W.; G.W.G.; Cem.; Holley; A.M.; L.G.; J. Calkins; J.D.; J.F. Trout; T. Martin; E.G. Shepard; M. Allen; W.W.; G.R. Lounsbury; J.W. Soper; C.O.; M. Chubb; R.G.B.; S.; B.; H.S.; G.S.; C.; E.; Mrs. L. Chesebro; N. Higbey; Pegler & Wykes; Stwart & Knapp; J. Powers; W.S. Parsons; R. Vandyke; S.S. Bailey; D.G. Clark; A.C. ; Anderson; V. McAlpine; D.L.K.; A. Luce; T.R. Williams; B. Doyle; E. Anderson; H.B. Davis; E. Deyoung; Spring; H. Guild; C.W. Hurd; W.A. Muir; T. Muir; Youngblood; W.A.M.; Young; E.B. Soper; J. Soper; H. Seekins; W.P. Mills; J. Rogers; A. Muir; E.U. Knapp; J.B. Hards; C. Kellogg; J. Kelley; P.J. Murphy; H.H. Richards; M. McNamara; H.R. Taylor; H. York; H.B. Wells; M. Manning; G.W. Prescott; A. Stonebraker; Johnson; J.D. Hazen; R.W.; M.F.; Ewen; D.S.; S.M. Garfield; J. Kendall; S.F. Taner; Thos. Walker; B. Hoyt; P.A. Clark; B.; H.E. Thompson; J. Winchett; F.H.; J.L. Alger; Hanchett; L.D. Hazen; B.; D. Stewart; W.H. Stewart; C.F. Smith; J.D. Alger; A.D. Chesebro; W.S.; R.A. Rounds; J. Kibbon; L. Demol; M.C. Alger for Sale; A.H. Guild; R.D. Guild; J.C. Morgan; J. Charles; J.C.; L.M.; E.H.; Cem.; G.O.W. Yale; S.M. Garfield; Spring; H. Jennings; L. McCrath; C.F. McCrath; M.A. Parsons; W.&R. Wykes; D.M. Watson; Spring; W. Goodell; W.S. Parsons; J. Sharp; J.P. Wikes; Mary Richards; H.H. Darlings Hrs.; E. Hurd; J. Wykes; M. Richards; P.S. Foote; V. Meech; G. Slatter; M. Nobbs; J.H. Ford; J.M. Smith; J. Sebring; L. Pierce; G.S. Richardson; C. Clark; T. Reed; J.B. Hards; B. Clark; E. Mills; J. Dehamer; S. Vanderhoof; J.B. Hards; F. Sullivan; O. Spaulding; T. Richards; J. Patterson; J.W. Pennell; Graves; R. Cole; O. Ingram; J. Vanderpool; P. Cole; F. Tolesta; J. Vreland; C. Duffey; P. Loyd; W.C. Allen; B.J. Laraway; A. Laraway; H.R.; J.S.; A. Fisher; J. Darbison; J.J. Watson; J. Martin; N. Longstreet; J.B. Brown; A. Harris; J.B. Carpenter; J. VanAuken; J.G. Granger; L.K. Rathburn; H.H.S.; D.L.; M.J. Smith; G. Slater; Sprake & Vennison; H. Molesta; S. Tobias; T.W. Martin; H. Allen; H.B. Rathbun; County Farm; J. Dikeman; A. Trans; R. Slater; A.W. Meech; G. Meech; G. Meech; M. Newhouse; C.L. Harrison; N. Tooley; A. Sledright; J. Sebring; M. Hazelwood; B. McCannon; L. Wassin; G.H. Lenssenkemp; W.P. Nellist; J.C.; L.W.; E. Bouchard; W.C. Mester; A.E. Bailey; G.T. Palmer; G.G. Bailey; R. Patterson; F.P.; S.S. Bailey; M. Patterson; East Paris P.O.; B. Shop; F.F. Bailey; P. Teeple; Chas. Mabin; Hughes; H.B.; A.G.; O.M.; P.C.; D. O’Neil; J.E. Phillips; H.H. & W.C. Allen; I.D. Hazen; E.P. Fuller; M.F.; J.P.; J.J.W.; C.D.; J. Kennedy; H.C. Jordan; Grand River Valley Railroad; J. O’Connor; J. Potter; J.W.; A. Aber; J. Hanna; Sam’l Langon; J. Styles; T. Burns; P. Squank; C. Ottis; L. Munshaw; C. Yanson; J.M. Hubbard; A.G. Shear; J. Kennedy; J. Otis; H. Kleinwinkle; G.B. Henning; Spring; John Robinson; H. Oldenboom; T. Terrill; E.M. Squier; B.F. Shafer; J. Haan; H.R. Taylor; B. McCannon; O.S. Shafer; A. Boden; G. June; T. Skinner; C.P. Friemd; A. Plum; L.L. Thompson; John Patterson; M.W. Cook; A.F. Cook; R. Cook; J. Osterhouse; R. Gilden; A.L. Barclay; W.T. Adams; J. Henshaw; W. Hafenga; J.L.W.; A.H. Clark; J. Nasterbrook; F.V.; E.V.; Pikstre; S. Gillett; L. Frost; J. Houman; W. Deman; J. Menquirk; J. Nasterbook; A.H. Clark; Blake; J. Defrew; W. Hafenga; H.G. Reed; H.H. & W.C. Allen; L.S. Scranton; S.F. Turner; J. Shine; Jas. Burke; J. Burke; T. Corcoran; I.D. Davis; S.S. Mill; Store; Bowen Station P.O.; P. Bowen; W.R. Parks; S.S. Back; B. Bechtel; W. Fary; P. Kearney; A.G. Shear; J.W. Shear; Spring; Mrs. T.S. Smith; Jas. Robinson; S.B. Shafer; Spring; R. Smith; G.W. Kenyon; Spring; M.S. Shafer; M.C. Auble; J. Auble; W. Ketteridsch; M.C. Auble; W. Tyler; R. Merrill; A. Loomis; S.B. Davis; P. Berkey; E. Forney; Jas. Cary; O. Merrill; H.J. Clark; P. Heintzelman; N. Heintzelman; J. Harman; D. Hall; J.W. Converse; J. Carl; G.H. Gillett; J. Dennis; W.R. Moore; E. Daniels; L.P. Graves; G.H. Gillett; J. Dennis; H. Williams; L. Beach; A. Potter; T.B.; J. Demloo; A.Z.; P. Calkins; G. Cook; H. Mellenbrush; A. Scram; Dr. Giddings; C.C. Comstock; J. Morrison; M. Boersema; H.M. Whitford; G.A. Crites; J.B. Brown; R. Smith; Geo. Smith; C. Blodgett; F. Kelley; J.B. Brown; J.P. Stebbins; M.K. Scott; G.R. Lewis; S.S. Buck; C. DeJong; D.S. Drake; R. Haynes; W.R. Smith; D.S. Buck; H.B. Haynes; J.P. Stebbins; E. Hendrick; L. Straight; M.W. Peck; L.W. Pierce; W.J. Wilson; G. Warner; J. Kisdon; T. Huntley; J. Auble; F. Lafever; S. Lafever; W.M. June; E.F.; S.B.D.; A.J. Heintzelman; C. Hennessey; C.W. Lee; A. Herschberger; J. Brown; C. Butterfield Note:

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L41-11, NIL,.17: lz.o '3; 4/L jl.a, i/k,:ýý 0 ",D I. ftl rl al -F -7 I - I I. - ý, I t I G. 21 .o t -)..#i,. - Il 2-1;+ g,lt ..0 CO/ e/.5 ",14. 9 _0 __ t ' ISF Z.-... O TZ./ n 80 okt " I {! 4-1 e -- -w ffo X 7,-'n J. l-- l.-- '. ". -. c?:, _I'?zo. ?-d,.J" ""'f p.. 13C " 1ý. 49 O -11 Il 4-0 I ii it,, ~ ~ ,,,,, c o t i! t I! is.-.7-. 7. -2-;'= o ,"ilz.s" 8,.) [,777i.. 5' 7=1/ e -o::.. t/.- Al., Sig;o-z 4-0 o .....;.W - Le -v 2, e, =--L 4i--I -29ei&"Ze 3 4\Z zzC_ 2. 4 4 e-i - ý 49 ..law UN THI.fS ý 5 TA-T--, A.... f./-: I-- 1 I 11'-"......... I 11 ~ II ýy WEL;Y= --. a =Zýhd 1 - a! 11 t. t I 1p I fig 7' 77 7_?'. Siil: 1 70 S,..77., z: < Sd: "" TI T ~.. i3'L C. ko B 6,?zop. _. 114-It -,T- a - I I -Al I I &: ,-,I ii Title: Map of Wyoming Township 6N 12W Keywords: N.L. Avery; D. Carpenter; Indian Mounds; A.N. Norton; James Roys; Fish Pond; Station; Mrs. A. Wilson; Rufus Corkins; D. Carpenter; F. DeYoung; J. DeYoung; I. LeRoy; Mrs. S. McEwan; Grand River; Chicago & Mich. Lake Shore R.R.; P. Davis; G.H. White & Co.; C.W. Coit; Plaster Mill; E.A. Burlingame; Kola; Kump; J. Van der Leest; M.H.; C.S.N.; R.&S.; F.W.; J. Rumsey; L. Vanderstolpe; F. Nagle; P. Kervin; D. Sullivan; Mrs. H. Fitzpatrick; A. Peen; N. Stevens; C.W. Smith; Levi Broths.; C.W. Griggs; Sikkobos; E.W.; C.S.; C. Williams; W.; I.J.; White; A.J.D.; H.S.; N.D.; T. Whalen; Mrs. Lynch; M.H.; J. McC.; J.S. Lynch; N.L. Avery; J. McCarty; J. Woody; Keurn; M. Lynch; Lynch; Mrs. Hogun; J.F. Dyke; H.O. Weston; S. Snyder; W. Manwaring; J.&E. Boyland; H.O. Weston; Roys Creek; E.&R.E. Davis; J.G. Davis; M. Roys; J.B. Horton; G.W. Corkins; R.O. Corkins; W. Corkins; A. Corkins; J. Porter; H.P. Edwards; W.I. Evans; B. Shrickma; L. Boerma; O. Corkins; J. Porter; B. DeBoer; J.F. Porter; K. Whelan; E. Feakins; E. Whelan; J.C. Rogers; M. Whelan; D. Dailey; D. O’Brien; J.S. Farr; Plaster Cr.; Mrs. Backus; G.R. Valley R.R.; E. Feakins; G. Burleigh; J. Albert; W.R. Cady; T.G.; S. Powell; E. Welsh; B. Bachler; R.J. Sytzma; G.W. Griggs; J.D. Charles; Rush Cr.; H.&L.J.; E.&R.E. Davis; W. Gallaway; H. Wilder; J. Bogard; G. Osterhouse; Grandville; Grist M.; M.O.; R. Makkas; H.O. Weston; V.; F.; M.; B.; L.; C.W.; B.H.; G. Hummer; Race; J. Gray; L.B. Hamilton; I. Horton; J. Snyder; A. Arnold; M. Coats; S. Kiefer; M. McManard; J.W. Smith; S. Van Manen; J. Minecy; F.&R.E. Davis; O.P.; Hine; C. Farrand; K. Whipple; J. Stoneburner; D.E. Stoneburner; Cummings; M. Dutmer; O. Farrell; L.G. Farrand; R.O.L.; J.W. Newhall; G. Cole; P. Stalsenberg; Armstrong; G.L. Hubbard; H. Southworth; D. Fisher; M. Smith; M. Hook; M. Whelan; N. Alexander; M. Whelan; Suddick; B.A.&L.R. Marsac; K. Whelan; J.W. Van Blaricum; J.C. Rogers; Green & Co.; C.E. Stevens; Henstrau; Mrs. M.A. Beals; Cyrus Jones; J.W. Pennell; J.L.; Richardson; A. Godwin; W. Van Stinson; B.; T. Dodge; G.T.; J. Dooge; R. Moor; A. Palmer; B. Degroot; D. Rankin; Mrs. H. Hammond; A.D. Rankin; H. Marston; Otis Bounta; T. Caldwell; Grand River Valley; Plaster Co.; Plaster Mill; T. Bulliment; Grandville Plaster Co.; Merriman; J. Noel; E. Hinsdill; W.B. Caldwell; R.P. Noel; Mrs. M. Quirk; S. Kiefer; T. McPoland; I. Horton; A.B. Knapp; J. Hynes; J. Whalen; T. Skelly; Mrs. E. Barr; J. Davis; Saw M.; E. Dewey; C.R. Stewart; J. Baragar; A. Oles; Buck Creek; E. Dewey; Alex Rodgers; W. Frost; D. Fisher; N. Kramer; W.V.; Teeple; Mrs. O.B. Fisher; Jas. W. Smith; Mrs. M. June & H. French; G.L. Hubbard; S. Hubbard; A.L.T. Bush; W.S. Hughs; J. Hughs; Coon; Packard; L. Fonger; J. Dennis; Grand Rapids & Indiana R.R.; H. Hopper; H. Marston; M.A. Barker; G.D. Lane; A. Wolf; R.; E. Hooper; Mary J. Hopper; D. Hopper; W. Manwaring; A. Widrig; F.&M. Watlon; N.F. Wolf; A. Wolf; N. Shoemaker; P. Quinn; W. Howlett; Jane Howlett; N. Shoemaker; A. Salmon; G.B. Wilson; A. Arnold; Mrs. E. Courtright; A. Cunningham; Mrs. O.B. Fisher; I. Horton; Mt.; F. Wood; Jas. Snyder; L.S.&M S.R.R. Kal. Div.; E. Dewey; J.W. Thomas; E. Whelan; Old Saw Mill; D. Fisher; I.D. Hazen; Jas. Crosby; H.G. Reed; J. Hixon; L. Engle; Fisher, Reed, others; C. Hayes; W. Frost; H.G. Red; J.W. Converse; S. Walters; Kellogg Creek; C.C. Hildreth; J. Albright; E. Yeomans; E.G Hale; A. McInroy; A. Wolf; F. Hanley; t. Hand; W. Howlett; E. Yeomans; A. Salmon; J.W. Mills; C.H. Brown; Mrs. E. Ryman; M. Hart; Mrs. L.A. Cooper; E. Foote; H. Saddler; C.A. Brown; W.P. Brown; J.W.; H.H. Brainard; W. Bement; A. Utter; F. Utter; H. Jewell; A. Emmons; D. Bescard; J.R. Retan; J.W. Mills; Schleif; . Willey; J.R. Moor; D.K. Emans; W.K. Emmons; A.C. White; J.T. Emmons; H.H. Paine; J. Weiting; J.R. Kilburn; N. Conway; K. Delaney; H,.J. Pfeifer; L. Rishow; J. Brudi; C. Kreigh; J. Morrell; F. Richards; L. Engel; W. Hoppe; D.McG.; G.B.; D. McGrain; C. McGrain; K. Delaney; O. Putt; C.A. Abel; M. Judd; C. Bishop; J. Bishop; J. Mansion; M. Pfeifer; M. Schleif; D. Fisher; Chas. Cutler; W.S. Crippen; C.A. Abel; W.A. Richards; Fisher’s Station; J. Morrell Note:

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Yoeman; E. Hale; L. Albright; Zimmer; J.H. Parr; J.B. Utter; J. Williams; J. Raugh; A. Fox; T. Albright; S. Parr; E.S.; I. Albright; H. Hartzig; M.T. Pratt; G. Vannest; W. Taggard; J.C. Brudi; North Byron; A.S.; Scudder; A.J. Palmer; A.T. Lovejoy; W.P. Wilson; C. Brudi; A. Retan; R. Coon; H. Hertzig; H. Kellogg; C. Hester; G.W. Knight; T. Gilbert; R. Coon; S. Marshall; W.P. Whitney; H.&M. Pfyffer; T. Gilbert; J. Marshall; A. Jones; A. Forbes; J. Whitney; R.F. Hanes; W. Hitzart; F. Pysher; S. Marshall; J. Hanes; E. Marshall; J.R. Long; C. Cetch; C. Jones; M.B. Anderson; W.D. Ludington; N.W. Northrup; W.B. Ledyard; A. Bailey; R.J. Smith; Geo. Moorman; O.B. Moorman; W.T. Moorman; J. Phillips; P. Farlan; J. Liberty; J. Landis; J. Mulholland; P. Horton; J. Landis; W. Tibbel; P. Malinn; H. Hartzig; M.W. Gibbs; J. Horton; J. Skinner; W.F. Boynton; G.W. Godfrey; W.&L. Judson; D. Skinner; H. Boynton; D. Phelo; R.F. Stevens; S.A. McKenney; J.B. Tucker; R.F. Stevens; Z. Smith; A.B. Smith; A.J. Coburn; W. Peters; J. Irwin; G. Holmes; J.B. Tucker; A. Ewing; A.S. Terrell; A.P. Terrell; J.A. Lilly; W.W. Thomas; P. Shield; E. Seymour; J.A. Lilly; L. Winchester; C.W.W. E.A. Smith; L.L. Miller; J. Lilly; A.H. Crocker; N.L. Crocker; F.B. Foote; C. Tobey; L.H. Foote; A.&F.B. Foote; F. Winters; I.D. Hazen; I. Force; C.L. Tobey; F. Winters; A. Whittam; H. Rawlings; J. Lamiegan; J.P. Sharpe; R. Elwell; L. Elwell; N. Folkerstmr; J. Phillips; F. Gould; J. Watts; J. Pitch; S. Landis; R. Cutler; C. Barney; J. Heibel; H. Shaver; S.A. McKenney; J. Franz; W. Drinkall; D. Hartman; C. Gibbs; A. Wedgwood; J. Davidson; D. Irwin; S.A. McKenney; W. Eldridge; J. Concidone; S.A. McKenney; F. Hall; H.E. Thompson; I.R. Thompson; E.G. Warner; L.L. Belden; R. Jackson; O.A. Smith; W. Baker; H. Smith; A.J. Terrell; Jno. Terrell; W. Colley; J. Marritt; W. Marritt; J.L. Winchester; H.E. Sadler; J. Ledger; Geo. W. Cook; A.H. Crocker; N.W. Crocker; J.C. Winchester; H. Higby; S. Crocker; B.L. Loomis; Ball & McKee; J. Collens; Kitchen; H. Fralick; J. Burgi; Dunn; H. Huff; S. Pelton; A.J. Pelton; Kitchen; D. Thompson; N.J. Kenyon; H.R. Kenyon; R. Moorman; M.R. Bodinger; J. Simons; J. Weidenfeller; P. Debri; P. Geitzen; J. Drinkall; G. Blaine; A. Green; J. Homrich; E. Ide; O. Roszel; J.K. McKenney; E. McKenney; G. Lilley; T. Hirst; Byron Center; S.S. Towner; F.A. Warren; J.J. Carpenter; S.U. Towers; W. McConnell; D.D. Westcott; W. Westcott; I. Marrett; W. Ledger; L.C. Cooper; L.A. Cooper; H.M. Hathaway; B.F. Stephens; A. Willard; L.L. Hickox; S.L. Briggs; W.E. Reed; S.O. Williams; E. Blackshield; A.J. Cook; J.E. Moore; G.R.&I.R.R.; J. Williams; W.E. Reed; E. Norman; N. Gilbert; C.W. Johnson; D. Jaycar; G.L. Williams; A.M. Flanery; Wm. Dias; W. Harman; P. Wolf; E. McKenney; J. Wolf Jun.; P. Wolf; M. Schoendorf; J. Homrick; Jno. Miller; B. Wolf; M. Corey; E. Endraes; B. Ball; G.E. Corey; C. Wedgwood; W. Hickox; J.A. Norris; I. Winegar; W.W. Adams; N.P. Ball; O. Ide; H. 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Co-ok 8) III SCPeri-n-ey 432 US ]%ntney Sc t-' e r Cr -s'o W'X~x~e, U C~tti&2Z9S I I L -L 11 - L 5t-> -....................... FARM RESIDENCE OF' GE~oR'GE VAN NEST ESQ.BYRON Th KE:NT COMICH. FARM RESIDENJCE OFr RR.JONE.S ESQ.GA IPNEs T'p KENT C'o. Mictii --OWN I Title: Map of Gaines Township 5N 11W Keywords: G.G. Graves; A. Kelly; J. Cutler; H. Comtobed; H. Hendrick; W.B. Ewing; J. Martin; J.I. Cutler; C.H. Moore; N. Tanner; W. Hendrick; H. Williams; J. Williams; R. Guild; Spring; C.L. Shoemaker; A.L. Bouck; Jos. Blain; J.R. Blain; C.L. Shoemaker; Mrs. E. Kelley; N. Kelley; F.K. W.H. Solomon; F. Kelley; S.P.; E. Demund; Hewett; E. Vangucker; M. Wise; H. Knapp; J. Leigh; S.M.; N. Brewer; E. Demund; T. Huntley; Chas. Anderson; J. Mayer; Mrs. M. Woodward; Mrs. M. Coppernell; F. Welty; J. Hanna; V.R. Kilmer; S. Laferer; P. Shehan; J. Cary; C. Butterfield; S. Loveless; W.B. Woodward; O.H. Holly; J. Holly; C. Church; J.T. Sharp; I. Hazen; W.R.; C.R.; H. Hickocks; D. Richardson; P. Lybeck; E. Madden; B. Slover; E. Reed; F. Gellett; G.R. Bates; J. Hawkins; Coopers; I.W. Tyson; C.L. Shoemaker; M.Z. Vandercook; A. Brewer; W.J. Hardy; H.C. Hammond; S. Clark; D.C. Arnold; Springs; A. Brewer; F. Brewer; W.R. Bainbridge; A. Brewer; Frank Brewer; W. Prost; E. Monsau; A. Jacox; L. Monsau; Plaster Creek; W. Frost; W. Overholt; A. Dickerman; Hammond P.O.; S.A. Hammond; Mrs. A. Solomon; Plaster Creek; J.E. Woods; H. Wismer; S. Hammond; L. Ludbury; W. Overholt Jr.; E.M. Jones; A. Zelner; D. Cole; J.T. Sharp; A.J. Pelton; W.H. Budlong; T. Blain; L. Cook; Fish P.; B. Greenman; Spring; A. Brainard; R.R. Jones; G. Cook; Orson Cook; Ira Cook; H. Kelley; N.B. Clemens; A. Cassel; John Leatherman; M. Freeman; A.B. Cassel; W.S.; B. Shop; P. Waldron; C. Gill; I. Gill; F. Drake; S. Gill; A. Merraw; N. Moyer; N. Lynn; C.B. Keefer; J. Kennedy; C.J. Keefer; C.B. Keefer; W.W. Solomon; M. Eyer; E. Monsau; J. Kennedy; E.L. Hammond; H. Hammond; J. Zelner; J.O. Hammond; J. Schooley; R. Zelner; M. Herick; W. Welch; A.B. Shetler; A. Bragg; Williams; G.L. Williams; J. Ross; W.H. Blain; P. Ross; G. Barber; John Dias; Jas. Dias; H. Bloss; C.H. Finton; J. Leibler; O. Bowman; F. Hyde; P. Woolcott; O. Dodge; C.H. Finton; H. Garber; E. Johnson; J. Leatherman; M. Grose; B. Shop; S.C. Buck; A. Jacox; S. Snyder; C.W. Kelley; W. Brower; R. Sherington; H.H. Wilber; A. Huff; N. Geib; D. Klingman; J. Schooley; H. Eyerman; J. Cooley; Cem.; Jacob Klingman; A. Woods; M. Mehan; H.D. Witmer; J. Myers; A. Brower; J. Brower; J. Mathewson; J. Heier; J.M.; J. Lane; M. Rosenburg; I. Hazen; Corinth P.O. & Store; K. Hanna; Orrisa Lake; S.J. Crocker; M. Brown; D. Dias; M. Holley; W. Loomis; Spring; R.C. Sessions; J.S. Reynolds; W.T.A.; F. Brown; M. Bowen; W.T. Allen; Mary Bowman; J. Brown; A.C. Bowman; C. Rosenberg; H. Heintz; S. Bowman; O. Bowman; A. Williams; E.C. Bowman; W. Kelley; L. Solomon; W. Winkler; A. Winkler; J.M. Hanna; F. Deurstine; J.T. Crumback; Mud Lake; J. Klopfenstein; W. Hanna; A. Detray; C. Crumback; John K. Klingman; L. Miller; W. Malone; S. Crumback; C. Bosh; O.G. Vanlew; P. Vanlew; J.H. Brown; M. McCarthy; O.A. Riggs; John Vanlew; O.P. Carpenter; O. Brown; P. Bowen; P. Woods; L. Luneca; S.J. Crocker; Geo. Quinsey; H.M. Detroy; C. Burton; C.S. Gannon; P. Woods; J. Clark; W.B. Pickett; E.W. Ryno; J. Wernette; G.W. Crumback; C. Rosenberg; S.B. Negus; J. Colborn; W.B. Pickett; C. Clemens; W. Bowman; J. Bowman; J.A. Rogers; J. Ankney; J. Griffen; A. Brearly; C. Cook; C. Crumback; I. Griffin; A. Hoover; E.C. Cross; Chas. Low; C. Johnson; G. Hinzeman; F. Shifles; J. Winters; S.C. Fertney; S. Fertney Note:

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B ~-----.P BI - I ' - G `J~~ L78 ~. I 'I ~ i: h Ui "3, ilil -t------- e o r\] 4 /9 ti 9 i7ao-Pa~L I ~jnl ~its4"~ atSP j Wr t %" L iv I FE 1 % 1 asz-y a Z!:P-;rYY/M'T-. i:a,d"iL~SN~ 09 G, ~. i; m " C1 g nl hQ 81 VCC Title: Map of Caledonia Township; Alaska; Caledonia Station 5N 10W Keywords: C. Butterfield; M. Marimon; Wenger; E. Hammond; A. Schantz; H. Schantz; A. Dettwiler; C. Ruhs; G. Shantz; Jas. Nulty; A. Strock; G.B. Kraft; B.A. Petted; M. Riordan; J. Kilinartin; C. Eagan; M. Coran; T. Boynton; K. Eagan; L. McIntyre; E.P. & S.L. Fuller; B. Gill; Nancy Moffat; D.S. Haviland; E.D. Parker; Eunice; D. Morrison; Wm. McConnell; W.H. Brown; E.W. Colvin; R.J. Dean; J.W. Stevens; A. Spitzer; Jas. Clark; R. Barris; H. Jackson; W.H. Brown; E.P. & S.L. Fuller; W. Barris; J. Peet; L.S.; Wm. B. Croninger; H.S.; A. Sears; Mary A. Weston; J. Fairchild; G. Broadbent; H. Fairchild; W. Lind; A. McNeil; L. White; J. Suttle; A. Dettwiler; C. Ruhs; G. Shantz; A. Angel & Son; Mrs. Eldridge; J.M. Troy; J. Wood; G. Robbins; P.D. Steiner; J. Schmalz; D. Fox; Ed. Eldridge; E. Troy; J.M. Troy; P. Sheean; D. Eldridge; P. Knickerbocker; R. Robinson; Smyrrk; H. Buckingham; J. Denfenbaker; J. Joles; A. Stoner; S. Kilmer; W.S. Hale; P. Clyne; I. Hunt & N. Peck; Martin; C.J. Eldridge; S. Brown; S. Richards; S.P. Martin; Alaska; W.H. Brown; G. Brown; A. Singer; Mary J. Buell; J. Workman; A. McNeil; E. Campage; J. Pattison; J.J. Pattison; W. Jackson; Buck Lake; J.W. Warner; E. Buck; B. Ellis; T.B.; A. Zelner; A.B. Schickler; Mrs. P. Smith; D. Martin; P.D. Steiner; C. Wenger; I. Wenger; J. Browbecker; J. Ruhs; A.G. Sherk; S.S. Glazier; Gulan; Giger; A.W. Stowe; H. Palmer; S. Apsey; C.H.; C. Dunham; Cusick; W. White; H. Sherk; J. Sherk; E.M. Pierson; W. Richards; E. Richards; Harriet Linsley; H. Linsley; Jno. Harper; W.H. Brown; F. Sears; R. Le Clear; W.H. Smith; A. Hill; T. Sewell; A. Hawkins; M. Shinamon; W.R. Jones; J. Cooley; D.W. Dutcher; G.N. Cooley; E. Champau; R. Stevens; M. Whitney; S. Colburn; O.R. Smith; Mrs. N. Loomis; Jno. Scott; T. Dygert; H. Jamison; S. Houck; Chloe Bateman; J.&H. Scott; J.C. Troy; Mrs. J. Troy; E.M. Troy; Mrs. M. Karrar; Cath. Brown; A. Break; M. Moloney; C. Tim; J. Ammon; S. Sherk; A.B. Shark; S. Kraft; C. Erwin; E. Peet; A.C. Smith; Geo. Kraft; J. Seibert; M. Sherk; S.M.; G.M.; G. McConnell; J. McConnell; W.A. Peet; C.&H.S. Winks; D.P. Hale; E.V. Pratt; P. Bayles; J. Croninger; T. Buck; A. Lybarker; L. Carpenter; M. Croninger; T. Buck; L. Carpenter; R. Kibble; R. Bruton; L.M. Culver; W.L. Wood; V. Vincent; C. Bateman; J. Murray; E. Riley; I. Burgy; L. Whiteford; J. Kinsey; I. Kinsey; P. Statsick; J. Brower; M. Moloney; J. Creager; M. Johnson; J. Leibler; I. Dettwiler; Emmons L.; H. Halreigel; C.B.; C.E.; Caledonia Station; J. Myers; H. Begerow; N.; Kinsey; R. Gregor; J.H.; M. Wilson; G.H. Richards; S. Martin; J. Dettwiler; S.P. Martin; Lovejoy; G. Sanborn; W. Baker; Thornapple River; N. Kinsley; Miller & Brown; O. Rathun; Wenzel; L. Roland; S.S. Boyce; A. Tobey; L.C. Rathbun; C.B. Barber; L. Rowland; G. Winks; J. Hackett; Marg’t Butler; Cem.; J.&W. Dwyer; Barbar L.; J. McGeary; J. Butler; A.D. Thomas; Green; W. Divine; P. Bruton; C. Reynolds; G. Decker; J.H.; L. Scott; T. Newens; L. Scott; c. Begerow; F. Schenefeld; H. Wismer; J. Brock; P. Stetzick; J. Cheesebrough; J. Glick; C. Nathe; J. Betzter; H. Schiedel; I.T. Stauffer; C. Peters; J. Myers; O. Dodge; D. Snider; G. Wilson; J.W. Shisler; C. Babcock; W. Harrison; D.M. Stauffer; J.W. Sline; J.E. Brewbaker; L. Bowman; A. Stouffer; J.O. Connor; G. Rosenberger; E. Scott; J.B. Proctor; R.G. Culver; F. Mead; R.G. Culver; P. Tobey; Hubbard & Co.; Marg’t Butler; Anna Lowe; Sarah E. Welton; A. Baker; L. Baker; A.D. Thomas; R. Guest; Wm. Butler; G.G.; Water St.; North St.; Thornedolf River; Race; S.M.; Maple St.; Chestnut St.; Church; Main St.; School House; Cemetery; Emmons Lake; Cem.; North St.; Cemetery St.; Oak St.; Church St.; Lake St.; Emmons St.; Center St.; G.R.V.R.R.; Kingsley St.; West St.; South St. Note:

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Page  27 A t --,,,, f - - _ ^ ___- " _ q ^ ^. ^ B^ ^ t * _ ~.^^. ^ _ ^ _<g ^ I ^-y a 2,1/7 ^ ^ wit/tci ~ V ~!,.i> ' \ ' ^ 1,' Fs \ ^. / X --*x3 |!.^~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~------- (~1-.. _ - - -. ^ ~ _ _ s'| _ M i. I* i f iji~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~a T%4N| * ^ '^ '__\ ",.y~^ ~^s ~. I^i^ [3 ' ^ II' w // ^ '~t ^ s.^. ^ ^^ * ^*'- -^t-^ ^ ^^ ^ ^ ^v-^' p7* 34N,fi^ 4k"t ^ "^^(^ ~7S L~^^ ^ ^-^ ^ -t / g. 77 1-4 - ^^ - ^ '^$ _ ^ ^ _! ~ w -*-^ < - j ^^u |8 S'S'~s' "T T <. y '- ^j~ r' ^-."'.,- - -^.i. i, B'-1Z* vS '~u3 9~ --' * --^-^^ i ei^-^.' ~ ^ | >;.~ ^ "*y _^i_"!*~Jr^ \^ 7 ' ^* *-;' ^ -'f |% ' I ^] '''^^^^ ^ " | B ^ ' F^. ' ^7~ s'ts--/ f^?.. ' /"' f ^ ^ ^ ^ o - {L11) M \ t ^i^ fe ^ 1 ^ ^ ^1 ~.~ 'A ^ * ' ^ - u~p~nv^ ^ ^.* 1^ -'' |;lb Title: Map of Bowne Township 5N 9W Keywords: O.P. Peets; W.H. Lina; C. Peets; L. White; G.W. Lind; G. Winslow; J. Bridge; W.H. Stone; H. Neilans; W.H. Andrews; J.J. Campbell; P.A. Clark; J. Fleming; A. McDonald; J.G. Spooner; W.S. Hale; H. Neitans; W.H. Stewart; J. Miller; Alto P.O.; D. Skidmore; W.P. Miller; W.T. Remington; Mrs. C. Skidmore; J. Draper; Mrs. Lucy McVein; M. Livingston; J.P. Myers; E. Loree; J. Lawyer; P. Lee; D. Hamilton; F. Rittenger; J. Rittenger; F. Kalgus; G. Bash; L.D. Fry; G. Wieland; C. Richardson; W. Lot; G.D. King; J. Stazicz; J. Leece; Maria Ellis; W. Shears; T. Broadbent; R.C. Stevens; D. Ross; W. Cooper Jr.; G. Chatterdon; Mrs. Kenyon; J. Cobb; Mrs. Kenyon; J. Banham; S. Hull; I. Gardner; D. McEwent; J. Cobb Jr.; State Land; W.P. Perrin; J. Cobb; E. Lyons; r. White; E. Truax; J. Stevenson; C. Palmer; S. Timpson; C. McCall; H. McVein; H. Myers; F. Coppens; J. Timpson; I. Gardner; M. Bouldard; Mrs. Thompson; A. Church; B.S. Thompson; G. Cudihy; B. White; J. Lawyer; C. Klahn; F. Leece; J. Yudor; G.E. Bartlett; S. Yudor; J. Weaver; P.K. Thomas; G.E. Bartlett; E.S. Kimes; K. Taylor; A. Stahl; C. Hoffman; F.B. Thompson; T. Dygert; E. Scott; H. Jemison; M. Manchester; H. Jemison; E.R. Larkins; Larkins Lake; Wm. Cooper; T. Parker; I. Colby; J. McGinness; W. Hobbs; C. Case; R. Van Dyke; C. Livingston; L. Wilson; E.P. Fuller; J. White; J. Coppens; E.A. Bunker; J. Morris; E. Perkins; W. Perkins; A. Hill; E. Truax; A. Stark; H. Stark; J.C. Johnson; Bowne Center P.O.; A. Hill; J. Aldrich; I. Green; J. Smith; I. Wilcox; A. McDiarmid; J.W. Morgan; O.L. Johnson; O.F. Bunker; B. Wright; H. Bentler; W. Gibson; R. Smith; J. Burkholder; C. Pool; J.A. Gibson; J. Yudor; B. Burkhalder; L.B. Tyler; S. Weaver; J. Koffman; C. Combs; J. Henry & A. Foster; L. Light; Larkins Lake; R. Bowler; P. Curley; J.O. Herron; R. McArthur; C. Livingston; C. Shepard; T. McCulla; A. McNaughton; P. Leonard; G. Warner; L. Warner; W. Gourgerty; F. Cuyhendall; J.J. McNaughton; G. Hatton; W. Watts; A.L. Coons; A.F.; C. Headworth; Z.J. Godfrey; J.L. Godfrey; N.C. Johnson; S. Johnson; R. Johnson; C. Headworth; L. Hatton; Mrs. E. Warner; J.C. Johnson; J. McDiarmid; J.M. Nash; C. Lacy; J. McConnell; S. Furtney; A.S. Deming; A.L. Coons; Mrs. E.J. Van Dorn; N. Vanderwalker; L. Ford; C. Keller; J. Blough; J. Pardee; S. Spicher; W. Glasgow; W. O’Brien; T. Handlin; L. O’Brien; A.D. Thomas & P. Bruton Hrs.; A. McNaughton; D. McNaughton; A.D. Thomas; C. Shepard; J.D. Sinclair; J. Porritt; G.M.; B.S.; Harris Creek Store; W. Thomas; J. Anderson; H.D.T.; D.H.; P. Goggins; J. Porritt; C. Smith; A. Smith; A. Evans; J. Lahr; E. Flynn; T. Huntington; J.R. Thompson; A.E. Lee; N. Doty; H. Lowe; W. Porritt; W.H. Lee; B.J. Lee; J. Nightlinger; J.W. Kline; A.R. Tyler; J.L. Simpson; M. Wytz; L. Phillips; H. Thompson; M. Druce; M.A. Holcomb; C.L. Coppens; G. Gingrich; G.S. Grumbach; W. Helreigel; A.K.; G. Karcher; J.S. Walton; J.P. Spicher; S. Zelher; J.S. Walton; W.S. Bouck; G. Foster; C.J. Klock; O’Badgergo; Mrs. Silcox; W. Thomas; W.J. Thomas; J. McCarthy; T. Barnes; H. Huttle; C. Kelley; J. McDonald; C. Kelley; H. Huttle; J. McCarthy; J.W. Jordon; J. Murther; F.E. Tuttle; G. McCarthy; P. Dooley; R. Kibble; A.R. Tyler; B. Flynn; E.T. Chester; B. Goggins; A. Tyler; Coldwater River; J. Hardwick; J.C. Baker; A. Knowlton; A. Fox; J Fox; C. Shepard; J. Evans & J. Bailey; J.M. Evans; J. Miller; J. Tims; H.B. Peace; G.J. Giger; B. Bailey; L. Weaver; E. Bergy; J. Carpenter; J.L. Rousch; J.H. Richardson; A.C. Clemens; H.W. Clemens; L.D. D.R. Note:

Page  28 LL, 03 R4 Sal ---------- FA 40 Tvd A7 'tAT9' d t4ý ýc A Zii(;77 GIS 0-17 NtW 'dr.- coý TII ýqw_ Al S) '714 16ý 019 eLl. Title: Map of Alpine Township 8N 12W Keywords: W. Hyler; M.H.; Cranberry Lake; J.W. Field; A.J. Rogers; A. Betterly; S. Dean; L. Betterly; G.W. Rogers; J. Field; J.A. Saur; L. Murray; J.J. Buck; N. Fitch; C. Brown; J. Huron; Marsh; A. Burtch; D. Miller; Nelson Cummings; J. Blacklock; C. Anderson; W. Anderson; W.H. Stevenson; I. Pease; E. Cummings; S.B. Hawley ; S.L. Thurston; H.S. Church; C.B. Field; E. English; B.D.; D.M.; A. McD.; S. Field; D. Smith; J. Edison; S. Smith; Hancy L. Bailey; E. English; M. Haase; J.R.; F.&J. Hinebeck; B.B. Wood; J. Bullard Hrs.; T.W. Collins; C.W. Andras; R.R. Pressey Hrs.; W. West; Martha P. West; B.D.; A.G. Hall; A.J. Wilson; A. House; A. Thorp; N. Armock; J.H. Card; M. Zimmer; W. Brown; L. Turner; W. Fitzjeraids; J.C. Wilson; A.J. Pugh; C. Saur; Jas. Pugh; Mar McClain; G.W. Hooker; E. Darling; J.E. Johnson; J.B. Perksin; A. Saur; H. Burtch; R. Blanchard; I. Cranmer; F. Brewer; M. Sencer; W. Porter; A.C. Bennett; A. Schmeet; J.J. Holmes; L.A. Fuller; W. Ruthardt; E.W. Fuller; C. Hency; G. Ruthardt; A. Andor; H. Stevenson; J.E. Johnson; E. Schindler; M. Alberts; J. Fogle; J. Campbell; W. Waddell; J.D. Wadkins; J. Ebers; L.S.C.; W.P. Patching; J. Root; G. Root; B. Mead; C. Mead; F.&J. Hinebeck; Grand Rapids Newaygo & L.S.R.R.; C. Krupp; Wm. Mead; B. Crevling; Mead L.; I.W. Stanley; Pleasant P.O.; J. Mathews; E. Cazier; P.F. Mathwes; J.R. Coffee; A.J. Wilkinson; G. Saur; J.K. Brown; J. Coffee; R. Blanchard; J. Boyd; J. Preston; G.W.D. Miller; W. Fitch; J.A. Snowden; J. Hill; C. Dole; L. Williams; J.A. Snowden; Mrs. Chambers; A. Chase; E.M. Eddeys Hrs.; F.E. Waterman; C. Waterman; A. Downer; P. Ruthardt; J. Snyder; P. Rusche; G.M. Ruthardt; M. Thomas; M. Ramsdell; C. Isham; A. Rushie; Wm. Hillerbrand; J. Volbert; J. Baikeman; B.F. Bacan; W.C. Dowling; M. Thomas; S. Forholey; S. Ball; H. Neihans; A.H. Hill; J.E.; C. West; J. Toms; Winton; Griss Mill; Cem.; P. Roach; A.&N. Crevling; Saw mill; J. Toms; A.P. Collar; C.D. Fish; H. Ross; W. Rice; J. Cooper; H. Cole; J.I. Klink; J.C. Wilson; R. Gooding; S. Gooding; A.A.G.; F.H. Haynes; H.A. Greenly; E. Bassett; R. Williams; L. Williams; J. Ganoe; H.B. Porter; D. Conklin; Benton Hrs.; D. Porter; J. Morse; F. Haynes; A. Bechting; D. Herrick; Ed. A. Wheeler; W.W. Wheeler; M. Pitch; C.C. Comstock; E. Hammersmith; S. Forholy; F. Shidell; E.J. Fox; H. Stevens; P. Ruthardt; S. Forholy; Wm. Bechting; A.H. Hills; s. Forholz; H. Niehous; N. Norton; N. Switzer; M. Bolin; A.H. Hills; D.M.A.; Alpine Sta. & P.O.; P.B. Porter; J. Norton Hrs.; A. Ryan; G.W. Dickinson; D. Smith; W.F. Rice; A.R. Turner; J. McConnell; W.O. Brien; W. Broughton; A. Baranosky; J. Roe; A. Host; H. Albee; C. Lilleybridge; A. Hopkins; N. Hopkins; E.P. Camp; Brick Tavern P.O.; H.H. Rogers; P.S. Smith; G. Hopkins; S.M. Pearsall; A.M. Smith; L. Hopkins; L.C. Gray; E.T. Brown; J. Morse; J.F. Arbor; J. Morse; C.E. Wells; & Geo. Stautter; H.A. Dennison; G. Gill; C.L. Rogers; A. Williams; W. Helton; Yeckel & McNill; M. Koehlin; J. Yost; F. Yeckal; P. Thoma; W. Cordes; C. Cordes; S. Shaffer; B. Shaffer; M. Bolin; P. Huewer; E. Cordes; M. Rider; N. Getter; J. Cordes; C. Cordes; A. Dutton; L. West; P. Welch; J. Miller; M. Wever; J. Koch; M.O. Brien; D.O. Brien; M. Casey; J.O. Brien; A.H. Leland; L. Withey; J. Plowman; F. Lilleybridge; C. Brown; J. Griner; O. Gree; R. Cummings; B. Mohl; C. Monroe; C.W. Monroe; E. Miner; F. Southwick; L. Hopkins; N.C. Wright; M. Tabor; H.D. Wedge; G.W. Wedge; E. Manley; L. Johnson; M.P. Dole; S.J. McCollum; J.C. Wilson; P. Blood; P. Thoma; J. Bullen; W. Hilton; J. Weaver; B. Sleick; E. Cordes; C.W. Jenks; T. Martindale; W. Birdsall; H. Olish; P. Sower; N. Schweitzer; C. Hency; J. Platte Hrs.; A. Sower; S. Deiss; W.H. Withey; T.E. Clark; M. Bennett; F. Seymour; J. Platte Hrs.; L.J. Mentzer; E.H. Buttler; Hockmouth; N.W. Stowell; Englishville Note:

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Page  31 4/Z2/7l27C& rA' (2k -977 - c5j/%es ~9 *1.OWN.- ~'........~<7-..*~~ 7. WIV, Title: Map of Plainfield Township 8N 11W Keywords: Wm. Mapes; W.H. Goff; Mrs. S. Lovell; W. Cornell; E.E. Brown; H. Peckham; J. Root; C. House; C. Howard; Mrs. S.A. Andrews; R.P. Devore; R. Hodges; C. House; H.W. Condon; S.O. Kingsbury; Pickerel Lake; Mrs. S. Meek; S. Johnson; M. Merryhew; Clear L.; C. House; A. House; Duck L.; B. Eldred; J.H. Martin; Mrs. J. Harris; G. Pope; Jesse Upson; Mrs. Prichard; B. Meek; O. Headley; N. Rice; Jesse Upson; J.C. Upson; A. Wise; R. Thomas; H.B. Thomas; P. Brownell; J.W. Baker; W.W. Baker; C. Meek; P. Brownell; G. Hutchings; R. Hutchings; Mrs. D.C. Bailey; H.K. Bailey; Geo. Curtis; E. Banker; A.M. Hurrett; J. Kenney; J. Grummet; Geo. Deere; Jas. Brownell; S. Gross; H.B. Childs; Childs Paper Mill; Wm. Wall; E.M. Hall; P. Austin; Porter; Judson; Saw Mmill; M. Loyd; C. Van Duzen; A.L. Pickett; J. Skillinger; R. Duffey; N. Welch; R.S.A.; E.T. Fisher; M. Gais; Mrs. Collins; McC.; L.C. Austin; J.B. Reynolds; J. Skinner; H. Cross; A. Hyde; O.F. Hyde; O.F. Hyde; H. Skinner; J.S.; Wellbrook; Mrs. Johnson; Mrs. Watkins; Wm. Barkley; S. Wright; R. Wright; W. Devore; Korreck; B. Crevling; C. Mashke; Pine Island Lake; Note: Title: Map of Plainfield Township 8N 11W Keywords: Wm. H. Snyder; E. Post; N. Finch; C. Post; Wm. Parks; Belsey Phelps; Sam’l Post; T. Sparks; L. Post; E.F.; John Jones; H.B. Thomas Mrs. S. Meek J. Dickerson; B.B. Miller; J. Crissman; J.H. Moore; G. Garlick; G. Dickerson; H. Moore; D. Filkins; Wm. Garlick; S.W. Garlick; E. Filkins; Filkins; H. Mahon; G.S. Curtisss; G.H. Outhouse; G. Webber; G. Brownell; M. Brooks; H.B. Childs; G. Wallace; C. Cranmer; C. Wilson; Cope & Andrews; Mrs. M. Carpenter; P.S. Clark; J. Reinshagen; S. Hicks; P.S. Clark; C. Eldred; D. Lemon; A.P. Collar; H. Ross; J. Cooper; Porter; E.G. Stowe; P. Vinton; N. Rice; B. Crevling; Geo. Smith; Dan’l Hayes; J. Watson; J. Rappleyae; Wm. Kent; W.W.; Anna Rappleyea; Jno. Miller; Edward Perry; E. Perry; D. Bolger; P. Post; J.G. Milburin; I. Post; Mrs. Pixley; I. Dickson; G. Morrell; S.M. Sage; K. Davis; F. Ecklesdafor; W.B. Pinkney; Belmont Sta.; R. Stiles; Riberts; O. Richardson; P.O.; T. Cranston; Hotel & Hall; Grand Rapids & Indiana R.R.; G. Cranston; Main Channel; Rouge River; Old Race; O. Kutsche; Jos. Meyers; J.H. Norris; J.S. Teneyck; Wm. Seott; Jos. Meyers; A. Rippy; S. Heges; J.P. Weller; S. Burleson; E. Billings; J. Solomon; L. Carpenter; O.E. Locke; M. Deglopper; H.K. Crissman; Geo. Gray; H.K. Crissman; H.K. Crissman; B.H. CAulton; Mrs. Parkhurst; R. Hayes; P. Arson; D.M.; S. Alves; J. Sculley; J. Stonehouse; T. Young; N. Young; G.H. Rice; J. Heath; D. Heath; A.D.W.; Stout; S. Stout; Mrs. J. Dutmer; H.C. Wrightman; J. Dutmer; D. Orcult; C.C. Heath; J. Hayes; T. Jennings; D. Orcult; Clement’s Sub. D.; S. Sullivan; Hayes; F.D. Perry; J. Clement; J. Coldner; F.D. Perry; I. Thomas; Grand River; G. Lawrence; L. Ecklesdafor; E. Ecklesdafor; D. Boyer; E. Ecklesdafor Jr.; H. Konkle; E. Konkle; T. Clark; N. Richardson; P. Dumas; B. Setson; H.M. Everett; Wm. Livingston; S.P.; W.L.G.; G.F. Treadwell; T.B. Haines; Herbert Everett; Geo. Miller; T. Clark; B.; N. Richardson; Plainfield; A.J. Richardson; Miss A. Russell; N. Richardson; M. Donolon; Toll Bridge; Austerlitz P.O.; J. Darling; C. Friant; Mrs. Jas. Clark; J. Brooks; C. Misner; Thos. Cowell; Mrs. Peck & Mrs. Crossman; J. Spaulding; J.D. Graves; Proposed G.R.&S.R.R.; A.W. Lameroaux; S.G. Allen; L. Bamerlnie; J. Myers; J. Kellogg; Wm. West; N. Paas; I. Davenport; A. Davenport; A. Richmire; Wm. West; Dr. E. Spaudling; S.S. Bailey; R.E. Wood; J.W. Taylor; H. Welling; W.B. Ledyard; James Miller; E. Knight; S. Shear; M.D. Shears; Jno. Shears; A. Miller; Mrs. E. Hall; G. Walker; W. Headworth; John Foley; N. Richardson; A.B. Brainard; A. Hendricksa; E.P. & S.L. Fuller; Jas. Crawford; Geo. Wells; R.&D. Wells; S. Frost; G. Fendellen; g. Smitter; W. Whalen; T.A. Hawthorn; M. Campbell; P. Burns; D. Burns; Bear Cr.; Mrs. M. Meryhew; P. Konkle; W. Brown; Eggleston; S.S. Bailey; J.R. Compton; Mill Creek; P.O.; H.D. Blumb; C.C. Comstock; Indiana Crossing; L.N. Wade; J.M. Hill; W. Watrous; N.R. & Wm. Johnson; S.S. Bailey; S. Woodworth; Sam’l Frost; W.B. Ledyard; Wm. Phillips; L.B. Stevens; M. de Bruyne; Orren Stevens; S. McK.; D.B. Elsbey; Dean Lake; Wm. Nason; Samuel Frost; Geo. Peel; T. Peel; H. Bramer; J. O’Donald; M. Murray; A.B. Brainard; J. Byrnes; Jas. Bookey; T. Hill; M. McGavin; LaBarge; S.J. Spaulding; A. Smith; J.H. Spaulding; J. Martin; J. Ball; W.J. Waterman; J. Powers; J. Cummings; F. Valair; Catharine Walsh; M. Ronan; C. White; Pat Riley; H. Riley Note:

