Atlas of Sanilac County, Michigan : containing maps of every township in the county, with village and city plats, and outline map of the county, also maps of Michigan, United States and the world
Cookingham, E. R., Randall, J. S., Smith, J. L., Cookingham, L. D.

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Page  1 ]LOW -..d I^ -OF C()U _MICHIGAN CONTAINING MAPS OF EVERY TOWNSHIP IN THE COUNTY, WITH VILLAGE AND CITY PLATS, AND OUTLINE M ALSO MAPS OF MICHIGAN, UNITED STATES AND THE W Compiled from Late and Authentic Sources, together with OTHER VALUABLE INFORMATION BY E. R. COOKINQHAM AP OF THE COUNTY ORLD YPSILANTI, MICHIGAN 1894 SURVEYS BY J. S. RANDALL, C. E. PUBLISHED BY J. L. SMITH 27 SOUTH SIXTH STREET PHILADELPHIA Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1894, by L. D. Cookingham, in the Office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington, D. C. I

Page  2 PREFACE AND SALUTI"ATORY. THE PUBLISHER TO THE PATRONS OF THE SANILAC COUNTY ATLA 3 We greet you with congratulations, which we feel should be mutual on the completion of our arduous labors, editing, compiling, drawing, engraving and publishing the work now placed before you. The difficulties which attend the preparation of such a work by individual enterprise, can be understood only by those who have been engaged in similar undertakings. We believe, however, that the great labor and expense bestowed upon this Atlas, have been productive of highly remunerative results to you at least, as well as to all interested in the welfare of the county, if not to ourselves. CO-OPERATION. The compilation of the details of the maps has been attended with a vast amount of research and labor. We are happy to acknowledge the kind interest which has almost universally been manifested, in the work through the county, and the cordiality and effectiveness of the co-operation of many who reside outside of Sanilac County. UNITED STATES SYSTEM OF LAND SURVEYS. It may not be out of place here to give a brief description of the United States System of Surveys applied to the lands of Michigan, which will also describe the general features, the uniform method for all the public lands of the United States. PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN AND BASE LINES. A meridian line running through the State from north to south, and a base line running across the State from-east to west were first surveyed out. These two lines serve as base lines for all surveys in the State. The Michigan meridian was the first one located for the United States public lands before the State was organized, and is known as the First Principal Meridian. It forms the boundary between Lenawee and Hillsdale Counties, passes through the middle of Jackson and Ingham, divides Clinton from Shiawassee and Gratiot from Saginaw, Crawford from Oscoda and Otsego from Montmorency, and passes through the eastern part of Sheboygan County, strikes Lake Huron, nearly south of the eastern extremity of Bois Blanc Island. The base line for this meridian runs from Lake Michigan to Lake Huron. Along the northern boundaries of Van B3uren, Kalamazoo, Calhoun, Jackson, Washtenaw. and Wayne Counties. RANGE AND TOWNSHIP. After establishing the meridian and base lines, the surveyor proceeds to lay off the county into Townships six miles square. Having measured a distance of six miles along the base line to the east or west of the principal meridian, a monument is erected at the six-mile point, and another meridian is surveyed out from north and south from this monumenft. This strip of land six miles wide lying between and extending entirely across the State is called a Range. The range adjacent to the principal meridian is called Range i East, if on the east side, or Range i West, if on the west side of the principal meridian. The second six miles wide adjoining the first is called Range 2 East, or 2 West, as the case may be, and so in the same manner on both sides of the principal meridian, until the entire State is divided into ranges. These ranges are subdivided into "Townships by east and west lines six miles apart. The Township adjacent is called Township i North, if on the north side, and Township i South, if on the south side of the base line. The next Township 2 North, or 2 South, as the case may be, and so on to the northern and southern boundaries of the State. Portions of Townships which are not complete where the ranges are bounded by irregular lines, or bodies of water are called Fractional Townships. On the margin of Sthe map of the county in this work will be found the number of the range and towns of Sthe State passing through this county and at the top of the respective Township maps. I THE COMPILER. 2

Page  3 1' SANI LAC COUNTY. In giving the history of Sanilac county, many things present themselves to us which would make very interesting reading matter, but which are necessarily crowded out for lack of space; hence, we shall content ourselves by referring to the condition in which it was found in 1834. At that time the entire county was one unbroken wilderness, untouched by the hand of the white man. It was heavily timbered with white pine, cedar, hemlock, maple, beech, birch, oak, ash, elm, basswood and hickory, with an occasional balm 'o gilead and cottonwood. A few natural fruits, such as the blackberry (in abundance), raspberry (black and red), various kinds of the wild-cherry, strawberries, wild plums and the crabapple, with a plentiful growth of cranberries. The forest,at this time, abounded with wild game, such as elk, moose, deer, bear, wolf, lynx, fox, otter, beaver, mink, marten, raccoon, muskrat, wild turkey, ducks and other smaller fowl. The country was remarkably free from reptiles, there only being found the small striped snake, water snakes of several kinds, and the light spotted snake, commonly called milk snake., In a residence of over fifty years in the county, the writer has only known of some half-dozen of poisonous snakes having been seen or killed, and those' consisting of the small rattler, usually called massauger. The county is situated at the lower extremity and on the west shore of Lake Huron, adjoining St. Clair county, and is watered by the Black river running through the entire county from north to south, by Elk creek running through the southwest portion (having its rise in the southwest corner and running in a northeasterly direction until its junction with Black river), also by the north and south branches of the Cass river, which run in a southwesterly and northeasterly course until their junction, and by Black creek, Cherry creek and many other small streams. It is bounded on the west by Lapeer and Tuscola counties, on the north by Huron county, on the south by St. Clair county and on the east by Lake Huron. The banks of the lake forming the eastern boundary are, on an average, 40 feet in height, affording a fine view of the lake. The county embraces an area of about 972 square miles, or some 622,080 acres of land. The soil is very fertile, consisting mainly of sandy and clay loams, overlaid with a deep covering of vegetable mould, which makes it well adapted for the growth of hay, wheat, oats, barley, corn, pease and beans, as well as all kinds of vegetables. ORGANIZATION. A.special Act of the Legislature of 1848, in force after December 31st of that year, authorized the separate organization of Sanilac county. Prior to the passage of this act, all of Sanilac and Huron counties, except Sebewaing, were attached to St. Clair county for legislative and judicial purposes, and were embraced in the then township of Lexington, together with the northern part of St. Clair county, composed of Township Nine and the south half of Township Ten, the middle of Township Ten being the southern boundary of Sanilac county as originally surveyed. Sanilac county as organized was composed of the then township of Lexington. By an Act of the Legislature of 1848, the township of Worth was organized by detaching Township Nine, north of Ranges 13, 14, I5, 16 and fractional 17, east, from the south side of the old township of Lexington, and by the same act Sanilac township was organized from that part of the township of Lexington lying north of the north line of Township Ten, north of Ranges 12, 13, 14, 15 and 16, east. The first Board of Supervisors was composed of three members, viz.: Peter H. Benedict, Worth; Clark M. Mills, Lexington; and Charles McMillan, Sanilac. The value of the county as equalized by the Board was $169,369. The first county officers were elected at the general election held in November, 1849, and were installed January i, 185, as follows:County Jzudge........................ Reuben B. Dimond. Judge of Probate........................Clark M. Mills. County Clerk...................................Benjamin F. Luce. Register of Deeds.................Benjamin F. Luce. County Treasu er.e.......re......................James L. Smith.. S/eriff.......................................Silas Bardwell. PIONEERS. The first white man who settled with his family in what is now Sanilac county was Joel Carrington (father of Mark Carrington, now of Port Austin, Huron county), who came into what is now the township of Worth in. 1834. He came for the purpose of manufacturing deck planks for ship building, employing a considerable number of men, sawing the plank with whip saws, and while residing here cleared a small farm of about sixty acres. The next settler was Reuben B. Dimond, afterwards Judge Dimond. He was the first Justice of the Peace, and held the first elective office in what now constitutes the county. He also taught the first school. His farm adjoined that of Carrington, which was in Section 6, Township 9, north, Range 17, east. It is a matter of dispute as to who was the first white child born within the county, some claiming it to have been Dr. F. B. Galbraith, of Pontiac; son of the late Dr. John Galbraith, of Amadore; while others claim it to have been a son of Mrs. Charles Anderson, who resided near the Dimond and Carrington settlement. Dr. Woodard, one of the early pioneers, came into the county sometime during the year 1835 or 1836, and built the first saw mill in what is now Sanilac county in the year 1836 on Section 32, Township 9, north of Range 16, east, which he afterward sold to Nathan B. Chase. Mr. Chase, above spoken of, built the first flouring mill upon the same site with the saw mill purchased from Dr. Woodard in the year 1840. "Reuben B. Dimond built the second saw mill on Section 13, Township 9, north of Range 16, east, in 1843; and the third was built by Ephriam Pierce on Section 29, in Township o10, north of Range 16, east, within what is now the village of Croswell. In 1846 Hubbard & Lester built in the township of Lexington on the present site of Jno. L. Fead's woolen mill, the first steam saw mill; and were the first company to engage in lumbering on an extensive scale within the county. This mill was operated for several years and cut nearly all the pine timber in the immediate vicinity of Lexington, from which the company realized very handsome profits. The first settlers to enter the county for the sole purpose of agriculture were Jno. Ryan, Ferdinand and William Leonard, Dr. Jno. Galbraith, William and George Smith, Isaac Lemon and Jno. Carroll, in the Township of Worth; and Jno. Hyde, Rev. Thomas Huckins, Dr. Miles Huckins, Hiram Haney and Lawson Bisbee, of Lexington, who came some tinie from 1837 to 1840. Among the first settlers of Lexington were also Jno. Smith, Reuben Simons and Jno. Hughes. Jno. Smith was probably the first settler, having come here as early as 1837 from Canada. He built a log house on the bank of Lake Huron, where he resided with his family, consisting of a wife and twelve children, until, in the language of Daniel Boone, "the neighbors became too thick for him" when, Arab like, he folded his tent and moved farther West, where there was more room. THE I.UMBER INTEREST. While Sanilac county was heavily timbered with white pine of the very best quality, in the main, it failed to benefit the county as a county, or to benefit any considerable number of its inhabitants; the timber lands having been bought largely by nonresidents who cut and run the timber to other parts for manufacture. The timber from the townships of Fremont,ySpeaker, Maple Valley, Flynn, Elk, Watertown, Washington, Bridgehampton, Custer and part of Marion, was run to Port Huron and Detroit for manufacture, and helped in a large degree to enrich those cities; while that from Austin, Greenleaf, Evergreen, Argyle, Moore and Lamotte was run down the Cass river and west to Saginaw for manufacture, likewise helping to enrich the citizens of that point. The timber from the townships of Delaware, Minden, East Marion, Forester, Sanilac, Lexington, Worth and Buel, was largely manufactured on the shore and at Croswell; and during the period of such manufacture was of material benefit to the new settlers, as well as to the owners of the timber lands and mill owners. But, in the end, every person who made a fortune out of Sanilac county timber, with one exception, removed to more sunny climes. THE PRESS. The Sanilac Leader was the pioneer paper of Sanilac county, having been established at Lexington in 1854 by Joseph C. Wyllis, its publisher and proprietor. The paper when first, started, was Democratic in sentiment, with Free-soil tendencies; but during the struggle in Congress by the Republicans to elect N. P. Banks Speaker in 1855, 1856, the Leader came out squarely as a Republican paper. This paper ably and vigorously advocated the election of Jno. C. Fremont to the presidency; and, it was, no doubt., largely instrumental in changing the political complexion of the county from strongly Democratic to overwhelmingly. Republican. Mr. Wyllis continued the publication of the Leader as a Republican paper until some time during the year 1864, when he removed from the county. The next newspaper was that of the Siznal, which was started as a Democratic paper in 1856 and was published as such until 1858, when the officeoutfit was bought by some Republicans and the name changed to that of the SanilacJefji'rsonian, a Republican paper, under the control of Charles Waterbury, as editor. The Jeffersonian has since passed into the hands of Nims & Beach, afterwards to Watson Beach, and is now published by L. M. Houghton. The Jeffersonian has always been a Republican paper, and has had a decided influence in maintaining the Republican ascendancy in Sanilac county. It has been at all times fairly and honorably conducted, and has a circulation of about 1,000. The publication of the Croswell Democrat was commenced during the month of March, 1I88o. The paper started with a subscription list of about fifty, which was rapidly increased until it now has a list of about Soo. It was first published by Horatio Pratt, and was free-trade, anti-monopolist, semi-greenback, and free-silver coinage Democratic. The Democrat office was burned out in November, 1881. In 1886 the paper was sold by Pratt to Wilford Macklem, who. in turn sold it to Williard Babcock and a Mr. Niles, who are'now (March, 1893), its publishers and proprietors. The paper supported Hancock for the presidency in 1880, and the Union State ticket in 1882, Benjamin F. Butler for the presidency in 1884, and the Union Electoral State ticket, Since i886 the Democrat has supported the regular Democratic ticket. It is fairly well conducted, and is the leading light of the Democratic party in this county. The publication of the iiarlette Leader was commenced during the spring 1878, as a Republican paper, has always been an advocate of the right, and its editorials has treated all public questions fairly and with ability. In its treatment of public men, as wellas political issues, all have been fairly discussed by the Leader during its term of existence. It is. a good local newspaper, and is well worthy of the support it has received at the hands of the public. Its circulation is about 700, and is now independent in politics. The ML/inden Post, a small paper published at Minden, in the northern part of Sanilac county, was established in the year i88I, by J. H. Shults, its present editor and proprietor. This paper claims, as we believe, to be independent in politics. It once obtained the tax printing from Auditor-General Aplin, on the ground of its Republican principles; but, so far as the writer can judge, the paper is Democratic in its tendencies. It receives a fair share of public patronage. The Sanilac Reporter, an offshoot of the Mlinden Post, was first published in 1883, in Port Sanilac. It claims to be independent in politics, and is fairly well supported by the public. The Sanilac County Republican, a Republican paper published at Sanilac Centre, was established in 1886, by -, and has since its commencement been successfully conducted, notwithstanding several changes in editors and proprietors. It is now owned and published by George E. English, who appears a successful manager, a painstaking editor, a vigorous and pleasing writer. Mr. English has succeeded in making the Republican the leading paper of the county, and it is fast becoming a power for good within the county, morally and politically. It has at present, a wide circulation, to which it is fairly entitled, being a neat, clean, readable newspaper, and should be found in every Sanilac county household. The writer bespeaks for the Repuzblican a prosperous future. The Brown City Banner, a newspaper published at Brown City, in the southwest portion of the county, was established in the year- by L. H. Howse. The Banner is a Republican paper, is well conducted and is entitled to liberal support. The writer is informed that it has thus far received a generous patronage, and is now a growing and prosperous enterprise. There have been a few other attempts at newspaper publishing in Sanilac county, which have died natural deaths for want of support within a few weeks or months, hence require no further notice. SANILAC COUNTY IN THE WAR. While the Mexican War was prosecuted to its close, prior to the organization of Sanilac county, yet, what now constitutes Sanilac county did furnish some ten or twelve soldiers for that war, among whom were David E. Buel, Peter Shell, Stephen Thibedeau, Henry Shump, a young man by the name of Holister, and several others whose names are not remembered by the writer. But, when the firing upon the Star of the West, and the further unwelcome news of the attack on Fort Sumter by armed rebels was received, the patriotic fervor was touched, and at the call of the President, a company was raised and their services tendered the Government. The quota was, however, already filled, and not until after the disastrous defeat at Bull Run, and the President's call for 3oo00,000 oomen, was an effort made to raise another company. During the months of September and October Company D, Tenth Michigan, was raised and officered as follows:Captain...........................................Israel H uckins. 1st Lieutenant.................................... H. Nim s. 2d Lieutenant.................................... Geo. W. Jenks. ist Sergeant. Richard Teal. 3

Page  4 SANILAO COU 2d Sergeant..................................Rudolph Papst. 3d Sergeant.......................................C. R. Bunker. 4t Sergeant...................................... W atson Beach. 5tlz Sergeant.................................... Henry W ideman. ist Coporal....................................... W atson Bisbee. 2d Corporal......................................Robert Lewis. 3d Corporal.......................................C. M. Cross. 4th Corporal....................................T. J. Springstein. 5t Corporal.....................................Lemuel House. 6t/ Corporal.................................Stephen R. Moore. Vth Corporal...................... Hugh McCaffery. Many of these officers were afterwards promoted, and a few were assigned to other companies. The company was mustered into service in February, 1862. and left Flint (then place of rendezvous), April 22, 1862, having a full roster of 103 officers and men. The company participated in many battles, was considered as good as any in the regiment, and the regiment as good as any from this State. At the expiration of their term of service, most of the company re-enlisted as veterans until the close of the war. On the 24th of May, 1865, this company, with the regiment, participated in the grand review at Washington, was mustered out of service July 19th, at Louisville, Ky., arrived at Jackson, Mich, on the 22d, and was there paid off and discharged on the ist of August. When a further call by the President for more volunteers was made in July, 1862, setting forth the pressing need for more men at the front, another company was raised in this county, which was Company "K " of the 22d Infantry. Alexander G. Galbraith was Captain of this Company, Henry Briendenback, First Lieutenant, and John A. Simons, Second Lieutenant. The recruiting commenced July I5th. Within six weeks the company was filled to its maximum, and within another week was on its way to Kentucky, and from thence to Tennessee. On the 20th of September, 1863, the regiment was ordered to reinforce Gen. Thomas at Chickamauga, and by 2 o'clock P. M. of that day became engaged in the battle, where the regiment was so badly cut to pieces it was almost annihilated. Subsequently, the fragments left of this regiment was attached to the Engineer Brigade under Gen. William F. Smith until May, 1864, when it was detailed with the 9th Regiment, Michigan Infantry, as Gen. Thomas' Headquarter Guards, with plenty of duty escorting prisoners, guarding trains, etc., during the Atlanta campaign, after which it remained at Chattanooga, in engineer and guard duty, until June 28, 1865, when it was mustered out at Nashville, Tenn. Arriving at Detroit on the 30th, it was there paid off and discharged July iith, its members having performed their duty on all occasions. Sanilac county furnished nearly a company for the 6th Cavalry. Wesley Armstrong, of Lapeer, formerly a resident of Sanilac county, was the Captain of this company; Edward Potter, of Burtchville, St. Clair county, First Lieutenant; and William Creevey and George S. West, of Lexington, Second Lieutenants. The regiment was mustered into service October 13, 1862, having 1,229 men and officers. After the War of the Rebellion had closed, the regiment was ordered t6 Wyoming on an expedition against the Indians, and they carried the first flag that floated over Reno, on Powder river. In all its engagements, the 6th Cavalry lost seven officers and ninety-four men killed, thirteen men died of wounds and 260 of disease. Sanilac county was likewise represented by a number of men in the 2d, 7th, 8th, 14th, 24th and 27th Infantry, and 2d, 3d, 4th, 5th, 8th, ioth and iIth Cavalry regiments. Their valor and steadfastness was none the less noticeable whenever called for service in the field, and the county can review the action of her citizen soldiers with just pride and emotion. CHURCHES. Rev. Thomas Huckins was the first minister of the gospel to enter the wilds of Sanilac County. It was his fortune to preach the first sermon about July i, 1839; also, to solemnize the first marriage ceremony within the county, the contracting parties being James Hughes and Helen Ellsworth. He organized the first church society, and by the aid of this organization he succeeded in building what was then known as the Free-will Baptist Church at Lexington. This was the first church edifice built in Sanilac county, and is now known as the Congregational Church of Lexington. Sometime during the year 1841 a Mr. Noble3 of Port Huron, a Methodist Episcopal clergyman, preached an occasional sermon in Sanilac county; but not until the year 1847 did the Methodist Episcopal denomination extend their circuit into Sanilac county, and not until 1855 did they build their church in Lexington, which was the second church built within the county. The Methodist Episcopal Church now has service in every town in the county, and many of them have costly church edifices. From these beginnings others in due time followed, so that now nearly all, or at least many other, Christian denominations are well represented. The Regular Baptist was next to organize and established a church organization. Rev. Abram Sloat, the officiating clergyman, came into the county in i85o. About the same time Rev. Talmedy Waterbury, of the Congregational Church, located in Sanilac township, and there established a church. Elder Hiram Hayward organized a Christian Church at Amadore, Worth, about this time. Rev. John McClelland, of the United Presbyterian Church, organized a church in Fremont in 1862, and one at Davisville (now Croswell) in 1863. Rev. A. B. Flower, an Episcopal minister, organized the first church of that denomination in the county at Lexington in the year 1868, and another at Croswell at about the same time. The Advents came in the year 1869. Elder George Wright was their first minister, and to his indefatigable industry the society is largely indebted for their growth and present standing. The Roman Catholics, while not on the ground as early as many of the others, have by their energy outstripped all in their growth in this locality, and at this writing (1893), in the opinion of the writer, their members would equal at least one-third of the entire church membership of the county. The Methodist Episcopal rank next in number, while the Presbyterians, Episcopalians, Baptists, Christians, Advents and Congregationalists share the balance nearly equal. EDUCATIONAL. The first settlers of Sanilac county, although not highly educated, were men who appreciated the general school system of the State of Michigan. As soon as a settlement contained a sufficient number of children to warrant the maintenance of a school, a district was organized, school kept for three months, necessary returns made to draw the primary money, taxes voted and assessed for a school-house, and thus fully equipped and maintained a school such as the law directs. The first school in the county was taught in the township of Worth sometime during 1838 in a log house, one mile south of the village of Lexington. The first school-house built was in the northeast corner of the township of Worth, one mile from Lexington, in what was known as the Carrington settlement, in 1840. The next school was organized on the Lapeer road, two and onehalf miles west of Lexington; the next on the Ridge road in the Hyde settlement; and from this time the schools of this county have been carefully cared for, fostered and encouraged, there being now within the county 143 school districts, which maintain a school at least eight months during the year, all of which are well managed and taught by teachers thoroughly qualified. "NTY-CONTINUED. There are within the county some eight or more graded schools, in several of which some of the higher branches are taught, and the entire school property amounts to more than $oo100,Ooo. Lexington has just completed a new school edifice at a cost of $o,ooo, where a corps of able and competent teachers are employed. Professor Naylor being at the head. Twice have the school interests in the Northern and Western townships been sadly crippled. First, during the great forest fires of 1871, when ten school-houses were burned in this county, at a property loss of $4,oo000, and some 300 children were deprived of school privileges for nearly a year. The second disaster was caused by the great fire of 1881, in which the county lost twenty-seven school-houses, distributed as follows:Austin................ 4 Maple Valley........ i A rgyle............... 2 M arlette............... I Delaware........... 2 Marion................ I Elmer................. I M inden............... I Evergreen........... 4 Moore............. I Forester............ I W ashington............ 2 Greenleaf............ i W atertown............ 3 Lamotte.............. 3 By this fire 1,400 children were deprived of school privileges for a considerable time, and some $io,ooo worth of school property was destroyed.. The property loss was largely replaced by the Relief Committee. There is at this time an enrollment of school children of nearly 11,000, and the schools are, as a whole, in a gratifying condition. Sanilac county is not far behind her sister counties in the State, many of which are much older and wealthier communities, as regards the standing of her schools. FOREST FIRES. Sanilac county has passed through two severe trials by fire, known as the great forest fires. In October, 1871, the first of those fires occurred, in which nearly every family north of Croswell and west of Lexington and Worth suffered more or less in loss of crops, buildings, fencing and stock. In not a few cases, human lives was sacrificed, either in the effort to save property or while endeavoring to escape. The fire also destroyed large tracts of valuable timber, consisting of pine, ash, hemlock, cedar and oak. This hastened the cutting of the tracts of timber destroyed. SThe wind having blown down nearly all of the timber killed by the fire of 1871, which had been left standing by the lumbermen, and all this debris having become thoroughly seasoned during the next ten years, this part of the county had become one vast tinder-bed. When the fire was ignited on the 5th day of September, 1881, the wind was blowing a gale and soon scattered fire in every direction. All the west and northern part of the county became one solid burning mass, and if the first fire was disastrous, the second was trebly so. Everything within reach of the fire was consumed, such as houses, barns, stacks of grain, fences, live stock of every description, nearly all of the orchards and of the remaining green timber. Immense suffering was caused to the inhabitants. Over 15o persons were burned to death in Sanilac and Huron counties, some fifty-seven in Sanilac county alone. Had it not been for the relief granted by the benevolent people outside of this county and State, this portion of the county must necessarily have been abandoned by the settlers for the time being. Having been aided by the humane and benevolent, the afflicted inhabitants set to work with a will to repair their losses, and in most cases have succeeded fairly well. Notwithstanding their great losses, the fires in many cases aided the new beginner very materially by subduing the forest and by clearing his land; and it is barely possible that the county is to-day as far advanced as an agricultural county as it would have been had the fires not occurred. Nevertheless, it entailed great losses and suffering, to say nothing of the great loss of life. INDUSTRIES. Agriculture is the principal industry within the county, and the husbandman is perhaps as well paid for his toil here as elsewhere. The soil produces abundant crops of wheat, hay, oats, barley, pease and potatoes. In many instances the yield of wheat is twenty-five to forty bushels per acre, two tons of hay, fifteen to twenty-four bushels, of pease, fifty bushels of barley and other staples in proportion. Apples, pears, plums, cherries, strawberries and many other fruits can be grown with ease and in great abundance. Cattle, horses, sheep, swine and poultry can be raised and profitably kept by the agriculturalist. The other industries of Sanilac county are those mainly incidental to an agricultural community, such as flouring mills, of which there are some ten or twelve; saw mills; several iron foundries; quite a number of saddlery shops; half-a-dozen cheese factories; and two woolen mills. One of these woolen mills is that of Jno. L. Fead, of Lexington, which enjoys a large business and manufactures much durable cloth. There are also quite a number of merchant tailoring establishments, which employ several persons each, and all seem to be prospering. In addition to the industries named there are a number of establishments f6r mending agricultural implements; likewise, numerous contractors and builders of houses. RAILWAY. The only railway which traverses Sanilac county is the F. and P. M. R. R., formerly the Port Hut-on and Northwestern. This railroad was built to Croswell in May, 1879, and was completed to Minden, near the north line of Sanilac county, during the year 188o. The Saginaw Division of this road, which traverses the southwest corner of this county, was built during the years 188o and 1881, and has aided the growth of this county considerably. The Saginaw Division was changed from a narrow to a standard gauge during 1887. The Sand Beach Division still remains a narrow gauge, but, being fairly well equipped, answers every purpose, and is a great convenience to the people of the county, both as regards freight and mail facilities. The writer understands that this road was built at a cost of $14,780 per mile, not including sidings, and that the capital stock of the company was $1,090,000, divided into 1,090 shares. As to whether it has been a paying investment to the builders I am uninformed. GROWTH. At the organization of the county, in 1850, it had a population of 2,112; in 1890, the population was 32,589; and at this writing (1893), the population cannot be less than 34,000. The proceedings of the first Board of Supervisors shows an assessed value of property to the amount of $169,369. The footings of the assessment rolls of the county for the year 1892 show a valuation of $7,415,763, and equalized at the sum of $7,628,1oo00. In 1850, the entire agricultural products of Sanilac county would have hardly been sufficient to support one-quarter of her population. At the present writing she produces sufficient for her own people and exports a very large amount of produce beside. During the year 1892 there was shipped 25,000 tons of hay, 16,ooo to 20,000 barrels of apples, 2oo00,000ooo bushels of wheat, I,000,ooo bushels of oats and 100,000 bushels of barley. Large numbers of horses, cattle, sheep and swine are annually shipped from the county, as well as great quantities of fruit, poultry and dairy products. 4

Page  5 "1 TABLE OF CONTENTS. PREFACE AND SALUTATORY,. SANILAC COUNTY,.... POST OFFICE KEY AND ELEVENTH CENSUS, OUTLINE MAP OF SANILAC COUNTY, TOWNSHIP AND VILLAGE MAPS. GREENLEAP,.... AUSTIN,.... MINDEN,... DELAWARE,.... DELAWARE TOWNSHIP AND VILLAGE P EVERGREEN,. ARGYLE,.. WHEATLAND, MARION,... FORESTER,. LAMOTTE,. MOORE,.... CUSTER,..... BRIDGEHAMPTON,.. MARLETTE,.. I PAGE.. 2 ~ 3 S. 5 ~ 7 *~ 9. II * 13 S. 14 ATS,. 15 S. 17. 19 S. 21 S. 23 24. 27 S29. 31 33 S. 36 PA TOWNSHIP AND VILLAGE MAps--Continued. ELMER,.... WATERTOWN,..... WASHINGTON,..... SANILAC,...... FLYNN,........ -ELK,...... BUEL,... LEXINGTON,..... MAPLE VALLEY,.... SPEAKER,...... FREMONT,...... WORTH,..... VILLAGE MAPS. ELMER AND ROSEBERG,.... MELVIN, FORESTER, RICHMONDVILLE,CHARLESTON, LEXING'rON,.... SANILAC CENTRE,.. MARLETTE,.... GE 39 41 43 46 49 51 53 55 57 59 61 63 15 24 66 69 71 VILLAGE MAPS--Continued. CROSWELL,...... 73 CARSONVILLE,.... '. 75 DECKERVILLE,.... 77 MINDEN,...... 79 FORESTVILLE,..... 8 [ PORT SANILAC,....... 83 BROWN CITY,...... 85 APPLEGATE,..... 87 DOWNINGTON, AMADORE, ARGYLE AND PECK, 89 TYRE,....... 91 PALMS, FREMONT, VALLEY CENTRE AND SPEAKER, 93 GOVER-NMENT LANDS,..... 99 PATRONS' DIRECTORY,.... 103 BUSINESS CARDS,....... 109 GENERAL MAPS. INDEX TO MICHIGAN MAP,.. 119 AND 122 UNITED STATES,...... 124 W ORLD,. -..... 126 I PAGE POST OFFICE KEY. The number used in connection with given in the following:-- the owner's name, on the township maps, represents his Post Office, and corresponds with the number of the Post Office, as I. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6: 7. 8. 9. 10. I I. 12. 13. 14. i5.' 16. Amadore. Applegate. Argyle. Berkshire. Bridgehampton. Brown City. Buel. Banner. Carsonville. Cash. Cedardale. Charleston. Croswell. Cumber. Downington. Deckerville. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30-. 31. 32. East Fremont. Elmer. Falcon. Forester. Forestville. Freiburger. Germania. Greenleaf. Holbrook. Juhl. Lamotte. Leitch. Lexington. Laurel. Marlette. Melvin. 33 -34. 35 -36. 37 -38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. -17. 48. Mills. Minden City. Murray. Omard. Oray. Palms Station. Peck. Port Sanilac. Richmondville. Roseberg. Sanilac Centre. Shabbona. Speaker. Tyre. Urban. Valley Centre. 49. 50, 51. 52. 53. 54 -55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 6o. 61. 62. 63. Wickware. Cass City. Novesta. Ubley. Yale. Index. Deanville. Sharpsville. Saginaw, E. S. Detroit. Lansing. Port Huron. Jeddo. Snay. Hicks. CENSUS OF SANILAC COUNTY. The population of Sanilac County, under the census of June I, 1890, according to the official report of the Superintendent of Census, is as fo llows: SANILAC COUNTY,........ Argyle Township,......... Austin Township,......... Bridgehampton Township,....... Buel Township,....... Custer Township, including part of Sanilac Centre Village Sanilac Centre Village (part of)... Total for Sanilac Centre Village, in Custer and Watertown 1890 32,589 767 1,015 1,479 853 721 101 Townships, Delaware Township,. Elk Township,.. Elmer Township, Evergreen Township,. Flynn Township, Forester Township, Fremont Township,. Greenleaf Township, "Lamotte Township,. x88o 26,341 341 691 1,634 693 262 2,131 1,332 259 215 526 940 1,I88 612 301 1890 l880 Lexington Township, including Croswell and Lexington Villages, 2,602 2,993 Croswell Village,......... 504 447 Lexington Village,......... 712 955 Maple Valley Township, including Brown City Village,... 1,592 939 Brown City Village,......... 352...... Marion Township,.......... 1,837 dI,4I8 Marlette Township, including Marlette Village (a),.... 2,370 1,700 Minden Township, including Minden Village,....... 1,114 871 Minden Village,......... 394 191 Moore Township,......... 883 359 Sanilac Township, including Port Sanilac Village (a),.... 1,889 2,457 Speaker Township,.......... 1,430 1,473 Washington Township, including part of Carsonville Village,.. 1,447 952 Carsonville Village (part of),..... 72...... Watertown Township, including part of Sanilac Centre Village,.. 1.224 500 Sanilac Centre Village (part of)...... 302...... Wheatland Township (e),......... 454...... Worth Township,.......... 1,284 1,554 403 S. 2,178... 1,427 S... 8i6..... 835 S... 889 S933 0.,o95. 8o6 S... 649 a Not separately returned. " d Includes that part given to Wheatland Township in 1881, e Organized in 1881 from part of Marion Township. 5

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Page  9 TownN4N.Pxarii~52E _ _~e -ý -CA,1 /0 M e _ I_-25i 464SIT KL EA P.oU P IN~ke~JS2 - t~ýt 166. -. z~r~ 4" -4 24- /0 r~ ~ 2-2 ttA a j7 -R 4 p6>9 40 Z 4 - 224 -_ _ Js<4f&/ ant. 2 Ceiw ew znk a 2 4-0 yc&25 * 2 2 2 24 1lcl60- _________ __ 410 etne 3vs4; w i iy KS 0 ~~~~ ~5 _____ a-_ ______ _._ 40 24 N0'4 Title: Greenleaf 14N 12E Keywords: Greenleaf P. O.; Huron Co.; Evergreen Tp.; Tuscola Co.; Austin Tp.; D. Morrison; Hugh Ross; C. E. Ruggles; Malcom McEachin; James Galloway; Duncan McLeod; A. McCalhun; Walk; John Sinclair; Blk. Shop & Public Hall; C. McCalhun; James McGilvary; M. McEachim; John McEachin; Aultman Taylor & Co.; Neil McCalhun; Thos. D. Thomson; Alex Mc. McLellan; Waker & Seeley; Mrs. John Dew; A. McLellan; John Duffield; Geo. Henry; E. Duffield; Alex Gillis; John Gillis; A. McEachin; M. Keenoy; James Dew; A. Patrick; Martin Dew; Wm. McArthur; Walker & Seeley; John Gillis; Alex Paul; Alex McCormick; Solomon McIntyre; John Gillis; J. W. Ferguson; R. Arthur; H. Jackson; Mrs. S. Thompson; Robert Thompson; L. McConnell; C. Kittendorf; M. Johnson; H. G. Snover; John Kittendorf; Alvina Kittendorf; H. Kittendorf; Anthony Richardson; F. C. Pruggles; John McDougald; Geo. Lumby; Geo. Mark; Wm. Barnes; F. S. Wheat; John Hillman; Mrs. Neil McEachin; E. P. Foster; D. W. Graham; Robt. Thompson; Angus McDonald; C. Freiburger; James H. Whitsell; C. W. McPhail; Wm. Flint; No. 2; C. McRae; N. G. Decker; Hugh McColl; Effie Taylor; R. R. Noble; D. McColl; Hugh McColl; Mrs. Rolestone; Andrew Patrick; Ephram Herr; Reuben Gaylor; John Gillis; A. Livingston Jr.; James Robertson; Archibald Livingston; John Tanner; Store; Alex Doty; Holbrook P. O.; Alex Cleland; H. Jackson; Store; Geo. Mann; Paul Bando; C. Kivell; Daniel Sommerville; H. Morrish; Geo. A. Price; D. Avery; R. Arthur; Jas. Hewett; Jos. Hewett; Judson Wiley & Judson; Thos. Mann; E. Battle; O. H. Greenleaf; Geo. Peck; John Ritter; Frank Moore; Samuel Leepla; Greenleaf Stock Farm; Andrew Seeger Prop.; McAlpine; J. H. Whitsell; J. F. Seeley; Cass River; Geo. Huff; Chas. Montague; Mrs. S. Wright; H. P. Smith; N. G. Decker; Geo. Hillman; Mrs. S. Wright; Andrew Wilson; Albert Vogel; Nancy Campbell; J. Schmitt; Maple Grove Stock Farm; D. Gilbert Prop.; Wallace Gilbert; A. Gilbert; T. D. Barnes; Robert Cleland; Geo. Byers; J. G. Albraith; Geo. Kivell; J. Henderson; Thos. Dillon; Alex Doty; Thos. Russell; B. Hubble; John Henderson; B. Hubble; Ralph C. Smith; Henry Price; Wm. Simkins; Alex Cleland; J. Hill; B. Birdsell; Mrs. I. Laing; R. Jenereaux; B. Hill; Wm. Hill; A. Hill; Wm. Kivell; John Shewfelt; Peter Sommerville Est.; James Tolbert; John Bordt; John Ball; No. 5; John Striffler; Samuel Striffler; Chris. Seger; W. Wright; P. Wright; Albert Wright; Chas. Montague; Andrew Seeger; Geo. Barnes; H. P. Smith; Harmon Hunt; John Wright; E. H. Pinney; W. L. Webber; L. & S. Bardwell; Wm. Blackmore; E. A. Jones; W. J. M. Jones; D. Howard et al; Z. Wright; S. Bardwell; Allan Barnes; Gregg & Hoyt; A. P. Brewer; Henry Kivell; Seymore Pratt; A. Law; Chas. Sackett; David Hartwick; C. Lang; Kenekajic Stock Farm; John T. Jones Propr; C. L. Messmore; Judson Wiley & Judson; A. McDonald; Mr. Popelton; T. Lonsbury; Wesley Powell; S. Gale; Wm. Wilson; Geo. Cutting; Chas. Montague; Morgan T. Webster; David Jenereaux; Chas. Sackett; Theo. H. Hinchman Trustee; R. Jackson; J. H. Jerome Est.; R. Kelsey; J. H. Jerome Est.; M. Wright; Robt. Irving; Cem.; Thos. Craig; R. W. Vannest; Jas. A. Greenleaf; Wm. Carwell; Mary Nicol; James Brown; Wilcox; F. Howes; Chas. Montague; F. Ball; Mary Waite; G. McConnell; Wm. McConnell; Orlando White; J. C. Laing; G. & C. McConnell; Sarah Wilson; J. B. Tindale; Sarah Wilson; Mrs. Livingston; Mrs. Calwell; Peter Grant; Mrs. S. Leepa; Willett Wright; No. 1; J. B. Tindale; Jas. Tolbert; J. F. Hendrick; Mary Hand; G. Zapee; T. J. Venn; Ewd. Hartwick; Thomas Nixon; Jas. Wilmot; Chas. Montague; J. A. Charlton; E. Lazenby; E. R. Davis; E. Waldon; Ewd. Hartwick; I. Christian; Mary Gordon; Jas. Tolbert; H. P. Smith; E. R. Davis; J. C. Brown; Jas. Tolbert; L. F. Randall; Pricilla Watson; Sidney Davis; John Waldon; Christopher Murphy; H.M. Sansburn; John McPhail; Store; No. 3; Stephen Greenman; Wickware P. O.; E Shop; Geo. Brown; H. B. Burt; Mrs. A. Oliver; Geo. Brown; Wm. Hunter; Hugh E. Hunter; H. E. Hunter; Wm. Carwell; Jas. Hunter; Jas. Hunter; John Hunter; Mr. Popelton; L. Neville; David Merchant; Patrick Neville; Joseph Brown; C. W. Lynd; N. Shagena; M. Quirk; J. M. Blackmer; Judson Wiley & Judson; Isabella Reed; L. McConnell; T. McConnell; J. Hartwick; R. Hartwick; George Bond; Frank Bond; Mark Bond; C. & E. Wright; R. Charlton; Emily Shaw; M. Cridland; S. Ostrander; James Watson; Thomas Nicol; Stewart Nicol; Elizabeth Brown; Wm. Urguhart; Dr. McLane; State Ditch Note: Town 14 N. Range 12 E.

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W a Zee-P/dJ77, 68w,.%L63&.s44- ______ 12ZAC2~j4 '40 s z c 3..r.'3N /&72 *week-t40, 40 46 -K l 222 07' 6212,0 461 UK,9 7169 1-~ 4040 20 2 ZbU 2 771 2/a Ue IK t14 A.-P v- G'Y'-- E. E T P. Title: Austin 14N 13E Keywords: Huron County; Greenleaf Tp.; Argyle Tp.; Minden Tp.; Mrs. J. Kittendorf; Branch Cass River; C. L. Messnore; A. D. Taylor; Jas. Cleland; A. D. Taylor; Judson Wiley & Judson; Philip Stroud; E. Herford; D. O’Connel; R. T. Mercer; Frank Chase; Joseph Mercer; John C. Hacker; Lizzie Treadgold; Wm. Treadgold; L. L. Skinner; John Keeler; Jas. H. Davis; J. M. Jones; S. W. Stroud; Geo. Stroud; A. Guiger Sr.; John Graton; Wm. Davison; Thos. Broadhurst; Thos. Dickinson; Jos. Dickinson; Peter Day; Bruno Gernt; Wm. N. Harrison; Joseph Robottom; Henry McMoran; A. Cuddie; Joseph Cuddie; Wm. Thomas; R. D. McDonald; John Patten; Niggeman & Noble; P. H. & N. W. R. R. Co.; Mrs. O’Sulivan; Al. Reed et al; Tyre P. O.; C. Jones; Peter Sparling; F & P M R. R.; John Getty; J. W. Sparking; Thos. Brockelsby; Bridget Williams; H. J. Rathburn; Allen Cameron; H. J. Rathborn; Wm. Murdock; Robt. Cleland; Alex Cleland; Jas. Cleland; J. Cleland; No 2; A. Kivel; Ann McDonald; M. E. Skinner; Henry Sales; E. Bingham; R. S. Proctor; Thos. Austis; Mary A. Proctor; Simon Proctor; E. Proctor; R. P. Skinner; W. F. Skinner; C. H. E. Skinner; A. Guiger Jr.; Henry Guiger; John Winman; M. C. Skinner; J. F. Herriman; Jos. Dickinson; Thos. Dickinson; Thos. Harrison; E. M. Rosenblatt; Sarah Jenks; Neil McCrary; Margaret Woodcock; Thos. Patton; J. Bizmark; Wm. McCrary; S. Sams; Geo. Bewick; Wm. Thomas; Wm. Jones; A. E. Wheeler; Frank Armstrong; J. M. C. Robinson; Mary Lacroix; No. 4; William Thomas; Wm. H. Thomas; F. L. Wells; Wm. Adamson; A. Sinclair; Peter Sparling; F. L. Wells; Geo. Soule; John Cameron; Jane Fuester; A. W. O’Keef; Peter Sommerville; M. McIntyre; Nancy Backus Est.; E. Logan; John Sommerville; Henry Ewing; J. F. Brown; John Sommerville; R. Cleland; M. E. Skinner; A. D. Taylor; G. A. McDonald; Geo. L. Lee; Joseph Pinkerton; C. A. Boyce; Geo. Corin; W. T. Armstrong; H. J. Rathburn; John Guiger; Cass River; Jos. Bullas; A. Vachowski; W. T. Armstrong; Jos. Scheistel; J. Vachowski; Geo. Rogers; J. B. Herriman; Fred Franzel; Talbot Paving Co.; J. Smith; D. Herriman; Ewd. Hunt Jr.; C. McRae; J. McRae; Alex McRea; C. H. McRae; B Wells; James Soule; W. Morell; Thos. Canham; F. E. Donner; H. G. Snover; J. V. Wichett; W. Celbeck; Ewd. Periso; Chas. French; A. E. Wheeler; Jas. McBroe; John B. Webster; Chas. Messmore; P. Freiburger; Hugh Hill; John Malcho; Chas. Messmore; W. Morell; P. Donnavin; Geo. McDonald; Susan Soule; Wm. Thomas; A. Soal; Joseph Brown; Thos. Brown; Cumber P. O.; Thos. Whitfield; Cheese Fact.; No 3; M. Schiestel; L. Mulloy; M. e. Ch.; T. M. Bradshaw; Blk. Shop; Jas. H. Davis; Moses McCullough; J. F. Brown; C. C. Jenks; L. Bookie; Wm. Starr; J. Bradburn; J. Mahon; Geo. Meredith; Robt. Gray; Alex McKenzie; Robt. Clark; Jas. McMahon; Henry Stiff; Geo. F. Carr; Wm. McRae; Cem; D. McRae; John Franzel; T. Rogers; Town Hall; Jas. Hunt; Wm. Hunt; F. Reehl; H. Reehl; Ewd. Hunt; J. W. Hunt; J. Hunt; Chas. Pollard; Freiburger P. O.; No. 1; H. Reehl; Store; Ewd. Styles; B. Shop; John Peter; Mathias Schalovitz; Peter Flannery; M. Clifford; John Laub; A. Howard; C. Reehl; M. O’Shea; Michael Flannery; Wm. Styles; M. Welsh; Jas. Freiburger; Wm. H. Styles; Wm. Hall; A. Gregor; J. Brown; David Schell; Hugh McKenzie; John B. Pettinger; J. H. Nesbit; Alex McKenzie; Store; U. P. Church; Wm. H. York; State Ditch; R. Lowe; Allan Shelden; W. Meredith; Alex A. Ewing; Geo. McDugald; A. Crouthers; Geo. Hiller; Geo. McDugald; Alex McKethen; B. Reehl; W. Peter; E. Meredeth; J. M. Meredeth; E. E. Hunt; C. Meredeth; Joseph Morell; Daniel Morell; John S. Peter; Joseph Peter; Blk Shop; Joseph Trudean; Constantine Peter; S. Peter; Wm Hunt; P. Freiburger; B. Shop; A. C. Graham; John Peter; F. Sauerbier; Geo. Reehl; M. O’Shea; Flumerfelt McCoy & Ayer; B. Gruber; C. Montague; Michael O’Shea; M. O’Shea; Michael Welsh; Wm. Hall; E. Gregeur; Spring; Miss A. Pack; E. Gregeur; Joseph Brown; State Ditch; J. Swartz; Wm. Robinson; Geo. Robinson; Saml. Robinson; John Robinson; Mrs. C. Johnson; R. Lowe; John Lowe; M. Hawksworth; Joseph Lowe; Geo. Lowe; Duncan McDugale; Oliver Walker; Chas. Lowe; Jas. Tolbert; J. Pettinger; W. A. Walker; Mary Livingston; Linus Walker; Walter Walker; A. McKeithen; D. McDugale; Arch McPhail Sr.; P. Trudeau; Mrs. C. McCarty; Peter Guiger; Joseph Franzel; N. Trudan; L. Luice; H. Ankerbrand; Mrs. D McPhail; D. McPhail; J. Gruber; A. C. McPhail; M. Franzel; Ewd. Orr et al; Avery Heins; Gratz Bros.; F. Kreimbring; Allan Shelden; S. C. & F. Tewksbury; Avery Heirs; J. & J. J. Atkinson; G. D. Shaft; A. Engle; H. McMoran Note: Town 14 N. Range 13 E.

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' - I - f 9'tic/zcizoi 2Ltz'ckcrJ Cr574 a V Kx I ____ I c"' ' - In K *~ O'Cormcr f/f la-c JitiAtiCaA'Ktv I 80 _________ jWadcieift Bridgct iYLccrczY{ ITT to I Tc/y'pJ)vcc1cu K Vt ci, Inca Iroacult //io _____ ______ ___ MARQUETTE V K AVA~liccsla 'fecccnaiZ * P --------- ----'--- oL.Prcctpr J Slicit A '4/ I WioiLcluir/a ~ tI-i Title: Minden 14N 14E Keywords: Huron County; Austin Tp.; Delaware Tp.; Wheatland Tp.; A. Gunning; Jacob Bezmak; Peter Sparling Jr.; Mary Murray; Mrs. J. Ryckham; A. Ossoki; Geo. Collegeski; P. Poleski; David Black; John Zulka; J. Rutkoski; J. Bezmack; J. S. Sedina; Frank Kolar; Chas. Ryckman; Wm. Ryckman; Jas Ryckman; J. J. Swiercz; G. Pelot; John Pelot; Lewis Ziski; John Braker; F. Braker; Henry Gretz; Frank Kolash; Peter Grifka; T. Osentoski; J. Rumptz; W. Fisher; J. Stomach; J. Anderson; Abe Harris; W. L. Wilson; Frank Moi; Peter Kipper; Mrs. A. Partika; Chas. Abram; Norman Burley; Wm. Proctor; Michael Cully; F. O. Hetfield; Minden City; P. O.; N. Dumond; C. Messmore; F. Kremer; L Kremer; J. McCoy; Bridget Mooney; J. Washkoski; J. Shock; Rosa Potts; J. Shock; E. Proctor; John McCoy; C. Kinder; Leonard Yager; Flint and Pere Marquette Rail Road; Fred. L. Wells; Geo. Soule; F. Kolar; Albert Pack; Albert Kanaba; Jas. Bezmack; Mrs. A. Foster; Joseph S. Sedina; Geo. Copland; Mrs. A. Fisher; John O’Rourke; Mrs. M. A. O’Rourke; F. D. Parry; No. 3; John Woodwaski; Peter Grifki; Silas Arnot; T. Moss Est.; C. Messmore; J. Bumptz; John Fisher; Jos. Parlika; Alex Lipski; Daniel Gibbard; D. & J. Lloyd; Mrs. C. Baer; Mrs. Lawrence; Joseph Murdock; Frank Dean; John Burke; Philander Dean; P. Sullivan; Brick Yard; John O’Connor; Wm. Hayward; Michael O’Connor; L. Walsh; Bridget Mooney; Bank; John Murdock; David Murdock; Mrs. Fannie McDonald; J. Washcoski; A. Seaman; Woodchiski; Wm. Seaman; Mrs. E. Cowlan; Pat. Donavan; E Palms Est; A. Montgomery; Judson Wiley & Judson; Wm. Dawson & W. L. Jenks; F. Palms Est.; Nothing of Record; Wm. Donnor; Chas Postle; Geo. Copeland; J. Pelot; G. Pelot; A. Kolar Jr.; Thos. Murdock; Joseph Murdock; Isabella Thayer; Dannis Delaney; Fred Wells; John Darcy; Wm. Hayward; Mary Lavine; Thos Gibbard; Henry Gibbard; Thos. Murdock; J. Gibbard; Michael Donnelon; T. F. O’Rourke; John Mullett; John Riley; Richard Sullivan; Peter Deegan; Bridget E Higgins Est; Jas. Higgins; John Higgins; Wm. Conway; M. Conway; D. Korrell; N. Freiburger; F. Palms Est; Isabella Thayer; W. L. Bancroft; F. L. Wells; J. Murdock; Adelia R Tucker; A. R. Tucker; O. B. Clark; Mills & Gaige; C. D. Thompson; Mary Lavine; Chas. D. Thompson; Wm. Horan; S Cain; John Lavin; Jas Higgins; Thos. Brady; John Brady; John Smith; Wm. McDonald; Wm. Conway; Annie Romczick; R. C. Church; Wm. Hall; Joseph Freiburger; Peter Eurley; F. Palms Est.; Black River; J. M. Gaige; Frank Lawrence; Mills & Gaige; M Darlington; J. J. Gallagher; Chas. D. Thompson; P. Gallagher; C. D. Thompson; P. McCaferty; T. F. O’Rourke; Wm. Duggan; F. McQuade; Mrs. F. Moore; F. McQuade; Jas. Mullett; Wm. Conlogue; P. McCafferty; Thaddeus O’Hara; R. C. Church; Rila Smith; Mary Deegan; Jane Harrison; F. Palms Est.; Alice M. McDonald; Allen Shelden; Frank Lawrence; Mills & Gaige; T Moss Est; Mary Deegan; Mrs. Harry Fitzpatrick; R. Darlington; T. Moss Est; M. Darlington; Mrs. Margaret Moore; A. Hayman; Judson, Wiley & Judson; James Burtenshaw; Mills & Gaige; H. Thayer; Grace Soule; Jos. Condon; Wm. T. Lyons; Mrs. Ellen Thompson; Neil Gray; Wm. Thompson; John Dyer; John Gary; Palms P. O.; Flint and Pere Marquette R. R. Note: Town 14 N. Range 14 E.

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Jra w a3S~mird ^ ^rh^ ^ '^ ez a^ Q ' *^ ~ "^./ ^-~~7 -r^^S4O ^- ^^7 ^< ^'^ fff ^%3/ ^z// ^ ^? ^~ "^ Leic..,. ^- /- ^ b. ^ ~ *^' * z/. n.2/7 -/-2 '^. ^ -VT-~-\O^^. ** -^4 WmirL I. ^Tz ^;^ - -2 ^.Sf ~?/ rsZ ^ ^. '.^'' T'.R.' -- / '^ 2. ~ -- *^ *t.^ ~\ - ~ ^ - T t ' / I j Rl a( 7<^. '. ^. ^ o sr MT W o ' otj ^ ^ ^ Vcrt-Wm sc~f e~^-^^ -Wvdi^^. ^. ^:^ ^ -^ ^-~z V s ^ '10440^ 4 P^ 1 I | - ---- < -------, i a __ -^ --^ -._ g^ ^ ^ ^ ^ _____________________g *S ^^ t / "S^?---- B B. i^, aeaoz^ ^ % B~t5;~S ^ zaya- /' y aaj~jr ^ai -i- tea-.^ -,^,, v'^'i. I -S9 * ^ -yjr-'^,f J \w7,i1 Title: Delaware; Map of the Village of Elmer City,; Village of Roseburgh, 14N; 12N 15E; 16E; 13E Keywords: Huron County; Lake Huron; Minden Tp.; Marion Tp.; Forester Tp.; Christina Vogel; L. Kremer; J. Voyt; C. Gunther; Chas. Schrader; C. E. Schrader; F. Schumacher; A. Helig; R. Heilig; T. Brodbdck; T. Brodback; Valentine Roth; L. Kremer; R. Heilig; H. Schmidt; L. Canham; V. Clor; T Brodback; Florence Block; W. B. Thompson; Silas Merrills; S. M.; M. Ridley; C. Clor; Louis Clor; Chas. H. Kelley; E. Stein; A. Moses; Mrs. Cowley; W. Block; Geo. Wade; W. Block; Barney Messing; Wm. Smith; Daniel Schwigart; John Hunsinger; G. Staudacher; J. J. Buhl; T. Schweigart Sr.; H. Kelley; Wm. Kelley; J. Michaelsky; Wm. Uridge; Peter Shebrosky; John Clove; T. Schweigart Jr.; Chas. Lase; F. Kirsch; L. Wittman; H. Tenbusch; N. M. Ackerman; F Summers; H. Thompson; Mrs. S. Tredge; H. Gebhardt; Theo. Schuttes; Geo. Thompson; Chas. Engel; Jas. Maloney; Wm. Graves; A. Schafler; H. Reiche; Henry Reiche; M. Artman; A. Artman; H. Reiche; L. Tatten; Fred. Schroder; C. Zwicloof; Adam Miller; Mrs. H. Bremer; Chas Engel; Jas. Maloney; Annie Todd & Elizabeth Aitken; Chas. Kohl; Paul Philippi; Frank Potz; A. Wahla; Jos. Parkinson; A. H. Jenks; Henry Koon Est.; Thos E Potts; William Landman; W. Gebner; A. Heilig; G. Schweigart; E Seaman; Michael Yager; Geo. Pell; Martin Oswald; C. Oswald; John Uhl; Mrs. C. Oswald; A. Amen; W. Bostwick; Wm. Friedrich; B. Kelley; No. 2; Thos. Canham; J. W. Kelley; Wm. Bostwick; Adam Hennika; A. Bruderick; Chas. Bruderick; C. Wahl; A. Canham; W. B Thompson; Jas. Mahon; Geo. Mahon; Jas. Goodwin; C. Cummings; D. Cummings; Ewd. Mahon; James Cole; Wm. Heiden; C. H. Smith; Mill Pond; J. Lavendosky; No. 4; Wm. Smith; J. T. Bennett; L. Dummings; A. Witt; Charleston P. O.; T. L. Ward; John Best; Mrs. Clare Cole; Daniel Bennett; Charles Graves; Chas. Graves; Jas. Cox; Peter Croft; Albert Schubel; Hartman Rauh; William Graves; Henry Reiche; F Reiche; F. J. Purman; A. Miller; G. Wagner; Cheese Factory; Evan Ch.; G. Rudel; H. Kirsten; Chas. Rauh; H. Rauh; Wm. Graves; F. L. Farber; A Riedel; H. Kolz; Hotel; Ch.; Blk Shop; Adolph Riedel; A. Hauser; Robt. Goetz; F. Reiche; Chas. Kohl; C. Boerner; O. Weber; N. C. Potts; Mrs. Wahl; Franz Hiller; E. Schoen; H Siegert; G. Lentz; A. Schretter; A. Riedel; Forestville P. O.; J. Merredith; J. Thompson; Ephram Yager; H. Hennika; B. Hennika; L. Uhl; F. Uhl; Geo. Halifax; L. Halifax; Henry Harris; H. Kurschinsky; Robt. Kerbyson; R. Treaschman; John Kerbyson; G. Halifax; C. H.; Henry Halifax; Chas. Halifax; Wm. Halifax; A. Schneidenbach; F. Schneidenbach; A. Hennika; A. Wetzel; L. School; G. Luskowsky; John Schalka; J. Dimonosky; C. Oswald; M. Bahl; C. Hurschinsky; Chas. Bruderick; Ewd. Mahon; Frank Oswald; John Oswald; Mrs. Jas. Cleland; Julius Strohschein; J. Best; T. L. Ward; Mill; Thomas L. Ward; F. Reich; Wm Leng; Robt. Varty Brick Yard; C. Gerstenlaner; F Meizner; F. Schroeder; Wm. Heiden; Chas. Klaus; J. Regentin; A. Marriott; C. Bremer; John Saumsie; R. J. Nye Est.; Richard Nye Sr.; Evan Ch.; A. Popp; Mrs. H. Geck; Mrs. C. Brumm; Saml. Treace; F. Galke; Cheese Factory; C. Boerner; S. Treace; A. Stopp; Wm. Wendt; R. Noark; F. L. Farber; Ch.; Blk Shop; L Propty; E Matthess; G. Umbreit; H. Umbreit; A. Stopp; Frank Geier; M. Reuter; A. Matthes; C. H. Weber Sr.; Fred Starke; F. Rusetzki; J. Gloger; A. Potz; Mrs. F. Wahla; A. Schabitzer; C. Galoschwsky; A. Schreiter; C. Leonhardt; John Peitel; Mrs. F Wahla; Mrs. L. Wahla; Wm. Bahrisch; M. Reuter; Mrs. D. O. Jenkins; G. Bahrisch; Cem; J. Hughes et al; R. Braeck; E. Hintz; Wm. Uhl; Philip Roth; F. Pedse; John Higgins; Mrs. P. Higgins; Alex McDonald; L. Halifax; H. Halifax; Joseph Oswald; John Kain; McDonald Est.; Wm. Hunt; Jos. Weir; J. Feurey; Jos. Roth; Wm. Clary; J. Sullivan; John Oswald; Jos. Uhl; Dennis Clary; Michael Clary; Store; Wm. Robertson; A. Hoffman; Henry Suhr; Wm Kerbyson; Mrs. R. Varty; Mrs. Jas. Cleland; John Abend; Franz Reich; Wm. Regentin; Henry Gurnack; H. Dreher; Louis Abend; J. Abend; L. Abend; Wm Hitschens; Gus. T. Kunze; T. Ramisch; F. Reich; Fred Seltz; C. H. Weber; F. Stalzki; R. Noark; G. Kunze; Geo. Metzki; Wm. Harnisch; Otto Bisnack; Thos. Ramisch; H. H. Hopp; Geo. Dinst; J. Geck; Otto Bisnack; F. Schroeder; John Pohl; F. Kunze; F. Geier; Mrs. J. Coppel; Fred. Schiller; John Mulldoon; Henry Wooley; Ewd. Schmidt; E. Wendt; H. Hopp; Fred. Scharf; R. Wendt; M. Bacher; A. Potz; F. & G. Schmidt; J. R. Schmidt; Jas. Galbraith; A. Quast; T. Baumont; G. Schmidt; Wm Graichen; H. Graichen; T. Moran; K. Wischman; F. Wagner; F. Yarnisch; J. Hintz; C. Behnke; Fred Wagner; Mrs. J. Puschman; Michael Dyre; Wm. O’Mara; Wm. McDonald; John Kain; John Hunt; M. Brophy; H. Thayer; Mrs. McNamara; H. Kurschinsky; John Hunt; John Mahon; No. 6; Albert Moore; J. Warschinsky; M. Turk; A. Dike; C. Warschinsky; Martin Ruger; Chas. Wolf; A. Gillies; M. Flannigan; S. Kain; S. C. & F. Tewkbury; F. Wolf; Barney Molloy; Ewd. Molloy; Wm. Kerbyson; Mrs. Medd; I. Varty; J. Varty; Wm. Varty; Jos. Varty; Henry Wolf; I. Varty; Mrs. C. Snay; John Yager; Snay P. O.; John Ogden; Mrs. C. Snay; John Yager; Mrs. Fred Quader; F. Snay; John Frothingham; S. Armstrong; John Armstrong; Henry S. Mills; Mrs. H. Mills; Barney Geleace; A. Morasky; A. Ahner; Fred. Lase; Wm. Hoppenworth; W. Klopstein; C. Brant; F. Quader; Wm. Brandt; David D. Oughton; David Oughton; Wm. Oughton; Richard Humble; Fred. Brandt; Louis Wilke; O. Muenz; C. Brandt; John Martz; C. B. Swigley; Robt. Crabb; R. Vaughn; John Martz; F. Reave; Jas. Callaghan; R. Rudolph; Jas. English; R. Vaughn; John Muldoon; No. 3; H. Badgero; Truman Badgero; J. Galbraith; L. Ouast; K. Wischman; H. Breidenbach; H. Badgero; A. Wismer; H. Wismer; W. Boots; B. Greichen; Ch.; Wm Boots; J. Wismer; L. Quast; H. Breidenbach; H. Breidenbach; Jas. Donlan; N. O. Thayer; Geo. Thayer; B. L. Thayer; Mrs. A. Lawrence; Wm. Culver; Joseph Sayer; M. Brophy; Halsey; Thayer; John Hunt; Stephen Nix; Alex Glinney; Jeff Nix; A. Sawyer; D. Richards; Jas. Erard; A. Sawyer; Edw. Poole Sr.; Harry Poole; Daniel Youngs; Jos. Rosenkrant; Jas. Thompson; Daniel Tanton; T. H. Tanton; Wm. H. Varty; J. J. Varty; J. Varty; Henry Varty; Michael Gregan; Richard Hunt; Smith Lapp; Jos. Werle; Wm. English; A. Pohl; R. Pohl; J. Frothingham; Christ. Boughman; G. Letka; Frank Miller; John Ogden; B. Ogden; Wm. J. Marks; Henry Curts; R. Pohl; A. Pohl; B. Pohl; C. Fanning; F. Bootz; B. Ogden; Thos. Kaig; Mrs. Chas. Bootz; F. Hadrick; A. Salke; Robt. Brown; Mrs. A. Dobson; Oliver Ross; J. Christopher; F. Reave; R. Baumeister; Wm Letka; A. Salka; W. C. G. Letka; A. Riedel; F. Schnell; John English; Jas. Smiley; Henry Martin; F. Bootz; Jas. Moore; A. Salka; Geo. Young; Fred. Lessel; H. Lessel; Mrs. J. Wilsey; M. Robison; Wm Irving; P. Wilsey; F. Boots; Wm. Graves; Sec. 33; Sec. 34; Edw. Hilborn; Cheese Factory; Town Line; E. Hilborn; I. Dingman; Baptist Ch. Propy; J. Nixson; M. E. Church; A. Purdy; Hotel; W. D. Ragan; D. Boyd; B. S. S.; N. Stanton; Dr. Wallace; I. Little; L Hyslop; Store; Town Hall; Store; Geo. Preston; Store & P. O.; Maccabee Hall; Harness Shop; Geo. Gillitt; M. E. Ch.; J. Aitkin; Blk. Shop; A. Pettis; P. Ribble Note: Town 14 N. Ranges 15 & 16 E.; Town 12 N. Range 13 E.; Fremont Twp.