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Page  35 !V1S~7C_--z~?1 Cu'~~~~M -CA~i~ Alh TN0SN 9.8 9 k A4 23~3 237 A f. o n t str o o k s h ' / ( Z' 7Z 63 ~ ~ 67-79 70i5 7 84 -'ti.io 7zot,- s. ] m IN 614-47 u 751 40~ l" Tlalyk,' -00 - s COn't wC--~' Sto ry 2021C CW.ActW40,40 -76 _____ ____________ _76 C- 404en 1 -S. SXf.rc 80~~l -2- lzsd' -~ 7' *40 60 H --0 -4~ -9 80' Cu 80 35 p\ 2-2 4 ---Bs e rJ. ~ l y 3 S tC ns t 4-0 14f~~'e sit1 07 0a~y a 1 NF- '- e r O ~ h r L z e r ~ y -~8 t13 9~ L7 -7 Title: Map of Grattan Township 8N 9W Keywords: A. Cowan; Cranberry Lake; S.C. Lester; W.J. Elkins; A.P. Cowan; E. Nugent; A. Ogalvie; H. Loomis; R.B. Cornell; John Scott; P. Casner; H. Willis; E.C. Smith; J. Berry; P. Kating; J. Mooney; P. Cowan; H.W.; L. Brooks; H. Lessiter; B. Story; W. Howard; S.F. Kennedy; P.M. Cauley; E. Smith; Pine Island Lake; J. Reid; A. Smith; W. Casner; J. Wilkinson; N. Smith; T. Byrne; M.C. Smith; Mary Norton; P.M. Tully; E.B. Edwards; M.C. Watkins; F.W. King; S. Ashley; J.B. Hall; E.B. Edwards; T. Reid; O. Webster; G.A. Wright; C. Wakeman; A. Wakeman; Jno. Rogers; J. Bush; Lake; J. Johnson; lS.B. Steel; Whitten; J. Whitton Jr.; J. Whitton; P. Casner; N. Casner; J. Casner; J. Curley; C.E. Henry; Muskrat Lake; A. Smith; F. Henry; H. Barrett; L.W. Matice; A. Smith; S.F.K.; Rich; B.M.; P. Hughes; T. Hughes; Geo. Brennanstihl; L.R. Bixley; S.J. Myers; C. Closco; C.C. Stanton; S.H. Miller; Julia A. Russell; U. Emmons; W.S. Fuller; John Emmons; J.D. Myers; H. Smith; I.J. Brown; H.O. Green; A. Low; N. Wallace; L.B. Cook; J. Luick; C.J. Watkins; M.H. Canfield; N. Wallace; Green Lake; N.N. Smith; W.S. Cowan; L.W. Scott; S.H. Steele; J.W. Cole; J. Bresnehan; T. McGrath; S. Ramsdell; G.E. Steele; M. Doyle; H. Newton; N. Holmes; S.b. Saranton; Mrs. E. Wolfe; M. Saul; C.E. Henry; Grattan Centre; L.K. Madison; J. Randall; Tim Scalley; Cowan; J.G.; J.W.B. Smith; Granville; J. Tower; J. Kearns; J. Bradin; O.C. Acker; Tower; W.D. Ward; A. McNorton; J.L. Purdy; T.J. Slayton; C.M. Slayton; E.L. Green; H. Green; O.I. Watkins; J. Giffin; A. Green; H. Emmons; G.D. Reed; J.W.; J. Fish; Mill Pond; F. Chapin; F. Chapin; A. Tiffany; S.G. Scott; J. Mahony; M. Kennedy; P. Kennedy; R. Bowler; M. Saul; Beech; J. Curley; J. Saul; M. Doyle; G. Tatle; M. Malone; Pat Bresneham; C. Boylon; H. Mooney; P.D. Adams; W. Jones; Crooked Lake; Round Lake; J. Murphy; M. Jones; J.M. Green; M. Jones; T. Laughlin; O. Jones; G.D. Wood; W. Murphy; A.W. Slayton; B. Scalley; F. Murphy; W. Byrne; T. Murphy; Slayton Lake; J.C. Watkins; C. Jakeway; J.P. Purdy; Wm. Donovan; Grant P.O.; O. White; H. Davis; H.W. Eldridge; W.C. Slayton; F.X. Gais; C. Aldrich; R.A. Jones; G.A. Ranney; P. Stroble; W. McCarthy; D. McCarthy; J. Malone; McCarthy Lake; T. Malone; W. Laughlin; P.H. Roe; M. Roe; M. Byrne; A.C. Johnson; J. Welch; J. McGee; P. Talbott; E. Flynn; Jno. Byrne; J. Malone; Thos. Scalley; J. Laughlin; J. Scalley; J. Malone; O. McGee; J.A. Duga; T. Lally; W. Hargrover; C. Francisco; John Flanagan; C. Francisco; W.R. Mason; E.A. Mason; E.G. Hubbell; G. Purdy; Polly Fuller; S. Aldridge; T. Hutting; A. Barnes; G. Moon; W. Daniels; H.B. Ford; W. Loughlin; M. Lappen; J. Ratigan; M. Shean; J. Sullivan; D. McCarthy; J. Keho; T. Byrne; R. Giles; R. Giles Jr.; D. Driscoll; M. Malone; J. Hurley; S. Norman; J. McGee; P. Murphy; Nagle Lake; T. Lally; J. McGee; A. Andrews; B. McGee; J.O. Donald; A.H. King; C.E. Francisco; W. Ford; B. Barlow; J.R. White; S. Rennells; C. Francisco; J.G. Hapeman; Phebe Weeks; H. Aldrich; Miss W. Dixon; O. ford; A.C. Davis; Wm. Daniels; O. Trumbull; H.B. Ford; A. Cooper; R. Vandenbroeck Note:

Page  36 36 _ Ow n 9.X--.. Ai w.., = -1,., T.C < . -. -T""J--I o LT t, i.t,--,, "-sl a r.i _,,,:_. .N V,, L''" +-.,-.,7 'x T/ -4cl d t._0".D i -..7.:-a7..I Y h,. ___1fi_+__ - p-.- il 'o -7 Hlr. 7 '7, _ -7--,_0 it.... "/ T.--- -- -7--I i'e L /8Xk-"" t o17 t;l-7-.T' tl _eT,. Radwarz-D c ", 7-v e -n 17, T S __ IN I th">i, 7'z. s 4..0 _L i'i,, 71,7 J Z O S. ';.A. ae, o,! i Title: Map of Oakfield Township 9N 9W Keywords: P. Cary; S. McArthur; A.E. Beals; M. Heister; J.C. Staten; T. Golegar; J.M.; J. Addis; D.S. Moore; L. Hart; W.D.; W. Salisbury; F.S.; Jacob Van Wagner; D.J. Slawson; J. Edwards; Hawkins; J. Degraw; J. Brown; J. Addis; Jno. Van Wagner; J. Edwards; Crinion Cr.; R. Weaver; H. Strope; C.B.; S.M.; J. Moran; D.B. Payne; V. Smith; W. Leman; W.H. Lewis; C.E. Brown; J. Lapley; C. Lapley; F. Wolf; W.T. Parshall; W. Perry; C. Lillie; S.M.; M. Vicory; V. Smith; S. Bolsford; W.H. Lillie; J. Degraw; J.B. Potter; V. Alling; J. Smith; W. Main; H. Watson; A. Degraw; J.S. Watson; P.J. Gould; Horseshoe L.; D.V. Spencer; A.L. Hull; G.&J Banks; B. Shop; J. Westervelt; H. Watson; L.L. Brainard; J. Denman; F. Veder; N. Main; J. Witham; S. Weed; J.M. Rowley; L.B. Slawson; J.M. Moore; S.D. Horton; E.M. Stephens; L.H.; S. Hart; G.R. Slawson; G. Crawford; E. Botsford; H.E. Rowley; S. Hart; A.V. Rowley; S. Lockwood; M. Bodman; Sandybotton L.; H. Bennett; H. Woodbeck; C.E. Brown; H. Strope; W.L. Campbell; R.R. Land; G.L. Cathey; L.H. Campbell; G. Berry; C. Berry; M. Slaughter; H.S. Hill; D.B. Payne; W.H. Lewis; H.R. Hinkley; J.S. Watson; H. Whipple; L. Woodbeck; G. Land; Christman; Ziegenfoss; D. Osgood; L.L. Dennis; L. Woodbeck; W. Bigler; W.H. Lewis; J. Smith Jur.; L. Woodbeck; J. Smith Jun.; J.B. Deal; F. rich; C. Satterlee; H. Satterlee; Jennie Wolf; H. Whipple; E.W.W. Blanchard; B. Shop; J. Smith; A.E. Beals; A. Snyder; H. Miller; G. Ervins; L. Snyder; J.H. Salyer; L. Salyer; E. Waterman; J. Mastin; H.E. Rowley; Oakfield P.O.; C. Morgan; Sam’l Stevens; C. Miller; P. Stutts; G. Stevens; P. Bennett; J. Bevins; J.N. Becker; W. Leeman; J. Potter; W.H. Dennis; I.L. Slaughter; M. Slaughter; A. Slaughter; Jno. Slaughter; Dan. Slaughter; L. Spaulding; W.H. Slaughter; N.H. Gould; Grist Mill; J.D. Moore; T.J. Sawyer; S. Herrick; J.D. Moore; H.C. Nichols; J. Olson; Shaffer; J. Macomber; Ball & Miller; H. Zigenfuss; D. Ziegenfuss; F. Rich; M. Robinson; Drake & Stephens; W.L. Campbell; Geo. Ziegenfuss; H. Satterlee; E.B. Bishop; W.R. Davis; A.S. Fry; W. Brown; V.H. Divine; J.W. Gilbert; R. Olmstead; J.F. Tinkham; Addis L.; G. Fritz; J. Addis; E. Anderson; T. Anderson; G. Addis; S.B. Kutz; Wm. Peterson; G.R.R.&G. R.R.; E.J. Wellman; M. Potter; F. McArthur; R.E. Wood; T. Jones; E.G. Rudolph; G.W. Scranton; E.H. Jones; J.G. Stephens; G. Stephens; J.G. Stephens; E. Ekas; C.E. Hatt; Pat Norton; J.N. Becker; D. Tower; Bills; L. Spaulding; E. Cooper; Jno. Norton; A.R.A.; D. Osgood; J. Addis; Geo. Ziegenfuss; L.E. Morgan; J. Clifford; J. Lockwood; J. Deal; N.J. Lockwood; M. Flangegan; C. Ziegenfuss; W. Sprague; W. Holmden; J.&G. King; Thos. Watson; D. Crawford; J.K. Scouton; J.C. Holding; B. Shons; I.&T.H. Peacock; R.E. Rich; Wm. Thompson; E.P. Barnard; Beaver Dam Creek; J.E. Elsbey; J.W. Bowman; N.B. Rich; S.H. Stuart; W.H.H. Davis; Jas. P. Davis; G.B.; E. Anderson; A.W. Stevens; S.S. Tower; J.W. Bowman; H. Stewart; W.H.H.; White; E.J. Wellman; H.S. Hill; G.W. Scranton; J. Deal; L.B. Hemenway; Lake Wabasis; Jas. Norton; H. Parker; Jno. Norton; T. McCarty; A.P. Miller; Davis; J. Deal; M. O’Brien; S. Williams; Wm. Tully; E. Norton; B. Caswell; S. Ashley; L. Dewey; A. Beardsley; L. Dewey; L.H. Snyder; J.E. Elsbey; E.S. Hubbel; Ste. Tuthill; White Swan P.O.; M. Reynolds; A. Ogilvie; V.R. Davis; C. Barnard; A. Cowan; H. Brooks; J. Brigham; G. McArthur; R.V. McArthur; W.C. Whitten; L. Suider; F.H.; J.N. Ross; H. McArthur; S. Brooks; D. Jackson; W. Lessiter; H. Lessiter; O. McArthur; P. McCauley; H.D. Pond; W.H. Clemens; A. Clemens; K. Randall; Long L.; A. Miller; A.H. Lawrence; T. Keeler; J.R. Skillen; N.H. Gould; M. Smith; E. Norton; P.M. Tulley; W. Byrne; l. Dewey; J. Fletcher; S. Crawford; J. Ashley Note:

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Page  39 11 1 r 2 1 1 'l Il__ i I;t__ if_[lp [I I T1 1ASI'l ~ 'Th F-II4 C -A--> ~~'l> ftA > 3A Al iI'l i 111__._ 11 i l A, s' 39 Title: Map of Courtland Township 9N 10W Keywords: John French; T.B. Farr; Saw Mill; J. Grant; L.W. Chubb; G. Becker; S.A. Goble; C. Satch; N.C. Murray; G.R. Briggs; R.J. Brown; C. Bryant; H. Bowers; C. Barnes; G. Becker; H. Hunter; N. Branch of Austin Cr.; E.A. Farr; J. Garity; Spring; A.S. Tuttle; F. Benham; W. Stewart; C. Earl; C.O. Butler; E.B. Child; B. Johnson; L. Rhoades; A. Stout; A. Dean; J. Covell; T. Addison; J.F. Hayes; G.R.&I. R.R.; C.B. Moon; J. Williams; S. Adams; W.H. Myers; P. Stillwell; A. Cowan; J.F. Hayes; T. Addison; I. Allen; A.J. Westbrook; C.C. Road; Custis; C.W. Perry; J.D. Bellows; T. Scrapher; C.E. Smith; M.D.L.S.; W.O. Haynes; A. Haynes; W.R. Davis; A. Cowan; D.F. & J.K. Morris; J.E. Morris; Shingle Mill; W. Young; Stevens; W.H. Eilkins; E. Carrain; N. Ryan; A. Miller; L. Carrain; C.F. & J.K. Morris; S. Brown; L. Preston; P. Cary; J.T. Ryan; C.R. Lord; H. Coon; A. House; J. Bussell; H.S.; C.E. Clinton; D. Porter; J.H. Anderson; J.F. Bird; Shingle Mill; E. Rinehart; O. Tefft; J. Proctor; E.P. Hayes; J. Lewis; E. Green; Mrs. E. Green; G. Becker; F. Benham; H. Parkinson; O.B. Odell; E. Bird; L. Benham; F.C. Stegman; G.C. McConnell; C. Conant; Geo. Aples; L. Pease; N.D. Saunders; H. Phelps; Geo. Coon; H. Jackman; M.S.; L. Eldred; D. Berigen; J. Crinnion; J. Ream; P. Cornell; C. Eldred; P. Garrity; A. Straight; L. Austin; W. Phelps; C. Wonders; E.R. Bates; D.S. Davis; L. Phelps; J. Graham; C. Brown; Julia Kellogg; H.M. Bradley; J. Redman; D. Moore; Z.B.W.; C.M. White; T. Whittall; M. Moore; J. Redman; J. Hooper; E. Stoner; J. Hansen; M. Moore; D.G. Davis; J. Elsby; N. Squares; S. Horton; H. Moore; D. Horton; A. Snyder; P. Becker; W. Swift; E. Lanning; S.N. Raymer; A. North; Saw & Shingle Mill; Blakelee; T. Scarvell; S. Branch of Austin Cr.; L.G. Wilcox; F. McKee; C.M. Holden; H.H. Kingin; A. Linderman; J. King; C. Cuddington; Waggon; G. Wallace; T.C. ; O. Tefft; H. Shaddock; G.R. Allen; G. McConnell; W. Decker; I. Burrows; N. Grandall; J. Linderman; H. Jones; A. Randall; M. Dean; E. Child; S. Marshall; W. Sipples; F.C. Stegman; N.E. Jenne; L. Hayes; Store; M. Crinnion; P.P. Perry; D.S. Davis; C. Sipples; Z.B. White; W.H. Hattas; N.D. Saunders; C.&M. White; Hotel; J. Smith; S. Amy; R.A. Brown; T.F. Gage; L. Bennett; J. Wood; J.I. Stoner; M. Streeter; Leavenworth; E. Stoner; H. Bennett; L. Bennett; A. Beals; H. Bennett; E. Fuller; E. Fuller; A.E. Beals; H. Kossman; J. Wood; J. Cox; J. McDonald; B.B. Briggs; A. Shaddock; I. Stout; S.G. Boyd; Z. Young; J.W. Cowan; E. Williams; A.M. Williams; E. Cowan; A.B. Tefft; M. Weaver; G.R. Allen; A.M. Allen; H. Burch; Oliver Kingin; L. Burch; M. Allen; S. Schaner; P. Anderson; S. Schaner; L.M. Hunting; N.D. Saunders; A. Dean; G.W. Kutz; R. Hewitt; G.C. McConnell; Jno. Austin; Courtland Center P.O.; J.F. Hayes; W.A. Johnson; B. Johnson; E.C. Childs; D.S. Moore; R. Childs; Johnson Lake; T. Addison; R.A. Brown; T. Whittall; J.I. Stoner; J. Square; R. Square; T.C. Johnson; H. Beatty; J. Peterson; S. Peterson; N. Squires; A. Thompson; W.R. Davis; D. Brown; G.W. Bowman; E.R. Young; N. Shaw; G. Rounds; E.D. Rounds; S.F. Elkins; T.M. Cowan; L. Sears; Cooper Shop; H.C. Rounds; Jos. Davis; Geo. Shank; J. Pearson; R. Carlyle; R. Sweet; E. Baldwinn; H. Baldwin; H. Stillwell; M. Hunting; W.H. Myers; Sarah Andrews; P. Stillwell; T. Scaryell; N.R. Ashley; W.H. Myers; Silver Lake; I. Allen; C. Wooster; N. Graham; G. Hessler; J. Thompson; J.F. Graham; E. Blakney; C. Wooster; G.W. Nicholson; J. Square; R. Square; J. Granbeyer; C. Richardson; A. Thompson; Tamarac Lake; L. Smith; H. Smith; J. Salkeld; R. Johnson; A.S. Frye; G.W. Bowman; W. Beatty; W. Thompson; L. Smith; C. Thompson; J. Snyder; A.L. Darrow; Rum Creek; N.&S. Rounds; I.D. Rounds; C.J. Jaqua; L.D. Rounds; A.J. Chapman; C. Hagg; R.L. Blakely; G. Hessler; Morse; G. Zimmerman; Morse; P. Zimmerman; L. Smith; J. Myers; Jane Sparks; J. Byers; R. Carlyle; Wm. Baldwin; C. Mann; L. Smith; R. Colby; N. Stillwell; C. Hessler; Geo. Linnell; M.G. Byers; H. Colby; B. Pierce; C. Mann; T. Haffey; H. Worden; J. Carlyle; F. Carlyle; E. Smith; Ezra Smith; Little Brower; C. Barkholder; Big Brower; A. Knight; H. Worden; J.P.; J.D. Bellows; A. Knight; S. Shotwell; W. Norton; A. Elkins; E. Shotwell; W. Baldwin; J. Pennington; R. Square; I. Atkins; S. Wall; J. Washbam; P. Becker; R.B. Cornell Note:

Page  40 .40 7 1,5 1 li c c ri'llflA.U lp 'Ail& 1;I'M 1 p i'Al fQ) -9 A. swee'L More7ww 3/ 619 Nov& cl r( OW 97,03 K\ 4-11316. A T-r&xze7'* 49,26 IT. N% T y -LO W 7-LI k'T J p - Z,7Z,=bLOV& ly-r Cal 41 4R 4; CIO -7 - ef J. SteZ b J lpe, gw,,eleL 4-a Zy4o 4ý9 j F. -Ipe,,l 0 7160 Cha, Xto VA Tff Hwul. Bvurg& -Dal7ey (90 Z,4a 11 W - J.. Y&I'm JWelbelrm-ýl g= ffmal. Z.ffraclley 119 -T- 0 tp t. ChIr is tyl Svpkzýzl PoPe Srail&y Bowers 3,zo 138 C910 Ila 'e/ A. Everett She'd Crosby Z- 6. -B-PabZp Babc&ckl A Title: Map of Algoma Township 9N 11W Keywords: A. Troxler; T. Youngblood; J. Lown; W. Stebbins; S. Greenwood; J. Almy; A. Stewart; E. Sweet; B. Youngblood; T.J. Ipe; J. Ipe; F. Ipe; P. Jonathan; H. Bowers; J. Ipe; S. Woodbury; J. Sweet; M.F. Smiley; M. Robinson; L.H.; T. Trill; G. Myers; J. Bowler; A. Richardson; Thos. Cain; Fox Bros.; A. Fox; Bancroft & Charles; E.J. Morehouse; P.W. Holcomb; Ballard Bros.; A. Richardson; F.L. Stanton; M.J. Bennett; C.E. Coryell; S. Davidson; Laraway; Jones & Campbell; P.R. Perray; M.L. Whitney; J.B. Chipman; W. Chipman; Jones & Campbell; G. Butts; State; H.B.C.; E.W.; R. Yates; H. Yates; A. Clinton; A. Misner; L.W. Stanton; L.W.H.; Burch’s Sta.; C. Burch; J. McKee; Mrs. Weller; G.R. Condgon; G. North; J. Rector; Mrs. A. Bullard; J. Bolan; G. Misner; E. Rebern; J. Lown; Lime Lake; L. Bradley; H. Montgomery; W. Montgomery; L. Hull; I.H. Burge; S.H.&W.; J. Hull; J. Youngblood; J. Hull; L. Christy; H. Bowers; Mary A. Dines; S. Duley; G. Walters; Sophia Pope; M. Smiley; B. Bowers; T. Gould; Proposed Road; E. Putnam; J. Cain; M.C. Kidder; Mrs. M.E. Perry; J. Perry; O. House; A. Elkins; J. Elkins; J.A. Truax; E. Bradfield; Mrs. Hawkins; J. Lewis; G.R. Condgon; W. Stevens; G. Curtis; E. Deacon; J. Buckley; A. Bradley; J. Davis; J. Morrison; O.L. Northrop; J.A. Dale; I.W. Crissey; J. Ceymar; Spoonder; J.A. Dale; Green; Munson; E.D. Hall; J.C. Fenton; C. Emmons; M. Cummings; H.M.; A.J. Meyers; A. Shedel; Everett & North; A. Taylor; M. McDougal; J.H. Cole; L. Hamlin; H.G. Crosby; G.R.&I.R.R. Co.; L.P. Clark; J. Duley; H.B. Holiday; G. Brabb; A. Lemp; T. Scarvell; M. Morningstar; W. Payne; E.M. Smith; W. Williams; C. Babcock; A.N. Page; A. Botruff; J. Smith; W.H. Botruff; J. Caine; J. Hull; L. Whitebread; S.M.; W. Morningstar; J. Morningstar; G. Curtis; L.D. Browny; C.C. Cumstock; R. Konkle; M.C. Turner; E. Long; J. Pickard; A. Shimmel; J.D. Misner; H. Haskins; D. Walters; J. Martin; C.F. Brown; W.H. Brown; B.B. Briggs; Mary Maxum; C.H. Covell; D. Cole; W. Divine; O. House; J. Cornell; P.R.; Bicknell; Christe; E. Bradfield; B.B. Briggs; V. Vanloon; N. Northrup; S. Porter; Monroe; Mrs. House; T. Burch; J. Beauchamp; M.H. Robinson; H.S. Warner; D. Manly; T. Walters; N. Walters; L.G.C.; C. Gates; E. Manly; G.W. Powers; J.S. Barleman; B.R. Munsell; B. Blakeley; M. Blakeley; J.S. Perry; J.R. Wheeler; H. Morningstar; J. Holiday; E. Bradford; W. Robinson; G.W. Holiday; J. Montgomery; P. Rich; H. Weston; J.C. Vanliew; J.H. Helsel; D.D. Vanliew; Jn. Headley; N.F. Helsel; G. Ross; H.P. Straight; H. Helsel; J. Moore; Harriet Helsel; H. Helsel; S. Griffin; D.H. Althouse; Johnson; S.O. Kingsbury; J.C. Dillingham; J. Hudson; A. Davis; H.E. Rector; Rouge River; F. Moore; J.W. House; R.R. Perry; J. West; H. Davis; H.S. Miller; E.M. Chaffee; S. Davis; W. Spaulding; A. Harriet Edgerton; J.W. Smith; G.B. Beach; McN.; N. Grout; F. Nichols; Sprague & Leavenworth; G.C. Gardiner; Jas. Smith; W.D. Chaffee; S. French; Agnes French; R. Dunn; L. Rouse; D.L. Reynolds; S. French; Eliza A. Fitch; C.F. Dille; Mrs. Gunnison; N.T. Davis; M. Blakeley; W. Hastings; J. Black; W.S. Frary; W. Sullivan; J. Coles; B.H. Fitch; W. Byers; J. Byers; H. Gould; W. Ward; Mrs. Wood; G.E. Woolven; J. Welch; H. Andrus; Julia Long; C. Harder; W. Hunter; E. Byers; W. Byers; N. Helsel; L. Morningstar; J. Welch; J. Martin; J. Barringer; D. Barringer; R.B. Loomis; Dora Simmons; H.P.; H. Bittenbender; C.&A.T.; Sarah Bittenbender; H. Gibson; M. Turner; J. Plass; T.N. Barker; J. Long; W. Pettengill; W. Turner; Mrs. Shaw; R. Squires; G. Rector; R.D. Jewell; G.E. Woolven; E.I. Blakely; F. Ross; Skinner; N. Shaw; Nancy Stone; E. Young; R. Briggs; S.M. Briggs; G.R.&I.R.R.; H.W.; W.H. Condon; D. Steadmonds; W. Nickerson; R. English; W.H. Condon; W.H. Misner; Wilcox; A. Scott; Rouge Riv.; B. Ingersoll; R.A. Funger; G. Newton; R. English; J. Hall; A. Chalmers; R.S. McWilliams; J. Louks; G. French; J. Grant; G. Grant; J. Martin; L. Bemart; L. Smith; Slighter; L. Covell; H.P. Mosher; S.O. Kingsbury; J. Martin; H. Magoon; G.G. Windsor; J. Depew; H.B. Thomas; A. Jewell; L.B. Jewell; W.H. Bennett; P. Main; E.T. Fenn; J. Lesher; J. Main; C.F.&A.J. Whitworth; F. Gross; G. Curtis; T. Fenton; H.K. Bailey; W. McDonald; J.M. Eggleston; D.C. Bailey; E. Rector; J.M. Smith; O. Simmons; P.V. Fox; J. Blake; M.D.L. Chapel; H. Gray; Mrs. Pierson; J. Miller; A. Keech; R.W. Baker; P. Depen; Mrs. Shaw; J. Rector; M.T.; Rockford Note:

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Page  44 44l s1-I p RoYqAL GE:ORGE 2Noy THE 2 10 & 3 "D Lizzie WH'ITTONa STOCK FARM & RESID'ENCE OF C.BROWNEsq,., S P.'AFTATP', KEN oIH

Page  45 4 A- - TUIfiAAing jt. O -/~-~-'.~~s-222---,-~ Q [81il 46A Stennewt u ol/soll U 0'~Clerl~cs -Trnr rev e Bo orr-zez4~Cwzr wa 0~4 WS O S ~U'0 ]77777lX,rwnz 0 36s 525 /0// dY. E. S2.S76inJ~o* ' Case, &C0 land 40 /)I 2'7 J'ohn2SOn mph e Z4 -4 // 46 va/_ uQT 20 2/ 0, 'y qicrg -2L0 ALIr- t ýl 66' y omh a I-- Mra 1 //0 /a ha G07bffieZ 77 CXiltitg20 V N 27 e~ ~ ~~~G 7ztacese azlDn 4.Cl 2/ CJ Cuneant 160/ ennr 4 -ZIAo vo 5.7ze. de- 7- /0 06 7Z___ýIT vvg~ azr ~ J./W /e 77 ac t 5 ~l lc Sn P ls J o~ ~~~~~C -r dan ~ ans ~ dcz A ~ tr.10w~rr tz 0 7-t N- 6 9 0 4 Ji 7a a Se &Ptro tc aY ra -t /600 L)oor t/go wanss -- v rt- itff- he CS. - Q9.At '[ /40 RE IX tiike Z)tg o a yes C 3FccsOsrad r-o Sprenj ~~~q 247-12 ___ ___ C E~ e ite 662 ___ _ __ ___ __AL *l r.SClv--ferZIL Iiglsc @ WT." vv /0rwz - /l C lv r20 Title: Map of Sparta Township 9N 12W Keywords: D. Gillmore; C.C. Brenner; A.J. Booram; J. Kenney; Chase & Copland; H. Nolah; A. Carey; T. Chase; A.W. Boorom; A.E. Roberts; E. Sprague; Spring; S. Wegal; O.S.; A. Lundgueist; I. Swenson; P. Grooman; C. Brooman; G. Johnson; F. Brooman; L.S.; C.R. Johnson; J. Liffer; H. Maxwell; A.S. Hinman; T. Carlisle; P. Johnson; J. Johnson; L.A. Stennett; T.E. Fordham; Wm. Johnson; C. Johnson; F.A. Taylor; Z.M. Hinham; Wm. Grunwell; C. Kocher; E.A. Hocker; T. Thompson; H. Taylor; D.W. Norton; G.W. Brace; J.&S. Olson; H.W. Kocher; E.A. Bradford; E.W. Norton; E. Cummings; L. Chapman; Cutler & Savage; I. Pease; Campbell; J. Simons; Ball Creek Station; B. Mapes; C. Smith; J.S. Bradford; Ball Cr.; W.S. Bass; D. Carlisle; A. Traxler; Stebbins Bros.; J.H.; W. Clark; A.C. Magoon; E. Bradford; Rouge River; A. Chase; J. Dutmar; J. Anderson; G. Anderson; J.R. Austin; J. Austin; A. Youngguest; P. Haggadone; J. Manchester; W.H.H.; Wm. Gaines; C. Billings; L. Dunn; Wm. Carr; J. Manches; A. Grahn; P. Saur; A. Cole; J. Balfour; W. C. Vond; C. Roberts; Gardner; C. Swenson; Wm. H. Taylor; C. Amidon; Spring; H.S. Taylor; W. Teeple; L. Taylor; J. Phelps; S.J. Tucker; Spg.; J.D. Tucker; V.W. Caukin; E.W. Norton; E.A. Bradford; L.P.L.; G. Walcott; A. Walcott; P. Bradford; J.S. Munn; C.. Martindale; J.L. Miller; W. Hughes; Wm. Brownlee; J. Wetmore; B. Mapes; W.R. Snow; A.B. Cheney; F.M. Cummings; J.E. Nash; C. Leonard; D.J. McDonald; Powers & Son; J.J. Potes; J. Lown; D. Austin; F. Ballard; D.W. Clough; C.J. Mann; Wm. Bahr; H. Shimmel; Johnson Bros.; E. Darling; W. Shop; C. Bloomstrom; A. Carr; F. Clifford; J. Johnson Sen.; M.A. Noble; R.L. Coster; A. Westcott; L. Boorom; M. Couples; W.S. Clark; A. Grawn; A.H. Blackall; C.M. Chapman; W. Amidon; L. Hodges; A. Anderson; J. Hinkson; W. Teeple; V. Bloss; Wm. Dresser; J.V. Smith; J.V. Smith; J. Hinkson; A.E. Underhill; C. Smith; N.H. Woodman; Wm. Cogshall; C. Smith; Strong; T. Burnap; J.L. Balcom; P.A. Sleeper; D.H. Walters; E.H. Pease; Smith; J.E. Nash; W.H. Hastings; A. Taylor; G.N. Thayer; S.S. Newland; S. Emmons; A. Tuffelmine; J. Shangle; J.D. Radick; M. Cummings; F. Soules; L. Runnels; A. Myers; F.M. Cummings; I. Blanchard; F. McNitt; C.C. Eddy; G. Atherton; J. Ryder; H.S. Lester; O. Heath; F. Jacobs; O. Carlson; O.L.; J. Miller; J. Crowley; Spg.; C. Blackall; S. Atherton; J.A. Simons; J. Nelson; R.F. Randall; J. Sauer; Ring & Co.; J. Spangenberg; C.M. Chapman; A. Somelson; G.H.&L.M. Shriner; S.P. Barnard; A. Underhill; G. Pattec; L.D. Blackman; Spring; J.A.; K.C. Spaulding; J. Goodfellow; N.E. Cheney; C. Loomis; J.T.H.; N.M.; B. Gillam; J.E. Nash; E.A. Roby; J. Gardner; G. Folsom; A.N. Munger; J. Hope; A. Chapman; Sparta Center; Martindale; G. Coon; L.A. Nash; H. Tubbs; G.H. Hastings; Brown; B. Sexton; C. Wallace; C.B. Hilton; T.H. Myers; J. Ohler; E.S. Dart; Hiram Myers; L. Withey; J.F. Clackner; M.E. Clackner; R. Myers; C.S. Fields; L. Rice; D.M. Adams; Hiram Myers; Lisbon; A.B. Frost; A. Hulbert; Henry Ritz; G. Klenk; Wm. Chapman; J.H. LaBarr; Wm. Erick; A. Meeker; F.Z. Brown; L. Simons; Mrs. Simons; E.S. Morehouse; B. Blackall; W.H. Simons; J.W. Simons; J.S. Simons; A.H. Downing; S. Scott; D. Mathews; A. Stebbins; G. Staniford; P. Crowley; J. Crowley; Wm. Crowley; John Gillam; W.G. Stebbins; G.W. Stage; T.H. Corey; Wm. Phillips; B. Mapes; Cheese Fact.; O.S. Rice; B. Bert; S. Biddleman; S.S. Rice; J.A. Symes; J. Symes; C.D. Stebbins; C.S. Fields; E.S. Carpenter; A. Campton; C. Bailey; Rosenburger; T. Spaulding; E. Guiles; G. Thompson; J. Martin; R.F. Orser; W.L. Lords; F. Asherbrans; R. Rhodes; J. Steadman; Hecox; S. Moore; G.B. Bettis; Klein; Spg.; D.M. Purdy; Bloomer Bros.; C. Buck; A.J. Gilson; C.C. Hinman; N.J. Colyer; G.W. Light; A. Finch; J.S. Hanford; C. Brown; G.W. Stage; D.P. Pease; A. Johnson; John Brown; W.J. Schmidt; N. Cummings; E.F Brainard; S.H. Ballard; L.S.B.; L.B. Paine; L.A. Paine; J.A. Smith; J.S. English Jr.; P. Spearenburgh; J.W. Childs; W. Childs; Culver Heirs; L.S. Ballard; G. Fields; J.S. English Jr.; H.S. English; Church & Brigham; M. Barrows; E. Cordes; J.S.E.; S.M.; E.D.; R.S. English; G. Darling; Pressey L.; H.W. Blood; S. Buchanan; L. Blood; J.M. Butler; C. Steed; M.L. Daggett Note:

Page  46 ýql. IIN AF K 111a ly To WN /0 N Al. W t.34-0, zy-9 'T - right, leb 7' ng tor-C-11, 44a C-P X ld 60 zi-o 610 14-0 st M. F ZIP ý.F -Piost WelýP7-e,74 69.. 16,0 O'c 600 0 7z-,/ --50 f n 4-uaýl) Mid-, -Wcz,77 co e-fi o 0"Oo IN, 17- ýKww ro, AA7e- X 0 7t, 0 Zeý Pr- (Zk Is lay rl Jox. 14ý vC7 Nk PAP - -P BU, v A; wel, L If,- a Rý J7, smitkl ff. A. TAý7 -Wr lzQ I Title: Map of Tyrone Township; Kent City; Casnovia 10N 12W Keywords: Hollister & Barnett; C.C. Comstock; Briggs Stanton & Tompkins; L. Murray; W. Williams; Robinson Solomon & Co.; R.L. Van Densen; C.F. Nason; W. Wright; J. Boyd; J. Longcore; E. Baldwin; E.L. Briggs; G. Gulmire; G.R.&I.R.R. Co.; Robinson Solomon & Co.; R.E. Wood; B.S.T. & Co.; N. Burchard; Hickery Cr.; Cutler & Co.; W. Daniels; W.A. Bunker; J. Osburn; E. Osburn; Dwight Smith; A. Post; J.W.; Fryant & Hall; Wyman Bushwell & Co.; Shaw; D. Faurot; J. Lovejoy; E. Thompson; R. Post; J. Fauret; H. Chubbuck; Mich. Barrel & Co.; Mrs. Goodspeed; T. Stinson; Wyman Bushwell & Co.; H.S. Wartrons; C.F. Nason; Chas. Golden; R.E. Wood; H.J. Clark; W.W. Burch; W.R. Wilson; G.W. Stage; H.S. Wartrous; J.A. Morey; I.N. Walker; I. Anway; Cutler & Co.; A. Crooker; R.E. Wood; E. Lords; C.C. Stanton; John Emery; W.T. Powers & Son; Wm. Bell; R.E. Wood; J. Ball; E. Hayward; M. Miller; Wm. Twiss; W.O. Smith; G. Wight; L. Seymour; Householder; S. Chubb; G. Crants; N. Nelson; Wyman Bushwell & Co.; J. Ross; R.E. Wood; Erwin Wisner; Elmer Wisner; Jos. Sillaway; H.A. Dodge; A. Danielson; E. Rhodes; J.H. Sillaway; C. Clute; W. Wilton; J. Thompson; Mary G. Wood; J.H. Osburn; B. Fulkerson; R.E. Wood; H.S. Wartrous; R.E. Wood; C.C. Comstock; F. Cushman; Wm. Bell; Spring Creek; D.W.C. Burch; W.T. Powers & Son; Robinson & Co.; L.R. Burch; J. Nash; Robinson & Co.; Spring L.; J. Gilmore; D. Clark; M. Miller; L. Clark; B. Fulkerson; J. Kies; W.H.; R.H. Colburn; W. Coon; L. Tuttle; Jas. Sillaway; Jos. Sillaway; M.F.; D.C.; J.B. Mosher; Jos. Holden; H. Bodell; M. Bodell; T. Freudenthaler; B. Bodell; J. Holben; R. Blush; L. Hagle; H.H. Wylie; Wood; A. Shimmel; C. Shimmel; Succo; R.E. Wood; S. Main; J. McDonald; C.C. Comstock; John Lutz; L. Hill; A.C. Cooker; E. Fonger; Frazier; F. Cushman; Snow L.; W. Forbes; P. Strowbridge; W. Wilson; R.E. Wood; J. McTammany; Rouge River; G. Fonger; Geo. Sleight; Wm. Bell; Casnovia; S.W. Northrop; S. Chubb; U. Chubb; Ed. Hayward; W. Daggett; F.A. Boil; J. Armstrong; O. Clute; C. Merrell; H. Jackson; D. Hanson; C. Comstock; M. Canan; S. Jones; S.H.; T. Wilton; J. Collins; J. Collins; E. Smith; J. Smith; M. Adams; N.F. Albee; J.L. Collins; J. Comstock; C.C. Comstock; H.H. Wylie; D.B. Clute; S. Treadway; R.W. Cook; H. Barrett; A. Eastman; T. Pressey; J. Vond; W. Whiticus; A. Snow; D. Spiller; W. Snyder; W. Kendry; C.L. Barrett; S. Colby; C. Afton; Stephen; N. Fonger; McGoran; Nelson & Wright; P. Axford; C. Church; G. Fonger; L.V. Hoag; Brevort; J. Hunt; R. Cutler; T. Cuilus; J.H. Sherman; T. Cairns; Duck Cr.; Shingle Mill; Black Tavern; E. Hayward; L. Scott; E. Chase; Chase; S. Hesseltine; M. Rowland; D. Gilmore; G. Hemsley; A.N. Holmes; D. Rexford; Crockery Cr.; W. Bettis; C. Peterson; C. Nagus; Geo. Snyder; E. Fredenburgh; J. Thompson; Kent City; H. Aldrich; S. Rosser; J. Huff; J. Anderson; J.W.; J. Liter; C. Rusco; J.F. Albee; W. Whiticus; H.C. Wylie; E. Berry; J.J. Totten; W. Brott; S. Orcult; J. Stennett; W. Doyle; John Adams; P. Snyder; A. Chapman; E. Quigley; Campbell & Mellville; A. Hinman; J. Mellville; E. Bradford; Geo. Snyder; E.C. Howell; Geo. Funger; Nelson & Wright; Wm. Stuthard; J. Loudan; S. Loudan; A. Clark; J. Robinson; N.F. Albee; L. Chapman; C. Madison; H. Fitch; J. McDougle; L.V. Hoag; West St.; Main St.; East St.; G.R.N.&L.R.R.; First St.; Second St.; South St.; County Line; State St.; Kent St.; Division St.; Grand St. Note:

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Page  49 '~N ~->' ~7 -< '- ',''~-'S'."-''' - -- ~ - - C> lot 7~ 4~/ IW>' Atolls. I,~ XN (U '' Ex /7/9 ~ N% (200 J41 ILI Sawj'9 6t/ k '(7 )ifljr /t)-\___ __ -<-K -4' t 'K- '-- Q/<Q) NAVJ 110~* ~ ~ ~5 N / zo914 t4__ _ _ alm-5/X ~~0 ~ ~ < Tal?dtdYl _ S-z_ __ 75In// 0-91P 4aznn;g ~1 5 Ky> %7'u15) ~ 0YY~~SO ~QQ4 b< Z '4 ~ -r ___ Y -,_ 0.9 N '" AA > all'/ ' '~ 1 u ~ 0 ~ 2f.............F AS 6 2>2; t 9 *+> __ SrQ K 'Zý OAK> SM S -da 0 Q5> mfo kk (V ____ H O ~4 ___ ~t0/0~~ K Of_ __hisw'~ 5>4 ~ /> 455-5 S Kf tZt -' IN 'q,.,4L * N) 5 QQ L) " ggt 62(110 ~ K;~Z Ad -~~ rJ5,Crt K->:::i:5 NýR Title: Map of Solon Township 10N 11W Keywords: R.E. Wood; Vanderhoof; Mich. Barrel Co.; J. Wheeler; Fiant & White; Carr & Woodcock; Stonehouse; A. Ferris; H.J. Briggs; Carr & Woodcock; H.J. Briggs; J. Elder; Kimble; J.N. Grandall; O. Smith; S. Scudder; Geo. French; R.E. Wood; L.L.B.; J. Fuller; Shingle Mill; Crabb; R. Hicks; E. Close; G. French; Kinyan; L.H. Withey; A. Rust; L.H. Withey; G. Cook; L.H. Withey; R.E. Wood; G.W. Fan; S. Waters; W.T. Powers; Lilly; L.H. Withey; Chas. A. Tower; J.W. Carr & Co.; John Sneathan; G. Hunting; R. Hubbard; H. Ailsworth; Mitchell; G. Cook; C.F. Nason; E. Mabie; Robinson; & Co.; J. Johnson; t. Hall; W. Kellogg; H. Blair; W. Bushnell; G. French; Geo. French; M. Prentice; L. French; B. Thomas; Wyman Bushwell & Co.; H.B Childs; Long & Sons; W.T. Powers; J.O. Northrup; M. Robinson; C.C. Comstock; G.R.&I.R.R. Co.; D. Forrest; Long & Sons; L. Baker; D. Burch; R.E. Wood; M. Robinson; Saw Mill; M.J. Clark; L. Baker; D. Burch; Jourdan & Lash; Saw Mill; I.C. Smith; Robinson & Co.; O.C. Gurnee; P. Goozen; L.H. Gustin; R. Dunton; A. Robuck; J. Sneathan; C. Minicie; A. Fairchild; J.L. Stewart; W. Proper; V. Smith; A.B. Fairchild; W. Sapwell; J.F. Mabie; C. Heaeth; Ed. Giles; Chas. Giles; E.W. Rose; W. Bushnell; S. Simmons; Ben Ferris; C.C. Comstock; Duke Cr.; Long & Sons; D. Forrest; C.R. Garry; M. Robinson; E.G. Rogers; L.E. Ketchum; W. Dines; P. Dines; Carr & Woodcock; Wm. Dines; N. Mabie Jr.; A.G. Rose; A.J. Fluent; Wm. Davis; E.S. Rose; Ed. Young; Ed. Pryce; Jas. Moore; G. Rowe; E. Smith; D. Young; E. Rounds; Jos. H. Smith; E. Smith; S.B. Briggs; J. Russell; M. Holcomb; J. Stout; E. Blair; E. Rounds; Saw Mill; W. Bushnell; Saw Mill; S. Scudder; D. Wyman; Susan Warren; A. Cook; H.B. Childs; J. Clancy; T. Burch; H. Walters; M. McIntyre; J. Bloomfield; B.L. Hill; W. Western; R. Cutler; M. Darp; H.B. Childs; J. Ledy; John & Sons; C.R. Garry; A.J. Ipe; M.J. Clark; D. Finch; G. Robinson; M. Mabie; Jos. Dines; E. McDonald; T. Konkle; A.C. Davis; M. Rounds; Lydia Smith; G.C. Davis; Clark & Robinson; A.H. Kellogg; Clark & Robinson; J.A. Dunham; A. Gray; C.S. Stoddard; S. Ipe; M. Hicks; M.J. Clark; T.W. Allen; D.H. Wightman; T. Totten; H.W.; H. Stoddard; G. Hoyle; H. Hall; H. Burton; Geo. Fullington; T.W. Allen; D.H. Wightman; H.W.; T. Totten; M. Hicks; C.W. Curren; P. Bulger; Y.C.; J.S. Tisdell; Olmstead; Wait; Jacobs; C.P.; J. Hubbard; G. Olmstead; J.C. Chapman; Cedar Springs; Mrs. R. Simons; R. Redenhouse; John Town; J. Dewitt; G. Carpenter; M. Bigler; M. Smiley; G. Nilson; Long Lake; G.B. Giddings; M. Smiley; Nagis; J.C. Olin; Mrs. Weston; J. Finch; S. Pool; W. Maxfield; H. Bloomfield; John Chalmers; C. Bailey; W. Shimes; S. Orcutt; Lime Lake; C. Palmer; B.L. Hill; J. Hoskins; Long & Sons; Gillispie & Co.; Ed. Jewell; O.P. Jewell; N.C. Pool; J. Robinson; Hendershot; J. Gillfillon; Jno. W. Covey; A. Race; Campbell & Jones; S. Pool; G. Hoyle; J. Payne; C. Thomas; Wm. Black; W.L. Barber; J.E. Roys; Wm. Eastern; H. Martin; J.H. Shan; J. Malleroy; C. Olelfield; S.B.; C.C. Bicknell; S. Scudder; P.B.; W. Carman; A. Clinton; J.S.; G.R.&I.R.R. Note:

Page  50 ,50 I.41,-r IV V..Sp.: S.e eo- e y C A,# w e z. ch' ---47 i12.. _ ZjVv a., ':9 s" " aw-,tt < i, 53-30 WON 0/0,1A ~.-, c MR.- "" I. 10 / z S- Z -a_ AV L.. 4 43 -. 7-,7- Z-:,,,..s 20 r) lm 0,d- "o.AI 4 L.. i S 1,., ".A il. o: ""2/Z5 19......A;3.. ~~~~~~IB -Re,..... e.. i i- - I.... S h 71 c! a-. "" /"a.0 60(3 160.i /1, 9i IT QiI 5-a-zS++AV '., 14 % " i S- -- -- A4/ Z: 7, - Him Aý, t Flee...,-__.._._...~.i a 80.lip(,i o -,..J 7 6 4'V 3..a o% 1.... _; 7- < PP/ ~~~ ~ ~ ~~~~.0 U /!V, T- /Y /J1f t1.I l1EiI -,,,77- Q) V 03_ll 5o "i --- " l e 7 <~"t re oo..@_ o.7z160o ~C. -B. AT / 0-. - 410,.................-. 1t - 4,. k. }..7 Title: Map of Nelson Township; Village of Sand Lake 10N 10W Keywords: W. Welch; Spring R. Stanton; P. Hafely; Hart; Emerson; Luce; O.W. Avery; J. Holland; Danton; J. Annis; J. McDonald; C. House; Sand Lake; Sand Lake; Stone & Seeley; J. Snyder; F. Vallicat; W.G. Cook; E.W. & Co.; A. McDonald; P. Merriner; T.G.; E. Ware & Co.; R. Farnham; Derrin; H. Kills; L. Shuneway; G. Davis; J. Offen; R. Farnham; W. Parker; T. Parker; J.P.; Waterhouse; J. Ogg; McIntyre; S. Scribner; L. Phillips; D. Phillips; Derrin; Lydia Joseph; Chapman; Farnham; D. Sese; O. Cross; Nobles; W.H. Raignel; S.L. Tuttle; R. Nichols; R. Reed; Black Creek; D. Collins; J.P. Schwatz; S. Seeley; J.M. Dean; Jane Huggard; J.P. Schwatz; D. Collins; J. Huggard; W. Van Loo; Alice Huggard; Wm. Butler; Spring; M.C. Starks; Robinson; I. Nugus; J.H. Brayman; S. Buroughs; J. Wagoner; S.B. Sisson; T. Briggs; S. Barrett; R. Rainsford; W.D. Nicholson; W.H. Bailey; J. Caverner; W. Welch; H. Whitney; S. Gould; W. Ware; L.F. Besey; E. Bradford; Stevens; J. Merriner; D. Annis; S. Beemer; Austin; Seeley; S. Smith; P. Hibler; R. Solsbury; W. Welch; R.H. Smith; G.S. Bailey; J.L. Rogers; Bailey; R.H. Penfield; P. Dunton; J.F. Tinkham; J. Rummell; Moyer; W.H.; C.A. Easton; Brooks; R. Van Llew; S. Overly; W. Brothers; Shingle Mill; L. Rummell; P. Campbell; C. Sheridan; F. Huggard; Hinman & Moon; F. Vallicat; Hatch & Crawl; O. Briggs; J. Smith; T. Baxter; J. Proper; B.F. Carpenter; Grosvener Waite & Gale; Lockwood P.O.; I. Briggs; J.D.; L.H. Austen; J.E. French; R.R.; J. Doyle; Punches; B.S. Simmons; B. Bailey; Mary Cook; J. Davis; N. Kilts; O.L. Smith; J. Bailey; L. Rice; Amelia Smith; S. Shannon; Beardsly & Co.; E.W. & Co.; Driggs; E. Ware & Co.; Wetzel Bros.; R. Griffin; N. Stewart; W.H. Tompkins; P. Smith; A. Tompkins; M. Durfey; Shingle Mill; Hatch & Crawl; R.P. Kingman; Gibbs; S. Crosby; J. Myers; Hickok; Newman & Ross; A. Lawson; J. French; P. Merrin; T. Phelps; J. Smith; E. Hinman; W. Fairchilds; F. Kellogg; S.H. Bailey; J.C. Bailey; J. Hardy; S. Puncher; R. Smith; H.H. Hoyle; Caroline Sheridan; O.L. Smith; Merriman; Alexander; S. Towns; M.F. Penfield; Medler; Wood; Carrin; Boyd; G. Squires; C. Taylor; A. Higby; Remington; P.D. Trill; S. Trill; G.W. Decon; J.R. Squires; J. Dodge; S. Whitney; B.S.; Shingle Mill; D. Sabin; Ellen; Fish; E. Cook; M. Randell; P. Tomsett; C. Squires; W.C. Benjamin; L. Newman; Meisner; J. Plumb; S.B. Hilman; B.F. Decou; J. Tomsett; T. Mulford; L. Ridgway; R.H. Penfield; Cedar Springs; L.A. Smith; Lewis & Son; J.J. Weeks; B.E. Stoddard; D. Ward; G. Robison; Johnson; E.L. Phelps; S. Scudder; W. Welch; Briggs; O.S. Curtis; B.M. Hines; I. Spaulding; C.C Bicknell; C. Hopkins; Parker; O. Richardson; M.J. Clark; C.M. Corwell; A. Cowan; M. Rudes; H.D. Streeter; G. Amo; T. Almey; W. Almey; A.H. Pallett; J.A. Spooner; A.B. Fairchild; O. Cornell; David; W.H. Pallett; W. Howard; W. Eldred; T. B.D.; S.A. Tindell; C.B. Moon; H. Wilson; M. Porter; Catharine Tuttle; Chas. Tuttle; S.M.; Pine Lake; J.H. Martin; J. Martin; A.L. Skinner; Wm. Brown; E. Cook; M. Reynolds; Spooner & Bro.; S. Furner; A.H. Arnold; T. Moran; P. Kelley; D.A. Wolmarth; Becker; H. Riley; J. Nestle; C. Stilwell; C.H. Butler; T. Hopkins; B.P. Dean; I. Hoag; P. Brown; E.L. Phelps; Headley; F. Carran; J.C. Morey; Z. Phelps; M. Rades; J. Ward; E. Wyman; Smith; A. Butler; A. Fairchilds; C. Phelps; J.H. Farr; J. Farr; H.H. Haze; E. Dean; O. Richardson; M. Rudes; D.J. Town; J.A. Town; J.N. Town; G. Conklin; F.L. Stout; J.S. Jones; D.J.T.; E. Root; W.D.; A. Emory; D.B. Stout; J. Johnston; J.C. Beardsley; R.B. Spencer; M. Gaill; J. Van Wagner; W. Medler; J.N. Tindell; N. Haghey; P. Benson; C.B. Moon; B.S.; Saw Mill; Weller; R.R.L.; Wm. Hadock; C.B. Moon; Wm. Brown; Seventh St.; Sixth St.; Fifth St.; Fourth St.; Third St.; Second St.; First St.; Maple St.; Beach St.; Lake St.; Oak St.; White St.; Green St.; Elm St.; Ash St.; G.R.&I.R.R.; Public Square; Ware’s Add. Note:

Page  51 FARM RESIDENCE OFSYLVESTER COOK ESQ. CASCADE TP..KENT Co. MICH............. -loop?M4.II HIGHLAND GOLDDUST'S PEDIGREE. This well bred-horse is a dark chestnut, 1534 hands high, sired by L. L. Dorsey's Old Golddust. First dam by Highland Messenger; second dam by Tecumseh; Highland Messenger by Kentucky Hunter; he by Old Hunter; he by Imported Highlander; and he by Berdan. (See English Stud-Book, page 276.) Hunter's dam, the celebrated trotting mare, Oneida Maid, a well-bred Messenger mare. A. PECK & CO., LOWELL, MICHIGAN. REs.orF- JoH THisos. RHs. or JAMES LEWjs&ANDREWTHBSOM Lowelt Commerclal Nurseries Sec.18 Lowell Tp.THIeos. LEWvvis &Co. Prop'S.

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Page  59 FARtM FEs-O1'BENJAMIVAN ILACKAL-L..SE:c. 2.9,SPARTAThf.KNTCO* MI CH ENEOF' SAMLi.ToBE.YYRON.TpKE NTCO. MICH, FARM PiE$IlD. NC -E:OF R&6.NEYCG.SE~ssiors,E$Q.GAINqEs TI? KwrN. O. M ICH. FAR m RE:SIDEN:CE: OF W DUN N TT~s Q. WALKER IP KENT R OSE & LAW.SON, WILLIAM OtONNO~s GROCEFRY& LIQUJOR- STORPE,53701v510NSr Steam Chotm,(caf_ Works, Ldie s Gents GFj'A2'D IiAPIDS,MPIGH. SChi/dre ns C/a tlbe s Colfore d', Cleaned Rep aire d, No. 4- & 61'P-ATL ST,,Gf?A4NO RFA P 10S'rICtf. RES it F. b..NE:AL,SEr,. I6,GFRAND RAPWlsTh. PK. 14T 0 0 - A I G AWk

Page  60 > -47---- -> K I <K / -N 7 \\\ \\ \ N -\\ \' &f.t:zA;tn >M > A > \ X N < K 0(44 - *2> ). h. ecc Yt, / direal 4 rl OoUiflZV I?. Ikeos ( I s. J / -P to. 1/ 271 /~1 -,77k / -S C 7//. NA4 VS.Ki 4/77/ ' K,,7 ' /7 N7 /7/ "/' ' N /// / 7/ /7/7 /,.,,., 7 / 7 1 ) $&4 Thu-I 4 Iy 'V 'NJ / / / P f *1 I t K p 41 R4 a, r?si2 -&Cj Z,,.,ýW/' IL: 0.>7, 5t: - -,d ANDN -p '!(04 \ I lsHEIERALS 0. to. XýW-ffl' ý. i Tvpcire4 at, ft. IL Llorct&- IAi, h sa.irntKAc("I fj Title: Michigan Railroad Post Office Map Keywords: Little Marais Bay; Saxton; Bay of Grand Marais; Washington Harbor; Isle Royale; Copper Mines; Rock Bar; Baiteau Rock; Pic R.; H.B. Co. Sta.; Small Black R.; Wabista or White R.; Lulce; Piel; Otter Head; Michipicoten R.; Michipicoten Island; Quebecthat; Cape Chayy; C. Garganma; Leach I.; Lizard I.; Montreal I.; Montreal R.; Caribou I.; Mica Bay; Copper Mine; Stannard’s Rock; Lake Superior; Keweenaw Bay; Traverse Pt.; Passells R.; Tabacco R.; P. Isabel; Bete Grise Bay; Keweenaw Pt.; Maniton I.; Copper Harbor; Lower Montreal R.; Phoenix; Eagle Harbor; Copper Falls Mines; Eagle River; Keweenaw; Cabinet; L. Linden; Hancock; Noughton; Portage L.; Elm R.; A.A. Mile Pt.; The Apostle Islands; Cat I.; Oyter I.; Michigan I.; Presque Isle R.; Black R.; Ontonagon; Gogebic Lake; Iron R.; West Br.; Middle Br.; South Br.; Ontonagon r.; Rockland; East Br.; Greenland; Firesteel R.; Miser R.; Sturgeon River; L’Ance; Huron R.; Huron Is.; Huron Riv. Pt.; Pine Riv. Pt.; Pine R.; Little Iron R.; Michigan; Marquette; Mequacumecum R.; L. Brule; Lac Vleux Desert; Machigaming R.; Granite I.; Garlic Pt.; Granite Pt.; Champion; Washington; Humboldt P.O.; Clarksburg; Marquette; Greenwood; Eurpace; Saginaw; Ishpeming; Negaunee; Bartridge; Goose Lake; Harvey; Chicago & N.W.R.R. Peninsula; Sands Plains; Helena; Morgan Mills; Brayce; New York Mine; Eagle; Little Lake; Escanaba River; Centreville; Maple Ridge; Campbell; Beaver; Days River; Mason; Siding; Schoolcraft; Flat Rock; Bay Siding; Escanaba; Delta; Laughing Fish Pt; Harvey; Grand I.; Grand I. City; Onota; Pictured Rocks; Mimising; Cascade Falls; Pt. am Sable; Hurricane Pt.; Little Bay De Noquit; Big Bay De Noquit; Nalms; Nuquet; Garden; Fayette; Burnt Bluff; Peninsula Point; Pte. aux Barques; Soul Choix Pt; Pt. Patterson; Elizabeth Bay; Bien Faite; Mackinac; St. Martin’s Bay; St. Martins Ids.; I. of Mackinac; Mackinaw; Ronald L.; Bois Blanc I.; P. Fingard; L.S. Helena; Pt. La Barbe; Detour Passage; Drummond’s Island; Pagse Detour; Pt. Smith; Joseph’s Island; Montreal Channel; St. Marie Strait; Lake George; Sugar I.; Sault de Ste. Marie; Falls; Gros Cap; Pt. Ariquot; Tequamenon or White Fish Bay; Is. Parisienne; Goulais Bay; Golais R.; Goulais Pt.; Maple I.; Sand Is.; Batcheewanang B.; Light H.; White Fish Pt.; Lt. Ho.; Thunder Bay; Alpena; Long L.; Thunder Bay Riv.; North Branch; Montmorency; North Branch; Ise Presque I.; Presque Isle; Crawford’s; Adams Pt.; Rogers City; Hammond’s Bay; Presque Isle; Cheboygan L.; Cheboygan R.; Cheboygan; Mufletts L.; Burns L.; Crooked L.; Emmet; Middleville; Missiou; Cross Village; Sheboygan; Mackinaw City; McLeod Bay; Bear River; Mucgua L.; Little Traverse Bay; Little Traverse Bay; Big Rock Pt.; Charlevoix; Green R.; Pine L.; Macqua L.; Bear River; Barnard; Norwood; Antam City; Atwood; Mitchell; Torch L.; Central Lake; Nelsonvile; Advance; Bovne; Otsego; Waugoshance L.; Isle aux Galets; James; Great Beaver I.; Lt. Ro.; Gull I.; High L.; Trout I.; James; Whiskey I.; Sqaw I.; Garden I.; Hog I.; North Fox; Fox Is.; South Fox.; Grant Manitou I.; Little Manitou I.; Lt. Ho. Pt.; Leland; Oinena; Northport; White Fish Bay; Jacksonport; Butley’s Harbor; Douglas Har.; Nowaynin Bay; North Bay; Rowley’s Bay; Detroit I.; Washington I.; Rock I.; Ephrum; Fish Creek; Green I.; Green Bay; Mantimonee; Marinette; Menekaunee; Peshtigo; Peshtigo River; L. Sacagoning; Pishtego Riv.; Pike R.; Ocoss Cr.; Quiver R.; Oconto; Menomonee; Menomonee River; Wesacota or Brule R.; L. Pageau; Gilklett; Oconto R.; Keshema; Leopolis; Belle; Plaine; Petla; Embarrass; Dupont; Clintonville; Bear Cr.; Marble; Little Wolf R.; Symco; Helvetia; Iola; Waupacca; Little Wolf; Ravulton; Northport; New London; Binghamton; Sugur Bush; Stinson; Seymour; Waukecheon; Bunduel; Shawano; Pulafer; Gillett; Stiles; Oconto Falls; Pensaukee R.; W. Pensaukee; Brookside; Suamico R.; Angelica; Laney; Owego; Flintville; Mills Cen.; Velp; Fort Howard; Onetda; LimeRock; Chiocton; S. Oshasme; Sagote; Freedom; New Mollis; Wolf R.; Stephensv.; Macv.; Wrightstown; Snidersv.; Green Bay; Brown; Outagamie; DePere; Pine Gr.Shiller; Rauss; Red Riv.; Dykesville; Brussels; Gardner; Tornado; Little Sturgeon; Sturgeon Bay; White Fish Pt.; Clay Bank; Forestville; Lincoln; Pierce; Alaska; Kewanee; Door; Kewanee R.; Robinson; New Franke; Ryan; Ettisville; Montpielier; Fontenoy; Carlton; E. Gibson; North Unity; Good Harbor; Sleeping Bear I.; Glen Haven; Sleeping Bear Bight; Bardville; P. Aux Belsch; Frankfort; S. Frankfort; Gilmore; Arcadia; Taruerspurt; Onekama; Norwalk; Manistee; Bear Lake; Pleasonton; Marilla; Cloen; Wexford; Sherman; Manton; Manistee River; Walton; Munroe Centre; Joyfield; Benzonia; Homestead; Kingsley; Grand Travers; Betsey L.; Grand Traverse R.; Cedar Run; Solon; Homestead; Inland; Benzie; Platte; Almire; Empire; Sasson; Leelenaw; Kason; Micham; Solon; Cedar Run; Traverse City; Grand Traverse R.; Fife L.; Walton; Manistee River; Manton; Cleon; Wexford; Manton; Traverse City; Acme; Yuca; ; Mapleton; West Arm; East Arm; Cresswell; Elk Rapids; Spencer Cr.; Clear Water; Rapid River; Williamsburg; Kalcasca; St. Helens; Rosecommon; Higamis L.; South Br.; North Br.; Crawford; R. Au Sable; Sisplin L.; Manitou L.; Gaylord; River Au Sable; Au Sable; Greenbuch; Harrisville; Alcona; Sturgeon Pt.; Sohis I.; South Pt.; Ossinke; Hubbards L.; Neuelau R.; Waydan; Horton; Evanswood; Eremon; Tustin; Paygan; Omro; Winnebago; Waulton; Eli; Ring; Oshkosh; Vanland; Clemens; Butte des Monts; Winchester; Zoard; Orikula; Heatfield; Medinet; Nekoma; Van Dyne; El Dorado; Woodludl; Vondula; Taycheedan; Summit; Beaver; Een; Osceola; Foser; Beamer; Doyv.; St. Cloud; Calvary; Hinesbery; Mary T.; Calumeet H.; Brother; Queeney; Lake Winnebago; Hilton; Stockbridge; Potter; High Cliff; Menasha; Askeaton; Dundas; Kaukauma; Sherwood; E. WrightsT.; Morrison; Wayside; Kasson; Brillion; Reydsville; Maple Cr.; Cato; Manitowoc; Chilton; Eaton; St. Nazan; Niles; Gravcay; Kiel; New Holstein; Russell; Baine; Franklin; Gleanleunah; Johnsonville; Plymouth; Decca; Howards Grove; Masel; Ada; Edwards; Ste. Anna; Greenbush; Hika; Meena; Northern; Manitowoc; Mosfield; Manitowac Rapids; Rowley Pt.; Kings Cr.; Mishiott; Lierrabee; Nero; E. Bigson; Cooper T.; Rosecrois; Wayside; Prag; Francis Cr.; Munito; Osto; New Edinburgh; Manistee; Filer City; Gt. Pt. au Sable; Big Sable L.; Lincoln; Pere Marquette; Ludington; Marquette Bay; Victory; Amber; Riverton; Fairview; Indian T.; Marquette R.; Little Sable R.; Grand Sable River; Stronach; Memoosic R.; Pine R.; Chase; Brooksia; Crapo; Hersey; Reed City; Evart; Ashton; Bates; Osceola; Mason Lake; Leroy; West Bleaking; Pine River; Tustin; West Summit; Clay Hill; Otsega L.; Clam Lake; Muskegon L.; Linden; Clam R.; Falmouth; Orient; Sears; Lake; Remick; Farwell; Clare; Gladwin; Rangse West; West Branch; Ogemav; Wrights; Georgeton; Rowena; Culver; Wells; Clyde; Serlius; Standish; Sagamir; Irenae; Doer River; Rifle R.; Ranges East; Ogeman; Tawas City; Calaster; Parawa Pt.; Gravelly R.; Charity I.; Saganing; Sand Pt.; Saginaw Bay; Oak Pt.; North I.; Stony I.; Ka-la-chay I.; Ora Labor; Caseville; Port Crescent; Port Austin; Stone City; Hiram City; Port Hope; Forest Bay; Sand Beach; Rock Falls; Huron; Oakfield; Oakfield Cen.; Huron; Leroy; Lomira; Farmersv.; Kekoskea; Theresa; Wayne; Kohlsville; Nerno; Byrong; Addison’ Aurora; Bardou; Mica; Washington; West Bend; Boltonv.; Kewaskum; Elvieore; Young HIcory; Schleisenger; Lawrence; Woodland; Sheboygan; Winoosk; Rathbun; Onion Riv.; Cascade; Dundee; New Prospect; Beech; Wod; Scott; Higham; Dorada; Sherman; Fullmore; Pigeon; Fillmore; Bredania; Newfane; Newburg; Milwaukee Riv.; Holy Cross; Ozaukee; Belgium; Cedar Grove; Hobarts Mills; Oostburg; Bamburg; Our Town; Sheboygan Falls; Gibbs’ Cor.; Pent Water; Crystal Valley; Smiths Cor.; Weare; Hart; Mears; Golden; Lit. Pt. au Sable; Blackberry Ridge; Benona; Clay Bank; Flower Cr.; Carleton; Montague; White River; Sweets; Caliri; Dalton; Howard; Oceana; Offins; Cobmoosa; Hansen; Denver; Hesperia; Stebbinsv.; Alice; Greenwood; Green; Forest City; Browns Mills; Blue lake; Holton; Whitehall; Mile Cr.; Fruitland; Muskegon River; Newaygo; Fremont Centre; W. Actum; Home; Barton; Cooks Sta.; Paris; Big Rapids; Morgan; Ashland; Bridgeton Lake; Trent; Big Prairie; Conger; Creton; Pierson; Ensley; Maple Hill; Rust; Upper Big R.; Mecosta; Chippewa Lake; Rienzo; Byers; Stanwood P.O.; Millbrook; Sutterlee; Morley; Tamarack; Lakeview; Cats; Reynolds; Howard City; Woodlake; Langston; Trufant; Sand Lake; Rowland; Ferris; Summer; Crystal; Elm Hall; New Home; Beaver; Summerton; Strickland; Crawford; Wiare; Chippewa Riv.; Mt. Pleasant; Broomfield; Bristol; Sherman City; Nero; Loomis Pt.; Coleman; Buchtel; Edenville; Clare; Isabella; Mecosta; Midland; Hope; Wrights Bridge; Sanfordv.; Averill’s; Longwood; Porter; Wiota; Salt R.; Strickland; Summerton; New Home; Beaver; Elm Hall; Forest Hill; Freeland; Jay P.O.; Skinner; Kawkawli; Terry ST.; Winona; Salsburg; Erlinkenlust; Zilwaukee; Carrolton; Saginaw; Hemlock; Swan Creek; Shiawassee Riv.; Bridgeport; E. Saginaw; Bloomfield; Portsmouth; Bay City; Essexville; Gilford; Denmark; Widrous; Highfield; Trosty; Vassar; Richfield; Fair Grove; Akron; Wisner; Onionville; GUgetown; Sebewaing; Can; Pigeon R.; Elkland; Elmwood; Ellington; Tuscola; Caro.; Wahgamega; May; Millington; Cass Bridge; Worth; Frankenmouth; E. Dayton; Kingston; Lamalle; Sanilac; Pades; Farmers; Port Samlac; Forrester; Richardville; Forestville; White Rock; Crakow; Verona Falls; Rock Falls; North Burns; Tyre; Cedar Dale; Marlette; Dansvile; Buel; Richfield; Germantown; Eolands Br.; Lake Five; Monches; Memononee; Merton; Sussex; Hackland; New Berling; Sweet Hill; Muskege Cen.; Big Bend; Union; Haymond; Norway; Union; Durham Hill; St. Morgans; Brookfield; Butters; Hardland; Laraton Sp.; Vusv.; Granville; Menomonee Falls; Greenfield; Root Cr.; Bayuesville; Oak Cr.; Buckhorn; St. Francis; Milwaukee; Croswell; Good Hope; Ter Muello; Tliensville; Carburg; County Line; Lamberton; Sebastapol; Bluffton; Muskegon; Black Lake; Spring Lake; Ferrysburg; Grand R.; Grand Haven; Pattaguie; Johnsville; W. Olive; Port Sheldon; Pigeon R.; North Holland; Ravenna; Fruitport; Six Corners; Nunica; Robinson; Jenison; Ohio Mill; Hudsonv.; Mendon; Mendale; Berlin; Coopersville; Dennison; Big Spr.; Lisbon; Sparta; Stevens; Tyrone; Lockwood; Rockford; Englishville; Pleasant; Alpine; Lulian Cr.; Kent; Grand Rapids; Cross; Grandv.; Fishers; Byron; Hudsonv.; Verden; JonesT.; Bowen; Mich Central; Grand River Val.; Ada; Cascade; Powell; Anste; Belmont; Bostwick; White Spr.; Edgerton; Cortland; Oakfield; Cedar Spr.; Nelson; Montcalm; Ionia; Spencers Mill; Stanton; Kaywood; Greenville; Amsden; Kiddv.; Chadwick; Orleans; Woods Cors.; Easton; Grafton; Keene; Ashley; Belding; N. Plains; Saranae; Shinsv.; Collins; Lyons; Portland; W. Campbell; Hammond; Alaska; Bowne; Alto; Westphalia; S. Riley; Benga; Pewamo; Fowler; Matherton; Essex; Lyons Mill; Palo; Bloomer Cr.; Orans Mill; Vickery; Sheridan; New Haven; Pompei, Ithaca; Stella; Carson City; Bridgeville; Bloomer Cr.; Brook; Eureka; Elsie; Du Plain; Ovid; St. Johns; Clinton; S. Riley; Riley; Olive; N. Eagle; Geary; Victor; Union House; St. Charles; Pine Grove; Chesaning; Oakley; Hazel; Green; Munger; Owosso; Shawassee; Bennington; N. Newburgh; Vernon; Corunna; Hazelton; W. Haven; Henderson; Montrose; Elk; Flushing; Taymouth; Birch Run; Arbela; Pine Run & Clio; Thetford Cen.; Whiteburn; Mt. Morris; Genesee; Richfield; Adas; Hadley; Davison; Swartz Cr.; Grand Blac; Elan; Mundy; Kipps Cors.; Stony; Corton Cty.; Rural Vale; Goodrich; Hadley; Hunters Cr.; Davison Sta.; Haster; La Peer; Otisy; Wintertown; Millington; Clifford; North Branch; Marathon; Columbaville; Sisphens; Five Lakes; Goodland; Merrillsville; Imlay; Port Huron & Lake Mich; Attica; Imlay City; Poole; Haster; Metamora; Dryden; Almont; Oakwood; Berville; St. Claire; Belle; Goodels; Riley Cent.; Wates; Belle R.; Lynn; Kenockee; Onvard; Dansville; Peck; Speaker; Lexington; Pine Hill; Amadore; Jedd; Brockway Cen.; Lakeport; Emmetts; Capac; Vincent; Ceyde Mills; Thomton; Verville; Smiths; Union Ch.; Haymand; Norway; Caledonia Cen.; County Line; Lamberton; North Cape; Thompsonville; Racine; Junction; Windsor; Union Gr.; Paris; Brighton; Somers; Kenosha; Pleasant Prairie; State Line; Waukegan; Milwaukee Div. Chicago & N.W. R.R.; North Holland; Holland; Fillmore; Kalamazoo; Douglas; Gana; Fennsville; New Casco; W. Casco; Macutius; Allegan; Dunningville; Mill Go.; South Haven; Mich. Cen.; Cheshire; Columbia; Bear L. Mills; Cooper; Osegeo; Abrone; Watson; W. Watson; Mill Co.; Hopkins Sta.; Hilliards; Gillcast; Monterey; Hamilton; Dorr; Overisel; Burraps Cor.; New Salem; Zeeland; Vreesland; Byron; Verden; Ross; Corinth; Mich Central R.R.; Moline; Wayland; Bradley; Rowens; Yankee; Oramney Mills; Johnstown; Matlin; Milo; Silver; Gull Lake; Bentford; Hickory Cor.; Bellevue; State Road; Assyria; Ralomo; Maple Grove; Baltimore; Barry; Quimby; Hasings; Yankee Spr.; Middleville; Irving; N. Irving; Blair, Bismarck; Woodland; Fillmore; Caledonia; P.O.; Harris Cr.; S. Case; W. Campbell; Bowne; Sebewa; Lake City; Danby; Berling; Mud Cr. Centre; Clinton Jun.; Sunfield; Rosanna; Vermonly; Meady; Nashville; Chester; Potter; Carlisle; Charlotte; Grand River Val. R.R.; Eaton Rap.; Boolefield; Onanada; Olivet; Pantell; Ranges West; County L.; Windfield; Eaton; Sevaastopol; W. Windsor; Milletts; Lansing; Grand Ledge; Delta; Bath; Chandliers; Eagle; Looking Glass R.; N. Eagle; Clinton; S. Riley; Riley; Geary; Portland; River Bend; Okema; Neridian; Holt P.O.; Mason; Ingham; White Oak; Briem; Felts; Bunker Hill; Leslie; Fitchburg; Unadilla; Ranges East; Stockbridge; Pnkney; Plainfield Middleton; Marion; Iosco; Livingston; Howell; Flening; Webberv.; Gifford; Delhi; Williams; Alverson Locke; Perry; Langsburg; Pittsburg; Harwellville; Fremont; Burns; Byron; Glass Riv.; Cohoctah; Deer Cr.; Madison; Oak Groave; Parshail Cty.; Conway; Williams; Livingston; Fowlerv.; Oceala C.; Genoa; Green Oak; Petersville; Hamburg; S. Lyon; Hudson; Kensington; W. Novi; Novi; Farmington; Commerce; Milford; Highland; White L.; Spring Hills; Dayton; Pl.; Tyrone; Clarkston; Davisburg; Fenton; Holley; Linden; Kipps’ Cors.; Stony Bath; Orton Cty.; Groveland; Austin; Jersey; Springfd. P.O.; Brandon; Oakwood; Oxford; Romeo; Orion; Pontiac; Utica; Troy; Mt. Clemens; Big Beaver; Warren; Royal Oak; Southfield; Franklin; N. Farmington; Straits L.; Our Towns; Plank Road; Meads; Northv.; Greendale; Whitmore; Utica Plank; Oakland; Macomb; Disser; Washington; Armada; Lakeville; Almont; Bervile; Memphis; Mich. Anb. Line; Mende; Belle River; St. Clair; Ridgeway; Casca; New Haven; New Baltimore; Roberts Ldg.; Columbus; Lake St. Clair; Smithsv.; Pt. Huron; Carana; Moore; China; Sombres; Marine City; Baby’s Pt.; Canada; Roseville; Dalton City; Vaukegan; Rockland; Highland Park; Winnetka; Evanston; Ravenswood; Chicago; South Haven; W. Geneva; Grand Junc.; Lauren; Breedsville; Bangor; Van Buren; McDonald; Hartford; Coverto; Benton Harbor; St. Joseph; Royalain; Mich. & Lake Shore R.R.; Berrien St.; St. Joseph River; Dowagrae; Eau Claire; Pokagon; Berrien Cen.; Sodus; Kedlersville; Bainbridge; Watervliet; Ganbor; Lawren; Bear L.; Mills; Bloomingdale; Pine Gr.; Kendall; Atamo; Brownell; Waverly; Ostemo; Glendale; Arlington; Lawrence; PawPaw; Mathwin; Prospect Tr.; Decatur; Lawton; Little Prairie; Marcellus; Volinia; Casso; Plis; James T.; Vandalia; Three Rivers; Howardsv.; Parkv.; Moorgan; Park; Flowerfield; Schoolcraft; Portage; Aristin; Clinton; Kalamazoo; Comstock; Augusta; Richland; Yorkv.; Birnie Cr.; Balesburg; Helieurs; Calhoun; W. Leroy; E. Leroy; Newton; Abstrota; Segillia; Burlington; Athens; Fulton; Wakesland; Portage L.; Mendon; Colon; Indian L.; Pavilian; Scotts; Kalesburg; Bedford; A.L. Cros.; Mattison; Goldwater; Sherwood; S. Butler; Jonesville; Litchfield; Onion City; Mich. Bent. Air Line Div.; Girard; Butler; Mosherville; Hanover; Clarendon; Trkonsha; Burlingoton; Segulllia; Homer; Concord; Bath; N. Concord; Turnbull; Jackson; Parma; Marengo; Marshall; Clarence; Springport; Tompkins; Henrietta; Waterloo; Chelsea; Mich. Central R.R.; Washtenaw; Franciscoville; Grass L.; Leom; Mich. Centre; Napoleon; Norwell; Manchester; Watkats; Brooklyn; Cambridge; Somerset; Jerome; Springavale; Ft. Wayen Jacon & Saginaw R.R.; Moscow; Libery; Baldwins; M. Columbia; Spring Arbor Junc.; Dexter; Base L.; Gravel Run; Webster; Scio; Delhi Mills; Fosters; Geddes; Ann Arbor; Ypsilanti; Saline; Dentons; Belleville; Marins; Stony Cr.; York; Bridgewater; Benton; Macon; Lake Ridge; Tecumseh; Ridgeway; Dundee; Chaes; Milan; W. Milan; Kelly Cors.; Plymoth; Webster; Whitmore L.; Greendale; Summit; Livonia C.; Perrinsville; Dearborn; Inksters; Seconds; Wayne; Taylor Cent.; Romulus; New Boston; Rawsonv.; Oakville; Lima; Fredonia; Canton; Smith; Pain Cr.; Exeter; London; E. Milan; Athlan; Rockwood; Grafton; Huron; Trnton; Brown; Tetroit; Oak; Greenfield; Wallace; Elm; Dalton; Conners Cr.; Windsor; Sandwich; Amherstbury; Great Western R.R.; Pigeon Bay; Detroit River; South Chicago; Laketon; Sawyer P.O.; Troy; Chickamuga; Union Pier; New Buffalo; Coynibo; Michigan City; La Porte; South End; Michigan Southern R.R.; New Troy; Three Oaks; Buchanan; Dayton; M.C.R.R.; Galien; Weescro; Berriens Cen.; Summersv.; Avery; Niles; Edwards Sta.; Bertrand; Howard; Barren L.; Middleton; Indiana; Elkhart; Hottville; St. Joseph; Berrit; Cass; Casscopolis; Howard; James T.; Vanalia; Newburgh; Williamsville; Calvin; Constantine; White Pigeon; Three Rivers; Centreville; Side Track; Noble; Fawn L.; Otis; Gilead; E. Gilead; Bronson; Bethel; Batavia; Mich. Southern R.R.; Nottawa; Al Cros; Matison; Perrin; Branch; Algansee; Kinderknol; Edinburgh; Reading California; Hilldsale; Bankers; Quincy; Allen; N. Adams; Wheatland; Churchs Cor.; Osseo; Pittsford; Ranson; S. Right; Amtor; Hudson; Cambrill; Camden; S. Camden; White; Lanson; Seneca; Weston; Morenci; Fairfield; Dover; Geneva; Adrian; Lenawee; Clayton; Wood; Lake Shore & Mich. R.R.; Blissfield; Riga; Deerfield; Monroe; Petersburg; Lenawee J.; N. Raisinville; Ida; Whiteford Cen.; Erie; Lambert; Ottowa; Alexis; Genna; La Salle; State Line; Toledo; Cedar Pt.; Grafton; Stony Pt.; Plaisance Bay; Middle Sister; Pt. Peter; E. Sister; W. Sister; Maumee B. Note: Railroad and Post Office Map of Michigan; H. Belden & Co. Publishers

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Page  75 imp I FIlS "TORy O'F KENT COUNTY SFATE OF MICHIGAN. HISTORY OF KENT COUNTY, MICHIGAN. The region of country now known as the State of Michigan has been a conspicuous figure in the history of the New World for well nigh two hundred, years. In the efforts of the French to gain and maintain a strong foothold on the continent, they early took advantage of the easy communication with the interior, furnished by the St. Lawrence River and the lower lakes, and eventually pushed their discoveries, as well as colonies and military posts nearly half way across the continent. The site of Detroit was soon recognized as a strategic point of importance, and became a base for operations farther north and west, as well as an important member of a series of military posts by which it was proposed to unite the Gulf of St. Lawrence, with the Mississippi River and the Gulf of Mexico; and thus confine the English speaking colonists to a narrow region principally along or near the Atlantic Coast. But the struggle for supremacy on this continent was settled in favor of the English, and Michigan, from being a French province for nearly one hundred years, became a British dependency in 1763, and continued so until the close of the Revolutionary War, when the chain of great lakes became the boundary between the colonies and the mother country, although formal possession was not fully relinquished until 1796. Prior to this time the shores of the great lakes had been examined and a number of trading posts established, around which, gathered in some instances a few families, but beyond Detroit to the west and north scarcely any. thing was known of the interior of the country for some time after the opening of the present century. Michigan was at first included with a vast and undefined region west and north of the Ohio River, under the general name of the Northwest Territory. This, after the organization of Ohio, was known as Indiana Territory until 18o5, when Illinois Territory was instituted and Indiana Territory embraced only what is now the State of Indiana Upon the admission of Illinois as a state in i818, Iowa, Minnesota, and Wisconsin were attached to and known as Michigan Territory. During the territorial existence of Indiana, it was for convenience divided into several territorial counties, of which the most easterly one, named in honor of General Wayne, included all of the lower peninsula of Michigan; and upon the separation of Michigan from Indiana this name attached to the older or principal settled part; so tlat it is proper in a sense to say that all of the counties of Michigan are off-shoots from Wayne County. Up to I82o Detroit contained only a few hundred inhabitants, and outside of what is now Wayne County they were still few and far between. General Cass was Governor of the territory which now began to attract public attention, on account of its eligible situation, the wealth of its forests, its soil and minerals. In 1821 by a treaty with the Pottawatomies, followed by a similar one with the Ottawas, each tribe ceded a mile square of their lands, to be selected by the President, upon the condition that a teacher and a blacksmith were to be maintained upon these tracts at an expense of $1,ooo per annum, for the benefit and instruction of the Indians. The carrying out of these stipulations was placed in the hands of General Cass, and Charles C. Trobridge was commissioned by him to arrange the details. The Pottawatomie station was located on the St. Joseph River, and the Ottawas at the rapids, on Grand River; and this became the nucleus for the future County of Kent. PIONEERS AND EARLY SETTLEMENT. There was a tradition among the Indians, of a white man having visited the rapids on Grand River a hundred years or more ago; but so far as is now known, to Rix Robinson, who settled at the mouth of the Thorn Apple, as an Indian trader in the year 1821, belongs the distinction of being the first white man to locate within the limits of Kent County. A Mr. Isaac McCoy, an agent of the Baptist Missionary Convention of the United States, visited Grand Rapids in 1823 with the view of securing the benefits of the Indian Grant for the body represented by him, but failing in some of the arrangements he staid but a stort time. In the following year Rev. Lewis Slater, a Baptist Missionary, came with a blacksmith and two other whites, and erected a log residence and a log school house, the first ever put up at the Rapids. In 1826 Louis Campau, a native of Detroit, but for ten years an Indian trader at Saginaw, came here for the purpose of making it his permanent home. He also established trading posts at Kalamazoo, Muskegon and several other points. From this time until 1833, a brother, Toussaint Campau was also with him much of the time. A few Indian traders visited the Rapids from time to time, but the lands were not in the market, and the Indians held full possession. In the year 1833, however, a land office was established at Whqite Pigeon. David Tucker and Gideon iN. Gordon had established themselves at Granville in 1832, and Mr. Mursoc at Lowell in 1829, but in 1833 things began to wear a different aspect-at least half a dozen families had settled within Wyoming Township. Mr. Campau and Luther Lincoln entered the first tracts of land"; Lincoln securing the site of the Village of Grandville, and Mr. Campau a portion of the present site of the City of Grand Rapids, lying east of the river and south of Bridge Street. In this year also came Joel Guild, Barney Burton, Eliphalet Turner, Ira Jones, Jonathan F. Chubb and otners, many of whom are mentioned in the proper place in the township histories. It was in the Spring of 1834, however, that~ the great influx of emigrants commenced' and the little hamlet, where only a few acres were cleared, at the foot of the rapids, suddenly became quite a village.' A saw mill had been erected on Indian Creek during 1833. Mr. Slater was teaching a school, a small Catholic Church was built on the west side, under the guidance of a Rev. Mr. Barrigus, but in the Winter of 1833-4 it was removed to the east side at the instance of Mr. Campau. In the Spring of 1834 the Town of Kent was organized, and the work of founding and organizing a civilized community in the wilderness seemed fully accomplished. Prominent among the arrivals of that year were: Richard Godfrey, Robert Barr, Louis Morau and Lovell Moore. -What is known as the Kent Company was formed, and immediate steps were taken to utilize the vast water-power at the rapids, and to extend the village north from Campau's purchase, GEOGRAPHICAL SITUATION. The County of Kent is thirty-six miles in length from north to south, and tWenty-four in width, and lies in the southwestern portion of the " Lower Peninsula." The center of the county is about six miles northeast of the City'of Grand Rapids, thirty-three miles east of the nearest point of Lake Michigan, and about eighty-seven miles north of the southern boundary of the state. By the United States Survey the range or meridian line, from which all the townships of the state are numbered east or west, was fixed a few miles east of the center of the state, and just east of the City of Jackson, while the base line, starting near the City of Detroit, runs due east and west about forty-eight miles north of the boundary line dividing Michigan from the great States of Ohio and Indiana. From these lines the townships embraced in Kent County are numbered 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and io north, and the ranges 9, 10, Ii and 12 west. Within it- limits therefore, are 24 full townships, 864 sections or nearly 552,96o acres, less, of course, the amount of the surface embraced in the numerous small lakes. After excluding lands exempt (in round numbers) a full half-million of acres are annually returned for taxation. Kent County is bounded on the north by Newaygo and Montcalm Counties, east by Montcalm and lonia Counties, south by Barry and Allegan Counties, and west by Ottawa and Muskegon Counties. STREAMS AND LAKES. Kent is an unusually well-watered county. Grand River, the largest stream within the state, enters the east side of the county about eleven miles from the southeast corner, flows west about six miles, then in a northwesterly course about fourteen miles, next southwest for about six miles, nearly due south for four miles, and thence in a southwest course for about eight miles, leaving the county at a point nearly due west of the point of entrance. This stream makes few short turns in its course of about forty miles through the county, but changes its direction by majestic sweeps. In early times it was navigated by flat. boats from Jackson to its mouth, and by steamers as far up as lon'ia, in Ionia County. The rapids however, where it makes a descent of about fifteen feet in less than two miles, was an effectual bar to passage of all crafts except in a fall stage of water. The head-waters of this noble stream are within less than fifty miles of Lake Erie, and after meandering through seven counties, and a distance of perhaps one hundred and seventy-five miles, its waters mingle with those of Lake Michigan, being the largest contribution made to that great inland sea, which has a coast line of about seven hundred miles. Within the City of Grand Rapids the immense motive-power, the grandest in the state, has been largely utilized, and either bank is lined with mills and factories of largeý size, and great variety. Next in size in the county is the Thorn Apple River, which, entering the south end of the county eight miles from its southeast corner, flows north until it falls into the Grand at Ada. This is a very rapid stream, from forty to sixty yards in width, and from its great descent furnishes almost unlimited power, which has been partially utilized at several points. Flat River, which enters Vergennes Township, and follows a very serpen. tine course for some eight or ten miles, is a stream rivaling the last in width, and furnishes a most magnificent power at the Village of Lowell. It has not the rapidity and amount of fall belonging to the last, but is, as its. name indicates, often a sluggish stream. It, with some of its upper tributaries, are much used for running saw-logs. Rouge River, rising in Muskegon County, enters Kent County through Tyrone Township, flowing mostly south and east, falls into the Grand in Plainfield Township, near to the village by that name. This stream by reason of the great amount of fall furnishes an amount of power scarcely second to the Thorn Apple. Running as it does almost its whole length through pine lands, it, with its principal tributaries, have played a most important part in the development of this county. The principal creeks in the county tributary to the rivers named, areBlack Creek, rising in the north part of the county and flowing southeast into Flat River; Cold Water, or Little Thorn Apple, rising in Ionia County, and flowing west into the Thorn Apple River; Plaster and Buck Creeks, rising in the south and southwest part of the county, and running northwest into Grand River; and Duke Creek, rising in the north part of the county, and flow~ing southwest and uniting with Rouge River. There are several others of nearly equal importance, but which will not be here mentioned. These streams and. their tributaries throughout the most part of their length have furrowed out valleys for themselves of considerable depth in many instances, but of no great width..In many instances abrupt hills rise on either side almost from the river's bed, from fifty to one hundred and fifty or more feet, leaving scarcely any room for bottom lands, while in other cases there are first and second bottoms of considerable width. Plateaus, or terraces, showing that the rivers in days long gone by occupied a much higher level than the present, and shifted and changed their courses,, sorting and arranging the materials over which they flowed just as they are doing to-day in a much more confined area. SAt (l The Rapids," Grand River has cut down through the overlying "drift" and into bed rocks, and limestones, sandstone, slate, shales, and "(tplaster rock " or gypsum are found at many points on one or both sides of the river, covered from sight in most places by the debris from the surrounding hills. Buck and Plaster Creeks have also in a few places cut down through the drift and exhibited gypsum by a natural exposure. One of the most remarkable features in the surface configuration of the county is its system of small lakes, more than one hundred and seventy of which are deemed of sufficient importance to be located on the map. With the exception of Paris and Wyoming Townships, none are without one or more of these little seas, and some of them can show twenty-five or more each. These little reservoirs of fresh water vary in size from three or four acres to five hundred or six hundred acres. They vary as much in other characteristics as size. Some are beautiful little gems, with well-defined sandy or gravelly beaches, while others are surrounded in whole or in part with marshes, which are more or less rapidly encroaching upon the water, showing that at no very distant day these lakes will be obliterated, as numerous -others have been; and a marsh capable of bearing a heavy growth of tamarack,, - (75) white cedar or swamp ash, will take their places. Some of t!hese lakes are of considerable depth (fabulous depth if you will believe all the stories), and are well stocked with valuable varieties of fish, either artificially or naturally. Among the more important of these lakes is Reed Lake, about three miles east of the city of Grand Rapids, an inviting summer resort, reached by the horse cars; Silver and Bostwick Lakes, in Cannon Township; Nagle, Crooked, Pine, and Muskrat Lakes, in Grattan Township; Wabasis, Scrum, and Horseshoe Lakes, in Oakfield Township; and Lincoln Lake, in Spencer Township. Besides these there are several others of nearly or quite as much importance as some named, but space forbids further notice. Many, if not all these lakes, are subject to a change of level, and some observers declare that these fluctuations occur at the same time as changes are noticed in the great lakes, and fromL this and their great depth is inferred some sort of a subterranean connection with Lake Michigan; but as there is probably not a lake in the county whose surface is less than one hundred feet above that of Lake Michigan, nothing is more improbable than the hypothesis advanced. There can be no doubt but that all of them are affected in greater or less degree by long continued drouth, and sooner or later by periods of great rainfall. GEOLOGICAL FORMATION, MINERAL DEPOSITS, ETC. This county is situated upon the western outcrop of what is termed the ft Michigan Salt Group," a formation considerably above (geologically speaking) the saliferous rocks of other parts of the country. In the central part of the "lower peninsula," occupying the greater Dart of twelve or fifteen counties, is the " Michigan Coal Field," the western limit of which is, according to Winchell, not far from the east line of Kent County. West of this line the coal measures _appear to have been carried away by some vast denuding force at the same time perhaps as the depths of Lake Michigan were being plowed orscooped out. West of Ionia County the first rock in position would be, according to the authorities, the subcarbonifarous limestone, which is met with for the first time in a natural exposure at the Rapids; and although it has a slight dip, generally, perhaps, towards the center of the coal basin, under which it passes, it could probably be found any where in the valley, above the Rapids, at no great depth below the surface. The stratified rock exposed at the Rapids is described as occurring in thin, irregular, gently undulating beds, much broken up, and embracing frequent partings of clayey and bituminous matter, and "as being more calcareous at the top than lower down, where it becomes more or less arenaceous or sandy, and even includes patches and considerable belts of sandstone. The known thickness of this belt is not less than fifty-one feet from the exposure downward, while it is supposed that the uncovered portions-on the bluffs may add something to this. This rock is but slightly fossiliferous, although a considerable number of brochiopods, and the spines and teeth of fish have from time to time been discovered. Pyrites and some beautiful specimens of calcite crystals have also been found. These beds yield a building stone valuable for rough as well as dressed work, but its chief use is for burning into lime, which is being done on a considerable scale. This limestone formation appears to rest immediately upon the " Michigan Salt Group," of which the gypsum beds are the most important features, and by all odds the most valuable mineral deposit yet discovered in this part of the state. These beds, which are supposed to underlie the whole of the valley from the city to the county limits (and are even supposed to underlie the whole state), have perhaps an average (aggregate) 'thickness of near twenty feet. The order at several of the worked beds seems to be first commencing at the top with masses of reddish gypsum, sometimes called the "boulder bed," interspersed with limestone and shales, followed by flinty limestone and shales, water limestone and shales, then a thin bed of plaster rock, with more water lime and shales, followed by five or six feet of plaster, which is separated by a few inches of shale from the lower and principal bed of gypsum, often thirteen feet or more in thickness. This last is the purest and most important member of the group. Some portions of the shales are strongly impregnated with salt, and small masses of rock-salt are found interspersed with the gypsum beds. The beds on Plaster.Creek, and also on Buck Creek, near Grandville, are worked by stripping, the overlying earth, gravel, etc., being from ten to twenty feet in thickness while the beds on the west or northwest bank of Grand River are worked by a drift under the bluff, where it is from seventyfive to one hundred feet in height, and what are known as the l' plaster cases," ten to fifteen acres in extent, are objects of much interest to numerous visitors. Half a million dolla~rs or more are invested in seven mills and quarries, the annual product of which amounts to near half a million dollars' worth of land piaster, and the calcined, or stucco plaster. The land plaster, it is said, aggregated about forty thousand tons, and the stucco, amounting to sixty thousand barrels per annum, giving employment in mills and mines to about three hundred workmen. Near Grandville, sandstone of a quality suitable for building purposes is being quarried-both above and below the, plaster bed, to what extent, however, was not learned. As early as I833, Hon. Lucius Lyon sunk a salt well, and for two or three years carried on the manufacture of salt, but with this experience, and after the investment of about $2o,000, it was found unprofitable, and abandoned. Fifteen years later several other gentlemen of means sunk wells and manufactured several thousand barrels, but could not make it profitable in competition with the superior. facilities enjoyed in the Saginaw Valley, and it was abandoned. SURFACE, SOIL, TIMBER, ETC. A comprehensive survey of the County of Kent would find it an undulating plain, in nearly the center of which the Grand River had worn a valley from 125 to 175 or 200 feet in depth. A very small proportion of what is known as the uplands would be found outside of these two extremes. The highest railroad summit in the county is reported at about two hundred feet above the river. Into this central valley nearly every section of the county is drained through numerous cross valleys, along some of which the bluffs seem nearly or quite as high as along the principal valley. There are few hills (strictly m.................. , Ff S= } " "...... =-.... ---- ' '.... -- ==--,a-_........ 2.... --._ ~ __--............................... -= _ __ _ __2........ ~............. .... _ --- --- ---.......,,.--T_..------_-=----= I R