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Page  19 TownI3.aglE scale)-,0 c7lza Ls /06A TL^ * **_________ R E E N. L 'E A. I -~ ~ ~ M -71,"72L" ^ r ' ^ ^ ^ I' "" 1 " ^ | '7.7r^7V7L ^0^^ -y. WC^^0'^'7-e1 ^ i b. 1V BLrI^ ^ CO-S1,07- "^ -, *.l. B a.r ^^ | ^ ^- S J 40 ^' 607/ ^ ^ *. ^- ^^ WHL. ~ 8 J.________ A. CcL _ -e -.__________ ______ _ ^ _ ^.L ^ ^ -^J --- rr ---- ~~ --- T. -.T /,^ ^s -,^ g -;- 4PzYZ77Ze7^ ^ *I A/ 7.S -40 * ^ *de.^ '^ ~ osi J ^W - h?.ezo p 80v ^ ~ ^ I ^S ' I II A ' ^ S " i ~<'A y ^ c-. frd^-y 77. ^ -eI s ~ | ~^T^ ~ ^ T * ~ ~ ~ ~ Z do--.* ^- f ^ 'f9 4 r \ y ^ *, r^ ~, ^ 4 ' v 9?* 100 O\^^-.? ^ e. ^ ' ^ ^^.Q^ SaJ..~~~~~~-7d 6--14 r ^ ^ - ^ ^^ ^ 4 ( ^ __ ^. 8 v____ ^^ '^iAdr co 180-<;'!.r3Yffsi ^ ^ I^%w-JL.MQ e. ^^ r'frk - ^]~~~~~~~~~, 0..A S ^^^ ^^-*,s^ 7 * ^ ^1 * 8 0 S ^^ ^- -- -J ------- ''^^ -e- 1_^ L vi-rrfS. _____ ^ ~ ^ ---00-- Title: Evergreen 13N 12E Keywords: Greenleaf Tp.; Tuscola County; Argyle Tp.; Lamotte Tp.; I. Warren; Geo. McConnell; Gaffney & Scloss; J. G. Hubinger; E. Castor; Jas. Bowden; Geo. Krapf; J. S. Darling; O. Warren; J. P. Howe; H. McCallum; C. I. Cook; J. S. Darling; E. & W. H. Gardner; I. Warren; L. E. McConnell; John W. Blades; Avery Heirs; Thos. McConnell; H. Biglow; A. Rawley; Jas. Bowden; Jas. Castor; John Castor; Geo. Palmer; W. McCool; James I. Fisher; G. McKee; Wm. Bond; John Watson; G. A. Chapman; Robt. Kile; H. M. Sansborn; D. M. McQueen; Ann Haggerty; D. Urquhart; Henry Davis; J. Brown; Josiah Bond; Thos. A. Sandham; J. & W. Marshall; Robt. Brown; S. H. Brown; R. Willis; A. Vader; Joseph Bond; S. Stroud; Mrs. McDonald; W. S. Tennant; D. McArthur; R. Agar; Cass River; F. Coultand; R. Cragg; Andrew Meddaugh; W. S. Tennant; W. J. Waterman; J. Caswell; John Towle; T. Moss Est.; S. Chambers; Isaac Bullock; J. Fitch; Geo. Fitch; B. Reeves; C. Wells; R. H. McInnis; R. Willis Avery Heirs; C. W. Shipley; Chas. Chace; Jas. Payne; T. E. Pringle; J. G. Hubinger; Douglas McTavish; F. Palms Est.; John Irvine; J. Benson; J. Hillman; Geo. Hebenton; Wm. Turnball; Geo. W. Hebenton; Lorimer Bros.; Jas. McQueen; M. J. Davis; Wm. Marshal; No. 4; Jas. Marshal; Mrs. M. Balkwell; Jas. McQueen; Jos. Simmons; Hay Creek; J. Reagh; Wm. Loney; Stover & Stover; John Carruthers; Avery & Murphy; J. Mitchell; T. Moss Est.; F. Lawrence; J. D. Leitch; J. Schwartz; O. Atwell; Isaac Cragg; E. Atwell; J. C. Wheler; S. Frank; G. F. Darling; J. McInnis; No. 3; P. Mark; M. E. Matureau; John Wells; John Kitchen; A. Kitchen; C. Schiller; Sarah A. Agar; F. Palms Est.; G. F. Collins; R. Willis; J. M. kane; H. Auslander; N. Judson et al; Geo. W. Burk; R. Coulter; F. Auslander; D. E. Harris; Geo. W. Bartle; Judson Wiley & Judson; Adolph Auslander; Geo. Lewis; Avery Heirs; R. Menery; R. McConnell; Wm. Bullis; South Branch Cass River; J. Nichols; W. J. Bullis; Jas. Dunlap; H. P. Smith; R. Menary; Annie Henry; Edw. Henry; T. E. Heron; John McCool; H. W. Holland; Michael Grace; Joseph Brown; John McQueen; David McQueen; M. Cook; Ralph Washburn; Frank Deneen; David Clark; Edgar Preston; J. C. Agar; John McHugh; Walter Haln; John McLean; Alfred Brown; D. P. Deming; Chas. Stone; C. Harrington; O. Brestup; M. Harrington; Saml. Mitchell; P. Sharrard; J. Sharrard; H. Camsell; Thos. W. Stitt; M. M. Stone; Geo. W. Burk; Alex Shaw; H. A. Hicks; Jas. Ryckman; Shabbona P. O.; Mrs. Calhoune; John Atkins; H. Brooks; Sasis Brooks; P. C. Phillips; Geo. H. Jones; Store; Wm. Johnson; J. Davis; Jas. Pangman; Wm. Johnson; Silas Bonney; J. B. Proctor; Alice G. Proctor; F. Parott; G. B. Gotham; John Davis; A. Lorentzen; A. Swartout; Alex McLarty; T. & W. Hoagg; John Turner; J. A. McDonald; Geo Leach; E. H. Pinney; M. Walsh; James Puterbaugh; W. E. Warner; Jane Walsh; M. McDonald; Lewis W. Phillips; Dugald McLarty; D. Henry; James Copp; Novesta P. O.; O. E. Niles; E. Patch; John D. Allen; Chas. S. Wheaton; J. Wintworth; No. 2; Isaac T. Beach; Alex Hamilton; Wm. E. Holcomb; B. Wilkinson; E. Jones; J. G. Hubinger; E. Biddle; T. Moss Est.; Mrs. E. Lidister; H. Atfield; Wm. Lutz; John Chapman; Jerome Shaw; I. Warren; David Hillaker; T. Moss Est.; J. G. Hubinger; E. P. Sears; J. Bingeman; Mrs. J. A. McLennan; Henry Vannorman; B. S. S.; Store & Hall; W. J. Keyworth; Saw Mill; Amasa Brown; Saw Mill; Store; E. Phetteplace; No. 1; Benj. F. Phetteplace; L. Waun; A. Libkumann; Saml. Hyatt; T. J. Young; August Libkumann; Mrs. H. Converse; Wm. Carghill; Allan Shelden; S. C. & F. Tewksbury; I. Howey; R. Willis; Allan Shelden; John Rust; Wm. E. Warriner; Wm. Patch; Albert Bartlett; J. J. Robinson; Betsey A. Robinson; Wm. Sanborn; White Cr.; Sanborn & White; Geo. Stock; L. R. Marsh; R. Allen; Nicholas Harrison; F. F. & E. Barber; C. N. Harrington; S. Sanster; Geo. Collins; Wm. H. Learn; R. Willis; T. Moss Est.; T. Robinson; C. L. Messmore; John Atkins; Asa McGregeor; Allan Shelden; J. G. Hubinger; Henry Phillips; H. S. Wait; Albert Phillips; J. C. Osborne; Henry McLaren; Henry Leslie; Riverside Stock Farm; Roderick Cameron; H. Leslie; Wm. Cameron; Peter Leslie; Henry Leslie; Davis Leslie; John E. King; Judson Wiley & Judson; Mrs. Travis; D. Leslie; R. Donaldson; J. C. Clark; H. Wrathell; J. Moss Est.; J. E. King; J. Sanborn et al; W. P. Irwin; J. Sanborn et al; H. A. McElhinney; E. A. Ripley; S. C. & F. Tewkbury; S. Curtis; M. L. Gage; Wm. Sanborn; J. E. Murdick Note: Town 13 N. Range 12 E.

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I 1 J Jo/tm CA/Nt /0 66Vox t%./P o- Ar/ K. icd 4zczo S7ii& c/cd ur-,-aiaw7'72507 U40 Ye67-4'jO5 f/P: 4 4 ~___{40-4 J..40 44-00(arj0 4 49010.40, 40 e sa/V~ 04 40 4 400 j0 019 kc9 4~0 f4 0. <40 3tz 3 -g%.,4Q> 40IP 74 /3 200 losC 20 40 Xrcr]Iie-rs40 Ar~b//s 160 Ics It /20 Sm9S 40 Z40a 3 i~3 Bt? n% 90 (I. 40 T$.iasm1 f-ý 1Is___________ _____ _____ ____________ 4 40- at.4-0 40 jei -s. - [4-0n so04 40&Ko/tj,~4 -,/0 4#o - _ lv H H" z _xf.10 0. ll- E P 10 1 - Title: Argyle 13N 13E Keywords: Austin Tp.; Moore Tp.; Wheatland Tp.; Evergreen Tp.; Cass River; Wm. McKenzie; T. Moss Est.; Frank Lawrence; Avery Heirs; R. Willis; Ewd. Willerton; A. Macklem; Joseph Gage; Judson Wiley & Judson; John Klein; F. & C. Patterson; D. McLane Jr.; Duncan McLane; J. G. O’Neil; Jas. McLane Jr.; John McLane; Dugald McIntyre; No. 1; Jas. McLane Sr.; Geo. Rose; Duncan McLane Sr.; D. McDugald; A. McPhail; Avery Heirs; Catherine McPhaile; J. Stevenson; D. Kitchen; Avery Heirs; Catherine McPhail; Jas. Barnes; Elias Smith; Wm. McArthur; J. Shagena; J. Krummenacker Jr.; John Lince; Mary E. Laub; A. Lamb; Chas. M. Smith; John Litt Sr.; J. Krummenacker Sr; L. H.; Jos. Holistin; J. Shagine; Joseph Herr; Flumerfelt McCoy & Ayer; C. Reinholtz; J. Shagine; Emil Karl; John Litt Jr.; Avery Heirs; S. C. & F. Tewksbury; J. W. Spencer; C. W. Arndt; F. L. Wells; S. E. Eaton; Moss & Mills; T. Moss Est.; R. Willis; Avery Heirs; H. A. Howey; Judson Wiley & Judson; R. Willis; Avery Heirs; J. Willerton; John Austin; R. Brooks; John Brooks; John Star; James Star; Geo. Rose; R. Graybill; Saw Mill; A. J. McLachlin; Avery Heirs; M. Logan; Linas Walker; W. A. Stevens; Philip Mathews; Harlan Patterson; Geo. Stevenson; Linas Walker; Alex King; Solon Patterson; Herbert Buchner; Mary C. Powell; Ambrose Hardell; Saw Mill; J. Seder; Barbra Seder; Argyle P. O.; F. Darr; John Little; Marion Peeters; Isaac Seder; Mary Seder; J. McNaughton; Henry Foot; Andrew McLachlin; L McLachlan; Geo. Gister; David Spaetzel; M. V. Wixson; Fred. Redinger; J. B. McLachlan; Daniel Nehmer; Judson Wiley & Judson; Flumerfelt McCoy & Ayer; Wm. Dawson; Moss & Mills; W. Flynn; Thos. Flynn; Walter Deforest; M Jhiry; S. Gibbs; W. Graham; T. Sutherland; C. Peter; W. Reinelt; Geo. Simpkins; Jannette Hillman; D. McLarty; S. Ostrander; V. Chase; R. D. McDonald; Isaac Henry; Avery Heirs; J. V. Vatters; Andrew McLaughlin; John Willerton; Murphy & Avery Heirs; R. Willis; Murphy & Avery Heirs; Avery Heirs; R. Willis; Flumerfelt & McCoy & Ayer; B. McGarry; David Ingles; N. Vatters Sr.; Hotel; Frederick Vatters; Darr Brothers; Michael Herdel; H. Vatters; N. Vatters Jr.; N. Lang; No. 3; Wm Franzel; Wm. Hartle; Hubbard & King; James Tolbert; Wm Miller; H.H. Tyrel; Wm. Cole; Moss & Mills; John Pratt; Geo. Wann; J. Thayer; F. L. Wells; Judson Wiley & Judson; Cyrus Roy; No. 5; Wesley Reinelt; Wm. Orton; Gilbert Peeters; L. Strave; Moss & Mills; R. Willis; Murphy & Avery Heirs; John Sanderson; Ewd Anon; Albert Wheeler; John Hearonemus; Wm. Dawson; J. M. Sanburn; H. P. Smith; Fred Darr; Avery Heirs; Wm. O. Fullmer; Hubbard & King; James Hutson; H. Scriver; Geo. Scriver; D. Angebrant; T. Kilbourned; Wm. Behr; Mrs. A. Grob; L. Clark; Wm. Armsted; Luth. Ch.; E. P. Mills; Hubbard & King; Philip Vatters; G. Langenburg; Wm. Cross; Jacob Peeters; Louis Shagine; J. D. Paidi; Murphy & Avery Heirs; Moss & Mills; John W. Clark; Murphy & Avery Heirs; Jas. Smith; R. Wilkie; O. B. Clark; Frank Pratt; F. Krause; Sanborn Est.; Wm. Morrison; J. Schultz; A. Smith; Ewd. Crawford; Albert A. Wheeler Prop.; No 2; A. A. Wheeler; Elem Grove Stock Farm; J. Graham; S. Hartie; Ida Denel; Martin Kroetsch; Murphy & Avery Heirs; Jas. Brogh; Philip Kroetsch; No Record; John Hutson; Wm. Armestead; S. Winderburger; J. Stephenson; John Shine; Chas. Schooler; Robt. Patton; Sarah Stevens; Ralph Stevens; Saw Mill; M. Badgerow; W. S; H. Robinson; Hunters Home Stock Farm; F. Kretzman Prop.; Maple Grove Stock Farm; Peter Freiburger; No. 4.; Geo. Smith; Geo. Morrison; Blk Shop; M. F. Smith; B. Lindner; Ambrose Kroetsch; R. Willis; Geo Price; Robt. Scollay; T. Moss Est; Archy King; Hubbard & King; Moss & Mills; R. Willis; Murphy & Avery Heirs; Jas. Somerville; D. Delaney; Wm. Teets; Flumerfelt McCoy & Ayer; Wm. Dawson & S. K. Smith; Wm. McWilliams; F. Krause Jr.; Wm. Krause; G. H. Curtis; J. Stillson; R. Willis; David Painter; A. Smith; H. Houghton; J. Stillson; Jacob Cramp; Geo. Houghton; Albert Houghton; Geo. Houghton; W. R. Curtis; John Stillson; H. Meeker; Wm. McAllister; Judson Wiley & Judson; A. A. Wheeler; Hubbard & King; Ramsey & Shae; R. Willis; W. V. Nigh; L. Hartford; J. Eikerswiller; Wm. N. Garner; M. Freiburger; J. Garner; E. J. Chapman; I. Alexander; Geo. Kroetsch; L. McAllister; Jas. Adair; F. Richard; T. N. Marston; Mary Kroetsch; Fred. Pfaff; S. Freiburger; Scott Jameson; Jas. Tompson; Geo. E. Morley; M. F. Smith; Hubbard & King; R. Willis; Paul Witzel; John McBride; Hubbard & King; R. Willis; P. M. Hinds; Geo. Merrill; Thos. Post; Angus McBride; Albert Wheeler; C Armested; Israel Post; C. F. Harrington; Murphy & Avery Heirs; No. 6; C. F. Harrington; Wixson & Noble; Moss & Mills; Wm. Teets; T. Moss Est.; John Anker; Annie Winterstein Note: Town 13 N. Range 13 E.

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Page  23 TownIi3N.Rvm2eI4E Scale ~/60 6Xaezs tlac~w cc -TzfzezcyAu972z-) X -7o InZx 1% ~,''2.R S2 1Y 77_ N nZzreY c J sZ Jz~z ~~zsC~2-1 129~~r ~ 1~ ~C zz c,~S~ 49~~~~~ 20ýS.4eA~nd~e N ~?elze~~ __ __ ___4) ~ 49 40 40/2L ~~~~~~J z artrm i 1*3 s-rady Z ~ /(0. I all ozz> z 361 XX&lso 8 ~~~~ ~~~ e.4 _A:.2 4, ~ lb4: Title: Wheatland 13N 14E Keywords: Minden Tp.; Custer Tp.; Argyle Tp.; Marion Tp.; Judson Wiley & Judson; Moss & Mills; C & C. B. Petershans; Hubbard & King; Alton B. Fuller; John Wright; Wm Duvall; C. Reinelt; H. H. Tyrrell; John Latimer; Hubbard & King; Judson Wiley & Judson; F. Palms Est.; S. C. & F. Tewkbury; T. Moss Est.; C. P. Merriman; A. Treadway; A. F. Holmes; S. Kinsey; Flumerfelt McCoy & Ayer; Thos. Osbourne; S. Kinsey; P. O’Rourke; G. W. Pack; John Brady; Frank Brady; Ella O’Rouke; Julia H. Mills; Arthur Treadway; Arthur Tredway; J. Turnball; M. McNaughton; Simon Cain; Isaac Cooley; H. J. Trupp; Jas. Brooks; Cedar Dale Sta.; Water Tank; I. M. Thayer; John Garry; N. Gray; Cyrus Sutherland; Charles Reinelt; Saw Mill; H. Darr; Hubbard & King; Wm. Trend; Julia A. Mills; S. C. & F. Tewkbury; Daniel McCoy et al; Eugena F. Lepez; J. M. Gaige; Albert Pack; F. L. Wells; E. F. Lepez; J. R. Peterson; P. McManus; P. McNamara; G. McNamara; T. Sullivan; Chas. Shovelin; Ralph Goheen; Julia H. Mills; M. Yager; Ira Cooley; J. H. Moore; A. Abbott; Flint & Pere Marquette R. R.; Wm. Martin; Wesley Reinelt; David Eastman; J. Vansickle; A. Vansickle; Robt. Trend; J. L. Horton; Chas. Reinelt; No. 1; Thos. Sawdon; H. Schofield; C. Mapes; W. Palmer; J. W. Howard; Geo. H. Spring; Julia A. Mills; S. C. & F. Tewkbury; Thos. Bradley; T. Moss Est.; Moss & Mills; Hubbard & King; N. J. Vatters; Jas. A. Lake; H. A. Eastman; Susan Barr; Nothing of Record; S. C. & F. Tewksbury; Judson Wiley & Judson; Ayer & McCoy; R. J. Arnot; Wildman Mills; Frank Lawrence; A. Little; S. A. Terpenning; P. Caswell; P. L. Wixson; M. Terpenning; J. Casey; Chas. Lyle; John Gough; M. A. Brady; J. Vansickle; P. L. Wixson; E. Reinlet; Edw. Davis; Michael Brady; Jas. Doyle; Chas. Mathews; J. H. Merrill; Henry Bishop; Moss & Mills; J. H. Merrill; H. Bennett; M. Brady; Richard Gough; Reed & McNutt; R. Gough; S. A. Terpenning; Reid & McNutt; Wm Dafoe; W. H. Ward; Mr. Benson; A. Pack & S. C. & F. Tewkbury; Hubbard & King; T. Moss Est.; Wildman Mills; J. G. Merriman; R. Knott; Jos. Newman; J. C. Merriman; G. Reynalds; Thos. Moore; No. 3; M. H. Moody; Store; S. A. Hillman; J. A. Lake; Chevingston P. O.; Blk. Shop; J. A. Monroe; F. L. Wells; G. W. Pack; Elias Abeile; G. W. Jenks; B. C. Farrand; Taylor Ayer & McCoy; Judson Wiley & Judson; S. B. Carr; M. L. Phillips; S. D. Mills et al; R. Gough; Decker & Pack; Julia A. Mills; Julia H. Mills; Julia A. Mills; H. Bennett; J. Rusnell; Israel Gooheen; Thos. Allen; R. Gough; B. B. Bishop; Jas. McCaughan; B. F. Bishop; S. A. Terpenning; Chas. Lyle; Thos. Flynn; T. Moss Est.; Hubbard & King; G & W. J. Wallace; Wm. Squires; Saw Mill; Agnes Vincent; Wildman Mills; Jos. Squires; J. Rosbery; Albert Pack; Moss & Mills; H. Carney; Thos. Buddy; Jas. Allen; E. Medcof; C. P. Merriman; Moss & Mills; Julia H. Mills; M. H. Moody; W. H. Smith; Richard Wightman; C. Michaels; H. Patten; Banner P. O.; C. Anderson; Wm. Fockler; M. Ferguson; S. Greenlee; Loren Stevens; Chas. Abbs; C. Shullenberg; Moss & Mills; David Crorey; E. Willoughby; L. Davis; J. Davis; Wm. Kerbyson; H. Kerbyson; Saml. George; A. Davis; J. Jameson; T. Burgess; S. D. Miller et al; Peter Mann; J. Farnsworth; No. 4; L. Burgett; Geo. Farnsworth; Norm Thompson; Mills & Gaige; R. J. Matthews; Hubbard & King; Black River; R. Gough; Mrs. R. Stuart; J. M. Gaige; David Stuart; A. Downing et al.; Peter Mann; Edw. Winslow; Jas. Belment; Wildman Mills; Simms & McGinn; Jas. Merriott; Wm. Lapeer; Jos. Powers; G. B. Fletcher; Wm. J. Kerbyson; Wm. Kerbyson; Julia H. Mills; Jas. C. Elviage; A. D. Sherwood; G & R. Strauss; Joseph Lancaster; H. Patten; James Blackie; M. V. Horvitz; Sanilac Stock Farm; J. H. Berry Prop.; John Gollman; John Bafton; Thos. Smith; Jas. Mitchell; John Kriner; J. S. Butler; J. Farnsworth; J. D. Farnsworth; H. F. Riopelle; John Livingway; M. McKinnon; David Stuart; J. C. Merriman; D. Churchill; C. P. Merriman; Thos. H. Smith; W. Churchill; Percepla Churchill; Thos. Flemingan; A. Downing & Southworth; Cem.; James Lane Note: Town 13 N. Range 14 E.

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Page  25 iovwi BN.Ba elE Toa/ '10- n Ji/- If.) J i D) E E4 A W A 1 F1 c-i~~- BI -i 33l___ ~~~~,~7 '1j bI 3 / II7, s 13e,- A 7' jISj T U, ''/ Pp. 0 80__ H7t____ /uF ti SL 11T ~,ot T/i ~,L 4i7 0i f-11 b_ r80hi 77( 4~i-u 0 ui~~ o iu 4 0Ltcuo lfS ______ ________ _____ _______ [_____________ ________ ___________ _____ _______ ________ ____________ _____ ______ ___CIO____ __________________________ L--Q___________________ ___________ 16 Joos, L a___ 'rr c/. tc -14u.c -D n J-I,24 Lit V, -r/ i7/i 11! CTe3o, _r Hb-T F 1 __ __ __ __ __ o ____ 40'____ 4o6__ _ _ SCrE A w tsj 374 /, Li M u Dotv ~ t~rgorSonocml%7 ~los cu~c~Str r _El _________ / 'r3Z F_ A __ p__ 3s~~ 1. 33u7 7'A I~L 7" ___ LQ.__ 1-' i/t lii)~~~~C orl v P04-a/ ýa __ ___ /d a 1ýs 27 80 P0 40iy 20 40/ 40 4 I-o o -11,e-a-vz "I03 '______ [IF _ I ~0 __ _ _ Title: Marion 13N 15E Keywords: Delaware Tp.; Wheatland Tp.; Bridgehampton Tp.; Forester Tp.; G. Thayer; B. L. Thayer; A. Downing; Wm. McGregor Est.; Wm. Nash; A. McGregor; H. Hibner; R. Sommerville; Blk Shop; No. 2; Wm. Rogers; T. O’Hara; Jas Sturitenburg; Thos. Oder; John Heynen; John O’Brien; S. P. O’Brien; Jas. O’Brien; Jas. O’Neil; John Lancaster; Geo. Powley; J. F. Powley; W. Billington; T. Noble; N. B.; Peter Powley; Jos. Lancaster; David Peers; J. Kent; Wm. Marks; John Bruce; Richard Hunt; John Hunt; Jane Barker; Mathew Barker; D. Dillon; John Dillon; L. Wright; No. 1; E. Russell; J. Harris; Wm. H. Purdy; John Miley; M. Miley; Ann Hockin; U. B. Ch; Store; M. Boughman; P. Anderson; B Ogden; T C Parson; John Boughman; John Dawson; Jas. Kerbyson; Alexander Robinson; J. Brown; J. H. Shoebatton; Henry Speers; Wm. Gibbon; Albert Sweet; John Sweet; Jos Orton; A. Cotton; F. H. Abbott; F. Abbott; E. S. Abbott; Read & Co; Jane Cripps; E. A. Abbott; Cedardale P. O.; Angeline McVeta; James Fitzgerald; E. A. Abbott; N. Davidson; J. H. Haynes; M. E. Ch.; C. A. Moody; E. Reinelt; E. Lambert; John Baird; J. Spencer; E. Spencer; I. Spencer; John Ridout; Geo. Wortley; Henry Evans; J. S. Haynes; Wilson Bearss; J. H. Haynes; Walter Evans; P. Gavigan; F. V. Jones; Jas. Dillon; David Norton; Wm. Barker; E Grabenstine; F. Grabenstine; Stephen Armstrong; Wm. Barker; John Mills; Wm. P. Mills; Thos. Mills; Cem; Bk Shop; Store; Mills P. O.; Thos. Mills; Geo. Wagester; Mathew W. Stevenson; M. W. Stevenson; Wm. Kurtz; Francis Cumerlato; Wm. B. Hobbs; Elgin Anderson; P. Miley; M. R. Wilson; P. Miley; Mary H. Miley; Geo. Wagester; John McCully; A. Scribner; Richard Wallace; Jas. Mohan Est.; Wm. Gibbon; P. Wallace; Jas. Wallace; Reed & Co.; John H. Graham; Mrs. E. Rusnell; R. A. Davidson; David Davidson; M. H. Sample; Jos. Rusnell; Wm. Welch; No 5; John Casey; John Vansickle; Adam Umphrey; Millie Shank; E. F. Burgess; H. Jones; L. M. Peters; J. Knisley; P. Henderson; E. Sample; Geo. Lepeer; W. L. Hurley; S. R. Parsons; J. J. Jones; Robt. Jones; J. A. Haynes; H. D. Wilson; J. J. Jones; Chas. Eckstine; Indian Creek; Jas Colman; B. F. Pritchard; Abram Rowley; James Cameron; John Richie; Thos. Cowling; Jas. Cameron; E. Dumas; Jas. H. Baird; Robt. Howey; Peter Decker; S. Dumas; J. Tarzwell; Alex. Morrison; Albert Decker; Adam Decker; Robt. Dickson; Homer Howey; R. Scott; C. Mercer; Geo. Innis; Phebe Daw; C. Mercer; Allen McMurphy; Thos. Corp; Wm. Pelton; Flint and Pere Marquette Railway; Peter Pelton; Mary Lashbrook; M. Yake; Levi Davis; Charlotte; Graham; Andrew J. Wright; No 5; Cem; Andrew J. Wright; Francis Sweet; P. N. Sample; Ida Randolph; 40 Admitx; Jos. Kincaid; E. A. Graham; A. W. Burguss; Andrew Alderton; Geo L. Hurley; N. McLeod; Thos. Burgess; Archie Warren; Thos. Black; Hannah Warren; Eli Randall; Wm. H. Willis; Wm. H. Randall; John Thompson; Jonh Johnston; W. R. Wilson; P. Wilson; Big Creek; Henry Mercer; Geo. Tarzwell; F. Shafbower; C. Shafbower; Wm. Wilson; Wm. Tarzwell; Jas. Cleland; Jos. Wilson; Peter McDonald Jr; A. Pearson; Chas. Grice; F. Laming; L. R. Provoast; Alex. McNeil; Neil McNeil; J. Morrison; Mrs. P. Anderson; Robt. Little; Little & Morrison; A. Dean; Thos Barr; T. E. Thompson; T. Leonard; Deckerville Station; L. Lewis; Wm. Grandy; Polly M. Terpenning; Mrs. A. S. Clark; Mrs. E. Rusnell; Ewd. Davis; Jas. Davis; Archie Davis; Joseph Heathcote; Cyrus Hogarth; Peter Mann; Sarah Heathcote; Frank Bronlow; John King; J. Bradley; J. Alexander; L. M. Taylor; P. Sickles; Theo. Putnam; Jos. Couch; Thos. Snowden; A. Plunket; Jas. C. Simpson; Jas Simpson; A. Plunket; Thos. Snowden; Jas. Jones; Jas Simpson; A. Mosure; H Morden; Jas Norton; J. Norton; E. Thompson; A. Oliver; C. Nicholson; Jas. Workman; Wm. Hidkam; F. Laming; Jessie Tarzwell; John Wilson; Frank Shafbower; Wm. Hardey; John Tarzwell; John Watson; J. Bastedo; Geo. Thornton; R. Provoast; Peter Provoast; Christian Burgett; Jas. Reed; Wm. Burgett; T. Simmons; John Greenan; Amos Barber; Peter McDonald Sr; Donald McDonald; Wm Crary; Elizabeth Mercer; Wm Purcell; Leitch P. O.; Bts Ch; A. W. Thornton; J. McGahey; S. Butler; T. Rich; Downington Station; Elevator; Thos. Rich; Theo. Thornton; Phebe Goodrich Est.; Geo. Goodrich; J. Goodrich; Julia A. Thornton; Downington P. O.; Grist Mill; Cheese Factory; F. V. Jones; No. 3; C. Bedient; A. C. Vincent; Deckerville P. O.; Craig Osgood; Alonzo Downing; David Jock; John Rosbury; Wm Wyers; A. Thornton; J. Alexander; W. Farnsworth; Frank Rosbury; R. C. Ch.; Wm Condland; Wm. Medcoff; E. Gorrow; A. Thornton; Lewis Gorrow; Sophia H. Gorrow; Thos. Stoliker; A. Rosbury Jr.; Henry Morden; E. Yakes; A. Rosbury Sr.; L. Rosbury; David Clancy Est.; D. Livingway; Cherry Creek; Crott Nicholson; John Leitch; Hiram Willis; John Harris; Wm. Mosure; Geo. Hunter; C. N. Harris; C. Willis; Thos. Willis; M. E. Ch.; No. 4; Ewd Grice; Henry Reed; Joseph Willis; F. Shafbower; Jas. N. Simmons; J. Monroe; A. Downing; John Monroe; Jas. Rumble; Chase Moore; R. Reid; R. J. Reid; F. Fisher; James Tate; Mrs. S. Rustin; C. Shafbower; Wm. Shafbower; A. Hamm Note: Town 13 N. Range 15 E.

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Page  28 iL L ý?N \z 1ý0 00 515, r3 I? 0ý) IV) ýttj j \'o to MDIJ3NN3)j (3 T3 1 -1 ý_i V 0 Lo S6 10 ýpl ýl 0 ODMVH 12ý lu Title: Forester; Map of the Village of Melvin; Richmondville; Charleston 9N; 12N; 13N 14E Keywords: Delaware Tp.; Marion Tp.; Lake Huron; Bridgehampton Tp.; Sanilac Tp.; Big Creek; Cherry Creek; Indian Creek; F. H. Brenton; E. J. Elder; Geo. Hooper; Wm. Driver; Henry & Robt. Welch; E. J. Elder; D. Barknight; Mrs. J. Muldoon; Robt. Farrel; John Bain; Geo. Cole; Edw Welbank; Mr. Benson; Wm. Handly; Lot 1; A. Wilsie; J. B. Chase; Clark Welbank; Christopher Chittick Jr.; Alex. Jones; Munro McLeod; John Jimson; Thos. Tate; Willard Thornton; E. Jewel; Geo. Harris; J. & M. McCully; J. Minor; Jas. Sweet; Geo. Sweet; Levi Sweet; P. Breitenbach; John Kinna; C. O’Neil; Peter Emerick; Jas. Daley; B. B. & A. M. Lincoln; Richmondville P. O.; M. E. Ch; B. S. S. ; David Morrison ; Christopher Chittick Sr. ; Moses Innis; Chas. Fritch; Geo. Conklen; John Murphy; John McCully Jr.; Preston Brady & Co.; C. Schell; Mrs. R. Winters; John McCully Est.; Wm. Innis; J Dorland; J. Durgee; Wm. Innis; J. Mercer; Chas. Miller; Barney Sharky; I. McCully; Peter Blair; L. Beach; Jas. McCully; Joseph McCully; C. L. Twiss; C. Merithew; F. Lincoln; No. 3; Frank Murray; Hall; H. Merithew; C. L. Twiss; Jacob Bastedo; Robt. Scott; T. E. Ham; J. Lee; J. A. Fritch; J. McConnel; A. Ogden; Jas. McCormick; P. McConnel; E. Hartsell; W. Schell; C. Schell; Geo. Saxon; J. W. Green; J. Sharp; J. B. Galloway; Robt. Colter; G & O. McCarty; G. J. Weyeneth; John Bunyan; L. Essler; C. Leitch; Robt. Colter; Josiah Lee; E. Crary; F. Duncan; Edw. Conklin; Wm. Burgess; John McMan; Andrew Barr; Robt. Barr; J. Lee; Jas. Barr; No. 4; Walter McVittie; Jas. Purdy; A. McVittie; Wm. Mason; Jas. Johnson; R. Colter; Nillard Smith; W. H. Smith; Saml. Workman; Geo. Sager; Thos. Robison; Edw. Tate; L. Tate; Geo. Sager; Robt. Hamilton; Wm Hardy; Thos Bunyan; Wm Allen; Mrs. S. Rushton; Louis Randall; Thos. West; John Thompson; John Bowerman; Alvin Quay; Murray P. O.; Joseph Allison; Samuel Curry; Wm. Hazart; Adam Meridith; Murray P. O.; John Workman; Wm Tate; R. P. Wilson; Wm Wilson; Mrs. L. Rushton; Geo. Barber; Robt. McMan; J. Rushton; W. Smith; Mrs. E. Hannan; Jos. Tate; H. Cooper; P. Sager; Edw. Smith; R. Cooper; W. Smith; J. H.; C. Goodrich; Thos. Barr; Jas. Tate; Newman Guilds; Elizabeth Haviland; Jas Ferris; J. W. H. Foss; Geo. Glendenning; Wm Garvin; Arthur Hurtshorn; John McMan Jr.; Alex Little; Elizabeth Reed; C. Hartshorn; Geo. Hartshorn; Wm Garvin; Alex Little; John Kidney; John Beaton; Susan Friatt; Geo. Friatt; Wm Porter; John Beaton; Anna Springer; C. Goodrich; S. P. Ham; William Murray; Edward Smith; R. B. Davie; E. Smith; Mrs. A. Goodrich; Lot 1; Geo. Reynolds; John Roberts; H. Campbell; H. Sweet; Joseph Roberts; H. B. Little; S. Willis; A. Willis; John Christie; Sarah Sager; Nicholas Shepard; No. 2; Martin Omaro; Mary Ann Thompson; J. & T. Amy; John Clifton; Wm. Gorman; P. Leonard; Edward Smith; Chas. Ford; E. Smith; Chas. Day; Forester P. O.; Hall; John McLean; Chas McComb; Wm Green; S. H. Graves; Austin Graves; C. E. Sherman; Michael Thoeonton; F. W. Templeton; Amasa Willis; A. Pegganetta; M. Pegganetta; Henry Medaw; E. Firman; Edw. Omaro; John Omaro; Mrs. Hugh Ryan; Frank Kelly; Mrs. E. Omaro; Edw. Omaro; Fred Mardlin; Mrs. H. Ryan; D. Winegardener; J. Thomas; M. J. Omaro; T. Moss Est; H. Platts; J. Kirkendall; M. Pegganetto; B. Kelly; Wm. Perry; Margaret Harris; L. French; C. Ford; J. Springstead; Mrs. J. Cass; Lewis Day; E. Day; F. Day; T. L. Ward; Res.; Store; Grist & Saw Mill; Frank Murray; School; B. S. Sh.; M. E. Ch.; P. O.; Hall; Dock; Lake Huron; B & A. M. Lincoln; Sec. Line; J. Daley; E. Emerick; Barn; E. Smith; Tanner Hotel; S. S. S. & G. Mill; Forester & Bridgehampton Road; E. Smith; Second St.; E. Smith; First St.; E. Smith; Store; P. O.; Main St.; Forester Hall; Lake St.; M. E. Ch.; M. E. Lancashire; Adams Ave.; Alley; Imlay Ave.; Cemetery; School St.; F & P. M. R. R.; Flint & Pere Marquette R. R.; Depot; Elevator; Alley; Thos. Murray; Section 30; Hancock St.; Garfield St.; Kennefick St.; Melvin St.; Washington St.; Hall St.; Main St.; R. J. McPhee; Section 29; Store; Hotel; Blk. Shop; Sec. Cor.; Section Line; S. Ball; Section 19; S. Laidlaw Est.; W. Gilbert Note: Towns 12 & 13 Range 16 E.; Town 9 N. Range 14 E.; Forester Twp.; Delaware Twp.

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Page  31 Town IZN.Rxansel2E. S-oaea/c-ICl 6/als /lolzef~zzc1o Pv E- E* 1ý T 11 NP.z YrJ er. Itf6,8rg 4 10 James &4agzzv) Baez'~rP, 120_____ ____ ______________ 6 ' ~ ~ k~ a'a Jzuzs tggau K120d a'Vr; SAL/Zm Sncl& Nz /2t 96 ____ __ _467_ 040_ __ __ ___ __ __ 8 z'r> c, 4480 sor ____g%~ \ __ _ __ _ Z Sisi ]~f2)7 1 7h/ff</_40 Ji/&zs 27826' ___ ~ &2ve lIW/~ czzstEcr7<Sar 4wz, 90, 88<,/, 3' /62 K6,0 67 810Ale le'deI _ __49 - r~~"Pc/e 27 6'40 ~perL Caino> Iceo~layn 6cc reues nuas z/ls~a/er~azcZ J'cwes 6mrr S, 1' 86'[ ___ ___6e 8,f6' /26' Phk lzz>6 4610 -71Z9N~ J6k191, laudZ CIT -A-, Wad/cuce S. A// 76 F~cr &'46'ý CcZ&czr Len n 47. FO& 4Z f~Rcco Nco < /'1P. 13d0 F~Z 46',c~rc ~ JElzs; 49w/s idwis-I) ~ /zzmer/J1/2ScA s Nz../.&...J......... k -P 7 JFAl-CPw jf.6 Ozwo~naa uccl 277 402 2 Zcd d~ 0 120/2 2IC4 cYVZýk H N33IU/ 7) z 0 E N N -7 I 1,9Z./9kw K4 V-' - wr R,-gvscs ~/- ecuns A5,29 Mt <C N 3tBa&'di /66' 46 6'. 46' 3/ 7 N; NN.1 * 13O P. Cc-aId ZZCY',,-Zr. 7Z 802 'Th. 4* X. Couldc JO&7, -7L, BZ la 80V21/ ced VK /20 -7,/ W us;31 6 160 SccntoI arc 16?0 N -V Ct K r. AX/FfTTW iO P-0B n 1- 1 - 14 NJ. -P AElit"I " "I' ' E1 '1' V. Title: Lamotte 12N 12E Keywords: Evergreen Tp.; Tuscola County; Moore Tp.; Lamotte P. O.; Marlette Tp.; White Creek; S. Branch Cass River; Sanborn & Sweetser Ests.; C. T. Gooden; Chas. Gooden; Flumerfelt McCoy & Ayer; J. G. Hubinger; Jas. W. Sanborn & Mary J. Sweetser Ests.; Sanborn & Sweetser Ests.; Bristow & McGille; James Gagan; Judson Wiley & Judson; W. L. Jenks; H. P. Smith; Jas. Doan; D. W. Simons; Edw. Philpot; W. P. Irwin; Wm. Lewis; L. Shard; Duncan McPherson; Murphy & Avery; Avery Heirs; C. W. Bears; J. McIntyre; Wm. Philpot; F. Saunders; J. McIntyre; E. Daunt; F. Johnson; J. H. Foster; C. J. O’Neill; J. C. Clark; Thos. Lowrie; Dr. Wallace; Edgar Collar; Mrs. V. Kirby; S. Deallisle; Dr. Wallace; Dr. Murdock; J. H. Wood; R. Elling; H. W. Gooden; J. W. Sanborn Est.; H. P. Smith; Jas. Martin; John McGill; J. G. Hubinger; John McGill; R. & S. Harrington; E. & M. Schloss; Frank Lawrence; John Marsh; No. 2; W. P. Marsh; John Stillson; O’Brien J. Atkinson; John Marsh; Noble & Niggeman; M. D. Hulbert; Wm McArthur; L. J. Sinclair; Thos. Canham; James Gagan; Saml. Walden; James Brodie; Peter Fox; John Cook; S. Howard; No. 5; Clark S. Bixby; W. L. Jenks; Alfred Shaw; Geo. Notley; James Cook; Hamilton & McClure; Flumerfelt McCoy & Ayer; R. Willis; Charles Shaw; C. W. Beers; Wm. Guy; W. L. Jenks; Richard Daunt; Melvin Green; Wm. Guy; R. H. Faster; Robert Daunt; J.H. Foster; H. Flanigan Jr.; No. 1; William Collar; H. C. Green; M & F. Green; Eli Hager; Enos Johnston; Jas. Gallup; Wm Flanigan; H. Flanigan; Judson Wiley & Judson; Lyons & Co.; Judson et al; Flumerfelt et al.; L. Van Winkle; F. P. Sears; Ann Brabb; T. Martin; W. Martin; J. Martin; C. E. Pickett; Mills & Gaige; E. Ryan; A. Moshier; B. Moshier; Manly Rogers; Wm. Wilson; E. A. Hulbert; Wm. Moshier; John Millin; R. H. Wells; J. Monwaring; Anna Sterling; Hazard & Brewster; Lewis Yager; D. S. McClure; Noble & Niggeman; F. Sears; Thos. Colwell; Wm Stanton; Wm Dawson & W. L. Jenks; J. G. Hubinger; N. Holland; A. Pack; L. J. Sinclair; Allan Shelden; J. G. Hubinger; E. W. Sparrow; Henry McRea; J. Sutton; Wm. Thomas; Joseph Hobson; Martin Walters; Hubbard & King; G. Dorman; Wm Arnold; B. H. Thurston; T. Moss Est.; D. F. Kennedy; Cora A. Niles; Joseph Swinson; D. Kennedy; John Heenan; H. P. Smith; A. Lefler; Wm McMonigal; R. Adams; W. R. Burt; J. Mitchell; L. Yager; Edw. Handey; H. Woodbry; James Sterling; Chas. Montague; H. Golding; Geo. Alexander; Wm. Alexander; Brabb & Warner; W. Campbell; Chas. Warner; A. Moore; G. S. Maynard; August Jonas; Philetus Gage; R. Willis; Allan Shelden; Wm. Gierman; A. Kaddatz; G. J. Flamerfelt; M. Walker; B. J. Flumerfelt; Seth Frost; S. A. Reade; Wm Jessell; Mr. Nichols; Edw. Philpot; O. T. Nichols; J. G. Hubinger; Wm. King; Hubbard & King; W. L. Jenks; Robt. Willis; L. Anable; Wm McMonigal; Robt. Adams; I. James; Peter Upper; T. Cannon; Saml. Walker; Peter Upper; Z. Upper; Etta Parker; W. Parker; B. S. S.; No. 3; Frank Parker; Jacob Day; W. C. Adams; Thos. Richards; Geo. Innes; Alex. Adams; David Cowper; D. Crorey; H. Dennis; Chas. Montague; David Innes; Wm. Bishop; Geo. Hobson; Chas. Thomas; Alex. Sutherland; William Jickling; Mrs. G.Dixon; Robt. Pidd; No. 4; James Curry; Geo. W. Thomas; Walter Jickling; S. A. Read; Allan Shelden; Henry Brown; R. Willis; Judson Wiley & Judson; Jacob Watson; Lucy J. Sinclair; R. Willis; Geo. Todd; F. Durant; Allan Shelden; Albert Pack; Jas. Dennis; J. Shingle; Thos. W. Stephens; Albert Pack; No. 6; Andrew McAlpin Estate; Chas. Wilson; Daniel Russell; D. Russell; F. B. Roberts; A. C. Snyder; John Swinson; Lyman Cooley; David Leigh; O. B. Clark; Margaret Hamilton; Robert Bedford; Mary J. Clark; Pres. Ch.; Mary J. Hill; Moses Spears; J. M. Lamb; T. Richards; James Innes; Brabb & Baird; Frank Lawrence; J. H. Brabb; Saw Mill; Allen M. Hendrickson; R. Willis; G. Townsand; J. Campbell; B. S. S.; Wm. Bothwell; E. Gould; John Smith; B Leverett; T. Hodgkinson; B. J. Flumerfelt; P. Maxwell; O. J. Hill; John Trumley; Wm. Roberts; M. B. Hill; Geo. McDonld; A. & C. Soper; John Cook; Jas. Brown; Thos. Brown; Geo Funger; M. Waldie; John Russell; Saml. Moore; Chas. Smith; Geo Mitchell; Henry Hugo; Avery Heirs Note: Town 12 N. Range 12 E.

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Page  33 Townl2N.RtmeIE Sca2k/Cctrza/cJc A--R G. Y LE l Ic L, A. F. z': lcrt~ U w 2. 17 d af7171P 4 Zdt/z --a~e 62ak elkljs prv&4 retr decrK 14649 wray Z112 46o 7 lwcR~fyzzr ~86 c~xar -9Szzkfzz SE~ /~t rz's. &4/Pch N 429'N.46~~~~~e - U izk 4 fa4 7Z _ 6~'oHZa'A cdz /Z7 477z 47A 6S&Z/ II77f ~122~7 -lNAamA~~~ -aeles Tcsr Title: Moore 12N 13E Keywords: Argyle Tp.; Elmer Tp.; Custer Tp.; Lamotte Tp.; John Eston; Levi Pratt; Thos. H. Collens; Vincent Kirby; P. Hocherty; S. C. & F. Tewksbury; L. Springstead; Austin Bachelor; J. Cloakey; Geo. Clokey; Gilbert Anderson; Jos. Leach; J. Springstead; Joseph Sapthen; Wm. Moore; Wallace Russell; E. J. Westbrook; Felix Morell; Avery Heirs; Walker Moore; Myron Green; Allan Shelden; Wm. Armstead; J. Sanborn et al; Saml. Moore; Richd. Pearson; John Teets; J. McAllister; Harvey Clapsadle; Alex. Clapsadle; Mrs. A. M. Pearson; R. Pearson; Delia Denton; Andrew McLenen; Henry Shue; Allan Shelden; Hiram Hill; Andrew Hill; S. C. & F. Tewkbury; N. H. Wing; Hubbard & King; Wm. Dowling; Isral Mitchner; J. E. King; Allan Shelden; G. Lester; Peter Vannest; Unknown; James C. Rouk; J. Watson & Whitcar; Hubbard & King; J. H. Peters et al.; M. Sherk; Allan Shelden; C. C. Jenks; John Horner; John Wagner; Enos Johnson; Fred. Talmage; Wayne Co. Savings Bank; D. S. McClure; Emerson Walker; Wm Walker; R. Willis; Washt. Shell; Henry Mourn; Oliver Wilson; S. H. Gammage; Wm. Kerchner; No. 4; Thos. Gammage; Elias Jacobs; Jesse Gleason; J. C. Ross; August Ehrenberger; T. J. Papst et al; Uri Ragon; Saml. Klaus; Wm. Ludky; Allan Shelden; Thos. Smith; Thos. Rounds; John Garbutt; Simon Buschlin; H. B. Smith; J. B. Preston; John Smith; Urban P. O.; Jacob Buschlin; E. M. Denton; No. 2; James Denton; Mary Bly; Terrence Denton; Bert Aply; Eugene Bly; Allan Shelden; C. W. Arnot; Ansel Camp; John Davis; Albert Pack; B. McCredie; J. E. King; Allan Shelden; Gurley Lester; W. C. James; Jas. Pound; Wm. S. Templeton; Michael Heemer; B. Brown; Mrs. Rowland Eastman; Solomon Curtis; Geo. Dorman; Henry Harriman; I. Harriman; J. Leinhard; B. S. S.; Saml. Hilborn; Fred Ostrich; Julius Krueger; Emil Stambaugh; Wm Paape; Wm Stambaugh; Wm Krueger; Ferdinand Ludky; Chas. Rider; Peter Herrinan; Peter Hildinger; John Wolf; John Fritz; Wm. Kohn; A. Tank; Wm. Denton; Alfred Denton; Jacob Teets; E. Dennis; Fred. Wolf; Henry Diem; John Snell Jr.; Henry Brown; Wm. Blashill; Al. Moore; Sidney Moore; Sanborn Est.; Edwin Dennis; Edw. Banchman; Wm. McArthur; Geo. Mattison; G.Burdick; Albert Pack; Allan Shelden; Robt. Willis; Wm. Denton; Sanilac Stock Farm; J. H. Berry et al Props.; E. J. Coan; Joseph Coan; E. Scoutin; Chas. Blanck; John Tyrell; Saml. Moore; Chas. Dorman; John Wilson; Wm. Bitterling; Andrew Tyrell; F. M. Ch.; Wm. H. Dorman; H. Paape; Fred. Bodcher; Geo. Mitchner; Fred. Lucky; Fred. Tank; Saml. Stambaugh; Sarah Rusnell; Fred. Wolf; Michael Hildinger; John Douglas; A. Pratsnaw; W. Raduchell; C. Pratsnaw; Jos. Miller; Jacob Miller; J. C. O’Neil; Judson Dennis; F. Diem; P. C. Grant; Henry Shelden; Orey Sheldon; F. Wolf; Mrs. Dennison; F. Snell; J. Snell Sr.; John Herington; B. W. McCredie; Jas. Springer; P. C. Grant; F. & W. Moore; Mary Davis; Harmon Dennis; A. Pack; Allen Shelden; C. Kern; Gurley Lester; Sanilac Stock Farm; J. H. Berry et al Props.; Hubbard & King; Thos. McElhiney; Cass River; Albert Jones; Jesse Gleason; A. H. Bulgreen; S. Moore; Margaret McQueen; J. A. Dorman; T. B. Tyrell; Ferdinand Kempt; Henry Towl; Jos. Mitchner; Chas. Bulgreen; Wm. Raduchel; F. Tank; Paul Shell; Chas. Creager; Archd. Knight; A. B. Bulgreen; Geo. Jefferson; Chas. Miller; Henry Udell; Wm. Windorf; P. Pitcher; A. Temple; Geo. Herron; L. Herington; A. Herington; Jas. Nigh; John Kohn; Thos. Habbershaw; A. Kelly; August Shoemaker; J. Force; Mrs. M. Force; Walter Thomas; H. C. King; C. B. Emmerson; Walter Hyslop; J. W. Davidson; J. W. Porter; T. Moss Est.; Wm. McArthur; J. Hoffman; R. F. Allen; Moss & Mills; W. R. Stirling; Fred. Henry; Wm. Henry; Wm. Dawson; T. Moss Est.; Lidy Horner; Lyman Temple; Mrs. Wiswell; Cem.; Jeff Stanton; Avery Heirs; Saml. Moore; John Horner; Andrew Moore; M. Moore; James Minard; Wm. Tank; Saml. Moore; Wm. Tank; John Krueger; Store; Saw Mill; A. D. Pitcher; Wm. Bulgreen; Alex. Moore; A. H. Bulgreen; Jacob Griffin; Wm. Windorf; Albert Schulz; Wm. Schulz; Chas. Loose; August Loose; Edw. Hilborn; Elmer P. O.; Geo. Preston; Jos. Pringle; A. Loose; Chas. Schulz; No. 3; Adam Kelly; Melvin Culver; Jos. Pollard; Frank Vanderveer; Geo. Bearss; D. Boyd; Wm. Harper; John Wright; Samuel K. Smith; Jas. Harper; Allan Shelden; John Eddy; Hellen Dodgeson; Geo. Shannon; Martin Moore; Allan Shelden; C. S. Nimms; J. B. Preston; Wm. Lee; H. P. Smith; Wm.Clingham; Philip L. Wixson; Jas. Clingham; Moss & Mills; Wm. Clingham; No. 5 Note: Town 12 N. Range 13 E.

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IC 42 ~i7;Zc r 3 A1 45-22Y3 N) ~ -I 7~ 1 00 K6 > - - rQ f; 1-s ISY1 k174Aizle~ 10 16' F 1/76cc Sc!> /36? S-I/V/I A/C 26 0 slr-ocwr -&Z/tt9ccrv ZE+l.- I N SheZC2, 25XR) a. *3 JcscpE> Bc}y et ci Frt7;cs Jut / W4rzter 42 fN&Z -42 ~ 5-Ac/c/c icZ er SI,,ZýeZ /66 0 =.I i&TQ{bzY C /2 IfkQ N 13 K <0 13 K <0 V .13 ff"1f' ' Taylor 16' -4r, Krrc4~124H+' tico9 "9 ltd-ricer 1~2 1959 780 7--, at? T *> * It I II 'IF * _________________ _______ ________ _______ _______ _______ _____________-7__ ________3 _--Y_____________. 'IK - 5-Fr/c IC ercir /2 /iaclyerc sr'<3 4,7, 413 i. to UNj K; N N '[li/foss FseA 86' Z.Atccs.tist. - - at? kTrzzzz~em-Y'zmopIzvj lw-c5scei/%Zzs 8a' 8Z9 Ctz 43 4/Af R' "A4' SIfAA'"/L I 35ý ~-roCC/rPAM H i-#131t - UI-'z%;r 60 193 29w N2 3if0ss41/2i'i7c Sc? C'- B? e~Kry> Props /286' 1f77/'2I~Xr/7tzcr /6+9 - B3ERK3KIIIRE ý91,,IAI0.D A kR............. -I-.'1 11..1- ý I H __ t r Ait ______ __________________r-7_____ - L-1 II'-l"V' "1 r-'S-71"I''tJt - -- __________________________ [II Title: Custer 12N 14E Keywords: Wheatland Tp.; Watertown Tp.; Bridgehampton Tp.; Moore Tp.; Judson Wiley & Judson; Allan Shelden; C. Vincent; James Ruttan; Maraget Ruttan; Wildman Mills; Jas. Graves; Wildman Mills; D. E. Kenney; Wm. Nichols; Jane Walker; T. Moss Est.; Wildman Mills; James Campbell; Jennie Campbell; W. Mills; S. C. & F. Tewksbury; T. Moss Est.; Geo. Lee; J. S. Little; E. Dodd; M. A. Freel; H. Rosbery; C. A. Blood; P. Anderson; D. McKinzie; John & Sophia Duncan; David A. O’Leary; Henry Louckes; Geo. F. Fletcher; N. L. Doan; Norman Foster; Deborah Doan; Levi Foster; Wm. Trigger; Richard Allen; S. Parker; J. McAlpine; Duncan Campbell; Jane Campbell; J. McLaughlin; F. Simmons; B. F. Wills; L. Franklin; W. L. Jenks; F. W. Foreman; H. M. Wills; D. Loyd; A. McConachie; Thos. Loyd; Eli Birtoh; Nancy Loyd; Wm. Loyd; Daniel Decker; Black River; Chas. Montague; T. Moss Est.; Sanilac Stock Farm; Geo. Berdin; S. C. & F. Tewksbury; Alex. Donaghy; James Nicols; H. Graves; R. Fountain; J. B. Little; Margaret Wheeler; Job Lee; Frank Lee; Adam Messecar; No. 5; Wm. Burns; David Youngs; David Burns; Marvin Sanders; Ella Sanders; Lanson Lossing; Herbert Lossing; Hiram Merrills; Wm. Wagg; M. Sanders; C. A. Blood; S. Hoover; Henry Rightenburg; Andrew Lee; Thos. Wagg; T. Moss Est.; Andrew Phillips; A. Wintermute; G. O’Connell; Geo. Mater; Geo. F. Mater; Joseph Diem; M. Young; John Booth; James Schafer; Wm. O’Connell; Edw. Horton; J. Basler; No. 1; M. Stoughtenburg; H. Stoughtenburg; Alex Harper; T. R. Kenney; Wm. J. Harper; F. W. Forman; Judson Wiley & Judson; Amos. B. Coe; John McGregor; Thos. Melville; Martin Decker; Charles Montague & Judson Wiley & Judson; Moss & Mills; T. Moss Est.; Hubbard & King; Wildman Mills; Wm. Bolsby; C. Edwards; Henry Pearsels; Wm. Tallman; C. A. Blood; Custer County Drain; H. McKenzie; A. Gillas; H. Warner; David E. Kinney; Albert Kinney; Hamilton Kinney; Valentine Kinney; John Germain; David C. Berdin; Town Hall; David J. Kinney; John Kiddle; Lenard Carley; G. E. English; Seward Houselander; Store; J. A. Scott; J. W. Scott; Wm. Martin; Andrew Anderson; David H. Wescott; Geo. Wilkins; Mary M. Atkinson; David C. Berden; John O’Connell; William Richards; Geo. A. Buttles; Jacob Mater; Peter Mater; Mary A. Mater; J. Redpath; H. Richards; M. D. Wagner; John Southworth; John McGregor; J. Powers; Lemuel Fountain; Sanilac Stock Farm; Henry Marks; David Badgerow; Walstine M. Wright; E. Moore; G. Linke; Edw. Gates; S. Bolsby; Benj. Bolsby; C. Warner; Henry Marks; James Anton; W. Rahl; William Marks; Charles Marks; F. Miller; F. Hagart; A. Barwolf; A. Kanetzch; H. Gillis; Chas. Miller; Samuel Davis; J.H. Springborn; Wm. Watson; No. 2; A. Fairbanks; James Fey; R. Fye; Andrew Fey; John Wilkins; Geo. Ponting; D. Valentine; A. Berdin; H. Fye; Robt. Redpath; Geo. Richards; Jas. Berden; Paul Richards; D. Mitchell; John Mitchell; J. S. Rich; Charlotte Rich; James A. Fisher; J. M. Mater; Geo. Mater Jr.; A. Rich; John Stoliker; Geo. Lee; Wildman Mills; Albert Rich; T. Moss Est.; J. Harrison; Wildman Mills; F. Fisher; Moore & Custer Drain; Mary Henry; C. Corbishley; Anthony Rinshed; John Henry; J. H. & E. M. Mills; Sanilac Stock; William Dawson; Dawson & Ryan; J. I. Warner; Sanilac Stock Farm; John Thomas; Geo. Mitchell; S. & r. Fulton; Wm. Roberts; Fred. Stolzman; L. Lashbrook; F. Stoltzman; Chas. Long; Daniel Kennedy; John Martin; A. Thompson; A. Pagel; Frank Siefert; John Sumner; Leander Wheeler; John Steir; Neil Colaghan; Wm. Colaghan; Christian Pagel; W. Tuthill; T. Moss Est.; Joseph H. Berry et al Props.; Wm. Jarrett; James Jarrett; M. W. Moore; S. Erbe; Wm. Taylor; N. Cameron; Oliver Badgerow; L. Badgerow; J. Badegrow; J. L. Warner; F. A. Ceasar; Morgan Horse Farm; William Dawson Prop.; Charles Corbishley; Charles Rovolt; A. W. O’Keefe; Andrew Moore; Sanilac Centre P. O.; William McLaughlin; S. H. Graves; Wm. Alexander; Mrs. R. Elliot; William Thomson; T. Moss Est.; Wm. McArthur; Sandusky & Black River Drain; Joseph H. Berry et al Props.; Berkshire P. O. Note: Town 12 N. Range 14 E.