Page  76 mm HISTORY OF KENT COUNTY CONTINUED. speaking) in the county, and where some bold prominence, seen from a valley, seems to tower above the landscape, it will generally be found backed by table land fully as high, and of which it formerly formed a part. There is a great variety of soil, from the merest beds of sand, to rich sandy loams; large areas of almost purely vegetable matter, large bodies of stiff clay, and considerable tracts where the surface seems to be almost entirely gravel, ranging from fine to coarse. In some instances the transition from one variety to another is very sudden, giving in a small compass every variety of soil. The fine lands in many instances, and especially where there is a considerable admixture of hard woods, are found to be very fertile and well adapted to most farming purposes. As a whole the county will compare favorably with almost any in the state, and lying within what is known as the "fruit belt," the county will ever rank well up among the agricultural and horticuItural portions of the state. About one-half of the members of the " State Pomological Society " reside within this county. There is a small amount of pine in most of the townships of the county, although there are but few pine groves of much cons.equence south of the Grand River, excepting, in Wyoming, Paris, and Byron Townships. In several of the northern and northwestern townships, pine may be said to be the leading timber, and in two or three of them perhaps, there are, or have been, more pine trees than all other kinds put together. Next to pine, perhaps, white oak is the most generally diffused variety of timber, while in a number of towns, beech and maple or the sugar tree are the prevailing timbers, quite generally accompanied, however, with several other varieties, as bass-wood, ash, elm, and white-wood. Black and burr oaks are found in great abundance in many parts of the county. Lumbering has always been one of the prominent interests of the county. -It is estimated that more than 75,000,000 feet of lumber, valued at about $9oo00,000ooo, is manufactured at Grand Rapids in a year, while the amount manufactured on the railroads leading to the city, and which is owned or controlled here, would nearly or quite double the amount. It is obvious, however, that this heavy drain must soon exhaust the forests within reach. THEN AND NOW. A comparison of the " day of small things," with the present advanced position, will not be devoid of interest. It will be seen in the history of Kent Township, that in 1834 the revenue of the town, then embracing the entire county south of the river, was $66.50; and that $45.12 was sufficient to "grease the wheels of government," for the first year. To-day we find the taxes levied bythe state and county in the City of Grand Rapids alone exceeds $40,600. Owing to the destruction of the public records at an early day, we are unable to present a statement of the financial condition of the county prior to 1845. From the supervisors' record for that year we present the following, which shows the estimated wealth of each township then organized, with the state and county tax charged to each. The nine townships then organized, embraced the whole of the county, which has since been divided into twentyfour towns. Horses and cattle under one year, and sheep and hogs under six months old were not enumerated. The report of the wheat, hay, potatoes and fruit crops for 1873 was not near as favorable as for 1870; the wheat falling behind one hundred and thirty-five thousand bushels, or fully twenty-five per cent., owing to the very unfavorable season. Something may be learned of the extent and importance of the leading manufacturing establishments of the county by the following statement of the numbers of each kind, with hands employed in each, capital invested and value of the products of each, based upon the Census of 1874. CO 0 0 H.0 1= = 0 0 = a, 0 CO N 00 *0 cci C, -c 0 co 2 cci ci, a, cci -C C, Cci cci C C 0 C, 2 cci 0 0i C C -C 00 w -A 02 H --A cC 02 H H 19) On 4-,)4ý o ne ci '"co 'O 01 '0 0 D C 0 el OOc a 0 -r -- 't-'0 1 C7 N CN^< 0 m^- 00 It 0^ 0-\ 1ý0 Ino ýq O CD's Os'N- Cýin u)- ko N U') O 0 cv-' o0 --q %~ q \0 T) .. H 0 C A 0 C00,ý q c;, zd-Lnin - 0 C,4 Gor c 'e Cn CCcO VFC Cc o CO ' C, > 01 0 6 - Kinds of Manufactures. 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C' K-1n O 0 r-.oo co ICS po~ "CS S -4 CqciCSFM HU -I CS H o ncc coc) CH aco 00 ccc c c in C'cctCSONin M 0 H -ý t t- ti-- c c " \0 C)t-ac Ocl o ccc a %c 00 0 u-)O D i r t-co c 'c-0 cc 0 cc-o000 cc' a "-O cc0ccc t-0 0 C S00 0":cqr- - n t- ' C cccr-r '0D,00o r-cc c ci en m C'0'DIoo 0-Coo t-en c c -c co' it 0 t-t-cCO u rS ý4'1, aaeCO, cc. C", ",r-- c c c'c 'n c tO -ccH -'-O m i- i'5 'en-e-n-C c uC-S c _,_ o O1 el co " -No 001aO h '~- QOoo i -i b mi>.-a-O r- i' l>-coco Om i- i- oo go 0^,d: o-,a," - ' o;c ' '^^^oo c?',^r,-o ' coo c o -,'o,-' - -Q O H- CSCS HCC H- CS!C1 H- a c1i1 M H ' -4 PH*.en Clothing ---- ----------.------ Boots and Shoes*--------------- Paper Mill......... Bakeries ----------------------- Tobacco and Cigar------------- Breweries ------------------ "Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron----.Edge Tools-------------------- Saddles and Harness ----. --..--. Tannery ----------- ---- Wooden Ware, Clothes Pins, -etc._ Barrel, Tub, and Pail Factories-- Staves, Heading, and Hoops ----- Pump Factory --------- Furniture and Chairs ------.-.--- Fanning Mills - _ _ _ __----. Carriages and Wagons ---... Agricultural Implements - - -.. Foundry and Machine Shop.. Planing and Turning------------ Shingles --------------------- Saw Mills-----------.. ---- ---- Flour Mills----------------- Plaster Millsf +------------------ No. of Establist ments. 6 3 I 3 2 4 3 2 5 T I S 4 2 I 10 I 10.5 9 17 21 54 27 7 340 36 20 35 33 34 20 29 34 6 8I 266 45 6 748 40 153 130 209 357 i68 1,o65 85 300 Presons h- Employed. Capital Invested. $113,000 20,600 35,000 69,oo000 11,000 156,5oo 19,000 30,000 24,000 38,000 73,500 81,8oo00 13,000 - 3,00ooo 980,500 40,000 S228,000 140,000 212,700 437,000 45,00ooo 905,800 418,8oo00 450,000 Value of Products. $335,000 59'ooo 59,500 10,000 190,000 55,0oco 139,050 29,000 32,000 74,500 25,000 92,000 189,938 40,000, 15,000 1,18o,ooo000 34,000 191,506' 225,000 "309,000 560,000ooo 128,300 1,466,5oo00 1,339,025 500,000o I - - I *Returns incomplete. tEstimated. C4 coo c '%cOc cc '0 n -co Ht -a0'0 0" c H"-I't-oO c, en O'- C O a '-c-O - oo -^ 0 r-C. \ VcV Lr) u"'ýý i cq C"" 0",0o0 ONwO o0 0" 0 CO c tO r--t' j-t 't 0 c O 0 ON cr- r 0 0 0 - rac-. a I,o C 5 & 'c, 6 4 6 0 or-^C C,6 0 co &&;) 4c - C' T 4 c4 CSCt-CnSCaCescHC'CS ci ci -It- seC SJc en en S en) O O r) c c ' n0inintf 0 -t-00" I I- n c c cN t O L 0cr-o io I O'\ C', cr cON 0 t't- Co c-to,'t- CD- 0 'O In u00o I-O C7\ 0 O - 0 CS C'CFO cto C --co CS 5 0 ' c a co o -t-ta cN d c'- cq O4 e0 ( 0i0 0 COi e0en-U Olsene nOa 0ISe " C6 UN4 i'Dn H-- ', C' OH H-ca cc ' 0' 0 i tom-ON O rtO- Hr--r0ooo c o tzi-<i 0"-t 5ý4t iLnvo o r- i- t |-0 65 o o CO n l C'O o" NTO 51A o \0 in H C O ON- Ct O N0 0 tO 'cH- r'U-)Coo mc O c cqcc O'a Co 'O co cl Oi N Ho t-i oes l Oa O Nt- M cHto ciN ci Oi OC o cl I LO> TOWNHP TAX ROLL COUNTY STATE TOTAL TOWNSHIPS. ^ TXS 1845, TAX. TAX. TAXES. Ada--------------------- $52,947 $423 58 $132 37 $455 95 Byron------------------- - 69,563 556 50 173 Q91 750 41 Caledonia --------------- 40,625 325 00oo 69 81 394 8I Courtland----.----------- 27,927 223 39 101 56 324 95 Grand Rapids------------ 127,520 1020 16 318 8o 1338 96 Paris-------------------- 54.-357 434 86 135 89 570 95 Plainfield---------------.40,437 323 50 101ioi 08 424 58 Vergennes --------------- 68,775 550 20 171 94 722 14 "Walker------------------ 56,480 451 81 141 20 593 01 Totals---------------- 538,628 4309 03 1346 56 5655 59 From this we may very appropriately pass to the tax roll and taxes levied against each subdivision of the county for 1875, and can thus see how the material interests of the county have developed in thirty years. It is probable that the tax-roll in both instances is less than one half the real value of thie property listed. TAXES REAL AND TOWNSHIP AND PERSONAL REAL EAL WARD.F 18R PROPERTY. ESTATE. PERSONAL 1876. PROPERTY. Ada------------... $1,616 $42,195 $402,937 $445,132 AIlgoma------------- 1,177 48,855 293,447 342,302 Alpine ------------- 2,267 85,670 565,064 650,734 Bowne -------..----.. 1,341 27,846 334,364 362,210 Byron--------------- 1,166 40,369 290,564 330,933 Caledonia------------ 1,516 36,795 377,994 414,789 Cannon-------------- 1,687 71,280 420,568 491,948 Cascade ------------- 1,515 39,465 377,590 417,055 Courtland------------- 1,512 55,o8o 376,978 432,058 Gaines -------------- 1,572 44,926 390,804 436,730 Grand Rapids- ---- 3,306 64,180 826,419 890,599 Grattan----..----------- 1,659 64,380 411,91 475,471 Lowell -------------- 2,683 112,495 468,763 581,258 Nelson -------.------ 854 26,675 212,952 239,657 Oakfield-------------- 1,442 35,516 359,358 394,864 Paris.-------------- 3,225 62,960 803,781 866,741 -Plainfield--.----.------ 1,6oi 41,115 399,0o8o 440,195 Solon.------------- 884 39,990 220,401 260,391 Sparta--------------- r,8oi 78,775 448,828 527,603 Spencer ------.------- 530. 7,855 132,162 140,017 Tyrone-------------- - 761 12,851 189,707 202,558 Vergennes ----------- 1,747 46,175 435,547 481,722 Walker--------------- 2,374 55,455 591,672 647,127 Wyoming------------ 1,881 49,890 468,773 518,663 City, ist Ward--------- 3,153 20,800oo 785,784 806,584 2d Ward-------- 12,119 824,525 3,0o19,938 3,844,463 3d Ward--------- 8,024 313,725 1,999,5o6 2,313,231 4th Ward------- 9,232 220,475 2,300,625 2,521,100 5th Ward ------- 2,361 49,850 588,418 638,268 6th Ward------- -1,200 21,040 299,097 320,137 7th Ward ------- 1,913 62,150 476,782 538,932 8th Ward ------- 2,126 60,520 529,898 590,418 Totals------------- 81,246 2,763,837 19,999,908 22,565,190 The importance of the county agriculturally may be seen from the following tables, which are abstracts from the state census of 1874, and refers, so far as the productions are concerned, to the crop of 1873, except in the matter of wool and maple sugar. i a A o ' i~i 500481 0 0 -t ~o 1,; ii <^ 4<< KOpqJL X I I, i i t/ ~ CA) cccS 0 i, i -- i! i i i i.1 " & I 2. J I I C 5 oCZc g3. tC5-, -> d d 0 0 ' tO t 0 K K n -l 0 0~*5 U 0000 K Z^ ' - 0^ *KetH GO co tU C 4-'0 C,00 "(Pi =4 -0 0 T>, 0. ^42 1O o o.1j co 5~2' C'51 a, -5-. -0 - 0..0 0 2:w --a w = Io 0 -o ct v 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 '71'- in O O 0 0 0 O 0 0 0oo0o00 000 0 'Coo,00OOOOOO 00 (e S-O c o 0 0 0- Of 0 0 0 0 0 0'0 0 n 00 0 0 0 co S'00 000 0 010 '' 0 N0c 0 '000'T.6c i0 tOn t- co010 5 01i-4 -,.- - OC- i- 1.0 7c- & o 0 q eq N 11 000000 0t0 000 0C000Q0000 0 000000 '000c0 000000000 0 0 0^- N M-) 0 17r I N 0^ 0 in I Q 0 0 t'7i- in m 0 O o oc cocr o ' ' oc c cococo-'t co 1 in i-q It-H- 'C 'Dt- ciCSC cc0 %,0 c cON kýo 0 1-- 1 Cl'%O.0 C\ -- 0^ 0 t cf) xrt <in.0 00 occ ^ it- '0 t-c ' tc'O ti oo mieno tO 01 CS 0m CO *^l HISTORY OF ADA TOWNSHI-P. Ada is one of the "interior" townships, its northwest corner being, the center of the county. It lies south of Cannon, west of Vergennes, north of Cascade, and immediately east of Grand Rapids Township. The center of Ada is nine miles from the county seat, on a bee line. SETTLERS AND ORGANIZATION. The first and only settler of Ada for a number of years was Rix Robinson, who located at the mouth of the Thorn Apple as an Indian trader, in 1821. He appears to have been the pioneer of the county or first white man who made the county a stopping place for several years, and made Ada his home until his death, which occurred in 1875. We are unable to obtain reliable information of any other persons taking up their residence in Ada prior to 1836, though it is probable there were a few as early as 1834 or 1835. Some confusion of names, dates, and events, seem to have occurred in previously published accounts. The township was not organized until 1838, and certainly no election was held in it prior to that time, and all records of town meetings prior to 1842 seem to have been lost. Sidney and Torry Smith came as agents of l ucius B. Lyon, and erected a block-house about the mouth of the Thorn Apple, in 1836, but did not bring their families till the following season, Torry Smith's family consisted of his wife and seven children, of whom J. H. Smith, the.present hotel keeper at Ada was one. When the Smith families arrived in 1837, several accessions had been made to the small colony, a fine paper village had been laid out, speculation ran high, and corner lots were deemed great prizes. Of those who came prior to the Spring of 1837, certainly were Edward and Nelson Robinson and Whiting Fisk, Benjamin Beach, Rawson Ward, and Hamilton Andrews came about the same time. Rix Church and a brother, and Hiram Laraway, settled about the same time nearly in what is now Cascade Township, once associated with Ada. Edward Pettis, Mr. Crow, Loring Hill, Hiram Rhodes, John Dugal,- and Alexander and Peter McNaughton, and A. H. Riggs, were also in about the same time. John and William Spence, Samuel Bass, Miles Randall, came as early as 1838. Simeon D. Holt, Peter McLean, R. G. Chaffee, and others, came about the same time. Sidney Smith did much of the town business for many years, and the town was name for his estimable daughter, Miss Ada.SSmith, now Mrs. James Miller, of the City of Grand Rapids. At a town election in 1842, the first one of which any record appears to have been preserved, sixty-three votes were cast. For Supervisor, Norman Ackley received thirty-two votes, and was thus elected by one vote. For Town Clerk and Treasurer, Nelson Robinson received sixty-three votes. Rix Robinson, Perry Hill, S. D. Holt, Edward Cook, Woi. L. Granger, and Henry Laverty, were also persons noted for various positions.- At a general election in November, one hundred and thirty votes were cast, which would look like a large vote for that early day, but it must be borne in miind that Ada at that time included Cascade and Caledonia, a region that has not less than 4,500 inhabitants to-day. Among the present town officers are: Supervisor-R. D. Chaffee; ClerkNicholas Therry; Treasurer-Michael Johfines; Commissioner of Highways -John Keena; Superintendent of Schools-Ervin Booth; School Inspector -C. K. Gibson; Drain Commissioner-Michael Farrell. CHARACTERISTICS, SOIL, ETC. The principal streams are the Grand and Thorn Apple Rivers. The former enters the town though the south line of the town about one mile and a half from the southeast corner, and flowing in a northwesterly course leaves the town at its northwest corner, thus leaving about one-fourth of the town south and'w'est of the river. The Thorn Apple enters the town near the middle of the south line, and flowing northeast for about one mile unites with the Grand. Several small streams rise in the township and fall into the Grand River, and fully one-half of the surface of the town, especially in the south and west portions, is very hilly and broken. Chase's Lake, in the northeast part of the township, is the only one of consequence in it. The prevailing timber is oak; and oak openings and a somewhat sandy soil generally prevail, a large per cent. of it being quite fertile. Ada is the only business centre in the township. It is a small unincorporated village. The origin of the Village of Ada, which was projected simultaneously with the settlement of the township, was a notable failure. Hon. Lucius B. Lyon, its founder, became deeply involved during the financial distress of 1837, and his backer, a Mr. Bronson, an Eastern capitalist, became the possessor of the wonderful village-that was to be; and dying almost immediately afterwards, his estate went to an infant heir, and thus was " locked up" for twenty or more years. 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Page  77 I ''"..... ..... ,+............ ~.......... -...... + --........... 7. m.=:...=........... - '+"r.......... _:___ L,,.,,,,:,'+.,,........ ....... ..................... r'.---- "--.. "'- __.''+r+___.p HISTORY OF KENT COUNTY-CONTINUED. 77 of to-day is on a different site and of much later growth, having been platted about the time of the completion of the Detroit and Milwaukee Railroad. It possesses excellent water power, partially improved, and two of the best grist mills in the county-the " Ada Mills" and " Kent County Mills." In the village are one Methodist, one Baptist, and one Congregational Church; one hotel, one dry goods, one drug and grocery, and one grocery store, a wagon, and two smith shops, etc., etc. GROWTH AND PRESENT STANDING. In 1845, Ada then including two other townships, presented a tax roll of $52,947, which in 1875 (for one-third the area) has been swelled to $445,132. Its population, which in 1850 was 503, was twenty years later 1,427. Its live stock, in 1874, was 458 horses and mules, 31 work-oxen, 5o5 milch cows, and 392 other cattle, 1,438 hogs, and 3,445 head of sheep. Its farm products, for 1873, were: wheat, 29,345 bushels; corn, 25,190; other grain, 16,384; potatoes, 15,298 bushels; hay, 1,8o8 tons; wool, 13,647 Ibs.; butter, 48,6io ibs."; and its orchard and garden products were valued at $2,j63. IF-ISTORKY OF ALGOMlA TOWNSHIP. This township is in the second tier from the west side, and is the second in the tier from the north line of the county. Solon Township is north of it, Courtland on the east, Plainfield on the south, and Sparta Township on the west, and the town center is about fifteen miles from Grand Rapids, in a direction a little east of north. SETTLEMENT, ORGANIZATION, ETC. Smith Lapham came to this township in 1843 from Washtenaw County, and settled in the southeast corner of the town on Rouge River, where the Village of Rockford now stands. Two pioneers by the name of Morton and Nelson Hunter settled on the hill just east of Rockford about the same time. No one ventured farther north until 1845, when Joshua Briggs and family, and John Davis and family, settled a mile or two farther up the river; and Henry Hensel and Henry Shank and their families settled,-till a little farther up the river. Benjamin Pettingill and N. B. Pettingill settled in the northeast corner of the town also in 1845, and so did a family of Longs and a Mr. Turner. The town was first attached to Plainfield, but was organized separately in 1845, prior to which time many other families had located in the wilderness. Among these were William Thornton, Albert L. Pickett, Morgan Alten, John H. Jacobs, and John Hamilton. Other early settlers, the date of whose arrival we have not learned, were Henry Morningstar and sons, Jacob Ife, John Boyer, John M. and James Smith, Daniel Youngblood, James Barnes, Francis Emmons, Andrew House, James Mosher, and John Dome. At the spring election in 1849, when the town was formally organized, the officers elect were: Supervisor-Smith Lapham. Clerk-William Thornton. Treasurer-Albert L. Pickett. Justices-Morgan Allen, John H. Jacobs, John Hamilton. In an early day the town meetings were held about one mile south of the center, but by a popular vote they were changed about half a dozen years since to Rockford Village, which to-day constitutes about one-half of the township. The present town officers areSupervisor-H. N. Stinson. Clerk-Charles E. Blakely. Treasurer-1. M. Travis. Justices--Smith. Lapham, David C. Fletcher. VILLAGE OF ROCKFORD. There were two saw mills erected here in 1844-5, and a post-office established in 1845; a store, opened by White & Rathbun in 1848, and an extensive grist mill in 1852, but the village was not platted until 1856, when it was known as Laphamsville. In 1865 it was replatted, and name changed to Rockford ~ and in 1866 it became an incorporated village, which we find contained 582 inhabitants. The place has made rapid progress since the completion of the Grand Rapids and Indiana Railroad in 1867, and today contains about 1,300 inhabitants. In 1845, Smith Lapham carried the mail to and from Plainfield in his pocket once a week. Miss Amy Lapham taught the first school in 1845, and a school district was organized in 1848, In 1846, Dr. R. L. Blakely was the first physician, and Rev. James Bullard, a Congregational minister, was the first preacher. The first public house was opened in 1851 by Harvey Porter. The first *marriage was that of Miss Harriet Lapham and Isaac Baker, in 1845, and the first birth in the place was Eva Baker, in 1 846. A newspaper was started in 1859, but soon suspended. Something of the business and importance of tihe place may be inferred from the following partial enumeration of the business houses, etc." One printing office and newspaper, the Rockford YRegister, founded February 8, 1871, C. H. Cowdin, editor and proprietor, appears to be in a flourishing condition; one bank, " The Rockford Exchange Bank "; one iron and brass foundry, one jewelry store, two good r-otels, the Stinson and Lapham houses;. two drug stores, five dry goods stores, two hardware stores, three grocery stores, two millinery and notion stores, one boot and shoe store, one furniture store, two livery stables, two grist mills and one saw mill, one sash and blind factory, etc., etc.. The present village officers are: President-O. E. Clark. Recorder-H. N. Stinson. Attorney-C. G. Hyde. Trustees-C. G. Hyde, D. C. Fletcher, G. C. McConnel, J. Coon, L. Peake, R. Depew. CHARACTERISTICS, SOIL, ETC. The principal water courses in this township are Rouge River and Cedar Creek. Rouge River enters the township from Solon, in section 30, flows at first southeast, then northeast to section 23, where its course changes to southeast, then due south, passing into Plainfield Township at Rockford. This being a rapid stream of good volume, makes it a most valuable mill stream, and besides, passing nearly its whole length through pine lands, millions of feet are annually cut by the numerous mills upon its.banks, and still other millions of feet of logs are run down for the markets below. Cedar Creek enters the town from Solon and Nelson, near the northeast corner, and unites with the Rouge near the center of the township. It is also a valuable mill stream. The township is generally rolling, and along the streams it is very much so. Perhaps fully one-half the township was originally fine land, or principally pine, while in many places pine is mixed largely with other woods. The soil is quite variable, and even where pine is plenty there is a degree of fert ility apparent not always found in pine lands,-and they are found capable of yielding bountiful crops of cereals. Lumbering has, however, heretofore, been the chief interest of the township. Several small lakes are to be found in the northwest part of the town, none of them of much consequence, however, except Camp Lake, a narrow sheet of water nearly one mile in length, and lying in sections 7 and 18. Tamarack and white cedar marshes are not unknown in the township. GROWTH AND PRESENT STATUS. In early days the extensive pine forests in the township were its principal attraction, but as these became exhausted, and farms began to be opened' it was discovered that husbandry would pay, perhaps bctter than lumbering; and to-day many fine and profitable farms are found in the township. In the year 185o the entire population of the town was set down at 233, which was swelled in 1870 to 1,95%, and to-day this has been augmented to about 2,6oo. In 1845, Algoma and Plainfield together were valued at $40,437, which is only a tithe of what this township can show alone to-day. In the matter of live stock, the township exhibits to-day 282 holses and mules, 95 oxen, 344 milch cows, 237 other cattle, 363 hogs, and 70o head of sheep. Its produce for 1873 was: Wheat, 12,1i5 bushels; corn, 14,99o bushels; other grain, 10,215 bushels; potatoes, 7,233 bushels; hay, 843 tons; wool, 2,405 pounds; butter, 22,430 pounds; maple sugar, 8oo pounds, and orchard and garden produce valued at $1,215. H5ISTORY OF ALPINE TOWNSHIP. Alpine is one of the western tier of townships, the third from the north end of the county, with its center about nine miles from the City of Grand Rapids. It is bounded north by Sparta Township, east by Plainfield, south by Walker Township, and west by the County of Ottawa. SETTLEMENT-ORGANIZATION. It was attached to Walker Township until the year 1847, although a few persons had located within its precincts as early as 1837. The Wright family, consisting of the parents and five sons, who settled on the south line of the town in that year. Three years later, John Coffee and Richmond Gooding settled in the west part of the township, and Jacob Snyder and John Plattee settled near its southeast corner. Near the same time Turner Mills and family settled on the east side of the town, and some three or four miles north of Plattee. In the next five or six years Edward Wheeler, C. D. Shenich, Casper Cordes, William H. Withey, John Colton, John Tuxbury, Sherman Pearsall, James Boyd, H. A. Dennison, Stephen Schaefer, and a number of others, entered the town.* The first town meeting and election occurred at a school house near the southeast corner of the town, in the Spring of 1841, when there were elected: Supervisor-Edward Wheeler. Clerk-C. D. Shenich. Treasurer-Casper Cordes. Justices-William H. Withey, John Coffee, John Colton, John Tuxbury. The present town jofficers are: Supervisor-Henry D. Wedge. Clerk-G. D. Miller. Treasurer-Lewis Williams. Justices-S. M. Pearsall, John Coffee, CHARACTERISTICS, SOIL, ETC. This town is said to have received its name from the impression of early settlers that it was pre-eminently a fine region. On the east side, upon Mill Creek, and especially in the northeast corner this was the case, but an acquaintance with the township generally will show that the name was a misnomer. More than half of the surface was clothed with heavy timber, beech and sugar abounding. A few small lakes and numerous swamps are found. The soil even in the pine lands is demonstrating its capacity to yield good crops, and much of the town is of the same character as the town north of it, and about as good as can be found in the county for grain and all kinds of fruits. There is a small cluster of houses, a mill, hotel, and two or three shops on the Grand Rapids and Newago Railroad. At Alpine Station, which scarcely claims to be a village, and this and Englishville, where the same road crosses the town line between Alpine and Sparta, are the principal " business centers." There are several grist and saw mills on the creek in the eastern part of the town, but doing less business than in an early day, when timber was plentier. GROWTH AND PRESENT STANDING. When Alpine was set off from Walker, in I847, it had already made considerable progress, and by 185o had over 5oo inhabitants, and by 1855 its tax-roll was 215,064. In 1870 its population was 1,455, and the last assessmerit rated its personal and real estate at $565o,734. Its live stock, in 1874, was put down at 457 horses, 72 work oxen, 687 cows, 645 other cattle, 760 hogs, and 3,937 head- of sheep. Few townships in the county surpassing it in amount of stock. Its agricultural products also make a very favorable showing, thus: Wheat, 36,197 bushels; corn, 31,08o bushels; other grain, 43,306 bushels; potatoes, 16,365 bushels; hay, 3,525 tons; wool, 2o,677 pounds; butter, 56,220 pounds; maple sugar, 18,325 pounds; and its orchard and garden products were valued at $9,236. HISTORY OP BOWEE TOWNSHIP. This is the southeastern township of the County of Kent, the center of the town being nearly 25 miles from the City of Grand Rapids. This township is immediately south of Lowell, and east of Caledonia, while Iona County is on the east of it, and Barry bounds it on the south. SETTLEMENT, ORGANIZATION, ETC. Mr. Jonathan Thomas, of New York, purchased land in this township in 1836, and came to it with his family, accompanied by Frederic Thompson, Israel Graves, and William Wooley, and their families, during the year 1837, and built the first house in the town. Prior to the organization of the township, which took place in 1848, James H. Truax, Jared Miller, William Stewart, Daniel C. McVean, Abraham Lowe, a Mr. White, and a Mr, Cobb, William Gibson, Salmon E. Platt, Henry C. Foster, John Underwood, Abijah Poole, and John A. Camble and others, had made the township their homes. The first township officers, elected in 1848, seem to have beenSupervisor-Roswell C. Tyler. Clerk-Daniel C. McVean. Treasurer-Justus G. Beach. Justices-Jared Miller, Norman Foster. Commissioners of Highways-Loren B. Tyler, James H. Truax, Asa R. Tyler. School Inspectors-Jared Miller, William Gibson. The following are the principal township officers for 1875-76, Supervisor-W. T. Remington. Clerk-Frank Cuykendall. Treasurer-Edwin Bunker. Jlustices-John P. Myers, Stephen Johnson. CHARACTERISTICS, SOIL, ETC. The principal water course in the town is Coldwater Creek (or Little Thorn Apple), which enters the southeast corner of the town and flows west across the town, keeping within one-quarter to one mile of the south line of the town. In the eastern part of the town is Duck Creek, and in the western Harris Creek, both tributaries of the Cold Water, and both rapid little mill streams. There are about a dozen small lakes in the town, none of them perhaps over half a mile in length, while there are numerous swamps, some of them of considerable size. In the eastern and northern part of the town timbered lands, clothed with beech, maple, bass-wood, ash, etc., etc., prevails, and some of the surface is quite level, while in the southern and western parts it is frequently very rolling, and some oak openings are found. The soil of the town is generally esteemed as being very fertile. GROWTH AND PRESENT STATE. There are no business centers in the town. There are three post-offices, Ato in the north, Bowne Center, and Harris Creek in the southwest part, where there is a valuable grist mill. There is a saw mill in the southeast corner, and another on Duck Creek, about four miles north of the last named. In 185o the population of the town was 214, and in 1870 this had increased to 1,275. In 1855 the tax-roll of Bowne was 112,678, and in 1875 it was 362,210. Grain raised in 1873: Wheat, 48,949 bushels; corn, 24,863 bushels; other grain, 19,678 bushels; potatoes, 11,992 bushels; hay, 1,761 tons" wool, 10,858 pounds; butter, 46,830 pounds; maple sugar, 37,388 pounds; orchard and garden products, 4,402 pounds. Stock in 1874: Horses, 382; oxen, 138; cows, 493; other cattle, 746; hogs, 647; sheep, 2,531 head. HISTOIIY OF BYRON TOWNSHIP. Byron Township is situated in the southwest corner of Kent County, and is numbered five north aud twelve west. It is one of the oldest towns in the county, and is bounded north by Wyoming, east by Gaines Township, south by Allegan County, west by Ottawa County, and the center of the township is about twelve miles from the county seat. EARLY SETTLEMENT AND ORGANIZATION. Nathan Boynton located a farm in Byron Township in the year 1835, but being taken sick, his brothers Jeremiah and William Boynton began his improvements for him, and they became citizens of the township in the year 1836, settling in the northwestern part. They were followed in 1837 by John Harmon, Harmon Kellog, and James B. Jewell, and perhaps a few others, and soon after by Mr. Ella Judson, Larkin Ball, Peter Golden, Eli Crossman, Amalek Taylor, Alden Coburn, and Benjamin Robinson. William Olmstead came to the town in 1840, and soon after Samuel Hubbel, Joseph Gallup, Henry A. Vannest, Oliver Harris, Ezekiel Cook, E. R. Ide, and James K. McKenny. As will be seen in the notice of Wyoming Township, Byron was organized in 1836, and the first town meeting was held at the house of C. H. Oakes, in Grandville, by far the largest portion of the voters of that day residing in and near that village. The officers elected for the year 1836 were" Supervisor-Gideon H. Gordon. Clerk-Isaac A. Allen. Assessors-Eli Yeomans, Ephraim P. Walker, Justin Brooks. Justices of Peace-Gideon H. Gordon, Robert Howlit, E. P. Walker. Collector-Lorenz French. At the general election in November, but 20 votes were polled for any one candidate. The present Township of Byron did not fill up so rapidly as some others, and by the year 1850 Its population had increased to only about 300. its present officers are' Supervisor-Samuel Toby. Clerk and. Treasurer--William B. Crabtree. Justices--Edwin Ide, William P. Whitney. CHARACTERISTICS, SOIL, ETC. SByron is principally rolling, and somewhat broken in a few places. A large tamarack swamp extends from within two miles from the northeast corner quite across the county line in a southwvest direction, and there are several smaller ones. There were. originally several sections of- well timbered pine lands in the town, which have mostly given way before the woodman's axe. Notwithstanding the swamp and pine lands alluded to, heavily timbered oak, beech and maple lands are the rule, and the town ranks third in the/production of maple sugar, and is fully an average township in the production of wheat, corn, and other grains, and is the third town in the production of butter. The town is quite well watered by Buck Creek, and its tributaries on the east side, and by Rush Creek on the west, while a couple of small streams rise near the center and flow south into Alleaan County. Two small lakes of a few acres each are found in the southeast of the town. North Byron and Byron Center the villages of the township, the latter the larger of the two, are both small places, the latter containing a population of about thirty families, a steam saw mill, one drug and grocery, and a dry goods store, a hotel, church, etc. GROWTH AND PRESENT CONDITION. We have seen that Byron Township included Wyoming until 1848, and we find that the assessed value of the two townships in 1845 was but $69,563, on which the state tax was $173.91, and the county tax $556.56, and that five years later the population of the two towns was 852, A vast change has taken place since that time. Fruitful fields every where abound, and the hastily built shanty has given place to the comfortable cottage or more pretentious mansion. Two railroads cross the township. The population in 1874 numbered 1,504. In 1873 the town produced over 27,ouo bushels of wheat, 29,ooo of corn, about 25,Uoo of other grain, over 9,000 of potatoes, 2,ooo tons of hay, 8,ooo pounds of wool, over 51,000 pounds of butter, and 49.000 pounds of maple sugar, or about 33 pounds for each man, woman and child, while the value of its orchard and garden products was over $8,ooo. In the way of live stock, it had 469 horses and mules, 116 work oxen, 626 cows and 586 other cattle, 618 head of hogs, and 2,331 sheep. The real and personal estate for the purpose of taxation is valued at $330,933, which is not more than one-third of its real value. HISTORY OF CALEDONIA TOWNSHIP. This is one of the southern townships of Kent County, and has Cascade on the north, Bowne on the east, Barry County on the south, and Gaines Township on the west of it. The town center is about 21 miles southeast from the county seat. SETTLEMENT, ORGANIZATION, ETC. The first settler in the town is said to have been Mr. Asahel Kent, who S.... m.m..... =, ,,.,,..._.ltt _.,.m

Page  78 78 H"ISTORY OF -KENT COUNTY-CONTINUED. public house, which at that early day became known far and wide. In 1839 this was the only house on the road for a distance of 17 miles. James Minsey also came to Lhe town in 18-8, and among other very early settlers were Peter McNaughton, John Sinclair, Orsemus Rathbun, Hiram McNeil, Eber Moffitt, Levi Tobey, John Pattison, 0. B. Barber, Henry Jackson, William H. Brown, Warren S. Hale-, Lyman Gen-ald, Justus G. Beach, Loren B. Tyler, M. P. McNaughton, Norman Foster, Roswell F. Tyler, John Campbell, William G. Wooley, and Frederic B. Thompson. The town was set off from Ada in 1840, and the following were the first officers: Supervisor-John P. McNaughton. Clerk-Justus G. Beach. Treasurer- Norman Foster. Collector-R. F. Tyler. justices-Justus G. Beach, Loren B. Tyler, Malcolm P. McNaughton, Asaliel Kent. Highway Commissioners-Mr. Tyler, Kent, and Norman Foster. School Inspectors--Norman Foster, William G. Wooley. Among the present town officers. are: I Supervisor-Martin Whitney.; Clerk-D. S. Havling. Treasure r-Sherman T. CoIs on. Justices-H. B. McColister, R. G. Culver, Adam Shirk, James McGarry. Superintendent of Schools-Francis Campau. Commissioner of Highways-John Patterson. CHARACTERISTICS, SOIL, ETC. Thorn Apple River flows through the center of the township from south to north, and is here a very rapid stream, shut in frequently by high hills or bluffs, that reach almost to the water's edge, leaving no bottom lands. For some distance oil either side -of the river the surface is much broken, and indeed a large portion of the surface of the town is quite rolling. There are some eight or ten small lakes in the town, the largest lying about one and a half miles east of the Village of Alaska, is about onie mile in length, and onequarter to one-half miles in width, and well stocked with a variety of fish. On the east side of the river oak openings prevail, and the soil is sandy, and in many places full of gravel, but seemingly quite fertile. West of the river a heavier or more clayey soil prevails. T'here are several tamarack swamps (formerly shallow lakes) nestled among the hills. Agricultural pursuits meet with as good. returns in this town, perhaps, as any where in the county. A large portion, particularly of the west half of the town, w/as heavily timbered. VILLAGES, ETC. Alaska, situated on the T7horn Apple, about one mile from the north 'line of the town, is the leading villge adsesLobanetprsgplc has a daily mail, and runs a hack twice a day to meet trains at Hammond Station, on the Grand River Valley Railroada, some five miles westward. The village has a population Of 2715 or 30,one -hotel, two dry goods, one hardware, one furniture, and one grocery store, two saw and one grist mill, and a cabinet and furniture manufactory, employing at times 30 to 4o hands. There is a Methodist and a Baptist Church in the place, and a graded school. Caledonia Station has about 175 inhabitants, a United Brethren Church, two dry goods and a drug store, one shoe store and 'one harness shop. It has a wood-working establishment, turning out large quantities of bowls, fork and -rake handles, and suchi wares. The last town meeting voted to hold. the meetings at Centerville or Caledonia Center, in future. It is a small place, nearly in the center of the town, having a hotel, two stores, a smith and wagon shop, and a grist and a -saw. mill. GROWTH AND PRESENT STATUS. This town, which had but a few inhabitants in 1840, had, in 1.874, 1,680. In 1845 its tax-roll amounted to $40,625, and in 1875 to $414,789. The Grand River Valley Railroad runs through the southwest corner of the town, This town was originally associated with Plainfield. Its first settlers were Andrew Watson and A. D. W. Stouat, and the ir families, who settled there in the year 1837. Isaac Tomlinson, sen., came in 1838, and William M, Miller in 1839. After this the stream of emigration set steadily toward the township. Among those coming in at an early day were Rev. Mr. Frieze, Mr. Rood, James Thomas, and Oliver Lovejoy, in 1840. In 1844, Ebenezer C. Smith, M. A. Patrick, and Mr. Samuel Steel. 111 1846, Mr. John Hartwell, Dennis Hine, James Dockrey, John C. Chapman, Harlow T. Judson, and and Mr. C. Slaght, appear to have made the township their home, as doubtless did several others, as the town, when organized in 1845, was found to have about two hundred and ninety inhabitants within its limits. The Villacre of Cannonsburg had been -founded, and the name of its founder i's perpetuated in the name of the village as well as the town. The first town meeting was held at the house of Mr. Slaght, in Cannonsburg, in April, 1846. Sixty-four votes were cast, and resulted as follows Supervisor-Andrew Watson. Clerk-Henry D. Worden. Treasurer-Lewis D. Dean.. justices-Harlow T. Judson, John Bishop, Dennis Hine, Jared Spring. Among the other early settlers who made their appearance before the organization, were H. H. Worden, Lewis D. Dean, Loyal Palmer, Martin Johnson, Cornelius Wample, Robert Howard, Mindrus Whitney. Among the officers for the current year Supervisor-James Dockrey. Clerk-Thomas Noy. Treasurer-L. R. Bishop. Justices-Ira Ellis, Andrew Provin, M. A. Patrick. CHARACTERISTICS, SOIL, ETC. The town presents a great variety of surface and soil, has d half a dozen or m ore lakes in it, among which Bostwick and Silver Lakes are the largest and finest, well stocked with fish, and a favorite resort for fishing parties. The south part of the town, particularly along Bear Creek, is very rolling, as is also the -north and northwest portions of the town. Much of its stirface however, is gently undulating and very desirable for all farming purposes. Bear Creek, the principal stream of the town, rising in the northeast corner, flows south about four miles, and then turns abruptly west for six miles, and falls into Grand River about the town line. It has a great deal of fall, perhaps near two hundred feet in twelve miles, and furnishes remarkably good motive-power for a stream of its size. In section one is a noble hill rising pretty abruptly -near one hundred feet above the high lands around it, and furiiishing a grand view of the landscape for ten to twenty miles in almost every direction. It is strikingly visible for five or six miles in several directions, and is well named " Prospect Hill," though sometimes known as " Ball Hill,"* from a former owner. The top of this hill or knob is probably little less than three hundred. feet above Grand River, and the view from its top is well worth a trip of many miles. HISTORY OF COURTLANJD TOWNSHIP. Courtland Township is in the second tier of townships from the cast side of the county, and is the second from the north line of the county, and has Nelson on the north, Oakfield on the east, Cannon on the south, and Algoma on the west, and the. center of the town is about twenty-one miles from the county seat. SETTLEMENT AND ORGANIZATION. Courtland was originally Organized in 1839, and then included six congressional townships. Barton Johnson settled -here in May 1838, and is regarded as the first white man to make it his home. Alexander Dean and fifteen others are reputed to 'h-ave come next, in the Spring of 1839, and settled in the town. A town meeting was at once called at the house of Barton Johnson, and the town organized, Philo Beers being elected Supervisor, and Thomas Addison,- Clerk. Other early settlers were: Horace Colby, Phillip Becker, two Thompson brothers, John Austin, Sabin Johnson, David Haynes, Benjamin IBotsford, Laurens Austin, Iranm Barnes, James Kinyon, Ansoli Ensign, a Mr. Rounds, Zenas B. White, and a Mr. Hunting. At onle time this township, with Oakfield was erected into one, known as Wabasis, by some error of the Legislature. Amongy its present officers are Supervisor-Wm. H. Myers. Clerk - Nelson Graham. Treasurer-Isaac M. Hunting. Justices-W. 11. Myers, Nelson Graha-m. CHARACTERISTICS, SOIL, ETC. There are several handsome lakes in the south part of this township, but no streams of much size. A small stream rises in the eastern part and empties into VWabasis Lake, in Oakfield Township. Another rises in the lakes in the south part, and flowing in. a westerly direction empties into Rouge River at Rockford, in Alg~oma Township, while a third small stream rises in the northwest part of the town, and- running southwest. falls into Rouge River some three miles above Rockford'. Portions of this township, and especially along the south line are very rolling and even broken, wihile in the eastern and central portions it is more level or gently undulating. There is som~e pine in the northern portion, and pine mixed with hard woods. The larger. portion of the town, however, is oak openings. T1.here are many highly improved and fertile farms in the town. The town is destrtlute of any business centers, and is without railroad connection, although the Grand Rapids and Indiana R.R., runs nearly parallel with its west line, and has three stations within about half a mile of the 'town line. GROWTH AND PRESENT CONDITION. Agri cul tu rally Courtland ranks high. Of live st ock. it shows, 371 horses, 73 head of work oxen, 432 milch cows, 459 head of other cattle, 522 hogs, and 4,.283 sheep. Of fruit and g.arden p~roducts it pDroduced S3,13i6 worth in Lewis Cook, from New Jersey, is reputed to have been the first settler within the present limits of this town, followed in the same year by Hiram Laraway, a brother-in-law, and in 1837 or 1838, the little band was strengthened by the addition of Edward Linen, James May, John Farrel, James and Win. Annis, David Petted, Michael Eardley. and his brothers Christopher and Patrick, Michael Mathews, and Frederick A. Marsh. Peter and George W. Teeple, also carne to Cascade in 1837. George Teeple built the second house near Cascade, Mr. Cook having built the first. Among other very early settlers were: Peter Whitney, of Ohio, who settled at Whitneyville about- 1840, followed by a father and brother, Zerah, and Ezra Whitcney, in 184.2. E. D. Gove, of Massachusetts, and Horace Sears, of New York, also came in about the same time, with others. At the time of the first settlement of Cascade, and the platting of the village, about three hundred and fifty of the aborigines, known as the 9later Indians, residedt at or.near the village, but in 1845 they were attacked by a pestilent disease wh 'ich carried off about one hundred and fifty in a few weeks, and ten years later they had been reduced to about fifty. The first township meeting was held at Whitneyville, in the Spring of 1848, and the town was organized, having been a part of Ada for the past ten years. Among the officers elected were: Supervisor-Pe ter Teeple. Clerk-John R. Stewart. Treasurer-Asa W. Dennison. Justices-- L-eonard Stewart, Zerahi Whitney. The present officers of the township are: Supervisor-Edgar P. Johnson. Clerk-Charles F. Holt. Treasurer-George W. Gorham. justices-Henry Denrison, John Proctor, Hugh B. Brown, Milo Baxter. School Inspector-Henry Dennison. Highway Commnissioner-H. H. Stewart. CHARACTERISTICS, SOIL, ETC. Grand River passes through the northeast corner of the town, while Thorn, Apple River passes. through the town from south to north, dividing it nearly through 'the middle, and as both streams have furrowed out deep c-hannels, the country on either side is characterized by precipitous bluffs and numerous deep ravines near the rivers and some of their small tributaries. Along the bluffs of the creek are numerous pine and cedar trees, though there' are no pine lands in the town worthy of the name. The soil varies. from very sandy and a sandy loam, to a stiff clayey soil. A considerable portion of the timber is oak openings, with here and there tracts of heavy timbered land, -where beech, maple, ash, and bass-wood -abound. There are several inisignificant lakes, and a few tamarack swamps in the town. VILLAGES. Cascade is the principal business center of the town, and has perhaps twentyfive families. It was laid out about 1845, and owing to the rather extraordinary water power here it was at that day predicted that it would rival Grand Rapids. A good grist mill erected here was destroyed by fire a yea, or two since. There is a saw mnill in operation, one hotel, one dry goods store, a shoe and grocery store, a smith shop, and one church, here. A remarkable magnetic spring in -the vicinity, belonging to a Mr. Holt, has been improved to some extent, bath houses, etc., erected, and has for several years had a reputation as a desirable resort for invalids. Whitneyville, about two miles southeast of Cascade, is a small place, having a good grist mill and saw mill, and a hotel, as the chief features of the place. here also is found a remarkably strong magnetic spring, pronounced one of the finest in the state. GROWTH-PRODUCTS. This township had about 350 inhabitants iii 1850, and 1,157 in 1870. In 1853 it was assessed at $159,400, and twenty years later at $417,055. In 1873 it produced 29,o67 bushels of wheat; 20,995 bushels of corn; 20,651' of other grain; 11,514 bushels of potatoes; 1,658 tons of hay; 12,430 pounds Of wool; 47,28-5 pounds of butter; 13,532 pounds of maple sugar, and $3,200 worth of orchard and garden products. It had, in 1874. 363 horses, 415 cows, 5-9 other cattle, 600 hogs, and 3,028 head of sheep. HISTORYT OF GAINS TO-WNSHIP. Gaines Township is one of the southern civil divisions of Kent County, its center being about thirteen miles, a little east of south, from the City of Grand Rapids. Paris Township is north of it, Caledonia is east, Allega-n County on the south, and Byron Township 'bounds it on t-he west, SETTLEMENT, ORGANIZATION, ETC. Alexander Clark, who now resides at Eelloggsville, settled in the north part of Gaines Township in the Spring of 183-6. His nearest white neighbor was Abram Laraway, in what is now Paris Township, about five miles away. In the Fall of the same year, Alex ander L. Bonk settled in the same neighborhood with Andrew and Rensalaer Mesnard. In the Spring Of 1837, Foster Kelley, Orson Cook, Charles Kelley, and Joseph Blaine, came to the township. Among the earlyv settlers, the exact date of whose -coming we have not learned, were W~illiam Budlong, James Pelton, Peter- VanL Lew, Charles B. Keefer, R'. C. Sessions, Jamres T. Crumbock, Bryan Greenman, Aaron Brew/er, R. R. Jones, John Wolcott, Wý-illiam Hendrick, WAilliam Kelley, Benjamin Colburn, Stephen A. Hammond, John E. Woods, James -Reyno~lds, Wilmot H. Blain, Thomas Blain. The, town was originally or~ganized in 1839 with Paris, when half a dozen or more of those enumerated above as pioneers in Gaines Township, were elected to office. The town, however, was not organized under its present name until April, 1848, when the following were elected: Supervisor-Peter Van Lew. Clerk-James M. Pelton. Treasurer-Charles Kelly. justices-Joseph Blain, Josiah Drake, Robert R. Jones. grain elevator, hotel, store, etc. GROWTH, PRESENT STATUS, ETC. In 1850 Gaines had a population -Of 319, which had increased to 1,273 in 1874. In 1845, Paris, which included Gaines, presented a - tax-roll of $54,357, while in -1875 Gaines alone shows $436,730. In agricultural products this township is but little behind the best. In 1873 it produced 26,772 bushels of wheat;30,24o bushels of corn; 27,912 of other grain; 8,031 bushels of potatoes; 11,79 pounds. Of wool; 32,015 pounds of butter; 2,985 tons of hay; $3,68o wýorth of orchard. and garden products, and 61,865 pounds of maple sugar, or a little more than 51 pounds for each man, woman and child in the township, and placing it in the first rank in this particular. This sugar is largely moulded into small cakes, and sold at 13 to 18 cents per pound, at which figure it is no inconsiderable source of revenue. The live stock is represented by 39o horses and mules, 89 work oxen, 588 milk cows, 770 other cattle, 573 hogs, and 3,345 head of sheep. GROWTH AND PRESENT STATUS. Cannonsburg is the principal business center of the township, and is as old as th 'e town., It is situated on Bear Creek, about two miles from the southeast corner of the township. It was platted in 1845, and some twentyfive lots were presented by Le Grand Cannon, a large landholder in the town, to as many residents. A failure of any railroad to give the. place a convenient outlet to the outer world, has brought the village to a stand still. It has to-day but two stores, a smith shop' a grist, and a saw mill, and perhaps twenty-five. families. wsoc lte pa o Buena Vista, near the mouth of Bear Creek, wsoc lte pa o recorded), and has to-day but eight or ten families, a post office, and an excellent grist mill, known as the Imperial Mills. Cannon had a population of a little more than one thousand two hundred and fifty in 1870, and its material wealth was estimated at $491,948 in 1875. It produced 26,951 bushels of wheat; 29,745 bushels of corn: 22,458 bushels

Page  79 H ISTORY OF KE NT COU NTY-CONTINUED. 79 of other grain; 14,978 bushels of potatoes; 1,.658 tons of bay; 21, 774 pounds Of wool; 8,440 Pounds cheese, and 45,350 pounds of butter, in 1873. Its live stock was": horses and mules, 499'; oxen, 48; cows, 546; other cattle, 495" hogs, 598, and sheep, 5,202. It thus makes a very passable showing. CITY OF GRAND ]RAPIDS. Grand Rapids, now the second city of the state, was scarcely known as a village forty years ago. In the Spring of 1834, when the Town of Kent was organized, the town meeting was held in one of the two or three houses belonging to whites within the present city limits, and only nine votes were cast, this truing the vote for -the whole territory now embraced within the county lines. One year later, at a town meeting, the highest vote for any candidate was twenty-six, and this was presumably the total vote at the time. At a meeting for delegates to form a state constitution, held during the same year, forty-one votes were cast, this still being the vote for the whole county, or at least all south of the river, there being still but one voting precinct. Small as was the place, and inconsiderable as were the number of votes polled, it was really an important point at that time; and when the constitution was framed, and about to be submitted to the people, it was " Provided, however, that the returns of the several townships, composed of the unorganized Counties of Ottawa, Ionia, Kent, and Clinton, shall be made to the clerk of the Township of Kent, in said district, and siaid township clerk shall perform the same duties as by the existing laws of the territory devolve upon the clerks of the several counti'es in similar cases." Another item of importance to the incipient city, and which did much to give it the start of all -other points in the west part of the state, was that it was made the point for payment to the Indians of their annuities. There was a large village of the Ottawas at the Rapids, which was a favorite resort of the red men, and hundreds flocked here to trade, and were often furnished goods on credit till pay day. WATER POWER-KENT COMPANY, ETC. The immense water power at the Rapids was instantly seen by the pioneers- to indicate that nature had destined this to be a stirring place, besides, the city 1lcated here would be at the head of navigation. Eastern capitalists saw this, and lent a helping hand. What is known as the Kent Company was formned in 1835, and purchased lands on the east side, above Bridgestreet, and known as the " Kent Plat." A large number of hands came on under contract to open a canal- or mill-race to the head of the falls, under the guidance of Lucius B. Lyons, N 0. Sargent, and others, and a year or so later Solomon Withy came with his family and ten workmen, under contract with the company, to burn 5,0oo,ooo bricks on their plat. Great expectations were aroused; village lots were bought at an enormous figure, the fame of the village suddenly went abroad, and hundreds flocked to it, and by April, 1837, it was claimed that Grand Rapids contained one thousand two hundred inhabitants. Suddenly, and without warning, came the crash of IS837; and people who believed themselves on the high road to fortune, and with plenty of inflated currency in their pocket, found themselves almost reduced to beggary. It was several years before the Village of Grand Rapids recovered from the shock. It nevertheless continued to improve, and by the year 185o took upon itself the name and airs of a city, with a population of two thousand six hundred and sixty-nine, while the entire county numbered nine thousand eight hundred and eighty-three. A small steamboat was built by Richard Godfroy, to operate below the Rapids, in 1836, and in 1837 one was constructed to ply above the Rapids" both of them) however, were short lived, A A newspaper, the Grand River Times, was founded in 1837. In 1843 a foot bridge was constructed across the river, and two years later a wagon bridge, soon followed by others. In 1854 a plank road was built to Kalamazoo, and was counted a greater event then than the completion of a new railroad would be to-day.. Two banks were established in 1847, but we -re son cmeleftrused ITS TRADE. Grand Rapids commands the trade of a large area of country, and it is said that no city ol its size can show an equal number of retail establishments, of which there are one hundred groceries, some which do a wholesale business as wvell. The houses dealing in dry goods, fancy goods, clothing, mi.Ilinery goods, and gents' furnishing goods, number about seventy. The boot and shoe stores number thirty; the drug stores, eighteen; bakers and confectioners, eighteen; and numerous other lines of trade are more or less numnerously represented, in~cluding the inevitable saloons, of which there are about ninety in the city, and none of them are known to be starving for want of customers. The numerous large manufacturing establishments of the city are of course all wholesale dealers in their respective lines, but besides these there are numerous jobbers in various lines of goods, doing a large business. Among these are three wholesale confectioners; four exclusively wholesale grocers; two of notions; one wholesale drug store; two paper dealers; three provision dealers two in saddlery and hardware, and eighteen wholesale liquor dealers. ITS MANUFACTURES. Large and important as is the heavy and increasing trade of the city, its chief distinction, and the real foundation of its prosperity, is in its manufactures. In another place is a tabular s'tatement of the manufacturing establishments of the county, two hundred and fifteen in number, as reported in 1874; but this is short of the truth to-day, both in number and amount of products. The number in the city alone, to-day, is about one hundred and twenty-five, employing nearly four thousand hands, and turning out manufactured articles valued at more than $6,500,000, or miore than was accredited to the whole county in 1874. The following is a list of the' number and kind, and products, of the leading manufacturing establishments: No. KIND. IValue of ProI ducts. 4 Flouring M ills ----------------------------------- $802,000 9 Saw M ills.................----..................... 866)000 9 Foundries and Nfachine Shops ------------ 220,0o00 4 Agricultural I pe e t.............. 21610oo 9 Carriages, Wagons and Sleighs----------- 186,506 1 Fanning M ill and Safes ---------------------------- 34,000 8 Furniture and Chairs___ II00,ooo 2 Broom Factory - - - - - - - - -- - -- - - - - -5,500 i Pum p F co y........_.......... 15,000 5 WNlooden Ware, Clothes Pins, etc........... 92,000 4 Barrels, Tubs, Pails, etc 184,934 Saddles, Harness and Trunks-_.......... 74,500 2 Edge Tools - - - - - - - - -- - - - - - - - - - 32,000 3 Copper, Sheet Tron and.Tin Ware ---------- 29,000 4 B rew eries..--------------- ------------------...... 129,000 3 W holesale Bakeries__-_---------------................ I9O),000 3 Boot and Shoe Factories --------------------------- 59750o 6 Clothing M anufactories -- -- -- -- - -- -- -- -- - 335,000 2 Brick and T ile ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- 92,000 2 B urial C ases ------------------------------------- 56,ooo Soap and Cand-les -- -- - -- -- - -- -- - -- -- - 2 Coffee, Spice, Baking Powder, etc -------------------.1 90,ooo 2 Blank B ooks..-------------...-,-.........-- __----- --- 9,ooo i Spring B eds......--..............- --...---............ 33,000 2 L im e _- - - - -- - - - -- - - - -- - - - -- - - -- Id,COO SNEW BUILDINCS. Daring thie year 1875, it is reported that two hundred and~ fifty-eight new residences and forty-six additions to dwellings were made, and that fortyeight brick stores, and twenty-three wooden ones were erected in the same time"; and that the shops, barns, a 'nd warehouses, would swell the whole number of new buildings to four hundred and forty-two. Of these buildings, many were fine and substant~ial. About seventy-five of them were of brick, and the total cost is figured up at $1,o18,94o. One..of these buildings, erected by Col. E. S. Pierce, on the corner of Pearl and Monroe Streets, at an expense of $75,000, would be counted a creditable building in any city of the land. WATER WORKS. hIn the year 18 73, the city commenced the construction of an efficient system of water works, which were completed during 1875, at an expense of $341,000. These works were designed not only for the supply of an ample amount of pure water 'for domestic use, but for protection against fire. The powerful engine and pumps used were constructed in this city, by Butterworth & Lowe. It has been found that this engine, by working six hours out of the twenty-four, and with but twenty-five pounds of steain, is capaible of supplying the daily want~s of the city'. A reservoi'r capable of holding six million gallons of water is located on tihe highest point within the city. The water in this basin, when full, will be one hundred and seventy-seven feet above the Grand ~River, and more than one hundred and fifty-four feet above the pumping machinery. The works are so arranged that the advantage of direct pressure from the pumps, or the effect of the head of water in the basin alone, may be used as desired. The pressure from the basin alone is sufficient to throw water on to the highest buildings in the lower part of the city through hose attached direct to hydrants. This system includes about nineteen miles of supply and distributing pipe varying from four inches to twenty inches in diameter. FIRE DEPARTMENT. The Fire Department of the city, as at present organized, is believed to be in a high state of efficiency. It embraces a force of sixty-five men, fortyfive of whom are on part pay, while twenty are constantly employed.. The apparatus consists of three Steam Fire Engines (Silsby make), two Champion Extinguishers (or Chemical Engrines), six hose carts with seven thousand five hundred feet of hose, one hook and' ladder truck, and one supply wagon. The department has also connecting with the engine-houses a fire alarm telegraph with twelve mniles. of wires leading to seventeen alarm boxes distributed over the city. STREETS, STREET CARS, ETC. The records of the Board of Public Works shows that there are over one hundred and twenty-nine miles of streets now opened in the city, of which over sixty mites have been graded, and about fifty-two miles of them graded and graveled or paved with wood or stone. There are also within the city about thirteen miles of sewers, mostly brick or vitrified pipe. The improvements within the year 1875, including the contracts previously made but completed in this year amounted to about $9o,0oo, and there are under contract for the year 1876 an amount of work that is estimated at $122,000, to be expended on the streets alone. There were at the close of the year 1875, thirteen miles of street railway in operation, furnishing easy access to almost all parts of the city for a nominal sum. RAILROADS. The first railroad to reach Grand Rapids was the Detroit and Milwaukee R.R., in July, 1858. The next was a sectioný of the Grand Rapids and. Ind. R.R., in 1867, and this soonL furnished an outlet to the north and south as the first had done east and west. Trains arrived on the Kalamazoo and Grand Rapids R.R., in 1869, and on the Grand River Valley R.R., in 1870. We find that so early as April, 183 7, the Gran.d leiver Times was founded among a people, many of whom had not an acre of cleared land or 'scarcely a roof above them. George W, Pattison was- the, venturesome proprietor whom it is said brought his press from Grand Haven upon a sled drawn by dogs upon the frozen bosom of Grand River. After several changes of proprietors and a few changes of name, we lose sight of the Times. By 1855 it was thought the young city was able to sustain a daily paper, and A. E. Gordon founded the D~aily Heral. In the following year, Taylor & Barnes issued the D~aily Enquirer. Thlese itwo papers were soon merged, and known as the Eiquirer and Herald, Swhich wa's the forerunner of the present DPaily D~enionat, which appeared Sin 1862. The Granzd Rapids Eag-/e was founded in 1814, as a weekly, but became a Sdaily in 1856, under the auspices of A. B. Turner, and is still published by A. BI. Turner & Co., an~d is Republican in poliltics. The Grand Rapids Times, daily and weekly, was founded in 1870. It is published by Tarbox & Smith, is Independent in politics, and has attained a large circulation in a short time. Besides these three, each daily -and weekly, and each apparently in a flourishing condition, there are several weekly papers, as follows: De Stanzdaard, established in 1875, by Schram &_ VanStrien. (Democratic.) A/fic/higanz Staats Zeitung (German), founded in. 1864. Salu~rday Even~ing Post, David N. Foster, proprietor. Established ill I873. V,ijheid~s Banier (Holland, Republican). Established in 1868. De W4ac/hler (Holland,) Religious, sem-i-mionthly. Organ of the True Dutch Reform Church. Founded in 1868. HOTELS. Grand Rapids surpasses any place of its size in the number and capacity of its hotels'; there being no less than forty-four in the city, and many of them of a capacity to accommodate from one hundred to five hundred guests, and several of them kept in a style not easily surpassed. Among the more conspicuous are " Sweet's Hotel," the "1 Marton," the " Rathbun," the " Commercial," the " Eagle," etc., etc. PUBLIC SCHOOLS. There are in the city more than eight thousand children of school age, of whom about three-fourths attend school. There are in the city thirteen school buildings, of which niine are of brick, and many of them tasteful as well as commodious and substantial structures, and are reputed to have cost from $1o,ooo to $8o,ooo each, The Central High School is a famous land mark that will attract the eye when several miles away, standing as it does, on one of the highest points in the city. This school is in charge of Professor E. A. Strong, Principal, reputed to be one -of the best teachers and most accomplished scholars in the state. In this school a course is pursued calculated to fit students for entering college.. Professor A. J. Daniels is -the very popular superintendent of all the city Ischools, with h1is office in the Central School Building. In the Central School Building is kept the museum of the Kent Scientific Institute, in which will be found a most instructive and extensive collection of specimens from almost all departments of nature. Under the care of the Board of Education is an extensive Public Library of about eight thousand volumnes,. free to all citizens, and accessible every day, Sundays excepted. CHURCHES. There are in Grand Rapids no less than twenty-five churches, many of which are imposing edifices, costing in several instances from $50,000 to $9o,ooo.-each; and the total value of church property as given in the City Directory is set down at $65 I,OOO, which does not include all, as there are a few for which no report has been rendered. The total membership is re-presented at 14,000, of which the Roman Catholics are the most numerous, the membership in three churches being set down at no less 'than 9,000, which of course includes the children of all Catholic parents, a rule that does not apply with other sects. The following tabular statement will be of interest. DENOM]IIN AT ION S. Bap-tist Roman Catholic.. Christian Reform ---- Congregational _-_---_-. Episcopal ----- Hebrew _- - -- - - Methodist EpiscopalPresbyterian.... Lutheran..... Reformned Churches_ Spiritualists Sweden borgians... Universalists.... 2; 2 25 I 3 Ij 350 200 635 600 25 765 275 250 2150 8o 40 o0 0 P-4 $2000 210-0 500. 3900 4700 1500 4800 3500 800 4200 $3500 4400 7200 2200 7900 4500 2000 6498 1. 0 $6-5O000 200000 92000 126ooo 22 50,Of 78 174 54 170 4!1 P, 52 6 oo 13 82 18 91 88 oo 11 01 44000 196 78 17 99 16ooo 64 00 8 oo 97000 128 33 15 16 12000 300 00 21000 --... HISTORY OF GRAND RAPI:DS TOW~NSH-IP. The Township of Kent, the original or -territorial town, embraced all of the county south of the river, and appears to have been organized at the house of Joel Guild, April 4, i834. This appears to have been the legitimate forerunner of Grand Rapids Township, which retained the records, but merely changed the name. Grand Rapids Township is south and west of the geographical center of the county, and lies north und east of the city limits, to which some three and a half square miles of the town has been surrendered; the remainder of the corporation domain, about seven square miles, being originally a portion of Walker Township. SETTLEMENT, ORGANIZATION, ETC. The first settler within' in what is now the Townr of Grand Rapids, was Ezekiel Davis, who settled near Reed Lake, in 1834, followed almost immediately by Lewis, Ezra, and Porter Reed, David S. Leavitt and Robert McBarr, George Young, Simeon Stewart and James McCrath, appear to have arrived in 1836; 1. W. Fisk, Matthew Taylor and Robert Thompson, settled in the town ill 1837. Mr. Fisk erected a hotel near Reed Lake, known as the " Lake House." There were doubtless several 'other families, whose names we have not obtained. The first and second town meetings of Kent Township were held at the house of Joel Guild, which was within what is now the City of Grand Rapids, on the site of the city natiodnaI bank, and was within what was afterwards, Walker Township. The records of this primary and momentous town meeting are'inl the hands of the present town clerk of Grand Rapids, Mr. Henry 11. Haven. The first entry reads as follows-: S :-,----,=-------- -=--'z------- -- -: -- ----.................... ---- ....-._.. ___.__ _ _ "

Page  80 S......... m,g--.------ " " ~ _ " -- - -?..- -......................... - %'= ---'w----'-'- --..... " --:"....... ---"='= " - ":'=r--=''...... 8o HISTORY OF KENT COUNTY -CONTINUED. <l ORGANIZATION OF THE TOWN OF KENT." " At the first annual township meeting in the Township of Kent, held at the house of Joel Guild, agreeable to an act of the Legislative Council of the Territory of Michigan, Rix Robinson was chosen moderator, and Jonathan F. Chubb, clerk pro tern., after which the following persons were elected to' office, viz." Rix Robinson, Supervisor. Eliphalet Turner, Town Clerk. Joel Guild, Barney Burton, J. H. Gordon, Assessors. Ira Jones, Collector. Luther Lincoln, Poor Master. Louis Campau, Barney Burton, Luther Lincoln, Commissioners of Highways. Myron Roice, Ira Jones, Constables. I. F. Chubb, Overseer of Highways. Voted, that a fence five feet high (the distance between the rails for three feet high, six inches), shall be a lawful fence., Voted, that Luther Lincoln, Jonathan F. Chubb, G. H. Gordon, and Barney Burton shall serve as fence viewers. Voted, that this meeting be adjourned until the first Monday of April next, at the house now occupied by Joel Guild. Town of Kent, April, 1834. Rix ROBINSON, Moderator. JONATHAN F. CHUBB, Clerk, pro tem." Of these first officers elect, Rix Robinson resided within the present limits of Ada. Gideon H. Gordon, Jonathan F. Chubb,'Luther Lincoln, and Myron Roice (Roys), lived within the present limits of Wyoming. Barney Burton lived in Paris, and Louis Campau, Ira Jones, and Eliphalet Turner, within the limits of what is now the City of Grand Rapids. Except the settlement at the mouth of Flat River, every settlement in the county was represented in that list of officers, and Grandville seems to have secured the lion's share. Rev. L. Slater had been appointed a Justice of the Peace, and before him the officers elect took their oath of office, Mr. Turner being first, on-the 7th..of April,-I834. A little further along we find that at a meeting, September 30, 1834, the board met and allowed accounts to the amount of $19.25 to various officers -Jonathan F. Chubb, a Justice; E. H. Turner, Town Clerk. Again, we find a meeting of the board, held March 31, 1835, reported the Total amount received by Supervisor ------- -------- $66.5o Paid on orders ----------- ----------------------- 45.I2 Balance on handI-------------------------------- 21.38 At the town meeting held April, 1835, it appears that there was an election for county as well as town officers, and the following votes were cast ~ Coroner-Lawrence Vanderwaker --------------- 08 Recorder of Deeds-Stephen Vicary -------------- 13 Treasurer-Theodore C. Shelden ----------------- 26 Register of Deeds-J. W. Willard _-------------- 17 The following very interesting record also appears the first thing after the record of the oaths' KENT, March 12, 1835. This day Asa Fuller personally came before me at my office and applied for license to be granted him to be joined in wedlock with Susan Dwennel, both of this place, and being duly sworn as to his lawful right to be joined in wedlock to the above named Susan Dwennel, and finding no legal objections thereto, I therefore granted license for any proper person to join Asa Fuller and Susan Dwennel in wedlock. Given under my hand the day and year above mentioned. ELIPHALET H. TURNER, Town Clerk. At a meeting held in 1835, to elect delegates to form a state constitution, the full vote seems to have been forty-one. It is reported that the whole number of votes cast at the first town meeting was but nine, but as there were thirteen positions to fill, besides fence viewers, which made seventeen, every man present was accommodated with an office; three of them two offices apiece, while Barney Burton and Luther Lincoln were decorated with three each. By the next year the population of the county had greatly increased, fortyone votes, as will be noticed, being cast; and 1835-6 saw a vast change in the condition and immediate prospects in the infant community known as the Town of Kent. In 1836 a new town was set up, called Byron, with headquarters at Granville. The name of this town was changed to Grand Rapids, in 1842. The principal officers for the current year are': Supervisor--Henry McCormac. Clerk--Henry H. Havens. Treasurer-Mr. Burr. Justices--Erastus W. Knapp, James H. Martin, James Ewing. CHARACTERISTICS, SOIL. ETC.. Most of the township is rolling, and a considerable portion very hilly, and generally oak openings or heavy timber. A half a dozen or more small lakes dot its surface. The only one, however, of much consequence, is known as Reed's Lake, which is much the largest, being about three-fourths of a mile wide by about two miles in length. It is finely stocked with fish, and has been long a summer resort for pleasure seekers; a hotel and grounds, with boating facilities in season, are among the attractions, and a small steamer glides over its placid bosom. The lake is in a southeast direction, about three miles from the center of the city, and a splendid drive may be enjoyed to its shores. A street railway is in operation from the city to this miniature inland sea, and during the summer season the cars make regular trips. Grand River runs within half a mile or less of half of the east side of the town in its great bend to the northward, and after flowing across the town of Plainfield, barely cuts the northwest corner of the town, and then keeps within half a mile or less of the west line of the town for five miles. There are no streams of any considerable size in the township. The soil of this township is not so good as some others, though some of it is first class. A portion of it is heavy clay, but much of it a sandy loam, very valuable for either cereals or fruit raising. GROWTH AND PRESENT CONDITION. The Township of Grand Rapids being contiguous to the city, must of course enjoy some advantages, such as -convenience to market,. etc., not enjoyed by all parts of the county. It has also lost several good square miles of its domain. In 1845, the tax-roll, the township being then intact, was only but $127,52o. This has since increased, and is reported for taxation at $89o,599, and the population, which was but four hundred and sixty-one in 185o, was 1,65o in 1870. In the matter of live stock, it had: horses, 384; oxen, 30; milch cows, 575,; other cattle, 258; hogs, 437; sheep, 1,5i9. Its produce for the year 1873 was: wheat, 14,916 bushels; corn, 15,144 bushels; other grain, 16,259 bushels; potatoes, 15,868 bushels; hay, 2,422 tons; wool, 5,038 pounds; butter, 33,720 pounds; ftuits and garden produce, $4,549 worth. HISTORY OF GRATTAN TOWNSHIP. Grattan Township is one of the eastern tier of towns, and its center is about twenty miles northeast of Grand Rapids, and nearly the same distance northwest of Ionia, and is on the state road from Grand Rapids to Ionia. The town has Oakfield Township on the north, Ionia Township to the east, Vergennes Township on the south, and Cannon on the west. SETTLEMENT AND ORGANIZATION. This town was largely settled with natives of Ireland, and when set off from Vergennes in 1846, it was the intention to have named it Churchtown, but by a mistake of the Legislature, this name was given at first to Cannon, and Grattan was bestowed upon this, in honor of the distinguished orator, whose countrymen were so largely interested in the development of this spot in the wilderness. Dennis and John McCarthy are said to have been the first white men to take up their abode in the town, during the year 1843, Richard Giles also came in the same year.~ 'The immigrants for 1844 were, Luther B. Cook, Converse. Close, Win. Smith, Henry Green, Jared Watkins, Anthony and Alanson King, Volney W. Caukin, Wm. McCarthy, and Michael Kennedy. In 1845, came John P. Weeks, Orson Nicholson, Wm. Byrnes and Anson Green.. In 1846, came Russel Slaytonand Dudley Newton. Among others who arrived prior to the organization of the town, were Milton C. -Watkins, Erastus W. Beason, Thomas J. Morgan,/Joshua Fisk, Wm. C. Stanton, S. H. Steel, Wm. Beaurman, jedediah H. Wood, and Barlow Barto. The first town meeting was held in April, 1846, at the residence of Converse Close, when twenty-three votes were cast, and the following, among other officers, were chosen for the first year. Supervisor-Milton C. Watkin. Clerk-Volney W. Caukin. Treasurer--Erastus W. Beason. Justices-Samuel H.-.Steel, John P. Weeks, Wm. Byrne, Luther B. Cook. As early as 1848, the Catholics had built them- a small church near the southwest corner of the town, which gave place to a larger one in 1858, was.replaced by another, and this being destroyed by fire in 1868, was at once rebuilt, and is now one of the finest country churches in the state. Among the present town officers are: Supervisor-John Nixon. Clerk-Nathaniel Smith. Treasurer-Silas Ward. Justices-Sewall Abby, John W. B. Smith, Dennis McCarthy, Jas. Bush. CHARACTERISTICS, SOIL, ETC. Grattan in the number and size of its small lakes is not sarpassed by any town in the county, unless it is Oakfield. There are at least twenty-five of these, varying in size from thirty acres to three hundred acres each. Some eight or ten of these find a natural outlet through Seley's Creek, the only stream of note in the town, and which empties into Flat River in Ionia County. The town presents considerable inequality of surface, and great variety of soil. It has some pine lands, more oak openings; while a considerable portion is heavily timbered. Tamarack marshes are numerous, but agriculturally it ranks high among the townships of the county. GROWTH AND PRESENT STATUS. In 185o Grattan had about 6oo inhabitants, and in 1855 it was valued at about,187,000. In 1870 we find it with a population numbering 1,297, and appraised for the purposes of taxation at $533,148 in r875. Grattan Center is the principal business center of the town. It is a place of about twenty-five families, one church, one hotel, a grist mill, saw mill and machine shop, one drug, and two dry goods, and a grocery store, two wagonmakers and two smith shops. The mill and machine shop is situated on Seley's Creek, the outlet of numerous lakes, and has an unfailing and constant supply of water, these lakes acting as reservoirs for storing power for dry times.... In 1845 the tax roll of Vergennes (then including Grattan,) Was but $168,775.s The firs t marriage in the town occurred in 1844, an lonia County Justice standing just over the line and officiating, while the happy couple were just within the bounds of Kent County. T'he first white child was Marshal King, son of Alanson King, born December, 1844, and the first death was that of a little son of Isaac Springer, in the Autumn of 1846. Agriculturally Grattan makes a fair showing. Its wheat crop in 1873 was 39,705 bushels, corn not stated, other grain 33,o15 bushels, potatoes 17,527 bushels, hay 2,368 tons, wool 26,569 pounds, cheese 1,725 pounds, and butter 59,735 pounds. In live stock it showed in 1874, 537 horses, 32 oxen, 531 milch cows, 541 other cattle, 714 hogs, and 5,383 head of sheep. These are larger figures in Sproportion to population, than in most towns of Kent County. H-ISTO:I-Y O_ LOWEilL TO'WNSHIP. Lowell Township is one of the eastern tier of towns, and second from the south end of the county. Its principal business point is nearly twenty miles "a little south of east from the City of Grand Rapids. North of Lowell lies Vergennes Township, on the east it is bounded by Ionia County, south by Bowne, and west by Cascade Township, Kent County. SETTLEMENT, ORGANIZATION, ETC. Lowell may be regarded as the third point in the county where the white man made a lodgment-Daniel Marsac of Detroit, having come among the Indians near the present site of the Village of Lowell, in 1829, although it is reported that he did not build a house, or get a regular trading post established till two years later. At this time Rix Robinson was at the mouth of the Thorn Apple, nearly ten miles lower down, and Lewis Campau and a few others at the Rapids. In those days " Indian trails " were the only roads, and " dug-outs " or rafts, the only means of transportation. The next person we learn of as settling in Lowell was Lewis Robinson, in 1836, followed in the same year by Rodney Robinson, a brother, who had been living at Blendon, Ottawa County, for a year. About the same time came Philander Tracey and Luthur Lincoln, who had previously located at Grand Rapids. In 1837, Wm. VanDusen, Samuel P. Rolf, Mathew Patrick, Ira A. Danes, and Charles Newton settled on the north side of the river. It is reported that a school was organized here as early as 1838 taught by Miss Caroline Beard. On the north side of Grand River and along the valley of Flat River, seems to have been the principal focus for the immigrants, and a sufficient number weie in to organize a township in 1838, and although a majority of those participating lived within the limits of the present Town of Lowell, the town was cadled Vergennes, and included both Lowell and Bowne, or towns 5, 6, and 7. Among those elected to office in 1838 were quite a number residing in the vicinity of the village site of Lowell. They were: Supervisor-Rodney Robinson. I Clerk-M. Patrick. Assessors-7--Lewis Robinson, T. I. Daniels, and John M. Fox. Collector-Porter Ralph. P. W. Fox, A. D. Smith, 0. H. Jones, Jas. S. Fox, and.Everet Wilson were also elected to office. It was not until the Spring of 1848, or ten years after the first town meeting, that Lowell was separated from Vergennes and organized by itself-the Village of Lowell, then known as Dansville, having been platted the year before. The officers elected wereSupervisor-Cyprian S. Hooker. Clerk-Timothy White. Treasurer-Henry Church. Justices-C. S. Hooker, Daniel McEwen, S. P. Rolf, Ira A. Danes. The town officers for 1875-6 were: Supervisor-R. Hunter, Jr. Clerk-J. W. Weeks. Treasurer-M. C. Walker. Justices-R. Hunter, Jr., M. M. Perry, C. H. Leslie, D. H. Denise. CHARACTERISTICS, SOIL, ETC. Grand River flows across the north side of the town at about an average distance of one mile from the north line, and Flat River, coming out of Vergennes about one and one-half miles from the east line of the town, unites with Grand River in the Village of Lowell, furnishing a vast motive power, which has been largely utilized. A number of small lakes, of which Pratt Lake is the largest, are to be found in the south part of the town, which is generally high table land and mostly clothed with heavy timber. Near the river, on both sides, are ravines through which small streams find their way from the high lands to the river, and on the other side there appears a series of bluffs, from one hundred to two hundred! feet in heightThese bluffs or hills, are clothed for the most part with oak, and the soil is frequently quite sandy or gravelly, but taken as a whole, Lowell compares favorably in point of fertility and annual production with 9ther towns in. the county. VILLAGE OO FLOW.EL1L;". Daniel Marsac platted the Village of Lowell in 1846, under the name of Dansville, which name it continued to wear for about ten years. It was platted on what was known as the " University Grant," being a tract selected by the state under a grant by Congress for the founding o0 the Michigan University, and the title of the state was not extinguished until 185o or aiter, when Edwin Avery, of Ionia, purchased it ot the state. Mr. Cyprian Hooker erected the first frame house here, about 1846, which is said to have been the first of the sort iri-the township, and in the following year he erected a grist mill in the village, which now -began to assume some importance. A post office was established here in 1848. Additions now began to be made to the village, but it was not.until the year 1861 that it became" an incorporated village, indeed the whole town appears to have had but 214 inhabitants. in 185o. The first village officers were: President-Cyprian Hooker. Recorder-Charles A. Blake. Treasurer-Simeon Hunt. Marshal-J. Chapman. Assessor-Cyrus Hunt, Trustees-Wm. W. Hatch, J. B. Shear, Arvine Peck. At the time of the incorporation of the village, the town contained a population of about 1,ioo, which in 187o had increased to 1,503, and to-day is estimated at more than 2,200. The village officers for the current year have been: President--C. G. Stone. Recorder-J. H. Weeks. Marshal-Robert Marshall. Assessor-R. Hunter, Jr.. Treasurer-C. M. Devendorf. Trustees-C. H. Crow, M. M. Peery, Win. Pullen. T Lowell as a place of trade and lor its manufactories has become the most important village in the county, and is doing a really heavy business for a place of its size. There are two extensive grist mills, a woolen mill (not now in operation), two extensive planing mills, and a sash, door and blind.factory, a manufactory of agricultural implements, a carriage and wagon factory, saw mill, etc. The trade of the place is represented by five dry goods houses, some of them also selling clothing and boot and shoes; one clothing establishment; four millinery and notion stores; two boot and shoe stores; five grocery stores; three drug stores; three hardware; three meat markets; one furniture store (large); one cooper shop (large)" two livery stables; a national bank, and one printing office, that of the Lowell.o-w'al, now in its eleventh volume, and in a flourishing condition. The village contains five churches, a high school, and four ward schools. The Detroit and Milwaukee Railroad is on the south side of Grand River, a halt a mile or more from the center of Lowell, and around the depot has grown up quite a village, with factory, hotel,.and stores. This is sometimes known as Segman, though regarded as a part of the Village of Lowell.. We have seen that in 1850 the population of Lowell Township was little more than two hundred; to-day it is estimated at about three thousand eight hundred, village included. In 1845, the entire wealth of the region, now comprising three townships, was but $68,755; to-day that of Lowell alone is The wheat crop of Lowell Township, in 1873, was 31,573 buslhels; corn, not stated other grain, 18,237 bushels; potatoes, 9,776 bushels; hay, 1,759 tons; wool, 9,j58 pounds; butter, 47,065 pounds; maple sugar, 22,o92 pounds; orchard and garden products, $5,262 worth. Of live stock it has: horses, 337; oxen, 72 head; cows, 432; other cattle, 432; hogs, 526; sheep, 2,J56. HISTOIY OF NELSON TOWNSHIP. Nelson is comparatively a new town, and one of the northern tier of towns in Kent County. It is bounded north by Montcaai County, has Spencer Township on the east, Courtland on the south, and the Town of Solon on the west. The center of the township is about twenty-five miles in a straight line from the county seat. The number of the congressional townships which the civil township embraces is two, north and west. SETTLEMENT AND ORGANIZATION. The first white settler in this township appears to have been William H. Bailey, who made his home there in 1851. John S. Jones also located in 1851; These were soon followed b^-John M. and Josiah Townis, Charles H. Leake, George Hoyle, George N. Stoddard, D. B. Andrew, and George Stout, H, M. Stanton, Riley Smith, Samuel Punches, N. R. Hill, John N. and Andrew S. Tindall, John and Elisha Dean, H. D. Streeter, James and Bradford Baily, Joseph Wood and Thomas Almy, Simpson Anderson, Cyrus Stilwell, Harlow H. Stanton, Moses E. Ross, J.,R. Smith, Church Bailey, Peter D. Buck, and Amos Bessey. -. 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Page  81 I,i HISTORY OF KENT COUNTY-CONTINUED. 81 October, 1854, and the first election occurred in April following, at the house of Charles H. Leake, with the following result" Supervisor-George Hoyle. Clerk-George N. Stoddard. Treasurer-Charles H. Leake. Justices of Peace-Samuel Punches, Sampson Anderson, Cyrus Stilwell, and Harlow H. Stanton. We are unable to determine the population of the township at this time, but five years later it amounted to about one hundred families. The principal town officers for the year 1875-6 are ' Supervisor-Mindrus H. Whitney. Clerk-A. V. Sliter. Treasurer-David B. Stout. Justices of the Peace-Nicholas R. Hill, Jason Squires, M. H. Whitney, and Edward Grosvenor. CHARACTERISTICS, SOIL, ETC., ETC. Perhaps fully one-half of the area of this township was pine lands originally, with beech, maple, oak, and other hard woods, clothing the remainder, or interspersed with pine. A few cedar and tamarack swamps will be found in the town, especially in the northeastern portion. The soil, though generally sandy, is of a far superior quality to most pine land's, and.is in fact deemed excellent for general farming and fruit raising. It is gently unidulating, or inclining to plat. Several small lakes, as Pine, and a portion of Sand Lake, lie within its boundaries. The northeast corner of the to'wnship is watered by Black Creek, flowing to the southeast; the northwest portion of Duke Creek and its tributaries flowing to the southwest, and the southwest corner by Cedar Creek. No.streams of much size are found in the township. The land is-among the highest in the county, and in general characteristics much resembles Solon Township on the west. About one-third of the village of Cedar Springs, spoken of in connection with Solon Township, lies within this township, and at this point the town meetings are held. The Grand Rapids and Indiana Railroad runs through the western portion of the township for four miles, with Sand Lake and Lockwood Stations within its limits. GROWTH AND PRESENT CONDITION. Although a new township, which was without an inhabitant in I85O, and but four hundred and sixty in i86o, it showed one thousand one hundred and two in 1870; and 152 horses and mules, in 1874; 96 work oxen; 184 cows; 184 other cattle; 167 hogs; 513 head of sheep, and $3,050 worth of orchard and garden products; 5,889 bushels of wheat; 7,090 of corn, 7,374 bushels of other grain, and 1,565 tons of hay. In 1855 the aggregate value of the real and personal property amounted to 827,791. In 1875 the personal is $26,675, and the real estate at $359,358, or $386,033 in all. ~ HISTO-OY OF OAKFIELD TOWNSHIP. Oakfield is one of the northeastern townships of Kent County, being the second from the north end of the county, having Spencer Township on the north, Montcalm County to the east, Grattan Township on the south, and Courtland Township on the west. The center of the township is about twenty-five miles from Grand Rapids. SETTLEMENT AND ORGANIZATION. The first white man located within this town, in the year 1838, when Hon. William R. Davis established his home in section nineteen. About one year later, William Thornton, afterward sheriff of the county, and Stephen S.and Isaac Tower, moved into the town. For about three years no further addi. tions were made to the pioneers, when Thomas Crinnion and David J. Gilbert appeared upon the scene of action. Sheldon Ashley came in 1844, followed in 1845 by Erie, Harry, and Giles McArthur, three brothers. Morris Hart, Nathaniel W. Mock, John Davis, Levi White, James Elstley, William Peterson, and Benjamin Potter, all came in prior to the organization in the Spring of 1849. At an early day Oakfield was associated with five other towns, situated to the west and north of it, and later was organized with Courtland as Wabasis Township, but in the Spring of 1849 it became an independent subdivision under its present name. The first officers were": Supervisor-Thomas Spencer. Town Clerk--Harry McArthur. Treasurer-,Harry Osgood. ^Justices--Thomas Spencer, Harry D. Pond, David J. Gilber, William M. Gould.The first birth in the town was William H. Davis, son of Hon. William M. Davis, April, 1'84o, _and the first marriage was Miss Hannah Tower to Zenas G. Windsor, which took place in August, 1-84o. Isaac Tower erected the first frame barn in the town, in 184o, and William Thornton the first frame house, in 1841. Among the present town officers are ~ Supervisor--Harry McArthur. Clerk-Edward Tones. Treasurer-William Brown. Justices-Henry Lilly, Ruffin Caukin, Lewis Tower. CHARACTERISTICS, SOIL, ETC. There are some pine lands in the northwest corner, a strip on the south side of the town, and scattering pine in several places, but the body of the town is what is termed oak openings, with very little sugar and beech, or heavily timbered lands in its borders. Not less than twenty-five lakes will be found on the maps, some of them small, it is true, while Wabasis, Serum, and Horse Shoe Lakes are among the largest in the county, and with the exception, perhaps, of Grattan, it presents the largest lake surface of any town in the county. Tamarack swamps are also numerous. The soil bears the usual characteristics of oak opening, and is generally light, though considerable bodies of it are counted of excellent qualities, and fine crops of wheat and other cereals are produced. The surface of the town is generally rolling, and a remarkable bed or two of marl have been worked to advantage. There are no prominent business centers. Near the center of the town is a small place called Podunk, wiLh two stores, two smith shops, a grist mill, on "Wabasis Creek, the outlet to the largest lake in the town. The Grand Rapids and Greenville Railroad, graded several years since, but still incomplete, is to pass through the center of the town. There are three post-offices in its limits. GROWTH AND PRESENT CONDITION. Although a few persons made this their home at an early day, settlement can hardly be regarded as having commenced in earnest until 1845 or 1846" since which time it has made good progress, and in point of population and products it compares favorably with many older towns. In 1870 the population numbered one thousand and ninety-two, and the personal and real estate is estimated at about $840,000. It produced in 1873: 25,384 bushels of wheat; 29,651 bushels of corn; I 26,798 bushels of other grain; and 7,850 bushels of potatoes; 1,360 tons of hay; 15,730 pounds of wool, and 1,400 pounds of cheese. It had in 1874: 421 head of horses and mules " 73 work oxen; 365 cows ~ 365 other cattle; 548 hogs, and 3,396 head of sheep. HISTORY OF PARIS TOWNSHIP. The Township of Paris is situated immediately south of Grand Rapids Township, and for one mile at the northwest corier it is bounded by the city limits. It has Cascade Township on the east, Gaines on the south, and Wyoming Township on the west. The center of the town is but about five miles, therefore, from the center of the city. SETTLE MENT--ORGA N IZATION. Some of the earliest settlers of Kent County located in Paris Township. It is claimed that Joel, Edward, and Daniel Guild, Barney Burton, and James Vanderpool, first located within this town, in 1833. Benjamin Clark and Abram Laraway settled in the town in 1835. Jacob Miner and James Patterson settled in the northeast' part of the town in'1836, and Orleans Spaulding and Philanzo Bowen.came in the same year. Nicholas Carlton came in the year 1838; Hiram H. Alien, Robert Barr, Stephen Hinsel, Hezekiah B. Smith, John Kirkland, James Ballard, Joseph R.-Palmer, Palmer Allen, Joseph J. Baxter, De Witt Clinton and Robert Shoemaker, Alvin H. Wansey, and Jared Wansey, all seemed to have come to the township prior to the Spring of 1839. Barney Burton erected the first log house and barn in the town, and afterwards the first frame house. The first town meeting for the organization of the Town of Paris, was held at the house of H. H. Allen. The following were elected as the first town officers: Supervisor-Joel 'Guild. Clerk-Hiram H. Allen. Treasurer-Robert Barr. Justices-H. H. Allen, Hezekiah B. Smith, Barney Burton, Alexander Clark. Com. of Highways-Joseph Blain, Jacob Patterson, John Kirkland. Among the officers serving for 1875-6 were:' Supervisor-Samuel Langdon. Clerk-Evan Hendershot. Treasurer-Everet H. Hurd. Justices-Wright C. Allen, Seley S. Buck, Samuel Langdon, A. C. Barclay. As late as 1838 there was but one road through the township, and that " the Kalamazoo Road. When the whites began to come in, there was no regular settlement of Indians, but about I84o, a colony of them was formed not far from the present site of Bowen's Station. This band, a few years later, sold their lands and disappeared. CHARACTERISTICS, SOIL, ETC. The surface of Paris varies from level or gently undulating to very rolling, and its timber varies from well timbered pine lands and oak openings, to very heavily timbered lands, in which beech, maple, bass-wood, ash, elm, etc., abound. There are heavy clay soils in various parts of the town, but more especially in the central and southeastern parts; while light and sandy soil prevails more largely in the west and northerly parts of the township. The town is without lakes, but several large marshes are found within its area, and as near every variety of soil as will be often met with. Plaster Creek, which rises in Gaines Township, enters this town in its southeastern part, and flowing in a northerly direction for three and onehalf miles, then takes a nearly west course until it leaves the township. Four or five small tributaries of this stream rise in the eastern and northern portions of the town, furnishing ample drainage, while the southern or southwestern side of the stream seems almost devoid of tributaries. In former days, Plaster Creek was made to do duty as a mill stream within the township, but seems to have been abandoned. A plank road was conmpleted on the west line of this town, leading from Grand Rapids to Kalamazoo, in 1854. This for about fifteen years, was regarded as a very important thoroughfare, but with the multiplication of railroads, it became o~f less importance, and to-day only a few rotten and worn out planks and disused toll-houses tell of its greatness. Paris Township is too close to the head of the market to maintain much of a business center of its own, and so Bowen Station and Kellogvilte, as villages, are not destined to amount to much. GROWTH AND PRESENT STANDING. In six years after the organization of the town (then including Gaines) it had a tax roll amounting to $54,357, and in 1850 a population of 521. In 1870 its population numbered i,543, and its personal and real estate was estimated (at about one-third of its real worth), at $462,040. Its comparative value as an agricultural town is high, showing a large average product of all the principal items. In 1873 it produced 2o,803 bushels of wheat, 32,283 bushels of corn, 29,026 bushels of other grain, 23,754 bushels of potatoes, 2,651 tons of hay, 10,358 pounds. of wool, 400 pounds of cheese,. 22,092 pounds of maple sugar, and $3,992 worth of orchard and garden products. Its live stock consisted of 56o horses and mules, 42 work oxen, 553 cows, 553 head of other cattle, 584 hogs, and 1,995 head of sheep. Many excellent and finely kept farms are found in the town. HISTORY OF PLAINFIELD TOWNSHIP. Plainfield is one of the four central towns; its southeast corner being the geographical center of the county. It is immediately north of Grand Rapids, east of Alpine, west of Cannon, and south of Algoma Township. It was early settled and -early organized. The center of the town is nearly ten miles east of north from the county seat. SETTLEMENT, ORGANIZATION, ETC. Mr. George Miller and family are reputed to be the very first settlers within the present limits of the township, arriving in the-year 1837. Others came during the same year, and among them James Clark, Thomas Friant, Warner Dexter, all settling in the vicinity of the Village of Plainfield. In the following year Cornelius Friant, Zera Whitney, an'd Gideon H. Gordon, settled in the same neighborhood, and Daniel North in the southwest part of the town. Among the other settlers coming in during the years 1837-8, were Zenas G. Winsor, Ethiel Whitney, A. D. W. Stout, Andrew Watson, Henry Godwin, Dumas Francisco, Jacob Francisco, Samuel Baker, and a few others. The first birth and death occurred in the family of Mr. George Miller in 1838, when twins were born and shortly died. It appears that a rude school house was built near the present site of Plainfield as early as 1837 or '38, and-that the first town meeting, occurring in April, 1838, was held at said house. The first officers elect were: Supervisor-Zenas G. Winsor. Clerk-Edwin A. Morris. Treasurer-James Crawford. Justices-Daniel North, Samuel Baker, Z. G. Winsor, George Miller. Highway Commissioners-A. D. W. Stout, Warner Dexter. School Inspectors-Z. G. Winsor, Ethiel Whitney, Cornelius Friant, The principal town officers for the current year are: Supervisor-Hallis Conkle. Clerk-Elijah Filkins. Treasurer-Henry Plumb. Justices-Nicholas R. Johnson, Norman -Richardson, George Curtis, Mr. Wise. VILLAGES. There are no villages of much size in the township. Plainfield, the largest, is situated on the Grand Rapids and Ionia State Road where it crosses the river at its most northerly bend, and contains about twenty-five families. There is an Episcopal church, a hottl, two small stores, a smith shop, etc. The post office is named Austerlitz. At Belmont Station, near the center of. the township, and on the Grand Rapids and Indiana R.R., there is a post-office, a fine hotel, one store, a smith shop, and twelve or fifteen families. A small portion of the Village of Rockford is also within this township. There is a flouring and saw mill in the southwest corner of the town, on Mill Creek, and several mills upon Rouge River within the town. CHARACTERISTICS, SOIL, ETC. It is said that this township took its name from a number of small prairies or level plains within its borders. These were annually swept by fire started by the Indians, in an early day. Notwithstanding- the name, and some very beautiful natural meadows, there is scarcely a more broken or excessively hilly portion of the county, than is to be found in the southeast corner of the town, as well as on the north side of Grand River, and on both sides of the Rouge. The timber varies from oak openings to very heavy, with here and there a good pine forest, especially in the northwest part, and the soil from the light sandy to stiffest clays, most of it, even where sandy, being of that loamy character indicating great fertility. There are several small lakes also in the northwest part of the town, the largest, Island or." Pine Island," in Section 7. Grand River, sweeping to the northwest, enters the town near its southeast corner, and from Plainfield Village, where there is a substantial bridge, it runs nearly west for almost three miles, then bending to the southwest leaves the town nearly at its southwest corner; and leaves nearly one-third of the town on its'south side. Rouge River entering the town near its northeast corner, flows in a.southwesterly direction till it unites with the Grand River about half a mile below Plainfield Village. Numerous small tributaries find their way from the high lands by rapid descent, into both of these streams, adding much to the inequality of surface and picturesqueness of scenery. GROWTH, PRESENT STATUS, ETC. Plainfield has demonstrated its adaptability for general farming purposes, as well as fruit raising. The products reported in 1874 were wheat 25,o5o bushels, corn 32,872 bushels, other grains 23,693 bushels, wool 6,628 pounds, orchard products valued at $8,o56. Its live stock for 1874 was 441 horses and mules, oxen 54, cows 562, other cattle 414, hogs 499, sheep 2,J56. In 1845 the real and personal property was valued at $40,437, which had.become over $26o,ooo in 1875, and its population had increased to about 1,500 in 1870, ~ HISTORY OF SOLON TOWNSIP. Solon is one of the newer subdivisions of Kent County. It is in the northern tier of towns, and in the second tier from the west. It is numbered T1 North of Range nT West. On the north lies Newaygo County, Nelson Township is on the east, Algoma south, and Tyrone Township on the west. By the nearest traveled route the center of the township is more than twenty miles from the county seat. SETTLEMENT, ORGANIZATION, ETC. Tradition divides the distinction of making the first settlement within the limits of this town, between Mr. Beals and M~r. J. M. Rounds, who located withih its limits during I854. About the same time three brothers, John, Martin, and Robbins Hicks, from Ohio and Indiana, settled within its limits. J. D. Watkins located in 1855. Near the same time, Edward Jewell, John E. Roys, Andrew Fluent, Munson Robinson, Obadiah Smith, Ansel Rogers, and many others came in. In the year 1857 the township was detached from Algoma, and organized as an independent township. The first officers were: Supervisor--Edward Jewell. Clerk--John E. Roys. Treasurer-John D. Watkins. Justices-Andrew Fluent, Munson Robinson, Obediah Smith. For several years the town meetings and elections were held near the center of the town, at school house number 2, until the year 1865, when the township head-quarters were removed to the Village of Cedar Springs. The township officers for 1875-6 are: Supervisor-Edward Price. Clerk-D. C. Lyle. Treasurer-E. J. Roys. Superintendent of Schools-j. C. Chapman. Justices-J. C. Chapman, Edward Price, N. F. Slawson, C. S. Ford. CHARACTERISTICS, SOIL, ETC. Solon is mainly high table lands, somewhat flat in portions, especially in the east and southeastern parts of the township, but more undulating or rolling in the central and western portions. About two-thirds of its area was originally a pine forest, much of it as valuable pine as was to be found in the county. In many portions, however, where pine is the prevailing timber, beech, maple and oak are interspersed, and a quality of soil is found far above the average of pine lands in value for all agricultural purposes; in short, it is found in many cases to be the best quality of wheat land, yielding thirty and even forty bushels per acre in some instances, The township is well watered by Duke Creek and its branches, together with Cedar Creek and other small tributaries of Rouge River. On one. or more of these streams, small though they seem, are valuable mill sites that have been partially improved. A half a dozen small lakes, varying in'size from ten to one hundred or more acres, are to be found in the township. Among these is one sometimes known as Lapham Lake and Long Lake, which is in the southwest corner of the town. Formerly the principal interest of the township was lumbering, and numerous portable and stationary steam mills for nearly twenty years have been slaughtering the virgin forests, but these are already being exhausted, mm I

Page  82 I 82 HISTORY OF KENT COUNTY-CONTINUED. and fewer mills are in active operation than half a dozen years since. There are still about a dozen lumber and shingle and stave manufacturing establ-ishments in the township, principally in and about the Village of Cedar Springs.; By the las~t census these are shown to give employment to one hundred and sixty hands, and to turn out over $200,000 worth of products. VILLAGE OF CEDAR SPRINGS. TIhe second village of the county, is located on the line of Solon and Nels 'on Townships, and about one mile from the south line of these townships' This remarkable village was first platted in 1859, but remained a small and ratlher unimportant place until about the time of the completion of the Grand Rapids and Indiana Railroad, when it made wonderful progress. It was incorporated by the Legislature in 1871, and to-day contains about one thousand five hundred inhabitants. The Methodists, Baptists, and Congregationalists have each good church edifices, and the Roman Catholics are preparing for the erection of one for their use. The village contains five hotel-; one bank, a valuable graded school, building costing near $20,000, about a dozen dry goods and general stores, groceries, boot and shoe stores, two livery stables, etc., etc. The village also sustains a live local paper, the Cedar Springs Clipper, now in its seventh Volunlie; L. M. Sellers, editor and proprietor. The village officers for 1875-6 are' President-H, C, Russell. Recorder-H. S. Gardner. Treasurer--E. Hinsman. Assessor--H. W. Slawson. Marshal--J. Bullock. Trustees-E. J. Roys, G. B. Congdon, J. D.,Clark, W. Barkley, L. W. Torrey, W. F. Andrus. GROWTH AND PRESENT. CONDITION.Twenty years ago Solon, as a subdivision of the county, was without an existence, and in 186o its population numbered but three hundred and ninety-three; while in 1870 it was nine hundred and sixteen, and in 18-6 it numbers about two thousand. In 1865 the real and personal estate- of the township amounted to $61,287, while to-day it amounts to $488,827; and the taxes levied in 1875 for state, county, township, and school purposes, amounted to more than $8,800. The grain produced, according to the last census returns, was"' wheat, 2,267 bushels; corn. 4,40'bsel"ohe ri, 5,o85 bushels. There was also 3,73Y bushels of potatoes, and 1,046 tons of hay, but it will be rememibered that the farming interest is just in its infancy. HISTORY OF SPAlRTA TOWNSHIrP,' Sparta is one of the western tier of townships of Kent County, and the second in the tier from the north end of the county, Tyrone being on the north of it, Algoma on the east, Alpine on. the south, and Ottawa County bounds it on the west. The center of the town is about fifteen miles from the county seat. It is numbered twelve west and nine north. SETTLEMENT AND ORGANIZATION. The first man to enter this town with a view of making it his home, appears to have been Mr. Clark brown, who located his land in September, 1844, although lie did 'not build his house or bring his family until the Spring following; and when he returned to his claim he found that Lewis W. Purdy, Lyman Smith, Joseph English, and Norman and Edwin Cummins (the two last were young men), had already settled in the township, and were to be near neighbors. Mry. Cummins, the father of Norman and Edwin, came in the Spring Of 1845, as did John Symes, Eiihu Rice, Anthony Chapman, and Win. Rogers. During that year, and early the next, several others moved in, and among them were John M. Batcomn, now hotel keeper at Sparta Center, and his broth r,. - B lo, n hr-T T3-i--__ -_-1t l es- Ha - T ch. M r.I-urdyAand1 1manT SI-, th The first town meeting was he-ld at the hous'e of Clark Brown, Esq-., in the Spring Of 1846, and every voter in the township, twelve in all, were present. The election was in part as follows: Supervisor I-Lewis W. Purdy. Clerk-John Mv. Balcom. Treasurer-M. H-. Balcom. Charles Hatch was elected a Justice of the Peace. Other officers not learned. The next meeting was held at the house of David Martindale, nearer the center of the town, Mr. Clark's, residence being on. the south line of the town. At this time the town included Tyrone, which was not detached until 1855. CHARACTERISTICS, SOIL, ETC. Sparta is one of the best agricultural townships in the county, about fivesixths of its surface being heavily timbered land, and the remainder along the east side, and especially in the northeast corner, being pine lands. The leading kinds of timber are maple, beech, bass-wood, ash, elm, white, black ', yellow or red oak. There are several swamps, where black ash, white cedar or tamarack, or all together, are to be found in swamps in the north or northwest part of the town, but generally the surface away from the river is high rolling lands, with very little waste. Rouge River, running mostly through the eastern tier of sections, is the principal stream. Nash Creek, running across the town from the southwest, falling into Rouge River about one mile east of Sparta Center, was formerly improved as a mill stream, but the op'ening up of the country has greatly diminished its volume. There are no lakes demanding notice in the town. VILLAGES. Sparta Center is a village of about five hundred inhabitants, and although begun at an early day, and known as Nashville, after Mr. J. E. Nash, the first settler, it did not make much progress until the location of the Grand Rapids and Newaygo Railroad gave it a grand impulse. It is now a thriving place, with three general stores, one boot and shoe and one hardware.store, two smith shops, one wagoni and one harness shop, a good graded school building, two churches, one grist, and one saw mill. Lisbon, situated on the west line of the township, about one-half of it being in the County of Ottawa, is also a thriving village, with a most beautiful location, and was first settled in!846 by John Pintler, of New York. A post-office was established here two years later, with M'r. Pintler as postmaster, and' the place was known as Pintler's Corners until 1859. It conItains a hotel, several stores, blacksmith aild wagon shop, a grist and saw mill, and three churches, graded school, etc., etc. The village was incorporated during the year 1869. GROWTH AND PRESENT STATUS. Sparta is a prosperous township. In 185 o it contained about three hundred inhabitants, which in 1874 had been swelled to one thousand five hundred and eighty seven. Its principal prodlucts for 1873 we're" wheat, 28,383 bushels; corn, 22,796 bushels; other grain, 41,899 bushels; potatoes, 12,316 bushels; hay, 2,787 tons; wool, 10,359 pounds; maple sugar, 50,407 pounds. It had 472 horses; i3o head of oxen; 617 cows, and 758 other cattle; 459 hogs, and 2,563 sheep; and its orchard and -garden products were valued at $6,454, while the products -of -its manufacturing establishments in 1870 were rated at $40,500. HISTORY OF SPENCER TOWNSHIP. This town is in the extreme northeast corner of the county, and the center of the town is not less than thirty-five miles in an air line from the county seat. Spencer is bounded on the north by Montcalm County, east by the same, south by Oakfield, and west by Nelson Township. SETTLEMENT AND ORGANIZATION. An old trapper by the name of Lincoln built his shanty on the banks of a lake in this town, and for a number of years was monarch of all he surveyed. Cyrus B. Thomas settled in. the 'town in 1846, and Htenry Stroup in January, 1848. The next settler we he'ar of was Matthew B. Hatch, who came in 1853, and was soon followed by Jacob Van Zandt, William H. I14ewitt, B. G. Parks, Daniel- Haskins, S. B. Cowles, William T'. Parshal, and Daniel Haskins. It was' not, however, until 1861, that the first town meeting was called.. The town was then called Celsus, but was soon named Spencer, after one of its early settlers. # The result of the first election was: Supervisor--Free man Van Wickle. Clerk-Henry A. Freeman. Treasurer-Daniel Haskins. justices--William W. Hewitt, Edwin D. Clark. Commissioners of Highways-W. W. Hewitt, F. Van Wickle,.CHARACTERISTICS, SOIL, ETC. Spencer has perhaps a larger proportion of pine hands than any other in the county, and is of less value, agriculturally, perhaps, than any other civil division of Kent County. About ten small lakes are laid down oil the miaps, the largest, Lincoln Lake, being about one and a half miles in length, and half a mile wide, and is pronounced a handsome body of water. Black Creek is the principal stneam in the town. It rises in Sand Lake or vicinity, on the north line of Nelson Township, and tray rses Spencer diagonally fronm northwest to southeast, and with its small tributaries furnishes an oatleýL for all the little lakes of the township, to Flat River, and also a valuable highway for millions of feet of pine logs that supply the mill, on its banks, but by way of Flat into Grand Rýiver.. GROWTH AND PRESENT CONDITION. Spencer can not boast of any villages, and is without railroad connection with the-outer world; it is however, settling up quite as rapidly as some of the other towns. Eliza Scott, who settled on the west line of the township in 1849, for the purpose of boarding the hands then engaged in opening the state road from Grand Rapids to Newayg~o, She was followed the next year, by Lot Ferguson, and soon after by Alfred Bonner, in the same vicinity. In 1852, Jacob Smith and Harlow Jackson settled in the same vicinity, and the year following, John Thompson and Joseph Kies also became citizens. Uriah Chubb, Leander Smith, James Blacksll, and Asa Clark were also pioneers, the latter settling in the southeast corner of the township. In 1855 the first town meeting was held at the only school house in the township. This was in the west side of the town, near the residence of Mrs. Scott. At this meeting the following named persons were chosen to conduct the affairs of the town: Supervisor- U riah Chubb, Clerk--Albert Clute. Treasurer--Harlow Jackson. justices--Patrick Thompson, Albert Clute, Uriah Chubb. At this time there were scarcely voters enough to fill all the positions. Since that time, however, great changes have taken place. The present town officers are: Supervisor--Henry I. -Barrett. Clerk-James S. Tozer. Treasurer--George Heinsley. Justices--Uriah Chubb, Lyman V. Hoag, Ammon Fox, Lafayette B. Burch. School Sup erin ten dent--Luther Seymore. Commissioner of Highways--Horace B. Chubback. CHARACTERISTICS, SOIL, ETC. Perhaps fully one-half of Tyrone Township was originally pine- lands. Along the Rouge River on. the east, and extending quite across the north part of the town are extensive forests. The remainder of the town 'Was mainly clothed with heavy timber, and the soil is counted among the best, and especially esteemed for fruit raising. The town is well watered by Rouge River, which crosses the town from north to south. Within half a mile and one and a half miles from its east line,' two considerable tributaries of this stream enter it from the east, while two smaller ones, having their sources in T rone, drain the middle and western portions of the town. There are two or three small lakes in the western part of the town, but not of sufflicient imnportance to claim much attention in a county where such abound. The eastern portion of the town, bordering upon the river, is quite rolling, as is generally the case throughout thle entire length of the stream. VTILLAGES. Casnovia on ~the west line of the township, or rather lying on both sides of the western linie of the county, and Tyrone Station, are the only villages in. the town. Casnovia has a population of about 300. It was settled by Lot Ferguson in 185o. has several stores, a smith shop, a steam saw mill, etc. A post-offce was located at the corners in 1853. Tyrone Station is a small place with perhaps 200 inhabitants, two stores, a stave and heading mill, and a saw and shingle mill. The village has sprung up since the advent of the railroad. GROWTHI AND PRESENT STATUS. Although but about twenty years since the first attempt to su bdue the unbroken wilderness, the town can show really fine farms. In 1b73 there were raised 4,227 bushels of wheat, 6,215 bushels of corn, and 4,262 bushels of other grains, 4,948 bushels of potat es and 7,675 pounds of maple sugar was manufactured. The chief interest however, is lumbering. HI fSTORY OF VERGENNES TOW~NSHIP., Vergennes is one of the eastern tier of towns, lying on the north side of Grand River, its center being about fifteen miles from Grand Rapids. It is bounded on the north by Grattan Township, with Ionia County on' the east, Lowell Township on the south, and. Ada Township to the west of it. SETTLEMENT AND ORGANIZATION. Sylvester Hodges is accredited with being the first settler within this town during the year 1836, although it is reported that he first settled in that year in Lowell Township, planting the first apple trees and helping to build the first house in that village. James 8. Fox made~his appearance also in 1836, and John Branagan, Emery Foster, Alexander Rogrers, Win. P. Perrin, Thompson 1. Daniels, and Lucas Robinson, in 1837. The year 1838 brought.in Silas S. Fallass, J. Wesley Fallass, New'cornb Godfrey, Amos Hodges, Eliab Walker, Christoph~er M~isner, Morgan Lyon, Alfred VanDeusen, and Benjamin Fairchild. Rodney Robinson, M. Patrick, John M. Fox, P~orter Ralph, Everet Wilson, George Brown, Charles Newton, Henry Daines, P. W. Fox, A. D. Smith, 0. H. Jones, and James S. Fox, also moved into the town prior to its organization in 1838. The first town meeting was held in April, 1838, and the following among others, were the officers elect' Supervisor-Rodney Robinson. Clerk--M. Patrick. Treasurer- Porter Ralp. It is said there were but about twenty families in the town at the time of it-, organization. For several years the pioneers were compelled to go to Kalamazoo, Grandville, or Ionia for their grinding. Among the present town officers are: Supervisor--Jacob Walker. Cterl -John L. Covert.. Treasurer-Patrick Carey, justices--Dennis Driscal, Mr. Miller, John L. Covert. Highway Commissioner--Milton Hendrick. CHARACTERISTICS, SOIL, ETC. Fallisburg, founded by J. Wesley Fallass about the year 1-340, is the only village in the town, and it is not a place of great importance, having one store, a grist and a saw m.11, a smith shop, a good school house, etc., etc. GROWTH AND PRESENT CONDITION. Vergennes, at that time including Grattan, was valued _upon the tax roll in 1845 at but $68,775, but is now valued at $637,847, and had a population in 1870, Of 1,369. In the matter of live stock this town showed in 1874, 455 horses, 25 work oxen, 496 cow s, and 507 other cattle, 62o hogs, and 4,018 head of sheep. It produced of wheat 38,69o bushels, corn 29,72o bushels, other grains 2o,6i6 bushels, potatoes 9,615 bushels, hay 1,854 ton~s, wool 17,178 pounds, 1,721 pounds of butter, and its orchard and garden products were rated at $3,157.1 In the matter of wheat it is only surpassed by Grattan and Bowne Townships, and in quantity of corn is only surpassed by three towns in the county. HIISTORY OF WALKER TOWNSHIP. Walker, situated immediately west of Grand Rapids City and ' own-ship, has Ottawa County on the \ý est, Alpine Township on the north, and the Grand River for its southern boundary, Nearly two-thirds of the corporate limits o the Ci-y of Gran Rapids has been carved from its territory. SET I'LEMENT, ORGANIZATION, ETC. Like Grand Rapids, this township is so intimately connected wi h tl~e early history of the Vitlag - and City of Grand Rapid, as to be difficult of separation. The earliest inhabitants of \,\hat was organized -as Walk r Township in 1838', were the earliest se~tlers of th incipient city, and for the first few y ars had one voting precinct, one common towný,hip, with its h adquarters in the village; Divi ton Stre t being the eastern b undary of what was afterward known as Walker Township. Of thos set ling outs de of the city limits was Mr. Samuel Whit and numerous family, in the ye r 1836. In the same year came Jesse mi~thnd family, John J. Nardin and family, and Robert Hilton and a Mr. Bemis.