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Title: Map of Marlette 10N; 11N 12E Keywords: Lamotte Tp.; Tuscola Co; Elmer Tp.; Lapeer Co.; Flynn Tp.; Lamotte P. O.; M. B. Cody; Amanda Broadt; Archie Kelley; Archie McPherson; Ira Bullock; W. A. Ellis; Thos. Ellis; Geo. Wentworth; Cheese Factory; William Hamilton; J. Ensighn; Wm. Bishop; Bee Hive Farm; Wm. Shier Prop’; John Sartwell; James Shier; Amos Knapp; Wm. Kelley; Angus Ross; Carl Shier; Wm. McRae; R. F. Wellwood; John Rutherford; Geo. Tapson; Wm. Gammage; Thos. Wood; Ambrose Walsh; Jas. Gammage; Wm. Gibb; Michael Seifferlein; Geo. Seifferlein; Gavin Hamilton; Alex. Green; Mrs. J. Green; Hiram C. Wooley; Chas. Wood; John Mans; John Garber Jr.; John Mans; Fred. Westfall; Ernst Brandt; A. D. Taylor; T. J. Clegg; White Creek; W. L. Jenks; Dorman King; Jos. Newman; L. H. Tate; John Dawson; Mrs. Ann Rutherford; Phillip H. Learn; Jos. Newman; Arthur Smith; No. 5; Wm. Wilson Sr.; John Heifner; Charles Dennis; Wm. Wilson Jr.; Horace Whittaker; Wm. P. Redmond; Samuel Rogers; Janett Kelley; Mrs. S. Waldon; Wm. Kelley; Hamilton Bros.; Chas. Hillaker; Fred. Harnick; Frank Williams; Lewis Moffatt; Jas. W. Cawood; Wm. Knight; John Knight; Gotleib Reihner; Wm. Heassner; David Wheelman; John Landon; Saml. Garber Jr.; Nicolas Mans; Hugh Gerstenberger; Saw Mill; John Garber Sr.; Henry Planz; Germania P. O.; Wm. Bopp; No. 7; John Garber; Fredrick Garber; Amos Hurd; D. S. McClure; Alex Newman; C. C. Decker; J. Burmister; S. Anderson; Joseph May; Joshua Griffin; John Mayford; Jas. Ronald; Charles Chase; Isaac Smith; A. Anderson; James Ronald; John Heifner; Elijah Stanton; Hannah Hamilton; A. Redmond; J. Nicolson; Maple Grove Stock Farm; John Nicholson Prop.; Fred. Harnick; Orra Hillaker; Albert Hillaker; Thos. Lavrick; Thos. Nicolson; Joshua Cole; Mrs. Wm. Nash; Jas. Nash; J. E. Cole; Noble Burk; John Cawood; Wm. Landon; Jas. Landon; H. Landon; John Patti; Thos. McAsh; Chas. Landon; John M. Byrnes; Jos. Loucks; Chas. Kuntz; John W. Planz; Henry Ocamke; B. Shop; John G. Schnider; Roland Wood; Amos Zuehlke; Chas. Miller; Albert Slaipe; Fred. Schnider; Geo. A. Dudley; John McGill; John Shields; Jane McTavish; Mrs. Eliza Hunter; Charles Hunter; Robt. Moffatt; Mrs. E. Newman; E. A. Ronald; Magie Ronald; Wm. Rawson; Wm. Ronald; Joseph Newman; James Cochrane; Robt. Boyne; S. Anderson; Andrew Anderson; Chas. Hillaker Sr.; Wm Dawson; John Kennedy; H. Lotz; Saml. Ragan; Danl. McLeish; Robt. McLeish; Cem.; Chas. Arthur; Freman Carpenter; Jas. Petrie; James. Knight; No. 4; Wm. Walker; Est. of J. H. Walker; Thos. A. Walker; R. McLeish; John Byrnes; Chas. Sheffer; South Branch of Cass River; James Walker; John Oderfer; John Heussner; G. Stalder; E. Wingert; Jacob Gish; Matilda Willey; John Walker; Chas. Ode; W. A. McArthur; Thos. Walker; William & Isabella Aitcheson; M. Vining; Jos. Scholtz; Edgar Vining; Robt. Knight; Joseph Dawson; Louis Kelley; No. 2; Robert Rudd; Wm. Rawson; J. P; H P; H. Hoist; Thos. Irwin; Frank Wellwood; R. Boyne; Geo. Boyne; James White; David Jones; Robt. Boyne; Henry P. Lotz; A. H. Wiggins; Henry Wiggins; Geo. Northrup; W. Hollenbeck; B. Hollenbeck; B. J. Blumerfelt; Angus McCaughan; Wm. Duff; John Duff; W. E. Schreider; Hannah Ireland; A. W. Redmond; Thos. Lavrick; A. Kinermun; J. E. Cole; Church; Thos. Hudson; Thos. Dunsford; No. 1; Jas. Walker; John Hudson; Andrew Mellon; John L. Fitch; Thos. R. Fitch; John Walker; John Welsh; W. B. McGill; S. H. McMurray; A. Black; Fred. Westfall; I. S. Cowell; D. Aseltine; Alex. Scholtz; John Kelley; John McGill; Thos. Gourley Est.; J. W. Bland; John McGill; Marlette P. O.; J. Dawson; J. Kelley; J. Dawson; A. B.; C M G; W. N. Rogers; R. F. Wellwood; Wm. A White; W. R. Kinnee; Chas. Doyle; Wm. H. Doyle; R. F. Wellwood; Archie Black; Ed. Levi; Wm. H. Doyle; Jos. Warren; Hugh Dale; Mrs. J. A. Welsh; Stephen Wiggins; Robt. Wellwood; John Donald; Mrs. A. Bristol; Geo. Sisson; Fred. Zuehlke; O. M. Sisson; G. H.; Alex. Livingston; Jas. H. Winters; A. W. Redmond; Benjamin Dale; Wm. Dale; William Dale; Jane Whitly; Amelia Walker; James C. Walker; Mrs. H. Dale; Wm. Stephenson; Robt. W. Fitch; W. J. Lee; David Keys; Thos. Keys; Thos. Ross; Chas. Hollenbeck; John McGill; Gurley Lester; Cass River; Henry Unsworth; Chas. Unsworth; Flint & Pere Marquette Ry.; John Deering; C. Cuthbert; W. W. McRoy; H. Albertson; Henry Albertson; John Crouthers; Mathew Watters; G. H. Gourley; G. W.; R. E.; J. Morris; R. Morten; G. W. Vail; J. W. Cunningham; Cemetery; Frank Vail; Driving Park; G. F. Vail; H. W. Wilson; Martin Ahearne; Jessie Hood; Charles Ferguson; Allan Shelden; Geo. Ervin; F. B. Drummond; John Lynd; Jas. McCaughlan; James Lynd; William T. Taylor; Nelson; Landen; Robert Hewitt; Adam Craig; Eliza Irwin; Cheese Fact.; Thomas Walker; No. 8; John McGovern; L. H. Balsh; John Morgan; John B. Walker; Robt. Keys; Christina Dale; Goe Milbocker; Lewis Sohlinger; J. L. Sullivan; Geo. Wever; Geo. Morgan; Wm. Morgan; Nelson Negus; John McGill; Judson Wiley & Judson; Wm. McArthur; Geo. W. Vail; Wm Day; N. W. McRoy; Henry Cargill; Jos. Cooper; Archie Robinson; M. A. Getten; E. Haynes; Lenus Sontag; James Duffy; Mrs. Eliza Albertson; Thos. Stepheson; Geo. D. Wilson; Wm. H. Stevenson; Morton & Barnes; Chas. Oakes; Wm. Palmer; Wm. Cameron; Alex. Robinson; M. Hager; F. & P. M. R. R.; S. W. McRoy; Richard Kilgour; J. Hilderbrand; Albert Cotter; Wm. Bell Jr.; Wm. Bell Sr.; T. Harris; G. Soper; John Robinson; Albert Graham; R. Scholtz; John Harris; No. 6; Jas. Cargill Sr.; Jas. Cargill Jr.; Hugh Cargill; Chas. L. Smith; Thos. Harris; Geo. Kipp; Thos. Keys; H. Harris; Francis Dorland; Hiram Shatluck; Wm. Shaw; H. M. Hall; Alex McAllester; Jno. Stihson; L. H. Lambert; Judson, Wiley & Judson; Jas. Erwin; Jennie H. Weir; Wm. Kerr; Jennie H. Weir; E. M. Reynolds; South Branch of Cass River; Chris Sauder; David Sauder; Wm. Sauder; Oliver Peters; Mark E. Mann; John McGill; Joseph Roby; Jane Rowley; E. Turner; Geo. Douglas; Octavus Weaver; Thos. Beacom; Wm. Beacom; Abram Hager; Henry Gutches; D. Reynolds; John Cook; Marshall Abby; Richard Phillips; D. Reynolds; Robt. Keys; Geo. P. Hager; Henry Hager; S. W. McRoy; Chas. McRoy; Homer Balch; Robt. Ingram; Wm. Hager; Albert Hager; Casper Pabst; G. Pabst; Mrs. A. Long; Alex. Bailey; R. Scholtz; Jas. Forbes; G. Paschke; Fred. Litchenfeldt; Henry Howard; S. Clark; Saml. Howard; August Able; S. S. Bates; John Bland; Wm. Bland; Ferdinand Miller; John Keys; Robt. Keys; Albert Tibbals; T. Moss Est.; Horace Cooper; L. & C. Heiderman; Allan Shelden; H. & D. Howard Note: Towns 10 & 11 N. Range 12 E.

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Page  43 "o~wnlI1N.aielE ________MO0 RE ELARP.,.Tp -~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~T~ Jozi S^,rl,^^^J~e^ y^ ^ ~ to^ ^Kte WSsrj t " ^ ^ j /A~le^& id are i IS.0 ffzWi zr n a - B~y ee_ o -/Z * n i o~io Jco D~ 16 /20,.M7yJ~visEcod frwn^ n~~erQu~ri on ^o~^i.^~hr^ ^" ro- ^ mbro.-CopT Jj.jce-t 1(.9 60 z 40aw ^ 3 3 1 ~ ^ B5' _ 0 ^ ' l^ _ 0_ f _, ~ ' ' y^ B ^ >y^ ^fmarS. ~ ~~'13 ^ B/ o Thr 3 B ^Q k ~ ~ ~ T k.M T1, 0 ^ TI, 72 sc^ -E.v ()a Coon^' R ip, > ^ -^^ (^7 ^ * 01 40.40, 7,e9-n l.^ ^. ^ ^ | ^^^ ^. ^ 7 ^ ^ ^ ^ J~f ^ ^ -^. ^..^ ^ ^~~J a. -,Tfz. ws j,,yl^ ^ -^ ^ J ^ ^FC ' ^.1 J's.Mn~frd. ^r'n S ^ I^T/^ /7 ~bliahKeinaum ^ Mj-J r\u.7~m.,^,,-, ^ Uede~n Shmirzefstmlb m~i WeU/9 v - ^ ^?.^^ ^ 1^ |. "^-- ^ ^^. ^ t^^.-Bf.tgbee Atkmwf --- ---7 -r - - --- _B ^ ^ a,90 &P6. T --sno -^' -g -; J- &c-- *.,' e- rj ffe *i 7e -S F^Z~- CO 7, t^ Yj7- Zý o. J ^ v ^M- ) H-p-ym^-t-h-1q, 7 M-r Tcni~r e k.--J~nl~ _po Za d- ~60m e L xo rigH ^~4 /00 40 4J ___ ^^_ ^ so '.; ^ ^ __. ^ F^^ r~j,~~ 7 ^:* ^' ' '^ ' '^^.bw-iS S.*^18"^ '^ a BSemi,,^ -'^^ ~ ~ ~ ~ z 13t4 I -I-(\-- Tzc.-7 T u^(?^H JwiL GS c kep ^ f^,<A ^W^ im.orn Title: Elmer 11N 13E Keywords: Moore Tp.; Elmer P. O.; Flynn Tp.; Elk Tp.; Marlette Tp.; Watertown Tp.; Judson Wiley & Judson; Unknown; W. L. Jenks; Susan Ann Collin; D. S. McClure; Avery Heirs; Andrew Moore; G. A. Davis; Mary Davis; B. R. Noble; Mary Davis; Edward Hilburn; Geo. Edwards; Walter Harrison; M. Harrison; Wm. Vanderveer; No. 3; Chas. Bugbee; Edw. Hilburn; Geo. Bugbee; Mrs. Eddy; Wm. Tetzlaff; John Kirkbride; Geo. Pardy; John Pardy; A. & H. Ayling; Jas. McQuarrie; L. B. Coon; Martin Moore; A. Purdy; S. & J. Groh; Robt. Watson; Geo. Cobleigh; Edward Farr; Wm. Rowe; Caroline Willis; A. Kolbe; A. Pitcher; Ennis Quimby; Solomon Groh; Jacob Groh; Wm. Essery; W. H. Murley; Mrs. E. Sillars; H. Adams; M. A. Sharkey; Abner Hazen; D. F. Kirbyson; Allan Sheldon & Co.; J. M. Gaige; Jos. Fox; John Fox; Jas. Tolbert; H. Hale; C. G. Cooper; Hy. Smeckert; Wm. Niemeyer; John E. King; Hubbard & King; Nicholas Van Hiltmeyer; A. Hall; T. Moss Est.; Judson, Wiley & Judson; J. & J. Atkinson; Avery Heirs; Saml. Minard; T. Moss Est.; Geo. Merrill; Andrew Moore; J. M. Gaige; F. Palms; Geo. Mark; Cass River; Chas. Montague; Flumerfelt McCoy & Ayre; Jos. A. Watson; Wm. W. Pollard; J. M. Gaige; John Pollard; Melvin Daniels; G. Edwards; Jas. Minard; Chas. Brooks; Geo. Mark; Geo. Davis; I. A. Tucker; Saml. Minard; Edw. Tucker; Isaac A. Tucker; Isaac Tucker; Jos. McGuigan; J. Hinch; Jas. Woodruff; Robt. Legear; John Groh; Z. Portice; E. A. Tingley; E. Tingley; Wm. Gordanier; H. Keinbaum; S. Scribener; Stephen Scribener; Henry Macey; A. Groh; William Legear; Robt. Raines; C. Wood; John Groombride; Alvin Eastman; Robt. Raines; No. 1; John Hyslop; Walter Hyslop; T. Moss Est.; Jas. Anton; Fred Smith; Alan Shelden; A. F. Keinbaum; Wm. Doering; Chas. Doering; John Freel; Geo. Smith; A. Smith; Allan Shelden; H. W. Holcomb; Wm. Smith; Chas. Smith; H. S. Freel; Judson, Wiley & Judson; W. W. Smith; M. McNamara; Wm. Dawson; J. Morris; Jas. Minard; H. Legear; T. Moss Est.; H. P. Smith; M. D. Mills; Geo. Mark; L. Schneider; Saml. Davis; Wm. Tucker; Jos. Tucker; Gotleib Schneider; Charles Genschow; David Dunlap; Rudolph Genschow; Alex. McDonald; Herman Genschow; Geo. Groh; T. Moss Est.; A. Lipke; J. Cobleigh; A. E. Keinbaum; Baltus Buss; D. P. Morse; W. Quimby; Mrs. Drumm; Archie Sillars; Saml. Cook; F. Miller; R. Luxton; Robt. Hall; John Henderson; Geo. Doering; John Hall; A. Hoag; Geo. Kemp; Laban Hoag; Danl. Schwartzenstraub; F. C. Smith; C. Wenger; Luth. Ch.; Wm. Katzke; O. F. Teeple; Fr. No. 4; Cass River; S. Branch; R. Gilbert et al; M. Conley; St. Johns Sewing Machine Co.; N. M. Smith; T. Moss Estate; Robt. McDonald; D. E. & V. A. Hedden; H. P. Smith; Knud Knudson; P. Kragelund; Mrs. Oleson; M. H. Laursen; Martin Hanson; Chas. Eddy; Andrew Jepson; A. Anderson; Marie Christensen; Thos. Hansen; Juhl P. O.; Neils M. Smith; Christ. Ipland; Daniel Danielson; G. H. Banks; John Banks; Lawrence Christensen; Peter Juhl; No. 5; Town Hall; Richardson; Thos. Hudson; John McCallum; Harris; C. Parrish; Emma Demera; J. W. Tippet; J. Bedford Jr.; E. Walker; C. R. Crossett; C. Parrish; John Sopha; Jas. Sopha; M. Sopha; Wm. Mattock; Geo. Carter; John Mintey; James Lindsay; J. E. Hull; Wm. Thrower; R. Luxton; William F. Doering; F. M. Ch.; Harry Conley; E. F. Lepez; E. A. Cummer; Cyrus Pulsifer; Donald Black; John Cumper; J. H. Gaige; W. B. McGill; Thos. U. Dawson; H. P. Smith; E. C. Litcfield; J. P. Wilhelmsen; N. C. Nelsen; M. Laursen; Peter Miller; Geo. Williamson; No. 2; P. Williamson; C. Appel; J. Hansen; J N Smith; J. Hanson; C. Laursen; M. Laursen; Hans Tiedeman; Jens C. Juhl; Isaac Hill; John Mullany; N. Winter; Simon Jepson; Henry Jones; Adam Heron; John L. Harris; Thos. Packwood; Mrs. D. Wilkins; John Miller; Thos. Cook; John Foster; R. Papst; Moss, Mills & Gaige; Andrew Balley; S. C. & F. Tewksbury; J. Goddard; Jacob E. Hull; John D. O’Brien; R. G. & R. D. Spruce; Fred Green; No. 4; Allan Shelden; A. Sweetser; John Hilliker; Jas. Shoe; Luther Lester; Jas. Wilson; W. B. McGill; Henry J. Hudson; W. B. McGill; H. W. Bristol et al.; C. F. Harrington; Sarah Davis; H. Vanvalkenburg; John G. O’Neill; J. Harris; Henry Harris; R M; A. M. McDonald; Stephen Millard; H. E. Artress; J. Dafoe; A. Rogers; J. G. O’Neill; H. Vanvalkenburg; Abram Davis; G. Demerow; A. Rogers; G. Gorgonson; J. P. Sanborn et al; J. P. Sanborn et al; J. P. Sanborn, H. Tappan and E. F. Law; Wm. Dawson; Wm. Henry; Alice H. Towle; Thomas Allen; Wm. Henry; Jas. Thompson; A. Smith; John E. King; J. Robbins; Jas. Bissett; S. Weaver; W. R. Smith; Ann S. Wilson; Jas. Johnson; John D. O’Brien; Wesley Cole; W. Cole; Wm. Cole; Fr. No 1.; D. Chisholm; Hugh Leitch; Mrs. McKibbie; A. Tibbits; M. Chisholm; Laurel P. O. Note: Town 11 N. Range 13 E.

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Page  45 TownII1N.Pvange14E1 Srar& 40c Cha~zzs (aIeIcA _____ ~~~SANOL'US KY 14MB B4IZRVR074wPO ~~~~- 3 2_ _ _ *l EIE C$tnc 40l 40<10md 40 Z0, G/-tPfaotd.- N 44'~~_A ac7Frcrne CusS7Z1z WVV 7z-4;12% /e /%sl N 0 4 40 ______________ _____________ __________4011-9 4 -l x~f _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 7S 6K2~s AInyl 80. J~eeiw 4C o. 4t647-al ___ 40 Hez., l 13_ le___ __ 0 Ascltl fzf 6Y Z p, 40 40 O -feb: 40r 40 40433o~ 0 43 1 0U N ~ ~ th+43 43 34 14 Z~' ~ ]~"-4 0 4 404 13CPlWca. 4 az4&0 40 4 otg 01/ S~jJcryr4i Title: Watertown 11N 14E Keywords: Custer Tp.; County of Sanilac; Sandusky and Black River Drain; Berkshire P. O.; Elk Tp.; Washington Tp.; Elmer Tp.; S. E. Gilbert; Wm. Niemeyer; A. Crawford; A. Hall; M. W. Moore; Moss & Mills; T. Moss Est.; Moss & Mills; Hubbard & King; Sanilac Centre P. O.; J. Bartley; J. S. Crandell; Thos Dillon; J. Gillam; A. L. Gillam; Thos. Gleason; Wallace Evans; Wm. Bennett; T. Moss Est.; Allan Shelaen; John Quinn; J. A. Morrill; A. J. West; Wm. Parkinson; A. L. Gillam; Mills & Gaige; H. J. Willert; Wm. McArthur; Allan Shelden; Sanilac Stock Farm; J. H. Bery et al; J. Shedd; J. H. Mills et al; Robert Wilson; Frank Klohn; Joseph Rabado; John Frizzle; Rose Streu; Gust. Haar; L Reno; J. Bright; N. Hagle; John Nestell; Gus. Silk; R. Bright; J. Johnson; H. Silk; Geo. Graham; Hubbard & King; J. Donaldson; Geo. Donaldson; A. McIntyre; Geo. Henry; C. W. Cadow; E. C. Babcock; No. 2; E. E. Lepez; A. H. Adams; T. E. Rumsey; Maria Walker; E. H. Schroder; J. M. Gaige; Moss & Mills; Wm. H. Beal; T. Moss Est.; Mills & Gaige; S. D. Miller et al; S. D. Miller; A. Finnegan; Geo. Toles; Frank Klohn; J. Toles; Fred Toles; W. L. Jenks; H. Chishobn; Luth Ch; M. Kepsel; B. Wakefield; D. P. Morse; No. 4; Fred Streu; F. Kuchenmester; Wm. Hoff; A. Kerner; M. Hoff; Frank Eggert; J. Henderson; Jas. Bell; Robt. Henderson; Geo. Donaldson; D. Alexander; John Bartley; I. Davinport; R. Owen; Alex Donaldson; C. Murphy; Geo. Potter; H. W. Kennedy; W. H. Backhouse; Ewd. Walker; C. Murphy; J. Stevenson; Hubbard & King; Saml. Garton; O. Miller; H. Brown; John Ostick; J. Alexander; W. Mills; Samuel Lester; Wm. McArthur; Geo. Henry; E. F. Lepez; Joseph Geno; Moss & Mills; Mills & Gaige; G. W. Huffman; D. M. Anderson; T. Moss Est.; H. Stark; W. A. Rutherford; Lewis Gardner; J. McPherson; S. C. & F. Tewksbury; J. McPherson; John McPherson; J. Dwyer; C. W. Harneck; Chas. Klohn; Robt. McPherson; L. A. Weeks; Geo. Dailey; C. H. Converse; Wm. McWilliams; S. Severance; E. Severance; F. Shephard; Chas. Barnes; No 8; John Streu; Chas. Huff; Chas. Barnes; M. S. Jones; Wm Pritchett; Albert Brookins; M. R. Haze; A. Cornwell; W. H. Beardsley; O. Lampere; Judson Wiley & Judson; Wm. Dawson; D. P. Jennings; W. H. Beardsley; Wm. Trerice; O. Trerice; T. Moss Est.; G. Gordon; T. Moss Est.; S. Smith; E. Smith; M. N. Mugan; R. Ostick; J. McConnel; Wm. Cornwell; J. Paton; Eli Woodward; W. T. Smith; J. Alexander; J. B. Papinean; J. Papinean; J. Blasdell; M. & E. Rolph; J. Granger; T. W. Lynch; S. Blasdell; R. Smalldon; J. Smalldon; G. W. Jenks; D. Plant; D. Ayotte; A. Muray; I. Alexander; T. W. Lynch; John Wedge; Jas. Lynch; Thos. Lynch; H. M. Dewey; C. A. Hagle; Geo. Wedge; Mr. McLane; H. Johnson; John Goffton; Albert Pack; Judson Wiley & Judson; J. Maitland; A. Lester; J. Geister; S. Warner; Wm. Schultz; J. Kavanaugh; C. Labond; W. Willer; N. Mills; J. Phillips; Thos. Hilliker; S. Hilliker; Thos. Johnson; A. Scott; W. G. Young; Geo. Livingston; A. Hagle; C. Howse; R. C. Ester; G. A. Lane; E. McClure; D. Trerice; J. Langford; Wm Ross; W. W. Fries; Geo. Morris; H. Hoffman; J. W. Spencer; E. A. Cash; Josiah Mitchell; Judson Wiley & Judson; John Mitchell; Wm. Edmonds; J. Paton; Peter Ducharme; D. Mitchell; F. Demrow; H. Sherman Cash; P. O.; Store; Geo. Cash; B. Masse; J. E. Masse; Mrs. Ross; J. Cook; H. Backhouse; H. Baker; E. A. Backhouse; Macabee Hall; P. Maxwell; A. Fetting; G. Cash; Geo. Backhouse; John W. Myres; S. J. King; F. Kaatz; Ewd. Slattery; Ross Dodge; No. 6; L. O. Bagley; Daniel Echlin; E. J. Clark; Joseph J Kake; Chas. Goff; J. B. Wiley; Chas. Lutten; S. Kasdorf; G. Eagle; E. Eagle; H. Higgins; J. Lester; J. Wallace; J. Wesch; H. Wesch; F. Wesch; J. Kasdorf; H. Wesch; Alfred Williams; J. W. Sanborn; A. R. Claggett; J. Kasdorf; G. T. Smith; W. J.; H. Woolman; P. Spring; M. E. Ch; D. Carney; No 1; T. Moss Est.; Geo. Teets; John Willer; Frank Absalom; Elk Creek; Henry Hickson; W. Coldeugh; Geo. Morris; Henry Hickson; H. Dickie; D. Graham; Joseph Curren; Thos. Cash; John Harding; H. Dickie; I. C. Wheeler; A. C. King; John Harding; F. Cadow; S. C. & F. Tewksbury; Geo. Evans; A. S. Parks; F. Hoffman; B. Ch; Store; H. Rickett; No. 2; G. Denrow; Chas. Staley; C. Stark; A. Cash; J. E. Ludake; E. Sutherland; A. Cash; C. Stark; A. Stolp; Chas. Staley; F. Gosman; Ewd. Cash Est; H. Loding; H. Phillips; H. Stark; A. Fetting; C. Mizner; C. Thompson; A. Fetting Sr.; H. Loding; T. Moss Est.; John Jess; Jas. Tubbs; J. A. Burdino Note: Town 11 N. Range 14 E.

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Page  47 TownlIN.Ran el5E.' SCO, Cl ýaý X 0 Z7Z Ck. -(0AflPc4q (fl7TXT fl' i D f TPo H w zt ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ SZ ff3z 33 zzflt+ t to 80 42~9 ff.y~A4f3. 7r..k~n~ Aeroit knees22'c S. ý 7Q 44/i A 8 4& J~s.I r r 7 Ii I~Z~t s~ 'J~asLJ tille kans ~rs 2rnk~r 42,8 *9 U 9f. X, 67%1'% S 9 40Y-h rl _ __ __ _ __ U 6V$~116%w4~.>le o/m~ di120 -/t7&re Ze tce~s ~t c9&~Z~vzrzdviePa[w 4:9 NJ q cg-~g6egtzazzvt ~ &-way'sK.%9Ocrc-pP2& ~ 86 14c ~ Zr (Z~tn~ic~ fif-A9 e~t~IL * ji9 _ _ __ tbsrj~to __ ___ __ _ _ _ _ _ ____ ___"_7 U o-Z 0U 85~6 ~ 6IV K rry ~ N ewl~ a~yz~h6Xas&Pk s~. M/er Zr6"&8 Cd/P 71, ___ ____ _______ z flft'F _rrz~< K /5 ~'1 ýQONQ -1ee9crzF /st~ 9e s~z&oýS HI ~sXK*3 Fee Pb3g Phabt m~& J~ozclc ~ 42T6 Ses 89 4940 JZ4C/2 4050 FF F%4p C869 &Z7-. U 3 - e 40/2 /00 * 1Z49Z-fZ 4" JYo~i~A~dd ~ I6W00 K..~ ~ ~l~Bene*~i K ale"V 149.80 Ias16bnOy'C %N 'o U rzSC XaZ (Zs. r''aZ7t7n849' B PWW ack -&Ms aelo60aqMW ý7z)w 4sw > X49k a// _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ Z8 t _ 8 8 4$zc tZRC7 t I 5 40_ _ _ _ __ S AOZ5 C'3 y 2~ A e2019 -;4 0 tT M_ eo' -)O } /66' ~ A'7 0 z 0 H H 4 - BIUE LL TP III. - LEýXIXGT ON PN Title: Washington 11N 15E Keywords: Bridgehampton Tp.; Buell Tp.; Lexington Tp.; Sanilac Tp.; Watertown Tp.; Elk Creek; Black River; Flint & Pere Marquette Railway; Carsonville P. O.; F. Klohn; F. Bennett; E. Gordon; T. Myers; H. W. Smith; Joseph Ertz; Henry Ruttle; O. H. S.; Alex O’Connell; Jas. W. Baird; A. H. Green; Wm. Sells; Amelia Hinds; E. Diem; G. Sells; J. Caffell; M. Cannire; R. J. Arnot; T. Diem; H. Stone; Jas. Rourke; Wm. Thomson; Wm. Thompson; M. Clelland; C. Anderson; John Cleeland; A. Gerow; Andrew Gerow; L. Mills; Wm. Crorey Est.; T. Anderson; J. Maynard; Hall; F. A.; E. Anderson; No. 2 F. R.; Wm. F. Chipman; J. Sophia; T. Alexander; M. Kelley; Thos. Johnston; John Jones; J. E. Shepherd; Cathrine Manion; John Dewan; J. Collins; Mrs. J. McPherson; Geo. Hayes; Hugh Hayes; Jas. Alexander; Erastus Bettis; John McPherson; B. Lynch; W. Butler; J. Kerns; James Fee; M. Myers; H. Rowart; F. Recore; W. J. Kerns; R. Butler; J. E. Ainsworth; M. Cannire; J. R. Phillips; I. Ridley; Mrs. Vennest; P. Volmer; R. J. Arnot; Graham & Wright; H. W. Smith; J. Betts; Henry Felker; Wm. Frazer; Wm. McComb; I. Wyers; W. F. Chipman; Jas. Laughlin; L. M. Kelly; T. Moss Est.; J. J. Thornton; N. Thornton; M. E. Ch.; John Davidson; C. T. Thornton; Chas. Hurley; Frank Chipman; E. J. Rawlins; John Jones; Geo. Pailing; H. Odlam; Jas. Alexander; H. S. Grant; Wm. Quinlan; Wm. Brown; W. Phillips; Chas. Klohn; Henry McPherson; A. Wedge; David Crorey; S. C. & F. Tewksbury; N. L. McConnell; M. McConnell; James Fee; R. Schmidt; John Dwyer; T. P. Woods; Geo. A. Annand; J. Felker; T. Stone; Danl. Kennedy; E. Smith; Wm. Stone; Lewis Gingrich; Geo. A. Annand; R. Butler; No. 6; J. Coughel; S. Randall; Geo. McNutt; Elizabeth Pray; Wm. Stone; S. W. Pingrey; Wm. H. Clark; W. E. Thornton; S. Erbe; Wm. Clark; H. McLean; Nelson Patterson; W. A. E. Cline; W. E. Thornton; Frank Wilkinson; John Kitchen; Geo. Knolls; August Erbe; John Pailing; Wm. McMahon; Brick Yard; W. T.; Wm. Parker; R. Graybill; J. Drape; Chas. Shelden; J. Thornton; No. 1; U. B. Ch.; J. A. Ragan; J. I. Allen; John Draper; John Davidson; John L. Henry; John Jones; John S. Sherman; Geo. W. Graham; J. Sposback; W. J. Grant; John Ferrier; Robt. Booth; W. Phillips; C. McPherson; Mrs. J. Cummings; Geo. Stone; Wm. Moore; Wm. Reed; John White; Wm. Roy; Ella F. Arnot; A. Fox; John Carrie; Jas. Stone; W. C. Webster et al.; Geo. Turnbull; G. Cornniel; I. M. Kelly; T. Stone; Chas. Case; Jas. Harvey; C. W. J. Harvey; A. Drake; J. M. Gaige; S. Rothschild; John Ferguson; Thos. Smith; Wm. Kemp; Geo. Merrill; J. Merrill; Jas. Carling; Josiah Gingrich; R. McCollum; Hiram Patterson; John Elliot; Wm. Phipps; Wm. Carrie; Chas. Erbe; Wm. Roe; Chas. Erbe; David Bombard; Fred. Wolf; Peter Garner; J. W. McCawdless; Wm. Matthews; David Maxwell; John McQuay; John Schoettlee; Wm. Elliot; Jas. Maxwell; Wm. H. Carter; Thos. Elliot; Joel Hurley; Geo. Henry; T. Ernest; Mrs. J. K. Ames; James Fee; J. I. Osborn; Geo. McGuffin; S. Rothschild et al; David Vanmeer; S. Joslin; John Osborn; Wm. Wilson; Thos. Hogg; Wm. Ferres; J. Livingston; R. Steckley; L. Terris; Jas. McLain; John Bowie; E. Smith; A. Stevenson; E. Smith; Maccabee Hall; No. 4; John Freeman; Jas. Tubbs Sr.; Wm. Benedick; H. H. Tyrrell; H. London; Mrs. E. Loucks; Wm. Stoner; A. L. Spencer; Jas. Conley; J. Douglass; Jas. Tubbs Sr.; Wm. Tubbs; Bert Gingrich; Wm. A. Englehart; Wm. Booth; M. Kipp; O. Doyle; Chas. Mills; Wm. Cummings; Wm. Papps; Geo. Phipps; T Moss Est.; E. Potter; A. Osborne; J. Osborne; E. F. Ennest; R. Ennest; M. A. Ennest; Batzel & Co.; Martin Davis; Thos. Pethrick; Applegate P. O.; Depot; E. Mitchell; C. Cudney; E. F. Patterson; B. Wixson; T. Moss Est.; L. Nestell; R. McMillan; J. E. King; G. Barton; A. Cornwell; E. Reynolds; John Hobson; Miss J. Pack; Wm. Hobson; D. Crorey; C. W. Cornwell; Robt. Joslin; Cem.; John Vanbuskirk; J. Fockler; J. M. Gaige; Geo. Emerson; A. A. Munn; M. E. Ch.; R. Murrey; E. J. King; J. Molland; Wm. Tubbs; W. H. Maskell; A. Sheldon; G. Hartwich; R. Craven; J. W. Sanborn; E. E. Sanderson; A. McNaughton; D. McNaughton; Avery Heirs; Robt. Ferriby; I. H. Long; T. Neaves; A. Ferriby; Q. Vincent; D. Vincent; P. Vincent; Martin Doyle; John Graham; Ann Mitchell; A. Sherman; Chas. Mills; Mrs. A. Rowe; John Mills; L. Seaton; No. 3; A. Burr; Geo. Merrill; Theo. Ennest; J. H. Farr; R. N. Ferriby; J. W. Ferriby; B. Bond; W. H. Ennest; E. E. Bond; John McDonald; B. E. Bond; M. H. Munn; E. Ennest; A. Sweet; D. Beers; A. Helm Note: Town 11 N. Range 15 E.

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Page  50 or Title: Sanilac 11N; 12N 16E Keywords: Forester Tp.; Bridgehampton Tp.; Lake Huron; Washington Tp.; Lexington Tp.; Geo. French; M. Peak; R. J. Arnot; A. Miller; T. Page; M. Kerr; John Kerr Est.; Wm Castator; C. Sherman; Jas. Murray; No 5 F. R.; Jas. Roy; Alex Roy; Jane Roy; W. E. Ferrington; E. Day; Mathew Willis; M. Green; M. Taylor; P. O’Mara; H. Davis; Herman Fairman; J. Brodie; D. Day; Geo Day; W. H. Day; Geo. Upper; Chas. Leming; Thos. Urie; Wm. Perry; C. Meddaugh; R. Allen; Jacob Day; Geo. Day; L. Thornton; W. W. Cook; J. Day; L. Day; Alfred Jones; R. Swayze; Archie Campbell; John Carter; G. W. Wilkinson; Lot 40; No. 6; Alex Miller; R. McBride; Wm. McDonald; Fred Seitz; David McCombs; Zack Jefferson; Casper Basler; A. Husband; Archie Campbell; J. Fearck; H. McBride; E. Allen; Fred Schroder; H. Morrison; Wm. Morrison; John Crawford; Thos. Montgomery; Alex Roy; Geo. Huyck; J. H. Huyck; J. Basler; John Deveraux; W. McWilliams; Geo. Quance; H. Perry; J Basler; Jas. Maskell; E. Day; Geo. Day; R. Allen; Chas. Kelley; John Brown; Thos Proctor; R. Wires; John Davis; M Thornton; Mrs. W. Allen; Peter Willit; Alex Pratt; J. Cassaw; M. Thornton; I. Hadwin; J. S. Roder; J. S. R.; Mrs. Deyo; M. T; E. R. Hernington; Mrs. Cassaw; Jas. Canfield; Mrs. Beaty; Ewd Allen Est; Ewd Allen; P. Quinlan; John Kelley; Dennis Carl; Chas Shroder; Mrs. Sloat; B. Kelley; Geo. Fraser; No. 5; Casper Basler; Benj Welsh; John Dorgan; Miss Slater; John Slater; B. W; Isaac Mills; Thos Ford; John Stoutenburg; Rudolph Platts; N. Mills; H. A. Cunningham; N Mills; Mrs. G. Williams; J. Keachie; J. Proctor; Wm. Ward; A. Pratt; Mrs. Walker; Geo. Walker; E. Hurkett; A. Leins; E. Mills; P. Harkett; E. Harkett; A. Whitney; J. C. Whitney; A. Leins; R. Urie; Jas. Brodie; H. Oldfield; P. McCormach; Jas. Canfield; P. Canfield; M. Maher; J. Husson; F. McCullough; C. Smith; Wm. Manion; H. W. Stevens; Francis Mullen; E. Dorgan; Mary Clanaherd; Wm. Ford; C. Ford; John Mathews; R. C. Ch; John Tracy; Isaac Mills; E. Godfrey; L. Dugan; M. J. Dugan; Nelson Cameron; J. Albright; L. Schroder; E. Godfrey; Thos. Trace; Joseph Moore; Lewis Schroder; H. Nevens; John Frese; John Black; John Keachie; M. Markel; John Frese; E. Mead; H. Sherman; H. Oldfield; Chas. Greening; Mary Wilson; Wm Greening; H. Schlichting; J. M. Loor; J. M. Loop; E. Mills; W. H. Riley; J. Rhoder; Port Sanilac P. O.; S Coppernoll; J. M. Loop; Fruit Farm; C. M. Oldfield; A. McGregor; R. Maher; John Hanson; M. Maher; Patrick Maher; Geo. Goodall; John Husson; Wayne Co Savings Bank; Wm. Ford; Geo. Merrill; S. Hubbell; Thos. Hyde; Patrick Shea; O. W. Lewis; John Hyde; E. Smith; A. Thrall; No; L. Woods; Nelson Cameron; Theo. Monzo; Wm. T. Brown; Chris Behn; Joseph Fearck; John Cuppen; Joseph Albright; Wm. Macklem; Mrs. Miller; Joseph Pohzehl; Fred. Shultz; J. Albright; Lewis Deatman; Charles Jarchow; Mrs. Finlyson; F. Weidel; J. F. Jarchow; H. Schlichting; Wm. Greening; W. W. Robinson; A. McGregor; M. A. Hyman; Simon Daily; Mrs. M. Wright; Albert Monzow; H. Rathburn; Jane Rand; J. L. Gould; John Ferrior; R. Booth; Geo. Watson; David Hubbell; D. McNaughton; John Avery; Wm. Brown; D. McNaughton; Frank Henderson; Mary Randall; O. W. Lewis; Fred Traub; A. Nurenberg; Chas. Cuppen; Spring; J. Hubbell; Wind Mill; J. Hubbell; C. Cogal; H. Paschen; Chas. Petre; John Shultz; Frank Westphal; J. F. Westphal; Chas. Westphal; Charles Albricht; C. Nurenburg Jr.; John Massman; C. Albricht; A. Heyman; F. H. Monzow; A. Risner; Ewd. Falls; Wm. Stewart; F. McKenzie; C. Churchill; E. McKenzie; J. B. Shields; J. Monzow; J. Schottle; Eugene Dickinson; E. K. Baxter; Geo. Watson; P. McNaughton; D. Mutehart; Thos. Hawkins; John Burns; S. P. Maskell; Mrs. C. Sherman; Saml. Dickinson; F. Dickinson; Ewd Dickinson; Wm. Kirk Jr.; Jas. Kirk; John Kirk; Mark Willis; J. Paddock; H. Houston; Wm. Henderson; Wm. Kirk Sr. Est.; F. Monzo Sr; Wm. Brauton; Cem; M. E. Ch; S. P. Maskall; John Bingall; J. M. Fitzgerald; C. Harnock; Chas. Massman Est.; Mrs. C. Sherman; C. Rickerman; C. Hernock; A. Gath; E. J. Monzo; Sebastian Erb; Joseph Smith; John Demzine; John Bellow; Ger. Luth Ch. & School Prop. 40; Mrs. Suerwier; J. Ebner; Mrs. Ebner; F. Monzo; C. Jarchow; John Jarchow; Wm. Barnes; John Bellow; J. Puddock; J. Garbut; J. Puddock; E. Dickinson; Wm. Young; S. C. & F. Tewkbury; Mrs. H. Cudney; David Kirk; Mary Cutler; Thos. Hawkins; J. Quinn; B. Pierson; Wm. Allen; Joel Sherman; Saml. Dickinson; S. B. Dickinson; L. Demert; S. T. Willis; Jas. Mattison; J. H. Benedict; A. Benedict; Bk Shop; Mrs. Vannest; Philip Weideman; Mark Willis; J. Mattison; No. 2; A. Benedict; Mrs. L. Melburn; M. Cook; J. M. Deneen; B. Burns; J. P. Bingal; J. M. Woods; J. M. Fitzgerald; J. Cook; J. W. Woods; Thos. Cook; Wm. Henderson; Jas. Quinn; F. Suerwier; F. Walter; H. Lintz; H. Grounstead; F. Suerwier; J. Massman; John Quinn; F. Bucholtz; H. Grumstead; C. Derges; No. 9; H. Lintz; John Beck; A. Gath; O. Halverson; A. Hoppenworth Sr.; A. Hoppenworth Jr.; Jane Truax; A. Heim; Calvin Blake; Wm. Murry; Geo. Little; Robt. Perkins; Edw. Cutler; Wm Allen; John Cane; Jas. Conlin; Wm. Cutler; J. McDonald; A. McDonald; Mrs. Stecker; A. Derby; J. H. London; Edw. Hill; John Hill; N. Austin; O. Munn; T. Moynahan; Ira Fraileigh; John Bearse; John Burns; John Crawford; C. Cronkhite; D. McClaren; Fred Suerwier; L. Roy; J. Casey; J. Lewis; C. Massman; J. Massman; D. Shutel; B. V. Holstead; F. McDonald; Wm. Casey; D. Roy; Mary James; J. Miller; L. B. James; J. C. Miller; Wm. McKay; D. Clark; D. Shottle Note: Towns 11 & 12 N. Range 16 E.

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Page  53 TownlO?lNr elSoE. MAL'E TT<PV r7 W i /rze 1,o3 Hr n Su~lrcaz ~"9 Sntlv zppt ý ~j7 ~40 80 T40 40 ~lVZ 3' ~ > K31 Sct~a& 40 S R <1 ~2rt K' Z.ffh/rooAs jo _ NK7ý Z:t. R/ 40ý " AA N K *ThosloZtbts 80 3/ lt'tit.Ho//av 80 U. I S I U N K U K '-U 40. 40 1 20 4 S / 4-0 rYS I - -4 - i -. 'Lilt * 40 /Tzt40 V.40 N. 40 Ifazyk 840 r a I E" 0 90 8 T, ssEst.40 -0 0 3/' pzs //0 //3 C lq71 ralkep " 80 "7404 1 4....J80k4 *40 Til} '4 Jq;$1: ylli) is 0llir ~ N~ ~ 3 2)r. 7%',J7. ~s r/. zzstcrOe/ Nr4 /21- 4-0 40- 40 120''Am"n O - 3.40 *07 79SNU14 _ __40_4 62 80 8677-K, 1131 J..fJ. 7, 6 c40 404 '3636 6N2 Ko 80 80 J31z 9937 #0 Jtfffowrtl n 4 Ilk N 2.00edsso~~ -ass Es -4W 0wI.E. 3 3~4 Ago"40K *__ 27_ ____ __ _______ __ _ 2___ __ _ _ __ _ __ ___ ___ ___ __ _ ___ _ _ k7 4?2 r6-r, go08 Irha-ret' e33 6"0 40. /k7 40:~ _ 80 4.) 40 '. 0 40.40 80 S6 40 8 0 8 40 *40 40 -- 4s04 aoWn> le' K 55a ~, Jctgok/ThfrcZ 40 356s 42 6 M -49 K..1z /60z, aJ/nsz bil- /6MXc4sisrc ~ s btt ~ J~z&o/~ 6 ~ ~ is 4/2 42 U N.3 _ _ -1,9 ____ jaý ffook v -40 13ý 2J7 _R7pa ýb 01 A ý-M APLE. Title: Flynn 10N 13E Keywords: Marlette; Elmer Tp.; Maple Valley Tp.; Lapeer Co.; Elk Tp; Marlette Tp.; John Sullivan; James Sullivan; South Branch of Cass River; No Record; L. Cassaler; H. G. Snover; State Land; C. Hurd; R. Willis; A. Collins; Wm. Hogan; Thos. Collins; W. Taylor; J. M. Gaige; John Mahaffey; Wm. Allen; Allan Shelden; J. M. Gaige; J. King; Alex Cummings; H. P. Smith; State Land; Emerson Davies; William Mehaffey; John Murphy; J. Rippin; John Davies; Melv. Whittaker; A. Cummings; H. M. Lansburg; John Rice; W. A. White; Jos. Harris; J. E. King; R. Willis; R. Willis; J. E. King; Rebecca Jones; Mary H. Jacobs; S. J. Murphy; Mary H. Jacobs; Avery Heirs; T. Moss Est.; Mary H. Jacobs; N. & B. Mills; John E. King; Z. H. Brooks; J. M. Jones; H. Potter; G. Hillman; N. & B. Mills; J. Cronover; Wm. Kerr; Wm. Edwards; John Dinsmore; John Ellis; Geo. Collins; Thos. Morgan; S. Woolman; Frank Brown; Geo. Brown; Peter Pruhs; Elizabeth Pruhs; Robt. Morgan; John Link; No. 2; J. Gray; John Bolt; James O. Frasier; Thos. Mehaffey; R. Willis; John Walker; Hugh Mehaffey; Robt. Potter; Alice H. Towle; T. Moss Est.; R. Willis; Wm. McArthur; R. Willis; Z. H. Brooks; Alice H. Towle; Obrien J. Atkinson; S. C. & F. Tewksbury; Henry Dailey; J. Dailey; H. G. Snover; N. Mills et al; John Dailey; J. Chisholm; John Weaver; Phebe Wedge; Thos. Earby; R. Millin; Pres. Ch.; J. McIntyre; Geo. Murry; R. S. Williams; Wm. Smith; Wm. Spring Est.; Olive Brooks; Robt. Dinsmore; David Justin; Thos. Welsh Est.; Amanda Lane; Wm. Sampson; Amanda Lane; Saml. Patrick; David Ramsey; Geo. Marrion; Henry Rogers; Mary E. Richardson; Mary Miller; Ben Foster; A. Dorland; J. Cornwell; Chas. Welsh; Henry McRea; Mich. Fire & Marine Insurance Co.; Henry McRea; A. Vandewarker; G. C. Smith; A. Justin; H. P. Smith; R. Willis; T. Moss Est.; E. F. Lepez; Chas. Cork; D. McPhee; John Isles; V. Setter; R. Grypten; Alice Towle; Jacob Setter; James Dailey; L Dailey; John Setter; Nicholas Setter; Henry Rillett; H. Damon; Joseph Crocker; Mary Rumrell; Isaac Hillman; Wm. Hillman; Adam Kake; Wm. Hillman; M. T. Bailey; T. Dillon; John Pettit; Wm. Daw; John Pettit; Jacob Hillman; Jas. Hillman; Wm. Stevenson; Morris Rockwell; Thos. Welsh Est.; F. H. Foster; H. Bannister; Wm. Stine; Carson Harvey; C. Harvey; John VanNest; C. Harvey; C. Drader; D. Welsh; Amanda Lane; Thos. Davis; M. McCready; No. 3; Ramsey Bros.; Walter Welsh; James Lucas; Robt. Atridge; J. E. Bateman; Town Hall; Jas. V. Foster; Edmond Dorland; Fred. Gray; R. Willis; Theo. Luce; Donald Graham; Manuel Most; H. McDonald; R. McDonald; Alex Campbell; D. Campbell; J. H. Shepherd; Alex McLennan; Wm. Beckton; John Beckton; John Anger Est; Jas. G. Gordon; Arthur Falconer; K. Morrison; Geo. Large; No. 5; J. Sanderson; John Isles; Thos. Large; C. H. Shephard; Chas. Isles; Sasan Isles; Kate McKellar; P. McKellar; John Blatt; John Bartlett; L. E. Miggeman; R. Tibbles; J. S. Foster; Melvin Curtis; J. & H. Howard; Judson Wiley & Judson; John Krager; Wm. J. Craig; T. Moss Est.; J. Steiner; W. N. Van Brocklin; Judson, Wiley & Judson; J. & H. Howard; P. L. Wixson; O. H. Savage; C. M. Stockwell; Mich. Fire & Marine Ins. Co.; N. & B. Mills; Alex McAlpine; Archa McAlpine; Mary McKellar; H. Beals; M. Beals; Mary Campbell; Wm. Clapsadle; Albert House; Annie Callaghan; Albert House; Jas. Shephard; S. C. & F. Tewksbury; Peter Banks; John Beckton; Geo. Palmer; D. J. Jones; No. 1; N. P. Jones; Peter Kern; Jas. G. Gordon; J. Flynn; N. P. Jones; A. Underhill; Blk Shop; Store; John McKellar Est.; John Duckworth; D. McKellar; Albert Beals; Wm. Smafield; W. Hideman; Clark Justin; Margaret McLean; R. Willis; F. J. Stevens; Peter Coit; Wm. Flower; N. & B. Mills; Julia Newton; T. Moss Est.; Mabury & Craig; Joseph Weigel; Henry Buckley; E. A. Richmire; H. McGaw; Charles Stinson; N. & B. Mills; A. Kitchen; Thos. McLelland; W. Kern; J. Lown; Chas. Stephens; James Baldwin; John Kester; T. Moss Est.; Mary McKellar; Jacob House; Geo. Locklin; John Flooks; T. Bradley; S. Toman; Geo. Locklin; Mrs. H. Snell; A. Morrison; A. Mitchell; C. Anger Est.; Henry Shire; Omard P. O.; Isaac Clark; John Smith; R. J. Nichol; Jas. Hook; Frank Smafield; Elk Creek; Wm. Flynn; Robt. Flynn; Rachael Flynn; Nelson Howie Note: Town 10 N. Range 13 E.

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Page  55 Scale 10 chis/ZIcck EL-M ERP T P.0WA T.ER-t TO "N.'L UREL-A V. 0.__ __ ______ -F 7!! C S3t 419 0717 1-.. 40.40 RZ ot3 1 - o Tahnsona30 ALSO If le al ilS YO Ro Jbs. aGe 80 73i. crc oeTM~(u/ -3 6 46 46o 40 1__ 30 cneore 0 86, j 46eo.T1 Allry TP e,/ ntce 4-0 6'6h '(Acts~~~~~'ý -~i tirrtcc!&Yzmnyj Sec ai71Zr a- tei e ~ iy4/ a> *. -Frazter 3 3> P~~~~ws.y J.l JX rtt~ol all rrr ~LJ~ui ~NN if3[ #0 30 tncaniiccrr ~niah 6t Iri 80:Ag~ Eere/u co b111,7E 11 laArlbrtJfry f1 A ita-at t/i'er __=4.0 3 8 40 4 09 40 0_ __~4 30,9 A 0> cr -, 33a lI ~ d. C, I&k F lxrdr r> 1~ 1) > Aa tA ~[ee 40 80 j944606*_ _ 40 */6 Actie 83 4o, %~ Ku3 A.a efmm x!,/1a/'> 33 Q 13N9-1 Phllp Z4f 39 40ý 39;3fJoz-it ý_ __ _Cra l- rtds. Alx fJIssK- i-i/ie C4-a-e~~~~~~~S CIa eit esies K ey~7 atc gtr s.4. 0 04 ____~ 5 8. JT ~:: ~ 0 40 46/ Stlt/ Title: Elk 10N 14E Keywords: Elmer Tp.; Watertown Tp.; Laurel P. O.; Flynn Tp.; Speaker Tp.; Buel Tp.; No. 4; Sweetser Est.; M. B. Mills; John Bowsky; Chas. Steaman; Archie Layman; David Welch; J. F. Johnson; Geo. Eastman; Lester Billings; Jos. Bowsky; Wm. A. Perkins; Wm. H. Allen; S. F. Allen; Geo. Robinson; Wm. Doane; G. G. Chambers; F. F. Johnson; T. Kake; M. Downey; Wm. Prentice; H. Koleman; John Kake; Geo. W. McElhinney; George W. McElhinney; J. Hillbourn; Fred Smith; Andrew Lorr; H. E. Smith; Albert Lorr; Saw Mill; D. L. Soule; Lot 3; Lot 2; C. Smith; D. L. Soule; W. Colcleugh; Lot 1; Thos. Pritchard; Geo. Colcleugh; Mary Colcleugh; James Force; Mary L. Force; M. Enwright; Geo. Henry; Mrs. C. Dane; S. King; T. Pritchard; M. Devitt; Thos. Clemmens; M. Devitt; Robt. Mullen; J. W. Harding; H. Orchard; L. E. Husson; Geo. Douglass; Wm. Huffman; S. Devitt; J. P. Sanborn; Lot 4; Lot 5; W. Orchard; Jos. McClellan; James Ballhoff; Henry Ballhoff; A. J. McClellan; John Ballhoff; William Smith; Louis Ceifert; W. J. McClellan; Geo. Cowley; W. Madell; C. Margroff; Lot 1; Pres. Ch.; Alex Leitch; John Leitch; Neil Leitch; Archie Crawford; B. P. Phillips; C. Perkins; N. McCollum; J. Frazier; W. H. Frazier; Blk. Shop; B. P. Phillips; S. C. & F. Tewksbury; Chas. Alexander; J. McLeod; Store; No. 1; S. C. Bennett; C. P. Alexander; John Alexander; Duncan Barr; Thos. Smith; J. E. King; Jas. Alexander; Amherst Eastman; Mary A. Douglass; Dosithe Bertrand; Dancy King; No. 5.; A. Ballhoff; J. W. Ballhoff; Mary Levitts; Albert Levitts; Daniel Cook; Thos. Ballhoff; James Luth; Frank Luth; Sarah Smith; A. Armitage; Alfred Frostic; Thos. Frostic; John Wedge; A. Frostic; Geo. Henry; J. McCarty; O. Elsholtz; M. Cowley; Jas. Ball; Feed Mill; Peter Gawn; Fred Shuff; Sarah Harmer; M. H. Mullin; Maurice Cowley; No. 2; John Harmer; James H. Ball; James Ball; W McArthur; T. Moss Est.; John Harmer; Jas. Reagan; Wm. Reagan; Mary Hillman; John Sinclair; Nevin McVicar; John Crawford; F. Loeres; Chas. Nichols; Chas. Innman; Peter Carroll; John Carroll; Edw. O’Morrow; F. McLeod; James Guest; Chas. Frank; Wm. Elsholz; J. C. Paldi; James O’Morrow; Geo. Apsey; Finley McLeod; H. Youngs; John Apsey; Thos. Millhaley; John Apsey; Peter McDonald; E. Gleason; P. H. Fitzpatrick; Jas. Johnson; David Vansickle; E. Gleason; W. W. Lord; Chancy Howse; T Barnes; Thos. Bennett; Walter Armitage; E. Dorland; Thos. Miller; Mary Tupper; Alex English; Ryan & McDonald; A. Matthias; T. Moss Est.; J. Griffin; John Farr; Cora E. Leonard; W. Essenburg; Cornelious Fox; E. Smith; Mary Fox; Chas. Burpee; T. Moss Est.; Otto Lepeers; Wildman Mills; E. Smith; W. L. Jenks; David Bowers; Judson Wiley & Judson; T Moss, Est.; Elk Creek; D. Hillman; Mrs. Innman; Donald Munroe; D. Mitchell; D. McCollum; S. Hook; L. Coheen; Elijah Davis; Mrs. P. Carroll; Elizabeth O’Hearin; A. Ferguson; J. K. McLeod; R. McGinnis; John McClelland; Patrick Fox; Wm. Hale; John Whitsides; Geo. Griggs; Gideon Griggs; N. McLeod; Jane Schmidt; B. Franklin; Sarah Barnes; Frank Barrigher; John Barrigher; Jas. English; T. McCarty; Jas. Johnson; Archie Noble; Detroit Gas Light Co.; John Miller; Adam English; J. W. Davidson; Andrew Miller; Alfred Brow; Thos. Miller; Abel Williams; Wm. Rowe; Wm. Pruden; J. Griffin; Carrie Benedict; Marten Pruden; John Ryan; John Farr; Calvin Cusler; Joseph Babcock; S. J. Murphy; Wm. Dutcher; John Williams; Mrs. Dutcher; J. J. Williams; C. K. Heath; J. McClelland; A. Furgason; James Cowell; C. Furgason; J. Hand; Alex Munroe; J. Munroe; Arling Wheeler; J. T. Waterman; B. R. Noble; Amos Babcock; Lewis N. Green; Mrs. A. K. Robinson; Geo. Wheeler; Wm. Furgason; S. Furgason; Geo. H. Green; Edw. Franklin; Geo. Arnot; H. Morrison; Patrick Fox; Sarah Barnes; Henry Bowers; Jas. Hand; W. Fitspatrick; John Youngs; Wm. Cummings; Peter McCauley; M. Quigley; Chas. Vannest; J. T. Waterman; Mary Tupper; Henry Vannest; Sarah Griggs; H Vannest; W. J. Allen; Lemuel Dancy; S. M. Tice; J. Collins; M. Lester; R. E. Dutcher; Village of Peck; John Vanconant; Henry Woodruff; M. Lester; Mary Herrington; John Farr; Mary E. Doane; B. M. D. Est.; A. Lester; Volentin Stocks; John Ryan; J. B. Pratt; B. M. Dutcher Est.; Geo. West; Wm. Thomas; Jas. Potts; John Potts; B. M. Dutcher Est.; William & John Smafield; Geo. Coe; L. Coss; C. Heberley; Wm. Furgason; Jas. Hand; Susan Kerr; R. Kerr; Perry & Otto Hand; Joseph Shell; C. Hebberley; Jessie Furgason; Olive Johnson; Wm. Dingman; John Finnerty; J. D.; No. 4.; G. Emmery; Alfred Smafield; R. Cantlon; Wm. Smafield; Geo. Arnot; R. Cantlon; D. B. Regan; John Wescott; J. Gafney; F. J. Ryland; Thos. Fitsjearald; Thos. Earley; A. Earley; Isaac Beals; Wm. Smafield; Chas. Reynolds; N. Vannest; B. S.; Byron Smafield; P. Earley; Thos. Campbell; Anna Arnold; Wm. Dawson; J. T. Waterman; L. Frostic; Henry Young; B. Phillips; John S. Ash; J. L. McGrory; John Vanconant; No. 3.; D. E. Vanconant; John Hall; S. C. Taylor; R. B. Tucker; R. B. T.; C. Bigsby; J. Scribner; Chas. Bradley; A. Hamden; James Foster; R. L. Doane; John German; F. Bond; S. Wallace; John German; W. R. Bell; R. E. Wilson; V. Stocks; H. C. Liddiard; L. Hall; S. Bradley; Wm. Bell; E. M. Richardson; James Potts; John Potts Note: Town 10 N. Range 14 E.

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Yzki/vs HzkAw 'A? 46. /3 LilA 17j lw..1 ý - I mFF..F T UF Q- 1 -3 n i I N k _____ *1 -r3WssAC9/. act /5' Jrrtvzcsazv 86 116,19 s/ut c.r U SR t-" Z4 %d4,6 46 ýMteJ4 /5 f22z71 <6 /3 A2jYirarZer 6. /3 erk Ais.ZozrisFst. a *2 /3 rJJf~Yreczz2rs/. -t /26 B -XRrnn aaz6Q1~ZCArtolsG/3 it- 6$asO Ao1I 7wCi%.mlzllitzq-(O lIcmzt17V 3lssE/ r80isI * ---Q IN 79.1Bcnsw ~a W77- 6 ( 8927Z, Tay0. _____ 16 37/ 4/32 ~ ~ lfrknwzt/4zv --K,/ _77m 72 ~ N ~ 7?9~US&h~z 6;v /1>3 ffna&.Y171.4ZC6 e ~,7~ 49_ _ _ ____ _ _______ _ 6 ~ _ __ _ _ a1 _ _ __7____9_1_ _ _ mFVW' V' Ytz 7 ZT N-A acyr24w,3469' ~ 9 ~' 8 #&ZE AJZZ % shz a 26z* -s V 49 3 ~ aý -(-6 4~ /~77P/? 13V)cat.j~n __ _ r zlaoy.j6rct Iý4 a ~ r1 IV a - z77 1 ff Opp S 7,aZaXK'a I -,., w7dlwa 7hw Far raz&tiiIWi90nepraoo 4 -a dr a e - p~;t~ ~ _ verfiz~escv.d~jnerc> ~ ~ JJU3c __ _ _ _ _ _ _ __4a '~___ _ 7 7 412.3(7717W/a/it s _ _ _ _ Cv4-K aker - 6'6S4 T~~i7 %x 8 13 K /53 'e/.6.ri~a I I E-W X T -Pp I NMI NNIMAIII till Title: Buel 10N 15E Keywords: Watertown Tp.; Washington Tp.; Elk Tp.; Lexington Tp.; Fremont Tp.; Lot 4; Lot 5; Wm. Fetting; Henry Hoole; J. Loding; Wildman Mills; T. Moss Est.; L. Mindefering; W. L. Jenks; Hubbard & King; T. Moss Est.; Hubbard & King; Avery Heirs; Geo. Douglass; L. Hugle; S. C. & F. Tewkbury; C. G. Baum; F. Levitt; J. Dimon; E. M. McComb; F. D. McComb; I. Levitt; P. Pundey; Wm. McNally; J. Vanveskie; S. Rothschild & Co.; C. Townsend; G. C. Levitt; Wm. Levitt; D. Bloomfield; Wm. Harland; Chas. Hartwick; D. H. French; Moss & Mills; Jane Montgomery; Geo. W. Smith; J. & I. M. Green; W. A. Surbrook; Geo. W. Smyth; E. Swaffer; Papst & Wixson; Chas. Swaffer; D. Bear; W. Echlin; John Wagner; J. & C. Wagner; S. Gardner; Wm. Graves; Owen Conlen; Lot 1; M. Graves; M. Hoolahan; Lot 8; F. Gardner; Henry Bradshaw; Frank Wagner; J. Loding; C. G. Ferguson; F. Levitt; Leonard Egan; Frank Willard; Jos. Levitt; Wm. Levitt; M. A. Levitt; O. E. Morgan; Benj. Moore; Geo. Negus; P. Benway; F. Moran; J. Sweet; C. W. Arnot; J. W. Sanborn; H. Echlin; John Rea; Jas. Montgomery; Wm. H. Montgomery; Jas. Stewart; Jas. Watson; Jas. Montgomery; W. H. Montgomery; Jane Montgomery; Mrs. R. Watson; H. McLane; W. Surbrook; Mrs. F. Surbrook; Jas. Watson; J. Watson; G. W. Smyth; No. 4; G. S. Parker; Mrs. J. Hartman; L. A. Reno; J. & J. Ingles; Wm. French; R. W. Howell; J. M. Gaige; Isaac Levitt; E. J. Baum; A. B. Hall; A. E. Hicks; M. A. Patterson; G. W. Hicks; Hicks P. O.; Town Hall; Homer Hall; No. 3; Mrs. E. A. Sweet; J. Hall; Wm. Martin; C. W. Arnot; Wm. Mason; Edw. Mason; Frank McKinney; John Jones; Phebe Sherk; S. G. Surbrook; E. R. McCredie Est.; Jas. Lewis Est.; H. Shrader; R. Leins; Peter Smithwick; Geo. Collins; Wm. Collins; Alvero Collins; C. W. Wanamaker; A. Williams; Moss & Mills; Paul Straffon; F. Straffon; John Lewis; Geo. Coleman; Chas. Patterson; A. Stone; G. Nichols; Chas. Coleman; Jas. Vancamp; Edw. Kinney; Wm. Coleman; C. Dimmick; P. Donnelly; Wm. T. Hicks; Chas. French; Buel Centre; C. Adle; J. D. Gray; G. Lawson; John Leacock; Wm. Taylor; A. Cameron; Wm. Coggins; Thos. Coggins; R. Coggins; Olive McKinney; Geo. Coggins; R. Coggins; Alex. Wheatley; C. & J. Baker; J. W. Dexter; Geo. Kiltie; Wm. Flannery; Thos. Flannery; J. D. McLaughlin; Helen S. Wixson; Robt. Martin; A. Miles; Henry Niles; F. Knox; J. C. Dingman; C. & J. Baker; No. 5; D. Smith; John Potts; Wm. Hamilton; Silas Straffon; Wm. Hamilton; Thos. Body; Esra Taylor; John Hamilton; Wesley Collins; Alvaro Collins; Ann McCarty; Thos. Bennet; W. J. McClure; Tim McCarty; Thos. Holbrook; No. 2; Silas Stone Jr.; T. Moss Est.; John Chewing; Albert Jolly; Edw. Jolly; N. Van Camp; Aaron French; Wm. Archer; H. & W. Fracis; A. Mallory; Frank Chambers; M. E. Ch.; Jas. Van Camp; Buel P. O.; J. L. Can Camp; M. Corsant; Ward Hugill; R. Stewart; Wm. Stewart; Geo. Merrill; Walter Coleman; Saml. Curran; G. Lawson; W. C. Miller; Thos. Camm; John Camm; N. Holborne; J. Warwick; N. P. Houghtalin; W. H. Grout; W. H. Carey; Julia H. Mills; Finley House; Henry Niles; Jas. Jackson; W. Niles; John Potts; J. C. Waterbury; R. Collins; N. Vannatter; A. Vannatter; J. Mathews; J. T. Vannatter; Wm. Orr; Mrs. J. Bennet; M. Mills; T. Potts; Alviro Collins; Walter Holbrook; Wm. Brenan; M. Brenan; Wm. Bennet; H. Topping; Henry Straffon; F. W. Higgins; Silas Stone Jr.; Edwin Stone; Robt. McClure; T. Harris; E. Body; T Moss Est.; Geo. Sturgiss; Thos. Robb; F. Simmons; H. Hulverson; Philip Hawks; Geo. Marshall; A. Marshall; Wm. Jolly; J. L. VanCamp; Robert VanCamp; Milton VanCamp; Hulver Hulveson; J. Hulveson; A. Anderson; O. Anderson; J. & I. Cameron; John Cameron; Edgerton McKay; Jas. Arnot; M. Turner; Wm. Francis; Jas. Cameron; Geo. Gray; No. 1; J. M. Acheson; Mark Gray; Clarence Carey; Jas. Arnot; J. L. Arnot; D. A. West; Julia H. Mills; Andrew Gray; C. S. Willitts; M. E. Currie; Henry Cowan Note: Town 10 N. Range 15 E.

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[-S lewiS F/hAd' 49 K Pt 21 >Th N I 'C, 427 7ZK '2 /3 -A4 1-p P NW NoN -7 -I!, I tao):;ý - - - i Pt K15 K 2111 -.0o >7 NQ IA 455 K; 39 Ba/cmA5YYe/l z6 2-A, U a 13 29 1662 -K A/dry 479 Pt S -13 U- ~ C) 13' Straj5/b/7 9/32. rd~ -I rN 6622 LF gi /_ Stalerff 3-9hT /6'62. 7?wl~uYc7z-esora 362 d/b7NyY97z7rcy 862 113 I i--.. i C-f C,.- i - I q i I;z ----- -- --,--------r-_' - ws7UPUrt IFL I_---,------F----5 - - U _ __________ ____________________________________ U '7- -- - 'Pr.. P F L----l L---L L I Jill IQ 7,5 - PrceIiI-3/11cP 44$-. -C 219 7- ' >2 p Co -IK1 - I 21% I o I' 29 I db71/Iy? /3 INC 111 3Lt3cZtZaz9'i4~ 54 -11>9 UN 9 N' U U U ' 2.9 129 J/tvurte &'sl./6-s s62 0 " I,~~~~g I II _,__ 2f -2-,' ~ 'ý l 4- o~~4-l--~---1 4 lb ' NI b i->'"---- ~ A ~ Io I, -p I f 7-az /ý3 W- 7 077-) I21 N; 15,3 4 7/3Z /e6' '57 Pt 'K F If Ic? -7 K C-b 3/? -5779 K '29t /3 r4d~z~t7~E/ 362 1-3f/3/bz 119 491 Nt) 4 9) 21' N NP' IN 256 rN ______________I I ________________________ I _______II i ---XU--~~ I '~. I i " 2______ ' PU r If PC Title: Lexington 10N 16E; 17E Keywords: Washington Tp.; Sanilac Tp.; Lake Huron; Worth Tp.; Buel Tp.; Lot 4; D. Cremaine; James Conlin; Stephen Vincent; S. Gardiner; Lot 5; D. Gardiner; T. Moss Est.; D. Murry; Geo. W. Smyth; Jas. M. Campbell; Thos. E. Kirkbride; J. M. Hacking; D. Murray; Ira Purdy; Elizabeth Hugill; Gravel Pit; A. I. Lewis; Ira Purdy; John Kirkbride; Wm. E. Graves; J. A. Campbell; John Redding; Joseph Young; John Youngs; Alex McDonald; J. McDonald; I. Wheeler; Alex Forsyth; J. Owen; J. A. Riley; Eliza Riley; G. Cook; Uriah Riley; Eliza Riley; D. Faulkner; Wm. Murray; S. C. & L. F. Tewkbury; T. Parker; Harvey Baker; Frank McDonald; W. H. Dawson; Harvey Baker; L. Wiltsie; Wm. Watson; Robt. McDonald; Wm. Flynn; S. C. & F. Tewksbury; P. Servis; Lot 1; Robert Wagner; E. Mills; S. Johnson; F. Marquette; J. F. Brown; Geo. W. Smyth; Samuel Johnston; R. Merrill; Chris Corsant; Geo. Mills; L. Hayes; G. Mills; John Kirksbride; John Smith; S. Marks; Geo. Merrill; Jeptha Watson; Jane Montgomery; Mrs. John Odlum; No. 1; Thos. Graham; Robt. Freeman; James Swaffer; J. Myers; Wm. E. Graves; Clarissa Beach; H. K. Beach; Wm. M. Ragan; Alex Forsyth; Mary Sturtridge; Julius Faltz; E. Conner; Long Bros.; Wm. Mathews; Mary Sturtridge; M. Sturtridge; J. Howard; T. H. Macklen; John Wixson; No. 9; Merritt Vincent; Frank Mathews; W. Mathews; Geo. Long; J. Wideman; Wm. Renew; Jane M. Hutchinson; W. J. Garbutt; R. Garbutt; A. R. Schell; Wilson M. Garbutt; Wm. Ellis; J. C. Waterbury; Walter Garbutt; Alex Watson; Wm. J. Watson; A. Smith; W. Wiers; Ed. Swackhammer; Geo. Merrill; Thos. Dinsmore; No. 10; A. Watson Est.; Edw. Hyde; J. Huckins; Flint and Pere Marquette Railway; Jane French; Mary Dart; Joseph Myers; T. Moss Est.; Geo. Merril; John Odlum; Mrs. John Odlum; Geo. Corsaut; Samantha Carson; J. Moleska; Samantha Carson; J. Herrick; James Mathews; W. Vincent; P. Surbrook; Peter Surbrook; S. Long; Cem.; Pine Grove Farm; S. Long Prop.; Thos. Parker; Wilson M. Garbutt; John Wideman; W. J. Watson; Ralph Potts; J. Huckins; M. Potts; Ch.; Wm. Nunn; E. Yakes; J. Hartman; Charles Baker; Eliza Morris; Henry Schroder; Julia H. Mills; River View Dairy Farm; Julia H. Mills; Geo. Merril; John Odlum; Geo. Merrill; Geo. Decker; Henry Odlum; John McNames; Geo. Corsaut; Geo. Gardiner Jr.; Geo. Gardiner Sr.; W. F. Cummings; Mrs. T. S. Fitch; Geo. Gardiner; Eli Macklen; Wm. Kinney; Mrs. Wm. Smith; W. Vincent; Sanilac County Poor Farm; Edw. Hyde; J. Squire; Wm. Duthie; Orrin Avery; No. 5; Truman Cummings; Edw. Hyde; James Williams; Wm. Kerslake; John Colbeck; James Colbeck; Henry Hanson; Thos. Parker; T. Parker; M. Brown; Susannah Brooks; John T. Golbeck; Jay Smith; William Beedon Prop.; Berry Fruit Farm; No. 7; Andrew Montgomery; A. M. Turk; S. A. Brown; A. R. Brown; Hiram Yakes; T. M.; Thos. Dunsmore Prop.; L. Mathews; Thos. Parker; J. Beedon; H. Merritt; E. Powers; Wm. Granger; Mrs. Keohner; L. Montgomery; M. Enigh; J. Dinsmore; J. C. McLellan; John Sherk; J. C. Dingman; Frank Parker; Julia H. Mills; Black; River; J. H. & E. M. Mills; J. J. Binks; P. Lawrence; J. J. Binks; Julia H. & Elizabeth M. Mills; Creamery; Geo. Merril; Truman Moss Est.; No. 8; Daniel Decker; W. Kempt; Wm. Cook; Chris. Carsaut; Willard Wixson; Maria Sherman; Mrs. R. French; J. Moliska; Maria Sherman; D. Y. Decker; J. Wright; S. L. Bettis; O. Avery; W. S. Gibson; Robt. Stewart; H. Kinney; Geo. Kerslake; John Sheldon; W. T. Smith; Wm. Duthie; John Sheldon; John Elliott; James Elliott; Thos. Elliott; Cephas W. Arnot; R. Frizzle; Daniel Blake; Edward G. Shiply; Robert Frizzle; Thomas Parker; M. Stapleton; Geo. Granger; J. N. Granger; S. Granger; A. M. Clark; Wm. Swackhammer; Isabella Wixson; Cem.; M. Wolfel; Geo. Henry; Wm. Swackhammer; Mrs. G. Davis; S. Granger; James Robb; H. Niles; A. Niles; L. Heacock; W. Niles; Elizabeth M. Mills; W. J. Robb; Jane Jackson; John S. Robb; Mary B. Jenney; J. H. Mills; Wm. Stevenson; E. D. Franklin; Cheese Factory; Croswell; C. w. Arnot; E. R. McCredie Est.; T. Moss Est.; Fair Grounds; C. H. Grydeman; M. French; E. F. Farley; Joseph French; Mathew French; William French; Peter McNames; Alex Arnot; Thos. Norman; E. F. Farley; F. Z. Farley; Jacob Fisher; Henry Meddaugh; Robt. Stewart; Peter McClelland; R. A. Sutherland; W. T. Smith; B. Vanness; Amos Hykes; S. C. Smith; Philip Dorman; Barney Vanness; S. C. & F. Tewkbury; Daniel Blak; David French; E. G. Shipley; Fred Shoeball; J. Amos; Ira Arnot; Lakeview Farm; J. C. Alexander Prop.; S. C. & F. Tewkbury; W. B.; C. Bartels; Cem.; J. G. Hunter; A. M. Clark; Mrs. R. Pierce; J. G. Hunter; J. McN.; Secor & Clark; Fair Grounds; Mary Potts; Walter Niles; A. Straffon; John Douglas; Alfred Straffon; E. R. McCredie; Elizabeth M. Mills; Robt. Acheson; Mary B. Jenney; E. Burton; Falcon P. O.; L. Heacock; Cemetery; Robt. Acheson; Wildman Mills; Wm. Wilson; A. Urmy; Sarah Allen; E. R. McCredie Est.; T. B. Uren; J. C. Myers; Philip Burgess; Wm. Sample; Henry Meddaugh; Albert Arnot; D. Meddaugh; C. E. Pettis; Robt. Meddaugh; John J. Wixson; Geo. Carr; Hobart Farley; F. M. Stecker; No. 4; John Attkinson; Elias Kinney; E. Atkinson; W. T. Atkinson; R. Norman Est.; Julia H. Mills; Alex. Avery; M. Cummings; T. Moss Est.; John Divine Est.; Nancy Buel; Alex. Avery; Albee Yake; Albert Yake; S. C. & F. Tewkbury; John Divine Est.; I. Carpenter; Wm. Miller; A. Bedford; John Ellis; Samuel Baker; Wm. Neurenburg; John Koehler; Geo. Arnot; Peter Janette; Wm. Nimms; I. Huckins; Lexington; Fenton; D. Clark; F. Komoll; Joseph Kenney; D. Clark; F. L. Walthers; Ira C. Lucia; J. Peasley; G. Henry; L. Girardin; A. M. Rice Note: Town 10 N. Ranges 16 & 17 E.

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WreA5 6 40s 40 419 - acA-3 28. 0 r--4 U" N 03 '2.120 4-0 '2 lm46 W777-,u, Jets. scc/I 40C (0] 0 4-0 (02 Soj Co 04-9 Francs CrzC/ 280 4B Ik K 180 1 40. 45'' 48 4/0 JA{~tSa~utFor8 40 80 '~ /, a rriz 4 zrrzzzz3T z+ - I t 'i N 5 40 9 --7ec?2/YEy I I ' 48 48 I F P -s--~ 4'~-~ -'--- 4- i I - I4 -"r AW /610 I- Qlý- -ii I I V.90?ZV 56~ 0 S6- - A.TontansZ $60 film. 2WPzoto C-.., ý 40 '6t Jo/zi Tl46sc 8-0,bK&ý-.2,0 6. a-,Crezrs -1 6046 - I I 4-40 C- Zt rrt/ /20 Joi~ -40 Nic/ucrel -S 2&Et~r%. /00 ' K 21/ 47yncnd 40 40ha 462 40 40 40 80.Jevnez/~z.auv soI 320O Co sr.I ____________ - 1.13 ______ 1. A - A 1 I L ____________ U I _______ U - 34N ' - S T. CL NI El C 0 U N T:9,4)/V p mQr Title: Maple Valley 9N 13E Keywords: Flynn Tp.; Lapeer County; St. Clair County; Speaker Tp.; Flint and Pere Marquette Railway; H. Poath; Wm. Marion; R. Bryce; O. Arnold; Thos. Nesbit; Jas. Scott; F. G. Paynes; J. McNalley; E. Gray; N. S. McCredie; Jacob Erb; Wm. McNalley; A. Shoemaker; J. McNalley; J. Marsden; A. O. Maley; T. O. Maley; J. H. Brewster; L. McMullen; A. Rehbein; Mary O’Maley; H. McGraw; Peter Butler; Mary McEachin; J. Mogan; C. Stinson; H. Stinson; J. Young; John Stinson; J. Y. Brown; C. Stinson; J. Conell; Geo Lee; J. O’Maia; J. H. Stinson; T. Stinson; C. Kinney; L. McMullen; Judson Wiley & Judson; R. Mills; Wm. Harrison; I. Hayward; T. Stanley; Alex Seaton; Elk Creek; R. Mills; Eliza Hayward; J. Cornell; Mrs. J. Hill; John Job; J. N. Wilson; Mrs. T. Flannigan; W. Wright; W. Udell; W. E. Southwood; W. Besmer; Silas Clark; No. 4; Benj. Andrews; John Job; T. Moss Est.; Geo. Bartle; Wm Clark; A. Howie; F. Smafield; John Job; W Stone; D. Burk; D. Mane; A. Shoemaker; Thos. Nesbit; J. Kernott; S. Garnett; A. P. DeWolf; Walter Brown; Jhn. Scott; Benj Pike; R. G. Brown; S. Hilliker; Mary McKernan; A. Church; Geo. Manns; Wm. Lochlin; Mrs. I. Vanduser; No.; W. Gunn; John Bailey; A. Church; H. Benjamin; G. Wiseman; Henry Church; R. Burgess; A. Bennett; C. F. Lee; Joshua Gunn; Jas. Green; Benj Ross; Jas. Ross; E. Marrell; Wm. McLeod; Hubbard & King; Reuben Mills; O. Ford; Jas. Moore; Wm. Renwick; P. P. Pratt; Ewd Hill; Judson Wiley & Judson; T Coats; H. G. Barnum; Samuel Temple; Mrs. M. Krysler; J. Trainer; T. Moss Est.; H. Summer; R. Mills; M. J. Cobbin; J. Hirons; Wm. Stokam; Fair Grounds; Brown City; Frank Snyder; W. Shellar; Fred Bliss; L. Howse; J. Watson; S. Stokes; S. Hillis; W. S. Baird; M. Beght; Brick Yard; W. H. Ryan; J. Vanduser; M. Bowden; Creamery; S. Andrews; C. Thomas; Peter Wood; H. W. Dean; S. Becktell; M. J. Williamson; I. Bricknall; R. Hughson; J. Patton; J. Burgess; A. Downey; E. Landon; E. Mitchell; Jas. E. Mitchell; R. Mitchell; C. Nichols; E. Winter; Thos. Nichol; R. McKernan; D. Souder; Wm. Carter; E. Beckett; Walter Welsh; Wm. McLeod Jr; Judson Wiley & Judson; N. McLeod; Wm. Allen; Wm. McLeod; Wm. McLeod Sr; N. J. Steinhoff; Bottomley Bros; Wm Sanborn; J. H. Pomeroy; David Murray; Wm. Murray; J. H. Beckett; J. H. Beckett; C. Allen; W. Collins; Geo. Spencer; Wm. McArthur; E. McPhee; H. J. McPhee; S. Clark; C. Brown; E. Beckett; Amos Falker; A. C. Hall; Noah Heater; Alonzo Grawburg; Joseph Dean; Wm. Dean; S. Dean; Baker Bros; J. McAllister; J. H. Brewster; J. Brewster; H. Dean; J. Leonard; C. Warren; Saml. Fry; Frank Lovelette; Wm. Gray; M. A. Gamble; J. Inglesbee; J. Leonard; J. Varne; E. Arnold; R. J. Arnold; O. Monaghan; Geo. Ware; Jacob Witmer; G. Graves; W. Welsh; S. Cronin; Isac Mc. Bechtel; W. Welsh; Judson Wiley & Judson; D. Cronin; Wm. Bennett; W. P. Webb; I. R. Wadsworth; Thos. Campbell; John Salsbury; John Kennedy; N. J. Steinhoff; E. Royal; Mrs. Stevens; J. H. Hydorn; Jas. York; Jas. Cook; A. J. Cook; A. P Coats; W. B. Laidlaw; J. Utter; M. Heater; J. W. Webber; J. H. Buck; Elsie Storey; H. Bonesteel; John McRae; Simon Bricker; Moses Webber; I. Swartz; I. Swartz; D. Bonsell; H. E. Richards; Wm. Leibler; J. Crawburg; Charles Goheen; W. Leonard; H. Green; Elsie Storey; D. McWhinnie; A. Gordonier; D. McPhail; M. Bowden; R. Scott; J. Varney; Thomas Nichols; J. Cronin; James Ware; M. Makelim; M. Regan; J. H. Beckett; Joseph Said; B. Bailey; Thos. Muir; Wm. McLeod; Harvey Hydorn; W. McLeod; J. Sullivan; Valley Centre P. O.; J. H. Beckett; No. 1; Cem.; J. Sullivan; Jas. Foley; M. Callahan Est.; N. McLeod; J. York; John Tobin Est.; Geo. Howell; J. Welsh; J. Edmonds; G. Graves; J. Hillaker; John Earles; M. L. Howell; A. E. Roth; Malinda Lacass; Benj. Steinhoff; Sharpsville P. O.; A. Toman; John McRae; John Pringle; A. Toman; J. Morris; Wm. McRae; J. Clemens; A. Toman; J. Varney; Wm. McRae; Levi Toman; S. Gibson; Jas. Nicholson; No. 2; H. Greer; Richard McElroy; Geo. McElroy; E. Judge; Wm. Brown; Jas. Scott; Ewd. Newell; John Crawford; Chas. McPhail; Hannah Dunton; D. Newell; Geo. Ware; T. Trainer; John Winsor; Chas. McPhail; James Fulton; Wm. Scott; Asa Bullock; G. Graves; Francis Crist; L. A. Bullock; Peter Boughner; A. Hodgkins; L. L. York; J. Lenahan; G. Parrish; A. Muir; Saml. Forbs; A. Spearman; J. M. Sullivan; Wm. O’Rourke; Mary A. Edmonds; Chas. Palmer; John Laraby; Andrew Howell; J. M. Gaige; J. Edmonds; H. G. Snover; Sanilac & St. Clair Co. Drain Note: Town 9 N. Range 13 E.

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Page  63 TOwn 9 N. Range14B SO& CeA, c~ Zis&5 tot/0,1A _ _ _ _ _ _ L Johw Jv Zz/ 0 S. C 40 40 9 120_ __ _.40_ 4,.% 04 9z 39 3-9 MEo.CakJk *~*0 c? 32NN ot 32 ~ ~ ~ ~~9 3221izl,~v/tO - 67 o a,3? Jei10~ U. U *4 4 45 4 -K. t O 7 C. 4 Title: Speaker 9N 14E Keywords: Elk Tp.; Maple Valley Tp.; Fremont Tp.; St. Clair County; Flint & Pere Marquette Rail Road; Frank Smafield; F. Smafield; J. H. Irons; Richard Briggs; S. Demery; Donald Bruce; D. Bruce; Thos. Kennedy; John J. Wark; A. Donnelly; Arthur Donnelly; Henry Grayham; Michael Cahill; Barnard Solan; M. Fitzpatrick; John Mullaney; John Muthhart; A. Earley; Peter Earley; S. C. Kidder; Jane Cork; C. S. Nims; Hugh Davis; Geo. Cork; p. Monaghan; A. Hall; T. Holmes; Mary Smith; Thos. Grimes; Wm. Tomibison; Wm. McClean; Chas. Bradley; John Fitzgeralds; J. Gandy; Geo. Cook; E. Cook; Jas. Cook; John Amon; Mrs. J. Amon; Moses Clakr; T. Woodard; M. Woodard; J. C. Waterbury; T. Moss Est.; W. J. Moore; Jas. Little; S. Roihschild & Co.; John Udell; Mrs. Molesworth Geo. Clark; Andrew Scott; W. A. Billings; Robt. Kettlewell; W. A. Billings; Clark Groat; Geo. Williamson; B. Ch.; Richard Kettlewell; S. Demery; John Tenniswood; John Coonan; G. Batcholer; P. Fanigan; N. Campbell; Geo. Fletcher; W. Fletcher; Albert A. Hilborn; C. Weston; S. Sanderson; Wm. Dawson; Pine Grove Farm; Wm Grimes Prop; M. Coonan; D. Sanderson; Thomas Grimes; Elijah Grimes; Walter Grimes; A. Gray; W. E. Kettlewell; Elmore Putney; Wellington Snell; J. B. Avery; J. Sischo; W. Woodard; A. Gray; E. B. Woodard; E. Jackson; R. Randell; C. Briggs; W. J. Sischo; Wm. Redhouse; Walter Putney; Mrs. J. Amon; F. C. Fletcher; J. Leffler; P. J. Wood; J. C. Waterman; T. Moss Est.; Andrew Moore; Wm. Kipp; C. H. Kipp; Wm. Fletcher; J. C. Knight; Geo. Spencer; E. Beckett; Wm. Tobe; M. Dorcy; Wm. Tehem; M. Graft; W. A. Billings; J. Bowen; Paul Luther; S. C. Huffman; J. Bowen; G.H. Gilbert; J. L. Hilborn; A. W. Simmons; No. 2; John Tenniswood; Daniel McIntyre; J. S. Grimes; Elias Scott; Peter Stoken; Chas. Fletcher; Joseph Kerr; Geo. Grimes; P. Kenney; John Davis; Geo. Tenniswood; Robt. Tenniswood; Patrick Kenney; Rhoda Hooper; W. H. Redicliffe; Wm. M. Redicliffe; Town Hall; Hotel; Speaker P. O.; B. Allen; Jacob Grimes; R. Coheen; J. D. McKeith; Store; A. Moore; M. P. Ch; Martin W. Moore; Cem.; S. Sischo; W. Redicliffe; A. Kipp; Joseph Sischo; W. H. Redicliffe; N. C. Gray; J. L. Redicliffe; Mrs. Ewd. Huntley; Jas. Coonan; G. W. Hall; L. Redicliffe; Geo. Reagan; S. Newlove; L. Redicliffe; J. Sischo; Geo. Gardner; Lemuel Lincoln; John Jones; E. Woodruff; Mrs. S. Geister; H. Phillips; P. Coats; A. K. Smith; J. J. Dorcy; John Trainer; Geo. Smith; W. S. Smith; J. Utter; C. H. Beemer; D. Weaver; Mary M. Laidlaw; Geo. Scott; W. J. Elliott; F. Smith; M. Beemer; C. W. Gilbert; I. E. Gilbert; D. McPhee; S. Smith; John McLeod; T. W. Wharton; No. 3; Wm. Murray; Duncan McPhee; John Mullaney; R. Mullaney; Robert Murray; Geo. Clayton; Anthoney Omelia; M. Conroy; R. C. Ch.; C. Mullaney; Catherine Mullaney; Wm. Wark; Delos Zevits; R. Cascadian; N. Goheen; Rose Ludington; Conrad Jones; Geo. Elston; A. Jackson; A. Ros; R. H.; Wm. H. Redicliffe; R. Ross; Wm. Hollenbeck; C. Stevens; C. Gleason; T. Mullaney; B. Lynch; P. Gleason; A. Cline; Edgar Britton; M. W. Lennon Jr.; Thos. Mullaney; Jas. Mullaney; J. L. Redicliffe; W. H. Redicliffe; C. A. Warwick; John Mathews; Mary Gleason; A. J. Sischo; C. A. Warwick; J. Phillips; R. C. Redicliffe; G. W. Brashaw; S. Simmons; H. Phillips; W. B. Laidlaw; H. J. McPhee; Wm. Hydorn; Mary Clayton; R. Collins; Jacob Setter; Wm. Thompson; Benj. Steinhoff; C. Goheen; S. Dingman; S. M.; F. Downey; M. Briggs; Melvin P. O.; M. E. Ch.; Thos. Murray; A. E. Smith; J. Dorcy; J. Leonard; Thos. E. Beadle; Joseph Redhouse; T. Gallagher; Jas. Leonard; F. Monaghan; Jas. Leonard; John Dorcey; R. Mullaney; Frank Monaghan; Cem.; Ann Monaghan; John R. Davis; H. Cole; P. Conroy; John Wark; N. Jones; Ann Monaghan; James Monaghan; J. Monaghan; John Conroy; Norman Knowlton; M. Zevits; No. 4; E. Sloat; J. Hallead; Chas. Sloat; John Collins; P. Gleason; Joseph Lundy; N. B. Warden; James Martin; No. 5; S. McIntyre; Cedar Grove Stock Farm; Joseph P. Foster Pror.; Richard Herron; Wm. Grant; S. Ludington; L. Lincoln; T. H. Moore; Aaron D. Sabin; Lucy J. Sinclair; St. Clair & Sanilac Co. Drain; A. E. Smith; Geo. Goheen; J. E. Effrick; L. J. Sinclair; J. E. Owen; D. C. Smith; S. A. McGinnis; Johr R. Davis; A. P. Holcumb; D. Waldroff; Jennie Waldoff; John G. Leason; Mrs. Wm Ovens; Wm. Ovens; C. Gleason; Luke Conron; W. Parker; Alex. Lowe; John Mooney; Wells Parker; Henry Cole; Geo. R. Little; Benj. Anger; John Irving; Robt. Irving; Geo. Little; Geo. Hallead; Moses Hallead; Dan Mitchell; Saddie Coffron; J. E. King; G. Beals; M. W. Lennon; James Regan; G. Beals; Leslie Grant; Patrick Heron; Jas. Weston; J. S. Kiffington; D. B. McKeller; L. Lincoln Note: Town 9 N. Range 14 E.

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Page  65 TOW,,9X EvanTgeiE - *ý E -L. K -- 3*/ Kc N Ilk JohJ/t-?K'/ zi_ 4040_ _ ro; 49400 ~40 ~i ~Jtit. 6 0 '4400r~ca 40 4.4/62 80 U20sstc H. tC. 13' ~c ~ 'onrR2 Tit~ /692z, CP S _ _ __-is 409 40849 4 800 or ruty_ _ _ _I_ Title: Fremont 9N 15E Keywords: Buel Tp.; St. Clair Co.; Speaker Tp.; Worth Tp.; S. C. & F. Tewksbury; Arthur Hunt; S. Straffon; D. Quick; Urias Pifer; Thos. Jollev; Chas. Mortimore; Norman Hunt; Geo. Badgero; F. Hunt; John Louby; John McKenna; Geo. Mortimore; Jas. McKenna; Alex Todd; Joseph Thorley; Geo. Mortimore; S. Tushingham; C. J. Nelson; John Sheridan; John Mathews; T. Moss Est.; Wm. P. Sheridan; Ira Johnson; John Coon; Mrs. E. Aitken; East Fremont P. O.; Thos. Todd; Donald McInnis; Wm. Todd; Thos. Todd; Samul. Todd; John McInnis; Mark Gray; Robert Gray; Graham Lawson; Wm. Hunt; Wm. McIntyre; J. & A. Prouse; Thos. Walker; John Bigger; Wm Doan; Geo. Merrick; Chas. Mortimore; A. M. Avery; Wm. Avery; Thos. Aitkin Est.; Wm Best; C. Hamilton; Chas. Cole; R. Nugent; Henry Pifer; C. H. Miggiman; Geo. Rogers; Wm. Little; Henry Little; Thos. Chapman; A. Badley; Henry Belton; Moses Burns Sr.; G. Sheffield; S. Willits; M. A. Wallace; Thos. Chapman; Jesse Wallace; Susan Wallace; A. Robinson; Wm. Perry; John Todd; John E. Darbey; Moses Burns Jr.; T. McCartney Jr.; Josiah Perry; Thos. Dart; Thos. O’Connor; S. C. Doon; John H. Coon; T. McCarthey Sr.; James Sheridan; Graham Lawson; Moses Burns; No. 3; Geo. Gibson; B. McNulty; John McNulty; Graham Lawson; Quaham Lawson; Peter McNulty; M. A. & S. G. Carson; Wm. Allen; A. Doan; M. Bigger; Albert Messacor; Mrs. Harvey; J. Avery; Mrs. M. A. Rolls; Barn; Jas. Rolls; John Wilson; Jas. Wilson; Almyra Locke; Wm. Avery; Thos. Aitkin Est.; Jas. Badley; John Mitchell; Benj Pritchett; No. 4; J. Mathewson; T. Patterson; H. Little; Wm. Little; A. Gardner; Albert Gardner; Samuel Allen; Wm. Ellsthorp; A. L. Vanzants; Alex. Todd; Jas. Bodey; Jas. Switzer; J. McCarthey; Wm. Tushingham; S. Tushingham; H. W. Wanamaker; John Bedford; Mrs. S. Crouse; Town Hall; Thos. Todd; F. W. Hubbard; John Todd; Thomas O’Connor; Philena Orton; S. Tushington; Robt. Williams; O. Switzer; Samuel Tushingham; H. Dove; Geo. Clark; Geo. Patton; Patrick McNulty; F. McNulty; S. Carson; P. McNulty; Graham J. Lawson; Jacob Cocker; Thos. Bradford; J. M.; F. Stevens; John Shell; Bapt Ch; T. H. Moore; S. Simmons; Mrs. M. A. Rolls; Phillip Ribble; W. F. Green; F. T.; R. B. Moore; Cheese Fact.; Store & P. O.; Hall; Blk Shop; Hotel; Rosebergh P. O.; Wm. V. McIntyre; Hoyt Vrooman; John Aitken; John Mathews; Wm. A. Grant; Thos. Aitken Est.; J. D. Bradshaw; W. H. McKenzie; Mrs. E. B. French; A. C. Brown; Saml Allen; A. A. Gardner; E. E. Stouffer; P. D. Learn; Joseph Gardner; N. McClure; Wm. Orton; Mrs. A. Sharp; Jas. Sharp; E. Harvey; Pres Ch; Mrs. J. Wixson; R. C. Bradsaw; R. Olmstead; John Edwards; W. J. Mann; Charles Gerken; O. Switzer; R. Williams; W. J. Wall; J. Galbraith; Michael Wall; Moses Burns; Samul. Spring; M. Wall; P. Conroy; Miles Conry; S. Umphrey; P. Conroy; Robt. Moore; Wm. Brown; J. Cunningham; R. Sly; John Stanzel; Jas. Garrison; Wm. Bangay; Mrs. H. Penn; Wm. Waltho; J. D. Galbraith; John Gryce; Arche Lynn; Thos. Dewire; Wm. Allen; Mrs. W. Allen; Wm Smith; Wm Lynn; No. 9; Charles Normanda; Thos. H. Moore; Wm. Grant; M. J. Pierson; Harvey Maxley; R. B. Moore; J. F. Umphrey; No. 1; Robt. Sibbald; M. E. Ch.; J. Galbraith; Arthur Avery Est.; R. B. Moore; Wm. Wellman; A. H. Bradshaw; Hiel Dafoe; W. H. McKenzie; Geo. Greenwood; Johnson Dafoe; S. Fleming; Hiel Dafoe; H. McIntyre; N. Bradley; No. 2; Wm. Spencer; W. R. Quil et al; E. H. Hewett; Jas. Green; N. Umphrey; John Mathews; Mary A. Spring; U. Galbraith; Niles Hayes; Wm. Wilson; N. Umphrey; J. Garrison; John Galbraith; R. Cline; P. A. Haynes; Jas. Brown; John Conry; Wm. Sherwood; Fred Sly; S. Umphrey; Jas. McMaster; James Lynn; L. D. Martin; S. G. Higgins; Mrs. L. Hutcheson; Levi Locke; Geo. H. Briggs; Chas. Cunningham; M. Doran; Mrs. Mary Barnes; Thos. Dewire; Robt. Burns; L. Grant; N. E. Rector; Gillis Bros.; D. B. McKellar; Spring; John Badley; Geo. Kiteley; John Kappler; D. Slosser; S. Gingrich; E. Gingrich; Levi Donnenworth; Andrew Stalee; Black Creek; John Spring; Wm. Wellman; Maggie Huston; Fred Hewet; Strong Heirs; J. Fleming; R. Spring; Wm. Fleming; John Willoughby; John Mathews; John Fryer; Wm. Allen; H. Heath; E. Palmer; C. Jacobs; Edw. Vincent; Geo. Regan; Ellen Campbell; Mary Stevens; Chas Stevens; John Swan; Simon Willey; T. Moss Est; F. Robinson; Geo. Brown; Paul Willey; S. Harris; A. Adolph; Mary E. Ellsworth; C. Nichols; Benj Anger; J. Guilds; A. G. Vincent; John Cowan; M. Willey; John Polmater; Benj Tebo; C. Preston; Josiah Reynalds; C. Nehemer; W. Barber; J. Galbraith Note: Town 9 N. Range 15 E.

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ICS%7tf7~W/S N 4 Z1 K N J (K p. ýw ~ zmn -z - - 0 1- -., I - NV I lFr 6drbd I N NI + NI N I N --f----okcn, dýok17Z I * I80 z..N ~6 ~ /00. 2y Ac/tm 7L'ze 80 I I I -4 PZ I2----------____ ~- S ___ ___ U7"ff&nz-- /7 40 "~T0W8080 - tTinwys 40 In 8 a /N ~ H t n t // s ZriiuZ' /c49a Nsa 27S/~no~s ~ t,~N -H < S A7-._ 8 U~~-, N~~~~~ ~ -9-adJ1.~t~7 ite' s oo V 1 > 80 a'(Nz 80&O nrw117r y7zmo 7zJ776.90 180 N6, 6/0T ~mx Oh-, IP97;9dar 29 Zf.9 - ~ -cr r6z, re 4-0. ~ 862 0%109 _L, nI Z9 Ck> /20 4o 40 40 'own9P s--lesIaIZv1E. 7 / 6 ' A I ( r b t v o Z-1ck1 Title: Worth 9 16E; 17E Keywords: Lake Huron; Fremont Tp.; Lexington Tp.; St. Clair County; Black River; Alex. Farewell; Hudson Farewell; A. F. Hudson; John McDool; Joseph Galbraith; J. S; A. Sheely; Joseph Galbraith; J. D. Galbraith; Wm Craine; A. W. Willits; G. H. Cook; Geo. Johnson; F. Bow; Chas Brown; Geo. Mason; J. T. Waterman; John Burgess; Martin Sly; A. E. Brown; Wm. Allen; P. H. Barney; Thos. Alexander; Wm Grice; Robt. Worden; Jas. Clarke; S. H. Sly; Black Creek; J. H. French; Joseph French; Geo. W. French; Eliza Clark; Geo. Clark; D. Clark Sr.; John R. Shell; Bapt. Ch.; Henry Carpenter; John Paton; D. Clark; T. Moss Est.; Duke Clark Sr; Sarah Thomas Est.; No. 6; John Paton; David Paton; Wm. Harvey; Truman Moss Est.; M. D. Sanborn; Peter J. Carson; Thos. Carson; Mary A. Ultsch; T. Moss Est.; S. Wilson; Z. Perry; Jos. Walllace; M. A. Worden; Mahitable Sanborn; Chas Willits; Wm. Wallace; E Bice; Wm. Sanderson; John Garner; Addie Summerville; J. Cameron; John McDool; Chas. Harman; Dennis McCarthy; A. S. Dove; J. S.; Chas. Harman; Chas. Hinkson; John Burgess; Martha Woodruff; J. Manuel; Mary Fleming; Jos. Wonch; J. A. Benedict; Walter Galbraith; Jas. T. Waterman; R. Wellman; Ellen Alexander; Andrew McCardle Est.; S. H. Sly; Leonard Decker; L. Decker; R. D. Shenick; David McClure Est.; J. C. Waterbury; J. Meddaugh; John Paton; Robt. Paton; Thos Grey; R. Barnes; T. Banslaugh; Flint Marquette Railway; Thos. Dean; E. Kinney; David McClure Est.; Joseph Worden; John Mason; T. Moss Est.; E. R. McCredie Est.; W. H. Davis; John Sprowl; L. H. Corcoran; Mary A. Ultsch; J. P. Sanborn; Edwin Lewis; Peter Carlin; H. M. Lee; Chas. Pomeroy; J. A. Douglas; M. T.; A. Urmy; H. M. Noble; Fr No 5; Lewis Hastings; Thos. C. Moore; Cem; Bapt. Ch.; Thomas Ellis; Geo. H. Hinkson; Frank McCardle; Saml. McCardle; Hiram Udell; Chas. Hinleson; Ella McNulty; S. A. Udell; Geo. Hinkson Jr.; J. Reynolds; R. M. Rice; C. H. Leonhard; Jas. Mann; C. H. Leonard; Seymore Willits; P. H. Benedict; S. Willits; John Galbraith; Station; Store; No. 1.; Town Hall; Amadore P. O.; Geo. McCardle Est; Wm. Lewis; E. A. Mudge; Chas Lewis; Albert Lewis; E. Woodruff; Wm. Lewis; David McClure Est.; Geo. Henry; Geo McCardle Est; James Dorward; E. Montgomery; W. W. Cook; Wm. W. Cook; L. Fenton; R. M. Rice; J. Worden; Mary A. Sherman; W. H. McCardle; J. R. Graham; N. McCready; Joshua Wixson; Hugh Fenton; Nelson Utley; H. Fockler; A. R. Schell; John Sprowl; J. Wixson; Edwin Lewis; Bap. Ch.; J. B.; Duncan McIntyre; E. Hurley; Geo. E. Carr; Jas. McNair; L. W. Brown; P. Lamb; L. W. Brown; A. K. Gardner; Ewd. Hastings; I. Lount; J. B. Niggeman Jr.; Andrew Ryan; J. Reynolds; Obrian J. Atkinson; Jos. Barnham; John Napper; Andrew Macklem; David Dorword; Amos. Dorword; Hotel & Store; Clifford Steven; Maggie Smith; Wm. Smith; Jos Burnham; John Methven; A. Madden; Cheese Factory; Nathan Shell; Mary Noble; Thos. Mathews Est.; Lafayette Shell; Silas Ellerthorpe; Wm. Ellerthorpe; Jacob Cline; S. Cline; Mary Wixson; James Wilks; James Cline; Ewd. Woodruff; W. Garbutt; John Garbutt; E. Woodruff; L. S. Fenton; A. Crakshark; A. Yake; Jas. T. Norman; Joshua Wixson; P. L.Graham; Saml. Fuller; Andrew Kipp; H. Sprowl; John Cline; Jas. Tait; No. 2; S. E. Terry; Julia H. Mills; Helen S. Wixson; Cem.; Alonzo Farr; Peter Sutton; F. Keener; Alvin Cole; Moses Cook; Francis Burnham; Miles Simmons; B. S. Shop; Mary A. McKenzie; Henry McKenzie; John Mathews; Isabella Gordon; John Napper; Margaret Campbell; M. Simmons; Wm. T. Simmons; John Kipp; M. E. Ch.; No. 3; J. Reynolds; W. Harrington; Geo. A. Shell; Jas. Battersbee; Geo. B. Hanes; Edw. Hastings; Austin Wright; Synthia Swazie; Frank Napper; L Shell; W. J. Woods; J. Dowling; L. Shell; John Frazier; Jas. L. Dowlning; Geo. W. Allen; Lewis Baker; Chas Hall; Hiram Hayward; Hiram Utley; Warner Newton; Mary C. Halfman; J. Frazier Est.; John Jackman; Henry Essery; Henry Utley; John Utley Sr.; Henry Fockler; W. J. Musselman; John M. Welsh; Geo. W. Welsh; John Sprowl; Saml. Utley; M. E. Ch.; Edwd. Gordon; Angeline Hamlin; Wm. F. Baker; John McComb; Saml. Baker; L. Long; Wm. Cook; Jas. Anderson; Lyman Wixson; No. 8; Fruit Farm; Thos. J. Papst Propr.; Sarah Loop; Eli Reynolds; William Gimmins; Mary Wakefield; John C. Tool; Orsemous Benaway; A. J. Hawes; Moses Thurtle; M. Mulligan; E Potter; Geo W Allen; Ira Lount; Alfred Hedrick; Catharine Cline; Geo. W. Allen; Annie Elwood; Richard Graves; D. Grave; Emily Humble; Wm. H. Hacking; Lavina Dant; Mary Miller; H. Methven; Isaac Losie; Geo. W. Smith; Geo. W. Allen; S. Baker; Hariet Stewart; Catharine Mason; John Utley Sr.; Mathew Tyson; Wm Yake; Peter Jennett Est.; Francis Carnun; Peter Jannett Est.; John Papst; Richard Sherman; Joseph Foley; Geo. W. Smith; Sarah Goulding; Wm. Olimer; Geo. Graham; Henry Fockler; No. 12; David A. West; H. S. Hayward; Christian Ch.; Job Garbutt; John Jackman; F. Komd; Sarah Peasley; Clara Castor; Jane Grice; Jas. Stewart; Danl. Clarke; Danl. Dingman; J. G. Koehler; Oliver Yake; William Cummins; John C. Hillock; A. Hollister; Norton Hollister; J Smith; W. Loop; J. Cox; W. H. Craig; Chloe Wild; Papst & Wixson; Chas. P. Bigger Est.; T. Moss Est.; Nelson Woodruff; E. Sheldon; B. F. Hall; Margaret Purkiss; F. L. Walthers; E. Sheldon; No. 7; M. Lagrange; Stevens Landing; B. F. H.; David W. Scramlin; A. O. Purkiss; F. L. Walthers; R. Sherman; Clark Haywood; Rudolph Papst; S. F. Hill; C. Castor; Lot 3; Baker Stevens; Lot 2; Lot 1; Stella Johnson; T. 9 N. R. 17. E.; Lake Huron Note: Town 9 Ranges 16 & 17 E.

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Tewksbury; Cemetery; Charles Bartels; Denissen St.; S. B. Coleman; T. Kennedy; T. B. Frazer; S. B. Coleman; Mrs. Robinson; J. Ellis; Section 30; Town 10 N. Range 17 E.; A. R. Schell; G. Henry; O. Kean; Margaret Bell; J. L. Fead; J. L. Fead; Jefferson St.; R. M. Rice; Lot; Francis S. Beach; Watson Beach; Wm. Vender; David West; G. W. & N. Sherman; H. N. Oldfield; S. C. & F. Tewksbury; C. Fletcher; M. J. Dooley; Simons St.; Geo. Hinkson; A. M. Cady; D. Clark; Ira Clark Est.; John Bell; H. Kessill; F. Kessill; R. C. Church; R. B. Hubbard & Co. Add.; Wayne St.; Washington St.; Hydrant; Masonic Temple & City Hall; Simons Plat; Planing Mill; W. H. Sheldon; Geo. Henry; G. Henry; Woolen Mill; J. L. Fead; ¼ Post; Frederick Suerwier; Geo. Hinkson; Section Line Between Sections 25 & 36; Wm. Nurenburg; S. Burgess; E. B. Clark; Cong. Ch.; Nancy Buell; H. N. Oldfield; F. Tewkbury; Huron Ave.; Catharine H. Nims; Vulcan St.; Commissioners Plat; S. W. Monroe Est.; Advent Church; James Plat; E. Morris; A. W. Merrill; John Devine Est.; Papst & Winson Real Est Office; Lexington Bank; Sec. Cor.; Lexington Beach Hotel; Boyington St.; Monrovia; Line Between Sec. 30 & 31; Franklin Ho.; G. Henry; Dallas St.; Geo. Henry’s Hotel; Rolling Mill; Union St.; Lake St.; Reuben Simons Add.; Hubbard St.; Cemetery; School; Main St.; Machine Shop; Episcopal Church; R. B. Hubbards & Co. Add.; Washington St.; G. M. Ch.; M. E. Ch.; Lot 1; F. L. Walthers; W. Baker; Dallas St.; John Lockhart; I. Huckins; N. E. ¼ Section 36; Lester St.; H. Johnson; Mrs. Wm. Linn; P. Janette; Alexander Cruikshank; Section 31; Wm. Wolfel; H. Calkins; J. Jackson; J. I. Allen; H. Hatton; J. Alexander; B. Stevens; M. A. Turk; R. M. Rice; Lot 2; H. Jackson; Jos. Jackson; P. L. Wixson; L. S. Fenton; Corporation Line; ¼ Post; Jas. Peasley; Geo. Henry; E. Girardin Note: Towns 10 N. Ranges 16 & 17 E.

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Page  75 1ý I 71L -L K 1= 214m,. Výv T TowwslO&SIINL angeJZE.______ _____J - __ __ - I hlb/n JauIleo__JLSe N X A/r &e] ~E4SSccbb3T/ I! 4ý%A; w 1 ~' an'yo' ii-- rlT KLSOT T N'~1 zJZLZ 1(S4 IT -7 ftRD LETF /0TAN + 3 33 i,51 - - to I. 'It 1VZ/ I1aL 6... / I AKE5 7 a 4 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _4- "3 EUCGLI D ST. CZZ7Z7ZZZY1Zt7ZQN if Xj7 JXZscYZ9 Z I' gum F Title: Map of the Village of Marlette 10N; 11N 12E Keywords: S. E. ¼ Section 31; John McGill; S. McCrea; C. Eckin; Albert Bahm; John Dawson; Thos. Kelley; John Dawson; S. W. ¼ Section 32; Wm. N. Rogers; C. M. Custemberger; Wm. A. White; W. R. Kinnee; Thos. Gourley; J. W. Bland; Lamotte St.; Chard St.; Prospect St.; Ella McClure; Maggie Macklem; Ellsworth St.; School; E. Parsons; ¼ Post; Robt. English; Margaret Morris; Town Line Between 31 32 Sec. Cor.; Ayre St.; McGill St.; Doyle St.; Woolen Mill; Marlette St.; Morris St.; Jos. Sims; John McGill; Fenner St.; Ervin St.; Opera House; Foundry; Gleason House; Planing Mill; Exchange Hotel; J. McGills Bank; Saw Mill; Printing Office of Marlette Leader; Towns 10 & 11 North Range 12 East; School; D. Hubbard; T. U. Dawson; D. Huston; Geo. Weaver; Flint & Pere Marquette Railway; Joseph Morris; R. Martin; Mary E. Black; F. Kilgour; A. Stork; J. Dawson Livery; Kilgour St.; Oakes St.; Church St.; M. E. Ch.; Main St.; Wilson St.; Rogers St.; Moore St.; H. W. Wilson; Town 10 N. Range 12 E.; Section 5; Town 10 N. Range 12 E.; G. W. Vail; Excelsior Roller Mill; Warner St.; Euclid St.; Elevator; Oatmeal Mill; Depot; Frt. House; F & P. M. R. R.; Oattle Pens; H. Wilson; W. Haley; R. Moore; Section 4; J. W. Cunningham; W. V & Co.; M. Trask; D. Huston; Marlette Driving Park Association; G. F. Vail Note: Towns 10 & 11 N. Range 12 E.

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Page  77 'SI s own eý10 i\ Run&C/16 IA -j 0' 03' N' 9) Nj '4 74 54 24 /4 34 3 -+' 2' 2' / 4 6 C / 2'4 /3 66 66 4ti (411 41 4ox- 7O7O- roy._A__ 14/C - ___ 7C 4COv -7/5T to6''/6S 6-rzoo -43to09e;5 p( k'.,/ / '~. S / '/2'z I 1959L/Q'35_ 2 tA4 6' 3 X/433 15ý % ý ý _' U33 /S6SS '41`751-34-JULIA' UT.74 le2 I" OAK" ST.TOW "_1,73 _Vos 44 '15-6 HA/5 /5C ~l O/T"5V /3 - I/4 - -- '6 1:/ /~ /3 /3 /37 3 7s 6 9 ~NORK S.\4 /4 -18 - '. DIA~Q L33 -q5/2 2 4~ /3 o / ~-2 "8 97911/629/76 W5 /'q3/,6/ /6/ /15 /9'// 149 4 p7-7 1/1/ 1/ /1 '// /3 OS'3 2 ~ofl4 1 -44 /6 / / / 6' 4/ 3 3 )''4/7/ ///67636 f 36 3 6326 s3/3 43 4 _ /7- /4 NORT /T. 2/7T 71 Ku1I~i1IV 12/M /5-15161711 7l4510) ZZ.2 OLDCST TE1-0RAD1___ I AI ýe J 99'''\9-WA'D ST WA13 9 - 3ý N I ST.'Mg- I. I1 I5 '~t~t % ('~ - I * I ST.,IZ I7 Z 3 0 ',,c C. ST. ' / 409'II '7 2 t * so.~91.a i zii/i is ( '2 F 4.3 44d Ig V: -9 - 4,34 P9 POSPECT /-9136 49e /6- 3/9i 839 S6ci Lu 0I 17 5CC ROSWELL -________ ' ~ Vt.......... 3 9 * ' '4 SE vIE TR a;lCIT I ON I I CEA N 32kq 0) '4 I> 4) K N' I * I 4 Zile Title: Map of the Village of Croswell 10N 16E Keywords: Sec. Cor.; Mrs. E. D. Franklin; Oak St.; J. H. Murdaugh; Cheese Fact.; Harrington Avenue; ¼ Post; Brick Kiln; L. P. Graham; S. C. Smith; N. 7 30 W.; Crosswell Brick Co.; Flax Mill; Mills & Gaiges 2nd Addition; Julia St.; N. 88 45 E.; Corporation Line; Agricultural Fair Grounds; T. Moss Est.; M. W. Stevenson; Mrs. E. D. Franklin; Vacated; Mills Pratt & Houghtalins Add; Stevenson’s Third Add.; North St.; Anderson St.; Maple St.; Magnus McLean; Anderson House; Mrs. E. D. Franklin; F. A.; P. M.; Bank; Moss Mills & Gaiges Plat of the Village of Croswell; Franklin House; City Hall; A. A.; G. M. S.; J. M. Gaige; N. 7 30 W.; J. H. Mills; Opera House; U. P. Church; Depot; Tank; G. Smith; S. F. Ward; Niggeman & Co.; Mills St.; Harriet St.; Elizabeth St.; Moss Mills & Gaiges Addition; Wells St.; Gaige St.; Line 1492 Ft.; N. 88. 05 E.; Section Line Between 29 & 30; Hannah St.; Stevenson St.; North St.; Annie St.; Stevensons Addition; Hannah Wixson; H. Wixson; School St.; Pack St.; Nimms St.; P. E. Church; Moss Mills & Gaiges Real Estate Office; Roller IMill; Howard St.; Ward St.; Iron Stake; Sanborn Ave.; Brown St.; B. S. Shop; Planing Mill; M. E. Church; Quail & Sons; Elevator; Cattle Pen.; McMoran St.; N. 88. 45 E; Gaige St.; Mills 1st Addition to Village of Croswell; Truman St.; Corporation Line; ¼ Post; T. Moss Est.; ¼ Line; J. H. Mills; Perry Stevens; E. Binks; Dr. G. A. Annand; Mrs. Lee; B. Flanery Est.; R. G. Church; West St.; South St.; Centre St.; J. P. Sanborn Est.; G. S. Wixson; F. E. Willard; C. W. A.; G. S.; S. Spears; Stevensons Second Add.; Church; St.; Black River; M. W. Stevenson; Section 29; Pres. Ch.; A. McAllister; Henry Ahrens; G. Beagle; Disputed; A. A. McAllister; Mrs. A. Strevel; Flint & Pere Marquette R. R.; Section Line Between 28 & 29; J. Matthews; Mary Robb; W. T. Jenney; Euclid St.; T. Moss Est.; J. Hilborn; Wm. Scott; Union Ch.; Wm. Wixson; Davis St.; Wm. Blastall; Bridget Flannery Est.; L. F. Gates; G. F. Wilson; W. T. Jenney; Old State Road; C. W. Arnot; H. McIntyre; C. W. Arnot; D. Quail; Edgar; E. Wheeler; A. W. Casey; E. Gribben; E. Buxton Est.; E. R. McCredie; Arnot’s Addition to Croswell; West St.; Sec. Cor.; State St.; Longfellow St.; Prospect St.; State St.; E. R. McCredie Est.; Mrs. G. Moore; U. P. Church; H. M.; Croswell St.; C. W. Arnot; H. M.; ¼ Post Section Line Between Secs. 29 & 32; Mrs. E. Buxton Est.; A. Lynn; J. Poland; J. S. Pomeroy; Croswell Cemetery; Israel McGarvey; L. Heacock; Section 32; T. B. Uren Note: Town 10 N. Range 16 E.