Page  83 H ISTORY OF KENT COU NTY-CONCL.UDED, 83 Other early settlers were John'Hogadone, Joseph Denton, Wm. W. Andersoil, John H~arrington, Henry Helm'ka, Harvey Monroe, Patrick and Stel.hen O'Brien, James Murry, Lovell Moore, Isaac Turner, Harry Eaton, Isaiah Burton, and several others. The first town meeting was he d at a school house near the r ver, and within the present city. This resulted in the selection of the toll. wing as first officers of Walker Township, April, 1838: Supervisor--Lovell Moore. Clerk--Isaac Turner. Treasurer--Harry Eaton. Justices--Rober Hilton, Isaac Turner, Ira Jones, Isaiah Burton. Walker as first organized, included Alpine, k, hich, however, contained but few families for seve ral years, but became an independent township in 1847. The principal officers for the current year are Supervisor--A. A. Wils.,Jn. Clerk--Edwin Manly. Treasurer--John Dougan. CHARACTERISTICS, SOIL, ETC, Walker may be said to 1-.e bounded on two sides by a noble river, facing which on the east and south s~ide o.f the town there is a range of hills set back from the river, and leavi~ig a "bottom " generally from one-eighth to one mile wide. In many places these hills are very abrupt and a hundred feet or more in height. T he uplands ba ck of these hills varies from gen tly un dulating to quite rolling. Some pine, mixed more or less with other timber, at an early day crowned these hills, and spread over a sandy belt that extends from no theast to southwest, nearly across the township. Back of this, toward the west and northwest part of the town, heavy timber generally prevails, and several extensive swamps make their app.earance. Much of the north and west part of the town is a clay soil, interspersed with a sandy loain of much fertility. Indian Creek, wh h enters the town fr-om the middle of Alpine, flowing south for a couple of mile, and then cast till it falls into Grand River about the Detroit & Milwaukee R. R. bridge, is the most considerable stream in ~the town after the Grand. Several smaller ones flo w south from the centr I part of the town, through gradually deepening ravines to the river. There are no lakes of any consequence in this town, and it is without villages, its populatio~n being entirely rural. GROWTH AND PRESENT STANDING. This town is making very successful progress on the roa-d to prosperity. Except two extensive pI ster mills, in the south part of the own,.there is but little ma ufacturing done within its boundaries; b ýt its agricultural and horticultural impor ance stands out prominently, and many fine farms are to be seen. In the year 1845 the town exhibited a. tax 'roll amounting to $56,480, which in 1875 foots up $637,847. In 1855 the population, including a part of Grand Rapids Village, was 823, which in 187o, exclusive of the village, was 1,675. Its productions in 1873 were, in part: Wheat, ý2:,8o6 bushels; corn, 28,157 bushels; other grain, 24,297 bushels. Potatoes, 20,1r51 bushels; hay, 2,707 tons; wool, 8,026 pounds; mapte sugar, 8,o6o pounds; orchardi and garden products, $22,015 worth. In live stock it showed: Horses and mules, 412 head; oxen, 12 head; milch cows, 563; other cattle, 918; hogs, 647; sheep, 2,053. HISTOIRY OF WYOMING TOWNSHI-P. Wyoming Township lies on the south side of Grand River, and on the west line of the county. it is of Town No. 6 orth, and Range 12 west, and is bounded north by Walker Township and the City of Grand Rapids, east by Davis Township, south by Byron, and on the west by Ottawa County. About three sections off the north end- of the Congressional Township is cut off by Grand River, and' made a part of Walker Township for civil purposes. SETTLEMENT AND ORGANIZATION. Alt hougph one of the oldest settled portions of the county, it was attached ville, In 1836 Dwight Rankin, Hiram Osgood, Orrey Hill, James Lock-" wood, Nathan White, Jacob and Charles J. Rogers, lo ated in the town. Many of these have died or moved away;. still a few of the pioneers remain. This town, under the name andI style of Wy ming, was organized in 1848, although under the name of Byron for-twelve years, the headqua'rters of the town had been at Grandville. In fact, within the prese t-limits of Wyominig was for several years nearly all there was in population and improvement of the town of Byron, so that strictly speaking, Wyoming was organized in 1836 under the name of Byron; and the -Dew town organized in 1848 was given th old name. The ýfirst officers under the town name adopted in 1848 were: Supervisor--Win. R. Goodwin. Clerk-Joseph Blake. Treasurer--Chas. Edgerly. Commissioner of Highways-N. Shoemaker, Dwight Rankin, J[ames ]B. J ewell. School Inspecto~rs--L. D. Abbott, J. C. Rogers. Justices--Erastus Yeomans, Roswell Britton. The,total vote at the first general election appears to have been lOI, sixteen years after the settlement of the township had begun, CHARACTERISTICS, SOIL, ETC. An important feature of this township is a plateau or second bottom extending almost across the township, and varying in width from one to two miles. This was largely covered originally with burr and white oak timber, with a gra~velly soil, and regarded as among the very best in the county. The present river bottom is generally much iowel- than this plateau, and generally from one-fourth to one-half mile in width. This burr oak plateau -was firsý, sought, and is now almost entirely occupied with farms, and largely devoted to wheat cult-Lre. East and southeast of this plateau is a large swampy tract but partially reclaini-ed, a 'nd on the higher la 'nds to the south are belts of fine timber, some' of it originally quite heavy, but now mostly cut off. Probably one-fourth of the town was originally pine lands Wyoming is -without lak,,es, and Its principal stream 'after Grand River, which forms its northern boundary for four miles, is Buck Creek, which runs diagonally across the township from southeast to northwest, and entering the river near the village of Grandville. This is a valuable mill stream, and was improved -as such at an early day. Plaster Creek also -passes through the northeast corner of the township, and furnis~hes power for running the plaster mills erected on its ban s. Several smaller streamrs are also found in the town tributary to these, or following directly into the Grand. But one of -the chief featares of the township is its immense beds of plaster, probably underlying most of the towanship, and found out-cropping into beds of the creek 1Dd known to the Indians before the advent of the white man, and for m ny yearsz extensively worked in half a dozen places. THE VI~LLAGE OF GRANDVIL:LE. This vi'lIage, now containing about 400 inhabitant's, was the point or niucleus from which the township was settled, and in those earI y days was believed to be the rival of Grand Rapids; and with a superior site,.beautiful surroundin s and good water power, many persons supposed that Grandville- was bound to take the lead and keep ahea-d; but fate otherwise ordered. The first Cong-regational Society in the county was organized at Grandville in 183S. The village has three churches, a valuable school building and graded school, a hotel, and the usual complement of mechanics, shops, etc. A valuable merchant and grist mill, and the plaster mills in its. immediate vicinity, are of themselves sufficient to give importance to the place. GROWTH AND PRESENT CONDITION. It has been mentioned that Wyoming was one of the first towns that commenced to be settled up, but was first named Byron. In 1845 this town Was valued at $69,563, a mere trifle in this day, butrepresenting a. good deal of property at that tirme. In i875. the property in the town was rated at $524,128, or nearly eight timies as much as there was in the two towns thirty years ago. In 1850 the population was five hundred and forty-three, and this in 1874 had become two thousand and eight. The live stock in the town in 1874 was:' horses and mules, 451; oxen, 6o; milch~cows, 558; other cattle, 36o"; hogs, 479' sheep, 1,895. Produce for 18703" wheat, 20,668 bushels' corn, 31,24o bushels" other grain, 13,9o6 bushels';potatoes, 14,195 bushels'; hay, 1,576 tons wool, 8,717 pounds; cheese, 2,650 pounds"; maple sugar, 7,446 pounds"; orchard and garden products worth $2,255. BIOGRAPHICAL- SKETCHES. E BENEZEIR DAVIS was born in the State of Maine, in the year 18oo.; removed to the State of New York in 1818, and to Grand Rapids, Michigan, in 1836, and a few years later settled near Grandville, where "he still resides. He was married in New York, in 1825, to Mliss Eliza Ba'ker. They had six children born to them in New York, and two in Kent County, making four sons and four daug-hters, named as follows": Reuben E., Elmira M., James N., Jerome G., Horace W,., Lucy Jane, Emeline B., and Eliza S. Davis, all now living and six of them married. Elmira M. is now Mrs. J. H. Knowles, and Lucy Jane is Mrs. Charles L. Moody. Mr. Davis is an active, well-preserved man of his age; has filled the office of justice of the peace several terms, and been elected town supervisor four times, and filled minor stations of trust. RE-UBEN E. DAVIS, eldest son of Ebenezer Davis, was born in New York State, in 1826, and removed to Grand Rapids with his parents in 1836. He was married to Miss Mary S. Scott, of Kent County, in 1862. They had born to them three sons and three daughters, as follows: Walter S., Maggie E., Jesse L., Emma E., R. Harry, and Clarrissa Wininifried Davis. The two eldest died-of diphtheria, in 1875. MfY]RON I:OYS. of Wyobmingr Township, was born in Sheffield. County, Michigan. Mrs. Weston died in 1846, and the Dr. was married the second time to Miss Laura Jackway, also of New York, in 1849, and removed to Grandville, Kent County, in 1853. He has a son and two daughters by his last wife, all now at home. Dr. W. has been a practising physician for twenty-three years, and is also one of the proprietors of a valuable flouring mill, and the owner of sixty or seventy acres of very valuable plaster lands, on which he has recently erected extensive plaster mills, run by steam power. JEREMIAH BOYNT'ON, one of the pioneers of Byron Township, was born in the State of New York, in 1814; came with his parents to Ohio, in 1817, and to Byron Township, Kent County, in Aug-Lst, 1836. In 1841 he was married to Miss Harriett Wilson, then of Wyoming, but also a native of New York. They bad born to them two children, Ellenl L., now Mrs. Cross, and Harriett E., now Mrs. Pratt. Mr. ]3. served his town as super-. visor and treasurer, and was esteemed as a useful and upright citizen, who died a few years ago. His widow, Mrs. HI-Iarriett Boynton, with her son-inlaw, Mr. Pratt, still occupy the old homestead, a fine half section farm. WgILLIAM B]3OYNTON, also one of the earliest settlers within the limits of Byron "]ownship, was born in New York, in 18iS, and reached Kent County with his brother Jeremiah. In the year I84o he was married to Miss Orpha Jewell, daughter of James B. Jewell. To them nine children were born, four of whom, two sons and two daughters, are still living. His son, W. F. Boynton, married Miss Sarah Little, of Ohio, and resides on the old homestead, a view of which will be found elsewhere in this Atlas. 311-INER PAT'TERSON, of Paris 'r own ship, was born in Steuben County, New York, in i8i9, and removed with his parents to Washtenaw County, Michigan,. in 1828, -tnd to Kent County, Michig 'an, with his mother and brothers, Jacob and James Patterson, in the Spring of 1837. He was married July 4, 184S, to Miss Sally A. Spaulding, who had come with her parents from Seneca County, New York, in 1836. Mr. and Mrs. Patterson have three sons and two daughters. Mr. Patterson's mother, Mrs. Rachel Patte~rson, lived with him for twenty-five years, or until she died, in I864, aged seventy-seven years, but remarkably vigorous. She was much esteemed as a nurse, and was widely known among the pioneers as a most useful woman. STEPHEN B. DAVIS, of Paris Township, was born in Upper Canada, in 1814, his father, Daniel Davis, having removed to that place from Connecticut, a few years before. In 1838 he was married to Miss Lovin Quackenbos, and with her and five children removed to Paris Township, in 185o. Their children are Elizabeth (now Mrs. George Auble), Truman, Daniel,. Abraham, Annie'(now Mrs. George Lewis), Delia (now Mrs. James Lewis), Stephen, Joseph, Edith L., and Althea L. Davis. Mr. Davis has a very valuable farm of one hundred and sixty acres, a fine view of which will be found elsewhere in this Atlas. GEOREWE W. TEEPLE, of Cascade Township, and one of its earliest settlers, was born in New Jersey, in 18io. After residing in New York a few years, he removed to Wayne County, Michigan, in 1827, and to Kent County in 1837. He was married to Miss Samantha Cooke, in Wayne County, in 1832. They have had born to them twelve children, of whom five sons and four daughters are still living, the youngest being just of age. Amongc their children were one pair of twins and one set of triplets' four out of the five still living. SJ'. H. WITHEY9 of Cascade Township, was born at St. Albans, Vermont, in 1831, and came with his father, Solomon Withey, to Grand Rapids, in May, 1836. Mr. Withey was married to Miss Laura Abel, of Cascade Township, in '1857, she dying in 1861. Mr. Withey took for a second wife Miss Mary L. Duncan, of Ada. She has two sons and four daughters. When Mr. Solomon Withey came to Kent County, in 18"36, be brought with him two hired girls and ten work hands, he having -a contract with the " Kent Company " to make 5.ooo,ooo bricks. In 1838 he took charge of t 'he Exchanige Hotel, which stood where the Bridge-street House now does. In 1842 be was elected sheriff, and removed to the- court house, and was there residing When it burned down. He, died in 1851. HENR:Y HO-L-T, of Cascade Township, was born in Connecticut, in 1803, and removed to New York in 1827. He was married to Miss Lorancy M. Potter, of Herkimer County, New York, in 1831. She dying in 1836, he was married in 1837 to Miss Mfary De Witt, of same county. Mr. Holt has had five sons and five daughters born to him. A son, Mr. H. H. Holt, is now Lieutenant Governor of Michigan. A daughter, Gertrude, is now Mrs. Densmore, of Ada. H. Gaylord Htolt now lives at home. Miriam, another daughter, is now Mrs. Johnson,- of Cascade. Charles F. is owner of the Cascade Magnetic Springs. Helen G. Holt, another daughter, is still at home. Mr. Holt is the owner of a magnificent farm of four hundred and fifty acres, one of the finest on Thorn Apple, a view of which will be found in another place. R'. IE.[LL of Nelqon Township, was.born in M~onroe Coun ty, New York, and after res.iding in Ohio for a time, came to Nelson Townshi p with his wife and two children in 1856, and platted and named the Village of Cedar Springs, lying partly in Nelson and partly in Solon Townships. Mr. Hill is a justice of the peace, an office he has filled ten or twelve years. He has also been supervisor of his town five or six terms, and a member of the Legrislature twice, and takes a lively interest in public affairs and the progress of the thriving Village of Cedar Springs. W. W. BAKER, of Plainfield Township, was born in Pennsylvania, in 1818, whence he came to Ohio, and thence to"Kent County, in 1846. He was married to Miss Elizabeth Stump, of, Ohio, in 1840, who died in 1854. In 1856 he was married to Miss Lucinda Dale, of this county, l-y whom he had two sons: he has had several daughters by the first wife. Oi~e daughter, Eliza E., is now Mrs. Orne Woodey, of Plainfield; another, Rachel, is now Mrs. Nelson Batson, of Ionia County, and the third daughter is Mrs. C. W. Meek, of Plainfield. One son, about ten years of age, is now living with his parents. ruar y 22, 1839'; Persia R., April 6, 1843; Warren, November 8, 1844"James Judson, April 6, 1847; Eveline, December 22, 1849-; Wheeler, April 3, 1851; Martha A., October 5, 1853; Emily, March 4, T855 ", Otis, M~arch 7, 1857"; Roseltha P., April 7, 1859. Eli, Persia, and Otis, are deceased. Mr. and Mrs. Pond still reside where they settled thirty years ago. STEPHEN- S. TOWER,9 of Oakfield, was born in Winsor County, Vermont, Auer-Lst, 1812, and w~s married to Miss Mary F. Eddy, and removed to his present home in 1839. Their children were born as follows: Susan F., October 6, 1838-" Sarah J., January 7, 1842"; Stephen S., September 14, 1843; Henry C., November 7, T844; James W., May 1, 1849; Isaac, February 19, i85o. Mrs. Tower died in March, 185o, and Mr. T. was married in June, 185-f, to Mary A. Numa. Their children and ages are as follows; Emma, November 6, 1851; Ida M., August 10, 1855; Clyde 0., February 7, 1858; Gertrude L., March 30, 1864; job A., August 14, 1868; Ernest A,, December 20. 1872. Mr. T. still resides on the pioneer farm upon which he located about thirty-six years ago. CALVIN THOM~iPSON, one of the early settlers of Courtland Township, was born in Guilford, Chenanigo County, New York, October i, 182o. His father, Jarius Thompson, was a native of Massachusetts, and came with his family of nine children to the West, and settled in Jackson County, Michigan. The subject of this sketch, in 1843, came farther west to look for a home for himself, arrivinig at Grand Rapids,'then chiefly noted as a great trading point for the Indians. - Here he was directed by the large hearted and generous John Ball, to the Town of Courtland, where he fo nld a country better than his most sanguine expectations, and at once located a farm in sections 25 and 36, where he now resides. Mr. Thompson was married to Miss Drusilla White of Oakfield, in June, 1846, by whom he had three children, two sons, John and William Thomas, both steady and industrious men,"and one daughter, Mary, an amiable young woman. Mrs. Thompson died August, 1861. In November, 1361, Mr. Thompson was married a second time to Miss Jennie Harbaugh. Mr. Thompson has been supervisor of his town, and filled several other positions. He is a man whose word is his bond, 'and although having had little of this world's goods to start

Page  84 S" =.qt='-a,r* ........................... '" "-L""a'l'="......... "" 4hr x ---, -..a/'7-.......... .......... ---..... 2.m.ff." _'= =~....... -. --. ........... 84 BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH ES-COCLzcUDED, with, he has been quite succes-fuI, and- after helping his ~sons to a good farm each is still counted the wealthiest man in the township.:ROBERT ]BARCLAY CORNEALL, of Courtland Township, Swas born in Onondaga County, New York, in 1824, and left an orphan at five years. He visited Ohio in 1844, Albany, New York City, Newport and Providence, Rhode Island, and Fall River, Massachusetts, in 1847, and came to Grand Rapids in 1849, and voted for H. R. Williamis, the first mayor of the city. He was married to Miss Margaret Delaney of Ionia, in 1851, by -whom he had five children. named respectively: Frank G., Charlie H., Ford W., "Cora E., and Hattie M. Cornell, the latter now dead. In 1867 he was married a second time to Caroline Ferguson of Holly, to whom one child, Ray B. Cornell, has been born. In 1851 he went to California by way of Chicago, the Mississippi River, and the Isthmus of Darien, and engaged in mining and gardening for a couple of years, at Placerville, when he returned home, via Panama, Aspin-waI!, and the usual mail route to New York City. In 1856 he purchased the farm oin which he now resides, and built a fine house on the same in 1872. See view in another place. X. B3. HITqE., of Cannon Township, was born in New York in 1828, and removed to Kent County in 1847, his father, Demnas Hine, having come in and located a farm two years previously. Demas Hine, was one of the first justice,- of the peace elected inl the town, and held the position almost continuously until his death in 1872. His widow still resides with her son on the old homestead. M. B. Hine was married to Miss Ann Hartwell, daughter of Robert and Anna Hartwell, in 185o. They have two daughters. Mr. H~ine is Postmaster at Imperial Mills, and is also President of the Farm-. ers Mutual Insurance Co'. of Kent County. WI[LLIAM H ARTgWE]LL. of Cannon Township, was one of the early settlers, having come to the town in 1847--His father, John Hartwell, having come the year before. Mr. Hartwell was born in -New York, in 1824. He married Miss Haskins, daughater of Sidney B. Haskins, one of the first settlers and merchants of Cannonsburg, but formerly of Connecticut. Mr. 'and Mrs, Hartwell have two sons. They have a fine farm of two hundred and forty acres, a view of which will be found in another place., LEAMAN H-.rCH-APH:AN, living one mile south of Cannonsb'urg, is the second son of John C. Chapman, of Cedar Springs, who came from New York to McComb County, in 1837, and to Kent County i11 1845, and was married to Miss Mary A. Cannon in the same year. L. H. Chapman resides on the old homestead, a view of which appears elsewhere., TUN~IS HARTWEL]L, son of John Hartwell, came from McComb County to the "vicinity of Cannonsburg at an early day, and was married to Miss Paulina Cannon, by whom he bad one son, George Hartwell, now. at home. Upon the death of his first wife, he was married to Mrs. Mary J. Burlingame, formerly Miss Chapman. Mr. Hartwell died several years ago but the widow and soil still reside on the homestead one mile south of the Village of Cannonsburg. Elder EA. W. NORTfON, of Sparta Town.ship, was born" in New Yor7k, in 1819, and removed with his parents to'McComb County, Michigan, in 1826, and to Kent County,,in 1851, and settled near the line dividing ~Sparta and Alpine Townships, in 1854. Elder Norton has been a minister of the Freewill Baptist Church for thirty years, He was married in 1839, to Miss Minerva Gardner, by whom he had three daughters and twvo sons. After her death be was married to Miss L. A. Compton of Plainfield, by whom be has three sons and two daughaters. The oldest son lost his life in the army. The other children are all living. Z. 31. HtINTAAN, of Sparta Town ship, was born iln Madison County, New.Yorkc, in 1822, and was married to Miss Martha Hotchkin in 1848, and removed to his present home in the same year. They I-ave but one child, now the wife of A. B. Cheney, Esq., Loan and Insurance Agent, of Sparta Center. When Mr. Hinman came to Sparta it was nearly all a wilderness, but few neighbors on the south and none on the north of him. BENJA3IIN -G]L]AM~/ was born in New York, in the year 1816, and removed to Sparta, Kent County, in 185o; having purchased land theI year before. He was married to Miss Ann ie E. Mapes, daughter of Barney Mapes, of Sparta, they having come to the towxnin 184.M.ad rs Gillam, have one son and two daughters, one of the daughters being Mrs. John A. Eider,~of Sparta. A view of their homestead will be found on another page of this atlas. J.o E. NASH, of Sparta Center, was born in Massachusetts, in 1820) and removed to the farm on which he now resided in the Village of Sparta Center, in the year 1846. Mr. Nash was married to Miss Augusta Waite, of Kent County (but formerly of New York) in 1855. To them four soils were born, and Mrs. Nash dying in January, 1873, be was married in December, 1873, to Lita Gardner, of -Kent County, by whom he had one daughter. Mr. Nash has a fine farm of two hundred acres adjoining the village. He has served as supervisor of the town eight or nine years. JOHNq GILLA31, of Sparta Township, was born in the State of New York, in 1818, and came to Kent County in 1846, having previously married Miss Rosilla Taggart, of New York.- They have three children: Lovica, now Mrs. Win. G. Stebbins; and Mary, now Mrs. Andrew J. Stebbins; and a son, Alfredl Gillam. The country was almost an unbroke-,n wilderness when Mr. Gillamn landed in Sparta, now he has a farm of one hundred and sixty acres splendidly improved. A view of this is shown elsewhere. BENJAMiIN BLACKALL., one of the pioneers of Sparta Township, was born in Utica, New York, in 1825, and removed with his parents, first to Genesee County, Michigan, -and then in 1846, to Sparta Township. His father was William Blackall, well known to early settlers of the town. Benjamin Blackall w.as married to Mdiss Mary E. Smith, daughter of Benjamin Smith, one of the pioneers of Grand Rapids, where he landed from Canada, in 1836. Mr. and Mrs. Blachall have had seven children, four soils and three daughters, of whom two ons and one daughter only are living. CH[-RItST OP][-111_ C. H, INMIAN-, born in Madison County, New York, in 183o, removed to Sparta Township, in 1848. He was married to Miss Julia Jacobs, daughter of Benjamin F. Jacobs, of Grand Rapids, in 1855. Mr. H inman first settled with his parents, Noble and Priscilla Hinman, at Sparta Center, Theyhave three children, a daughter and two sons, all at home. They live on a finely improved farm of one hundred and sixty acres, about four miles southwest of Sparta Center. CLARK BROWN, on e of the earliest settlers of Sparta Township, was born in Connecticut, in i8iO, but lived in Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania, until 1832, and for a few years at Lapier, Michigan, and came to Kent County, in 1844, when he located his farm and moved on it in the Springý of 1845. He was married to Miss Lucy Edmunds, of Delaware County, New York, in 1832.- They have ten children, eight sons and two daughters, twvo sons and a daughter being still at home"; all the rest married and doing for themselves. When Mr. Brown located his land in September, there was not a white family in the towvn, but upon returning in Febr'uary n~ext, he found three families and two young men had come in. For a year or two, Mr. Brown was kept almost Nosy showing newj comers and prospectors lands. If a man desired to become a bona-fide settler, he was at once given the right hand of fellowship, but if he was a speculator, he was lik~ely to bQ shown through all the swamps in the town, till becoming disgusted, he left. GrARUS P. ST2EBB!INS, one of the early settlers of Sparta Township, was born in Madison -,County, New York, February IO, 1807; and his wife, Eliza L. Stebbins, was born in Chenango County, New York, December, 20, 1-813. They, were marimed in September, 1833. Their children with dates of birth, are as follows; William G., August 3, 1334; Charles L., August 3, 1838; Andrew J., October 14, 1840; Eliza C., October 29, 1845: Ellen V.1 April 27, 1849. William G. Stebbins, who was married to Miss Lovica Gillam, died February 2'4, 1870. Mr. G. P. Stebbins was made a captain in the 65th New York Regiment of 'Infantry, in 1830, and serving three years, was promoted to be major, and at the end of two years resigned in favor of domestic' life and agricultural pursuits, which he followed in New York until 1846, when he removed to Sparta Township, then A.n almost unbroken wilderness, but which has since been made to blossom as the roQse. SHERMYAN 3L, PEAR-SALL., an early settler in Alpine Township, was born in Cayuga County, New York, in the year 1817. He came w7ith his father, Michael Pe~arsall, to Troy, Michigan, and from thence to Ken CunyAlpine Township, in 1842. lni41he was married to Miss Catherine Baily, of Pontiac, Michigan, but a native of Cayuga County, New York. They have had born to them the following children: John Ball, Celina E., Wyant Adams, Bailey C., Esther J., Herbert Adelbert, George Sherman, and Perly Wilbur Pearsall. Of these John Ball died in the- army, Wyant Adams was accidentally drowned in a lake adjoining the farm, Bailey C., of disease, and George Sherman, when quite young. Esther J'. is now Mrs. Miner. Mrs. Pearsall's step-father, Joseph Wood, was lost on a trip from Detroit to Coffer Harbor, in 1847. The vessel was taken in a storm and never heard from afterwards. His wife (Mrs. Pearsall's mother), who is now nearly ninety-one years old, has mnade her home at Mr. Pearsall's about twenty-eight years. Will. ]BIRDSALL, an early settler in Alpine, was born in New York in 1814, his father, W. B rdsall, being one of the pioneers of Erie County, N. Y. In 1839 lie-was married to Miss Selina Hawley, of New York City. They removed. to Walker Township in 1846, and in 1848 to 'their present home in Alpine Township, at which time there was 'no other road than an Indian trail leading to their place. They have bad thirteen sons and one daughter, of whom the daughter and five sons are living. Mr. B. lives oin a finely improved farm, and follows gardening and fruit raising, 'having an fine onrch-a lT-,cnrd.Hesod Abont 6oo ushels of peAches iAlone n174, PtzORTER RIEED, was born in Herkimer County, N. Y.j in 1812, and was married to Miss Polly DeLong, of Lichfield, N.Y. in October, 180-3, and removed to Grand Rapids Township in July, 1834. Children were born to them as follows: Julia Maria, August 22, 1838; Gibson D., July 31, 1840; Thomas E., May 4, 1847; Ransom B., August 23, 1854, Julia was married to Daniel Devendorf. Mr. Porter Reed died in July, 1857, and Mrs. Devendorf in May, 1868. Thomas E. Reed married Mrs. Mary Walker, daughter of Hampton L. Walker in 1867, and Gibson D. Reed married Miss Emma WVait, of Kent County, in 1859. Mrs. Reed was married in April, 1861, to Mr. Horatio Randall, late of Herkimer County, N. Y. There were three ( f the Reed brothers, Lewis, Ezra and Porter, with their families, and Ezekiel Davis, known as judge Davis, who came about the same tim~e and were the first settlers in the township, G. W. DI)CKINSON, of Grand Rapids Township, was born in Granby, Mass., in 18o9. He was married to Miss Louisa Raynsford, of Massachusetts, in 1833, and removed to Tonia County in 1835, and to Kent County in 185i. AIlthough living in Ionia, he bought the tract where be now resides in 1835, when there were but two frame houses in Grand Rapids. He built a saw and grist mill in Ionia, 15 miles fr'om a settlement in 1837. While residing in Ionia be was town clerk for five years, and made justice at the first town meeting in Otisco Township, and was Supervisor of Grand Rapids Township in 1857. They have two sons and one daughter..GOUTVER~NOU B. RATH[-BUN., was born in Cayuga County, N. Y., in 182o, and came to Kent County at the instance of his uncle, A. D. Rathbun, who was then Postmaster at Grand Rapids, and with whom he engaged in mercantile pursuits for a number of years., and erected the first good store building in the place. In 1844 his. father, Chas. Rathbun., and family, came to Kent County, and securing a small fr'ame building on Monroe Street', soon enlarged it into what is known as the Rathbun I-ouse of to-, day. Geo. B. Rathbun was married in 1859 to Miss Emily Tucker, of LaGrange, Indiana. They reside on a well improved farm a short way from the city limits and near Fish Lake. They have but one son, Amos M. Rathbun. MA-RT-INS. T rU]BB, of Grand Rapids Township, was born in Chenango County, New York, in 1816, and came to Grand Rapids in June, 1837, and for three years was in the employ of George Young, and Lewis and Porter Reed. In 184o he was married to Eliza Jane Kemp, by whom be had three children, Cornelia A. and two twins, who lived but a fewr days, when they and the mother both died, in March, 1843. In INovember, 1 43, Mr. T. was married again to Elizabeth Wood, to whom was born as follows: Tunis C., Niovember 3, 1844"; Margaret S., January 11,,I847"' Jane S., December 17, 1848"; Simeon D., May 19, i851; Lysander D., March 23, 1854; William B., March 15, 1856; J. Francis, July 4, 1859. His second wife died August 26, 1866, and be was married the third time.May 19, 1868, to J~ane Morgridge. Upon marriage with his first wife-, in 1840, Mr. T. moved upon the farm where he still resides, on section 22, in Grand, Rapids Township. He has been overseer of the poor for eleven consecutive years, and held other minor town offices. ANTHONY B!ODEN-L of Paris Township, was born in Derbyshire, England, in 1814; came to America. with his parents in 183o, andl settled in W~ayne County, where his father died, in 18-1, and in 1836 he came alone, folwn an Indian trail, to Kent County, living in Grand Rapids for about. ten years, when lie located his farmi of two hundred and forty acres, in Paris Township. In 1837 he was married to Miss Honors. McMann, of Grand Rapids, to whoin was born the following children: Catharine E., Margaret A., Joseph L,, Ann, Mary, and Elizabeth Boden. Margaret A., Joseph L., and Ann, are married and lving in Kent County, while the others have deceased, PHI-L-L][P F. CO-VELL, of Walker Township, was born in Calbott. Vermont, December 12, 1811, and was married May 26, 1839, to Miss Maria Abbott, of Ogden, New York, and moved to Kent Cou ntyg in 1845. The r ch'idren were: Addle M. Covell (now Mrs. Elliott C. Anaerson, of Tllinoi~s), Enmia 17-. Covell, Matte E. (n~ow Mrs. Alva Loucke,4, of Walker Township), Lottie A. (now Mrs. John Ream, of Grand Rapids), and Frank Covell. Mrs: Covell died in No\vember, j-857, and Mr. C. was married a second time to Sarah Hoggdone, by whom one child, Chester Covell, -wai born. Mr. C. first came to 'the county in 1836, and r mained about one year, when he returned for a wife. He first settled in and help d organize the Town of Alpine. He was collector for the -to-wn half a dozen years, lived for some time in the City of Grand Rapids, and about eighteen years since he removed beyond the city limits into Walker Township, where he has been pursuing the avocation of a farmer very successfully. A view of his fine premisei will be seen in another place. L. W)OO(G- was born in the Province of Zealand, February 14, 1816, where he learned the trade of p' 'aluter.. In 1838 he married Johanna Quintus, and in the year 1847 em-igrated to America, arriving in New York, October i. At this time, being unable to speak English, and knowing but little of the customs of the 'Country, he was unsuccessful in business for three or four years, losing what mone he brought from Zealaind. He m-oved west in 1849, and settled in Ravenna Township, Michigan, where he ( wned eighty acres o wild land. He erected a log hut, and remained there two years. Mr. D'Ooge and P.- J. G. HodenpyI owned and worked the first mill in Ravenna Township, which was not a success, owing to the newness of the country. This left Mr. D'Ooge without money, -and lie was obliged to accept the position of United States mail carrier from Grand Rapids to Muskg:,-n,. a distance of fifty miles, going on foot, and receiving for his services.$2.50 Per week. In 185 1, Mr. D'Ooge was met on the road by Rev. DeKeunick, Catholic priest, of Grand Rapids, who induced hirm to remove his family to the city, and paint the newA' Catholic church, on Monroe Street. He continued to work at his trade until 1852, when he engýaged in the mercan.-tile busi-ness on follows: Almira, January 31, 1839; Orange, August 12, 1842; Clinton H., January 5, 1852, and Ella A., October 20, 1854, all living except Clinton A., who died in infancy. My. MlcArthur has filled several offices of trust in the Stown, and is the present Supervisor. In, early days he was engaged in school teaching, and:many persons in this and adjacent towns owe much of their advancement to his early instruction. SLS D. H ),-ORTON, of Oal:field. was born in Orange County, New York, in' 1828, and came to his present home iii 1849, and was. married to Miss Phoebe Rowley, January 1, 1856. They have had the following children: Willis E?., born October 24, 1856"; Ella, December 15, 186o"; Edwin, December 6, 1862; Mary S., December 29, 1865; John B., August 1, 1868, and Jennie Horton, born March 2, 1870. Mrs. Horton died of consumption, June 19, 1874. A view of Mr. H.'s residence will be found elsewhere. HENRY C. HOGADONE, of Walker Township, was born in Canada, in 1823, and removed to Walker Township, Kent County, in 1839. Mrs, Hogadone, formerly Miss Phoebe J, Phillips, was born in 1827, and came to Kent County in 1844, and was married in r:85I. They have the following children, to wit: James H., Edward D., Nella. L., Rena P., and John.B. Hogadone. Mr. H. was one of the pioneers, and found but little in his neighborhood except wolves and Indians, but he h.-s lived to see the savagTe wilderness transformed to fruitful fields all around him. S............... -.=i-.-- "--.................... " '--o';............... .......,,........ ) u ..... ........ __ ==- -- _..............; "---.... ' ' '...-:-....................... -mmv--

Page  85 PATRONS' DIRECTORY OF KENT COUNTY, M cH G AN. GRAND KAPIDS CITY, - GRAND _ APIBS CITY-Co SetNAME, LOCATION, BUSINESS. NATIVITY, ted. NAMaE. LOCATION. BUSINESS. _________________________________ _ _ _ ______________in C O.___________ mtin-ued. SetNATIVITY. tied in Co. Andrain, Robert ----- Antrim, A---------- Antisdel, A. R --..--- Aiken, Nathan J-..... Atwater, L. R__-- --- Ashley, Wm ---.----- Avery, Edwin ------. Aldrich, M. V ---- Aldrich, Henry_-.---- Alien, J. M-...------ Bailey, S. J.---------- Bailey, S. S_------, -- Baars, J. Frederick-__ Beckwith, Wm. G,... Brown, C. P-..-.-.... Brewer, A. R.-----.-- Burlingame, E. A-.-- Bremer, Henry-_...-. Ball & Rogers.------- Barns, Jacob.------- Baker, Sims-------. Burbank, E. W-...-.. Barclay, Charles- ---- Bos Brothers -.-.----- Brown, L, G.-------- Boss, Peter.---------- Boorhem, Martin- ---- Brayton, A. B.-------- Byers, C. E -.. ___.... Booth, Mathew.-----. Botsford, A. H.. Brandt, Geo--------- Bailey, Adam H----- Baker, Thos. F.------ Carpenter, Judd & CoCalkins, Chas. R-.--. Cady, W. R......... Caulfield, John-..... Campau, A. S.--.----. Clay, J.H------- 1 Clay, Samuel D--..... Clancy, John..-..... Clark, M. H. & Co__Comstock, C. C.---.-- Coffenberry & SkeelsConverse, Jas. W., Jr_ Cody & Olney---.. Courtney, Jas. _..H.. Cowlishan, Edward-_ Cook, George -------- Comstock, D. E..... Church, T. B----.... Colyer, J. A-.... Clemons, J. F --..-... Crawford Bros------ - Crosby, M. M./.... Colyer & Clemons----. Dapper, Emil A----- Davis, Luther------ - Denison, W. C-- ---- C DeRuyter, John----- DeVries, Jacob-- E DeVries, H---- - - - Dewey, H. E---_. Dikeman, Ed. B-__ DTllenback, J. D.-..I Dishn an, S. 0O--..--.. Dodge, A--.......... D'Ooge, L............J Dun, R. G. & Co..... Dunn, *Wm_..........; Dishman & Wheeler__ Douglas, Alex....... '; Eaton, Elon G....... i Edie & Carroll....... ( Eggleston & KleinhansI Eldridge,-^Charles.....; Eddy, L. P.......... Carp, Samuel........ Fail-field, J. A-....... ( Fallass & Gleason..-.. Fitch, Geo. C.-------- 4 Foot, Geo. S.-------- 4 Foster, Stevens & Co- i Foster Brothers.------ 7 Foster, Frank W..... Fox, Geo --....,----- I Fox, P. VC C Fralick & Woodruff-- ' Freeman, Hawkins&Co i Fuller, E. P. & S. L-- 5, Fitzgerald, J. C.------ Ganoe, W. H.-------- Gibson, 0.'-.----.---- 4 Gilbert, Thos. D---.-- Cor. Monroe & Waterloo.---..---.-- 45 Monroe St.------ 4 Canal......... Aldrich Block.------ Monroe St--.-.-.. Monroe St.------- West Side.------.-- 6o Waterloo----.-- I I 43 Monroe St.--.-- 33 Monroe St..--.. 57 Canal St.----.--- 239 Jeff. Ave --.--- 112 Second Ave----. 670 Cherry St.------ 301 Jeff. Ave----.-- 75 Waterloo St---. 95 S. Division St-_45 Monroe St------ Cor. Oak & S.Div.Sts 465 S. Division St-- South. Division ----- 18 Monroe.--.----- 87 S. Division-.---. Messmore Block--- P. 0. Basement---- 15 Canal St.-------- 194 Bridge St-.- -.47 to 51 Ottawa St85 & 87 Canal St___ 585 S. Division St-_ Cor. Canal & Bridge 0 48 Canal St.------- 331 & 333 Canal St105 Ottawa St.--_-- 16 Monroe St.------ 13 & 15 Pearl St--- 26o Jeff. Ave.--.--- 32 Center St.--.---- 21 Plainfield Ave-- Prospect St.----... 21 Monroe St.. ---- "Morton House" Blk I & 2 Lovett's Block " Ledyard Block "__ go S. Division St--- 88 Ionia St --.... Io 0SLmmit St, ( 44 Canal St--- IoI Third St.------ 85 Monroe'Ot24o S. Division St_- ( IOi Third St_--___ 1 76 Ottawa St.-----. ] No. 7 Sweet's Hotel Block----.------ J 693 Cherry St-_--- I VicReynolds Block- _ 235 Ionia St_-.-.O )ffice, Rood's Block. tL5 & 47 N. Div. St_ C.4o S. Division St__I *o & 12 Monroe St_ C '2 Monroe St...... C:23 Canal......... C 2ity Nat. Bank Bldg S 2 & 14 Lyon St___ ~ 4 Canal St---..--- ]E 3 Pearl St........ ]A ~9 & 51 Lewis St___ P Jobber -----------. ------------.----.... Commercial Agent. -..--.------- ------ -.Propr. Rathbun House ----------_----- Physician and. Surgeon ------------------ Insurance and Real Estate -.-.------------ Attorney --------------------.-.....-- --- (Firm of Spring & Avery) Dry Goods & Carpets B anker.......-.----- - --------- - --.-... Dealer in Pumps ---------------------- Livery and Sale Stable_ -------------- Deputy United States Marshal. Collector Internal Revenue-........... Cashier City National Bank_-------------- R eal E state-....................... Physician and Surgeon -.--.--------.----. (Brewer & Palmer) Ready-made Clothing___ Prosecuting Attorney, Kent Co Treasurer, K ent Co ---. ---------------.. Attorneys ---..-.-- ------------------- (Firm A. X. Cary & Co.) Valley CiLy Mills_Wagon and Blacksmith ShopsGeneral Store--------------------------- Window Shade Manufacturers.......... Dealer in Harness, Trunk, Whips and BagsGroceries and Provisions -------------- Saloon Keeper- ------------- ---.--. ----- Meat Market --_--------------------- Kalamazoo House--------------------- Physician ------.-----~.--------------... Union Brewery Physician and- Surgeon --------------- Centennial Restaurant................ General Hardware, Wholesale and Retail-- Groceries and Provisions ---------------- Livery, Feed & Sale Stable ~-------------- Wholesale Grocer ------------------- Fur Dealer --------- ------------- ---- Proprietor " Rasch's Hotel" ------------- Lawyer -------------------------- ---..Saloon Keeper.......................... Editors and Proprietors Democrat. ----.--- Manufacturer of Lumber, Sash, Doors and Blinds, and Dealer in Real Estate- -----.-. Civil Engineers and Surveyors ----------- Real Estate Agt. and Commissioner for Mass Wholesale Grocers.---------_.------------ Real Estate Agent- --......... -.... Meat M arket_------------- ----- ------ - - Groceries and Provisions----------------- Attorney at Law --..-- -- ----- ~---- ----- (Colyer & Clemons) Real Estate & Iusurance ] (Colyer & Cdemons) Real Estate & Insurance ( Wholesale and Retail Grocers. ------.----- Oyster and Coffee House--.-.-------..--.. 1 insurance and Real Estate----.......... Attorney at Law ---------------- T---- I Real Estate Dealer.... ] Gen. Dlr. in Farm Implements & Machinery Wholesale Dealer in Wines and Liquors _ 1 Irving H ouse- ----. --------.-- -------.... Grocer---- ------- ---- ---- --- I Insurance Agent---------------------- I j e w e le r.............................. Directory Publisher- ---------------- --- ( iDishmian & Wheeler) " Excelsior" Manfrs_ ' R-eal Estate Dealer and Notary Public-..... [2 Fhe Mercantile Agency- -_-_ ____.rocery Store- - - - - _ _ __ __ _ ~_ Manufacturers of and Dealers in "<Excelsior" Dealer in Hair Goods...... (-_ - - -_ "[ew eler. __ -- - - _._ - _ - _ _ ~ _ Proprietors of the " Half Way House" -___ ttorneys, at Law _- - - - - - _ _ - - Arkansas.-.------ New York -------- Jackson Co., MichSaratoga Co., N. YBurlington, Vt_-.... Ontario Co., N.Y- - Cayuga Co., N. Y-- New York _----- Michigan ------- New York........ Michigan --------- Niagara Co., N.Y-_. Chenango Co., N. YLenawee Co., Mich_ Oakland Co., MichWindbuam Co., Conn Prussia......... Vermont.----.---- Canada ----------- Maine ----------- New York --.----- Holland ---------- New York -------- Holland..... New York--.------ New- York -------- Michigan..... Ohio_ --------- - New York ------- Germany.... Ireland Hillsdale, N. Y--- New York ----.--. New York...... Grand Rapids, Mich New Hampshire-__ New Hampshire-__ Michigan.......... \ew York --.----- New Hampshire--- Boston, Mass------ New York..-.-__ New Jersey- ------- Province of QuebecMichigan Bristol, Mass.------ New York -------- Canada -.------ -.Michigan --------- New York City_-- Kent Co., Mich.---- Michigan ------- H olland.......... New York-------- Holland -------- Kane Co., Ill.------ Michigan......... 3rand Isle Co., Vt/"irginia....._-..... ^"ew York........ ealand -. - - - Few York.-__ 2anada-- - - - - VMichigan - - -- Seneea Co., N. Y-_ _ ngland.......... Wayne Co., Mich__ ] 3 ] ] 3 ] 3 ] ] ] ] 1 1 1 I I I I I I I I [ 18z 18( 180 18 ý 18, 11 1849 Gildersleeve Bros---- 1853 Godfroy, John F-_._.. Goodrich, P. M. & Co[863 Goldsmith & Balch-__ [869 Granger, G. W. & Cor837 Graham, Philip ------ IS51 Grant, J_-----------:857 Green, Wm. B---.---- 185 Griggs, G. W.-------- E867 Grinnell, Henry.------ 1873 Grove, James F---.-.U942 Grove, Win. E_.--- 1846 Green, Harkness--... Gunn, W. S. & Co---- 1845 Gunnison, Delong----:874 Green, F. W. & Co-_-:848 Gelock & Bro---.---- 1861 Hoadly, John F.------:839 Hackinson, C--..-.-.-. Hampson, T. P. S.---- 1836 Hansen, N -.........:873 Hardman, S. T -.----:858 Harlan, B. A.-------- 849 Hausser, W. C ------- 873 Haynes, Isaac.------- 855 Hendricks, John-.---- 865 Hembling, Wm. D_--- 865 Hilton, Chas. A.------ 875 Hinsdill, H. M.------ 855 Holden, E. G. D---.-- 875 Holmes, John T.------ 851 Holt, Arthur J.------ 857 Horton,.E. j.-------- 874 Home, Samuel B---- 860 Hovey, Wm--------- Houseman, Julius---- 855 Howard, H. I---.--- 854 Howe Sewing Machine 864 Company--------- 836 Hoyt, Birney.------- 871 Hunt, Simeon.------- 869 Husband, Levi------ 873 Hughes, D. Darwin-_ Hulburt, D, K.------- Huntly, E. R.-------. 853 Huntly, Geo. WI-.... Horton, L. H--.--.. 871 Hatch & Hayden---- 875 Immin, F 874 865 Innis, Wm. P. ------- 857 fves, Colvin L.---.--- 843 Jaxon, John.----.---- 350 Jefferds, M. R.------- 343 Johnson, Geo. S...... B68 Johnson, J. K--..... 45 Judd, Geo. E.-------- Kappler, Hugo.------ 369 Kinney & Mitchell---_ 338 Kingsbury, S. 0-----O ý43 Kusterer, C.---.----- ý69 Kusterer. Philip-----. 350 Kennedy, j. M--..-., S45 Kutsche, Oswald-.....-( 365 Lambrix, Joseph.------' 343 Lapierre, Joseph----- 347 Leitelt, H., Bros. & Co a 75Loettgert, Frederick-- 72 Long, John S---...... 49Loomis, R. B-------..; Luther & Sunmer--.... 72Lyon & Johnson.....( Luther, Sylvester-..... 69 Leonard, W~m-.......Martin, Lewis--........ 65 M attison, F-.--. ----.. Martin, Joseph H....s 67Matteson, E. S....... 70Maris, C. M-_-__-_-.. i 70March, W. S........ ] Macfarland, A----..... McCollum, E.-------- 48 McConnell, Wm. H-- 5 66 McCool, Chas -------- 5 McDonell, David ----7 McKay, J. A -------- 49 McKillop, John & Co- 8 74 McManus, Rev. P. JMcNamara, John..--- E McSkimin, Jas....-. 73 Messmore, I. EA...... Merritt, Win. T -----.. 68 Meyers, Ferdinand-__2 73 Michigan Barrel Works C i Miller, H. L.--------- 3 67 Mills & Lacey---.---- 8 35 Mohl, Schneider & Co. i (85) I 37 lonia St.------- 98 Monroe St.-.-.--_ 63 & 65 Canal St- - Canal St_---- ----- 42 & 44 Lewis St_ 477 S. Division St_ i Waterloo St_.__ 82 Monre St.------ Cor. Canal & Lyon 70 Canal St.------ 1O5 Ottawa St----. 47 & 49 Monroe-__ 6 Canal St-------. 66 Pearl St--.----. Lewis St......... 22 Monroe St-----. 41 Hastings St. --- 32 Monroe St..---. E. Side Union Depo Cherry St.-------- 14o Bridge St. W._ 69 Spring St_...... 335 Bridge St., W_ 25 Canal St------- 29 Pearl St.-------- 98 Monroe........ 29 Canal St.---.--- 4 Monroe St--- --- 9 S. Division...... 85 Monroe -------- 21 Paris Ave.-----. Front St.---------. Aldrich Block.---. l8 Pearl St.-------. 39 & 41 N. Div. St97 Lagrave.------.-- 127 Monroe &7 Div..Sts_------ ---- 84 Monroe St.------ 65 & 67 Kent St-_13 Bridge St.------- 19 McReynolds Bl'k Lewis & Waterloo St 32 S. Division St-_195 Ottawa-----_--- 146 Kent St.------- 64 Canal---------- Bridge St.--------- 120 Canal St-_---- Cor. East & Lake Sts 222 Bridge St., W__ 185 Jeff. Ave.------ 5 Erie St.---------- 18 Canal St------.. 34 Canal St....... 55 Canal St........ Dpera House Block SI Kellogg St ------. t5 Bridge St., W-__56 Canal St-------. Il Ca'nal St-------:l5 Monroe St..... "rI S. Division..... Waterloo St------.. o & 52 Monroe-.... 52o Front St.------- 74 Calder St.-----. Front St---------- 3o Canal St-.----- Bostwick St------- )1 Canal St----.... Kessmore Block--- Morton House---...;8 Fountain St.----.anal ------------ 301 Jeff. Ave.------ 3 Canal St-........ 13 Canal.----------. Cigar M anufacturers............... Real Estate and Loan Office.----------.---. Wholesale and Retail Hardware,---------- _ Real Estate and Insurance_-------------- Livery and Sale Stable- -- ---------- _ Groceries and Produce_-------------- - Feed Stable_------------------------ --- - Piano Tuner_--- --------- i_ Real Estate and Farmer ---------------. Medical Doctor_ A ttorney _ - - - - - - _-- - - - _ -- _ Inspector, " Wonderly Lumber Co."_-..... Hardware and House Furnishing Goods---- _ Real Estate Dealer ---------------------- _ Dlrs. in all kinds of Wood & Iron Machineqy _ Wagon Makers -.------------------------ - Restaurant ---------------------------- _ Blacksmith --------------. -----------.-- - Barber and Hair DresserAt Proprietor Central HotelSaloon and Restaurant-_ Atty., Counselor at Law & Judge of Probate _ G rocer --- --..- -----------.------------ Sheriff of Kent County---------------- _ Carpenter and Joiner. -.------------------ _ Groceries and Provisions.: Builder.---- - Blank Book Manfr., Paper and Stationery.-_ - Attorney and General Insurance Agent..---. Judge Supreme Court----.... B ook k eep er----_..._- ----- -............. - G rocer...--.----------------. ------------ _ Attorney at Law, Bounty and Pension Agent Agent Grand Rapids Plaster Company- -.... -(Houseman & May) Manfr. & Dlrs. in Clothing Harness Maker ------------------------- R. Vanness, Agent--------------- -------- Circuit Judge, Seventeenth Judicial CircuitRegister of Deeds, Kent County---------- H otel..------------- ----- ---------- --- Solicitor G. R. & I. R. R. Co.-.... Wholelale Dealer in Wool and Grain D...1 Whole'e & Retail Dlr in P,.,rk, Hams, Lardetc I Retired Manufacturer-_----------------- I Carpenter and Joiner.- _ 1 Dealers in Fancy Groceries ------- Carpets, Oil Cloths, Paper Hangings and Window Shades-----..----------------- C Fire Insurance.--.--- ------------_ -....... Livery, Sale and Boarding Stable-- A President G. R. & A. R. R. Co.----------- ( Cigar Store.-------.--------------------- Proprietor Eagle Hotel.------------------ Groceries and Provisions.- ---------------- N C Blacksmiths, Horse-shoeing a Specialty..... I Real Estate, Coal and Wood- ------------ E: Brewer of Ales and Beer- G....... -...... C Groceries and Provisions...... C Livery and Sale Stable ---.--------.-.-.--- - Real Estate Dealer and Farmer----------- E Grocery and Saloon ---------------------- C Professor of French, Latin and Greek.------ F Valley City Iron Works ------------------ Toys and Fancy Goods- --------- Lumber Manufacturer -----------P [Dealer in Boots and Shoes -... -- -- - --rl Agricultural Implements and Hardware.-.. Civil Engineers and Surveyors. - ----- (Luther & Sumner)........--- -- -- B Carpen ter &. Joiner. - -_ -- - - - - - - E. Dry Goods and Cloths, Hats and Caps..... B Manfr. & Dealer in Saddles, Harness and Horse Furnishing Goods-------- V Broker and Capitalist._- - - -- - - -- E Agent Estey Organs.....--- ----- O Hardware. Copper, Tin and Sheet Iron.... H F urniture.............-- - - - - - - - -- N Barnard H ouse.........................- V Salesman with Foster Brothers............ N Hardware and Dry Goods ---------------- E Meat Market--------------------------- P MasonN-------------------------------- N Grocery and Saloon -------- ------------- C, The Commercial Agency ------.-.-------- Catholic Priest --------------------------- Ir Attorney at Law ------------------- C Enterprise Coffee and Spice Mills.----.----- N Attorney at Law ----------------------- D N Manufacturer and Dealer in Cigars.-------- G D. H. Waters, Pres.; Geo. G. Briggs, Treas.Wagon Maker ------------------------- G Druggists --------------- -------------- Cigar Manufacturers and Tobacco Dealers-- New York ---.---. Detroit, Mich-.----- New York ----.---- Canada----------- Michigan -------- Canada........ New Jersey...... New York -------- Seneca Co., N. Y--_ Ontario Co., N. Y__ Kent Co., Mich.---- New York -------- Detroit, Mich ----.Holland ---------- Pennsylvania.----- qweden --- ____- _ M ain e - - ------ - Denmark --------- Hamilton, CanadaHarford Co., Md___ Ger'many. ------.-. England -...------- Michigan --------- Canada_ --------- Kent Co., Mich____ Grand Rapids-.---- Ohio......-....... New York........ England ---------- Oakland Co., MichIreland Middlesex Co., Mass. Ontario ------- Orleans Co., N. Y._ChautauquaCo.,N.Y. Orange Co., VtY... Canada -------.... Michigan --..------ Erie Co., N.Y_.... Erie Co., N. Y..... New York.-...-- Michigan ---------.ermany -----. ---- New York.----.-.-- Michigan Virginia........ )swego Co., N. Y._ sew York.---- ---- New York ____ _.__ qassachusetts.....xermany.---------- reland C:nfield, Conn.----- rermany_.- " _~ ~ rermany.---------- ýTew York ----.---.urope;anada ----------- 'rance ---------- 'ennsylvania...... lTaine -.-.......... ristoI, R. I---.... Iampshire, Mass.__;avaria - - -- _: 'ermont - - - - -;ngland - - - - - akland, Mich--..... [olland - - - _ _ few York..-_..... "ermont.......... few York --__.ngland --------- 7 ennsylvania---- -- "few Y ork - - ----- anada ----------- 3 *eland--...-------- henango Co., N. Y. Tew York -----. --. )etroit, Mich.------. Tew York -------- 3 iermany....--.---. ermany.---------- ] 1875 1838 1857 1855 1855 1872 1837 1856 1857 1874, 1845 1853 1850 1875 1865 1871 -1869 1868 1858 1866 1851 1852 1874 1841 -1845 1898 1868 1865 186r 1856 1874 186o 1857 1844 1864 1867 1862 1856 1870 1875 1870 1845 186o 1870 1872 1867 1857, 1853 1867 1844 1847, 1848 1847 1853 1867 1874 1863 1866 1868 1866 1847 1874 187o 1855 1851 1852 i872 1852 1868 [875 [848 1845 1870 1868 1870 1865 1873 1875 1867 1861 1865 [866 I I I I ( ] I ] 1 c I I ý I &ttorney at L aw ------S---- --- - --- --- -- S 21ergyman, Rector St. Mark's Episcopal C'h I kttorney at Law --------------- -- ------. N Attorneys -........- -------_ ---- -- --- - - ýarriage Manufacturer ----.------------- Vermont ---------- Printer, Eagle Office-----------------..-- Tennessee ------ -eneral Hardware ----....--------------- -Treat N ew Y ork C ity S tore_---- -- -- - - - Foster, Stevens & Co.) Hardware----. Michigan ------.anvasser ------------------ ---- ---- __-Kentucky --------- itate Agt. Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co Jefferson Co., N. Y-.oal, Wood, Lime, Cement, Fire Brick and Fire Clay.-------.------- -------------- Michigan Nholesale Grocers................. 3ankers and Brokers --------------....-. Livingston Co., N. Y Uttorney at Law ---.---..-.--- __,---...-. Ohio 'roprietor " Eagle " Barn, Boarding Stable- Vermont---------- 'resident City National Bank------------- Franklin Co., Mass 11 P I I ~ II 2"'........ --..................... -" 'i' ' 'I " - .- --...... , '................. "....