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Page  79 XdSQW e/cr67'66Zzr7e 6'arr2'~A.~ I~s. 6;odaZ.. ý N. Co4oRC.CS ~Thur cMRY W4111 26/ o'r' ý L111 tg II 7 7S k- ~! EA:DeO r79,'' 1! YCS MARSH T Crc ey.ARTHUR;u ST.. 4 1% *HIGH 1 ST. * N ~. %N I 4;044' Q I \N '. N N N >s 1% (3~ C,33,1 "0 lz co. Nt '; Jb,705 Bc/blr I I. I. N IN -EZizaSedS -4%cZetsom.;.: ,-.... I N Jo47?Q 6 N fit K. J.. o I 0 .., I* /Lk 7BZ.l~ 4e0-7 Nil-Ilia Title: Map of the Village of Carsonville 11N; 12N 15E Keywords: David Crorey; Willard Bopra; John Bettis; Thos. Goodall; Wm. Bowen; J. D. Maynard; S. E. ¼ of Section 34 Town 12 N. Range 15 E; Philo Tyler; Cheese Factory; Section Line; Wm. Bettis; Champino Mills; J. D. Hinkley & Co. Prop.; T. Bowlin; R. Dunning; Wm. Bowen; Ellen McCaren; Exchange Bank; C. Crorey; Joshua Bettis; S. W. ¼ of Section 35 Town 12 N. Range 15 E.; John O’Connor; Section Line 34 & 3; Edson Carr; Peter Carter; Horatio Falsher; E. Carr; Jos. Carr; David Connel; D. Rourke; B. Beckman; J. Whitaker; M. Graham; P. M. R. R.; Elevator; N. 8 25 W.; Grounds; Marsh St.; Sheldon St.; Marquette House; Carsons Plat of Carsonville; Arthur St.; High St.; Chandler St.; Planing Mill; M. E. Ch.; Cong. Ch.; Main St.; G. McNinch; Howard St.; Chipmans Add.; John Wilson; Exchange Hotel; Sec. Cor.; Carson House; Oldfield & McGregor; T. Mills; Wm. Thompson; J. Cummings; Wm. Chipman; Section Line 35 & 2; Town Line 11 & 12; Race Track; Isaac Mills; N. E. ¼ of Section 3 Town 11 N. Range 15 E.; Cattleren; Elevator; Depot; F. & P. M. R. R.; Blacksmith Shop; I. Case; J. Edgar; McNaughton; G. McNinch; G. Hartshorn; D. Crorey; A. Warren; Jonathon Maynard; N. W. ¼ of Section 2 Town 11 Range 15 E.; Elizabeth Anderson; Andrew Gerow; Flint and Pere Marquette Railroad; Wm. Crorey Est.; Frank Anderson; Hall Note: Towns 11 & 12 N. Range 15 E.

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Page  81 W ownIN z -t t~s ~ze ~ 9ý'9 99F z7 MN 1>%c9 -a-- 0.0J' H Q K now 077jOz4 - V N 55 N Cl Zn z 0 H 0 >4 K K K INz. E z5Ivt r I I tc S *flOAczh'd A k CO 4% 'A CdK) zI 4 k,I)4ý s, 3 -b4 S w- A7 11*' NI.N1,DNI/N N 'N Ihs va v' 'a:9 B a III U K So 0 5, N '5, 0 Co 0) 0) CO 0 H U,Sy 0a 5, 5, St Ph St N *1 1 1=9 ~''P"61.100 alg I d2Mo7f 1$YZ/V9074$j' Zzn9ygy IF, 0;4 4v Jw;;;K, OM7 CdO a. 0 &70 sp 11-i- 1-41-............. 1I;14ý iFl 111 iii i i H! i i 111 il11 ri ii 1,;,1,i W ool 114 mi, Ao 61* 1 1 N~dflflX ff IVZý-ill I--" A:Wi4l jw% I _uu,. -1 a22Q 7&, '24197?2d apa2az{j A/ ',V 4tk2ri4Q 210 2 7" #y'V62dJIkltYOr 'I I I N77wwo '0 3 I Title: Map of the Village of Deckerville 13N 15E Keywords: Town Line; Leonard A. Lewis; Depot Grounds; Cattle Pen; F & P. M. Ry.; P. M. Terpenning; Section 30; William Rusnell Est.; Section 29; Jos. Heathcote; Section Line; S. E. Sec. Cor.; Thos. Carp; E. Bacon; Wm. McKellar; R. Bollman; C. Kurtz; A. Turpenning; Road; Elevator; J. Blower; Depot; E. Henry; J. McGaher; Wm. Sweet; J. Blower; E. Bacon; Section Line; Ada St.; Maple St.; Palm St.; Black and Vincent Add.; Vincent St.; Quince St.; Orange St.; Ella St.; Mrs. A. S. Clark; Black River St.; Storehouse; J. Reid; A. Downing & Southworth; J. Blower; Epis. Ch.; Store; J. Blower; Commercial Hotel; Sec. Cor.; Bank; Union Hotel; Heathcote St.; Plat of Village of Deckerville; Decker Blk.; Grist Mill; Blk. Shop; R. Lochlan; J. Kincaid; M. Yake; H. F. Alderton; Forester St.; C. & L. Lambert; N 0’23 W; N 0’73 W; N 1’45 E.; A. W. Thornton; Theodore Thornton; Section 31; Phebe Goodrich Estate; H. H. Andrews; F. Meacham; Baptist Ch.; Main St.; G. C. V.; D. T.; H. F. Alderton; G. C. Vincent; Section 32; Mill St.; C. Bedient; John McGahey; Flint & Pere Marquette Railway; George Goodrich; Josephine Goodrich; J. M. Pennell; Wm. Lieghorn; C. Bedient; Carrie Deroy; Fr. No. 3 Note: Town 13 N. Range 15 E.

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Page  83 . <31~MAP OF' ~~< VIII \((~i~ T 111?'VLXT1iY\(W \JJLJkL'P5a sts nl t/WN 79 Town14 N-Raji 8e14E~ fc' atZ'c x/6&/~e,/ to liezc4 Ic, SEOCTJ 2 4 N K N V Kh u' -ý11 -Z?.Z;AACmw - 4I s I\,aa N ASS. >b \4~/j& /3 ~ A7 41145 42 //ZU-c c SEUCTLO 6 N I K t '44 "04 X F 'I k "4k y K s "... N 'K QD 4 I ..' I N U '. I _________________________________ -_ MAIN ST. 0 er 12. 9* 33 / *,k/#/SI1.2 4 1/~ ~OA'81168Q#FliRSTAVN V14 / 4 ' 4/t 'o LENP SEC M{LS1 /62 --- --- - 4Pgx 9/ 2,0 ~23;7 LL'36.17-, -5 u F-c t tS C )44 664,5/ '- 6 '-~ ~ ' L-LQ Title: Map of the Village of Minden 14N 14E Keywords: ¼ Post; Chas. L. Messmore; Nancy Dumond; Section 2; Michael Cully; James M. Haviland’s First Add. To Minden; N. 01 45 E; St.; C. Volz; Ferdinand Hetfield; Section 1; Bridget Mooney; John Woodchiski; Edgerton Proctor; Hannah Dean; M. O’Connor’s First Add. To Minden; M. E. Church; Main St.; N. 88 52 E; Haviland St.; Cass St.; Opera Ho.; Sec. Cor.; Bank; Geo. Grummetts First Add. To Minden; Hurd House; Grummett St.; Mooney House; Second St.; Archibald Mooneys Sub. Div.; Third St.; Fourth St.; Fifth St.; Berman House; Depot; ¼ Post; Flint & Pere Marquette Rail Road; Michael O’Connor; Village Lockup; Woolen Mills; Cong. Church; First Avenue; Bridget Mooney; First Avenue; School; Canham & Ross; Roller Mill; F. & P. M. R. R.; Creamery; Albert Seaman; Freight Shed; Mooney St.; Warehouse; John O’Connor; Section 11; Section 12; John Washcoski Note: Town 14 N. Range 14 E.

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Page  85 lp Title: Map of the Village of Forestville 14N 16E Keywords: Lake Huron; Dominico Cazatti; Out Lot 2; Out Lot 1; Allardt & Cernts Addition; Forest Ave.; Joseph Merredith; ¼ Section Line; Washington Ave.; Forest Ave.; ¼ Sec. Line; Lot 3; A. Riedel; Cedar Av.; A & L. Hall Store; Tenth St.; Pine Av.; Cedar Av.; Hall; 9th St.; Section 8; Huron Ave.; E. B. Ward Second Add.; Pine Ave.; Cedar Ave.; Store; Cabinet Shop; School 1; Eighth St.; Harness Shop; E. B. Ward First Addition; Original Plat of Forestville; Lot 2; Forrest House; Bank; M. E. Ch.; Dock; Allardt & Gernts Add.; Cass River Ave.; John Peitel; Section Line Sec. 8 & 17; Seventh St.; Sixth St.; Fifth St.; Fourth St.; E. Lange; Out Lot 9; Allardt & Gernts Subdivision of N. E. ¼ of N. W. ¼ of Fractional Sec. 17; Out Lot 10; Out Lot 11; Out Lot 12; R. Brueck; Cass River Road; Third St.; Second St.; Lake St.; J. Mayo; J. a. Moll; Stephens & Canham; Lot 1; Mill Prop.; F. Wagner; Saw Mill; Saml. Umphrey; S. & C.; Mrs. F. Wahla; Out Lot 8; Out Lot 7; Hambujer Ave.; Prince Frederick St.; Lincoln St.; Hambujer Subdivision of Out Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 & 6; S. & C.; Oak St.; Section 17; J. Hughs et al; ¼ Sec. Line; D. C. Swayze; Lot 2; R. Brueck; Mrs. L. Wahla; Cemetery Note: Town 14 N. Range 16 E.

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Page  87 99i I/ 9 J 'i-s -9~ S9< ~'~V2t-4.J-S - -----$/ K 4w Gýc~ 69 6WH &+264,91 99 Q0 Gb "- ~H4LL Crj H 44 4 z~?NO 9 4> <9e. ~!~I, 9 00 4) 44 C) ~__ I ~ >.9<99 &ZZZZA4 2V j3_ _ _ _ _ __ _ 1_ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ ' 7dldrdJN vcyy N 9 1 ___________________ 44 I 'rsv &dZ3J7 77 9 in 9'). - 'rg 4'0 Elm 5'ZZ.Y/411' Mdc/OC9 y )696 0 "4 K '44 '44 (3.2 &LIL..4 Nj -Ar Title: Map of the Village of Port Sanilac 11N; 12N 16E Keywords: Lake Huron; Oldfield Addition; A. Leins; S. ½ of Fr. Section 35; Lot 3; Geo. Peters; Henry Oldfield; Cemetery; J. C. Whitney; Chas. Pedrick; Birney Est.; Taylors Add.; Huron St.; Erie St.; Lot 4; Sec. Cor.; Cemetery St.; J. Cooper; St. Clair; Ontario St.; Church St.; Ridge St.; School; M. E. Church; Main St.; Hotel; Bank; Store; Oldfields Store; Masonic & City Hall; Lake St.; Grist Mill; Cemetery; Saw Mill; To The Lake; Dock; E. Mills; Wm. H. Riley; John Roeder; Cong. Ch.; G. Cook; F. Platts; Mrs. Turk; Geo. Platts; Lot 1; F. Platts; Advent Ch.; Cedar St.; M. N. Mugan; Topping’s Addition; Cherry St.; Cedar St.; A. W. Hands Plat of the Village of Port Sanilac; Hotel; U. S. Lighthouse; N. ½ of Fr. Section 2; Dr. Loop; Susanna Coppernoll; Hickory St.; Martin St.; Ridge St.; Lake St.; J. W. Smith; Hurds Ave.; Lot 2; To The Lake Note: Towns 11 & 12 N. Range 16 E.

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Page  89 I 01,low IK-:dow, 16 'Nuft, -;4; N I (-2L o9&ZYNL2ZV0/1y1 Ne 1 JZt' tY(2l f7r-91 3 X1V A M -jI ~ ~ 4/O:3vqy 936 N N NgP46 INK:2iNNN N g~~vr ~ rso* 'J-g yj~~ 2/O ooj CC NQ - * * N K ''9 I ~ I ONO * * I ti * * I Title: Map of the Village of Brown City 9N 13E Keywords: B; C; D; E; F; G; L; K; J; I; H; N. 1 30 W.; S. 89 30 E.; Frank Snyder’s Addition; N. 1 30 W.; Saml. Garnett; Japhat Kernott; W. S. Stone; Section 7; N. Third St.; N. Second St.; N. First St.; J. M. Brown’s Add.; School; George St.; Mary St.; James St.; Walter St.; M; N; O; P; Q; A. P. De Wolf; F. Steinhoff; J. L. Wooley; J. Kennedy; Wm. Cole; E. A. Bonford; Brown City Driving Park Association; Section Line; Main St.; Maple St.; McMoran St.; Advent Ch.; Vine St.; Reed St.; Lincoln St.; J. Storey; M. H. Mason; R. C. Brown’s Plat of Brown City; Bank; Gamble House; Tank; John St.; Lincoln St.; McRobert House; Welles St.; Herrington House; City Hall; Depot; Elevator; F & P. M. Ry.; Roller Mill; Cattle Pen; Merrill; N. 88 17’; S. 2 55’ E; Flint & Pere Marquette Railway; C. Knowles; F. Getz; B. DeLong; G. Windsor; F. M. Wooley; D. Burk; S. R. Cain; S. George; J. H. Fox; J. H. Fox; John Vandusen; Section Line; J. Store; M. Schlichter; D. Windsor; M. H. Mason; Frank Snyder; Section 18; A. Windsor; Geo. Wilkie; John Windsor; E. H. Donaldson; C. B. Gould; A. Preston; S. Rookey; W. H. Ryan; J. G. Mitchell; A. Kerr; Creamery; John Large & Peter Riley Note: Town 9 N. Range 13 E.

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Page  91 ~~&?t N.....-- I. ' ~.1_11111_ 1 - II - I _ _ _ __ Nb NC\ N, cx cm 'w1;c S--~- ---SW~B7-;-I 66- /32 /3 o-: " > "~ 0J: FFor ~Y, t4w C, by N C) 2: 1 r I I . I~ t--- ~ (E3 i c CD. I - I! S.ECONdD Ctl THIRD {o~~ c IY\ I C~ Nb.IIIICII.-l s- _-,,-,., c-----. -- R, I- -U -c - I ~ - - ----cbcl I IIU. -c- I--ISL -----~111 1----- ----XIII-l--~--. ---I------I - - I - _ __ 1_1 ____-_ -~ ---~ - - Title: Map of the Village of Applegate 11N 15E Keywords: Butzel & Co.; F & P. M. Ry.; Elevator; Cattle Pen; Depot; Depot Grounds; Section 25; E. Mitchell; Section Line; Flint & Pere Marquette Railway; Main St.; ¼ Post Between Sections 25 & 36; Hotel; Store; Church St.; Second St.; Third St.; Hardware Store; Blk. Shop; Store & P. O.; Store; Foundry; Third St.; W. H. Ennest; Section 36; ¼ Sec. Line; B. Ennest; B. E. Bond; First St. Note: Town 11 N. Range 15 E.

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Page  93 VI~ LJLAG El'ay' i. )0 ( N j(GJT)N ( Town 13 N,-Rvan8e13 E. V/1 L L A W, - I AMMMIRE).Worffi ]L.IV4.. N j K ýjl N N N N Map of Ithe VJJLLAGE, YwAý`,R 1E2 Tow 31N.Pxmse LIE. Sca~z M-lelYX0.%ILc/ b hzehIA4 -j I TowmlIONPAan eN19E. NN IL E.12zl~r -ZL, Efe 7rdcll SE CTIION LI SSE DRUC&TO PC CTTON JO 7EC7-/C/M LINE XO? //0rZt ED - IC Flers SE CtLON 16O SECTION 15 IF~ lers7sk'. ýJI7ZZZlot: Title: Map of the Village of Downington; Village of Amadore; Map of the Village of Peck; Map of the Village of Argyle 13N 13E Keywords: Church St.; Section Line; M. E. Ch.; Haines St.; Plat of the Village of Downington; S. E ¼ of S. E. ¼ of Section 31; Jones St.; Lane St.; State Road; S. E. ¼ of S. W. ¼ of Section 32; Grist Mill; Town 13; Town 12; Town Line; Sec. Cor.; Howard House; Totten Blk.; Bank; Cheese Fact.; D. McClure; Geo. McCardle; P. H. Benedict; S. Willits; Wm. Lewis; E. Woodruff; A. Lewis; John Galbraith; Store; School; Town Hall; Store; Blk. Shop; Hotel & Store; Wm. Smith; I. Smith; Sec. 22; P. H. Benedict; S. Willits; John Galbraith; Town Hall; C. H. Leonard; Jos. Mann; F. Leonard; Sec. 28; M. E. Ch; Blk. Shop; R. M. Rice; Sec. 28; Hotel & Store; G. Stevens; F & P. M. Railway; Section Line; A. Herdell; F. Darr; Blk. Shop; Section 9; Section 10; Mill Lot; Store; Sec. Cor.; Hotel; Hall; Drug Store; F. Vatters; Section 16; Section 15; N. Vatters Sr.; H. Vannest; Section 27; Leonard’s Addition; F E & B. M. Dutcher’s Addition; R. E. Dutcher; Cass River Road; Peck St.; Loraine St.; Dale St.; Lapeer Road; Hotel; 1/7 Post; Thos. Dawsons Add.; W. Dawson’s Addition; Catharine St.; Duby’s Addition; Blk. Shop; Masonic & City Hall; Village of Peck; Rebecca St.; J. L. McGrory; B. McGrory; S. Gray; M. E. Ch.; Wm. Dawson; Mill Lot; Roller Mill; Section 34; J. T. Waterman; Hayes St.; Mill St.; Elk St.; L. Frostic; Cheese Fact. Note: Town 13 N. Range 13 E.; Worth Twp.; Town 10 N. Range 14 E.

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Page  95 MTAP OF; THE Townil4 NRa rng e b3E, Scale *900 /6e1 iZO 67 rn7C/&. f. A ft ý ffff I I r - &ýVRON Z Title: Map of the Village of Tyre 14N 13E Keywords: County Line Between Huron & Sanilac; Mrs. O’Sullivan; Store; U. B. C.; M. E. Ch.; John Getty; Flint & Pere Marquette R. R.; First St.; State St.; John Getty; A. L. Reed & M. A. Sanborn; F. & P. M. R. R.; West ½ of Section 1; Depot; Elevator; Third St.; Fourth St.; Second St.; Hotel; Chas. Jones; State St.; Fifth St.; Judson Wiley & Judson & Wm. Borland Note: Town 14 N. Range 13 E.

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Page  97 4rF -0 P, S6a-Map of the -> V/1JL LAG)3ElvFVP~' MUT Town 9 N.P-xie LI5E &r~e,Z-c 326/U tin rwtlLz I SECTION 19 SECTION 20,5 SECTION 30 29 _5,"MAP DF THEci)ý,, C-LAEo 1PT M TYwn 14 k2&kcde~1-4 E c SECTION 36 H gill Title: Map of the Village of Fremont; Map of the Village of Palms; Map of the Village of Valley Centre; Map of the Village of Speaker 9N; 14N 15E; 14E; 13E Keywords: Section 19; Section 20; Section Line; Section 30; Section 29; Port Huron & Vassar State Road; Sec. Cor.; S. 75 15’ E.; Port Austin Br. Of Flint & Pere Marquette Ry.; To Sand Beach; Mary Deegan; Section 25; John Mullett; R. Meyers; Mary Deegan; F & P. M. R. R.; T. O’Day; Store; North St.; S. 88 5’W; ¼ Post; M. Cain; F & P. M. Hotel; J. McCafferty; Mrs. A. Higgins; C. Smith; Thompson’s Plat of Palms; Railroad St.; Wm. T. Lyons; Section 36; Tank; F & P. M. Ry.; Warehouse; Depot; Wm. Daggan; Forestview Hotel; Park St.; Lyons Ave.; Elevator; N. 88 5 E; Flint & Pere Marquette Railway; I. R. Wadsworth; John Salsbury; Section 27; Section 22; Section 23; General Stores; Flint & Pere Marquette; H. Hydorn; South First St.; South Second St.; S. 1 0 E.; River St.; Hydorn’s Addition; Store; Flouring Mill; Blacksmith Shop; Commercial St.; Depot Elevator; Beckets Div of Valley Centre; Hotel; Water St.; Section 26; J. H. Beckett; South Third St.; S 1 E; Wm. Jones; W. Gray; F. Reynolds; L. F. VanCamp; Andrew Moore; Wm. M. Reddicliffe; W. H. Reddicliffe; Blk. Shop; Hotel; Store; Speaker P. O.; Store; J. Kettlewell; J. Murphy; Town Hall; Wm. H. Reddicliffe Note: Town 9 N. Range 15 E.; Town 14 N. Range 14 E.; Town 9 N. Range 13 E.

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Page  103 GOVERNMENT LANDS-HOW THEY CAN BE OBTAINED. Of agricultural public lands there are two classes-the one class at $.25 per acre, which is designated as minlinu.m, and the other at $2.50 per acre, or double minimum. The latter class consists of tracts embraced within the alternate sections of land reserved to the United States in the Acts of Congress making grants within prescribed limits of the lines of railroads, or other works of internal improvements, to aid in the construction thereof, such reserved sections being doub!ed in price. Congress passed an act, approved June 15, 188o, the third section of which reduces to $1.25 per acre any such lands, then subject to entry (meaning in this connection ordinary cash entry of offered lands), which were put in market at the enhanced price prior to the 1st of January, 1861. Title may be acquired by purchase at public sale, or by ordinary " private entry," and by virtue of the pre-emption, homestead, timber culture, and other laws. BY PURCHASE AT PUBLIC SALE. This maybe done where lands are "offered" at public auction to the highest bidder, either pursuant to proclamation by the President, or public notice given in accordance with directions from the General Land Office. BY " PRIVATE ENTRY," OR LOCATION. The lands liable to disposal in this manner are those which have been offered at public sale, which were then not sold, and which have not since been reserved or otherwise withdrawn from market. The applicant will first present a written application to the Register for the district in which the land desired is situated, describing the tract he wishes to purchase, giving its area. Thereupon the Register, if the tract is vacant, will so certify to the Receiver, stating the price, and the applicant must then pay the amount of the purchase-money. The Receiver will then issue his receipt for the money paid, in duplicate, giving to the purchaser a duplicate receipt. The Register will then issue his certificate of purchase. At the close of the month the Register and Receiver will make returns of the sale to the General Land Office, from which, when the proceedings are found regular, a patent or complete title will be issued, and on surrender of the duplicate receipt such patent will be delivered, at the option of the patentee, either by the Commissioner at Washington or by the Register at the District Land Office. These lands can also be located with land warrants issued under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1855, and previous acts, giving public land as a bounty for military services rendered prior to the passage of the acts in former wars of the republic. The bounties given by law for military services in the late civil war were not given in land, but in money. Agricultural College scrip and land warrants can be used in locating lands at "private entry," but when so used are only applicable to lands not mineral, -which may be subject to private entry at $1.25 per acre, and are restricted to a technical " quartersection "-that is, land embraced by the quarter-section lines indicated on the official plats of survey; or they may be located on a part of a quarter-section, where such part is taken as in full for a quarter; but they cannot be applied to different subdivisions to make an area equivalent to a quarter-section. The manner of proceeding to acquire title with Agricultural College scrip is the same as in cash and warrant cases, the fees to be paid being the same as on warrants. The location of this scrip at private entry is restricted to three sections in each townsljp of land, and one million acres in any one State. It can also be used in payment of pre-emption claims in the same manner and under the same rules and regulations as govern the application to pre-emptions of military land warrants; this, too, without regard to the quantity located in a township or State. In payment for homesteads commuted under Section 2301 of the Revised Statutes, this scrip is also available. The fees required to be paid to both the Register and Receiver of the land district when lands are located with land warrants is fifty cents to each for the first forty acres and fifty cents each additional for each twenty acres added. CIRCULAR INSTRUCTIONS TO REGISTERS AND RECEIVERS. RESIDENCE OF APPLICANT. I. The applicant must in every case. state in his application his place of actual residence, and the post-office address to which notices of contest or other proceedings relative to his entry shall be sent. SECOND FILINGS AND ENTRIES. 2. A party making a legal filing or entry under any one of the foregoing acts exhausts his right under that act and cannot thereafter make another filing or entry under said act. ALTERATIONS IN APPLICATIONS. 3. Applications to amend filings or entries should be filed with the Register and Receiver and be by them transmitted for the consideration of this office. Registers and Receivers will not change an entry or filing so as to describe another tract or change a date after the same has been recorded. RELINQUISHMENTS. 4. Entries and filings made for the purpose of holding the land for speculation and the sale of relinquishments are illegal and fraudulent, and every effort in the power of the Government will be exerted to prevent such frauds and to detect and punish the perpetrators. 5. The first section of the Act of May 14, 1880, provides that when a pre-emption, homestead, or timber-culture claimant shall file a written relinquishment of his claim in the Land Office, the land covered by such claim shall be held as open to settlement and entry without further action on the part of the Commissioner of the General Land Office. 6. This act refers to bona fide relinquishments of bona fide entries. An entry fraudulent in its inception is not an entry capable of being relinquished. It is an entry to be canceled upon a proper showing of the facts and circumstances of the case, whereupon the land will become subject to proper entry by the first legal applicant. 7. Purchasers of relinquishments of fraudulent filings or entries should understand that they purchase at their own risk, so far as the United States is concerned, and must seek their own remedies under local laws against those who, by imposing such relinquishments upon them, have obtained their money without valuable consideration. SETTLERS ON UNSURVEYED LANDS. 8. Homestead and pre-emption settlers on unsurveyed lands are allowed three months after the filing of the township plat of survey within which to put their claims on record. Accordingly no party will be permitted to make final proof in any case until after the expiration of said three months. THE HOMESTEAD LAWS. 9. Homestead entries can be made for not more than one quarter-section, or 16o acres of land. io. The Land Office fees and commissions,.payable when, application is made, are as follows "In Alabama, Arkankas, Dakota, Florida, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri and NebraskaLand at $2.50 per acre. F o r 16o acres.................................................................................. $ 18 00 For 80 acres............................................................. 9 co For 40 o acres...................................................................... 7 0oo Land at $1.25 per acre. For 160 acres..................................................................... $14 0oo For Soacres................................................. 7 co For 40 acres................................ 6 oo In Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, Washington and WyomingLand at $2.50 per acre. F or 160 acres................................................................................. $22 00oo F or 80 acres............................................................................... co For 40 acres..................................................... 8 oo Land at $1.25 per acre. For 160 acres..................................$16 00 For So acres........................................................... 8 00 For 40 acres..................................................... 6 o II. When a person desires to enter a tract of land upon which he has not established a residence and made bnprovements, he must appear personally at the District Land Office and present his application, and must make the required affidavits before the Register and Receiver. 12. He must then establish his actual residence (in a house) upon the land within six months from date of entry, and must reside upon the land continuously for the period prescribed by law. 13. In the case of a single person, the actual residence must be established within the same time, and must be continuously and actually maintained for the same period. 14. The homestead affidavit can be made before the clerk of the county court only in cases where fhe family of the applicant, or some member thereof, is actually residing on the land which he desires to enter, and on which he has made bonafide improvement and settlement, and when he is prevented by reason of distance, bodily infirmity, or other good cause, from personal attendance at the District Land Office. "15. In such cases the applicant must state in a supplemental affidavit the facts of such settlement, improvement and residence; what acts of settlement have been performed, and when made; the nature, extent and value of improvements; what member or members of his family are residing on the land, and the length of time such residence has been maintained, and the cause, specifically, why the applicant cannot appear at the local office. 16. A false oath taken before a clerk of a court is perjury, the same as if taken before the Register or Receiver. 17. The period of actual inhabitancy, improvement and cultivation required under the homestead law is five years. 18. In case of the death of the homestead party, before making final proof, the widow succeeds to the homestead right. 19. In case of the death of both father and mother, the right and fee inure to the minor children, if any. 20. A homestead right cannot be devised away from the widow or minor children. 99

Page  104 Now" GOVERNMENT LANDS-CONTINUED. SOLDIERS HOMESTEADS. 21. A Union soldier or sailor of the late war is entitled to a deduction from the five years of the length of time (not exceeding four years) of his military service. But the soldier (or his widow, as the case may be) must actually reside on the land at least one year before final proof can be made. 22. In case of the death of the soldier, and the death or remarriage of the widow, the minor children of the soldier, by a duly appointed guardian, are entitled to the privileges of the father. 23. Neither the guardian nor the minor children are required to reside upon the land, but the same must be cultivated and improved for the period of time during which the father would have been required to reside upon the tract. 24. The soldier may file a declaratory statement for a tract of land which he intends to enter under the homestead laws. The fee is $2, except in the Pacific States and Territories, where the fee is $3. 25. This statement may be filed either personally or by an agent, and the soldier is thereafter allowed six months within which to make his entry and commence his settlement and improvement. 26. The entry can be made only by the soldier in person at the Local Land Office, and he must commence his settlement on the land within six months after the filing, and must continue to reside on the land and cultivate it for such period as, added to his military service, will make five years. But he must actually reside upon the land at least one year, whatever may have been the period of his military service. 27. Entries cannot be made for a soldier by an agent or attorney. 28. After a declaratory statement has once been filed, whether by an agent or otherwise, the soldier cannot file again. His rights are exhausted by the first filing, and if he does not, within six months, make his personal entry at the Land Office and commence his settlement as required by law, he obtains no right to the land. 29. A soldier's homestead declaratory statement for a tract of land does not prevent anybody else from making an entry of the same land, subject to such right as the soldier may acquire by virtue of actual residence on the land and full compliance with law. If the soldier does not establish his residence on the tract as required, the next comer may take the land. 30. Soldiers are not entitled to land, nor to bounty land warrants, for their military service in the late war, nor can title to land be obtained for them by agents or attorneys. All representations to the contrary are false, and soldiers and sailors are warned against imposition by parties who offer to locate land for them, or to sell their rights. FINAL PROOF. 31. A settler desiring to make final proof must file with the Register of the proper Land Office a written notice, in the prescribed form, of his intention to do so, which notice will be published by the Register in a newspaper to be by him designated as nearest the land, once a week for six weeks, at the applicant's expense. 32. Applicants should commence to make their proofs in sufficient time so that the same may be completed and filed in the local office within the statutory period of seven years from date of entry. 33. The final affidavits and proof should be made before the Register or Receiver, but may be made before the judge, or, in his absence, before the clerk, or a court of record in the county and State, district or Territory, in which the land is situated. If in an uhorganized county the proof may be made in a similar manner in any adjacent county in the same State or Territory. 34. When proof is made before the county officers mentioned, the same must be transmitted by the judge or clerk of the court to the Register and Receiver, together with the same fees and commissions that the land officers would have been entitled to receive if the proof had been made before them and the testimony reduced to writing by them. 35. The Land Office commissions, payable at time of making final proof, are as follows:In Alabama, Arkansas, Dakota, Florida, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri and Nebraska:Land at $2.5o0 per acre. For I6o acres....................................................................................... $8.oo F o r 8o acres.........-........................... 4.0 0 For 4o acres..................................................................00 Land at $..25 per acre. For 160 acres............................................................................... $400 For 80 acres....................................................... 2.00 For 40 acres............................................................................ 1.00 In Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, Washington and Wyoming:Land at $2.5o0 per acre. For 160 acres.........................................$12.00 For 80 acres................................................................. 6.oo For 40 acres........................................................................ 3.00 Land at $1.25 per acre. For I6o acres............................................................................. $6.oo00 F or 80 acres........................................................................................ 3.00 For 40 acres........................................9. *s * o 6 0......... 1.50 36. The fees for reducing testimony to writing in making final proof are, in the former States, 15 cents, and in the latter States and Territories, 22Y2 cents for each 100 words. No other Land Office fees than those stated in this circular are payable or allowable in homestead cases. COMMUTED HOMESTEADS. 37. Homestead entries can be commuted to cash only after actual inhabitancy of the land by the homestead party, and his improvement and cultivation of it of for a period of not less than six months. 38. A person who commutes a homestead entry cannot move from the tract and settle upon other public land in the same State or Territory as a pre-emptor. 39. Proof of settlement and cultivation for the prescribed period is to be made in the same manner as in pre-emption cases. 40. A person commuting a homestead entry when he has not actually resided upon the land and improved and cultivated it as required by law, forfeits all right to the land and to the pznrchase-money paid, and in addition thereto renders himself liable to criminal prosecution. THE PRE-EMPTION LAW. 41. The qualifications required of a pre-emptor are that he (or she) shall be a citizen of the United States (or have declared an intention to become such); over 21 years of age or the head of a family; an actual inhabitant of the tract claimed; and not be the proprietor of 320 acres of land in any State or Territory., 42. A person who has removed from land of his own to reside on public land in the same State or Territory, or who has previously exercised his pre-emption right, is not a qualified pre-emptor. 43. Lands included in any reservation, or within the limits of an incorporated town, or selected as the site of a city or town, or actually settled and occupied for purposes of trade and business and not for agriculture, or on which there are any known salines or minerals, are not subject to pre-emption. 44. If the land is surveyed, but has not been "offered," the declaratory statement must be filed within three months from date of settlement. If upon " offered " land, the filing must be made within thirty days. 45. If the land is unsurveyed at the time of settlement, the declaratory statement must be filed within three months after the date of filing the township plat in the local office. 46. Failure to file a declaratory statement within the time prescribed makes the land liable to the claim of an adverse settler who does file notice of his intention at the proper time. 47. The Land Office fee for filing a declaratory statement is $2, except in the Pacific States and Territories, where the fee is $3. 48. A pre-emption filing can be made only by an actual settler on the land. A filing without settlement is illegal, and no rights are acquired thereby. 49. The existence of a pre-emption filing on a tract of land does not prevent another filing to be made of the same land, subject to any valid rights acquired by virtue of the former filing and actual settlement, if any. 50. On offered lands proof and payment must be made within twelve months from date of settlement. 5 i. If the land is uzoffered, proof and payments may be made within thirty-three months from date of settlement. 52. A failure to make proof and payment as prescribed by law, renders the land subject to appropriation by the first legal applicant. 53. The requirements of actual inhabitancy and improvement must be observed as strictly under the Pre-emption Law as under the Homestead Law. 54. Failure to inhabit and improve the land in good faith, as required by law, renders the claim subject to contest and the entry to investigation and cancellation. 55. Final proof in pre-emption cases must be made to the satisfaction of the' Register and Receiver, whose decision, as in other cases, is subject to examination and review by this office. 56. Publication of notice to make proof is required as in homestead cases. 57. The final affidavit must be made before the Register or Receiver, or before the clerk of a court of record in the county and State or Territory where the land is situated. If in an unorganized county, the proof may be made in a similar manner in any adjacent county in the same State or Territory. / 58. The pre-emptor is required to make ý)ath that he has not previously exercised his pre-emption right; that he is not the omwner of 320 acres of land; that he has not settled upon and improved the land to ~/ell the same on speculation, but in good faith to appropriate it to his own exclusive /use; that he has not made any contract or agreement, directly or indirectly, in any way or manner, with any person whomsoever, by which the title he may acquire from the United States shall inure in whole or in part to the benefit of any person except himself. 59. Any person swearing falsely forfeits all right to the land and to the purchasemoney paid, besides being liable to prosecution under the criminal laws of the United States. THE TIMBER CULTURE ACT. 6o. A timber culture applicant is required to make oath that his entry is made for the cultivation of timber and for his own exclusive use and benefit; that he makes the application in good faith and not for the purpose of speculation, nor directly or indirectly for the use or benefit of any other person or persons whomsoever; and that he intends to. hold and cultivate the land and to wholly comply with the provisions of the act. / 61. Claimants under che timber culture act will be held to a strict compliance with the terms and conditions of/the law. ~.,..)f 100 /

Page  105 I GOVERNMENT LANDIS-CONTINUED. 62. Not more than one-quarter of any section can be entered under this act. 63. Where 16o acres are taken, at least five acres must be plowed within one year from date of entry. The following, or second year, said five acres must be actually cultivated to crop or otherwise, and another five acres must be plowed. The third year the first five acres must be planted to trees, tree seeds or cuttings, and the second five acres actually cultivated to crop or otherwise. The fourth year the second five acres must be planted to trees, tree seeds or cuttings, making, at the end of the fourth year, ten acres thus planted to trees. 64. Perfect good faith must at all times be shown by claimants. Trees must not only be planted, but they must be protected and cultivated in such manner as to promote their growth. 65. Final proof may be made at the expiration of eight years from date of entry. It must be shown that for the said eight years the trees have been planted, protected and cultivated as aforesaid; that not less than 2,700 trees were planted on each of the ten acres, and that at the time of making proof there are growing at least six hundred and seventy-five (675) living trees to each acre. 66. Where less than one-quarter section of land is entered, the same proportionate amount of plowing, planting and cultivation of trees must be done as required in entries of i6o acres. 67. If the trees, seeds or cuttings are destroyed in any one year they must be replanted. A party will not be released from a continued attempt to promote the actual growth of timber or forest trees. A failure in this respect will subject the entry to cancellation. "68. Only an applicant for the land under the timber culture or homestead laws can institute a contest under the third section of the Act of 1878. 69. Contestants have a preference right of thirty days after cancellation in which to make entry of the land. 70. The Government will at any period, upon proper application to contest, or upon its own information, investigate alleged fraudulent or illegal timber culture entries, or alleged failure to comply with the law after entry, and such entries will be cancelled upon sufficient proof either of illegality or failure to comply with the law. 71. The Land Office fee for an entry of more than eighty acres is $14; for eighty acres or less, $9. CAUTION TO APPLICANTS. Persons making filings or entries under the homestead, pre-emption or timber culture acts, are cautioned that the laws authorize entries to be made only for the use and benefit of the party making the same, and that entries or filings are not allowed by law to be made for the benefit of others nor for speculation, but all entries must be made in good faith and the requirements of law must be honestly and faithfully complied with. REVISED STATUTES OF THE UNITED STATES. SEC. 2246. The Register or Receiver is authorized, and it shall be their duty to administer any oath required by law or the instructions of the General Land Office, in connection with the entry or purchase of any tract of the public lands; but he shall not charge or receive, directly or indirectly, any compensation for administering such oath. SEC. 5392. Every person who, having taken an oath before a competent tribunal, officer or person in any case in which a law of the United States authorizes an oath to be administered, that he will testify, declare, depose or certify truly, or that any written testimony, declaration, deposition or certificate by him subscribed is true, willfully and contrary to such oath states or subscribes any material matter which he does not believe to be true, is guilty of perjury, and shall be punished by a fine of not more than two thousand dollars, and by imprisonment at hard labor not more than five years; and shall, moreover, thereafter be incapable of giving testimony in any court of the United States until such time as the judgment against him is reversed. SEC. 5393. Every person who procures another to commit any perjury is guilty of subornation of perjury, and punishable as in the preceding section prescribed. SEC. 5540. If two or more persons conspire either to commit any offense against' the United States, or to defraud the United States in any manner or for any purpose, and one or more of such parties do any act to effect the object of the conspiracy, all the parties to such conspiracy shall be liable to a penalty of not less than one thousand dollars and not more than ten thousand dollars, and to imprisonment not more than two years. SEC. 5479. If any person shall falsely make, alter, forge or counterfeit, or cause or procure to be falsely made, altered, forged, or counterfeited, or willingly aid or assist in the false making, altering, forging or counterfeiting, any bond, bid, proposal, guarantee, security, official bond, public record, affidavit or other writing for the purpose of defrauding the United States:,, or shall utter or publish as true, or cause to be uttered or published as true, any such false, forged, altered or counterfeited bond, bid, proposal, guarantee, security, official bond, public record, affidavit or other writing for the purpose of defrauding the United States, knowing the same to be false, forged, altered or counterfeited, or shall -transmit to, or present at, or cause or procure to be transmitted to, or presented at, the office of any officer of the United States, any such false, forged, altered or counterfeit bond, bid, proposal, guarantee, security, official bond, public record, affidavit or other writing, knowing the same to be false, forged, altered or counterfeited for the purpose of defrauding the United States, shall be punishable by a fine of not more than one thousand dollars, or by imprisonment at hard labor for not more than ten years, o0I by both such punishments. ALABAMA. Huntsville. Montgomery. ARKANSAS. Little Rock. Camden. Harrison. Dardanelle. ARIZONA TER. Prescott. Tucson. CALIFORNIA. San Francisco. Marysville. Humboldt. Stockton. Visalia. Sacramento. Los Angeles. Shasta. Susanville. Bodie. COLORADO. Denver City. Leadville. Central City. Pueblo. Del Norte. Lake City. Gunnison. Durango. Glenwood Springs. DAKOTA TER. Mitchell. Devils' Lake. DAKOTA TER.-Continued. Watertown. Fargo. Yankton. Bismarck. Deadwood. Aberdeen. Grand Forks. Huron. FLORIDA. Gainesville. IDAHO TER. Boise City. Lewiston. Oxford. Hailey. Cceur d'Alene. IOWA. Des Moines. KANSAS. Topeka. Salina. Independence. Wichita. Kirwin. Concordia. Lamrned. Wa-Keeny. Oberlin. Garden City. LOUISIANA. New Orleans. Natchitoches. MICHIGAN. Detroit. Grayling. MICHIGAN.-Continued. Reed City. Marquette. MINNESOTA. Taylor's Falls. Saint Cloud. Duluth. Fergus Falls. Worthington. Tracy. Benson. Crookton. Redwood Falls. MISSISSIPPI. Jackson. MISSOURI. Boonville. Ironton. Springfield. MONTANA. Miles City. Helena. Bozeman. NEBRASKA. Neligh. Beatrice. Lincoln. Niobrara. Grand Island. North Platte. Bloomington. Valentine. McCook. NEVADA. Carson City. Eureka. NEW MEXICO TER. Santa Fe. Las Cruces. OREGON. Oregon City. Roseburg. Le Grand. Lakeview. The Dalles. UTAH TER. Salt Lake City. WASHINGTON. Olympia. Vancouver. Walla Walla. Colfax. Yakima. WISCONSIN. Menasha. Falls of St. Croix. Wausau. La Crosse. Bayfield. Eau Claire. WYOMING TER. Cheyenne. Evanston. Alaska. Sitka. NOTE.-By Act of July 31, 1876, the Land Offices in Ohio, Indiana and Illinois were abolished; and by Act of March 3, 1877, the vacant tracts of public land in Ohio, Indiana and Illinois are made subject to entry and location at the General Land Office, Washington, D. C. (See Regulations, on page 24.) 101

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Page  107 PATRONS' DIRECTORY. GREENLEAF TOWNSHIP. Name. Section. Occupation. Post Office. Nativity. Set. in Co. James McNeal........... 6......Mer.,Town Clk. and P. M..Greenleaf.....Canada......... 1882 Albert Wickware....... 34...... P. M. and Justice of Peace..Wickware............... 1882 W. Weydemeyer........34......Merchant....a$...................America......1891 Stewart Nicol...........36......36. Farmer and Supervisor.........Scotland........86o Thomas Nicol........... 35...... Farmer, Co. Drain Corn... "...... "......1869 John McCallum......... 6...... General Blacksmith........ Greenleaf...... Canada.........188o James A. Greenleaf.....24..... Frm., and Stock Breeder..Cumber........America....... 1863 George Kivel......................Merchant and P. M......... Holbrook.....Canada.......1871 Daniel Sommerville.... 12......Frm., and Stock Breeder.. ".....Scotland..... 186o John Shewfelt.......F......13.....Farmer................America....... 1879 B. C. Birdsall............ 13......Farmer....................... ( o......1885 John T. Jones.............22...... Frm., and Stock Breeder..Cass City.............I1876 Henry Kivel...........21......Farmer.. "........... ".......1870 Spencer Gale...........27.....Farmer, School Director..Wickware...... England....... 1881 H. M. Sansburn........27......Frm., and Stock Breeder.. "i......Canada......... 1871 Robert N. Charlton...34......Frm., and Stock Breeder.. it"...............188o School District, No. 3........Spencer Gale, Director......................................... School District, No. I......... Thomas Nixon, Director................................. School District, No. 4.........B. C. Birdsall, Director......................... Ida & Jennie Burt......35......3 Teachers.....................W ickware.............................. Sidney Davis,...........28......Farmer................... "......A merica.......1865 John Waldon............33......Farmer and Apiarist.....Cass City...... Ireland......... 1866 Edward Hartwick......33......Farmer............................Canada..1...... 871 T. Allen Barnes..21.F............ 2...................America....... 1872 Hugh McColl............ 9......Frm., and Highway Comn.. "......Scotland...... 188 Alex. McLellan.......... 5......Frm., Ex-Townp. Treas.. Greenleaf...... Canada.........188o Archie Gillies............ 4..... Farmer...........................Born in Co..... John Tanner........i.....I1....Farmer and Carpenter..... Holbrook..... England....... 1882 Andrew Wilson......... 16......Farmer.......................Cass City...... Scotland......1861 W. J. M. Jones.......... 29..... Frm.,and JusticeofPeace.. "......America....... 1870 D. L. Gilbert............ 15......Frm., and Stock Breeder.. "t...... ".......1884 Samuel Leepla......... 18......Frm., and Stock Breeder.. "......England....... 1870 James Watson.........35......Frm., and Stock Breeder..Wickware......Scotland......1863 T. D. Barnes.............15.....Farmer........................Cass City...... America...... 1872 Andrew J. Seeger......8iS.......Frm., and Stock Breeder.. (...... "......I1886 Alex. Cleland............14......Farmer, Township Treas..Holbrook.... Scotland......1858 AUSTIN TOWNSHIP. Name. Section. Occupation. Post Office. Nativity. Set. in Co. A. C. Graham.................... Gen. Mer.and Supervisor..Freiburgers'...Scotland....... 1881 Alex. McDonald.......Vill.....Merchant............. Tyre..................1881 0. E. Kewley............ ".....Druggist...................... ".America........ 1886 Alfred Gunning......... ".....Farmer and Hotel-keeper.. ".............England.......1868 M rs. A. O'Sullivan..........M erchant..................... ".............Canada......... 1869 Jas. Watson.............. "..'...Grain Dealer, Prop. Elev.. ".............America........ 1874 S. E. Hooper, M. D.... ".....Physician and Surgeon............Canada..........1I889 John W. Hunt........... 22...... 22 Farmer and Carpenter...Freiburgers'... "......1859 Michael O'Shea.........26......Farmer and Carpenter..... "....Irish Canad... 1859 Alex. Soule........... 13......Farmer......................Tyre.......... America....1857 Joseph Peter........... 27.....Frm., Biksm., Wagnmkr..Freiburgers'...Canada........ 1860 J. A. Graham...........Vill....Merchant............ Cumber........ "......... 886 Joseph Brown...........30......Farmer and Stk. Breeder.. "........America........ 1859 School District, No. I...........John W. Hunt, Director.......................... T. M. Bradshaw.........20...... Frm. and Just. of Peace...Cumber........Canada......... I866 William Robinson.....31...... Farmer....................... "........Born in Co.......... William Hubel........ 14......Farm. and Town. Treas...Tyre.Canada.......C. 1863 MINDEN CITY AND MINDEN TOWNSHIP. Name. Section. Occupation. Post Office. Nativity. Set. in Co. Joseph Morris......City....Mfr. of Furniture........... Minden City..Born in Co.......... F. E. Burbanks.......... "...Real Est. and Insurance... "..America...... 1878 C. L. Messmore.......... "...Banker........................ ".... 1875 Charles A. Bacon....... "....Editor Minden Het aid..... "...... School District, N o. 2........................................................go....... W. H. Leavenworth.....City.... Prop. Woolen Mill.........Minden City................ A. Mooney.............. "...Prop. Mooney House............ a00001 William Hall............ 30....... 30 Frm. and Stock Breeder...Freiburgers'...Canada........1i868 Joseph Freiburger...... 3o......Frm., Stone Mason, Carp.. "... "......1874 Nicholas Freiburger... 19.....Farmer....................... t....1874 Peter Sparling........... 6,......Farmer........................Tyre........America....... 1868 W. A. Mills...............City.....Attorney-at-Law............Minden City..Canada........1865 F. 0. Hetfield...............General Merchant.......... "t..America......1869 F. E. Durning.......... "...Attorney....................... "........1890 Thos. Canham........... "....General Merchant...............England..00...... Jas. McCafferty.........Vill....Gen. Mer. and Supervisor..Palms.........Canada........ 1870 C. H. McGinley........ "....Attorney and State Sen...Minden City..America...... i875 Philip Harrison......... "....Veterinary Surgeon........ "..Canada........1893 John Brady..............24......Farm er.......................,, T. F. O'Rourke........ 14...... Farmer........................ E. Proctor.................V ill...Farmer,..... D. M urdock............. 12......Farmer........................ DELAWARE TOWNSHIP AND VILLAGES OF FORESTVILLE AND CHARLESTON. Name. Section. Occupation. Post Office. Nativity. Set. in Co. Charles Engel........... I......Farmer and Supervisor...Forestville..... Germany...... 1879 Edward Poole...........32...... Farmer, Stock Breeder...Palms.........England......1878 T. L. Ward........... o......G. Mer., Prop. C. R. Mills.. Charleston...America...... 1882 N. C. Potts...............Vill....Merchant.................... Forestville..... Born in Co.......... Name. Section. Occupation. Post Office. Nativity. Set. in Co. Chas. E. Schrader...... 6...... Farmer, Stock Breeder...Minden City..Germany...... 1869 H. H. Harrison.........Vill....Prop. Harrison House.....Forestville.....America......1872 Henry Varty.......34......Farmer, Stock Breeder...Palms.........England...... 1856 Mrs. Olive Varty................. Farmer and Stock Raiser..Charleston... Canada........1865 Uncle Nye...............14......Farmer and Horseman.. "...England.....,1859 Adolph Riedel............ Prop.For.Ho.,Grain Deal..Forestville..... Germany......1873 Wm. McDonald........30...... Farmerand Hotel-keeper.. PalmsorUbleyCanada........1854 John Higgins............ 19...... Fmr., Lum., Stock Breed..Cedardale.....America......1864 Christ. Gerstenlauer... 14.....Farmer and Mfg. Brick...Charleston.....Germany......1878 John Moll...........Vill...Rep. 2d Dist. State Leg...Forestville..... America...... 1882 J. H. Trace............... "...General Merchant.............Canada........1869 Emil Zwicker........... 14...... General Blacksmith....... ".....Germany......1883 Emil Hintz............. Vill....Harness Maker............ (.. t 1871 Theo. Kiepert........... "...General Merchant......... t..... ".....1885 Chris. Leonhardt...... "...Agl. Implement Dealer... "....Born in Mich........ Alex. Stephens, M.D.. "...Physician and Surgeon... "... Scotland......1874 Julius H. Hintz.2......... 20...... Farmer....................... ".....Germany...... 1878 P. Abraham.............. Vill....Furniture, Undertaking... "..... i.......I876 L. H. Riedel.........".....Prop. Riedel House...... 8...........873 E. Lange.............. "...Prop. Meat Market................. Mugan & Potts......... "...Bankers....................... " aEstablished... 1894 Chas. Graves............ i i......Farmer......................Charleston.... Germany............ James Mahon..........Farmer........ 9......Farmer Minden City..America........4 Geo. M ahon............... 9.....Farm er.................................... Chas. Bruderick........ 16...... Farmer..............Charleston........................... W m. Kerbyson.........21......Farmer....................... " EVERGREEN TOWNSHIP. Name. Section. Occupation. Post Office. Nativity. Set. in Co. David McQueen3........13......Farmer.......................Argyle..........Canada.......1883 James McQueen........I i......Farmer.......................Wickware..... "....I88i1 J. B. Proctor...... 22......Farmer.......................Shabbona.....America.......1869 John Parrott............27......Prop. Saw and Feed Mill.. "....England.....1882 Geo. H. Jones...........Vill...Farmer and Postmaster... ".....America.......I88I William F. Ehlers...... Vill...Merchant.........................1890 Reuben Jeneraux.... a...Blacksmith.......................Canada.......I885 Frank Auslander...... 16......Farmer and Supervisor... ".....Germany........i88o Geo. W. Gotham'........Vill...Merchant........................America... 1869 H. Leslie & Sons......34, 35..Farmers, Stock Breeders.. ".....Canada........1882 A. Lorentzen............ 23..... Farmer, Township Clerk.......Germany............ R. Cameron........34...... Farmer "........, 34.,,, t,,,., John Haggerty... 2...... Farmer........................Wickware............................. ARGYLE TOWNSHIP. Name. Section. Occupation. Post Office. Nativity. Set. in Co. D.D.McNaughton,M.D.Vill...Physician and Surgeon...Argyle.........Born in Co......... Nicholas Vatter, Jr... "...Hotel Proprietor.....................Canada........1876 Andrew McLachlin......Merchant and Supervisor............ "........1861 Frederick Darr......... "...Blksm, Township Treas.. "......... "........ I86I Striffler Bros............ "...Merchants "........ Established... 1891 W. H. Nye.......... "...Prop.Sawand Grist Mill... "....America......i88I Albert A. Wheeler......29...... Farmer, Stock Dealer..... ".......... 8. 6.....1865 Peter Freiburger........27......Farmer, Stock Breeder... ".........Canada........1879 Ambrose Kroetsch.....27...... Farmer, Stock Breeder... "......... "........187o Fred. Kretzman........27......Farmer, Stock Breeder... ".........Germany...... 1865 Ralph Stevens........28......Farmer, Prop. Saw Mill.. "....Canada........1843 James Hutson............21....... F.........Scotland......I88O Herbert Houghton.....31......Farmer...................... ".........England......1885 S. Winderburger........28......Farmer..................... ".........Canada. 187I A ngus M cBride........35......Farmer....................... " ~........ 1878 Thomas Post............35.....Farmer "......... "........ 1864t Jacob Cramp............3......Farmer....................Urban........Germany...... 1880o Geo. E. Morley.........34......Farmer........................Argyle.........America......1887 Mathew Seder..........9.....Farmer and Thrasher..... "..........Canada........i1860 Silas Sutherland........12......Farmer............................America......1882 A Hardell..............Vill...H'dwre, Agl. Implemts.... Michigan............ WHEATLAND TOWNSHIP. Name. Section. Occupation. Post Office. Nativity. Set. in Co. David Steuart...........25....Farmer and Supervisor...Deckerville..America....1878 J. C. M erriman.........20.....Farmer..................... t.........1882 Chas. P. Merriman.....28......Frm. and School Officer.. ".. ".....1882 Michael Brady....... 4......Farmer "eo -fas..... ts S. A. Hillmnan.. 21.......Farmer....................Chevingston..America......1891i Peter Fair...............21......Gen. Merch. and P. M..... "..Canada........1890 A. W. Truesdall, M.D.2I......Physician and Surgeon............................ 1891 Joseph W. Howard... 17...... Farmer and Twp. Clerk...Chevingston..England....188o J. A. Lake..............Farmer and Twp. Treas... "..Canada. 1884 Chas. Reinelt........... 7..... Frm., Pro. Saw and P.Mill..Argyle........Bohemia......1863 Wesley Reinelt......IS..8.....Farmer and Real Estate.. "...g... ".......1863 Henry Patten............33......Frm. and Justice of Peace..Banner........America......1882 John A. Munroe........21......Farmer.................."........Scotland...... 1884 S. A. Terpenning......24......Farmer..............Deckerville..America............ R. Gough....... 2..... 24. Farmer........................ "................... H. J. Trupp................Farmer and Salesman.....Cedardale........................... B. B. Bishop............24F......FFarmer....Deckerville..America............ Township of Wheatl'd 103

Page  108 m "PATRONS' DIRECTORY-CONTINUED. MARION TOWNSHIP, DECKERVILLE AND DOWNINGTON VILLAGES. Name. Section. Occupation. Post Office. Nativity. Set. in Co. John Blower........... Vill...Gen. Mer. and Grain Dr....Deckerville...England......01875 Thomas Black.......... 21...... Farmer........... "... Canada........1882 William Nieghorn...... Vill...Marble Dealer...t........... Downington... Germany...... 1892 Pennell & Nieghorn... "....Marble Dealers*.............. "..Established,.. 1893 J. M. Pennell......... "....Dealer in Marble........... it..America...... 1882 E. W. Farley".......... S-...Banker...... d........... Deckerville... "......41878 F. S. Viets............... '...Attorney and P M..........Downington.. --......1856 W. I. Wilson..............Hardware..Canada........1879 T. E. Morden............ "...General Blacksmith.................1888 Eli Birtch............... ".... Banker and Real Estate... ".. " -........1885 A. Downing............. ".... Farmer....................... 4..America......1862 J. H. Hartshorn & Son "....Prop. Howard House...... " "......a1858 Conrad & Welch........ "...General Merchants......... "..Established... i89i J. George Totten........ q...Physician and Surgeon.... "..Canada........1873 West & Loughran...... "...General Merchants.........Deckerville... Established... 1893 Geo. W. Allen........... "...Prop. 'Sanilac Recorder.... (4... ",.. 1893 Martin Decker........... "...General Merchant.......... it...America......1868 R. E. Graham........... "....Harnessmaker.............. "...Born in Co.......... G. F. Bice.................. "...Fur. and Undertaker....... it... t......... H. F. Alderton........... "...Physician and Surgeon.... "4...America......1876 T. A. Mills............... i i...... Gen. Mer. and Farmer.....Mills....Canada........1858 M. Boughm an.......... 2...... Farm er.................... "............ "if..o... 1861 Jas. Cleland.............. 23......Farmer and Supervisor... " &.... i........1881 Forrester & Fuller.....Vill...General Merchants......... Deckerville...'Established... 1892 A. Hartshorn............ "...Prop. Union House,...... "...Born in Co.....'... George E. Paige........ i...Teacher, Agl. Imp. Dlr... Downington..Canada........ 1870 Leonhard & Duffie..... "...Druggists....................Deckerville............................ Peter Caswell............ 19...... Farmer....................... "...Canada...,.....1873 F. E. Mecham.......... Vill...Cattle Buyer.......... I..,... "...America......1881 John Southworth........ "...General Merchant.......... Downington.. "......1867 Thomas Rich............ 31...... Farmer........................Canada t..187 1 Richard Hunt........... 3...... Frm. and Money Loaner..Mills...........England...... 1859 David Peers.............. 4...... Farmer.....Canada........ 1877 J. M. Nicholson......... Vill...Proprietor Roller Mill..... Downington.. *. *.......1880 Wm. Stipe............. "...Prop. Foun. and Bksmsp.. "..America......I888 Jas. Tate...............36...... Frm. and Cattle Buyer.... "f..Canada........1859 Mrs. E. A. Abbott...... 7...... Housekeeper.................Cedardale..... " 1854 F. Grabenstine........... io....... Farmer...... Mills................. Mi.......s. L. Wright................ 3.......Farmer and Real Estate... "............................... James Cameron......... 14...... Farmer...................... "..... John '.Rosbury........... 32...... Farmer....................... Downington..America............ John Leitch..............34...... Frm., Hay and Gr. Dlr... "......................... FORESTER TOWNSHIP. Name. Section. Occupation. Post Office. Nativity. Set. in Co. W. H. Miller............ Vill.... Head Salesman:............Forester.......oAmerica...... 1873 Thos. Barr............... 6...... Farmer and Supervisor... Murray................................ W. Schell................ 20o...... Farmer, Dealer in Horses..Richm'dville............6...... Alex. Little....... 5...... Frm. and Stock Breeder...Murray................. H. Cooper............... 3 3...... Farmer........................ F'orester................................ W m. M urray..,.......... 3, 4..... Farm er "............... (............................. H. Cam pbell............. 7.......F arm er........................ "................ John M cL ean............ 18...... F arm er........................., "............................... N. Sheppard.............. 8....... F arm er........................ "<................................ W in. Garvin.............. 6...... Farmer and Postmaster... Murray................................ Sam uel C urry............ 3 1...... F arm er........................ "<................................ G eo. F riatt............... 4...... F arm er................ "................................ Jos. T are.................. 33...... F arm er........................ "................................. A. M eredith.............. 32 2...... F arm er...................... (......................... C. Chittick, Jr........... 7....F arm er........................ i h ' v le............. G eo. H ooper............. 6...... Farm er...............M ills............................ Geo. Harris.............. 7.......oFarmer........... Richm'dville........................ W m. G reen............... 18...... F arm er........................ F orester.............................. C. Goodrich.............. 4...... Farmel................. C. Hartshorn............ 5...... Farmer...."........ s....... America............ G eo. B arber............ Farm er.................................. R obt. M cM an........... 32...... F arm er................................................ B. B. Lincoln............ 9...... "-.................... R ichm ondville........................ P. B reidenbach.......... 9...... "....................... 4........................ H. Merithew........... 16...... Farmer and J. P............ "....................... D. M orrison............18...... F arm er............ "................................ R o b t. S co tt.......... e........ "............*........... " Chas. Day................ i o...... Farmer and Twp. Treas...Forester.............................. Township of Forester. LAMOTTE TOWNSHIP. Name. Section. Occupation. Post Office. Nativity. Set. in Co. James Curry............ 27......Farmer and Supervisor... Marlette...... Scotland........ 1883 Jas. Innes................. 32...... Farmer and Carpenter..... Lamotte...... Canada........ 1886 Wm. E. Coller...........12......Farmer.......................,Shabbona.....Born in Mich....... Orson Clark............32...... Farmer and Postmaster...Lamotte.....,America......1881 A. M. Hendrickson...33...... Farmer, Poultry Breeder..Marlette...... C......1i887 Robert Pidd.............27...... Farmer and Apiarist...... ".i......England......1878 Geo. W. Thom'as......s27......Farmer..................... ".....,Canada. 879 C. M. Thomas.. 28...... Farmer........................ "...... &........1879 Win. Bothwell.......... 34...... Farmer and Blacksmith... "....... ((. 1884 Duncan McPherson... 2...... Farmer, Stock Breeder...Shabbona..... " t.....1884 Peter Fox.............. 9...... Farmer, Stock Breeder...Lamotte.....America...... 1869 Charles Gooden........ 6...... Farmer, Township Clerk..Novesta...... Canada........1882 Philetus Gage........... 22...... Farmer......................Marlette.......... America......i879 Thos. Richards.......... 29...... Farmer Lamotte...... 1880 William jickling........28...... Farmer, Township Treas... Marlette...... England...... 1883 Chas. H. Shaw......... i i...... Farmer.......Shabbona...... America......1882 Robert Bedford...........32...... Farmer.......................Lamotte...... Canada..1....886 D. J. Doherty........... 34...... Farm., foreman Lum. Yd...Marlette...... ".......188! Seth Frost.............. 23...... Farmer, Stock Breeder.... Lamotte.............................. MOORE TOWNSHIP AND ELMER VILLAGE. Name. Section. Occupation. Post Office. Nativity. Set. in Co. J. Hyslop................. Vill....Atty. and Notary Public..Elmer City...Canada........1865 Jas. L. Moffatt........... "....Mgr. W. D. Ragan's store.. (...Ireland.......1879 Jas. O'Conner.......... "....Hotel-keeper................. "t...America..... 1890 Edw. M. Denton........ 9...... Farmer and Co. Clerk..... SanilacCentre Born in Mich..1881 Samuel Moore........-32......Farmer and Supervisor... Elmer City... Canada.......1874 J. S. Denton............ io0...... Farmer, Township Clerk..Urban......... Born in Mich..i88o Richard Pierson........ 4....... Farmer, Township Treas.. "................................ W illiam Blashill........ 15...... Farm er................................ Canada........ 1876 A. M. Kelly........... 34...... Farmer....................... Elmer......... America...... 1883 Alex. Clapsaddle...... 4...... Farmer, Highway Com...Urban......... America...... 1862 BRIDGEHAMPTON TOWNSHIP. Name. * Section. -Occupation. Post Office. Nativity. Set. in Co. James Lane.............. 6...... Farmer and Supervisor... Downington.......................... John Falconer........... 6...... Farm er....................... John M cGregor......... 18...... Farmer........................... Michael Kelley.......1io...... Farmer....................... Carsonville E lias E nnest............ 17...... Farm er....................... D ownington.......................... Joseph L. Nichol......17.....Farmer.......................B'dgehamp'n..Canada......... 1855 Thos. T. N ichol......... 18...... Farm er....................... " "( C...... 1855 James Innes............. 4...... Farmer, Stock Breeder...Downington..Scotland.......188o W m. Cutler.............. 5...... Farm er...................... "..Canada........1860 A ndrew Cutler......... 9...... Farm er..................1..... ".. "........1891 Sam'1 Bice, Jr........... 17.-....Farmer and Twp. Treas... "...Born in Twp.......v John Templeton........ I0o...... Farmer....................... "..Scotland......I855 Alex. McConnachie... 7.....Farmer..............".. "......1879 Conrad Smith.......... 20..... Farmer....................... B'dgehamp'n..Germany...... 1863 R. Grant 3....... Farmer.................. Carsonville...Canada........ 1869 J. A. Freel............... 4...... Farm er.......-...............D ow nington.. "............. MARLETTE VILLAGE AND TOWNSHIP. Section. Occupation. Post Office. Name. Nativity. Set. in Co. Robert Rudd.............29...... Farmer, Stock Breeder...Marlette......Ireland........1856 W. Q. Rawson......... 29...... Farmer....................... William Shier........... 5...... Farmer and Apiarist...... D. F. Hunter........... Vill...Hardware Merchant...... John Dawson........... "...Farmer....................... Sleeper & Merrill...... "...Bankers. W. J. Baker, J. L. Fitch............ 25...... Farmer and Apiarist...... I Isaac Smith............ 1-7...... Farmer, Stock Breeder... Robert Knight.........30...... Farmer, Sheep Breeder... John Kelley.............. 31...... Farmer....................... Wm. Duff............... 27.....Farmer....................... Angust Hale........... "4.-.... Farmer....................... Chas. Unsworth....,.... 6......Farmer....................... Geo. McKay............Vill...Attorney..................... 1 John McGill............ "(... Frm.and Pro.Marlette Bk.. C. L. Messer............ "...Bkr.and Cash.Marlette Bk. D. E. Hubbell......... "...Editor and Pro. Leader.. R. W..Cooley........... "... Livery...................... Morton & Barnes...... "...Hotel Proprietors........... D. S. McClure......... '!...Atty. and Probate Judge.. "W. A. White.......... "...Merchant.................... James Fisher............ a...Druggist and Twp. Clerk.. H. McCrea, M. D...... "...Physician and Surgeon... "W. B. Gleason........... "...Hotel Proprietor-............ W. T. Atkinson, M. D.. "...Physician and Surgeon... J. J. D aw son......... "i...L ivery....................... Fred. E. Burton........ "...A ttorney..................... McKay & Hunter...... t...Hardware.................... R. W illis............... "...R eal Estate.................. H. W. Bristol........... "...Mfr.Wagons,Gen. Bsmith.. Chas. W alker........... "...Jeweler....................... James W. Warner..... "...Farmer and Merchant...... A. B. Jackson........... "...Salesm an..................... W. L. Mathews........ "...Proprietor Roller Mills... F. H. Gibbs.............. "...Harnessmaker............. Chas. Hunter........... 19...... Farmer and Supervisor... V. J. Winterstein........ Vill...Insurance.................. Thos. R. Fitch......... 25...... Frm.,Sec.B.Dir.Ches.Fact./ John Donald........... Vill...Farmer and Postmaster../ J. W. Peck................ " Furniture and Undertkr.,. John N icolson........... 16...... Farm er....................' Geo. Simenton, M..D..Vill...Physician and Surgeon... Wm. Cameron.......... "...Justice of Peace and Ins... J. W. Cawood......... Farmer and Carpenter..... Chas. Landon........... 14...... Farm er..................... Wm. Dawson............21.....Farmer and Drain. Com... A. W. Doan.............. Vill....Blacksmith.................. Robert W. Fitch........ 36...... Farmer and Twp. Treas... R obert D ale.......... 33...... Farm er....................... Wm. N. Rogers......... Vill...Farmer and Well Digger.. James Rogers..........., "...Carpenter and Contractor.. Thos. Walker........... 2.......Farmer and Surveyor..... W m. D ale................ 35...... Farm er....................... A. W. Redmond........34...... Farmer and Stock Raiser.. John Garber, Jr......... 12...... Farm er......................C Fred. Garber............ 12...... Frm. and Prop. Saw Mill.. Berthold Bopp.. 12.......Frm. aqd Stock Breeder.. John Schneider........ 413...... Frm. a id Stock Breeder.. Geo. Schneider......... 13...... Blacks/nith.................. Geo. Seifferlein......... 2...... Farme/r and Carpenter..... Theo. HurdI2............ 12......Farmer and Salesman..... John and Louie Mans.. i Farmers...................... G. W. Vail.............. Vill...FiFm./and Stock Breeder.. W. A. Vail............. ((...Real/Est. and Loan Agt... / t/^ "t a......Born in M ich........ "i......Canada........188o Ss..o....,,........ 1889 "cc 4......England......1877 Cashier....... Established,... 1894 darlette...... America...... 1874 "4...... Canada.............. it,0.... ~ S cotland ~6,,..t o,a1 6 "(...... Canada........ 1886 " "...... Scotland...... 1866 "1.......America......1875 "(......,Born in Co......... "t......,Canada........ 1888 ""......Canada........ 1881 ".......America........ 1882 "......,Canada........1876 "l ".I (......1885 no. **~9.wo-. o 18 8 "...... "....... 1859 "i...... England......1882 "C......,America......1881 "i......Canada........1870 "(.......Born in Mich 1884...... 1886 "It...... Canada........1878......Born in Mich,,......,, 1889 i...... Canada........1877 "......Born in Co "......Scotland......1860 "......Canada........1888 " g.......Scotland....... 1878 "...... Canada......... 1892 "4C......Scotland.....I858 "it......Born in Co.......... "......Canada........ 1856 "<......,,England......1879 ".......Canada........1888 "i......America......1874 "......,Born in Co.......... ",......America......1871 " ".g.....Born in Mich..1871 "...Canada........ 855 " "...... " ~........ 1855 "".. "......... 1I882 j;ermania..... Switzerland... 1873,,......,,...i1873 " "...... Canada........ 1869 " "...... America...... 1888 "...... "(...... 1882 ""...... Born in Mich..I882 "...... Born in Co.......... " "...... Canada........ 1873,,......,,......... 1873 "....... "(.. 1888 104 /

Page  109 IL PATRONS' DIRECTORY-CONTINUED. Name Section. Occupation. Post Office. Nativity. Set. in Co. C. L. Lippert...........Vill.....Merchant Tailor,........... Germania..... Canada.......... 1889 Geo. Wever............... "..Phy., Surgeon and Drug.. "............1869 C. W. Arthur........... 22.......Surveyor and Civil Engr.. "..........1887 D. H. Dorman & Son..Vill...Props. Woolen Mills...... "...... 1........1890 ELMER TOWNSHIP. Name. Section. Occupation, Post Office. Nativity. Set. in Co. 0. F. Teeple............ 13...... Farmer and Supervisor...SanilacCentre Canada.......1878 Hugh S. Freel...........i12......Farmer....................... ".........1882 Peter Juhl..............21.......Farmer, Twp. Clerk.........Juhl.........Germany...... 1883 John Banks....................... Genl. Merchantand P. M. Elmer City...Canada........1868 N. M. Smith............21...Genl. Merchant and P. M. Juhl........."Michigan............ D. D unlap............... I6...... General Farm er............................................... M. Harrison..............4......General Farmer............Elmer City... Michigan,........... H. Genschow.........6...... General Farmer............... "............ C. Genschow..........6...... General Farmer............ "............... Geo. Groh........... 1.....General Farmer............... Fred. Green..............25...... General Farmer.............SanilacCentre i............ Ewd. Hilburn........... 5...... General Farmer............Elmer................................. W. Hyslop.........i...... i.... General Farmer............SanilacCentre.............. Geo. H. Green.........23......General Farmer....................... John Foster................26...... General Farmer... t SANILAC CENTRE, WATERTOWN AND CUSTER TOWNSHIPS. Name. Section. Occupation. Post Office. Nativity. Set. in Co. Samuel K. Smith......Vill...County Treasurer...........SanilacCentre America......1883 George E. English..... "...Prop. San. Co. Repzublican.......................... The Sandusky Bank.. "...Jas. McCaren, Cashier..... William Dawson........ "...Abstracter, Atty. at Law.. " Canada........ Fred. J. Benedict........ "...Ab.,R'd.D'ds,'85-'92,R.E.. " Born in Co........ Hugh McKenzie............General Merchant......... " A. W. O'Keefe...................................0*9t H. 0. Babcock............Attorney.................. " Canada.............. Geo. S. Tweedie, M.D... "...Physician and Surgeon................. William Roberts........ "...Hotel Proprietor............ " Gus. Wendt............."...Furniture, Undertaking... " Germany............ James McLaughlin..... "...Register of Deeds......... " Canada........ 1882 Robert Redpath........ 23......Farmer.............................1884 Henry Hickson......... 33......Farmer.................... " England i.... 1880 Sanilac County..................By Order Board Supervisors................... C. W. Lindke.........Vi... Vill. Merchant...............Cash...........America............ Christopher Murphy... 16...... Farmer..............SanilacCentre England.....1886 John Donaldson........ 8......Farmer................... Canada........ 1869 D. P. Morse..............18......Farmer...................... " Born in Mich 1879 George Morris.........33......Farmer and Supervisor... " Canada........ 1867 C. A. Hagle 3..... 5......Auctioneer, Postmaster... Cash. "........1855 A. S. Parks 3..............34......Frm. and Stock Breeder.. "........... "........I1882 Peter McDonald........Vill....Proprietor Hotel...........SanilacCentre "........I86o J. C. Alexander......... "...Sheriff of Co......................... 1882 W. H. Epplett......... "...Mfg., Bee Supplies......... "........1885 J. M. Caughell........ "...Proprietor Meat Market.. " Born in Mich.. i88o F. E. Kelley............ "...Blacksmith...........Canada....... 1882 E. C. Babcock........... "...Prosecuting Attorney..... " "........1862 R. B. Elliot............. "...Hotel Proprietor............ " Scotland"......'1892 Harry Sherman......... 27......Farmer........................Cash........Born in Co.......... W. M. Schmidt.........20......Mason........................SanilacCentre Germany......1874 James Anton............ Vill.... Contractor.............. "... Scotland...... 1884 J. S. Crandell............ "...Attorney-at-Law............ " America......1886 L. H. McClean......... "...Proprietor Stage Line..... " Canada....... 1866 W. G. Young............ 28......Farmer and Mechanic..... " "........i886 Pupils Sanilac Centre School, Purchased by entertainment given by them, June 7, 1893. Charles Corbishley..... Vill....General Merchant.........SanilacCentre Canada........ 1848 Thomas Doyle & Son.. "...General Merchants.. " Established... 1888 Martin W. Moore...... "...Druggist.................... " Canada.......1838 Ed. Dawson............. "i...Abstracter.................. " Born in Mich.. i88o 0. H. Staly............... Livery.......".......... Canada.............. Village Council............Sanilac Centre................................... F. M. Dodge........Fa.......25............. Cash.........America....i189i J. Smalidon.............. 23......Farmer and Contractor... "...........Canada...... 1877 Joseph Curran...........33......33. Farmer and Drain. Com..SanilacCentre "........1883 William Richards...... 14..... Farmer.................... Downington.. "........18o80 John O'Connell.........14...Frm., Superv. Custer Tp.. ".. "........1880 William McWilliams.. 19.....Farmer..................SanilacCentre........... H. Woolman............32......Farmer, Township Treas.. " FLYNN TOWNSHIP. Name. Section. Occupation. Nativity. Post Office. Set. in Co: Rob't Flynn.......36. Farmer and Twp. Clerk...Peck.......Canada........1855 Morris Rockwell......19......Farmer..................... Marlette......America......1875 J. 0. Frasier............ 9......Farmer and Supervisor... "......Canada. 1885 Geo. Collins............ 7...... F e Frank Brown........... 8.......Farmer......................... R. J. Nichol........ 36......Farmer and Postmaster... Omard............................ Geo. Locklin............ 34......Farmer..............,, Henry Shire............35. Farmer..................................................... Thos. Collins................ Farmer....................... Marlette Wm. Hogan............ 5....Farmer............................. J. McIntyre.........12. Farmer.......... Lue.................. D. Pettit............1...F... 13 a...... Farmer...................... J. Pettit................. 13. Farmer........................................... PECK VILLAGE AND ELK TOWNSHIP. Name. Section. Occupation. Post Office. Nativity. Set. in Co. O. B. Jacobs.............Vill...Dealer Agr. Imps., Supr...Peck...........America......1871 S. J. W est..................Blacksmith, Twp. Clerk... "...........Canada........1877 Wm. Smafield..........."...Farmer, Justice Peace..... "..........England......1862 Byron Smafield......... "...Farmer, Stock Breeder... "...........Canada..... 1862 John Smafield...........31......Farmer, Stock Breeder... "...................1862 James Foster............. Vill...Druggist and Postmaster.. "...................1878 L. J. Leonhard.... "...Merchant..........Born in Co.......... R. B. Tucker............ "...Furniture, Undertaking... "..........Canada........1878 Arthur Toaland,M.D... "...Physician and Surgeon.............Scotland......I1886 F. J. Ryland..............33......Farmer......... V....................America...... i1866 G. W. McElhinney...... 4......Farmer........................Laurel.........Nova Scotia..1892 A. Eastman.............. 9...... Farmer, Stock Breeder...Peck...........Canada........1876 Julius C. Paldi.......7......Farmer, Stock Breeder... "...........America......i88o Lester J. Billings..... 5......Merchant and Farmer.....Laurel.........Canada........ 1861 John Apsey......... 16......Farmer, Stock Breeder...Peck...................I867 Maurice Cowley 12 Farmer........12......Farmer.................................. N. W. Holmes........... Vill...Hotel Proprietor............ America......1868 Jas. Gibson............."...Boots and Shoes........... Ireland.............. L. E. Cochran, M.D.... "t...Physician and Surgeon..............America............ J. L. McGrory........... 34.......Farmer...........Born in Co....... B. WV. Dutcher.........25......Teacher........................America............ M. Lester...........27. Farmer................................. "............ B. F. Phillipps........- 7...... Farmer and Blacksmith.....Laurel...................... J. F. Johnson............ 6 Farmer................................. David Welch........ 6.....Farmer............................. BUEL TOWNSHIP. Name. Section. Occupation. Post Office. Nativity. Set. in Co. Andrew Gray............ 36...... Farmer and Supervisor....Croswell......Canada......... 1861 John Lewis...............20......Farmer and Supervisor.. Buel............ England......i878 Henry Echlin........... 1i i.......Farmer, Justice of Peace..Croswell.......Canada........1883 Wm. Graves............. I......Farmer, Justice of Peace..Applegate.............1881 Charles Coleman....... 21......Farmer, Justice of Peace..Croswell......England......1882 Henry Straffon......... 32......Farmer, Justice of Peace..Buel................1876 A. B. Hall................Farmer, Justice of Peace.. "...........America......1877 Homer Hall.............. 15....Farmer and Twp. Clerk......... ".. "it......1877 E. J. Baum....................Farmer........................ Croswell...... "..... 1881 J. L. Sweet............... IO......Farmer...................Buel.............Canada........1873 A. E. Hicks........6.... 6.... Farmer..........................Croswell......America......i87o WVm. Robb............. Farmer.........................Buel............Born in Co.......... Isaac Levitts............ 16...... Farmer...........................Canada....... 1869 Wm. Jolley............. 33......Farmer, Highway Comn.... ".....America......1852 Peter Sm ithwick........ 13......Farmer.......................Croswell...... ".......1871 James A rnot............ 36...... Farmer.............................. "...... 1853 John Rea................ i...... Farmer.........................Canada........ 1879 John Cameron...........34......Farmer......................East Fremont.Scotland......1855 John Potts............... 30......Farmer........................Peck.............Canada. 1859 Wm. H. Collin,.........19......Farmer and Hay Dealer.. "... Born in Co.......... Owen Conlen...................Farmer and Hay Dealer..Applegate.....Canada......... i88o Jas. M ontgomery...... F i......PFarmer.......................Croswell......Born in Co.......... "W m. H. M ontgomery.. ri...... Farmer....................... '................ F. WV. Higgins.................Supt. Woodmere Cem......Detroit, Mich............... James W atson.. 12......Farmer.......................Croswell......Born in Co.......... CROSWELL VILLAGE, LEXINGTON VILLAGE AND LEXINGTON TOWNSHIP. Name. Section. Occupation. Post Office. Nativity. Set in Co. M. McLean............Viii...Hotel Proprietor...........Croswell......Canada........I890 Noble & Niggeman... "....Bankers..................... "......Established....... Estate of T. Moss..... "....Real Estate.................. "...... "..1859 W. H. Burgess......... "...Attorney-at-Law.................Canada........1868 Gaham & Straffon...... "....Dealers in Agricult. Imp........Established.. 890 Sidney S. Cole........."....Atty. and Real Estate...... ".....Born in Co........ Wm. Tylor".... Harnessmaker.................... Wilford Macklem...... "....Attorney-at-Law...................... Cephas W. Arnot...... "....Farmer and Real Estate... ".....Canada...... 1850o Fr. T. H. Rose....... "....Priest...........................Born in Mich........ L. H. Winters........... "....Livery..........................America...... i88o John Scott".........."....Minister of the Gospel............. England...... 1887 R. W. Van Nest............Dealer in Nursery Stock.. "......Born in Co......... John W. Dexter........ "....Salesman and Twp. Clerk.. ".....Canada........1882 Geo. Arnot............... 36...... Farmer and Stk. Breeder.. Lexington..... Born in Co......... Watson Beach............Viii....Judge 24th Jud. Circuit... ".....America......1859 Rudolph Papst......... "....Real Estate and Loans....,.".....Canada........1858 E. B. Graham.........t "....Attorney-at-Law...............Born in Co......... John W. Norman...... "....Dentist and Rep. ist Dist. ".....Canada........1867 D. Y. Decker...........22......Farmer and Supervisor... ".....Born in Co......... Philip L. Wixson......Viii....Real Estate and Farmer.. ".....Canada........1841 Geo. Merrill............. "....Farmer and Real Estate..Croswell...............1861 J. W. Galbraith....... '....Co. Surveyor and C. Eng.. "......Born in Co........ Wm. Quail............... "....Grain Deal.and P. Elevator "......Canada........1873 D. E. Wise............."....Jeweler and Stationery.........Born in Mich.1888 Geo. W. Smyth.............Real Estate........................Canada........1884 John H. Murdaugh.... "....Fire Ins., Pro. Cheese Fact. "...... "........1884 Geo. Govette............ "....M ason............................... "........ 1885 Village Council, Crosswell Village, J. W. Dexter, Clerk..................................... Gorden Jaynes......... "....Tonsorial Artist............ "...... Canada......888 Sherk Brothers......... "...:General Merchants......... Established....1882 N. P. Houghtalin...... "....Dpt. Gt. Comn. Mac. Mich.. "......America......1883 Springer & Co......... t"....General Merchants...............Established.... 1868 David Paton.........."......Merchant.....................Scotland...... i86i WVm. Humphries...........Pioprietor Planing Mill.... "......Canada........1887 F. H. Sweet................Book-keeper.......................Born in Mich..1873 S. S. Paupst............."....Merchant Tailor..................America......1887 Philip Graham.........." t...Druggist, Justice Peace.... "......Born in Co......... Lew M. Houghton........Proprietor Sanilac Jeff.....Lexington......Born in Mich..I1886 105

Page  110 PATRONS' DIRECTORY--CONTINUED. Name. Section. Occupation. Post Office. Nativity. Set. in Co, Geo. Henry.........Croswell...Proprietor Henry House..Lexington......America......1856 John Bell............. "....D ruggist...............Born in Co.......... Alex. Cruikshank.. "...Blacksmith,Dlr.Ag.Imps.. "......Canada........ 1868 J. C. Waterbury.... "... Real Estate and Loans.........America......1847 J.L. Fead........... "....Prop. Woolen Mills........ ".....Germany...... 1857 W. J. Divine............ 3......Farmer....................... "......Born in Co.......... Thos. McVeigh,........Vill....Ay.,Prop.Lex.Bch.Hotel.. ".....Born in Mich....... H. A. Komoll........."......Merchant Tailor...................Germany......1866 A. E. Divine............."....Collections a Specialty... "......Born in Co.......... W m. Grice..................M achinist.................... "......England......1852 Ira A rnot.......... 25....... 2...... Farm er............................A m erica......1851 Rice & Co.......... Vill....Hardware.....................Croswell......Established....1893 Mrs. E. S. McCredie.. "....Farming, Real Estate..... "......"Born in Co.......... W. J. Kennedy........"....Postmaster............... "......America......1881 Felix Marquette........ "....Proprietor Brickyard...... "......Canada....... 1871 L. C. Sterling........... "....Druggist.........................America......1899 Cook & Hurley......."......General Merchants........ "......"Established....1893 Chas. Hanson........... "....Prop. Croswell Bakery.... "......America............ Chas. Baker.............. 18......Farm er............................. "..... 1866 E. F. Farley............ 28......Farm er........................... "...... 188o John S. Robb............30......Farer......3Scotland......1856 Henry Niles.............. 30......Farmer.......................America.....1856 J. C. Dingman............ 9......9. Farmer........................ 1890 John M. Acheson...... 32......Farmer........................ "............186o John Odium.......... 8......Farmer......................Ireland.........1852 Malcolm Campbell.....Vill....Proprietor Foundry.............."Canada....... 1893 A. J. Howey............ "...Agent Lexington Dock... Lexington..... "....I866 Fred. Suerwier"....Farmer and Real Estate.......Germany...... 1857 John Papst..................Farmer, Village Marshal.. ".....Canada........1858 Geo. F. Carr.......... 15...... Fmr., Keep. Co. P. Farm.. "..............1876 R. D. Shenick...........Vill....Furniture, Undertaker..... ".............. 1838 "W. R. Nims.............. "...Farmer..................... " ".....America......1853 David A. West......... "...Physician and Surgeon..............869 A. M. Clark..............."...Masonic Lec. State Mich.. "..... '.....1854 Frank Willard..........."..Cashier Lexington Bank.. "...........1877 W. H. Sheldon............D. and S. Horses and Pro.. ".....Born in Co.......... A. E. Sleeper........... "...Salesman, Real Estate..... "....America......1884 A. R. Shell.............."...Lookkeeper......................Canada........ 1858 S. C. Tewsbury.................. Merchant, Real Estate...Detroit.........America............ Geo. W. Smith.........Vill....Farmer, Stock Dealer.....Lexington..... ". 1.....863 J. F. Matthews.........IO......Farmer, Stock Breeder... "... 1......1869 T. E. Cummings........ 14......Farmer, Stock Breeder.............1845 Geo. Mills............... 6......Farmer.....................Croswell......England......1885 J. C. MacLellan......... 19......Farmer....................... "......Scotland......1863 J. J. Binks..............C. V....Agt. Est. of M., M & G.........England......I1861 Julia H. Mills.............Vill....Real Estate.................. "......America.R 1866 Wildman Mills............Farmer and Real Estate.. "...........i1886 J. M. Gaige.............. "(...Real Estate.,............ "...... "......1870 Mrs.E.M.M.Anketell.. "...Real Estate................................... T. S. Kingston, M. D.. "t...Physician and Surgeon........Canada........1887 Mrs. Bernard Miller... "...Prop. Lexington Tail. Est..Lexington.... England......T85 I Miller Bros.............. "...Merchant Tailors.......... "....Born in Co. Peter McClelland....... 27......Farmer....................... "....Scotland......1884 Thos. Dunphy.......... Vill..... Veterinary Surgeon.......Croswell......Canada.......1869 J. Tait.......................Deputy Sheriff............ Lexington.... England......1871 R. M. Rice............Farmer....................... ".. America......1842 Name. Section. Occupation. Post Office, Nativity. Set. in Co. John L. Reddicliffe.....23......Frm. and Stock Drover....Speaker.. England......1 86o Elmore Putney.........10......Farmer...............................America......1867 John H. King...........Vill...Hotel Proprietor............ Melvin........Canada........1878 Elijah Woodruff........13......Farmer........................Speaker................1879 W m. M. K ipp........... 2......12. Farm er....................................... 1881 Geo. M. Cork........... 3...... Frm. and Stock Breeder... "........England......1876 Wm. Grimes.............Io......Frm. and Stock Breeder... "..............1865 Elijah Grimes.................. Frm. and Stock Breeder... "...............1865 Joseph Kerr.............. 16...... Frm. and Highway Comn.. "........Canada........1883 Charles Fletcher........i6......Frm. and Stock Breeder...Lexington.....England......1869 Wm. H. Reddicliffe....23......Farmer and Drover........Speaker........Canada........1848 Chas. A. Warwick......24...... Farmer........................Born in Mich.1879 J. L. Hilborn............ 17......Frm. and Fruit Grower....Melvin........Canada........1864 A. W. Simmons......... 17...... Frm. and Just. of Peace....."........ ".......1853 W. A. Billings........... 8...... Frm. and Stock Breeder.. "........ ".......1866 Geo. Clayton............ 2I...... Frm. and Horse Breeder.. "........ "........1855 Thos. E. Beadle......... 29...... Farmer and Carpenter..... ".................1863 John Collin..............26......Farmer and Teacher......Yale...........England......1892 Moses Hallead.........35.....Farmer.................................Canada........1859 Joseph P. Foster.........25......Frm. and Stock Breeder.. "...........England......1849 Walter F. Gray......... Vill...Dealer in Horses...........Speaker........Born in Co......... D. B. McKellar.........36.....Frm. and Stock Breeder..Yale............Canada........1879 Henry Phillips.........24......Farmer......................Roseberg........ i........1887 H. E. Summers......... Vill.. Blacksmith...................Melvin........ "1........1873 Charles Dewey..........."....General Merchant........... "........American......1863 H. J. McPhee........... "....Pro. Elevator and R. Est.. c"........Canada.............. Albert Cline............23......Farmer......................Speaker........Bdrn in Co.......... J. W. Long...............Viii....Hotel Proprietor.....................Canada........1874 E. B. Woodard......... ii......Farmer..........................American......86o P. Williamson..........Vill....General Merchant..................... Canada.............. Miss Hattie Jones...... "....Teacher...................... 9c........Born in Co......... Albert Ross.............. 23......Farmer..................... ".........Born in Twp........ James Martin........... 26...... Farmer......................... Yale......................... S. Ludington............25..'.Farmer and Apiarist................. Thos. Murray........... 29.......29. Farmer.......................Melvin........American............ J. E. King............... 35...... Farmer.............Yale............................. Geo. Tenniswood.....15...... Farmer................. Speaker................................. Wm. M. Redicliffe...... 15..... Farmer........................CC.................. Delos Zevits............22...... Farmer and Twp. Clerk... "........................... FREMONT TOWNSHIP. Name. Section. Occupation. Post Office. Nativity. Set. in Co. Wm. McIntyre..........21......Farmer and Supervisor.... Roseburg......Born in Co.......... C. E. Stevens............34......Farmer and Twp. Clerk.... ".......America......1869 Chas. Gerken............22.....Farmer........................ ".......England......1885 Moses Burns.......i...i......Fmr.,Treas. School Dist..E. Fremont....Ireland.........1854 Cora C. Todd........... 3.... Merchant, Postmistress.... "....America......1870 Robt. Gray............ 2......Farmer, Stock Breeder....Croswell.......Canada........1861 Chas. Normanda........ 30...... Farmer, Stock Breeder....Yale............ ".......1857 R. B. Moore............ 19..... Farmer, Town Treasurer..Roseburg..... ". T.......1858 George Hinkson, Jr.......Retired Farmer.................1845 Philip Dorman..........26......26. Farmer, Stock Dealer..... "....Canada........1885 George Annand......... Vill....Physician and Surgeon... Falcon......... ".............. Mrs. M. A. Annand.... "...Housewife...........................America......1873 Daniel Clark........."...Merchant....................Lexington.... ". 1.....869 H. J. Secor............... "...H otel Proprietor.....................1893 C. M. Buel............... 35......Farmer...........................Born in Co.......... George Wixson.........Vill....Photographer..............Croswell......America...... 1847 A. R. Haist............... "...Undertaker, Embalmer... "...........*1880 H. D. Franklin......... "...Prop. Franklin House........... ".......1865 A. B. Graham............ "...Druggist...........................Born in Co.......... Win. Ellis............... I......Farmer.....................Lexington....Ireland........I86o James Colbeck.......... 14...... Farmer....................... "....England...... 1858 Robert Frizzle........... 23...... Farmer........................ "....Ireland........ 185 1 Thomas Parker......... 1ii...... Farmer....................... "....England......1848 Thomas Dunsmore..... 13......Farmer, Fruit Grower..... "....Canada......1866 S. H. Matthews.........Vill.... Harnessmakcr..................America......1869 Wm. J. Watson.........12......Farmer..................."....England......1857 Peter Surbrook.........ii...... Farmer........................ America......1849 John Wideman......... I.....Farmer.............................. 1853 Samuel Long..........II......Farmer and Real Estate.. "....Canada........ I1868 Harvey Baker............ I......Farmer........................... 1849 Ewd. G. Shipley........25......Farmer..................... ".............1885 Wm. Beedon...... 13......Farmer, Fruit Grower......... ".......1859 Win. Granger. 8......Farmer....................... Born in Township. Ewd. Hyde......... 15...........Farmer...........................Canada........1838 M. W. Stevenson......Vill....Farmer and Real Estate..Croswell......America......1858 Swackhammer&Wray. "....Props. Livery, Sale Stbls.. ".............1893 Robert Stewart........ 22...... Farmer, Stock Breeder... ".............................. S. C. Sm ith.......... Vill....Farm er..................................... L. Wiltsie....................... Farmer..................Lexington..................... M. W ixson............. V ill.................................. Crosw ell.............................. SPEAKER TOWNSHIP. Name. Section. Occupation. Post Office. Nativity. Set. in Co. W. B. Laidlaw...........30...... Frm. and Stock Breeder...Melvin.....America......1865 Thomas Grimes......... IO...... Farmer and Supervisor....Speaker........ England......1865 W. E. Kettlewell........ IO...... Farmer and Twp.Treas.... ".......,Canada........ 1881 Andrew Moore......... 14......Merchant and P. M......... "......... ".........1858 L. F. Vancamp.................. Mer. and Blacksmith...... ".........Born in Co.......... John N. Zavits.................. Hotel Proprietor.....................Canada.......865 Arthur Donnelly........ 5......Frm. and Stock Breeder...Peck.......... t........1887 Geo. Orton.......... 15......Farmer..................... W. H. McKenzie......29......Farmer and Auctioneer.... Samuel Allen.......2... 0.......Farmer and Blacksmith.... Henry Little............ 8...... Farmer....................... James Rolls........ 8...... Farmer..................... John Aitken............Vill.....Farmer and Real Estate.. Hoyt Vrooman........ 19...... Fmr., Tr. Cheese Mfg. Co.. Geo. Merrick............ 7...... Farmer............... Levi Donnenworth....32...... Farmer.............. John Conroy............ 26...... Farmer...................... John Spring.............. 32...... Farmer.................. H. L. Gardner...........Vill.....Farmer...................... John Mitchell........... 17...... Farmer....................... Hiel Dafoe..............29......Farmer and Hay Buyer.. "".... Born in Co.......... ".....Canada.......1881i "....... 1881........ 1876 "....Scotland......867 ".....Canada........1864.1.... 882 ".....Born in Twp...... ".....Canada........1890 "........i866 "........ 1856 ".....Born in M ich........ ".....Canada......1863...t. 4..... 1863 Henry Belton........... 8......Contractor and Builder....E. Fremont... "........1879 T. H. Moore............Vill.....Merchant.....................Roseburg.............1858 Mrs. Sophia Crouse... 15......Housekeeper.......................1892 S. 0. Coon............. IO...... Farmer....................... E. Fremont... America '....i 86o Graham J. Lawson......13......Farmer...........................Canada........1876 Samuel Carson....... 2...... Farmer......................Croswell...... "....... 1872 Graham Lawson........ 2......Farmer........................E. Fremont... " /........ i59 Sarah C. Bradford...... 13...... Proprietor of Farm........Croswell...... " /........ 1g891 / WORTH TOWNSHIP. / Name. Section. Occupation. Post Office. Nativity. Set. in Co. Hiram S. Hayward......14 Farmer and Supervisor....Lexington...Canada........1866 Christ. Ultsch........... 8...... 8. Farmer.............'s...Falcon........America.....1882 "Wm. Smith...............22......Farmer, Stock Breeder....Amadore.....Born in Co.......... J. D. Galbraith...................Farmer, School Teacher. ".....Canada........1881 J. Reynolds......... Vill.....Genl. Merchant, P. M...... t.....America......1848 John A. Benedict......21......Farmer, Twp. Clerk........ ".....Born in Co.......... J. A. Carpenter......... Vill......Baptist Minister..................America......1890 Joshua Wixson..........IO......Farmer......Lexington... ".....1841 James A. Harvey...... 7...... Farmer........................Croswell......Canada........1883 Lewis Baker........... 14...... Farmer.......................Lexington...Born in Co.......... Otis Wixson........ 15..... Farmer..................... Amadore..... " "......... L. W. Brown..........34......Farmer........................Jeddo.........America......1865 Norton Hollister........31......Farmer........................Lexington... "......1841 Thos. Papst.........3... 0.......Farmer, Fruit Grower.....Jeddo..........Canada........1858 Hiram Udell............28.....Farmer......................Ajnadore.............1874 Joseph Galbraith........ 30...... Farmer, Stock Breeder-.... " 1..*.........1881 John Alien........................Boss F. & PM. R. R. Co../.....England......1867 Fred Fuller...................I.... Sec.Boss F. & PM. R.R.Co/....Born in Co.......... S. H. Sly............. 20......Farmer.......................Falcon................ Wm. H. Davis.......... 9......Teacher and Farmer.....Croswell......Canada........1884 Amos Dorward......... 27......Farmer......................Amadore..... "........1876 James Dorward......... 16......Farmer.....................//......Scotland......1876 / io6

Page  111 PATRONS' DIRECTORrY-CONTINUED. Name. Section. Occupaticn. Post Office. Nativity. Set. in Co. L. H. Leonard......... 28......Farmer.......................Amadore.......Born in Twp........ Alex. Farewell......... 32......Attorney-at-Law, Farmer Jeddo.........America......1850 Andrew Ryan...........34.....Farmer........................Amadore..... "............ Orsemous Benaway....25, 26..Farmer.......................Lexington... "........... Albert Lewis.............21......Farmer........................Amadore.............-. L. Decker............ 17...... Farmer............................. Francis Burnham......35......Farmer....................... "........... John Methven.......... 22......Farmer............................ Oliver Yake.................. Farmer...................... Lexington..... "............ P. J. Carson............. 7......Farm er..................... Croswell.................. BROWN CITY AND TOWNSHIP OF MAPLE VALLEY. Name. Section. Occupation Post Office. Nativity. Set. in Co. Jas. Benedict............. Vill...Banker........................Brown City...Born in Co.......... John Makelim...............Attorney-at-Law............ J. Lister, M. D.......... ".... Physician and Surgeon.... W. J. Taylor, M.D.'' "....Physician and Surgeon.... J. A. Watson, M. D.........Physician and Surgeon.... Neely & Watson....... "....Proprietors Roller Mills.. Frank Snyder...............Real Estate, Post Master.. Hugh McNair.............Merchant, Town Clerk.... J. A. R apley.................A ttorney..................... Win. Knowles...............Laborer...................... E. A. Donaldson........... "...Lumber Dealer.............. L. H. Howse..................Editor, Publisher Baznner.. John Regan............. "....Lumber, Shingles, Super.. Alonzo Grawburg.....19...... Farmer....................... McKnight &Son........\Vill...Props. Fndry, Mach. Shop. John Edmonds......... "....Marble Dealer.............. Simon Bricker........... 3......30. Farmer, Stock Breeder.... Moses Webber.........30......Farmer, Stock Breeder.. "...Canada 1873 ".. t..... ". 188 1 "...America....... 1892 S... ~......,.......... "...Established...1890 "...America....... 188 i "...Canada......... 1871,..........1890........1876.1 8......I870 "...Established... 1890 "...Canada........1872 ".... t...... 1880 "...'Established...._i 887 "...America....... 1885 "...Canada........ 1887 ".." "1882 James R. Burwell......24......Real Estate..................Melvin......... "........1878 Charles Coheen......... 29...... Farmer, Stock Raiser.... Brown City... "....1863 John B. Sherk............Vill....Boots and Shoes............... "....I...88o W. L. Tobey............ i....Watches and Jewelry...... "....America....... 1890 James E. Smith...............Blacksmith......................Canada...... i888 H. A. Cook................ "....Mer...... Valley Centre... i1860 Thos. Campbell.......... "....Hotel Proprietor.............. i........1888 I. R. Wadsworth.......22......Farmer, Stock Breeder.... "i....America......1885 Francis Crist............ 34...... Farmer, Stock Breeder.1...........1892 Thomas Muir............ 27...... Farmer, Stock Breeder.... "....Canada.........1882 J. H. Hydorn............ 23...... Farmer, Twp. Treasurer.............1859 Geo. W. Dafoe.........Vill....Jus. Peace and Insurance.Brown City... "........1864 Andrew Howell, M.D..36......Farmer and Physician......Melvin......... "........1889 John Young............ 4...... Farmer, Stock Breeder....Brown City... " ~........1874 Jacob S. Witmer........21I......Farmer, Stock Breeder...............188o Isaac M. Bechtel.2...........Farmer, Stock Breeder....... I881 Herman Michaels......Vill.... Prop. Saw Mill, Lum. Dlr..... "........1858 W. G. Murray......1...4.......Farmer, Highway Comn...Valley Centre. "t....1873 Walter Weeks...................Agt. F. & P.M. R. R. Co. C.... "........1883 L.A. Bullock............34......Farmer and Apiarist...... ".... "........1869 Franklin Smafield...... I...... Farmer, Stock Breeder... Peck............ "........1870 j. W. Harrington......Vill....Hotel Proprietor...........Brown City........................... E. W. Beckett................Farmer, Twp. Drn. Corn.. Valley Centre.Born in Co.......... John Earles..............25......Veterinary Surgeon. "...Ireland......... 1858 Dugan Campbell........ Vill...Blacksmith....................Canada.........1888 Norman McLeod...... 26......Farmer................................1862 M cLeod Bros...........27...... Farmers....................... i....Born in Co.......... McDougall Bros.......Vill....Liverymen....................Brown City...Established...1882 Geo. Etherington...... "....Dealer, Agricultural Imp. "....Canada...1883 S. E. Herbert............ "...Wgn. Mkr., Gen. Blksm... i"...........i881 A. J. Cook................ 24...... Farmer.......................Valley Centre.Born in Co.......... Benj. Steinhoff...........25......Farmer....................... Melvin P 0........................... Noah Heater........... 19...... Farmer.......................Brown City..................... CARSONVILLE AND APPLEGATE VILLAGES AND WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP. Name Section. Occupation. Pest Office. Nativity. Set. in Co. John Wilson.............Vill....Proprietor Hotel............ Carsonville............................ W in. H. A itkin...... "....Banker...................................... T~o.........Merchant...................i Graham,D everaux&Co. "....M erchants............................................. W. M cC aren............."....M erchant............................................... Geo. S. Hartshorn..... "....Livery...................... Andrew Graham........ "....Blacksmith, Agt. Dealer.. "....Scotland......1876 Name. Section. Occupation. Post Office. Nativity. Set. in Co. David Crorey............Vill.......Banker........................ Carsonville.....Ireland........1855 H. W. Smith. M. D...... "....Physician and Surgeon.... "....Canada........ 1881 Oldfield & McGregor... "....General Merchants......... "....Established... 189o J. H. Farley........."....Attorney at Law............ ".......... G. R. McNinch..... ".... Furniture, Undertaking.... ".... America...... 1872 Wm. Thompson......... 3....... Farmer and Real Estate.. "....Scotland......1864 B. W. Graham.........Vill....Prop. Carsonville Jour...... "....Established...1893 Peter Riley............... 15...... Proprietor Brickyard...... "....Canada........1891 Thos. Conlen..............Vill....Prop. Applegate Hotel......Applegate...... ".........1878 B. E. Bond............... "....Proprietor Foundry........ "...... ".........i1881 0. A. Munn............... "....General Merchant...............America......1852 J. R. Graham.........."......General Merchant............... ".....1854 John Draper............ 14....Farmer, Supervisor........Carsonville....Canada........1878 Thos. Elliott............Vill....Druggist and Postmaster..Applegate......England......1869 Wm. Cowan.............."....Carsonville Hotel Prop.....Carsonville....Ireland.......1861 John Cleland.......... 4......Farmer, ex-Supervisor............................. Wm. Cummings........26...... Farmer......................Applegate...................... MISCELLANEOUS. Name. Occupation. Post Office. Nativity. Set. in Co. Allan Shelden...................Real Estate..................Detroit.................... Mich. Mut. Life In. Co............................................. Michigan........... Hubbard & King............ Real Estate, Bankers............... Chas. Montague..................Banker and Real Estate..Caro........... ".......... W. L. Webber, Atty., Real Estate, Pres. St. & H. R. R.....Saginaw, E.S.. "........... L apeer Co. Bank................................................ Im lay City... ".......... Judson, Wiley & Judson........Real Estate...........Lansing...... E H Pinney..................... Banker and Real Estate..Cass City...... Established..1886 C. W. McPhail..................Banker.......................1882 Frank Lawrence.................Real Estate, Abstracter.... Saginaw, E.S......................... H. P. Sm ith.......................Dealer in M ich. Lands...... "......................... John C. Laing..............General Merchant.......Cass, City.....Michigan........... State Librarian Mich............................. Lansing....... "........... F. F. Rogers......................Civil Engineer..............Port Huron... "........... B. R. Noble.....................Banking, Real Estate......Yale....................... B. J. Flumerfelt.................. Real Estate.................Port Huron............. Francis Palms' Est............... Real Estate, 33 Fort st., West Detroit.. "........... A. A. Dwight....................Real Estate, 781 Jeff. av., Detroit................... Ewd. Smith........................Real Estate, 45 Newbury st................... Wayne Co. Say. Bank............................. I. B. Auten.........................Cashier Tuscola Co.Bank..Caro................. Jay White..........................Map Publisher...............Lapeer........ " SANILAC TOWNSHIP AND VILLAGE OF PORT SANILAC. Name. Section. Occupation. Post Office. Nativity. Set. in Co. M. N. Mugan............Vill...Atty. at Law and Banker..Port Sanilac..Canada........1867 R. Platts.................. C...Druggist.......................Germany...... 1855 John H. Kenney............Postmaster.................. "............. C. M. O eldfied.............General Merchant.......... "..America......i85o John Hanson........ 7......Farmer and Supervisor....Carsonville...Norway......187I J. H. London....... 32...... Farmer..............Applegate......Canada.......1866 W. H. Riley............Vill....Harnessmaker.........Port Sanilac.. C........1858 Bickle & Edwards...... "....Props. Roller Mill......... "..Established.... 1892 John Falls...................Blacksmith "..Born in Co......... John C. Massman...... "....Prop. Billiard Hall......... " ".....C.... H. A. Cunningham...... "....Atty. at I.aw and R. Est.. "..America......1889 J. Hubbell.............. 17...... Farmer......................... "..Canada....... 1851 John Kirk...............20...Farmer...................... ".. "....... 1867 Nelson Cameron........ 8......Farmer and Supt. Poor... "..America......1854 Geo. W. Peters.........Vill....Prop. Meat Market......... "..Born in Twp........ Geo. Williams...............Hotel and Prop. Stage Line '..Canada........ 1862 W. A. Oldfield......... t....Merchant................ "..Born in Co......... Young Men's Mutual Improvement Society, Organized, 1893. C. G. Putney, President; M. 0. Platt, Secretary; M. N. Mugan, Treasurer. Isaac M ills............... 33......Farmer.......................Carsonville...Canada........ 1860 E. McKenzie............ 14...... Farmer.............Port Sanilac.......................... M ark W illis.............. 20...... Farmer..... 2m................Applegate........................... J. M. F itzgerald......... 21...... F arm er....................... "......................... A. H eim................. 3 1......F arm er..................... ".............................. Edwv. Cutler................... Farmer.................. ". 0. W. Lewis............ 8...... Farmer................. "........ J. Massman.......27......Farmer..............Port Sanilac................ Philip Weideman...... 27...... Farmer..............Applegate.............................. 10o7

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Page  113 mmmmwmmmý LEXINGTON VILLAGE BUSINESS CARDS. DANIEL CLARKE, DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE, Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Wall Paper, Groceries, Provisions, Crockery, Hardware. Buitter and Eggs a Specialty. LEXINGTON, 7UICH. S. H. MATTHEWS, HARNESS MAKER, AND DEALER IN WHIPS, ROBES, BLANKETS, TRUNKS, ETC. LEXINGTON, N'MICH. DANIEL CLARKE, BREEDER OF A. J.C.C. JERSEYS, LEXINGTON, MICH. WM. BEEDON, Proptietor. BEEDON FRUIT FSRM GROWER OF All kinds of Small Fruits, Berries, etc. Farm located north of Lexington Village, Sanilac County. P. 0., LEXINGTON, MIICH. THE LEXING[ON BEACH HOTEL. H. J. SECOR, Proprietor. A charming Retreat for the summer months. Twenty-two miles north of Pt. Huron and eighty-five miles from Detroit. Lakebourne Beach, a grove of thirty acres in connection with Hotel. Good Fishing and Boating. Fine Bathing Beach having a frontage of one-fourth of a mile on Lake Huron. Rates: $2 Per Day. $8 to $10 Per Week. Detroit Office, 903 Hammond Building. Telephone 734. LEXINGTON, NMICOH. THOS. McVEIGH, ATTORNEY AT LAW And Solicitor in Ohancery, ALSO, DEALER IN REAL ESTATE. rD TROrTm, i1ICi-_ THOS. DUNSMORE, Grower of all kinds of SMALL FRUITS, BERRIES, GRAPE, BIG, Also, proprietor of Cider Mill and Jelly Works. Mill located on Section 13, Lexington Township. P. 0., LEXINGTON, MICH. PAPST & WIXSON, LEXINGTON, MICH. DEALERS IN Farming LaRds, Improved and Unimproved. Lands examined and estimated. Collections made, moneys loaned. All kinds of Conveyancing done. ALEX. CRUIKSHANK. SAMUEL HUNT. CRUIKSHANK & CO. General Blacksmiths, Wood and Iron Workers, Dealers in Wagons, Buggies, Mowers, Binders, Seeders, Farm Implements, etc. LXjS2I@-TO2^, ZICH.ESTABLISHED 1869. 7TO=:T I-.:rE.ar.:D, OWNER AND OPERATOR OF THE LEXINGTON WOOLEN MILLS. Manufacturer of Strictly Pure Wool, Fine and Heavy Yarns and Flannels. Dealer in Lumbermen's Hand-made Yarn Socks and Mittens. r^s~zri^-wrron~,:Mrzon. THE HENRY HOUSE, GEORGE HENRY, Proprietor. HOUSE CONVENIENT TO DOCK. GOOD LIVERY IN CONNECTION. DEALER IN LUMBER, LflTH, SHINGLES AND WOOD. LEXINGTON, 7"NIC;H. JOHI\T BELL, "ID~'4gi~t, LEXINGTON, MICI-H. PURE DRUGS AND MEDICINES, PERFUMERY AND TOILET ARTICLES, DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES, TOBACCO AND CIGARS. E. B, GRAHAM, Attorney and Gouselor at Law, OFFICE IN BANK BUILDING, 14EXI~GTO~XT, M^IOH. V. sMt. OKTRTOICH, Machinist, Dealer in Saw Mill Supplies, Steam and Gas Fittings, Injectors, Firearms, Ammunition, Sewing Machines, Needles, Attachments, etc. LEXINGTONs, IMIOH. H. A. KOMOLL, DBEIRGHANT 6AIL01, ALL GOODS FIRST CLASS. PRICES THE VERY LOWEST. EIBXING(TON, 2WICH. THE SAI4LA6 JEFFERSONIAN, LEW M. HOUGHTON, Proprietor, LEXINGTON, MICH. Best Advertising Medium in the gounty FIRST-CLASS JOB OFFICE IN CONNECTION. A. E. DIVINE, Collection5 c %peci6\ltj ALL BUSINESS ENTRUSTED) TO ME WILL RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. LEXINGTON, NMlioH. D. A. WEST, M. D. GRADUATE OF VICTORIA COLLEGE OF MEDICINE, CLASS OF 1868. LEX[ NGrTON, MICH. GEO. W. SMITH, Drover and General Cattle Dealer AND STOCK BREEDER, LEXINGTON, MICH. JAMES TAIT, DEPUTY SHERIFF FOR SANILAC COUNTY. COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY. All business placed in my hands will receive prompt attention. Correspondence solicited. P. 0., LEXINGTrON, MICH-. JOHN W. NORMAN, "IDenti~t, All work in my line promptly done, and satisfaction in prices and work guaranteed. L-M=E]XIFVTGTTO INT VII:C=. REFERENCES: Lexington Bank. Over Lexington Bank. E R. G. Dun & Co., Detroit. DWIGHT ýH. IIAY, Attorney-at-Law. Notary Public, Pension Attorney, Collections Promptly made in any part of the U. S. LEXINGTON, MICH. S. C. Tewksburv. Pres. J. W. Norman, Secretary..F. L. Walther, Vice-Pres. Geo. Henry, Treasurer. INCORPORATED OCTOBER 15, 1887. THE LEXINGTON MILL COMPANY, J. M. SWIFT, Manager. Patent Best XXXX, and Tidal Wave Flour, Patent Buckwheat Flour, Bran, Middling and Chop Feed always on hand. LEXINGTON, MIC-H. ^6 (9. BANTING), i. D.O PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office and Residence, Corner of Huron Avenue and Union Street. LEXINGTON, MICH. D.!QGGU^UFG,!I. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Graduate of U. of M. Also, Post-Graduate College and Hospital, New York City. OFFICE, STIRLING DRUG STORE. LEXINGTON, MICH. VILLAGE OF SANILAC CENTRE. BUSINESS CARDS. H. 0. BABCOCK, ATTORNEY AT LAW -ANDSOLICITOR IN CHANCERY. SANILAC CENTRE, MICH. First Class in every respect. Good bar in connection. "The N4&c"o~nGJI Wjou~e PETER McDONALD, Proprietor. SCareful attention given to the wants of guests. Rates reasonable. SANILAC CENTRE, IITCI. RATES, $1.50 PER DAY. THE ROBERTS lousE, R. B. ELLIOT, Proprietor. One of the best Hotels of its class in the "Thumb." SANILA.O CENTRE, MICOH. J. S. CRANDELL, 5ItLorEey at 1av, SANILA.O OC ENTRE, MIIOH. CHAS. CORBISHLEY, DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE AND ARNM PRODUCE, SANILAC CENTRE, MICH. THOMAS DOYLE & SON, DEALERS IN General Merchandise, SANILAC CENTRE, MICH. HUGH McKENZIE, Dry @ (oos,.Mep's Fuirnisbipgs, GROCERIES AND PRODUCE, Telephone Exchange. SANILAC CENTRE, MICH. G, S. TWEEDIE, M. D., Physician and Surgeon, SANILAC CENTRE, MICH. M. W. MOORE, SANILAC CENTRE, MICH. DEALER IN Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Fine Toilet Soaps, Brushes, Combs, etc. Perfumery and Fancy Toilet Articles in great variety. Pure Brandy, Wines and Liquors for Medicinal Purposes. Physicians' Prescriptions Accurately Compounded. School Books and Stationery. J. M. CAUGHELL, DEALER IN FRESH AND SALT MEATS, SANILAC CENTRE, MICH. GUSTAVE WENDT, DEALER IN Furiture,u aMd eeral Updertaker DIRECTOR AND EMBALMING. SANILAC CENTRE, MICH. R. D. SHENICK, FURNITUREaNd UNDERTAE{N & PLANING, MOULDING, ETC. DONE TO ORDER. JXISrxzTIG-TOITr, NCICIH. S. C. TEWKSBURY & CO. DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE, GROCERIES BOOTS AND SHOES, READY-MADE CLOTHING, HARDWARE, ETC. ALSO, PROPRIETOROF LEXINGTON DOCK LEXI NOGTON, MIIH. W. H. SHELDON, DEALER AND SHIPPER OF All kinds of Farm Produce, flay, Oats, etc. ALSO, DEALER AND SHIPPER OF Fancy Road and Heavy Draught Horses. LEXINGTON, /cIO-I. HENRY B. MILLER. CHAS. S. MILLER. MILLER BROTHERS, Merebant Tailors, ALL GOODS FIRST CLASS. PRICES LOW. LEXINGTON, MIGH. CHE LDxBINGpON IBANI{ -OFB78. R=. TOBILE & CORESPONSIBILITY -. ---- $100,000. FRANK E. WILLARD, Manager. LEXINGTON, MICH. F. W. HUBBARD. JOHN RYAN. W. T. BoPE. FIRST-CLASS FIRE INSURANCE. The srnd5uAVScanIR, JAS. McCAREN, Cashier. SANILAC CENTRE, MIOH. G. E. ENGLISH, Publisher and Proprietor. The Saila CGounty Republican. One Dollar per year, in advance. Largest circulation in Sanilac County. Best advertising medium, outside the cities, in the "Thumb." Complete facilities for all kinds of Job Printing, at the lowest possible prices. Prompt attention given to mail orders. SANILAC CENTRE, MICH. [09 E. C. BAECOCK. H. A. BABCOCK. W. D. BABCOCK. E. C. BABCOCK & SONS, Attorpeys at Law, SANILAC CENTRE, MICH. WILLIAM DAWSON, Attorlneoy at Law, SANILAC CENTRE;, N'.ICII. [09