Page  86 86 PATRONS' DIRECTORY OF KENT COUNTY-CONTINUED GRAND RAPIDS CITY-Continued. GRAND RAPIDS CITY-Coa "SetNAME. LOCATION. BUSINESS. NATIVITY, tied NAME. LOCATION. BUSINESS. ______________in Co.___________________ wcluded. "SetNATIVITY. tied _______~____in Co. Moore, M. M.----- Mooter, Jacob.------ Muenscher, E. W----- - Mullett, W. R----.-- McBride, James E--_Miller, Henry------ Nester, Thomas ----- Nelson, Matter & CoNichols & Co-------- Norris, Blair & StoneNorris & Uhi-------- O'Connor, Wm.--- Owen, Geo. F... 20 Opera House Bl'k Forest City House10 Canal--------- Cor. lonia & Coldbrook Sts------- 33 & 35 Canal St--- Cor. Canal.& Bridge 99 Ottawa St------ 537 S. Division ---- 31 Monroe St------ Orford, Edward - ---- Ostrom, Leonard-.--- Osborn, P. 0-------- Otte, P. & Son ------ Peck, Webster F..... Prindle, C. W-_ -.-- Pierce, Geo. R ---- Patten, C. H------- Powers, Wm.n T. & Son Penney, J----------- Perkins, G. W------. Peck, J. S---------- Parmenter & FurmanPierce, P. R. L--- 677 Front St.------- 467 S. Division St-- Ionia St-------.... 9 N. Division St_-- 36 W. Bridge St-5 21 Pearl St87 S. Front St----- 8o Canal---------- 36 Bridge St------ Pierce, E. S-... Pierce, B. T--------- Perry Brothers--..... Porter, A. J--------- Preusser, A---------- Palmer, S. D-------- Palmer, F. H-------- Perry, D------------ Phillips, Z. T-------- Prontus, L----------.. Powers, E. K-------- Powers, Wm. H --_Powers, W. T.------ Paddock, Aug------- Quintus, J---------- Quimby, I. L. & SonRingelberg, H ------- Ransom, 0. C------- Ringnet, Mrs. F__---- Reed, H. H--------- Rogers, L. A.-------- Robinson, Solomon & Co------------- Rogers, James A----- Robinson, Wm. M--_ Randall, John---.---- Raymond & ScrantonRaymcr, Mrs. J------ Smith & Draper------ Schroeder, Geo_.... Shriver, Weatherly& Co Stephenson, Samuel S. Stivens, David L.- - - - Sliter, B. T--- ------ Smith, James H.----- Skinner, A.L.-------- Sweet, M.I.--------- Scribner, W. R.------ Standish, Fuller &Standish------------ Sinclair, Bros -------- Stanly,P.M-------- Stoughton, Wm. L_-- Selleck & Greene-...Stewart & VanderhoefShields, M---------- Snyder, Charles------ Snyder, Peter-------- Spring, Henry------- Stevens, W. D------- Scharfenberg, C. T.__ Shears, M. V.---- Sanford, E. A------. Spencer, G.----- Snively, W. J---- Spring & Avery ------ Schottey, John.... Sumner, D. B.- - Sprague, Wm-------- Schmidt, August ----- Saunders, B. C.------ Thompson, Henry E_ Tuxbury, C. F.------- Trowbridge, Jerome-- Tewhopen, J. H-...Thurston, D. F...... Taggart, M.-------- Taylor & Eddy--..-- Thomson, Geo..----- Taylor, W. W------- Thayer, Geo. W.. -- Vail, Geo. H---.---- -1 27 Monroe St------ 35 Monroe St------ 232 Jeff. Av------- S. Division-------- 55 Pearl St-------- IT S. Division St___-- Cor. Wealthy Ave. & Ionia St --- --- Lake Ave--------- Canal, foot of Quimby St----------- 391 Ottawa St- --- 506 S. Division ---- 44 lonia St-------- 51 Monroe St------ 222 to 232 Canal St45 Monroe-------- Ottawa--------- 50 Canal St------- Cor. Oak & S. Div-- 51 Monroe-------- Sweet's Hotel -- --- Pearl St----------- i51 Monroe St--...... Cor. Lyon & Kent-- 20 Canal St-----.. 48 Waterloo St_.__ 65 N. Division----- West Side--------- 19 Calder St------- 309 Jeff. Ave------ 246 Jeff. Ave------ 7 McDowell-_... 201 & 203 S. Division 6 & 8 Monroe------ 48 Ionia----------- 13 Pearl----- ---- Lake Avenue------ 88 lonia---------- 31 Canal St--.--- [3o Canal St--...3 Goodrich St------ SAttorney at Law and Justice of the Peace - Carpenter and Joiner-------------------- City Engineer--------------------------- Insurance Agent------------------------ Attorney ---------------------------- Superintendent Division St. R. W. Co.--. - - Grocer---------------------------- Furniture, Mfrs. & Dirs., Wholesale & Retail Doors, Sash & Blind, Mfrs. & Stair BuildersLawyers------------------------------- Attorneys ----------------------------- Groceries and Provisions, Notary Public and Real Estate-------------------------- Palace Music Store, Estey Organs & Chickering Pianos-------------------------- Hotel Keeper-----------....------------ Meat Market----------- --------------- Campbell House---------------------- Cigar & Tobacco Store..---------------- Deputy Sheriff Kent County-------------- Homceopathist, Physician and Surgeon----- Gun Maker---------------------------- Salesman with Spring & Avery----------- Mfrs. of Lumber, Lath and Shingle..----- (Perkins & Hess) Dlr. in Hides, Pelts & Furs Peck's Delmonico, Ladies' & Gents' Dining Rooms-_----------------------------- Wholesale and Retail Grocers------------- Mayor City Grand Rapids & Secretary Land Department of the G. R. & I. R. R.------ Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Clothing and Gents' Furnishing Goods- -------------- Dealer in Confectionery, Candies & Fruits-- Hats, Caps and Furs--------------------- Attorney at Law, Collection and Loan Agent Jeweler and Watchmaker----.------------ Saloon Keeper----------.--- ------------ Wholesale and Retail Liquors and Cigars-- Mechanic with C. C. Comistock----------- With Reed & March__ -------- Mfr. of Doors, Sash, Blinds & Mouldings, and General Jobbing & Turning done to order. Win. T. Powers & Son........ ----. Wm. T. Powers & Son -.----------------- Lumberman ---------------------------- Agent Mutual Life Insurance Co. of New York, Foreign Passage and Exchange---- Manufacturers of Piano & Organ Lumber, Staves and Headirg------------------- Groceries and P'rovisions, Wines and Liquors Attorney at Law and Solicitor in ChanceryProprietor Ionia House------------------ Surgeon, Dentist ------------------------ Mfrs. of Lumber, Sash, Doors, Blinds, etc.-- Attorney------------------------------ Compounder & Dir. in Wines & Grape Brandy Carriage Maker ------------------------ Temperance Lunch Room---------------- Brewers of Beer, Stock Ale and Porter-'-. (Stanly & Schroeder) Clothiers----------- Grand Rapids Galvanized Iron Cornice Wrks, Plumbers, Steam and Gas Fixtures- - Physician and Surgeon -----------------..Ale Brewer---.------------------------ Lawyer -------------------------------- Harness and Saddlers' Goods ----.-------- Real Estate and Insurance------------- President First National Bank----------- Real Estate Dealer- -----------.--------- Attorneys at Law ----------------------- Insurance & Real Estate Agents & Attorneys (Stanly & Schroeder) Clothiers' Merchandize Attorney and Counselor at Law- ---------- Proprietors Commercial Hotel Insurance and Real Estate Agents-..------ Saloon Keeper------------------------- Dealer in Spring Bed Bottoms------------ Butcher ------------------------------- (Spring & Avery) Dry Goods and Carpets(Foster, Stevens & Co.) Hardware--------- Proprietor Washington House ------------ Meat Market --------------------------- Flour and Feed Store ------------------ Tinsmith ------------------------------ Groceries, Flour & Feed, Wholesale & Retail Dry Goods and Carpeting--------------- Restaurant and Saloon------------------ (Luther and Sumner)--------------------- Carpenter and Joiner------------------ Insurance and Real Estate Agent--------. Proprietor Sherman House--------------- Attorney at Law--.. -------.------------- Marble Dealer--...-------------------- Proprietor Lake House_---------------- Saloon Keeper ----------------------- Fire Insurance------- ----------------. Attorney at Law------------------------ Attorneys at Law------------------------ Conveyancer, Notary Public & Land Dealer(Taylor & Eddy)-----------------.------ Grocer --------------------------------- G.R.&L R. R.----------------------- Livingston Co., N.Y. Monroe Co., N. Y.New York-------- Monroe Co., N. Y.-- Prussia----------- New York...------ N ew York.-------- New York--------- New York-------- Michigan --------- New York-... New York -------- New Hampshire--- New York----- --. Zealand ----- Holland--------- Niagara Co., N.Y.Canada...... New York -------- Jefferson Co., N. Y... Vermont ---------- America---------- New York--------- Ohio------------- Michigan - - Michigan - Germany ---------- Toronto, Canada -- Scotland --------- Grand Rapids ----- St.LawrenceCo.N.Y. Oneida Co., N.Y--_ New York----- Seneca Co., N. Y.-- Ohio------------- Franklin Co., N. Y.Michigan --------- New York.--------- Kent Co., Mich. - - - - Ontario Co., N. Y. - - Harrisburgh, Va.- - - Germany ---------- New York....-- -.Chicago, 111.----- New York -------- Michigan ------- Germany.-----.--- Harrisburgh, Vt..--- Lenawee Co., Mich. Germany--------- New York-.... Chemung Co., N. Y. Michigan.......... New York........ Holland Adrian, Mich.-...... Niagara Co., N. Y,Scotland Holland--------- Vermont New York-........ Somerset Co., Maine Ohio ------------- Fall River, Mass--- Pennsylvania ------ Ohio ------------- New York--------- Ireland---------- New York--------- Ireland---------- New Jersey -------- Canada---------- Michigan ---------- New York -------- Holland---------- Monroe Co., N. Y.Barry Co., Mich---....Monroe Co., N. Y._ Herkimer Co., N. Y. Rochester, N. Y-__ Grand Rapids----- New York-------- 1859 1870 i867 1875 1872 1866 1864 1852 1871 1870 1844 i868 1855 1875 i868 1849 1871 1857 1844 1837 1840 1853 1864 1873 1850 1869 1874 1868 1865 i868 1856 1854 1859 i866 1873 1836 1856 1853 1870 i86i 1875 1852 1872 1837 1847 *1873 1858 1865 1837 1854 1846 1837 1846 1846 1874 1840 1875 1875 1845 1854 1871 1870 1871 86o 1852 1874 1874 1856 1855 1863 1858 1865 1857 1855 1848 1868 1859 1869 1861 1870 Walker, Jesse-------- Morton House----- Tonsorial Artist------------.---- Madison Co., 0... Wait & Green----. 66 Pearl- --------- Real Estate Dealers--------------------- Whitaker, F. E------410 Jeff. Ave------ Ohio------------ Woolever, F. N ------ 22 Monroe------- Restaurant ---- ------------------------ New York...... Wise, M. L---------- Oyster and Game House----------------- England---------- Whitefleet, C-------- 139 Bridge St., W__ Grocer----- ---------------------------. Holland--.-----. Warner, Richard.---- 57 Broadway------ Agent for Freeman, Hawkins & Co.-------- Alpine, Mich.._..__ Withey, A. B--------- 229 S. Division.---- Meat Market---------------------------- Michigan Wolcott, L. W ------- Attorney at Law and C. C. Commissioner_- Wyoming Co, N. Y. Weirich, Henry.------ 104 Monroe------- Saloon Keeper-------------------------- Germany---------- White, Geo. H ------- Attorney at Law------------------------ Saratoga Springs__ Woodruff, Dr. E----- 44-Canal-----.---- Botanic Physician----------------------- Farmington, Ct... Withey, L. H. & Co-- 771 to 805 Canal St. Lumber Manufacturers------------------- Watson, I. M.-------- 521 Scribner St----.... Carpenter and Joiner---- ---.------- ---- New York--------- Wilson, Wm. L------ 63 Waterloo------- Blacksmith ----------------------------- Canada----------- Wadzak, L---------- 61. Waterloo------- Tailor --------------------------------- Bohemia ----.---- Wilcox, J. M-------.. Bookkeeper B. & G. T. Co.--------------- Mexico ----------- Walraff, Louis------- 32 Bridge St., E____ Cigar Manufacturer---------------------- Germany---------- Wright, Daniel------ 22 Monroe St------ Restaurant ----------------------------- New York-------- Wartrous, H. S--- --- Plainfield Ave----- Lumberman -------.-------------------- -New York--------. Weirich, Peter_-.--__ - 296 Bridge St------ Ale and Lager Beer Brewer-----------. Germany---------- Williams, S. Quincy- Cor. Monroe & Ionia Sts -------------Ale and Porter House-------------------- Madison Co., N. Y._ Voigt, Herpolsheimer & Co------------- Van Tongeren, H--....Van Diem & RithemaWheeler, John-_.... Wilson, E. H.... So & 82 Monroe- -- 431 Jeff. Ave.------ 92 Center St------- 0oi Third St.----- Cor. Almond & Williams ------ ---- Dry Goods & Carpenting,Wholesale &.Retail Wagon Maker - _------------------ Groceries, Crockery and Glassware---_-.-. (Dishman & Wheeler) "Excelsior" Mfrs - - GRAND RAPIDS TOWNSHIP. Holland ---------- Holland------- New York-------- Virginia -------- 1870 1873 1866 1875 i861 1864 1872 1870 1854 1848 i875 1854 1869 1857 1855 i86o 1844 1873 i868 1871 1868 1875 1'846 1853 - ' SetNAME. POST OFFICE. g BUSINESS. NATIVITY. tied "D -____________ _______in Co. Bacan S. S. ----------- Grand Rapids --- 17 Farmer--- ---- ------------------Wayne Co., N. Y.... 1855 Beckwith, Peter-------- - --" 22 Farmer--------------------------- Otsego Co., N.Y. - 1845 Boynton, Levi S.------- " __- 29 Farmer--------------------------- Jackson Co., Mich..-.- 1848 Bradford, Moses ------- " - 29 Farmer--------------------------- Canterbury, Conn. -- 1852 Chapin, G. A, ---------- 9 Farmer and Dairyman - --- Wayne Co., N.Y.------ 1866 Dickinson, G. W. " ------- 22 Farmer and Stock Dealer_-- ---- Hampshire Co., Mass.__ 1835 Ewing, James -------. " _-- 22 Farmer----------------------- --- Ontario Co., N.Y. ----- 1839 Fisk, J. W------------- - 28 Farmer and Hotel Keeper---------- Monroe--------------- 1836 Hand, C. M. ------------ _- 29 Farmer and Carpenter ------------- Ohio ----------------- 1852 Havens, H.-----..--- --- 16 Farmer--------------------------- New York ------------- 1870 Hoag, E. A.------------ " 2 Farmer--------------------------- New York ------------ 1868 Houghtaling, W. 0.. " -- - 16 Farmer and Fruit Grower --------- Wayne Co., N. Y.V_---. 1825 Jipson, A.------------- -- " --- 15 Farmer--------------------------- Madison Co., N.Y.----- 1837 Lamberton, Mrs. Mary-. " 5 Farmer--------------------------- Columbia Co., N. Y..... 1851 Laraway, Wm.------------ " 28 Dealer in Monuments, Grave Stones and Furniture Marble, Lake Ave. - Wayne Co., Mich.------ 1837 Lyon, Sanford W.------ ". 28 Gardener ------------------------. Ontario Co., N. Y. _-. i861 McCormick, H. F ------ " -- 23 Farmer--------------------------- New York ------------ 1857 Neal, Dan. B. --------- " 16 Farmer and Stock Raiser---------- LenaweeCo,, Mich... 1857 Peck, H. N.----------- - " 16 Farmer--------------------------- Dutchess Co., N. Y... 1856 Pratt, Luther C. " --- 6 Farmer and Gardener------------- Vermont----- --------1852 Randall, Horatio ---- " -- 33 Collector for Gas Co.. -------------- Herkimer Co., N. Y..... Rathbun, G. B. ---------- " 28 Farmer-------------------------- Cayuga Co., N. Y. ------ 1839 Reed, Thos. E. ---- " ---33 Farmer and Dairyman ------------ Kent Co., Mich. ------ 1857 Sharp, Arthur---------- " --- 29 Gardener and Florist, Green House & Budding Plants ----------------- London, Eng. ------- 1856 Smith, Mrs. Jane M....._ " 7 Farming and Gardening---_----- - Ontario Co., N. Y. 1854 Tubbs, M. S. ------------ " 22 Farming and Gardening---------- Chenanr.go Co., N. Y...... 1837 Tucker, Foster--------- - " 17 Farming and Gardening------------ Otsego Co., N. Y. ------ 1849 Young, Geo.-------- " 33 Farmer- -------------------------- Grand Rapids, Mich.... 1839 WALKER TOWNSHIP. Arndt, Peter--------- Arndt, J. W----------- Armstrong, 0. A.------ Blood, J. M---------- Burd, Joseph.--------- Bullen, Hannah L-.. Best, J---------------- Brogger & Bocksch - - -- Champion, Chas. D-.. Cool, Nathan --------- Capels, Michael-------- Covell, P. FEdison, J. R---------- Eldred, A. J----------- Ellis, H.D------------ Edison, Geo. M-------- Flynn, James ---.----- Ferrand, Chas. F ------ - Graham, Edward------- Hardy, Jesse------.. Hilton, D. W--------- Handlin, Wm --------- Hogadone, H. C------- Hogadone, J. B------ Huntly, J. W. A------- Hudson, J. B--- Johnson, P. W.-------- Jones, Amos B...... Jones, Sarah----------- Kipp, Jesse------------ Kusterer, C.----------- Laidlaw, Thos. -------- Maynard, T. R.---... Maynard, S. D..-------- Miner, Edward ---- Grand Rapids it Berlin......... Grand Rapids - - Berlin--------- Grand Rapids - - - t( Mill Creek. Grand Rapids - - - it it 26 Fruit Raiser..--------------------- 26 Valuable Lots for Sale onW. Bridge St 15 Farmer and Jobber --------------- 4 Farmer------- ------------- 20 Farmer-------------------------- 3 Farming ------------------------- 16 Stock and Produce Farmer -------- 23 Mnfrs. Toilet and all kinds of Soap5 Farmer-------------------------- 8 Farmer- -- 20 Farmer - ------------- Farmer_- ------------------ 21 Stock and Produce Farmer -------- s15 Presiding Elder M. E. Church--_. -- 17 Farmer------------------------- 21 Farmer --------------------- 34 Engineer Plaster Mills ---------.-- 35 Engineer------------------------ 27 Fluit Growing & Market Gardening4 Farming........................ 6 Farming----------------------- 23 Saloonist, Walker av------------ 19 Stock and Produce Farmer -------- 28 Farming..---------------.------. Ii Farming-----.....--- ------------ ti Milk Dealer--.------------- 3 Farmer and Fruit Grower -------- 18 Farmer and Fruit Grower.... 18 21 Farming.- ------- 20 Stock and Produce Farmer-- 20 Farmer-...--------..-------.-----. 28 Farmer ------------...................... 28 Farmer and Dairyman ---------- 4 Farmer and Carpenter ------------ Montgomery Co., N. Y.Montgomery Co., N. Y.. Franklin Co., N. Y. -. Kent Co., Mich-..----.. Oneida Co., N. Y.------ Erie Co., Penn.---.... Huron Co., Ohio.------ Herkimer Co., N. Y. -- Oneida Co., N. Y.----- Tipperary Co., IrelandCaledonia Co., Vt. - - -- Upper Canada-.. Catskill, N. Y.------.. Jefferson Co., N. Y.-- Canada -_---__---- Northampton, Mass...---- Erie Co., N. Y.... Upper Canada----.. Kent Co., Mich.------ Monroe Co., N. Y...---- Oakland Co., Mich.----- Canada ------ ---- --- Canada ------- -- Franklin Co., N. Y..---- Otsego Co., N. Y..----- Monroe Co., N. Y. ----- Wyoming Co., N. Y. - - - Canada --------------- Dutchess Co., N.Y.. Germany-...... Monroe Co., N. Y.. ----- Otsego Co., N. Y.------ Franklin Co., Ohio---- Steuben Co., N.Y.-- --. 1870 1853 1862 1836 1858 1869 1854 1874 1837 1842 1853 1874 1842 1851 1857 1865 1848 1872 1839 1840 1856 1867 1856 i866 i866 1864 1853 1865 1856 1873 1848

Page  87 PATRONS' DIRECTORY OF KENT COUNTY CONTINUED. 87 WALKER TOWNSHIP-Concluded. SPARTA TOWNSHIP-Concluded. NAME. POST-OFFICE. or) w s> BUSINESS. Millard, John --------- Millard, Jane.... Neal, James R,-------- Osbun, J.A.---. ------- Phillips, E. C.--------- Rafferty, George ---.... Stone, H. G.----------- Shears, Chas. R.-.---- Smith, Mrs. D. W. - - - - - Schermerhorn, I. N.--.Schermerhorn, C. P.---- Tubbs, Mattie A. - - Walsh, Hugh---------- White, J. M.---- Wilson, A. A.-------- Wright, N.C...._. Waite, J. D...---. Waite, Mattie --------- Grand Rapids.... Berlin ----------- Grand Rapids - - - - Granville ----.--- Grand Rapids....-. 4 4 I 1'7 23 8 26 23 9 21 22 7 32 10 to 18 15 Is 19 19 Farmer and Carpenter------------- Farmer-------.------------------- Farmer and Carpenter----------- Fruit Growing------- Stock and Produce Farmer -------- Real Estate, W. Bridge Street--- Proprietor St. Charles House------- Farming------------------------ Stock and Produce Farmer--------- Stock and Produce Farmer -------- Farmer-------------------------- Farmer -------------------------- Farmer and Supervisor ---------- Stock and Produce Farmer--------- Farmer and Carpenter ------------- SetNATIVITY. tied in Co. Oxford Co., Canada ---- 1854 Oxford Co, Canada ---- 1854 Monroe Co., N. Y. - 1--- 841 Wayne Co., Ohio --.- 1868 Niagara Co., N. Y.-. 1855 Ireland --------------- 1844 Oneida Co., N. Y.------ 1840 Lockport, N. Y. --------- 1875 Albany Co, N.Y. ----- 1837 Canada--------------- 1856 Canada --------------- 1846 Van Buren Co,, Mich. -- 1857 Ireland -- ----1842 Monroe Co., N. V. - - - - 1836 Hillsboro Co., N. H. - - 1870 Wayne Co., N. Y.---- 1837 Kent Co., Mich. Albany Co., N. Y....11 WYOMING TOWNSHIP. Abel, Carlos A. ------ Allbright, John -------- Bogardus, Jacob ------- Brown, Chas. H.... Britton, D. C.--------- Blake, Joseph - Brainerd, Harry H. Brudi, Jacob----------- Brown, Sam'I A.... Brown, Bester --------- Cooper, John W.------- Coats, Marvin --------- Dunham, A. J.--------- Dewey, Egbert---------.Donihoo, D. W. ------- Davis, Ebenezer -.----- Davis, Reuben E. ------ Davis, Peter ----------- Dennis, James --------- Delany, Ker.--------- Emmons, John T.- -.. Emmons, Win. K.------ Emmons, Andrew --- - Feakins, Edward-__-.Ferrand, Louis G.------ Gordon, Jacob--------- Galloway, Wm. H. ----- Hooper, Clement------- Hooper, Henry.- -- Hammond, Alfred------ Heth, Edward W.------ Jenness, Thomas J.------ Jewel, Harmon------- Jones, Cyrus ---------- Kiefer, Andrew J.------ Mason, Salisbury--- -..-- Norton, Anson N.------ Noel, John------------ Osterhouse, Geo. N. ---- Porter, J. F.-------- "Powell, Oscar F.------ Roys. James ----....-- Rankin, Dwight. ------- Roys, Frank ---------- Retau, John R.------ Stoneburner, John------ Sullivan, Simon -------- Shoemaker, Nicholas - - - Smith, Margret -------- Warner, D. S. - Wilson, Charles -------- Wilder, Horace-------- Weston, H. 0.........--------- W6olf, Alonzo -------.........-- White, Albert C.... Williams, Chas..------- Amidon, Caleb --------- Bloss, Volney -.----......... Bradford, E.---------- Brace, G. W. -- - Bradford, Perry........ Brooman, Peter _.. Biddleman, S. T. F.---- Burnap, Tracy-------- Balcom, John M....... Blackall, Benj....., Buck, Cary........... Billings, Calvin.-...... Ballard, Lyman S.-..... Brown, Clark_.....__.. Cogshall, Wm. H....... Cogshall, Henry....... Churchill, Hartwell 2--- Coster, Richard L. ---- Cawkin, Volney W.-. Corey, Thomas H...... Crowley, David. Cornwell, T. G.---.. Fisher's Station-- 36 Farmer-------------------------- Essex Co., N.Y. ------ 1834 Grandville-----.- 31 Farmer-------------------------- Holland-----.-... 1847 " ----- 18 Farmer-------------------------- Onondaga Co., N. Y.... 1856 " _ - 32 Farmer- - -....--------- Cuyahoga Co., Ohio ---- 1853 ------- Blacksmith ---------------------- Genesee Co., N. Y._ ---- 1834 " ------- Retired Merchant ---------------- Rockingham Co., N. H. 1846 "".--- 33 Farmer-------------------------- Cuyahoga Co., Ohio --- 1853 Fisher's Station-_ 36 Farmer-------------------------- Germany -------------- 186o Grand Rapids---....- i Lumber Manufacturer------------- Antrim Co., Ireland-__ 1872 "i _ -_- i Pleasure Resort at Reed's Lake----- Hartford Co., Conn.---- 1847 Grandville------- Physician---- --------------..- Oneida Co., N. Y.--.--- 1873 "" ------- 6 Farmer-------------------------- Cuyahoga Co., Ohio --.. 1852 ". Proprietor Livery Stable----------- Genesee Co., N. Y.... 1859 "----- 21 Lumber Manufacturer------------ Berkshire Co., Mass.--. 1848 "------- Partner in Wyoming Flouring Mills- Rockbridge Co., Va..... 1873 " 9 Farmer-------------------------- Cumberland Co., Maine- 1836 " - 9 Farmer-------------------------- Niagara Co., N. Y...... 1836 Grand Rapids-.... 3 Farmer-------------------------- Ireland --------------- 1864 Fisher's Station -- 24 Farmer-------_---------------- Niagara Co., Canada -- 1853 " * -- 35 Farmer------- Ireland-.----------- 1856 North Byron---- 34 Farmer-----------.--------------. Seneca Co., N. Y.------ 1843 " ----- 34 Farmer-------------------------- Seneca Co., N.Y. ----- 1851 "4 - -..-- 33 Farmer------------------------- -Kent Co, Michigan. 1847 Grand Rapids.- -_ Farmer-------------------------- England ------------ 1835 ""---- 15 Farmer------------------------- Erie Co., N. Y. -------. 1870 Grandville-------- At Woolen Mill ------------------ Upper Canada--------- 1868 " --- Farmer and Justice of the Peace--.-..- Washington Co., N. Y. - 1864 " ----- Farmer-------------------------- Essex Co., N.J....------ 185o " ------ 30 Farmer----------------------- ---Fngland.---- 1853 " ------- 31 Farmer-------------------------- Grand Rapids, Michigan. Grand Rapids.... i Farmer-------------------------- Washington Co., N. Y._ 1867 Grandville-------- Hotel Keeper--------------------St. Lawrence Co., N.Y.- 1866 " ------ 33 Farmer-------------------------- Saratoga Co.. N. V.... 1840 Grand Rapids'._. 13 Farmer -------------------------Clinton Co., N. Y.--. 1834 Grandville..--.- Meat Market--------------------- Northampton Co., Penn. 1856 Grand Rapids--....-- 2 Farmer-------------------------- Madison Co., N. Y.....-.- 1843 Grandville... ------- 4 Farmer-------------------------- Cayuga Co., N Y.------ 1855 " - ------- 20 Farmer-------------------------- Adams Co., Penn.------ 1856 " ------- 18 Farmer-------------------------- Holland -------------- 1855 Grand Rapids.--- 10O Farmer-------------------------- Montcalm Co., Mich.... 1855 Grandville------- -Merchant------------------------ Kent Co., Mich. ------ 1847 " ------ 4 Farmer--------------------------Kent Co., Mich.--------- 1843 " ----- i Farmer------------------------- Courtland Co., N. Y.. 1836 " ----- 9 Farmer-------------------------- Kent Co., Mich. ------- 1852 North Byron-- 33 Farmer.--- ------------New Jersey------- ---- 1843 Grandville...- - 16 Farmer-- ------------.------- Kent Co., Mich.--------- 1848 " _-- Boot and Shoe Manufacturer-------Oneida Co., N. Y.------ 1868 "i ------ Merchant---------------.------- Herkimer Co., N. Y..... 1839 Fisher's Station - -__ 23 Farming ----------------------- Queens Co., Ireland -... 1866 Grandville-------- Woolen Mill--------------------- Chenango Co., N. Y.. 1870 " ------- Farmer.....---.-----..-------------- Steuben Co., N.Y. -- 1872 " ------- Machinist ----------------------- Onondago Co.,'N. Y.. 1838 " ------- Retired Physician and Proprietor Wyoming Flouring Mills --------- Onondaga Co., N.Y...--- 1853 " ----- 3o Farmer -------------------------- Cuyahoga Co., Ohio---....- 1854 Grand Rapids--....-- 34 Farmer------------------------- Hampshire Co., Mass. -- I1855 " _ i Shoemaker ---------------------- New York------------- 1846 SPARTA TOWNSHIP. Denis Dress Darlii Dutto Darlii Dowr Eddy Engli Evere Ellis, Field, Gillar Grunt Gillai GronI Hugh Hitch Hinm Hinm Hinir Hanf( [ohns Johns Johns Koon Kenn Kinsr Meek Maxva Meye Mago Marti Myers McCc Norto Nash, Orser Paine Patte( Purdy Richa Reyn Roby, Saxto Soule. Spaul Stebb Stebb Stebb Smith Smith Smith Shang Saur, Schm Stuar Swan, Taylo Taylo Unde Vond, Wh:ts Wood Wylie ----SetNAME. POST-OFFICE. BUSINESS. NATIVITY, tied ~ _in Co. ion, Wm. H.-. Sparta Center-.._ Livery and Boarding Stable-------- Kent Co., Mich.---- 1850 er, Wm. --------- --- 15 Farmer----------------------- -Cayuga Co., N. Y. -----..... 1848 ng, George-----.,-- Englishville. 36 Farmer-- ---- ------------------- Niagara Co., N.Y. ---- - 1 86 )n, Edwin----. ---- " --.. 36 Mnfr, of Lumber, Lath and Shingle. Chautauqua Co., N. Y.. 1851 ng, Elias--------- Lisbon-------- - 18 Farmer-------------------------- Ulster Co., N. Y. ------ 1867 ding, A. H. ----- 28 Farmer-------------------------. Sussex Co., Delaware.- 1859 Chas. C. ------- ---------- Merchant.------------------------ Madison Co., N.Y.----- 1848 sh, Rich'd S.------ Englishville ----- 36 Farmer and Lumber Dealer-------- England-..------------- 1844 ýtt Bros.--------- Sparta Center-....- Dealer in Drugs, Stationery, Etc....--- Jefferon Co., N. Y... 1857 Alfred.----- " 3 Farmer-------------------------. Morgan Co., Ohio-.. 1864, Chas S, --- Englishville---26 Farmer---------------------- Tompkins Co., N.Y.... 1850 n, Alfred B. ----- Sparta Center--....-- 27 Farmer-------------------------- Kent Co., Mich.-------- 1852 well, Wm.-- ---- t --- 3 Farmer-------------------------- England-------------- 1869 n, Benj.---------- " ---22 Farmer---- -------------Genesee Co., N. Y.--- 1849 berry, C. A.-. Lisbon --------- Blacksmith and Wagon Maker-.....-- Sweden--------------- 1865.es, Monroe---- Sparta Center.... Farmer -......---- Monroe Co., N. Y. --- 1865 icock, H. P.------ " -----. Wagon Maker------------------ -Steuben Co., N. YV _- 1866 ian, Alfred S. ---------- 4 Farmer-------------------------- Madison Co., N. Y. 1852 ian, Z.M._ ".9 Farmer--------------------------Madison Co., N. Y.. 1846 ian, C.C.------- Lisbon---------- 33 Farmer------------------------.-- Madison Co., N.Y. 1852 ord, Jas. S. ------ Englishville -- 33 Farmer-------------------------- Seneca Co., Ohio------- 1864 on, Chas. A.------ Sparta Center----.... 4 Farmer-------------------------- Sweden-------------- -1869;on, Win. C.- " c 4 Farmer and Mechanic------------- Ireland -------...... 1867;on, John- -- Lisbon---------- 17 Farmer and Carpenter------------- Sweden--------------- 1863, C. E. & S. J, --------- Physicians and Dentists----------- Schuyler Co., N. Y. -- 1856 edy, A. - - Sparta Center---.... Shoemaker----------------------- Scotland------------- 1866 nan, W. E.-------- ---. Photographic Artist--------------- Genesee Co., N. YV.--- 1870 er, Allen --------- Lisbon--------- - Farmer-------------------------- Steuben Co., N. Y.V. 1848 Vell, H. T.-------- Ball Creek ----- 4 Farmer-------------------------- Orleans Co. N. Y...... 186o rs, A. P.---------- Sparta Center-... 24 Farmer..------- --------.----- Clinton Co., Mich. - - 1847 on, A. C.---------- ---- I Farmer---------------- ----- Medina Co., Ohio------ 1846 ndale, Chas. J.-.. --.-. ii Farmer-------------------------- Franklin Co., Mass... 1848 s, Hiram ------- --- 24 Farmer and Lumber Merchant----- Canada 1------ ------ 845 )nnell, Geo. W...- - "-___ 23 Farmer-- ---------------------- --Trumbull Co, Ohio---- 1846 in, E. W.-------- ---- 3 Farmer and Baptist Minister------- Genesee Co., N. Y..---.-- 1852 Jonathan E.._ -"._. Farmer and Township Supervisor--.- Franklin Co., Mass.--. 1846 H, F.------------ --- 25 Farmer and Carpenter and Joiner--- Canada--------------- 1850, L.A ----------- Englishville.. ----- 34 Farmer-------- --- -------.-- HIuron Co., Ohio- --- -1863 e, Gustavus ---. Sparta Center.... 21 Farmer and Mechanic------------- Monroe Co., N. Y.... 1864 SHarris D. ------ Lisbon---------- 32 Farmer--....-------------- Huron Co., Oio.------- 1871 irds, F. G.--------Sparta Center---.. General Hardware----------------Ashland Co,, Ohio------ 1866 olds, Levi -------- ---- 14 Farmer-------------------------- Saratoga Co., N. Y.... -- 1852, E. A...--.------- ---- 23 Nurseryman --.---------- Middlesex Co., Mass....--- 1868 n, Bliss---------- --_ 23 Farmer and Physician------------ -Lewis Co., N. Y.------ 1847 s, B. W...--------- " Merchant--------------- -------- Orange Co;, N Y. 1852 ding, K. C. __"..--.. " 22 Farmer and Lumber Merchant----- Ashtabula Co., Ohio......1873 ins, Andrew J..... i I Farmer and Lumber Mnfr.-------.. Madison Co., N. Y. -- 1847 ins, Wm. G. 1 ---- i Farmer and Prop'r of Saw Mill--....-- Chenango Co., N. Y...... 1847 ins, Chas. D.-- ---- 4.26 Farmer----- ------------------ Madison Co., N. Y.--. 1847 1, Jacob A.-------- ---- 35 Farmer------------------------- Cayuga Co., N. Y. --- 1856 i, Coridon--------- --- 15 Farmer-------------------------- Tompkins Co., N. Y.--- 1872 i, Israel ----------- --- 14 Farmer-------------------------.. Canada --------------- 1850 Ile, J. L. --------- --- 15 Farmer------------------ -------- Tompkins Co., N. Y....--- 1847 Andrew.----.. " 8 Farmer-------------------------- Sweden ----- --- 1852 idt, W. J. -----Englishville ----- 34 Farmer.....---------------------- Denmark -------............. 1854 t, Miss Nettie----- Lisbon----------- Principal Lisbon School.....------- Hillsdale Co., Mich.--_ 1855, John A.--------- t ---------- Harness Maker and Trimmer --- - Sweden -------------- 1868 r, J. B.----------- Sparta Center.... Town Clerk and Bookkeeper------- Cayuga Co., N. Y... 1867 )r, Wm. H.........- " Farmer-------------------------- Cayuga Co., N. Y.V. 1854 rhill, Alfred------.. 21 Farmer and Carpenter ------------New Brunswick..-------- 185o, W.C.----------- 9 Farmer-------------------------- Vermont.. 185o sell, Andrewx----. - Blacksmith and Carriage Builder--.... Canada -------------- 1866 [man, N. H. ------ ---- 15 Farmer and Stock Raiser---------- Belknap Co., N. H. 1846 SWin. M.... " _ 24 Farmer...----------------------. Madison Co., N. YV.-%7 1846 BYRON TOWNSHIP. Sparta Center ---- 9 Farmer -------------------------- Rensalaer Co., N. Y. -- "i ---- 15 Farmer------------------------- -Orleans Co., N. Y.." - - -.- Dealer in Dry Goods, Grain, Wool & Produce, and Express & R.R. Agt. Wayne Co., Mich..------ " --3 Farmer and Carpenter------------- Orleans Co., N. Y..----- " cii Farmer------------------------ Wayne Co., Mich -..-- "9 - 5 Farmer and Mechanic------------ Sweden--- --------...." "27 Farmer------- ---------------Herkimer Co., N.Y.--. " " 14 Farmer__.------.----------------- Steuben Co., N. Y......---. "" - Farmer and Hotel Keeper--------- Orleans Co., N. Y.-..--- Lisbon---------- 29 Farmer-------------------------- Utica, N. Y........ ------ " ----------32 Farmer-------------------------- Kent Co., Mich.. ------- " ---------- 8 Farmer-------------------------- Genesee Co., N. Y. - --...... Englishville 35 Farmer and Merchant..------. Montgomery Co., N. Y." -i. 33 Farmer-_ ------------------------ New London, Conn..- -. Sparta Center.... ii Farmer-----_ ---------------------Lapeer Co., Mich..------ "" II Minister-------------------- ---- Lapeer Co., Mich..-- --- " School Teacher.-----------------. Maine---------------- " --- 17 Farmer--------- -------------- New York --------............ "io Farmet and Sawyer --------------- Livingston Co., N. Y._ " ---- 27 Farmer---.----------------------- Saratoga Co., N. Y. 28 Farmer -------------------------- Kent Co., Mich..----- "---- Mnfr. of Wagons and Buggies--.....--- Brown Co., N. Y. -----.. 1847 1855 1852 1865 1852,1856 1853 1868 1845 1846 1850 1856 1850 1845 1845 1845 1873 1853 1844 1852 1856 1872 Adams, M. W......... Boynton, Frank.... Boynton, Mrs. HarrietColeman, Josiah S. ----- Crocker, Sanford.------- Crocker, N. L.........----- Crocker, A. H.........------- Corey, Joseph W. -----..... Cross, S. A.----------- Cook, G. W.-- ----- Foote, Albert A.------- Godfrey, G. W. -------- Higby, Hannah --..---- Hanes, A. C. ---------- Hanes, John......---- Holmes, Geo. -------- Hickox, L. L. ------- Hathaway, H. M.------ Ide, Luella M.-.. Irwin, Jonathan -------- Johnson, C. L ---------.......... Lilly, Jesse --- Lilly, Grove A. -------- Loomis, Mrs. B. L......--. - LongJ.R.&Winnifred K. McKenney, Elijah ------ Olds, John ------ Pysher, Fred..........------ Quackenboss, Wm. T. -- Rice, Mrs. L. B.I.------ Secth, C.------------- Secth, August --------- Stevens, Ransom F. - Stevens, Fineta M. - "Tobey, Samuel -....------ Towner, S. S.......... --------- Utter, John B........ Wilson, Alice---------- Winters, Freeman ---. Wright, P. B..........--------- Weaver, Bradley C - -..--- Byron Center ---- North Byron- - - - Byron Center--.... North Byron. ---- Byron Center-...North Byron-. Byron Center--.... North Byron... Byron Center...... Corith..yron..... hByron Center.. - Corinth ------ Byron Center --- Fisher's Station-- Byron Center --_. Fisher's Station -- Ross ----------- Byron Center __. Byron Center - - - - ýFisher's Station Byron.Center (i North Byron.--- Byron Center---- Fisher's Station - - Corinth --------- Ross--------- 29 Carpenter and Joiner------------- 5 Farmer.....---------------................... 9Farmer--------- -------------- 9 Mason................... -------- ----------------- 14 Farmer-------------------------- 1, Farm er-.... - - - - - - 14 Farmer-------------------------- 4Farmer------------- 9 Farmer-------------------------- 12 Farmeril-------------- ---- 84 Farmer.................. 2 Farmer --------------------.........................--- 2 Proprietor Hotel-------- --------- 10 Farmer------------------------- 23- Farmer------------------------- 22 Farmer and Stock Raiser ----------.......... 20 Teacher---------- -------. ------ 9 Tanner of Buffalo Skins and Furs-- 25 Carriage Maker -------------- to Farmer ----------------........................15 Farmer -------- - _------------ 14 Farmer -------------------------- 2 Farmers -----------.....................--- 20 Farmer --.........................------------------ Merchant and Town Clerk.. -------- 2 Farmer----.......-------------------- 35 Farmer------------------------- 23 Farmer-------------------------- i Farmer ------------------------- I Farmer ----........................------------- 9 Farmer-------------------------- 9 Farmer -------------------------- 9 Farmer and Supervisor Byron Tp. -_ 21 Farmer and Saw Mill ------------- 6 Farmer and Stock Raiser--------- 28 Teacher------------------------ 12 Farmer---------------...----------- 25 Physician ---------- ------------- 35 Farmer-.---------------------- Warren Co., Va. Kent Co., Mich.... Wyoming Co., N.Y....-. Franklin Co., Mass. --- Loraine Co., Ohio. ----- Cuyahoga Co., Ohio --.. - - Cuyahoga Co., Ohio --- Kent Co., Mich. - - Erie Co., N. Y..----- Seneca Co., N. Y.---- Cuyahoga Co., Ohio --- Erie Co., N. Y. ------- Trumbull Co., Ohio --- Pennsylvania ----------.......... Williams Co., Ohio.. Hartford, Conn..-.- -. Cuyahoga Co., Ohio. Medina Co., Ohio.. K ent Co., M ich.... Orange Co., N. V.. -. St. Lawrence Co., N.Y.. Kent Co., M ich..... Allegan Co., Mich.... Cuyahoga Co., Ohio -___ Ireland --------------- Niagara Co., N. Y.---- Michigan -------............. Tompkins Co., N. Y. -.. Canada West--.......----- Franklin Co., Mass. ---- Prussia ---------------- Canada ---------......... Berkshire Co., Mass.-- New York ------- Franklin Co., Mass. Cuyahoga Co., Ohio-.-. Medina Co., Ohio -----. Kent Co., Mich. ------- Columbia Co., N.Y.-..--- Milwaukee, Wis. -------. Stafford, Conn --....---..... 1864 1836 1871 1855 1854 1855 1861 1869 1853 1847 1853 1855 1855 1853 1860 1865 1835 1845 1863 i855 1846 1847 1849 1854 1864 1864 1870 1870 1869 1852 1843 1856 1868 1846