Page  114 W. H-. EPPLETT, MANUFACTURER OF The Bovotail Hollon-Langstroth Bee Hives, The Latest Style Hives, Sections and Comb Foundations. Everything pertaining to the Apiary furnished. Srb4IL..^c CIENTRE, 2VKICI1. F. E. KELLEY, GENERAL BLACKSMITH, We guarantee you first-class work and low prices. Call and see us at SANILAC CENTRE, MICH. Wm. DAWSON. F. J. BENEDICT. T. EWD. DAWSON. DAWSON & CO., SANILAC CENTRE, MICH. Abstracters and Conveyancers. Wild Land and Improved Farms for Sale. Money to Loan on First Farm Mortgages. Abstracts of Title Examined. Charges Reasonable. Only set of Abstract books in Sanilac County. Correspondence Solicited. DAWSON & SON, Breeders Morgan Horses, AND SHORT.HORN DURHAM CATTLE. All Stock Registered. Correspondence Solicited. SANILAC CENTRE, MICH. C. A. HAGLE, u CTIONEE, All business in my line promptly attended to. Correspondence Solicited. P. 0. Address, CASH, M IOCH. C. W. LINDKE, DEALER IN Pry Goods, Groceries, Boots anM Shoes, All kinds of Farm Produce taken in Exchange for Goods. CASH F. 0., 2 0ICH. JAS. McLAUGHLIN, DEALER IN All tiils Liinler, Shlnles, Lath, Etc., ALSO PROP. OF SAW AND PLANING" MILL. SANILAC CENTRE, MICH. 0. H. STALY, mLVERY, GOOD RIGS AND SAFE HORSES,.PRICES REASONABLE. SANILAO CENTRE. WM. SCHMIDT, STONE MASON AND CONTRACTOR, Residence, Sec. 20, Watertown. P. 0., SANILAC CENTRE, MICH. CHAS. WALKER, DEALER IN Watche8, Cloks, Jewelry and Silverware. REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. MARLETTE, MICH. DORMAN & SON, PROPRIETORS OF MARLETTE WOOLEN MILLS, MANUFACTURERS OF All kinds of Woolen Goods, Yarns, etc. MARLETTE, MICH. FRANK H. GIBBS, DEALER IN Harness and Horse Goods, MARLETTE, MICH. GEO, SIMENTON, M, D., Office, Brick Building, MARLETTE, MICH. THOS. R. FITCH, DEALER IN Fnll.BAlshort-orn URham Cattle, Residence, Sec. 25, Marlette Twp., P. 0., MARLETTE, MICH. A. E. SLEEPER. A. MERRILL. Commurcial Baik of Slepoer and Merrill. A General Banking Business Transacted, W. J. BAKER, Cashier. NMARLETTE, MICH. GEO. WEAVER, M. D., DEALER IN Pure Drugs, Medieies, @beuMlals, Stationery, Druggists' Sundries, Perfumery, Soaps, Toilet and Fancy Articles, etc. Physicians' Prescriptions Caretully Compounded, MARLETTE, MICH. H. MCCREA, M.D., Graduate of the Department of Medicine and Surgery U. of M., Class of 1875. Also, a Graduate of Bellevue Hospital Medical College, New York City, Class of 1876. MARLETTE, MICH. GLEASON HOUSE, W. B. GLEASON, Prop. A Good Hotel. Centrally Located. Prices Reasonable. Good Barn in Connection. YT::RLBTTB, NUCHH. W. T. ATKINSON, M, D,, A Graduate of the Department of Regular Medicine, U. of M., Class of 1887. MARLETTE, MICH. J. J. DAWSON, Livery and Sale Stable. GOOD RIGS AND SAFE HORSES. PRICES LOW. MARLETTE, MICH. FRED E, BURTON, Attor pey-at-Law, Real Estate, Collections Insurance MARLETTE, MICH. D. THOMPSON, Successor to McKAY & HUNTER, DEALER IN +" GENERAL '* HARDWARE,.s D. F. HUNTER, Salesman. MARLETTE, MICH. R. WILLIS, Real Estate and Loan Office Wild Lands and Improved Farms for Sale. MARLETTE. MICH. ESTABLISHED 1878. T'Fhe Marlette Leader D. E. HUBBELL, PROPRIETOR, Fine Job Work and Low Prices. MARLETTE, MICH. WM. L. MATHEWS, Proprietor of the EXCELSIOR ROLLER MILLS. Manufacturer of Flour, Rolled Oats, Split Peas, Corn Meal and Feed. Dealer in Grain, Wool, Salt, Lime, Sewer Pipe, Brick and Drain Tile. Our brand of Flour, Mathew's Best, Peoples' Choice, Crown Sheaf, Humming Bird. MARLETTE, MICH. GEORGE McKAY, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, OFFrICE OVER WEVER'S DRUG STORE, MARLETTE, MICH. JOHN MlcGILL. C. L. MaIESSER, Cashier. MINNIE WV. HOUGH, Asst. Cash VMARLETTE BANK OF JOHN McGILL. A General Banking Business Transacted. MARLETTE, MICH. R. W. COOLEY, LIVERY STABLE, AND DEALER IN WAGONS, CARRIAGES, CARTS, Etc. MARLETTE, MICH. D. S. MORTON. 0. M. BARNES. @HS, CXGHANGE, MORTON & BARNES, Proprietors. First-class in Every Department. Free 'Bus to and from All Trains. MARLETTE, MICH. D. STUART McCLURE, ATrTORN EY-=AT= LAW, Jadge of Probate of Sanilac County. MARLETTE, MICH. J. W. WARNER & CO., W. A. WHITE, Special Partner. GSNEAIAL t ImsINGHANTrS, Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes and Ready-Made Clothing. All Goods Guaranteed as Represented or Money Refunded. MARLETTE, MITCH. ALGAROTH (14747) RULE 6. Was foaled June 19, 1889; bay in color, with three white feet; fifteen hands three inches in height; weighs nearly iioo pounds. He is of a beautiful form, very kind in disposition, with a good, large open gait and promises to be very fast. Owned by GEORGE W. VAIL, MARLETTE, MICH. J. W. PECK, FURNITURE AND + UNDERTAKING, A Complete Siock of the Finest Goods in the Country. Also, Prop. of Marlette Opera House. MT7:kRLBTTE, UNICH. WM. CAMERON, Justice of the Peace and Insurance, COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. MARLETTE, MICH. J. W. CAWOOD, Farmer, @outraetor and Builder, Full-Blood Poland and China Hogs a Specialty. RESIDENCE, SEC. 15, MARLETTE. P. 0., MARLETTE, MICH. A. W. DOAN, GENERAL BLAGISMITH. Horse Shoeing a Specialty. MARLETTE, MICH WM. ROGERS, PRAGTIGALVWELL +DIGGER. TERMS REASONABLE. Correspondence Solicited. MARLETTE, MICH. JAMES ROGERS, BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. MARLETTE, MICH. JOHN AND FRED GARBER. QARBER BROS. Practical Threshers, We always keep a Good Rig. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. RESIDENCE, SEC. 13, MARLETTE. "P. 0., GERMANIA, MICH. GEO. SCHNEIDER, General Blacksmith and Waon Maker. Shop Located on Sec. 13, Marlette. P. 0., GERMANIA, MICH. C. W. ARTHUR, Practical Surveyor anM Cwii Enlineer. Careful Atteptiop to Drajnage Work. / MARLETTE, ICH. BERTHOLD BOPP, DEALER IN AND BREEDER OF Full-Blood Durham Cattle and Poland China Hogs. RESIDENCE, SEC. 12, MARLETTE. P. 0., GERMANIA, MICH. JOHN SCHNEIDER, BREEDER OF Fulj-Blood Cattle. Poland China Hog a Specialty, Residence, Sec. 13, Marlette. P. 0., GERMANIA, MICH. L. H. McLEAN PROPRIETOR OF Sailac Centre anI Carsonvill StaG Liue, GOOD RIGS AND SAFE HORSES. SANILAC CENTRE, MICH. MARLETTE VILLAGE. BUSINESS CARDS. H. /V. BRISTOL, Manufacturer of and Dealer in General Farm Machinery. Gas Pipe Fittings, Force and Suction Pumps. Wagons, Buggies, Plows, Seeders, Drills, Mowers, Binders, Wind Mills. MARLETTE, MICH. I 110 /

Page  115 GEO. SEIFFERLEIN, Carpnter, Ooptractor 0 Builder SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Residence, Sec. 2, Marlette. P. O., GERMANIA, MICH. C. L. LIPPERT, m]EIGHANT AILOIF AND GENTS' FURNISHING STORE. MARLETTE, MICH. YVNM. SHIER, FARMERPAPIARIST RESIDENCE, SEac. 5, MARLETTE. Also, Breeder of Full- Blood Lincoln Sheep t Registered). P. 0., MARILETTE, MICH. CROSWELL VILLAGE.. BUSINESS CARDS. A. R. HAIST, Funeral IDirectoii and F-ritiro Dealor. The largest stock and lowest prices in Sanilac County. I give my own personal attention to funerals and furnish my new and elegant hearse, Free of Charge and Guarantee Perfect Satisfaction. CROSWELL, MICH. FRANKLIN HOUSE, H. D. FRANKLIN, Proprietor. Fipe Sample Rooms. Livery ip Goppectio. Rates, $1.50 Per Day. CROSWELL, MIOH-. A. B. GRAHAM. ' A. H. HIGGINS. G WI$.t>hI & RIGGIeS, SUCCESSOR TO GRAHAM BROS., Dealers in Pure Drugs and Jewelry. CROSWELL, MICFT. OJIXSON ROBB, PHOTOGRAPH ERS Outside Work Solicited. Copying and Enlarging done to Any Size. Frames always on hand. OROSWELL, MICH. ESTATE OF TRUMAN MOSS, Dealer in REAL ESTATE AND IMPROVED FARMS. CROSWELL, SANILAC CO., MICH. Now is the time to secure a Home in Sanilac County. I am offering for sale Farms in some of the finest locations in Sanilac County. Wild Lands ranging in price from $8 to $io per acre. Improved Farms $20 to $30 per acre. Soil-Clay Loam. Titles Perfect. If you Desire to Buy, Sell or Trade for Land or Village Property, Call on or Write GEORGE IMERRILL, REAL-ESTATE DEALER, CROSWELL. MICH. A. B. GRAHAM. P. L. GRAHAM. GRAHAM BROS., Dealers in Drsi, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Tobaccos, Cigars Watcbes, glocks, Jewelry, Etc. CROSWELL, MICH. SPRINGER & CO., DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE IHE. -EW-I NDEFISON. JOOUSE. M. McLEAN, PROPRIETOR. Good Livery and Stabling in Connection. First-Class Sample Room for Commercial Agents. c:R0sw7:8ILjI, EI5CTC3E SIDNEY S. GOLE, ATTORNEY-AT= LAW, AND Circuit Court Commissioner, Sanilac County. CROSWELL, MICH. WILFORD MACKLEM, Attorney-at-Law, CROSWELL, MICH. SAHILAG ( OUNTY. IB3AN, OF NOBLE & NIGGEMAN. Responsibility, $125,000. Money to loan on Satisfactory Securities. Collections Promptly Attended to. Interest Allowed on Deposits. CROSWELL, MICH. ANSON J. GRAHAM. SILAS STRAFFON. GRAHAM & STRAFFON, Dealers in FarmiDg Implemnts aiA I achinery, CROSWELL, MICH. HUMPHRIES & CARTER, PROPRIETORS OF THE CROSWELL PLANING MILL,, And Dealers in Flooring, Moulding, Bill Stuff, etc. JOB WORK A SPECIALTY. PAUPST, THE TAI LOR, Cl~iM Caterer in ICtoice M1tinus FOR THE THUMB OF MICHIGAN. CROSWELL, MICH. DAVID PATON, &BNBRAL MERfIANI DEALER IN All Kinds of Shelf and Heavy Hardware. Boots, Shoes, Groceries, etc. CROSWELL, MICH. DAVID E. WISE, JEWELER, And Dealer in Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware and Optical Goods. Repairing and Engraving of all kinds. Books, Stationery, Writing Material, Musical Instruments, Plush Goods, School Supplies, etc., etc. CROSWELL, MICH. G. W. SHERK. M. L. SHERK. SH ýFR5 YrFos, DEALERS IN Dry Goods, GrocDries, Boots a nd Shoes, Hats and Caus ald Clothing. CROSWELL, MICH. W. H. BURGESS, Attornoey-at-Law ail Couneiolor in Chancry Business in Probate Court a Specialty. CROSWELL, MICH. WwM. TYLER, DEALER IN Harness and Horse Goods, Whips, Robes, Trunks, Etc. All Goods First Class. Prices Low. Call and see us. CROSWELL, MICH. PHILIP GRAHAM, JUSTICEOFTHE PEACE All Business in the Line of Collections Promptly Done. CROSWELL, MICH. SWACKHAMMER & WRAY, PROPRIETORS OF Croswoll ivery a fl Salo Stabilos, Good Rigs, Safe Horses. Traveling Trade Solicited. CROSWELL, MICH. R. W. VANNEST, SGENT FOR ALL KINDS OF FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES, SHRUBBERY, Etc. CROSWELL, MICH. J. W. GALBRAITH, Civil Enlineer an 61unty SurvOyor. ALL WORK PROMPTLY DONE. Residence, CROSWELL, MICH. WVNM. QUAIL,.PROPRIIETOR Croswell Elevator # Warehouse, Dealer in all kinds of Grain and Seeds, Lumber, Lath, Shingles. Lime, Hair, Cement, Etc. C OEOSWrBIT0j VII0CE_ GEO. W. SMYTH, DEALER IN REAL ESTATE. Wild Lands and Improved Farms Bought and Sold. CROSWELL, MICH. JOHN H. MURDAIUGH, FIRE INSURANCE. We represent only first-class companies. ALSO, PROPRIETOR CTROSWELL CHEESE FACTORY. CROSWELL, MICH. GEO. GOVETTE, Practical Stone Mason and Bricklayor All work warranted first-class. CROSWELL, MICH. GORDEN JAYNES, Owner and Proprietor of the STANDARD-BRED STALLION "OSSAWINAMAKEE" No. 16,223. 151 hands high; color, a bright bay; a fine colt in style and action. Correspondence solicited. CROSWELL, MICH. M. S. CoO0K. JOEL HURLEY, COOK & IHURILXY, DEALERS IN Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Clothing, HATS AND OAPS, CROSWELL, MICH. L. C. STIRLING, DEALER IN DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES TOILET ARTICLES, Etc. CROSWELL, MICH, FELIX MARQUETTE, Proprietor of Croswel] Brick t Tile Works We make No. I goods and prices are low. Come and see us. CROSWELL, MICH. RICE & ALLEN, DEALERS IN Hardwaroe, Sash, oors, Paintis an Oils, Pumps, Stoves, Furnaces, Etc. CROSWELL, MICH. MALCOLM CAMPBEILL. A. MCINTYRE. CAMPBELL & McINTYRE, PROPRIETORS CROSWELL FOUNDRY BLACKSMITH AND MACHINE SHOP. Also, Manufacturers of the Campbell Patent Revolving Landside Plow. All kinds of Brass and Iron Castings constantly on hand. Repairing a specialty. lROSWXVELL, )II@H. CHARLES HAiNSON, PROPRIETOR OF THE CROSWELL BAKERY AND DEALER IN Canned Goods, Oysters, Fruits,Confectioneries, Cigars, Tobaccos, Etc. CROSWELL, 7"lCH. CLEVELAND BAY STALLION "Lord Clarendon" No. 626, Vol. II, E. C. B. S. B.; No. 994, Vol. III, A. C. B. S. B.; foaled 883: imported 1884, by Bell Bros., of Wooster, 0. "Lord Clarendon" is a mahogany bay, with black points; stands 16y4 hands high; weight, 1460o pounds; fine style and kind disposition. GEO. CARR & SON, Proprietors, CROSWELL, MICH. THOS. DUNPHY, VETERINARY SURGEON, Calls Day or Night Promptly Attended To. HORSE DENTISTRYv$SURGERYA SPECIALTY Calls by Telephone and Telegraph promptly attended. OFFICE AT RESIDENCE, CROSWELL, MICH. 69. S. KI{NGSWON,. D. Graduate of U. of M., Class of i886. All calls proimpily attended. Office at Residence. CROSWELL, MICH. G. A. ANNAND, PHYSICIAN ^ SURGEON, Regular School of Medicine. Graduate of Victoria College of Medicine, Toronto, Canada, Class of 1870. CROSWELL, MICH. "NDHE GIOSWELL COMPANY, INCORPORATED, Manufacturers of Cheese, Butter and Cream. Dealers in all kinds of Stock, Horses, Cows and Young Stock. All kinds of farm products for sale. Headquarters for Sanilac County Real Estate. Croswell Village Lots for sale. Write them for circulars.. Correspondence solicited. Address THB OROSWELL o00. CROSWVVEL 1, 1MI01-H. "T "e Trmmnz Afoss sEaI, OFFICE ON WELLS STREET. This old and reliable firm are extensive dealers in all kinds of Real Estate in Sanilac County and all parts of Michigan and the West. Write them for particulars. CROSW'ELL, MIIOI--I VILLAGE OF CARSONVILLE. BUSINESS CARDS. BANK OF CARSONVILLE, CARSONVILLE, MICH. GAIGE, AITKIN & DAVIS (Partnership). General Banking business transacted. Deposits received and interest allowed. Money to loan at reasonable rates. J. M. GAIGE, President. WM. H. AITKIN, Cashier. JOHN H. FARLEY. WILLIAM H. AITEIN. FARLEY & AITKIN, Lawyers, ROOMS, BANK OF CARSONVILLE BUILDING CARSONViLLE, MICH. CROSWELL, MICH. III

Page  116 EXCHANGE BANK OF DMVI CRORB, CARSONVILLE, MIOCH. Gollectioss ivuen Special Attrtio, GEO. R. McNINCH, FURNITURE avd UNDERTAKIN&, PROMPT ATTENTION TO TELEPHONE ORDERS. CARSONV1LLE, MIGH. CXGHANGE FOTEL, JOHN WILSON, Proprietor. A first-class Hotel in every way. Free 'Bus to and from all trains. Prices reasonable. CARSONVILLE, MICH. (QaRsoNVILLE LIVERY (WITH EXCHANGE HOTEL), FIRST-GLfASS RIGS P TURNOUTS. GEORGE S. HARTSHORN, Proprietor. CARSONVILLE, MICH. A. & W. GRAHAM, DEALERS IN AGRIGULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, Veterinary Surgeons, General Blacksmiths. CARSONVILLE, MICH. H. W. SMITH, M. D., C. M. IPhV^ici~n 6\fll 1ThrU~i~t, CARSONVILLE, MICH. GArSONVILLS JOURFNA,, B. W. GRAHAM, Proprietor. Established 1893. A first-class paper. We are prepared to do all kinds of Job Work on reasonable terms. OACRSONVILLE, MICH. W. McCAREN, DEALER IN DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, ETC. A full line of seasonable goods always on hand. CARSONVILLE, MIOCH. PETER RILEY, MANUFACTURER OF BRICK AND TILE, Yard located on Section 15, Washington Township. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. P. 0., CARSONVILLE, MICH. C. C. & W. B. McGREGOR, DEALERS IN General Merobadise, Boots, RboeseGlotiig The highest market price paid for all kinds of farm produce. CARSON~VILEE, MIICH. THE CARSON HOUSE, WM. COWAN, Proprietor. CARSONVILLE, MICH. Good Sample Room. free 'Bus to trains. Best Livery in town. Rates reasonable. gTRR QLOTHING ~JOUSE, GRAHAM & COMPANY. Clothing, Gents' FurnisiRgs, Ceits' Shoes, HATS AND CAPS. VILLAGE OF DECKERVILLE BUSINESS CARDS. ESTABLISHED 1875. JOHN BLOWER, DEALER IN Dry oofls, Clothing, Boots ani Shoos, Notions, Eats, Caps, Groceries, Hardware, Provisins, grockery, Etc. WHOLESALE DEALER IN Corn, Peas, Clover and Timothy Seed. fltECIKVI:4'XLLE, ALICI. GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. FIRST-CLASS FIRE INSURANCE. FARMERS' BANK OF IRA ARNOT & CO. E W FARLEY, Mgr. DECKERVILLE, MIC, WEST & LOUGHRAN, DRALERS IN QeolralYerclialiise &Fdarmini:IlBacoliiiory All kinds of Farm Produce Bought and sgold. DECKERVILLE, MICH. ihe l Lanliac Noeoroer. G. W. ALLEN, Publisher. fine Boolk and Job Printing a Specialty. DECKERUILLE, MICH. H. F. ALDERTON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, DECKERVILLE, MICH. ROBERT E. GRAHAM, DEALER IN Harng Horslothing, Rbos, Blafnkts, Whips, Trunks and Valises, DECKam3ZILLE, 2OWIQI. THE UNION HOTEL, A. HARTSHORN, PROP. Good Wines and Liquors. Good Livery in Connection. DECKERVILLE, MICH. FORRESTER & FULLER, DEALERS IN General Merebandise and Hardware (ESTABLISHED 1892.) DEGKERU\JL,LE, MICH. MARTIN DECKER, Shipper of Farm Produce, Dealer in Groceries, Provisions, Dry Goods, Clothing, Gents' Furnishings, Boots, Shoes, Crockery, Glassware, Lime, Salt, Tinware, Etc. DECKEtRVIIIE, MICII. Go. F. BICO, FURNITURE & UNDERTAKING I keep constantly on hand a fine stock of goods. Call and get prices before purchasing elsewhere. DECKERVILLE, MICH. DOWNING MiLLING CO., "MANUFACTURERS OF Higbest Grade Rollerirocess Flour BMckwheat and raam Flour, Corn Meal, FDel, Etc. DECKERVILLE, MICH, A. E. LEONHARD.. J. S. DUFFIE. LEONHARD & DUFFIE, DEALERS IN Drugs, Medicines, Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware, Stationery, Etc. DEOKERVILLE, MICH. MINDEN CITY. BUSINESS CARDS. Collections made on Tyre, Ubly, Forestville and Deckerville. MINDEN CITY BANK. CHAS. L. MESSMORE. Resfonsibility, 50,oo000. M1oney to loan on mortgages and notes. MINDEN CITY, MICH..-A.,,, invILLS, rosecutin Attornc, Sailac C,untV, MINDEN OITY, MICH. THOS. CANHAM, DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE, LATH, LIME, SHINGLES, FENCE WIRE, ETC., ETC, MINDEN CITY, AICIH. CHAS. H. McGINLEY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. CRIMINAL AND NEGLIGENCE CASES A SPECIALTY. OPERA HOUSE BLOCK, MINDEN CITY, MICH. WILLIAM HALL, BREEDER OF BLOODED STOGE, gHORTHORN gCTTLE AND DEIGESrIIRSHIItE SHEEP. RESIDENCE, SECTION 30, MLNDEN. r*. 0. FrEInUij-rGEM~S, MXCIC. JOSEPH MORRIS, Manufacturer of and Dealer in Furniture and Upholstered Goods, COFFINS AND CASKETS, MINDEN CXTV, MICI-. F. 0. HETFIELD & SON, DEALERS IN DRY q*Ob1S, QROGERIKS, QLOTHING, HATS AND CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, CROCKERY, ETC. Buyer of Farm Produce. MINDEN CITY, M0ICH. 1HD ~OONSY I5OUSD, GOOD 'BUS, GOOD BOARD, GOOD LIVERY, AND IN FACT GOOD EVERYTHING AT THE RIGHT PRICE. AROH-Y MOONEY, PROPRIErTOR, MINDEN CITY, MICH. F, E, DURNING, Attorney at Law and Fire Isurance AGENT, MINDEN CITY, MICH. DR. PHILLIP HARRISON, VETERINARY SURGEON, GRADUATE OF ONTARIO VETERINARY COLLEGE, TORONTO, ONTARIO. galls Right or Day Promptly Attnudedl. Horse Dentistry and Surgery a Specialty. OFFICE AT THE MOONEY HOUSE, Calls by Telephone and Telegraph IVirnuern My MiCd Promptly Attended. 14, ILLI, McCAFFERTY BROS. DEALERS IN, GENERAL A MER@UHANDIE, ALSO SHIPPERS OF WOOL, GRAIN AND PRODUCE. PALIMS, - - = MITCH. W, H, LEAVENWORTH, PROPRIETOR OF MINDEN CITY WOOLEN MILLS, MANUFACTURER OF ALL KINDS OF WOOLEN GOODS, YARNS, ETC. MINDEN CITY, MICH. r E. (B. BUIýBANFqS, REAL ESTATE t INSURANCE, LIFE INgURANCE A gPECIALTY, MINDEN CITY, MIGC. CHARLES E. SOHEADER, BREEDER OF Thoroughbred Clydesdale Horses, Holstein Cattle, Shropshire Sheep and Chester White Hogs. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. Residence, Sec. 6, Delaware Township, P. 0., Minden City, Mich. FORESTVILLE AND CHARLESTON VILLAGES. BUSINESS CARDS. Alexander Stephens, M. D., GRADUATE OF U. OF M., Class of 1866 and 1867, Med. Dept. FORESTVILLE, MICH. PETER ABRAHAM, DEALER IN Furniture and Undertaking Goods, Repair Shop in Connection, Forestville, Mich. THE RIEDEL HOUSE, Louis H. RIEDEL, Proprietor. CHOICE WINES, LIQUORS P CIGARS, FORESTVILLE, MICH. E. LANGE, DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF Fnre>h5 M1 'I1q 5Ji, Fish, Elc. CASH PAID FOR HIDES, F=<ORBST3ILLB. 2'/CICH6 THEODORE KIEPER%, DEALER IN / Dry Goofls, GrocoEris Notions, Hla$ware, TWTl1'W7-AE=B-, WTC. Butter and Eggs Wanted and Highest Prices Paid. FORESTVILLE, MICH. CHRIS. LEONHARDT, Jr., Dealer in all kinds of Farm ImDploeints, Lachliiery, Wind Mills, Buggies, Wagons and Scales, FORESTVILLE, MICH. JOHN MVOLL, "DEALER IN PIAKO$, ORGA1KS A/id all kinds of MUSIOGR INSTRUMENTS, Residence' and P. 0. Address, FORESTVILLE, MICH. / CARSONVILLE. MICH. 112

Page  117 MUGAN & POTTS, PROPRIETORS OF Foprstvili Burt, A General Banking Business Transacted. COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY, ESTABLISHED 1894. FORESTVILLE, MICH. INT. 0.:POWTS, DEALER IN General Merchandise BOOTS AND SHOES, SHINGLES, LATH, LIME, CEMENT, HAIR AND ALL KINDS OF BUILDERS' HARDWARE, Also General Forwarding Agent, Telegraph Office in Connection; also Proprietor Forestville Dock. FORESTVILLE, MICH. TM S HARRISON HOUSE, FORESTVILLE. H. H. HARRISON, PROPRIETOR. Delightfully located overlooking Lake Huron. Open night and day during the season of navigation. FORESTVILLE, MICH. FOREST 110USE, A. RIEDEL, Proprietor. ALSO DEALER IN GRAIN & FARM PRODUCE, BARLEY A SPECIALTY. Forpestville, -.- i~. E. HINTZ,. MANUFACTURER OF WARRANTED HARNESS AND GENERAL DEALER IN HORSE FURNISHINGS, ALSO AGENT FOR WItLIAM DEERI HARVESTIR MAHINERY, FORESTVILLE, MIOCH. J. H. TRACE, DEALER IN Generai Merchcxndie, LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATH, LIME, BUILDING CEMENT, SALT, FLOUR, FEED, ETC. FORESTVILLE, MICH. EMIL ZWICKER, HORSESHOEING, Gelral Blackmithinl a~d ~oofl morkig Dealer ir; all kinds of HarduWare, FORESTIILLE, MICH. T. L. WARD, DEALER IN Gopie2lral MZrczhar~d-isz, FLOUR, FEED, ETC. ALSO PROPRIETOR OF THE CATO FROLLER FLoURiNG MILL, CHARLESTO1, SANILAC CO., MICH. IMPORTED PERCHERON STALLION POMPEY AMERICAN No. 2635. FRENCH No. 1227. "Pompey" is gray; stands 16 hands; weight about 1,700oo; foaled, 1882; imported, 1883; is well formed, with many unusually well developed points. I take pleasure in informing my friends and the public that I have purchased this imported stallion and would respectfully call your attention to bills for further information. a IWto XaEi oIfEl, Charleston, Saullac Co., Micih. C. GERSTENLAUER, Manufacturer and Dealer in Brick, Yari oa Sec. 14, Delawaro. TownsiD, CHARLESTON, MIOH. Correspondence solicited. VILLAGE OF PORT SANILAC. BUSINESS CARDS. BICKLE & EDWARDS, (Successors to W. H. Riley), PROPRIETOROS OF Garfield Roller Mills, MANUFACTURERS OF The Highest Grades of Flour, Dealers in all kinds of Grain, Special inducements to the trade. PORT SANILAC, MICH. 0. M. OLDFIELD, WHOLESALE DEALER IN HAY,GRAIN#CATTLE FARMER'S PRODUCE, Etc., RETAIL DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE, FARM I 'MLEMENTS, Etc. Telephone and Telegraph Connection with Detroit. PORT S ANILZC7W, -ICM. M. N. MUGAN, President. JOHN MUGAN, Cashier. RESPONSIBILITY UNLIMITED. IEXCHANKGE3 BANKI (Established May I, 1882). General Banking Business Transacted. Collections a Specialty. Law Office in Connection. PORT SANILAC, MICH.:E:. LJ CWT"S, DRUGGIST AND DEALER IN DRUGS, MEDICINES & CHEMICALS, FANCY AND TOILET ARTICLES, SPONGES, BRUSHES, PERFUMERY, SCHOOL BOOKS, ETC. Choice Domestic and Imported Cigars. PORT SANILAC, MICH. JOHN FALLS, Carriage & Blacksmith Shop t4orseshoeing and Repairing, PORT SANILAC, MICH. w. EL. iRnIZ-mrr"7 MANUFACTURER OF LIGHT AND HEAVYHARNESS OF ALL KINDS DEALER IN Trunks, Saddles, Robes, Whips and Harness Supplies, PORT SANILAC, MICH. STANDARD-BRED STALLION "ARTH UR D." 16,743, Amerioaxi Trottiilg Register, Was foaled the property of Hon. M. Davison, of Flint, Mich., 1889; is a beautiful Chestnut, with star, and two white ankks behind. Owned by w5, N. RILEy, - - - Port aizilac, Nich. ELWYN J. OLDFIELD, DEALER IN LUMBER, LATH AND SHINGLES, LIN4ME, HAIR, Etc. HARID AND SOFT COAl4. PORT SANILAC, MICH. H. C. OLDFIELD, PROPRIETOR OF THE Lake SideFruit Farm One of the Largest Plantations of Small Fruits in Eastern Michigan. PORT SANILAC, MICH. BILLIAF(D WARLOPI&. JOHN s. MAssMAN, PRoP. A Fiye Sample Roo00 and a fine stock of Cigars and Liquors always on haqd. PORT SANILAC, MICH, G. M. &W. A. OLDFIELD, PROPRIETORS OF NEWYORK CLOTHING STORE DEALERS IN Gnlts'Ulothing, Furnislhin Goods, Hats and Caps BOOTS AND SHOES, ETC. A first-class MERCHANT TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT in connection. FORT SANILAC, MICH. GEO. W. PETERS, PROPRIETOR PORT8ANILAG MEATMARKET VWe keep oi hand a full supply of Fresh, Salt, Smoked and Dried Meats, PORT SANILAC, MICH. UNION HOIUSL, GEORGE WILLIAMS, PROP. A first-class hotel in every way. Livery in connection; Also, proprietor Carsonville Stage Line. PORT SANILAC, MICH. G. SCHLICHTING, DEALER IN Furniture and Undertaking Goods, AND FUNERAL DIRECTOR. DEALER IN Dry Goods, Boots an3ihes, Grocerieos, Etc. WHOLESALE DEALER IN BUTTER AND EGGS, BROWN CITY, MICH. FRANK SNYDER, F OSTM7yCSTB 2, Gopveyapeer apd Notary Public, with Seal, REAL ESTATE A SPECIALTY. BROWN CITY, MICH. H. R. RICE. T. C. MAPES. RICE & MAPES, DEALERS IN Hardware, Stoves, Tinware, Pumps, Paints and Oils, Sash, Doors and Blinds and Builders' Supplies, Also dealers in1 Pianos and Organs. TIN SHOP IN CONNECTION. BROB&MI CITY, BUICH. JAMES E. SMITH, General Blacksmith oiWagon Repairer Horseshoeing a Specialty, BROWN CITY, MICH, COMMEROIAL TRADE SOLICITED. EVERYTHING FIRST-3LASS PORT SANILxAo, -- MICH-i. VILLAGE OF BROWN CITY. BUSINESS CARDS. H PrrPiIIon HII ouQ, J,,WtHARRINGTON, Prop, BROWN CITY, MICH. J. 13. SHERK, DEALER IN BOOTS AND SHOES BROWN CITY, MICH. JOHN EDMONDS, MADB[E & GRANITE MONUMENTS Made to Order, BROWN CITY, MICH. Office, opposite Post Office. Residence, Harrington House. DR. J, A. WATSON, BROWN CITY, MICH. Office Days-Mondays and Saturdays. Office Hours-From o10 A. M. to I P. M. Sundays-2 to 4 P. M. E. A. DONALDSON, DEALER IN Roualh ail Dross6e Lumber of all kinRds, SHINGLES, LATH AND PICKETS, BROWN CITY, MIGH. NEELY & WATSON, MANUFACTURERS OF White Lily FloiP, Roller Backwhoeat Flour Feed and Ghoice Bolted Gorp Meal, BROWN CITY, MICH. "113

Page  118 ESTABLISHED 1891. ~rpoxa G~itp: IBap1~l OF NOBLE & BENEDICT. A General Banking Business Done. Money Loaned on Good Security at Reasonable Rates. Drafts For Sale on Principal Foreign Cities. BROWN CITY, MICH. "GEO. ETHERINGTON, DEALER IN Agricultural Implements, Walols, Buggies, Cutters, Road Carts, Etc, BROWN CITY, MICH. JOHN MAKELIM, Law ard Iurarnce All matters intrusted to nl care carefhllp arid promptlD attended to. BROWN CITY, MICH. FRED. McDOUGALL, FRANK McDOUGALL, Deputy Sheriff for Sanilac Co. Agent for all kinds of Office at BUGGIES, ROAD CARTS, BROWN CITY, MICH. WAGONS AND SLEIGHS. McDOUGALL BROS., PROPRIETORS OF THE BROWN CITY LIVERY FIRST-GLA8S TURNOUTS. 0B0V7OWIT CITrwr iM1ICioiS. E. HERBERT, MANUFACTURER OF Vaonlls, Bllliox, Sloiali utCtiefs, Eta, ALSO GENERAL BLACKSMITH, HORSESHOBING A SPECIALTY, BROWN CITY, MICH. GEO. W. DAFOE, Justice of the Peace aud Insurance All business will receive prompt attention. Correspondence solicited. BROWN CITY, MICH. CHARLES GOHEEN, DROVER, DEALER & BUYER OF ALL K[NDS OF STOCK RESIDENCE, SEC. 29, MAPLE VALLEY TWP. P. 0. BroWn City, Midi. BROWN CITY BANNER L. H. HOWSE, Editor aid Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION, $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. FINE JOB WORK A SPECIALTY BROWN CITY, MICH. J. A. RAPLEY, Attorney-at-Law, PROBATE LAW AND COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY. BROWN CITY, NIC4H. JOHN J. MCKNIGHT. ROBT. McKNIGHT. McKNIGHT & SON, Manufacturers of and Dealers in Plows, Harrows, Land Rollers, Gang-plows, Cultivators, Binders and Mowers. Saw Mill, Foundry and Macbine ShoD, Planing Mill. BROWN CITY, MICH. W. J. TAYLOR, Physician and Surgeon, Office, opposite Post Office. B3ROWVN CITY, MICH. VALLEY CENTRE. BUSINESS CARDS. H. A. COOK & CO., GENERAL MERCHANTS, AND DEALERS IN Hay, Grain and all Farm Produee. Also Shipments made promptly in Car Lots. We make a specialty of shipping first-class Butter, Honey and Eggs. Will pay highest prices for same. Give us a trial. VALLEY CENTRE, MICH. CAMPBELL HOUSE, THOS. CAMPBELL, Prop. Good Acceommrodations for the Travelipg Phblic. Rates Reasonable. VALLEY CENTRE, MICH. DUGAN CAMPBELL, General Blacksmith and Wagon Maker REPAIRING PROMPTLY DONE, VALLEY CENTRE, MICH. JOHN EARLES, Veterinary Surgeon, All Diseases of Horses, Cattle, Sheep, etc., successfully treated. Charges reasonable. RESIDENCE, SEC. 25, MAPLE VALLEY TOWNSHIP, P. 0. VALLEY CENTRE, MICH. I. R. WADSWORTH, BREEDER OF Full-blood Durham and Jersey Cattle, Shropshire-dowi Sh1eep a Specialty. RESIDENCE AND P. O. ADDRESS, VALLEY CENTRE, MICH. MELVIN VILLAGE. BUSINESS CARDS. THOS. E. BEADLE, Builder poContractor, We do first-class work and guarantee satisfaction. RESIDENCE, SEC. 29, SPEAKER TOWNSHIP, P. 0., MELVIN, MICH. MELVIN HOUSE, JOHN H. KING, PROP. The only hotel in the place and first-class in every way. MELVIN, MICH. H. J. McPHEE & CO., DEALERS IN Grain of all kinds, Coal, Lime, Etc. MELVIN AND BROWN CITY, MICH. H. SUMMERS, Horseshoeiuf al GQnelral Blacksmithinl Repairing Neatly arid Proniptly Done," MELVIN, MICH. CHAS. DEWEY, DEALER IN DryGoods, Groceries, Boots, Shoes CIothiri, Jtlats, gaps, Notions, Etc. mELviN, micH. VILLAGE OF PECK. BUSINESS CARDS. LEONHARD & TEAL, DEALERS IN Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Clothing, etc. NMillinery in Connection. PECK, MICH. DR. TOAL, Physiciarn. and Surgeon, Graduate of Detroit College of Medicine. PECK, MICH. 0. B. JACOBS, DEALER IN Farming Implements and Machinery, Buggies, Wagons, etc. PECK, MICH. S. J. WEST, General Blacksmilih, Wood and Iron Worker. All work first class. Horseshoeing a specialty. PECK, MICH. WM. SMAFIELD, Justice of the Peace, Collections promptly attended to. Correspondence solicited. PECK, MICH. JAMES GIBSON, BOOTS AND SHOES. ALL GOODS FIRIST CLASS. Also proprietor of Stage Line from Peck to Yale. PECK, MICH. L. E. COCHRAN, M. D. Graduate of Regular School, Medical Department, Western Reserve of Cleveland, Ohio, Class of 1891. PECK, MICH. VILLAGES OF ROSEBURG AND SPEAKER. BUSINESS CARDS. WN4. McINTYRE, DEALER IN Dry Goolds, Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Etc. Farmn Produce taken in exchange for Goods. / STORE AND RESIDENCE, / One Mile East of Roseburg, Mid.h. WM. H. McKENZIE, Auctioneer, -ANDDEALER IN HAY, STRAW, ETC.; PROPRIETOR OF STEAM HAY PRESS; BUYS AND SELLS REAL ESTATE. RESIDENCE, SEC. 29, FREMONT, P. 0., ROSEBURG, MICT. SAMUIIL ALLEN, Goperali Blaclksniti, uilter, C onractor and Stone Mason, Work guaranteed to give satisfaction, / RESIDENCE,/SEC. 20, FREMONT TOWNSHIP, P. O.,/ROSEBURG, MICH. /./! JAMES FOSTER, PDRUESMT, PECK, MICHIGAN. R. B. TUCKER, DEALER IN FURNITURE AND UNDERTAKING GOODS, EMBALMING A SPECIALTY. Also, Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. Tin Shop in connection. Repairing neatly done. SANILAC COUNTY. PECK, MICH. THE AMERICAN HOUSE, N. W. HOLMES, Proprietor. Good Sample Rooms for Commercial Men. Livery and Stabling in connection. Rates reasonable. PECK, MICH. 114 t

Page  119 HIEL DAFOE, DEALER IN PRESSED HMY, STR4W, Etc. We pa the highest rqar1oet priee arid solicit uour trade. FjOSEBUFjG, MICH. "T. H. MOORE, DEALER IN DRY GOODS, GROCERIES Boots, Shoes, Notions, crockery, Etc. Prcduce taken in exchange for goods. ROSEBURG, MICH. Ia. F. VAJ'NCRJIP, DEALER IN DRY GOODS, GROCERIES Boots, Shoes, Notions, Etc. Agent for the White Sewing Machine. SALSO, GENERAL BLACKSMITH. Horseshoeing a Specialty. SPEAKIEL, LTCI L. leddclioiffe Jouse, J. N. ZAVITS, Prop. A good Hotel in every way. Good accommodations for horses. Prices reasonable. SPEAKER, MICH. ANDREW MOORE, DEALER IN Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Ready-made Clothing. Also, carries a full line of DRUGS, STATIONERY, ETC. SPEAKER, M1CH. A. NIOORE, BREEDER OF Full-bred Imported Jersey Cattle All stock registered. Correspondence solicited. SPEAKER,, MICH. GEORGE CLAYTON, OWNER AND REEPER OF "L. McQinty." A fine stallion, 3 years old, sired by " Logan Chief," stands 15 hands high, and has fine action. SPEAKER, MICH. P. WILLIAMSON, GENERAL. MERCHANT, General Merclharedise, Dry Goods and Groceries, Boots and Shoes, Hats apd Caps, Tobacco and Cigars, Etc. SPEAKER, MICH. THOMAS GRIMES, BREEDER OF Full-blood Durham Cattle, ALL STOCK REGISTERED, RESIDENCE, SEC. Lo, SPEAKER, P. 0., SPEAKER, MICH. SPEAKECR JHOUSE, J. W. LONG, Prop. Everything first-class in every way. Good barn in connection. SPEAKER, MICH. VILLAGES OF TYRE, ARGYLE AND ELMER. BUSINESS CARDS. TYRE HOTEL, ALFRED GUNNING, Prop. First-class in all departments. Rates reasonable. TYRE, MICH. TYRE ELEVATOR JAMES WATSON, Prop. All kinds of Grain handled. The highest market price paid for same. TYRE, MICH. *Dr. . E. 74ooper, TYRE, MICH. Graduate of Western University, London, Canada. Special attention paid to diseases of women and children. ALEX. MacDONALD & CO., DEALERS IN Clothil, Goener Merchlandise, Groceries Hardware, Paints and Oils. Branch Store at Ubly. Post Office at Tyre. TYRE, MICH. A. O'SULLIVAN, DEALER IN G cn oral Morel7c an dlisc, Hardware, Boots and Shoes. All goods fist class. Priceslow. TY:RE, 7UIICH. 0. E. KEWLEY, DRUGGIST, Also, fostmastsr apd Township COlrl. TPYRE, NMJICI-H. D. D, McNaughton, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Graduate of U. of M. ALSO, DEALER IN Drugs & Medicines, Toilet Articles & Cigars, ARGYLE, MICH. Th~e /\r~yle h~ou~et, N. VATTER, Prop. A first-class Hotel in every way. Prices reasonable. Notary Public. Collections a Specialty. ANDREW McLACHLIN, DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE FARMN4 IMNPLENIENTS, ARGYLE, MICH. FREDERICK DARR, Geperal Blacksmithk Wood Worker Horseshoeing a Specialty. Repairing done to order. Good work at low prices. ARGYLE CENTRE, MICH. STRIFFLER BROS. DEALERS IN General Merchandise, Paints and Oils of all kinds. Goods first-class and cheap as the cheapest. Successors to D. ROSS. ARGYLE, MICH. ALBERT fl. WHEELER, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, All collections promptly attended to. P. 0. ARGYLE, MICH. W. H. NYE, PROPRIETOR ARGYLE FLOUR & SAW MILL Flour, Feed ana Luiber of all kinMs for sale, ARGYLE, MIGCH. SOLOMAN FREIBURGER, General Blacksmith, All Work First-class. Sbop located op gnc. 2, Argyle Townsbip, P. 0. rgyle, Clieh. RALPH STEVENS, MANUFACTURER OF LUMVBER. CUSTOM SAWING A SPECIALTY. Mill o? SecZ. 28, Argple, P. 0., Argyle, Mich. MATTHEW SEDER, THRESHER, All work first-class. Give me a call. P. 0., ARGYLE, MICGH. CHARLES REINELT, DEALER IN ALL KINDS DRESSED LUMBER, LATH, SHINGLES, MOULDINGS, ETC. Also, proprieor Saw 3Ail located on Section 7, Wheatland Towns/hip, and Planing li'll at Deck/erzville, Aich. 1P. 0., AxRtCIV'E, 1l M1ICH. WESLEY REINELT, IDALESmTAEEW0oNEYo ro LCOAN All business transacted with me will be done on reasonable terms. Residence, Section 18, Wlieatlandi Township. Correspondence Solicited. P. 0., AIRGVIE, MICH. JOHN HYSLOP, fNrnw0RN FlY. Notary Public and Conveyancer, Collector and Money Loaner. Collections promptly attended to. ELMER CITY, MICH. THE ELMER HOUSE, JAS. O'CONNOR, Proprietor. GOood Sample Rooms and Stabling. Rates $1 00 per day. ELMER CITY, MICH. W. D. RAGAN, DEALER IN Groceries and Produce, GENERAL MERCHANDISE, FIRST-CLASS GOODS, PRICES LOW. JAMES L. MOFFATT, GENERAL MANAGER. ELMIER CITY, MIOH. JOHN BANKS, DEALER IN DRY GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, GROCERIES, ETC. ALSO, P. M. ELMIER CITY, MICH. VILLAGE OF DOWNINGTON. BUSINESS CARDS. THE MARION MARBLE WORKS. PENNELL & MNIEGHORN, Manufacturers of and Dealers in ~L2aPnle&Gia rALe /Aonu men[b Headstortes arpd Cdt B&ildipýg Stopze. Sanilac County Work a Specialty. DOWNINGTON, MICH. WILLIAM GRIMES, DEALER AND BREEDER OF HIGH-GRADE AND FULL-BRED LEICESTERSHIRE SHEEP Residence, Sec. 10, Speaker Township. Correspondence solicited. P. 0., SPEAKER, MICH. I mmý "15

Page  120 FP.e S. X I ETS, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW; AND DEALER IN REAL ESTATE, DOWNINGTON, MICH. W. I. WILSON, DEALER IN Hardware, Builders'Supplies, Stoves Tinware, Woodenware, Lamps, Paints and Oils, Sash and Doors, DOWNINGTON, MICH. A General Banking Business Transacted. - OF ELI BIRTTCH. Money Loaned on Real Estate and Chattel Security. Interest Paid on Deposits. "DoWnin~ton, IMich. Dr J. 0 C. TOTTEK, Druggist and Chemist DEALER IN Drogs dnll 1teidciros, PFur icamicals, Toilet Articles and Fancy'Goods, DOWNINGTON, MICH. A. R. CONRAD. H. A. WELCH. CONRAD & WELCH, DEALERS IN Ge~nercI N'1srcb~n-tits, DOWNINGTON, MICH. OUR MOTTO-Prompt Service and Good Work. THOMAS E. MORDEN, General Blacksmith, Horseshoeing-New Shoes, 2oc.; Setting, Ioc.; Setting Tires, 40c. Wood Shop in Connection. DOWNINGTON, MICH. J. IH. HARTSHORN & SON, PROPRIETORS OF HOWARD HOUSE Good Livery in Connection. DOWNINGTON, MICH. JOHN SOUTHWORTH, (Successor to Downing & Southworth) DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE, ESTABLISHED 1870. DOWNINGTON, VMICH. DOWNINGTON FOUNDRY WM. STIPE, Proprietor. General Blacksmith, Dealer in Agricultural Implements, Etc. DoWNINCTON, MICH. GEORGE E. PAIGE, DEALER IN Agricultural Implements and Farming Machinery, Wagons, Buggies, Carts, Etc. DOWNINGTON, MICH. JAMES TATE, Dealer and Shipper of ALL KINDS OF I STOCK I pay the highest market price for same. P. 0., DOWNINGTON, MICH. VILLAGE OF SHABBONA. BUSINESS CARDS. ESTABLISHED 1890. WM. F=. eHLeRS, Dealer in Foreign and Domestic DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, GROCERIES, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, Crockery, Hardware, Farm Implements, etc. SHABBONA, MIICH. JOHN PARROTT, Manufacturer of LUMBER AND SHINGLES. Also, Prop. Feed Mill. Lumber and Shingles for Sale. P. 0., SHABBONA, MICH. R. JENEREAUX, Gwral Blale ilt acu Wagon Maler, Horse Shoeing a Specialty. All work First Class. SHABBONA, MIOIH. GEO. W. GOTHAM, DEALER IN DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, NOTIONS, BOOTS AND SHOES. Prices Low, call and see. SHABBONA, MICH. H. LESLIE & SONS,. Secs. 34 and 35 Evergreen. BREEDERS OF Full-blood Durham Cattle and Shopshire Sheep. All stock registered. Correspondence solicited. P. 0., SHABBONA, MICH. A. W. TRUESDELL, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Graduate of Royal Medical School, KINGSTON, ONT. Located at SHABBONA, MICH. VILLAGE OF APPLEGATE. BUSINESS CARDS. B. E. BOND, PROPRIETOR OF THE APPLEGATE FOUNDRY MOULDINGS, CASTINGS. FITTINGS, ETC. Plow Points a Specialty. APPLEGATE, MICH. J. R. GRT:H7:H T, DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE AND PRODUCE, APPLEGATE, MICH. MUNN & SHERMAN, DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE Dry Goods, Groceries, Notions, etc.-, etc. Farm Produce Bought and Sold. APPLEGATE, MICH. CONLEN HOUJSE, T. CONLEN, Prop. GOOD TRANSIENT ACCOMMODATION. Best glass of Beer on the Narrow-Guage Line. APPLEGATE, MICH. THOS. ELLIOT I',. DEALOR IN Drugs, Stationery, Groceries, Tobacco V Cigars SHOEMAKER AND REPAIRING. APPLEGATE, MICH. MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS CARDS. ESTABLISHED 18S2. CAPITAL, $30,000 THE CASS CITY BANK, CASS CITY, MNICH. C. W. MCPHAIL, Prop. 0. K. JANES, Cashier. CASS CITY, MICH. E. H. PINNEY, Proprietor. H. L. PINNEY, Cashier. THE EXCHANGE BANK. JOHN T. JONES, PROPRIETOR Kenekajig Stock Farm ALSO_, BREEDER OF Short-horni Dulrham Cattle & Clydesflalo Horses Stock of all kinds for sale. Correspondence solicited. Residence, Sec. 22, Greenleaf, P. 0., CASS CITY, MICH. JOHN WALDON, APIARIST, Btoes aurd Hore(~ FoP Sale. Correspondence Solicited. P. 0., CASS CITY, MICH. D. L. GILBERT, BREEDER OF Full-Blood Amerfican Merino Sheep. Also, Manufacturer, of MAPLE SYRUP. Maple Syrup a Specialty. Residence, Sec. 15, Gieenleaf, P. O., CASS CITY, MICH. ANDREW J. SEEGER, PROPRIETOR G7EE/LE4qF r STOCK FqM. BREEDER OF SHORT-HORN DURHAM CATTLE; ALSO, BREEDER OF FULL-BLOOD SHEEP. CORRESPONDENCE soLICITED. Residenee, See. 18, Greenleaf, P. 0., OASS CITY, MICH. JAMES McNEIL, DEALER IN G({noial a1 Mcrhar1disz REAL ESTATE I\9LOAN AGENCY, Postmaster and Notary Public. GRIENLEAF, MICH. JOHN McCALLUM, General Blacksmith, ALL WORK GUARANTEED. HORSE SHOEING A SPECIALTY. SHOP LOCATED AT GREENLEAF. GRENLT EAI P. 0, VICH.i WM. McDONALD, PROPRIETOR McDONALD HOTEL LTBLEY, MICH. ALSO BREEDER OF CLYDESDALE HORSES, Farm on Sec. 30, Delaware Township, P. 0., Ubley, Huron Co., Mich. JOHN HIGGINS, BREEDER OF - STANDARD-BRED HORSES, / FULL-BLOOD JERSEY CATTLE, Residence, Sec. 19, Delaware Township, Cedardale, Mi h. Correspondence solycited. / / / ESTABLISHED 1886. CAPITAL, $35,000. Cass City, Mich. LAING &-JflS, QBEuERL Nn[Reua<uTs, AND ROPRIEIORS CASS CITY ROLLER MILLS, CASS CITY, MICH. 116 J

Page  121 J. REYNOLDS, DEALER IN General Merchandise, Boots, Shoes and Ready-made Clothing, Etc. Butter and Eggs and all kinds of Farm Produce taken in exchange for goods, and the highest market price paid for same. AMIADORE, MCIOH. wViT SIV1:ITE3IH, BREEDER AND DEALER IN Full-blood Short-horn Durham Cattle, Full-blood Suffolk Hogs a Specialty. All Stock Registered. Correspondence Solicited. Resideiice, Sec. 2z, WorthI Twp. P. 0., AMADORE, MIGH. JOSEPH GALBRAITH, BREEDER OF Full-blood Short-horn Durham Cattle Buying and Selling Stock a Specialty. P. 0., AMADORE, MIGH. MICHAEL O'SHEA, Carpenter, Builder and Contractor, A First-class Job Guaranteed. Residence, Seec. 26, Austin Township, All correspondence will receive prompt attention. FREIBURGERS, MICH. JOHN HUNT, BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR. All work done in first-class order. Residence, Sec, 22, Austin Township. Correspondence solicited. P. 0. Address, Freibdtrgters, Micl1. JOSEPH PETER, BLACKSMITH & WACON MAKER, All work first class. Patronage solicited. Stop Located on Sec. 27, Austin Township, P. 0. FREIBURGERS, MICH. JOSEPH FREIBERGER, CARPENTER 0"CONTRACTOR Stone Masonry a specialty. Patronage solicited. RESIDENCE, SEQ. 30, MINDEN. P. 0., FREIBURGERS, MICH. A. C. GRAHAM, DEALER IN General Merchandise, Farmers' Produce Bought and Sold. Dressmaking and Millinery, Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Hardware, Medicines. Agent for Standard Sewing Machines. Also, Notary Public. Freiburgers, Sanilac Co., Miich. T. A. 4MILLS, DEALER IN Goeeral Merchandise and Produce, Fine Groceries, Furnishing and Fancy Goods, a General Line of Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes. MILLS, MIOCH. T. NM. BRADSHAW, Justice of the Peace. All business entrusted to my care will receive prompt attention. Correspondence solicited. CTJMB El, IVIHO. J. A. GRAHAM, DEALER IN Dry M s, Groceries, Boots anW Xhis, HARDNWARE, E]to. ]rPoduee iBought arld Sold. CUMBER, MICH. JAMIES GRENLEATF, STOCK BREEDER. HIGH-GRADE DURHAM CATTLE. Full-blood Shropshire Sheep a Specialty. Residence, Sec. 24, Greenleaf, P. 0., CUMNIBER, MICH. The Imported Pure-bred Clydesdale Stallion SPRINGHOLM, No. 4030,Vol. 7, Clydesdale Stud Book. Imported from Scotland by James Dalziel, Chesterfield, Ontario. Springholm is a dark bay horse with black points and very little white. Residence, Sec. 27, Lamotte. WALTER JACKSON, PROP. P. 0., MARLETTE, MICH. WM. BOTHWELL, GENERAL BLEAI@MTH, Repairing done Promptly. Terms Reasonable Residence, Sec. 34, Lamotte Twp., P. 0., MARLETTE, MICH. ROBT. PIDD, APIARIST, Bees and Honey for Sale. All orders for Honey promptly filled. Correspondence solicited. Residence, Sec. 27, Lamotte Twp., P. 0., MNARiLETTE, MICHo. MAMMOTH POULTRY YARD. ALLEN HENDRICKSON, PROP. BREEDER OF Light and Dark Brahmas, Langshans, Wyandotts, Spangled Hamburgs, Rose Comb, White Leghorns and Spanish Game. Eggs in season. Young stock in Fall. Residence, Sec. 33, Lamotte Twp., P. 0., MARLETTE, MIOH. PETER FAIR, P. M. AND DEALER IN Genlral Morchanllise, Boots and Shoos, etc, GENERAL BLACKSMITH AND PRACTICAL HORSESHOER. RESIDENCE, SECTION 21, WHEATLAND. P. 0. CHEViNGSTON, MICH. A. W. TRITYSDELL, Physician and Surgeon, Allopathic School of Medicine. Graduated at Royal Medical School, Kingston, Ont. Residence, Section 21, Wheatland Township. P. 0., CHEVI/GSTON, MICJ. H. P. SMITH, DEALER IN MICHIGAN LANDS, ALSO BREEDER OF BLOODED STOCK, HOLSTEIN CATTLE A SPECIALTY. SAGINAW, - EAST SIDE. PFRANK LAWRENCE, REAL ESTATE AND ABSTRACT OFFICE. I have complete Abstract of Titles to all Lands in Saginaw County, and make a specialty of furnishing Abstracts of Titles, Placing Loans and Perfecting Defective Titles, for all of which I have unequaled facilities. ChOei Farming Lands and City ProDerry for Sale on Long Time., If you wish to Buy, Sell or Exchange Real Estate of any description, please give me a call. MONEY TO LOAN. Sagina',-*w, 3t S., Milelt. DANIEL SOMMERVILLE, BREEDER OF Full-blood Duriam Gattle. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. Residence, Sec. 12, Greenleaf Township, P. 0., HOLBROOK, MICH. JOHN TANNER, Builder t Contractor All work first class. Prices low. Give mnie a call and satisfy yourself. Residence, Sec. 11, Greenleaf, P. 0,, HOLBROOK, MICH. KIVEL & PAUL, DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE, HOLBROOK, MICH. H. B. BURT, Carpenter and Joiner Contractor and Builder. Also, Auctioneer. RESIDENCE, SEC, 35, GREENLEAF, P. 0., WIGKWARE, MIGt. ALBERT WICKWARE, Wagon Maker and General Blacksmith Postmaster and Justiee of the Peaee. Collections promptly attended to. Business solicited. WICKWARE, SANILAC CO,, MICH. WARREN, WEYDEMEYER & BRO., DEALERS IN Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes, GOODS FIRST-CLASS. PRICES LOW. CRth,D SEE FoR VowRSEi1rsEs. VIoKWAVERE, == lIbOHr. LESTER J. BILLINGS, DEALER IN Groceries, Boots and Shoes, Butter and Eggs taken in exchange for goods. CORA C. TODD, POSTMISTRESS, EAST FREMONT P. 0., ALSO DEALER IN Groceries and Notions RESIDENCE, SEC. 3, P. 0., EAST FREMONT, MICH. HENRY BELTON, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, We do first-class work at reasonable prices, RESIDENCE, SEC. 8, FREMONT, P. 0., EAST FREMONT, MICH. EDWARD SMITH, GENERAL MERCHANT ALSO, DEALER IN Hay, Grain, Farm Produce of all kinds, Lumber, Lath and Shingles. W. H. MILLER, I-rst.cr", MicE General Manager. C A:O, LvCTCHIA GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED. CHiAS. MONTAGUE, Proprietor. CHAS. WILSEY, Cashier. JOHN BORLAND, President. JOHN BORLAND, JR., Cashier. VWALTER WALKER, Vice-Pres. W. J. ABES, Ass't Cashier. LAPEER CO5NTY BANK. PAIlD-UP ClPlrTgli, $50,000. I/EELJAIY COLT-2-, - "MVICOEH. F. F. ROQERS, Civil Engineer, 501 HURON AVENUE, PORT HURON, MICoH. OHAS. GOOD&eN, BREEDER OF FULL-BLOOD DURHAM CATTLE. ALL STOCK REGISTERED. Residence, Sec. 6, Lamotte Twp., P. 0., NOVESTA, MICH. ALEX. FAREWELL, Attorney-at-Law, Collections a Specialty. Correspondence Solicited. P. 0., JEDDO, MICH. HENRY PATTEN, J. P. -ANDCONTFRACTOFR + AND + B-ILDEFj, All work first class. Corresfpondence solicited. Residence, Section 33, Wheatland Townslhip. P. 0., 0BA.RNNEi, MIC-H. ELK TP. LAUREL P. 0., MICH. 117