Page  88 88 PATRONS' DIRECTORY OF KENT COUNTY CONTINUED. ALGOMA TOWNSHIP. PARIS TOWNSHIP- Concl SetNAME. POST.OFFICE. BUSINESS. NATIVITY, tied NAME. POST-OFFICE. BUSINESS. c_ in Co. 'uded. SetNATIVITY. led in Co. I Allyn, Edward R.------ Althouse, D. H.-------- Bramer, H.------------ Brown, L. D...... Briggs, S. M.---------- Brown, R. A..--------- Blakeley, R. L.-------- Beatty, Wm.......... Brown, Miss S. E.... Burch, D. W. C.------- Cowdin, C. II.--------- Clark, 0. E.----------- Chapel, M. D. L.------ Cornel], James -----........Chalmers, Andrew----- Danforth, Win.----... Eldred, Nathan E.---. Fe'arron, Edward --- Fitch, Benj. H. ------. Fenn, Edwin T.-------- Grant, John----------- Groat' N..------ ---- (;ross,-Chas.----------- Gardner, Geo. C.------- Hunter, Wm.-.-------- Hoeg, J. H.-.--.- ---- Hicks, Wm. Hyde, Chas. N.-------- Hyde, C. G.----------- Helsel, Darius------- Helsel, J..... Holaday, H. B.-------- Holiday, J. A.----.---- Hall, E.D.----DDDDDD. Irons, Win. A..... Keech, Alex...... Kidder, M. C..... LaBar, C. H.------ Lapham, E. B.----- Leathers, Samuel ------ Linderman, A.--------- Munro, David.-------- Miller, H. S----------I Montgomery, James - - -- Main, P.L. Meach, M. C..... Muir, John------------ Munro, C. H.--------- Powell, Volney Pettengill, B. N.------- Plass, Wm. J.---------- Post, Henry-------.-- Perry, P.R. _ Ross, James J.--------- Reynolds, L. D.-------- Rector, E. Rice, Norman A.... Saunders, Geo. T. ------ Spore, J. M. Stanton, C. C.---------. Stevenson, A.--------- Squires, Robert-------- Shaw, Olive----------- Stinson, H. N.......... Turner, Marvin. Turner, Harwell------- Turner, W mi.......... Terry, M rs. M......... Truax, J. H. & Son -.. - Travis, J. M..--------- t Thornton, Chas. E.--.-- Willworth, Peter..... W ilkinson, G. A,........ W atkins, E. C........... W ilson, W. W......... Whitlow, J. T._.------- Van Loon, Volney------ I Van Liew, Jas. C.------ I Rockford------.Edgerton-------- Rockford.... Rockford-------- Edgerton------- Rockford------- it it Edgerton ------- Rockford------- t( Edgerton.------. Sparta Center-__ Rockford -... Edgerton-------. Rockford.------ Edgerton-------- Rockford------. 11 Cedar Springs - -- Edgerton -.. Rockford ------ li Burch's Mills...... Cedar Springs___Edgerton --.. --.... Rockford -------- dt i t it it Burch's Mvills.... Rockford -------- 2 2 2 I 21 ~ 2 I 3 3 2 2 3 2. 2 2: 2: IL 2( I; 3Y I I Ic 4 4 4 8 7 0 2 1 2 5 3 5 ) ) ) [ 5 1, Farmer------------------------- Proprietor Algoma Mill --------- Mfr. Soaps & Candles & Pro. Ohio H'se Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots & Shoes Farmer and Stock Raiser---------- Prop. Flouring Mills and Dealer in Flour and Feed ---------------................Physician..--------..------------ Prop. Saloon and Billiard Room - - - - Millinery and Dry Goods---------- Physician and Surgeon ----------- Editor Rockford Register -------- Foreman in Grain Warehouse ------ Prop. Foundry and Machine Shops.Blacksmith and Farmer ----------- Farmer --.----------------------- Prop. Restaurant aiad Billiard HallDruggist Clerk_---------------- Farmer and Saw Mill------------- Farmer ------------------------- Farmer and Mason -------------- Farmer ------...... 12 23 20 Ashtabula Co., Ohio-...--- Canada-------------- Germany ---------- Allegany Co., N. Y.-.. Yates Co., N. Y.------ Oneida Co., N. Y.----- Erie Co., N. Y.-.. Brooklyn, N.Y.-------- Deerfield, Mass.------- Tioga Co., N. Y.------- Washtenaw Co., Mich.-- Erie Co., N. Y.-... Canada--------------- Onondaga Co., N. Y.V-- Scotland Erie Co., Penn.-------. Kent Co., Mich.------- Erie Co., N. Y.-------- Kent County ---------- UticaN. Y.---------- Canada-------------- 34 26 27 28 36 23 35 Farmer and Physician------------- Oneida Co., N. YV..-._Farmer-- -.---------------_..-.--- Portage Co., Ohio------ Farmer and Stock Raiser--------- Jackson Co., Mich._____ SFarmer and Stock Raiser---- ----- Delaware Co., N. Y.---. Proprietor Stinson House---------- Lenawee Co., Mich.---- Physician------------------------ Saratoga Co., N. Y.- -_ Cashier Exchange Bank ----------- Yates Co., N. Y. ----.Lawyer.------------------------- Livingston Co., N. Y._Farmer-------------------------- Kent Co., Mich.--- --.. Farmer-------------------.----- Kent Co., Mich..------- Farmer----------. ----..--------- Ontario Co., N. Y.----- Farmer---..--------------------- Ontario Co., N.Y.---- Farmer and Lumberman---------- Rutland, Vt.----------- Justice of the Peace----- -.---.-.. Canada--------------- Farmer-------------------------- Yates Co., N. Y.------- Farmer & Dir. in Lumber & Shingles Somerset Co., Maine - -- Prop. Climax Mills, Rockford and Clam Lake Flouring Mills, Whol'e & Retail Dealer in Flour, Feed and Groceries, Clam Lake----------- Ithaca, N. Y.---------- Proprietor Lapham House-....- Kent Co., Mich---..---- Farmer and Small Fruit Grower - - - - New York _------------ Farmer-------------------------- Summit Co., Ohio ------ General Mdse, Lumber and Shingles Canada_------------ Farmer-------------------------- Toronto, Canada- -- Farmer-.-----------------------. Ireland-------------- Farmer and Stock Raiser----------.Kent Co., Mich.-.--.-. Livery, Sale and Boarding Stable--- Monroe Co., N. Y.----- Custom-made Boots & Shoes, to order Scotland -------------- Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots, Shoes and Clothing------------------- Canada -------------- Proprietor Flouring Mill---------- Madison Co., N. Y.- --- Farmer-------------------------- Washtenaw Co., Mich.Farmer-------------------------- Monroe Co,, N. Y.----- Farmer.------------------------- Livingston Co., N.Y...--- Farmer and Lumber Dealer ------- Yates Co,, N. Y.------- Farmer and Carpenter ------------ Medina Co., Ohio ------ Special Agt. Howe Sewing Machines Steuben Co., N. Y.---- Farmer-------------------------- Yates Co., N. Y.------- Special Agt. S. M. & Estey Organs- Washtenaw Co., Mich.Dry Goods, Groc., Boots, Shoes, etc.- Livingston Co., N. V. - - - Books,Stationery,PaperHangings, etc Oneida Co., N. Y.------ Farmer & Manufacturer of Shingles- Otsego Co., N. Y.------ Watchman.---------------------- London, England---.-- Farmer-------------------------- Yates Co., N. Y..-.--- Farmer-------------------------- Jefferson Co., N.Y.....---- Supervisor and Owner Stinson House Lincoln, Maine-------- Farmer------- ------------------ Middlesex Co., Conn.-_ Farmer---..------.---------------- Middlesex Co., Conn. -. Farmer and Stock Raiser------ ---- Middlesex Co., Conn.--- Dress Maker---- --.--------.-. Monroe Co., N. Y...... Manufacturers & Dealers in Lumber and Shingles, Flour and Feed..-- Seneca Co., N. Y.... Livery and Sale Stable, Town Treasurer and Constable-------------- Virginia -------------- Hardware Dealer----------------- Kent Co., Mich.------ Mfr. of Willow Ware and Barrels - - Onondaga Co., N. Y._-- Prop. Bridge Street House -------- Cayuga Co., N. Y.-.- - Lumberman.-------------------- Genesee Co., N. Y.. - - Homeopathic Physician-----------Allegheny Co., Penn.--- Farmer and Owner Algoma Mills- - - Virginia -------------- Carpenter and Joiner-------------- Yates Co., N. Y.--_-. Farmer-------------------------- Medina Co., Ohio-- ---- 1866 1875 1868 1844 1845 1843 1846 1862 1865 1858 1871 1848 1844 1862 1866 1858 1853 1869 1847 1866 1848 1867 1852 1875 1841 1862 1851 1852 i860 1852 1851 1843 1845 1865 1871 1846 1857 1873 1850 1845 1871 i860 1867 1865 1855 1872 1866 1872 1861 1846 1866 1846 186o i868 1867 1855 1875 1846 1856 1866 1871 1849 1856 1842 1847 1847 1847 1871 ~844 1871 1847 ~873 1851 1844 1872 1870 ~868 1858 Davis, Isaac D.-------- Davis, S. B.------------ De Young, E.---------- Everts, N. K.-------- Foster, Thomas H... Griggs, G. W.-.... Goodell, Warren & DawayneGraves, L. P.---------- Hawley, Milo3 D.------- Hards, John B.-.------ Hurd, C.W.---.------- Hazen, I. D--------- Kellogg, Chas.--------- Kenyon, Geo. W. ------- Lafever, Stark --------. Lewis, Geo. R.--------- Langdon, Samuel------- Laraway, Alvin -------- Laraway, David ------- Munshaw, L.--------- Mills, Elnathan ------ Meslee, Wm. C..... Nellist, W. P.__..... Otis, John------------- Parks, W. R.--------.Patterson, Miner------- Prescott, Geo. W.---..Rathbun, L. K.------- Richards, Mary-------- Richards, Truman...... Rounds, Richard A.---- Robinson, John-----.-- Robinson, James-.----- Rose, David.--------- Sternbeck, Frederick -.... Sternbeck, Louisa C.-- Sharp, Geo.----------.. Seymour, Henry------- Soper, John W. - Stevens, J. P.---------- Shear, John W. ------.Shafer, Marion A.------ Shear, A. G.---------. Skinner, Thomas ------- Squier, Mrs. E. M.------ Shine, Julie ------------ Tyler, Alvin---------- Thompson, Leroy L. - - -. Tooley, Noah& Lydia E. Watson, Joseph J. ------ Winchell, Justus.... Williams, Hiram------- Yale, G.W.---------- Bowen Station __ Grand Rapids.. Fisher Station.... - Grand Rapids - -. Bowen Station _ Hammond ------ Bowen Station --- Grand Rapids - - - Bowen Station ___ Grand Rapids.... - - East Paris- ___ Grand Rapids..Bowen Station - - East Paris------- Grand Rapids - - - Bowen Station - - - Grand Rapids - - - Bowen Station - - - Grand Rapids.... - 11. 29 26 3 5 5 6 9 31 2 3 7 2 27 35 33 20 17 17 21 12 14 14 22 28 13 i 17 10 12 8 22 27 34 to 10 9 5 61 27 26 21 23 22 29 26 24 15 17 7 Farmer -------------------------- Farmer ------------------------- Farmer and Stock Raiser---------- Minister of the Gospel ----------- Farmer and Gardener -- --- Real Estate and Farmer........... Farmers ------------------------- Farmer.--.- -------- ------------- Kelloggville Hotel---------------- Farmer and Carriage Maker-------- Farmer------------------------- Farming and Milling---------- Farmer----------------------- Farmer, Contractor and Builder -.. Farmer and Stock Raiser --------- Farmer-------------.------------ Farmer----- ----------------- Farmer------------------------ Farmer ------------------ Farmer and Stock Raiser--------.........-- Farmer Farmer- --- -------------- Farmer--. Farmer------ Farmer------------------------- Farmer and Gardener------------------ Farmer and Gardener- ------------- Farmer -------------------------- Farmer_ Farmer-..- --- ---------.. -------- Farm er.....-.......... Farmer.. ------------.,.---.- ---- I. Farmer and Stock Raiser ------.-- Farmer and Stock RaiserFarmer------------------------- Farmer..------------------------ Farmer---- ----.----------- ----- Farmer and Wool Dealer---------- Farmer and Gardener ---_--- Farmer and GardenerFarmer.------------------------- Farmer and Physician -..--- Farmer and Stock Raiser---------- Farmer and Stock Raiser---------- Farmer-------------. ----------- Dress Maker--------------------- Farmer------ Farmer----------------------- Farmers ------------------------- Farmer and Architect---------- Farmer --- - ------ -- Oswego Co., N. Y.... Upper Canada---. -- Holland.-------------. Monrde Co., N. Y.-.. England------------- New Jersey----------- Monroe Co., N. Y.---- Medina Co., Ohio ------ Connecticut---------- England -...... Dutches Co., N. Y.-. New York ------------- Livingston Co., N. Y --- Onondaga Co., N. Y.....---- Seneca Co., N. Y.------ Orleans Co., N. Y.------ Wyoming Co., N. Y.---- Kent Co., Mich.-------- Washtenaw Co., Mich.-- Canada ------------ Orleans Co., N. Y..---- New York City -------- Niagara Co., N. Y...-. - - - Germany-------------- Washington Co., N. Y.-_ Seneca Co., N. Y.------- Otsego Co., N. Y.-.. Cayuga Co., N. Y.------ New York------------ Steuben Co., N. Y.-.. Franklin Co., Mass......England ------------- England ---------- Germany ---......-----.- ----- Germany-------------- Erie Co., N. Y.--------- England---------- Onondaga Co., N. Y...-- Yates Co., N.Y.------. Washington Co., Vt.---- Washington Co., N. Y.-_Orleans Co., N. Y.--... Washington Co., N. Y..Washington Co., Vt.---- Orleans, N. Y.-.... Kent Co., Mich...-. Kent Co., Mich--. -. SenecaCo., N.Y.--.-- Niagara Co., N. Y.Cumberland Co., Pa..... Canandiagua, N. Y..-. Schoharie Co., N. Y.-.. Upper Canada--------- 1836 1850 1849 1849 1856 1837 1867 i86o 1872 1871 1848 1855 1844 1867 1841 1853 1871 1836 1844 1870 1846 1869 ~855 1855 1845 I837 1844 1844 1855 1855 1857 1844 1844 1867 1872 1872 1854 1842 1866 1870 1855 1844 1844 1852 1844 1863 1849 1851 I851 1852 1856 1855 1846 Fisher Station.... 31 Farmer-------------------------- Grand Rapids... -- 8 Farmer------ --------- BOWNE TOWNSHIP. 3 26 26 27 27 26 13 Rockford---- Edgerton Rockford - -... 22 I.- 2~1 PARIS TOWNSHIP. Aber, Aaron----------- Grand Rapids--..-- Alger,J. D.------.--- ---- Alien, Henry---------. " ---- Allen, H. H.-----------. Buck, S.. -.. ---- Bowen Station - -- Barnard, W. R.------- Bowen, P.--------------. Bainbridge, John N ---- Hammond Station Brown, Jacob ---------- Boden, Joseph L.------ East Paris------- Barclay, A. C.- ---. ------- Bailey, F. F.---------- Grand Rapids---- Chadwick, Geo. W.-.--- 1 Cole, Riley - --- Clark, Dennis G.-.. --- Clark, Benj.---------- Chesebro, A. D. - - ---- Clark, Alex. H.-------- Fisher Station --....-- Calkins, Perry--------. " ---- Crandell, G.---------- East Paris------- 20 Farmer-------------------------- 7 Farmer and Blacksmith ------------ ~6 Farmer_-------------------- ~9 Farmer-------------------------- 28 Farmer------ ------------------- Merchant ---.- ------------------- 28 Farmer------------------------- 25 Farmer and Stock Raiser---------- 36 Farmer and Stock Raiser --------- 23 Farmer -........... 14 Farmer, Merchant and Postmaster13 Farmer. -----..------------------- 6 Stud Farm.---------------------- 18 Farmer------ ----- ------------- 4 Farmer and Blacksmith ----------- I2 Farmer -------.------------------ 8 Farmer and Gardener............30 Farmer ---.........................------------- 31 Farmer ------------------------- 14 Farmer and Gardener----------- Chemnung Co.. N. Y... 1865 Ontario Co., N. Y.----- 1854 Monroe Co., N. Y.V..-.- 1851 Clinton Co., Vt.-----.-. 1838 Litchfield Co., Conn._ 1846 Steuben Co., N. Y.r-.- 1840 Onondaga Co., N.Y...... 1837 Seneca Co., N. Y.V.-- 1851 Dublin Co., Ireland ---- 866 Kent Co., Mich.--------- 1842 Burlington Co., N. J.-.-. 1853 Niagara Co., N. Y.----- 1845 Allegheny Co., N.Y.... i866 Erie Co., N. YV. --------- 1854 Erie Co., N. Y...- --- 1856 New Jersey---.-..- 1835 Albany, Co., N. Y. 1857 Huntington Co., N. Y.- 1835 Oswego Co., N. Y. - -.... 1856 Canada--------------- 1855 Anderson, John------- Burkholder, Joseph -.- - - Bunker, 0. F.---------- Bunker, E. A.--------- Bartlett, Geo. E.-. Bentler, Sarah--------- Boulast, M.---- Combs, Chas.---------- Coppens, Chas. S.------ Coons, A. L.--------- Clemens, A. C.--------- Crumback, Geo. S.-...--- Church, Albert A.------ Cuykendall, F. --------- Gibson, Wm..........---------. Gordon, Chas.........--------- Gingrich, Geo. --------- Holcomb, M. A.------- Hatton, Giles--------- lill, Albert---..........-------- Johnson, Jas. C..--- - - - - Johnson, Orrin L.------ Johnson, Stephen..-.. K a rch e r, G e o..... Leece, Ferdinand.----- Lind, George--------.........-- Livingston, Chas..------ Livingston, Moses----- Morgan, J. W......... McNaughton, J. J.----- McDiarmid, A.-... Myers, Henry--------- Myers, J. P.---------- Miller, W. P.....---------- McWhiney, D. H..------ McArthur, Robert----- Miller, D. H..-------- McDonald, James------ Manchester, M.------- McCarthy, John.... Pardee, J. W.-.... Smith, Russell-------- Sinclair, Peter J..------- Smith, John----------- Stewart, W. H.-------- Stevens, Robert.-----. Thompson, J. R... - Timpson, J.------... Van Doren, E. J.-------. Watts, William---........---- Fillmore ------ Bowne ---------- Alto------------ Bowne---------.......... it Alaska--------.........-- Harris Creek Lowell.--------- Bowne it Alto -------- Harris Creek ---- Alaska........... Harris Creek.. - - - Bowne -------...--- Alto---------- Aak---------- Alaska------........---- Bowne.......... Altow----------- Bowne ---------- 96 Harris Creek Bowne ---------- 29 14 15 16 ~7.3 ~5 21 ~5 9 3 5 31 ~9 35 32 i8, 32 24 14 29 15 5 7 28 9 23 21 II 14 9 13 26 23 36 26 ~0 8 14 ~6 26 26 21 16 16 14 22 26 II 6 Farmer_- ----- -------- Farmer-----.------------------ Farmer and Carpenter.-_... Farmer ---_---------------------- Farm er ------------------- ------- Farmer ----------- ------ Farmer ----------------------........................--- Farmer.------- --------------- Farmer ------------------............Farmer------------------------- Farmer ------------------------- Farmer ------------------------- Farmer- --_---------------------_-- Farmer Farmer--......... Farmer -------- -.--------------. Farmer ------------------------- Farmer......................... Farmer and Gardener_ ----------- Postmaster and Farmer -----------......................... Farmer ------------------------ Farmer and justice of. the Peace Farmer--------- ----------- Farmer-------. ------------------ Farmer-------------------------- Farmer------- and Garde-----_------- Postmaster and Farmer-------.------------ F arm er-... -..... ~ - -..- - Farmer -------------------------- Blacksmith and Carpenter- ---- Farmer and Justi Carpenter ------ Peace---.. Farmer -------------.........................----- Farmer......................... Farmer---- Farmer-------------------------- Farmer --_-_.------ --- Farmer-------.------... ------ ---- Farmer------------------------ Farmer -----_-------------------__ Farmer --.----------------------_-- Stock and Produce Farmer ----~--- Farmer - Blackrmerith and Carpenter------.---- Farmer and Carpenter------- ------ Farmer.......................... Farmer ------------.------------ Fanner......................... Farmer.................... -...... Farmer.................... Farmer-.-.-------------.-.-.---- Farmer Farmer---- StckandPrmceFrmr Farming er..._._............. Farmern----------------. ---- Farmer-------------- Ireland....... Canada -------- -- Michigan----- --- Washtenaw Co., Mich.Canada ------.. ------- Canada-------..............---- Belgium.............. Canada - Belgium....... New York ------.---- Canada ----------- Canada -------------- Michigan -----............--- Michigan------------ New York------------ New York ----------- Canada - - - _ _ _~ Ohio- --------------- O hio......... England--- --- New York ----_------- Pennsylvania.... Pennsylvania ---------. New York - ----- Germany ------------............England -- -.............-------- Barry Co., Mich........----- Scotland ------ --- Pennsylvania --------- New York ---------- Kent Co., Mich.------- Kent Co., Mich.---- Stark Co., OhioGermany.,--.--------- Michigan........... Genesee Co., N. Y..-. Scotland -..... Brantford, Canada - - New York City ------. New York -------.---- Ireland...... Madison Co., N. Y,- --.. Massachusetts -... Kent Co., Mich..... Chautauqua Co., N. Y..New York ----............----- England ------------ Vermont ---- ----..............-- Canada ---. - -... New Jersey.--------- Ireland -----......--. 1863 186o 1855 1852 1871 1866 1851 1863 1852 1865 1863 1864 186o 1847 1843 1849 I871 1855 1854 1853 1862 1865 1864 1866 1857 1849 1859 1866 1871 1842 "-1843 1859 1858 1855 1867 1851 1866 1866 1858 1864 1856 1855 1847 1865 1848 1854 1849 1855 1873 1856,1ý

Page  89 I PATRONS' DIRECTORY OF KENT COUNTY CONTINUED. 89 ALPINE TOWNSHIP. NAME. POST-OFFICE. C' C' I, I I I Anderson, Chas.... Brown, Stillman.--.-- Bailey, H. L...... Brown, Frank E. --- Brown, E. T.......... Brown, Christian-.--.-- Boyd, James ----------- Burtch, Hiram...-..... Birdsall,W m. --.--- --- Conklin, DuBois.------ Cranmer, Israel -------- Card,J. H.---- - Cole, Hiram----- Coffee, John R.------- Camp, Edward P....-... Clark, John H. -----..Cordes, E ----------- Cooper, John A. Cordes, W --in, - Downer, Avery -.-.... DePoteo, James-------- Denison, Henry A..... Dutton, Byron-......... Dowling, Win. C. ------ Fitzjeralds, Win. --- Fox, Erastus J..-.. Fish, Chas. D.-- ------. Gray, L. C.........------ Greenly, H. A.'--.-- Gibbs, Thos. W..... Hilterbrant, W.------- Hills, A. H.- --- Hinbeck, Joseph--..-.. Hopkins, Nelson R. -.- - - Hill, James.-------_. Hammerschmidt, F. -.-. Isham, Charles-.------ Johnson, L. H.. -----.Leland, A. H.--....... Murray, Lyman.--.... Munro, C. W.---------- Martindale, Theodore - - Mentzer, J. R. Platte, John..---...-.. Pattee, Amos --..-...--- Porter, Peter B. __--_.. Preston, John --------.........Pearsall, S. M..__.--- - Rogers, A.J.- -------- Rogers, H. H..... Rice, W. F. Stevenson, Hiram------ Stewart, Wm..--- Shearer, A. J.-------- - Saur, J. A. ----------- Smith, Peter S... ---. Schlick, B. ------ Schaefer, Stephen.----- Schaefer, Joseph....... Thorp, Harris ----.--- Thoma, Michael ----- Wilson, A. ------- Wells, C. E.------ Wedge, Henry D.-_.. Waterman, Chas.-----__Wilder, Joseph ---.... Wilson, John C..------ West, Lorenzo---........ Wheeler, Wm. W....... Wheeler, Edmond A..-. Englishville ----- i( Brick Tavern---- Pleasant ---- - Grand Rapids -- - Indian Creek -. Grand Rapids-. Pleasant ----.--- Brick Tavern -.-- Mill Creek -- Alpine --------- Indian Creek ---- Englishville Alpine- - -.. Pleasant ---- - Alpine-------.........-- Grand Rapids--. Pleasant -------- Alpine--------- Brick Tavern..Grand Rapids - - - - Alpine----.----- Grand Rapids - - - Mill Creek.. Lisbon- -........ Grand Rapids --. Alpine --------.. Pleasant - Grand Rapids.. Brick Tavern --. Alpine------ Englishville -. Alpine.... Pleasant --.Brick Tavern ---- Grand Rapids-.--- Englishville Alpine......... Englishville Indian Creek - -. - Grand Rapids Brick Tavern.. Alpine--------- 3 4 I 29 29 31 17 9 34 21 9 7 19 3 0 36 26 13 26 It 15 22 28 I 7 22 13 29 20 19 23 12 30 17 22 14 33 25 5 32 34 36 35 16 24 17 28 6 29 24 I0 2 24 8 29 34 27 27 I 15 28 32 10 34 19 25 22 22 BUSINESS. NATIVITY. Farmer -------------------------- Sweden....... Farmer and Stock Raiser---------- Lapeer Co., Mich.---- Blacksmith --. ------------------ New York------. Farmer--------------------------. Kent Co., Mich. -------- Farmer.-------------------------- Madison Co., N. Y..---- Farmer ---.----- ---------------- Germany------------- Farmer-------- ------------------Ontario Co., N. Y.----.. Carpenter and Joiner------------- Canada--------------- Farmer----.---------------------- Saratoga Co., N. Y.. Farmer-------------------------- Monroe Co., N. Y. Farmer-------------------------- Livingston Co., N. Y.... Farmer-------- ------------------. Onondaga Co., N. Y.. Farmner ---------------------- Broome Co., N. Y.--- Farmer -------------------------- Kent Co., Mich.. -------- Farmer-------------------------- New York----............ Miller.. ----------------------- England -------------- Farmer---------- -------------- Westphalia, Prussia Farmer ---------------------- Canada -..------------ Farmer_-------------------------- Westphalia, Prussia ---- Farmer-------------------------- Niagara Co., N. Y.-. Farmer ------------------- Holland --- - Farmer--- ----------------------- Cayuga Co., N.Y. - Carpenter and Joiner.-.. ---- New York ----------............ Farmer-------------------------- Farmer ------------------------ Canada West--------- Farmer------------------- ------ Monroe Co., N. Y..----- Farmer and Lumberman--------- New York--------- Farmer----------..----------- ---- Steuben Co., N. Y..... Farmer-------------------------- Kent Co., Mich. --. Farmer-------------------------- Ottawa Co., Mich.------ Farmer-----..- ----- -----------. Westphalia, Prussia - - Farmer-------------------------- Bennington, Vt.------. Farmer -------------------------- Huron Co., Ohio- - - - - Farmer-------- ---. --.---------- New York----------- Farmer-------------------------- England -- ----- Farmer---.. ----------------------- Westphalia, Prussia__ Farmer -------------------------- M ichigan ------------ Farmer. Fine Stock Raising a Specialty. Seneca Co., N. Y.... Farmer and Lumberman ---------- Vermont ------------- Farmer-------------------------- New York_-------- Farmer---.----------------- ----- Canada------------- Farmer-------------------------- Lake Co., Ohio --------. Pump Manufacturer -------------- Ohio -----------.----- Farmer-------------------------- Kent Co., Mich. -_--- Bridge Builder --------_---- --- -- New Hampshire------- Farmer and Sawyer--------------- New York ----------- Farmer-------------------------- Ottawa, Ohio---------- Farmer-------------------------- Cayuga Co., N. Y. ------. Farmer- _------------------------ Cayuga Co.,N. Y.---- -- Farmer- ------------------------ Monroe Co., N. Y..-... Farmer,------------------------- Canada -------------- Farmer -------------------------- Ontario Co., N. Y. - - Farmer..- ----- ----------------Canada--------------- Dry Goods and Groceries---------- Chautauqua Co., N. Y._Farmer-------------------------- Sweden------------- Farmer------------------------- -Oneida Co., N. Y.------ Farmer-------------------------- River Rhine, Prussia __Farmer-------------------------- Prussia Farmer----.......-----..------- Kent Co., Mich.- - Farmer-------------------------- New York ----- Farmer.------------------------- Prussia Farmer------------------------- Genesee Co., N. Y.--- Farmer--------------Pennsylvania-..... Farmer -------------------------- Pennsylvania ---------- Farmer_ Pennsylvania iq....... Farmer----.-------------------- England Farmer ----------------------- Niagara Co., N. Y...... Farmer and Stock Dealer------ ---- Washington Co., N. Y,. Farmer and Lumberman ----------New York..--.------ Farmer ------------------------ Rutland Co., Vt........ Farmer------------------- -----Rutland Co., Vt.------- Settled in Co. 1849 1844 1854 1854 1848 1850 1844 1865 1846 1864 1854 1854 1852 1850 1845 185o 1843 1865 1843 1850 1871 1843 1871 1855 1845 1865 1853 1849 i868 1849 1838 1845 1837 186i 1852 1870 1850 1846 1846 1839.1869 1867 1852 1859 1851 1864 1843 1845 1845 1864 1848 1867 1866 1854 1847 1842 1842 1846 1872 1842 185o 1854 1865 1851 1844 1865 1845 1844 1844 i NAME. POST-OFFICE.. o Kingin, John T. ------ Edgerton ----..Linderman, Jason---.-- Courtland CenterLanning, Edward------ Oakfield -------- Myers, Win. H.--------- Courtland Center Pease, Lester H.- --- Peterson, John E.------- Rhoades, Lewis-------- Richardson, C.-------- Rounds, Samuel ------- Rockford -------- Rounds, L. D.-------- -------- Stegman, F. C. -------- Courtland CenterSaunders, Nathan D.-... Smith, H. S.--------- Squires, Nathan R.---- t Schaner, Sebastian--- Rockford--- ---- Sears, Luke -- ---- -------- Shank, Geo.----------- -------- Shaw, N. -------------- -------- Shaw, G. N.---- - -- Scarvell, Thos.----- ----.-- Smith, M. D. L. - - Cedar Springs __ Thompson, Almon -.... Courtland CenterThompson; Calvin -.--. ' Tefft,A. B. ---------- --Rockford -----_Tuttle, A. S. ----------- Cedar Springs - - -.. Welton, George-- -- Courtland CenterWhite, Z. B.----------- White, Chas. M.-------. Whitthall, Thos... --- Wall, Samuel---------- Bostwick Lake_-- Williams, A. M. --- Rockford ------- Wesbrook, John R.------ Cedar Springs --- Wiley, Jacob ---. ---- Young, Elihu R...-- Rockford-.------ 18 Farmer--------------------------. Yates Co., N. Y. ------- 1i6 Farmer-------------------------- Summit Co., Ohio--- 12 Farmer. ---- ----- --- - Steuben Co., N. Y..---- 28 Farmer and Township Supervisor -- Ireland ------- 1i6 Farmer----------------------- ---Ontario Co., N. Y. ---- 24 Farmer-------------------------. Jackson Co., Mich.----- 4 Farmer------ ------------------- Jackson Co., Mich.-..-- S26 Farmer--------- -----------------Oneida Co., N. Y.-_--- - 31 Farmer--------_------------------ Yates Co., N. Y..------ 3- Farmer- -------- --------------- Yates Co., N. Y....... 16 Farmer, Butcher & Cider Mill Owner Germany----- -- 15 Prop.Courtland Center House & Storej Livingston Co., N. Y.--_ 26 Farmer -------------------------- Waterloo Co., Canada.. 24 Farmer-------------------------- Ontario Co., N.Y. - 20 Farmer-----..---------------------. Waterloo Co., Canada _ _ 3o Farmer----.----------------------. Cayuga Co., N. Y.----- 29 Farmer---------------------..----- Portage Co., Ohio-- --- 30 Farmer, Stock Raiser & Lumberman Renselaer Co., N. Y..-.. 3o Farmer.-----.---------..-------.. Yates Co., N. Y.....--- 28 Farmer --- --------.----------. Niagara Co., N. Y..-.. 2 Farmer -------.------------------- Medina Co., Ohio.----- 36 Farmer -----------.--------------- Chenango Co., N. Y.... 25 Farmer.----------.---- ----------- __ 20 Farmer--------------------------.. Cayuga Co., N. Y... 4 Farmer -------------------------- Pennsylvania---------- 14 Farmer-.--__------. ----.. Ontario Co., N. Y. 15 Farmer----.----------- --Y----.. ates Co., N. Y. ____ 22 P. M., Blacksmith & Wagon Repairer Kent Co., Mich.. -. 23 Farmer----..-------------------. England -.-..--....... 36 Farmer------.----------------. --------- 19 Farmer-- --------..------------- Aleghany Co., N. Y.... 2 Farmer and Lumbering----------- St. Clair Co., Mich.----. r (J. & L. Wiley) Shingle Factory.... Eaton Co., Mich.... 30 Farmer, Stock Raiser & Dairyman-_ Yates Co., N. Y.... BUS;NESS. SetNATIVITY. tied in Co. 1852 1852 1857 1847 1847 1847 1868 1860 1847 1846 1854 1844 1857 1847 1869 185o 1849 1845 1854 1865 1854 1836 1836 1854 1848 1866 1844 1849 1856 1847 1873 1871 1873 1848 COJURTLAND TOWNSHIP- Concluded. CEDAR SPRINGS TOWNSHIP. Andrus, W. P. & Co.... Adams & Benedict -.. Buel & Hubbard --.. Butler, M.W.--------- Benedict, J. 0.......... Brackett, M. S., Jr..------ Bremmer, Chas. ------- iuck, Curtis -----. ---- Barber, W. L. ---------- Bowen, E. A.------ Buskirk, A. Chapman, L. C..... Chappell, G. H..... Chester, E. F.-.. Donihue,J. H.--------. Dunham, Isaac Deyarmond, C. B.... Fairchild, W. P. ------- Geiger, Geo.---------- Gardner, H.S..... H ill ) N, R.-- - - - - - - - - ( Hartupee, B. V. ------- Lawrence, W. H.. Mabee,R.._._ McConnell, Walter-- -- Marst, M. F........----------- Pryce, Edward-------- Pelton, Chauncey - Papson, George.__ Pangborn, Albert--__ Rudes, H. M........ Roys Bros. ----------- Sellers, L. M.......---------- Sparks, Philip.------ Stiles, L.W.__...... Slawson, N. F.-. Welch, Wm........----------- Wagar & Otis........ Cedar Springs - - - it it Lockwood --..-- Cedar Springs - - -.t Dealers in General Hardware------ Yates Co, N. Y.._.__ Dry and Fancy Goods-_......Restaurant and Saloon------------ Monroe Co., N.Y.... Jobbing -------------------------. Ontario.............. Wholesale Shingle Dealer-------.-- Cuyahoga Co., Ohio Brackett House ------------------ New York --------.. -- Billiard Room ------------------- Germany ------............. Attorney at Law---------------- Litchfield Co., Conn....--- Groceries, Flour, Feed, Lumber, etc. Portage Co., Ohio-.---- Saloon and Restaurant------------ Oswego Co., N.Y..----- Proprietor "Traveler's Home"----- New York -......Pine Lumber Dealer -------------- Macomb Co., Mich..--- Physician------------------.----. Niagara Co., N. Y.... Physician and Surgeon ------------ Oakland Co., Mich.._... Blacksmith ---------------------- Ireland --.-------------. Farming and Teaming ------------ Schuyler Co., N. Y.. -.. Lumbering and Moving Buildings_. Nova Scotia- -.......... Proprietor Fairchild House -------- St. Joseph Co., Mich....--- Billiard Room ------------------- Northampton Co., Penn. Physician------------------------ Cayuga Co., N. Y.V___. Real Estate Dealer and J. P.------- Monroe Co., N. Y..---_ Furniture Dealer----------------- Fairfield Co., Conn.....---- Mechanic-------------------.----- Delaware Co., N. Y.....- -- Proprietor Lockwood House ------- Canada --.----------- Groceries------------------------ Hillsdale Co., Mich.....---- Restaurant ---- ---------------. Kent Co., Mich..------- Supervisor Solon Township-----........ New York -...---..--- Dealer in Lumber and Shingles - - - - Middlesex Co., Conn.--- Harness Maker.------------------- England_------- ---- Foreman Lumber Mills--------. Champlain Co., N. Y._-- Lumberman....-. ------- Jefferson Co., N. Y -... Groceries and Provisions----- -- Berkshire Co., Mass.---- Editor Cedar Springs Clijpper, and Real Estate Dealer-......-. Franklin Co., Penn..... Tailor ---------- ---------------- England ---------.. -- Groceries.-------------------... Canada--------------- J. P. and Collection Office --------- Tompkins Co, N. Y. - -. Bridge Street House -------------- Franklin Co., N. Y.....--- Livery, Sale and Boarding Stable--- 1870 1872 1873 -1873 1868 1875 1871 I86o 1868 1872 1871 I8a8 18,18 1865 1871 i86o 1857 1871 i86o 1875 1870 I855 1871 1848 1875 1870 1849 1858 1844 I874 1851 1850 1867 1849 1869 1859 i8 -1869 1872 COURTLANTD TOWNSHIP. Addison, Thomas------ Courtland CenterAustin, John - ----- Allin, Isaac------------ RockFord----- Anderson, John H...___ Edgerton ---_-- Blakney, Dwight------- Courtland CenterBenham, Fernando---..-- " Benham, Frank---- --- Bradley, H. M.-.. " - Brown, R.J. -----------Cedar Springs-... Brown, E. " Beals, Abram E. -.-. Oakfield -------- Bowman, G, W -. --- ----- Briggs, B. B. - - Edgerton.------ Bellows, John D.-.... Rockford----...-_ Covell, James S. ------- Courtland CenterCrinnion, Michael.--- - Carlyle, Rob't. ------- Rockford-.----- Coon, George -.-. -....EdgertonCornell, Robert B. -----... White Swan..-. Davis, Dennis G. -- - Courtland CenterDecker, Winm..-.. " - D ean, M ortimer B. _... " Davis, Joseph....... Rockford-- ------ Eldred, Alfred ---------.. Courtland CenterEarl, SB.------------- Cedar Springs - - - Elkins, S. F........... Rockford.------. Farr, Eli A.------ - - -... Cedar Springs _Farr, Thos. B.......... ------- Graham, Nelson -- - -- Rockford-,. Garity. John-...-........- Cedar Springs _ Hewitt, Elton -____---- Courtland CenterHunting, G. S. --------. Holden, C. M..........E--------- dgerton.------ Johnspn, Thos. C.----- Courtland CenterJohnson, Barton __ " 23 21 27 7 27 8 9 II 5 4 13 25 '9 34 3 15 32 9 36 10 17 21 29 I0 4 30 4 6 26 4 21 28 i8 23 22 Farmer---------------.........................-------- Farmer ----------------- ------- Farmer.........................-------------------- Miller and Lumberman ----------- Farmer -...............-. Farmer -----.......------- ----. Farmer and Thrasher - ---------- Farmer-------..............-------- -- Farmer -- -------------.....................---... Farmer------.........................------ F arm er_---- -- -- --- -.-- -- -- - -- - Carpenter and Joiner----.--------- Farmer and Lumberman--------- Farmer and Stock Raiser -----.........-- Farmer and Speculator---------...........Farmer and Speculator-..... Farmer --------........................-------- Farmer-------------------........................ Farmer........... Farmer------------------..................--..-.....Farmer --.----------.-.------- Farmer......................... Farmer and Stock Raiser-........--------. Farmer.--------. ---------.--- --- Farmer....._.................Farmer ---.........................---------------- Farmer-----------............------------ Miller and Lumberman ------------ Farmer ---....--.....------------ Farmer-_........ Farmer------.--------------- --- Farm er--. ---- - - --- -------. - --. Farmer, Physician and Surgeon _ Farmer -----_ ------ ----- --- - -- - Farmer.........................------------ England --------..............---- Oneida Co., N. Y..------ Jefferson Co., N. Y. -.-.-- Onondaga Co., N. Yv-_.... Kent Co., Mich. ----- Washtenaw Co., Mich... Kent Co., Mich..-----. Niagara Co., N. Y..---. Oneida Co., N. Y----.. - Wayne Co., N. Y..------ Wayne Co., Ohio------- Waterloo Co., Canada-- Ya'es Co., N.Y..--.--- Macomb Co., Mich. ____ New York ----------- Washtenaw Co., Mich.Scotland -------------- Kent Co., Mich.. ---.. New York ---------- Jackson Co., Mich.--- -. Yates Co., N. Y. ------- Warren Co., N. Y.----. England ---------..............Ohio -------------................. Kent Co., Mich. ------- Alleghany Co., N. Y..-- Jefferson Co., N. Y. _ Pennsylvania -----.. Washtenaw Co., Mich.-. Ireland--------- Kent Co., Mich... Dutchess Co., N. Y.... Tompkins Co., N. Y. Oneida Co., N. Y.--... Schoharie Co., N. Y. --. 1838 1838 1854 1866 186o 1847 1850 1846 1842 1864 1848 1867 1854 1838 1866 1840 1842 1845 1849 1858 1852 1838 1844 1858 1854 1859 1856 1861 1853 1867 1854 1849 1857 186o 1838 VERGENNES TOWNSHIP. Althouse, Hattie S. -.. - - Bennett, E-----------..........Byrnes, Sarah E..... Blending, D. S. -------- Cochrane, James ------- Daniels, T. I.---------. Fox, J. S. ------------- Goodsell, D. M...... Goodsell, John 0..------ Geill, F. A...... Hoag, S. E... Kerr, George --------- Krum, Mary ---------- King, M. J. ---------- King, Edmond-....... Lawless, James ------- Misner, C.------------- Mastenbrook, Henry _Rogers, Alex.---------- Taylor, Chas..........---------- Walker, J. W. -. Wilson, D. A..... Weeks, H. D..... Westbrook, Thos.... White, Isaac W. ---- Wright, John --------- Lowell--------........-- Alton-------.........--- Lowell------ ---- 41 Alton---------- Lowell----.........---- Alton. --------- 29 32 '7 29 12 33 33 25 24 27 34 21 31 34 10 5 33 23 27 30 28 33 4 23 10 13 Kent Co., Mich..------ Farmer-------------------------- Onondaga Co., N. Y....-- Nev York............-- Farmer and Fruit Grower---------- Cayuga Co., N. YV-..--- Grist Mill, Flour and Feed---......... ----- Ireland -........ --- Farmer-- -----------.......................... --------- Cheshire Co., N. H.__ Farmer----......................... New York ----------- Farmer-- ------------------..........................--- Kent Co., Mich.------.Farmer-....................... Oneida Co., N. Y.V--_ - Farmer and Wagon Maker -------......... Holland -..............--- Farmer- ----.----------- -------- Washtenaw Co., Mich.-. Farmer ---.......................------------------ Kent Co., Mich -..----- Farmer --------------------.........................-- Herkimer Co., N.Y.... Farmer--- ---------------------- Cayuga Co., N. Y. _ Saw Mill. D'r in Lnmber & Wagon Gear Essex Co., N. Y.-.. Farmer.......................... Ireland ------------- Farmer------------------------.........................--- Canada-.. Farmer---.....-----------.----------- Holland -------------.............. Farmer.......................... Lewis Co., N. Y.... Farmer............-------------------------- Canada -------------- Farmer -................ Canada_ ------.------ Farmer......................... Ohio ----------.................Farmer ---.......--..---------------.................Canada _...... Farmer...........-------------------------- Canada -......----- - Farmer----------------- -------..........................Canada............... Farmer ---------------------.......................... Pennsylvania --------- 1853 1857 1853 1864 1873 1837 1836 1844 1844 1848 1845 1837 1862 185o 1844 1838 186i 1838 1854 1837 1852 1870 1844 1845

Page  90 PATRONS' DIRECTORY OF KENT COUNTY-CONTINUED 9~ LOWELL TOWNSHIP* CALEDNATWSI mncluded. - SetNAME. POST-OFFICE. BUSINESS. NATIVITY. tled ~ in Co. Atkins & Greene.------- Lowell -------- Avery, H. W----------- I. -- Avery, E. W........... Burt, B. E--..------- Blair, Nathan.---------- Barber, J.H........ Blakeslee, Enos L.___. Barber, W. R-.--------- Burch, Noah. --.-----. Brasted, Silas--.-.-..... Babcock, W.------------ Brannan, J. & Isaac-.. Clark, H' M.......... Craw, E. R._ Cary, H. W.------------ Campbell, C. W.-------- Carter, L. A.----------- Cogswell, L. W......... Dodge, E. W......... Denise, Wm.----------- Denise, D. H.----.---- Easterby, James-.------ Fuller, Elijah.-----.---- Fairchild L. L.......... Graham, W. K.--.----. Graham, Joseph -------- Gaines, F. J.----------- "H ine, J. W........ -. - Husted, J. D.-------. - Hartt, John _--------- Hatch, J. F.---------- Hunter, R., Jr. ----.---- Hough talifig, Wm. ----- Jones, Ira B.------------ Kopf, John ------------ K inyon, J. w.......... Kinyon, W. W.--------- Kinyon, Joseph -------- Look, 0. H. --------- Lyon,W. B., Lewis, James.---------- Layer, Jacob.----------- Mathewson, J. W.------- Misner, W. H.---------- McIntyre, J.------------ Mueller, Theo.-.---....-. McCarty, N. L.--------- Mapes, Mrs. E. A.-----.Noble, B.R.--- ------- Osborn, Daniel----...... Onan, A. J.------------ Parker, Geo. W......... Perry, Milton M........ Peck, A-- Proctor, W m. _ "..... Post, L. J.------------ Parker, Geo. J._.-------- Robbins, Warren--.----- Rolf, Ransom- --------- Stone, H. G. & Co.-'---- Snyder, Martin- -------- Tate, Thomas......... Thompson, J. T........ Trask, H. M........... Thompson, S T......... Thibos, John......... Winegar, R. D......... Wyman, L. M.......... Wright, F. C........... Yeiter, J". D........... Yeiter, Fred.-... - - - ---------- 17 ---------- 33 13 ---------- 6i ---------- 6 ---------- 113 Alto------------ 32 Lowell --------_ 18 12 4 13 31 28 27 29 22 27 IO 12 12 24 I2 Dealers in Agricultural ImplementsFresh Meat, Poultry, Oysters, Hides, e tc............. - - - - - - Planing Mill, Sash, Doors, Blinds, &c. Notary Public and Attorney -------- Farmer_ ------------------------ Sewing Machine Agent............ Farmer- --------------------- Fruit Grower_ ---------------- Farmer-------------------------- |Farmer_-------------------------- Saw Mill, Cradle, Scythe and all kinds of Handles_--------------------- Farmers----I Farm rs __- ------------------ Cashier Lowell National Bank.------ Hatch & Craw,Props. Forest & Lowell Mills, DIrs. in Flour, Grain, etc.-- Farmer, Thresher and Wood Sawyer Farmer_------------------------- Farmer----------------------- Farm er-.-- ---- ------------ - Attorney at Law------------------ Farmer-------------------------- Farmer_-------------------------- F arm er--_ - - --- ----------------- Light & Draft Harness, Collars, Horse Clothing, Robes, Blankets, Trunks, etc. --------------------------- Farmer- -------------------------- Farmer- -- --------------.-------- Farmer.------------------------ - Farmer and Carpenter.------------ Editor Lowell Journal. -----.----- Nurseryman and Fruit Grower.----- Farmer.-------------------------- Farmer.--. -------------..-------- J. P., Collecting and ConveyancingProprietor " Clifton House." ----- - Fruit Farm- --_---- ------------ Mnfr. Furniture, Picture Frames, etc., Dlr. in Watches, Clocks & Jewelry. Farmer ------ ------------ Farmer-- ----------------- Farmer-................... Att'y, R. Est. Dlr., Conveyancing, etc. Farmer-...--------------------- Nursery and Fruit Growing- - - - - -. Farmer_-------- -------------- Attorney and Solicitor- ------------ Proprietor "Franklin House."- ----- SFarmer-_-_ --------------------- Restaurant and Saloon Whol. & Retail Grocery & Prov. Store Farming------------------------- Broker ------------------------- Farmer -.----. ------------------ Farm er.-.----------------------- Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, etc.--------------- Attorney, Notary and J. P. Special Attention given to Conveyancing, Insurance and Negotiating LoansPhysician and Surgeon ------------ Farmer-------------------------- Farmer and Fruit Grower ---------- Farmer -------------------------- Farmer-_ -------------------- F arm er-.......... -- - - - - Dry Goods, Carpets, Hats, Boots, Shoes, etc..- -- -- - -- -- -- - F arm er----- ---- ---- ---.---- Deputy Sheriff and Livery Stable_ __ F arm er- -......... - --- -- M echanic....--- -- - - - - Farm er -- - - - - - - - - - - - Nurseryman _, - - - - - - - - Farm er-- -- -- - - - - - --- Farm er- - - -- - - - - -- - - F arm er.......................-- Farmer....-..................... SF arm er- -_ -- - - - - - -...... Washington Co., Vt.---- Litchfield Co., Conn.-.Litchfield Co., Conn.--. St. Lawrence Co., N.Y.Washington Co., N.Y._Washtenaw Co., Mich.-_ New York------------- Oneida Co., N. Y.-.----- Niagara Co., N. Y.... New York_.............. Cayuga Co., N. Y_...... O hio....... -----.. Delaware Co., N. Y.... Wayne Co., N. Y_...... New York.----