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Page  123 INDEX TO STATE MAP OF MICHIGAN. EXPLANATION. To find the name of any place oil the Map, first find the name in the index; opposite the name will be seen the number and letter designating it on the Map; then trace a direct line on the map from the number given to a point where it meets a direct line running from the letter given, and at or near this point will be found the name desired. County seat in full face type. I Ry., or Rys., Railway. ~Telegraph Station. X Population unknown, or less * Money Order Post Office. than 100. All Towns in Roman type are Post Ofi.ces. All Towns in Italic type are n. 1P-ost Offices. Ad., Adams Express. N. P., orthern Pacific. Am., American Expres. U. S..:nited States Express. Can., Canadian. Pac Pacific Express. Dona., Dominion Express. -Prepaid Station. NYatl., National Express. RAILROADS~ 1. Alba, East Jordan & Frederic. Frederic, J 9, to East Jordan, 18. 2. Au Sable & Northwestern. Au Sable, K 12, to Bear Lake, 110. McKinley, J 11, to Luzerne, K 10. 3. Bear Lake & Eastern. Pierport, K 5, to Pleasanton, K 5. 4. Cadillac & Northeastern. See Grand Rapids and Indiana. 5. Chicago, Kalalnazoo & Saginaw. Kalamazoo, S 7, to Woodbury, Q8. 6. Chicago, MIilwaukee & St. Paul. Champion, C 15, to Milwaukee, Wis., leaving the State near Iron Mountain, E 15: Ontoiagon, B 13, to Channing, D 15. 7. Chicago & Grand Trunk. Port Huron, Q 16, to Chicago, 'll., leaves the state near Edwardsburgh, U 6. 8. Chicago & Northwestern. Chicago, Ill., to Michigamme, C 15, entering the state near Menominee, I 2; Narenta, G 3, to Metropolitan F 1, and Calumet Mine F 1; Powers, G 2, to Amasa, D 15, and Watersmeet, D 13; Mastadon, E 15, to Dunn Mine, D 15; Cascade Junction, D 2, to Palmer, D 1; Clowry, D 1, to Granite, D 1; Wabik, D 1, to Champion, D 1; Escanaba, G 3, to Crystal Falls, D 15; Milwaukee, Wis., to Ironwood, C 11, enters the State at State Line, D 13; Watersmeet, D 13, to Interior, Choate, D 13, and Craigsmere, C 13, to Robbinss, C13. 9. Chicag-o & West Michigan. Grand Rapids, Q 7. to La Crosse Ind., leaving the state near New Buffalo, U 4; Pent water, N 5, to Allegan,R 6; B. R. Junction, P 5, to Big Rapids, N 7; Mears, N 5, to Hart, N 5; Grand Rapids, Q 7, toPetoskey, H 9; Traverse City, J 7, to Carp Lake, J 6; Muskegon, P 5, t) Fruitport, P 6 and Kirks Junction, P 5; Lilley, N 6, to Sisson, N 6; West Troy, N 6, to Brookings, N 6; Holland, R 5, to Ottawa Beach, R 4; Williamsburgh, J 7, to Elk Rapids, J 7; Cherrie, H 8, to Irouton, H 8. 10. Chippewa Valley. Manistee, L 5, to Luther',',M 6; Clement Jc., M 5, to Clement, 10 miles. 11. Cincinnati, Jackson & MAackinaw. Allegan, R 6, to Dundee, T 12; Addison, T 10, to Franklin, Ohio, leaving the state ner Waldron, U 10. 1I%. Cincinnati, Saginaw & Mackinaw. Durand, Q 11, to Oaatka Beach, N 12. -. Cincinnati, Wabash and Michigan. See Cleveland, Cincin- nati, Chicago & St. Louls. 13. Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis. St. Joseph T 4, to Anderson, Ind., leaving the state near Truitt's, U 5. 14. Detroit, Bay City 8z Alpena. Alger, M 11, to Alpena, 112; Emery Junction, L 12, to Hunt, K 11i; Mud Lake Junction, K 10, West, Smith Junction, K 11, to Rose City, L 11. 15. Detroit, Grand Haven & Milwaukee. Detroit, S 14, to Grand Haven, Q 5. 16. Detroit, Lansing" & Northern. Detroit, S 14, to=Howard City, 0 7; Ionia, Q 8, to Big Rapids, N 7; Howard City, 0 7, to East Saginaw, 0 11; Belding, P 8, to Kiddville, P 8; Rodney, N 8, to Chippewa Lake, N 8; Grand Ledge, Q 9, to Grand Rapids. Q 6; Alma, 0 9, to Ithaca, P 9. 17. Duluth, South Shore & Atlantic. Point Saint Ignace, F 8, to Duluth, Minn., -leaving the state near Montreal, C 11; Soo Junction, E 8, to Sault de Sainte Marie, D 10; Humboldt, D 1 to. Republic, D 1; Houghton, B 14, to Nestoria, C 15; Bessemer Junction, C I1, to Bessemer, C 11; Win throp Junction, D 1. to -Marquette, D 2; Hancock, A 14, to L'Uke Linden, A 15; Junctiou, A 14, to Allouez, A 15; Houglhton, A 14, to Red Jacket, A 14; Franklin, A 14, to Qiiincy Mine. 1 8. ]Escanaba, Iron M.ountain & W~estern. See Chicago & Northwestern. 19. Flint & Pere MIarquette, Toledo, O.. V 13, to Ludington, M5; East Saginaw, O 11, to Sagiil w, O 11; East Saginaw, O t2, to Bay City, O 12; Flint River Junction, P 12, to Fostoria, P 13; Gladwin, M; 10, to Mount Pleasant, N" 9; Clare, M 9, to Meredith, M 9; Manistee Junction, M 5, to Manistee, L 5; Wingleton, NS 6, to Star Lake, N 6; Crooked L=ke, N" 9, to Sherman City, N 9; Port Huron, Q 16, to Eaist Saginaw, O 12; Port Huron, Q 16, to Sand Beach, N 15; Palm Station, 0O14, to Port Austin, M 14; Port Huron, Q 16, to A1 -lnont, Q 14; Yale, P 14, to Zion, Q 15; Oak, S 13, to Dehray, S 13; Brown City, P 14, South. 80. Frost Shing'le Co. Kenton, O 13, to Withey, 0 13. --. ]Frankfort & Southeastern. See Toledo, Ann Arbor & North Michigan.: 31. Grand ]Rapids & Indianar. Mackinaw City, G 9, to Richmond, Ind., leaving the State near Sturgts, U 7; Walton, K 7, to Traverse City, J 7; Mil ton Junction, M 7, to Carey, Ml 6; Petoskey, H 9, to Harbor Springs, 11 8; Missaukee Junction, L 7, to Lake City, L 8; Grand Rapids, Q 7, to Muskegon, P 5; Clarion, H 8, to Bear Lake, H 8; Osseola Jc., If 8, to Ola, 5M 8; Cadillac, L 8, to Lake City, L 8. 22. Grand River. Grand Rapids, Q 7, to Grand Haven, Q 5, 23. Grand Trunk. Dtlroit, S 11, to Porn..l-, M2ND., le-mivng the state at Fort Gratiot, Q 16; Lenox, Q 15, to Jackson, S 10. -. Grayling' Twin Lake & Northern. See Michigan Central. 24. Hancock & Calumet. See D flufh, South Shore and Atlantic. 2.5. Indiana, Illinois & Iowa. Wheatfield, Ind., to New Buffalo, U 3. 26. Injalls, White RApids & Northern. InfIalls, H 2, to Kellsville, H1. 27. Iron Range & IHuron Bay. Champion, C 15, to Arvon, B 15. 28. Lake Shore & MAichig'an Southern. Chicaga, Ill., to BufSItlo, N. Y., entering the State near Whilte Pigeon, U 7, and leavinr the State near Ottawa Lake, U 12; White Pigeon, U 7, to Gran:t Rapids, Q 6; Toledo. 0., U 13, to Detroit, S 14; Monroe, U 13, to Adrian, U 11; Adrian, U 11, to Jackson, S 10; Lansing, R 9, to Jonesville, T 10; Chiandler, T 13, to Fayette, Ohio, U 10; ypsilhnti, S 12, to Hillsdale, U 9; Jackson, S 10, t, Fort W Lyne, [n.1l, leaving the State near Montgomery, U 9; Findley, U 7, to Gshen, Ind., U 6. 29. ]Lowell & Hastings. Lowell, Q 7, to Freeport, R 7. 30. MAancelona & Northwestern. Mancelona, J 8, to 12 miles northwest. 31. M anistee & Grand Rapids. Manistee, L 5, to Luther, M 6. -. Manistee & Luther. See Chippewa Valley. 32. -Manistee & Northeastern. Manistee to Traverse City, J 7; Onekama, L 5, to Onekama Jc., L 5. 33. Manistique. Seney, E 6, North and South. 34. Manistique & Northwestern. Negaunee, D 2, to Manistique, F 5. 35. Mason & Oceana, Buttersville, M 4, to Stetson, N 5. 36. Michigan Central. Detroit, S 14, to Chicago, Ill., leaving the State near New Buffalo, U 4; K-ibam-io:), S 7, to Sauth Haven, S 5; Rives Junction, S 10, to Grand Rapids, Q 6; Niles, S 10, to South Bend, Ind., U'5; Jackson, Q 6, to Bay City, 0 12; Jackson, S 10, to Niles, U 5; Bay City, 012, to Mackinaw City, G 9; Pinconning, M 11, to Gladwin, MA[ 10; Detroit, S 14, to Bay City, 0 12; Vassar, P 13, to Caro, 0 13; Vassar, P 13, to Saginaw, 0 11; Lenox, Q 15 to Saint Clair, RP15; Detroit, S 14, to Toledo, 0., leaving the state at Vienna, U 13; Slocum Jc., T 13, to Stony Island, T 14; Findley, U 7, to Battle Creek, S 7; West Branch, L 11, west 21. miles; Midland, 0 11, to West Bay City, 0 12; Grayling, J 9 to Lewiston, J 10; Midland, N 11, to Hubbard, N 11. 37. Milwaukee, Lake Shore & zWestern. See Chicago & Northwestern. 38. Milwaukee & Northern. See Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul. 39. Mineral Range. See Duluth, South Shore & Atlantic. 40. Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Sainte AMarie. Saulte de Sainte Marie, D 10, to Minneapolis, Minn., leaving thie State near Menominee River, G 1. 41. Nestor Estate. Sidnaw, C 14, North and South. -- Ontonagon & Brule River. See Miwvaukee & Northern. 42. Osceola, Lake & Wexford. Olga, M 8, to Hoxeyville, L 7. 43. Peninsula, Deer Park & Southern. Deer Park, C 6, south. 44. Pontiac, Oxford & Northern. Pontiac, R 13, to Caseville, M 13. -, Port Huron & North-Western. See Flint & Pere Marquette. 45. Saint Joseph Valley. Buehanan, U 5, to Berrien Springs, U 5. 46. Saint Helen, Houg-hton Lake & Western. Abandoned. 47. Saginaw, Tuscola & Huron. East Saginaw, 0 12, to Bay Port, N 13; Bayport Junction, N 13, to Bad Axe, N 14. 48. Saginaw Yalley & Lake Huron. Unionville, N 12, to Owen dale, N 13. -. Sag'inaw Valley & Saint Loais. See Detroit, Lansing & Northern. 49. South Lyons & Northern. Lehands, S 12, to South Lyon S 12. 50. Terre Haute & Indianapolis. St. Louis, Mo., to St. Joseph, T 4, entering the State at U 4. 5 I. Toledo, Ann Arbor & North Michigan. Toledo, Ohio, U 12, to Frankfort, K 5;; Marion, L 8, to the Manistee river. K 8. 52. Toledo, Saginaw & S Mnskeg-on. Ashley, P 10, to Muskegon, P 5. 53. Toledo & South Haven. Lawton, S 6, to South Haven, S 5. 54. Wabash. Detroit, S 14, to Logansport, Ind., leaving the State at Munson, U 10. -. Wabash Western. See Wabash. 55. Wisconsin Central. Bessemer, D 11, to Mellen, Wis. TOWN. COUNTY. I1SDEX. POP. COUNTIES. COUNTY. CO. S-EAT. INDEX. POP. COUNTY. CO. SEAT. INDEX. POP. Alcona, Harrisville.......K 12 5.409 Lake, Baldwin............ M 6 6,505 Alger, Au Train...........D1) 4 1,238 Lapeer, Lapeer............. P 13 29,213 Allegan, Allegan........... R 6 38,961 Leelanaw, Leland............ J 6 7,944 Alpena, Alpena............ I 12 15,581 Lenawee, Adrian......... U 11 48,448 Antrim, Bellaire............I S 10,413 Livingston, t1owell.......1R 12 2U,858 Arenae, Omer............ M 11 5,683 Luce, -Newberry............ D 7 2,455 Baraga, L'Anse............ C 14 3,036 Mackinac, St. Ignace....... E 8 7.830 Barry, Hastings............ R 8 23,783 Macomb, Mit. Clemens.... R 14 31,813 Bay, Bay City............. N 11 56,412 Manistee, Manistee......... L 6 24,230 Benzie, Benzonia.......... K 6 5,237 Manitou, St. James........ G 7 86(, Berrien, Berrien Springs...U 5 41,285 Marquette, Marquette D 1 & 15 39.521 Branch, Coldwater.......... T 8 26,791 Mason, Ludington.......... M 5 16,385 Calhoun, Marshall]..........S 8 43,501 Mecosta, Big Rapids....... N 8 19.697 Cass, Cassopolis............ U 6 20,953 Menominee, MenomineeF l&16 33.639 Charlevoix, Boyne......... I 8 9,686 Midland, Midland......... LN10 10,657 Cheboygan, Clieboygan... H 10 11,986 Missaukee, Lake City....... L 8 5,048 Chippewa, Sault de St Marie D 8 12.019 Monroe, Monroe.......... T 13 32,337 Clare, Harri.ion............ M 9 7,558 Montcalm, Stanton........ P 8 32.637 Clinton, St. John's.........1 10 26 509 Montmorency, Hillman....1 111 1.487 Crawford, Grayling.........Jf 9 2,962 Muskegon, Muskegon...... P 5 40,013 Delta, Escanaba............ F 3 15,330 Newaygo, Newaygo........ N 6 20.476 *Dickinsou, Iron Mountain E 16 Oakland, Pontiac......... R 13 41,245 Eaton, Charlotte........... R 9 32,094 Oceana, Hart................N 5 15.698 Emmett, IIarbor Springs..G 9 8,756 Ogemaw, West Branch.... L 11 5,583 Genesee, Flint............ Q 12 39.430 Ontonagon, Ontonagon.... C 13 3,756 Gladwin, Gladwin......... M 10 4,208 Osceola, Hersey........... M 8 14.630 Gogebic, Bessemer........ D 12 13,166 Oscoda, Mio...............J 11 1,904 Grand Traverse, Traverse City Otsego, Gaylord............. I 9 4,272 K7 13.355 Ottawa, Grand Haven...... Q 6 35,358 Gratiot, Ithlaca............. P 9 28,668 Presque Isle, Rogers City H 11 4,687 Hillsdale, Hillsdale....... U 10 30,660 Roscommon, Roscomnmon..L 9 2,033 houghton, Houghton.....B 14 35.389 Saginaw, Saginaw West Side Huron, Bad Axe.......... N 14 28,545 Oil 82,273 Inghall, Mason........... R 10 37,666 Saint Clair. Port Huron... Q 15 52.105 Ionia. Ionia................ Q 8 32,801 Saint Joseph, Centreville...U 7 25,356 losco, Tawas City..........L 12 15,224 Sanilac, Sanilac Centre.....014 32.589 Iron, Crystal Falls......... D 14 4,432 Schooleraft, Manisttque.... E 5 5,818 Isabella, Mt. Pleasant...... N 9 18,784 Shiawassee, Corunna...... Q 11 30,952 Isle Royale, in Lake Superior, Tuscola, Caro............. 0 13 32,508 Northwest Cuast......... B 4 135 Van Buren, Paw Paw...... S 6 30,541 Jackson, Jackson.......... S 10 45,031 Washtenaw, Ann Arbor...S 12 42,210 Kalamazoo, Kalamnazoo.... S 7 39,273 'Wayne, Detroit............ S13 257,114 Kalkaska, Kalkaska....... K 8 5,160 Wexford, Cadillac.......... L 7 11,278 Kent, Grand Rapids........ P 7 109,922 _ Keweenaw, Eagle River.. A 15 2,894 Total..................... 2,093,889 *New County formed since Census was taken, Population Unknown. TOWNS. TOWNV. COUNTY. INDEX. Aarwood, Kalkaska.......J 7 Abbottsford, (121/2 miles n. w. Port Huron. Q 16), Ry. 19, r=- Am. Ex., St. Clair........ Abbott, (6 miles s. Branch, IM 6), M ason................ Abitosse, Ry. -17, i-s Am. Ex., Gogebic................. C 12 Abronia, Ry. 28, CL U. S. Ex., Allegan.................. R 6 Abscota. Calhoun...........T1' 8 A chill, Roscommon.......L 10 Acme,~Ry. 9, = Am. Ex., Grand Traverse.......... J 7 Acton, losco.............. L 12 Ada, 0 9 0Ry. 15, Natl. Ex., Kent..................... Q 7 Adair, Ry. 36, Ain Ex., St. Clair.....................Q 15 Adalaska, (21 miles e. Indian River, H 10) Presque Isle Adamsville, j Cass......... U 6 Adamsvile, Mason........... Addison, 1 bank, 0 0 Ry. 11, Am., Ex., Lenawvee..... T 10 Addisom Junction, Ry. 11, = Am. Ex.. Lewanee....U U 10 A drian, 4 banks,9 ~G Rys. 28, 51, Pac., U. S. Ex., Lenawee UT11 Advance, Charlevoix......JI 8 Aetna, Newaygo........... 0 6 Afton, (5 miles e. East Jordan, I 8), Charlevoix............. Agate _Harbwo, Keweeiaw, A 15 Agnew, G~ Ry. 9, Ala. Ex., Ottawa................... Q 6 Agricultural College, (3 miles e. Lasing, R 10),~Iingham.. Ainger, (R. R. namne Olivet Slalwon),Q Ry. 7, Natl. Ex., Eaton.................... S 9 Akron, Q~D Ry. 47, Am. Ex., Tnscola................. 0 13 Alabaster, E losco........ L 12 Alamando, (R. R. name Dorr), Ry. 19, i2 Am. Ex-, Mid. land.................... N 10 Alamo. a Ry. 36, Am. Ex.,Kalamnzoo.................... S 7 Alanson, ~ D Ry. 21, Ad. Ex.. Em m et.................. H 9 Alaska, Kent............... Q 7 Alba, ~ Rys.1,21,Ad.Ex., Antrim....................... J 9 Albion, 3 banks, (0 Rys. 28, 36, Am.,U.S.Ex.,Calhoun S 9 Alcona, Alcona........... J 13 Alden, O0 Ry. 9, Am. Ex., A ntrim..................... Alecto, Ry. 8, Am. Ex., D elta................... F 3 Alembic, isabella..........0O 9 A/1ixav^',r., Rv. 40, =i Am. Ex., Chippewa........... J 9 Atex(tiae'r, _"y. 06, Am. -x., Crawford................ J 9 Algansee, Branch......... U 9 Alger. 0@Rys. 14,36,Am.Ex.,. A renitc.................. I 11 Algodon, Ionia............. Q 8 Algonac~, ~ GSt. Clair.... R 15 Alice, Oceana..............0 5 Allegaan, 2 banks. ~0 ~ Rys. 9, 11, 28, Am., U. S. Ex., Allegan.................... R 6 Allen, 2 banks, ~ D Hillsdale, U9 Allen Creek, Oceana....... N 6 Allendale. 3 Ottawa....... Q 6 Aliens, H illsdale.............. Allegs. Van Buren............ Allen 'tahoti, Ry. 28, U. S. Ex., Hillsdale.............T V Allen)vifle, Ry. 17, -= Anm. Ex., M ackinaw.................. Allis. (21 miles w. Rogers City, H 11.) Presque Isle......... Allouez. C aRiy.17, Am. Ex., Keweenaw.............. A 15 Alma, 1 bank, D 0 Rys. 16, 51, Am. Ex., Gratiot........0 9 Alinena. Van Buren....... S 6 Ahmner', Tuscola............... A7 'ra, Benzie-............. J 6 Almont, 1 bank, Q Ry. 19, Am. Ex.. Lapeer........ Q 14 Alp~ena, 2 banks, Q9 ~ Ry. '14 Am. Ex., Alpena........ 1 12 Alpine, Ry. 9,[iAln.Ex.,Kent, P 7 Alter/bur'gs, G ratiot.......... Alto,~Ry. 16, Am. Ex., Kent, Q8 Alton, Kent...............Q 7 Altona, ~ Meeosta......... O 7 Alverson, Ingham........ R l1 Amadore, Ry. 19, a Am. Ex., Sainilac....................P 15 Amasa,~ 0 ~Rys.6,8,i=]An. Ex., Iron..................... D 14 Amber, Ry. 19, aAmn. Ex., Mason....................... M1 5 TOWN. COUNTY. ITNDEX. POP. POP. x X x x x x 50 175 X 350 60 28 200 x 425 x 8,756 60 40 X X 60 X,X 500 X X 90 200 300 750 3,763 100 100. X X X X 35 150 X 840 X 2,669 530 200 150 x X X X X 2,0b00 1,655 100 X 30 717 11,283 150 x 75 80 ""200 X 150 250 5O I TOWVN. COUNTY. tiNDEX. POP. Amble, oRy. 16, -1 Am. Ex., Montcalm................ 0 7 Amboy, Hillsdale........ U 10 Ambrose's, Ogernaw.......... Amity, Kalkaska....-...... J 8 Amleith, Bay............. O 11 Amsden, Montcahn........ P 8 Anmy, (R. R. name Auburn), Ry. 23, = Can. Ex., Oakland..................... R 13 Anchorville, (2 miles w. Fair Haven, R 15), St. Clair....... Anderson, Ry. 23,1=- Can. Ex., Livingston............... R il Angell, (2V2 miles n. e. Yuba, J 7) Ry. 9, = Am. Ex., Grand Traverse............. Ann Arbor, 4 banks, 0 ~ Rys. 36, 51, Am. Ex.. Washtenaw................... S 12 Antoine, Ry. 8, = Am. Ex., Dickinson.............. E 15 Antrim, Ry. 21,i-lAd. Ex., Antrim...................... J 8 Appenzell, Crawford...... J 10 Applegate, 0 Ry. 19, Am. Ex., Sanilac................. 0 14 Appleton, Emmea.........II 8 Appleton Mine, Ry.8,Am.Ex., D ickinson................... Aral, Benzie.................1J 6 Arbela, Tuscola............ P 12 Arcadia, Manistee......... K 5 Archie, Grand Traverse...'.J 7 Arenac. ~ Arenae........MAil11 Arendal, Manistee......... L 5 Argenta (P. 0. name Silver Creek), Ry. 2S, U. S. Ex., A llegan.................. S 7 Argentine, Genesee....... Q 12 Argyle, Sanilac........... 0 14 Arkdale, (2 miles n. w. Inlay City, 0 14), Lapeer......... Arkona, Anrrim............ J 8 Arland, Jackson.......... S 10 Arlington, Van Buren........ Armada, 1 bank, 0 0 Ry. 23, Can. Ex., Macomb..... Q 14 Armstrong, Ry. 8, a Am. Ex., Iron.................... D 14 Armstrorgj, Charlevoix........ Arn, Bay...................... Amn (P. 0. name Mclvor), Ry. 14, =Am. Ex., losco.... L 12 Arnold Lake, Ry. 19, 1: Am. Ex., Clare................... Arthur, Ry. 47, 1- Am. Ex., Saginaw................ 0 12 Arthur J ay, (8Y miles s. e. Wallace, H 2), Menominee. Aivon, Ry. 27, Baraga...C 15 Ashland, (P. 0. name Grant Station) Ry. 9,= Ain. Ex., Newaygo.................. 0 6 Ashland Centre, Newaygo. 0 6 Ashley, I bank,0 ~ Rys. 51, 52, Am., Natl. Ex., Gratiot P 10 Ashley, Kent.............. P 8 Ashton. a~61Ry. 21. Ad. Ex., Osceola.................. M 7 Assyria, Barry............. S 8 Athens, 1 bank, Q D Ry. 3f-, Am. Exý,, Calhoun........ T 8 Athlone, Monroe.......... T 13 Atkins, G Ry. 19, Am. Ex., Saint Clair...............P 15 Atkinson,~ RHy. 8,ca Am. Ex., Iron..............-...D 14 Atlanta. Montnorenevy....1 T11 Atlantic Mfne, 9 Hougnton. B 14 Atlas, Genesee............ Q 13 Attica, 0~D Ry.7.Natl. Ex.. Lapeer.....................'Q 13 Atwood, Antrim........... I 8 Atbwood's Siding, 3Y2 in. n. Moore's Siding, Ry. 19. =D Am. Ex., Clare....... N7 9 Auburn. ~Ry. 36, Am.Ex., Bay..................... o 11 Auburn, (P. 0. name Amy), Ry. 23,= Can. Ex., Oakland, R 13 Au Gres, 0~a (7 miles e.OOmar, M 12), Arenac.............. Augusta, Ibank, 0 0 Rys. 11, 36. Am. Ex., Kalamazoo.. S 7 Aurelius, Ingham....... R 10 Au Sable, 2 banks, 1 e Rys. 2, 14, Am. Ex., losco...... L 13 A usable, Oscoda.......... K 10 Austerlitz, Kent........... Q 7 Austin. Q Oakland........ Q 13 Austin Lcace, Ry. 21, an Ad. Ex., Kalamazoo......... T 7 Auslin. M ils, Sanilac.... ~..... A&u Train,~Ry. 17, Am.Ex.. A lger.................... D 4 Aren'ue *.'unction.lA^. 9, Am. E x., K ent.................... Averill, Q 1Ry. 19, Am. Ex., Midland.................N 10 Averill, Ry. 22, Ottawa.... Q 6 Avery/, Berrien............. LU 4 20 x x x x x 180 420 200 x 9,431 X 480 X 350 X "X 100 50 200 75 150 150 X 150 60 X X 20 25 638 X * X X 25 X X 45 1.0 350 X 711 X 200 100 441 20 100 X 100 1,600 150 353 350 X.300 180 300 498 250 4,328 X 1ou 150 X X 300 X 100 X X Avis, (3Y., miles s. e. Spring Grove., S 5) Allegan......... Avoca, ~Ry. l9,Am.Ex.,Saint Clair..................... P 14 Avondale, Osceola......... M 8 Ayr, Emmet..............H1 9 Azalia,~~Ry. 51, Aln.Ex., Monroe...................... T 12 B Bachelor, (R. R. name Balcheller), Ry. 19, = Am. Ex., M ason.................. M 5 Bad Axe. 2 banks. ~ D Rys. 19, 47, Am. Ex., Huron N 14 _Bagdad, Ry. 17, - Am. Ex. Marquette............... D 2 Bagdad J'unction, Ry. 17, = Am. Ex., Marquette........ Bagley,Q)Ry. 8, Am. Ex., Menom inee................. G 2.Bagley, Ry 36, 1 Am. Ex., Otsego..................... 9 Bagnall, Ry. 51, Am. Ex., W exford.................. L 7 Bailey. D @ Ry. 9, Am. Ex., Muskegon............... P 6 Bailey, Clare................... Bainbridge, Berrien.......T 5 Bakey.town, Berrien....... U 4 Baldwin,@ ~ Rys. 9,19, Am. Ex., Lake............... M 6 Ball, Cheboygan.......... G 10 Ballards, (Y.3 mile n, w. English ville, P 17), Kent......... Ballentiue, (23 miles e. Bessemer, C 11. Ontonagon. -Bal-ou, (5.miles s. e. Meauwataka, L 7) Wexford.......... Balsam,, Ry. 6,=i-Am.Ex.,Iron D 14 Bamfield, Ry. 2. Alcona..K 11 Bancroft, Marquette.......... Bancroft, 2 banks, 0 9 Ry 7, Natl. Ex., Shiawassee_..Q 11 BandotlaWexford......... K 7 Banflield, Barry............S 8 Bangor, 1 bank, Q a Ry. 9, Am. Ex., Van Buren.....S 5 _Bankers, Ry. 86, Am. Ex., Craw. ord..................J 10 Bankers, Q Ry. 28, U. S., Am. Ex., Hillsdaie........... U 9 BanksRy. 12,='N atl. Ex., Bay, N 12 Banner, (4 miles w. Deckerville, 0 15) Sanilac......... Bannister, Q~9D Ry.51,Am. Ex., Gra'ltiot................. P 10 Baraga, 0 0 Ey. 17, Am. Ex., Baraga.................. C 14 Barbeau, Chippewa...... E 10 Barclay, Ry. 8, Am. Ex., Ontonagon.......... *C 13 Barker Creek. (DRy.9,Am.Ex., Kalkaska................. J 8 Barkville, (R1. R. name Bark River), Q Q Ry. 8, Am. Ex., Delta................ G 8 ]_ar'n ard, Antrim............ Baranard, Charlevoix......1 8 Ba-roda,~)Ry.50, Ad. Ex., Berrien..................... U 4 Barron Lake, Ry. 36, E Am. Ex., Cass................ 1' 5 BarrT'y, Ry. 16,=ja Am..Ex., Mecosta....................Ba2'ryviile, Barry............. Barstows, Newago............ Bartlett, G rand Traverse..K 7 Barton, Newaygo......... N 7 Bass River. 3 miles NE Robinson, Ottawa............. Q 6 Basswioood. Ry. 8, C= Am. Ex., Iron............... D 13 Batavia. Q Ry. 28, IT. S. Ex.. Branch.................. U 8 Batcheller (P. 0. name Bachelor, M 5), Ry. 19, = Am. Ex., M ason.................. Batchelor's, Bay.............. Bates, (2V2 miles w. Williamsburgh, J 7) Ry. 9. Am. Ex., Grand Traverse............. Batli, 0 a Ry. 36, Am. Ex., Clinton.................. Q 10 Bath Mill1 Ry. 36, - 4 Am. Ex., Jackson............ S 10 Battle Creek.4 1)anks, ~ Q Rys. 7. 1i, 36, Am., Natl.Ex., Calhoun......................S 8 ]3alon'8 Crossing/, R~y. 2, losco.................... K 12 Bauer, Ottawa............. Q 6 Ba'uerle's, Emlnett........... BAY CITY, 7 banks, Q ~ Rys. 19. 36. Am.Ex.,Bay O 12 -Bati City Junction, Ry. 36, Am. Ex., Wayne............ -Bay City Road, (1 mile s. e. Midland, O 11), Ry. 19, cm Am. Ex., Midland.......... _Bay de ANoquette, Delta...F 4 Bay Mills, Q ~ ChiPp~ewa.....D 9 _Bay Mills, Ey. 17, Am. Ex., N arquet e................... _Bay _Mills Ntation, (DRy. 17, Am. Ex., Chippewa.... D 10 Bay Port, ~ $ Ry. 47,Am.Ex., H uron.................. N 13 Bay Port Junctions, Ry.47, c-- Am. Ex., Huron....... N 13 Bayshore, (7 miles w. Petoskey. H 9) Charlevoiv,....... Bay Shore. (P. (). name Burgess, H 8) Ry. 9, Am. Ex., Charlevoix.................. Bay Siding, (3~V miles s. West Gladstone, F 3)Ry. 8,a= Am. Ex.. D elta................... Bay Springs, (3 miles n. e. of B.yne, H 8), Charlevoix.... Bay View,0 ~ Rys.9, 21,= Ad., Am. Ex., Emmet........1H 8 Beacon, 0Mariquette...... D 1 Beadle, Ry. 2, = losco..K 12 Beal City, (2 miles s. w. Van Deear, N. 8) Isabella...... Bear Creek, (P. 0. name Tanner), 0 Ry. 32, Am. Ex., M an ist................ L 5 Bearer, N euwaygo.......... N 6 Bear Lake, 0, Ry. 3, Manistee L 6 Bear Lake, Ry. 2, Otsego, I 10 Bear Lake Junctwon, Ry. 21, Ad. Ex., Charlevoix......... Beaser, (12 miles w. of Ontonagon, B 13) Ontonagon...... Beatont's, Lake............... Bea fatit Station. Ry. 36, Am. Ex., W ayne................. Bea.fort Junction (212 -iles w.Miehigaimle, C15) Ry.17,a Am. Ex., Baraga............ _Beaver, Ry.8,= Am. Ex., Delta F3 Beavo'r Dam, (R. R. name V9iesihnid Station), Ry. 9, Ain. Ex., Ottawa........ Q 6 Beaver Lake, Q Ry. 36, Am. Ex., Ogemaw........... L 10 Beaverton. (,8 miles w. Gladwin, MA 10) ('ladwin........ Becketts, Wexford............ Beddow. (2n miles n. e. Southfield, S 13) Oakland......... Bedell, Bay.............. N 11 Bedford, ~ Calhoun.........S 8 Beebe, (4 miles ii. e. Ithaca, P 10) Gratiot........... Beech, 0 Ry. 16, Al. Ex., W ayne.................. S 13 Beech Tree, Ottawa........... Beechwood, Ry. 8, = Am. Ex., Iron.................... D 14 Beitner,Ry.9,o Am.Ex.,G rand Traverse................ K 7 Belden, (P. 0. name Willow) ~ Ry. 19, Am. Ex., Wayne T 13 Belding, 2 banks, Q~ Ry. 1A. Am. Ex., Ionia.......... P 8 Belfowd, (P. 0. name South Grand Blanc), Ry. 19, Am. Ex., Oakland............ Q 12 Belknap, (11 m les n.e. Glenn, R 5) Allegan............... Bell, Presque Isle........ H 13 Bellaire, 1 bank, 0 Ry. 9. Am. Ex., Antrim........ J 8 Bell Branch, Wayne...... S 13 Belle River, Saint Clair... Q 14 Belleville, G) 0~Ry. 54, Pac.Ex., W ayne..................S 13 Bellevue, I b'nk, ~' S Ry. 7, Natl. Ex.. Eaton......... S 9 Belmont, ~ Ry. 21, Ad. Ex., K ent..................... P 7 X 50 150 100 200 50 842 x x 200 X x 400 x 3o X 429 x 200 x x x X 642 x 100 904 x 25 A x 250 600 x 200. 50 7CO X X X 175 X 25 X 3o X 50 X 100 50 X X 300 X 13,197 X 300 X 27,839 X ~X X 5LO X X 150 X 100 50 X 200 50 2,000 X X 50 X 432 X X X X X X X 70 100 300 X X X 300. 50 350 X 50 X 200 1,730 60 X 100 500 75 65 36 ý 914 40 Belsay,~ Ky. 7,Natl.Ex., Genesee.................... Q 12 Belt Line Junction, Rys. 17, Am. Ex., Houghton......... Belt Line Junction, (7} miles n. Detroit, S 14) Ry. 36, Am, Ex., W ayne................. Belvedere, (I mile e Charlevoix, H 7) Ry. 9, Am. Ex., Charlevoix.................. _Belvidere. Montcalm.......... Bence Crossing,, Ontonagon J 6 Bendon, 0 Ry. 9, Am, Ex., Benzie.................. K 6 Bendon, Leelanaw........ J 6 Bengal, Clinton............ Q 9 Benjamin _Mills, Menominee H-1 Bennett, (R.R.nameStearns) Q 0 Ry. 19, Am.Ex.,Lake...M 6 Bennington, (D @ Ry. 36, Am. Ex., Shiawassee......... Q 11 Benona, Oceana........... 0 4 Benson, Wexford.......... L 7 Bently, Bay............... m 11 Benton, 'Washtenaw...... S 12 Benton Harbor, 2 banks, 0 9 Rys. 9, 13, Am., U. S. Ex., Berrien.................. T 4 Benzonia,~ 0 Ry. 51, Am. Ex., Benzie.............. K 6 Berkshire, 3, m. e. Sanilac Centre; 0 14, Sanilac........ Berlamont, Ry. 36, Am. Ex., Van Buren............... S 5 Berlin,,. 9 Rys. 15, 21, Ad, Natl. Ex., Ottawa........ Q 6 Berne, DRy. 44, Am. Ex., Hurol.................. N 13 Berrien Centre, ~Dy. 13, Am. Ex., Berrien............. U 5 Berrien Springs, 1 bank, *Ry. 45, Am. Ex., Berrien...................... U 5 Berryville, Charlevoix..... I 9 Bertrand, Ry. 36,:i Am. Ex., Berrien.................. LT 4 Berville, Ry. 19, = Am. Ex., Saint Clair..............Q 14 Bessemer, 1 bank, 0 9 Rys. 8, 17, 55, Am., N. P., U. S. Ex., Gogebic........... C 11 Bessemer Junction, Ry. 17. = Am. Ex., Gogebic...... C 11 Bethel, Branch............ U 8 Betzer, 2 m. n. w. Waldron, U 10. Hillsdale............... Beulah, (1 Imile n. Benzonia, K 6) Benzie.................. Big Beaver, Oaklaid..... R 14 Big Creek, Ry. 2, Oscoda,.K 10 Biggs, (4 miles n. Mio, K 11) Oscoda...................... Bigkelows, Mecosta............ Big Prairie, Newaygo..... 0 7 Big" Rapids, 2 banks, Q 0 Rys. 9, 16, 2L. Ad. Am., Ex., M ecosta................. N 7 Big [,apids Junction, ~Ey.9,[=3 Am. Ex., Muskegon..... P 5 Big River, (2V miles s. of Ogontz, F 3), Delta......... Big Rock, (3 miles e. Atlanta, 110), Montmorency......... Big Spring, Ottawa........ P 6 Bingham, Leelanaw........ J 7 Birch, Baraga................. Birch Creek, Ry. 8, Am. Ex., Menominee.............. 1 I Birch RuIn, ~ ~ Ry. 19, Am. Ex., Saginaw...........P 1.2 Bird, Oceanla.............. N 5 Birdsalls, Otsego............. Bir k ett, (4 miles N Dexter, S 12), Washtenaw.......... Birmingham, Ibank. ~ 9 Ry. 15, Natl. Ex.,Oakland..R 13 Bismarck. Eaton.......... R 8 Biteley, Ry. 9. Ain. Ex., N ew aygo........................ N 6 Blackberry Ridge, Oceana N 4 Black Lake, (R. R. name _Mona Lake), Ry. 9, = Am. Ex., Muskegon.......... P 5 Blackmar, Ry. 19. Am. Ex., Saginaw................ P 12 Blackmer'Rs, Monroe.......... Black River, n i Iiy. 14, AmA. Ex., Alco11a..............J 13 Blck River, Mackinac....... Blaime, Ry. 19, Aln.Ex.,Saint. Clair....................P 15 -Blair, Berry.................. Blairs. Charlevoix............ BIanchard,Q 9 Ry.16,Ain. Ex., Isabella................... O 8 Blemers, Ry. 8, a- Alm., Ex.. Gogebic................. D 13 Blendon, Ottawa.......... Q 6 Bliss. Emmet............. G 9 Blissfiehlt. 2 banks, ~ E y. 28, UT. S. Ex., Lenawee..... U 12 Blodgett, Ry. 21,a-Ad.Ex.,Missaukee.................... L 8 -Bloomer, Monteahnm....... P 8 Bloomingdale. Q 9 RY. 36, Am. Ex., Van Buren.... S 6 Blo'oming Valte!/, Oceana 0 5 Blue Lake, Kalkaska......... Bluff ton, Muskegon....... P 5 Blmnfleld, Sag-inaw.......0O 12 Boar'dman Junctiont,,Ry- 9, Am. Ex., Grand Traverse... Bohemian, Ontonagon.... B 13 Bois Blanc, (3~ milesn.e. Pointeaux Pins, G 10, Mackinac. Bolton, A] pena............1 12 Bonanza, lonia............Q 8S Bond's M1ills, Wexford....... Bonney, (3 miles s, e. Geneva, U 12) Lenawee.............. Boon, ( D Ry. 51, Am.Ex.Wexford..................... L 7, Borculo, Ottawa........... Q 6 Borland, (2 iniles s. Stanwood, N 7), Ai ecosta............... Boston, Ry. 17, = Am. Ex., Houghton.............. A ]4 Bostwick, Kent............ Q 8 Bovine's, Baraga.............. Bowen. (P. 0. name Crosby), Ey. 36,c73 Am. Ex., Kent.Q 7 Bowen's Mills, Barry......ER 7 Bowne, Kent............... Q 7 Boyden, (4 miles s. e. Caldwell, N 9) Isabella.......... Boyne, 1 bank, G Charlevoix H 8 Boyne Falls, D 0 Ry. 21, A't. Ex.. Charlevoix.......... I 9 Bradford, Midland........ 0 10 Bradley.( ~D@Ry.21,Ad.Ex., AIlegan.................... R 7 Brady, (6 miles w. Chesaning, P 11), Saginaw.............. Brain pton, 0 Ry. 8, Am. Ex., D elta..................... F 3 Branch, Ry. 19, Am. Ex., M ason...................AM 5 Bignidon. Oakland....... Q 13 Brant. (1 mile s. e. Tyner, P 11), Saginaw.............. Bravo, ~Ry. 9, Am. Ex., A*legan...................... R 5 Brazil, (4~ miles u. e. Hersey, N 7) Osceola............... Breckenridge, ~(D0Ry. 16. Ami. Ex., Gratiot.............0 10 Breedsville, G ) Ry. 9, Am. Ex., Van Buren..........S 5 Breut Creek, Ry. 12, ýNatl. Ex., Genesee................ P 11 Brest. (5 miles n. e. Monroe, U 13), Monroe.............. Brevort, (7 miles w. Epoufette, E 8), Mackinac............. Brice, (6 miles w.Spring Brook P 10), Gratiot..':............ Bridgelmlnton, Ry. 19, - An. Ex., Sanilac............ 0 14 Bridgeport, 0 DRy.19,Ain.Ex., Saginaw................O 11 Bridgeton, Newaygo......0 6 Bridgevifle. Gratiot.......P 10 Bridgewater, 0 1y. 28, U.S. Ex., YWashtenaw........ S 12 Bridgman, G)~0Ry.9, Am. Ex., Berrien.................. U 4 Brighton, 1 bank, 0 Ry. 16, Am. Ex., Livingston... 1-2 Briley. Montmorency..... 1 10 Brinton, QIsabella......... N 8 -Bristol, Ry. 14, =& Am. Ex,, losco....................L 12 Bristol, Lake...............NM 7 Britton,l bank, 0 0 Rys. 11, 54, Am.;Pac.Ex.,Lenawee..T 11 Brockway, ~ Saint Clair. P 15 Bronson, 1 bank, G ~ Ey. 23, U. S. Ex., Branch....... U 8 x x X x x 50 X x x x 250 265 300 x x x 3,692 250 51 100 400 150 150 745 X 200 350 2,566 X 50 15 250 x x x 60 5,303 X 100 20 X 250 X X 200 X X 60 899 200 X X X 55 X 525 X 300 30 X 219 X X 26 1,132 X 380 X X 600 150 X X x x x x 10 150 200 x X x x 100 70 100 x 469 800 x 300 x 200 20 X 8O 200 X 500 21"2 X X X X X "350 200 100 200 741 X 50 400 375 875 0 Ad., Adams Ex. Am., American Ex. Can., Canadian Ex. Dom., Dominion Ex. Natl., National Ex. N. P., Northern Pacific Ex. Pac. Pacific Ex. U. 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Burns; Oliver; Pigeon R.; Kilmanagh; Fair Haven; Colfax; Bad Axe; Pinhebo Cr.; Rush L.; Bayport; Caseville; Sand Pt.; North I.; Wild Fowl B.; Sony I.; Mashou I.; De Foi I.; Hume; Pinne Boy; Hat Pt.; Flat Rock Pt.; Port Austin; Pte au Barques; Oakland; Avon; Auburn; Troy; Royal oak; Southfield; Birmingham; Bloomfield; Pontiac; N. Farmington; Franklin; Waterford; West Bloomfield; Straits; Walled; N. Farmintong; Farmington; Novi; Summit; S. Lyon; Lyon; Wixom; Milford; Commerce; Highland; White Lake; Clarkson; Springfield; Davisburg; Independence; Oak Hill Mahope; Ofton; Oakland; Washington; Orion; Goodsons; Oxford; Addison; Oakwood; Orton V.; Brandon; Groveland; Holly; Rose; Livingston; Howell; Brighton; Hamburg; Chubbs Cor.; Pinckne; Green Oak; S. Genoa; Genoa; Marion Iosco; Plainfield; Onadilla; Howell; Fleming; Fowler V. Hand; Cohocrah; Oak Cro.; Parshall; Oceola; Hartland; Tyrone; Conway; Ingham; White Oak; Middle T.; Ingham; Dans V.; Fells; Bunker; Hill; Stockbridge; Fitchburg; Leslie; Onondaga; Greens; Eaton Rapids; Vevay; Chapins; Fells; Mason; N. Aurelius; Aurelius; Delhi; Jackson Landing & Saginaw; Wheatfiled; Le Roy; Phelps T.; Cedar; Williamstown; Red Bge; Locke; Sycamor; Lansing; N. Lansing Meridian; Okenos; College Farm; Eaton; Charlotte; Eaton Rapids; Hamlin; County Lake; Brockway; E. Walton; Windsor; Potter V.; Sevastopol; Benton; Chester; Carmel; Walton; Olivet; Walton; Bellevue; State REad; Cheste; Vermontville; Nashville; Sunfield; Roxand; Centre; Mud Cr.; Milletts; Delta; Barry; Woodland; Blair; Centre; Carlton; Irving; Middleville; Thornapple; Yankee Springs; Butland; Gun L.; Hastings; Castleton; Maple Grove; Vermont V.; Grand Val. Div.; Baltimore; Hope; Cedar Cr.; Orangeville; Prairie V.; Graineville; Barry; Mito; Gull L.; Hickory Cor.; Jolinstown; Assyria; Allegan; Martin; Gun Plains; Otsego; Plainwell; Walson; Martin; Shelby; Monteith; Kellogg; Allegan; Mill Grove; Trowbridge; Cheshire; Sherman; Hopper T.; Black R.; Casco; New Casco; Clyde; Fenns V.; Ganges; Manlius; Proctor; Watson; Hopkins; Wayland; Bridley; Monterey; Hilliards; Gilehist; Heath; Hamilton; Kalamazoo Div.; Rabbit; Richmond; Saugatuck; Saugatuck L.; E. Saugatuck; Fillmore; Laketown; Overisel; New Salem; Salem; Dorr; Leighton; Van Buren; Paw Paw; Mattawar; Antwerp; Lawton; White Oaks; Porter; Decatur; Almena; Waverly; Pine Grove; Gobles; Bloomingdale; Clumbia; Arlington; Paw Paw Cr.; Law Cr.; Lawrence; Prospect L.; Wheeler; Wheelers V.; Hartford; Milesbore; Lawrence; Bangor; Deerfield; Black R.; Geneva; Breeds V.; Grand June; South Haven; Hooker; Voert; Van Buren; South Haven; Kalamazoo; Climax; Scotts; S. Climber; Indian Lake; Fulton; Wakeshma; Bear Cr.; Vicksburg; Brady; Pavilion; Long L.; Comstock; Galesbury; Charleston; CAugusta; Charles; Richland; Ross; Cooper; Klamo; Cashtemo; Portage; Austin; Austin L.; Schoolcraft; Vicksburg; Brady; Crairie Ronde; Calhoun; Clarence; Rice Cr.; Sheridan; Albion; Condit; Homer; Clarendon; Homer; Clarendon; Centre; Eckford; Marengo; Rice Cr.; Clarence; Lartello; Lee; Rice Cr.; Madison Convis; Marshall; Fredonia; Tekonsha; Curlington; Abscota; Cilia; Newton; VErona; Eminett; Whites; Ceresco; Pennfield; Bedford; Helner; Satle Cr.; Leroy; Pine Cr.; Athens R.; Jackson; Grass Lake; Fransico; Waterloo; Farm; Brooklyn; Columbia; Napoleon; Eldred; Michigan Cen; Leom; S. Henrietta; Henrietta; Liberty; Baldwins; Summit; Wilsons; Jackson; Blackman; Portage R.; Henrys; Rives; Mich. Central; Centre; Tompkins; Sandstone; Trainbulls; Concord; Spring Arbor; Snyders; Hanover; Pulaski; Parma; Devereux; Springport; Washtenaw; Ann Arbor; Superior; Ypsilanti; Pittsfield; Urania; Sony Cr.; Angusta; York; Nora; Saline; Urania; Lodi; Bridgewater; Benton; Bridgewater; Manchester; Raisin; Pleasant; Freedom; Lodi; Fredowa; Sharon; Lima; Scio; Delhi; Northfield Salem; Webster; Dexter; Base L.; Lyndon; Chelsea; Wayne; Livonia; Redford; Fisher; Waterford; Plymouth; Elm; Dearborn; Gr. Trunk; Greenfield; Hamnamck; Detroit; Sandwich; Lighting I.; Amherstburg; Grosse L.; Detroit Riv.; Taylor; Wyandotte; Ecorse; Inkster; Mongua; Browns; Trenton; New Boston; Huron; Waltz; Smith V.; Martins V.; Van Buren; Bellevillle; Romulus; Centre; Canton; Wayne; Newport; Stony Cr.; Swan Cr.; Stony Pt.; Monroe City; Brent; Raisin Pt.; Woodetuck Cr.; Otter Cr.; Detroit Div.; Bedford; Hawthorn; Labert V.; Alexis; Whiteford; Samaria; Summerfield; Petersburg; Ashwater; Scola; La Salle; Ida; Dundee; London; Exoter; Maybee; Carlton; Oak V.; Milan; Lake Ridge; Macan; Hamlin; Carlton; Lenawee; Wells V.; Bliss; Riga; E. Ogden; Fairfield; Weston; Odgen; Palmy; Madison; Lenawee; Ridgeway; Raisin; Chases; Adrian; Wolf Cr.; Franklin; Tipton; Clinton; Tecumseh; Bidgeway; Lake Pudge; Macon; Cambridge; Spring V.; Woodstock; Addison; Woodstock; Rollin; Geneva Hundson; Rollin; Hillsdale; Pittsford; Wheatland; Wright; Cass S. Wright; Jerome; Somerset; Adams; Moscow; Hillsdale; Admas; Jonesviille; Jefferson; Osseo; Franuer; Ransom; Amboy; Woodbridge; Austin; Camden; Montgomery; Reading; Cambria; Bankers; Fayette; Seinio Undine; Litchfield; Allen; Sylvanus; Branch; Union; Hoo Cr.; Girard; Orange V.; Butler; S. Butler; quincy; Algansee; California; Attee L.; Kinderhook; Ovid; Behtel; Coldwater; Batavia; Bronan; Bethel Centre; Gilead; E. Gilead; W. Gilead; Nobles; Round L.; Granson; Swan Cr.; Mattison; Sherwood; St. Joseph; Nottawa; Colon; Oporto; Burr Oak; Sturgis; Fann R.; Leonidas; Nottawa; Sherman; Perrin; Douglas; White Pigeon; Lockport; Centre V.; Moorepark; Park; Flowerfield; Fowards V.; Three Rivers; Tabins; St. Joseph; Cass; Cassopolis; Porter; Newberg; Volinia; Marcel; Marcellus; Volina; Silver Creek; Wayne; Lietsorts; Pokagon; LaGrange; Howard; Barron L.; Jefferson; Calvin; William Prter; Union; Mason; Adams V.; Edwardsburg; ONtwa; Milton; Bertrand; Berrien; Pipestone; Berwen; Berrien; Pokagon; Nikes; Biles; Buchanan; N. Trav.; Weesaw; Chikaming; Wilkinson; Mincoln; Stevensville; Lincoln; Royalton; Benton; Bainbridge; Colgina; Hagar; River Side; Hagar; Waterville; Niles; Buchanan; Bertrand; Dayton; Galien; Averys; Three Oaks; Buffalo; New Buffalo; Corygbo; Springfield; Michigan; Cendre; Cool Spring; HOlmes V.; Kankakee; La Porte; Rolling Pra.; Olive; Hudson; Galena; Carlisle Terre Coupee; War; Warren; German; Clay; South Bend; St. Joseph; Clay; Harris; Irvins; Clevland; Mishawaka; Oceola; Elkhart; Elkhart R.; Goshen; Washington; Bristol; Lit. Elkhart R.; La Grange; Valentina; Millersburg; Walcottville; Valentine; Pigeon Bun; Lima; Greenfield; Fawn; Mill Grove; Williams; St. Jseph R. of the Maumee; Bridgewater; North West; Angola; Pleasant Lake; Clear Lake; State Line; Madison; Mill Crekasdfas N. Newberg; Hartewellville; Perry; Morrice; Byron; Glass River; Shaftsburgh; Bennington; Corunna; Chapin; Oakley; Layton; Elk; Montrose; Birch Run; Blackman; Foster; Taymouth; Shiawasse River; Chesaning; Lentz Fergus; Tyner; Eastwood P.O. or Garfield; Paires; S. Saginaw; Saginaw E.S.; Bridgeport; Humfield; Gera; Orrville; Hemlock; Randall; Lawndale; Frost; Merrill; Phillips; Carrollton; Arthus; Greens; Melbourne; Gratiot; Ithaca; LaFayette; Bad Riv.; St. Louis; Elm Hall; Newark; Northstar; Middleton; Pampei; Ola; Spring Brook; Du Plain; Fowler; Union Home; Maple Rapids; Laporte; Freeland; Breckenridge; Wheeler; Hubbard; Due; Edenville; Alamando P.O. or Dor; Sanford; Pine River; Butman; McClure; Bently; Rhodes; Estey; Mountforest; Tobacco R.; Highwood; Cedar; Grand Fks; Principal; Tillabawass; Ogemaw; Beaver Lake; Campbells; Corners; Corrigan; Whittemore; Prescott; Greenwood; Welch; Long Lake; Smith Jc.; Maltbys; Damon; Woodrow; Rose City; Piper; Beaver Lake; Oscoda Note:

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Page  126 " TOWN. COUNTY. INDEX. Brookfield, Eaton..........S 9 Brookfield, Ry. 32, = Am.Ex., M anistee.................. L 5 Bvookinc/s, j Ry. 9, Am. Ex., Newaygo................ N 6 Brooklyn, 1 bank, D 0 Ry. 28, U. S. Ex., Jackson......T 10 -Brooks, Ry. 12, =\ Natl. Ex., Newaygo................ 0 6 Brooks, Ry. 36, = Am. Ex., Saginaw................ 0 11 Brookside, (2/A miles s. e. of Dash, 0 5), Newaygo........ Broom field, Isabella....... N 9 Brotherton, Houghton........ Brouard. (R.R. name Doster), Q Ry.11,Am.Ex.,Barry... S 7 Brown, Manistee.......... L 5 Brown City.2 banksD~ *Ry.19. Am. Ex., Sanilac....... P 14 B]rotnells, Ry. 36, = Am. Ex., Kalamazoo.............. S 7 Browns. Bay................. ]3rown's, Ry. 17, Am. Ex., M arquette................... Browons Dale, Otsego..... 1 10.B_?rown'8 Mills. RT. 86,- Am. Ex.. Van Furen........ S 5 Brown's, Siding Ry. 36, Am Ex., Calhocun............... Brownsville, Cass.........U 6 ]3mtce, \iarqueoLe............. Bruce Crossing, ~ Ry. IT, Am. Ex., Ontolagon.... C 13 B]rule, (3 miles s. Stager, E 15) Ry. 8, Am. Ex., Iron...... Brutus, D Ry. 21, Ad.Ex., Emmet.......... G 9 Bryan, Monroe........... T 13 Bqy/ant, Ry. 2, Iosco...... K 12 B]3yar Hill, Ry. 28, = U. S. Ex., Monroe............ T 13 Buchanan. 1 bank,0~ ~0Rys. 36, 45, Anm. Ex., Berrien... U 5 Buc3Ahorn. (12 miles w. Cheboygan. C 10), Cheboygan... Buel, Sanilac............. P 15 Buena Vista, Ry.36,=-Amn.Ex., Saginaw................ O 12 Bitffalo Mhine, Ry. 17, Am. Ex., Marquette......... D 2 BullockJ, Alpena.............. Buvnces, Monroe............... Bunker Hill, Inghaml..... S I1 Bu,,ker Lake, Oceana......... B]unyea's, Wexford........... BJurchi's 8Mill, Kent........... Burdickville, Leelaiaw....J 6 Burgess, (PR. R. name Bay Shor'e) Ry. 9, Am. Ex., Cliarlevoix..............H 8 Burlington, 9 Callioutn.......T 8 Blvrliwgton, Station', Ry. 36, Am. Ex.. Calhoun........ T 8 Burnhliam, "(1 mile n. Arcadia, K 5), Manistee.............. ]urr'fitm, (P. 0. name Russell). Ry. 51,C= Am. Ex., Isabella.................. N 9 Burnip's Corners, 9 Allegan R 6 Bmu'n's Ry. 40, Am. Ex., D elta........................ B]ar8s, Ry. 19,=Ani.Ex..aaint Clair.................... Q 15 Burn% Shiawassee........ Q 11 Burnside, 9 Lapeer.......P 14 Burr Oak, 1 bank, G Q Ry. 28, U. S. Ex., Saint Joseph. U 8 Burrows, (5Y2 miles s. e. Fawn River, U 8) Branch... Burt, Q E Ry.12, N attl.Ex., Sagin lw..................... P ll Burt Lake. Chieboygan....H 9 Burton, Ry. 15, = Am. Ex., Shiiawassee..............Q 11 B] tshes, ratiot............... Bushes, Kent................. Bushnell. (4 miles s. e. Sheridan, P 8) Montcalhn......... Btt.sliville, Ry. 36, = Am. Ex.. Cheboygan..............TH 9 Buss, Leelanaw............ I 6 Bass, Maniou................. Butler, Branich............ T 9 Butlnan, GladwinA........ M 10 Butternut. ~ Ry. 52, N~atl. Ex. Montcahn.......P 9 Buttersville, ~ Ry. 35, Mas~nl. Byers, Ry. 21, a Ad. Ex., Mecosta..................... 7, Byron, I bank, Q ~ Ry. 51, Am. Ex., Shiawassee.....Qtll Byron Centre, ~9 9 Ry. 28, U. S. Ex., Kent.......... Q 7 C3adil!ac. I bank, Q 9 Rys. 21, 51, Ad., Amn. Ex., \Wexford....................... L 8 Cadlnus,.9 Ry. 28, U. S. Ex.,, Le~nawee................ U 11 Cady, Maeomb............ R 14 Cahooni, (7 miles,h W. St. Louis, 0 10) Isabella........ Cairn.' (4 miles n. w. of Lake George, Am 9) Clare......... Caldwell, (9 miles w. Mt. of Pleasant, N 9), Isabella...... CaledonJ-. Stationj bank,~ 0 Ry. 35, Am. Ex.. Kent.. R 17 California, Branch........ U 9 Calkinsville, (U. R, name Roseb ash), 9 Ry. 51, Am. Ex.,I-abella...................... N 9 Calos, (7 miles n. e. of Battle Creek. S 8),,alhoun........ Calumet, 2 banks, ~ 0 Ry. 17, Am. Ex., Houghton A 14 Calumet Mine, Ry, 8, Amn.Ex., Dickinson.............. E 15 Calvin, Cass............... U 6 Cambria, 0 Hills.dale..... U 9 Cambridge, Lenawee..... T 11 Cam den. Hillsdale....... U 9 Campbeil, lonia........... Q 8 Ca nmpbell, Ry. 8, = Am. Ex., Delta.................... F 3 Campbell City. Clare.......... Campbell's Corners, Ogemaw Llt Camp Douglas, Manistee..L 6 Canada Corners,Muskegon P 6 Canadaigua. Lenawee.... U 11 Canboro, Huron........... N 13 Canby. E lum et............ G 8 Cannonsburgh, Kent,...... P 7 Canton, Ry. 19, Am. Ex. W ayne.................S 13 Canton, Wayne.....'......... Capac, 1 bank. ~ 9 Ry. 7, -Nsatl. Ex., Sa!int Clair...Q 14 Carbondale, Menominee...H2 Carey, 0 Rys. 10, 21, 31, = Ad. Ex., Lake..............M 6 Carland, Ry. 51, Am. Ex., Shiawassee.............. P 10 Carleton, (D * Rys 19, 28, Am., U. S. Ex.. Monroe...... T 13. Carlisle, Eaton............. R 9' Carlisle. (P. 0. name West Carlisle) Ry. 21, Ad. Ex, K ent.................... Q 7 Carlton Centre, Barry.....1R 8 Carney, 0 Ry.8,c= Am. Ex., Menom inee................. G 2 Caro, 3 banks, ~ 0 Ry. 36, Am. Ex., Tuscola....... 0 13 Caro Jnnction, Ry. 36,!= Am. Ex., Tuscola................ Carp, Ry. 17, aAm.Ex., Marquette................... I) 2 Carpenter, Emimet........ H 8 Carpenters, ( P. 0. name Oregon) Ry. 36,=Ain.Ex., Lapeer.................... P 13 Carpenters, Mecosta.......... Carp Furnace, Marquette.... Carp Lake, Ry. 21, c Ad. Ex., Em met.................. G 9 Carp Lake, Rys.9, 32,Am.Ex., Leelanaw............... J 7 Carpville, Leelanaw........... Carrollton,0~ Rys. 12. 36, = Ain., Natl. Ex., Saginlw..... 0 12 Cavruthers, Schoolcraft....... Carrwther';s, (2y miles e. of Hunt Spur, J 6) Ry. 40, Am. Ex., Mackinac............. Carson City, 1 bank, ~ 0 Ry. 52, Natl. Ex.. Nmitcalm. P 9 Carsonville. 2 banks, 0 Q Ry. 19, Am. Ex., Sanilac....O 15 Cascade,Ry.16,Am.Ex., KentQ 7 Cascade Jundtion, Ry. 8, = Am. Ex., Marquette..D 2 Casco, Saint Clair.......... R 15 Cases, Em mett............... POP. 150 x 100 596 X X X X X 20 X 352 X X X X X X X 100 X X X 100 X X X 1,994 X X 175 X X X 100 X X X 50 50 304 X 250 X 150 X X 75 125 687 X 70 X 100 X X X X X X "75 X 250:- 25, 413 3_:00 4,461 30 400 X X 100 438 150 TOWN. COUNTY. INDEX. POP. TOWN. COUNTY INDEX. POP. Caseville, 1 bank, ~ G Ry. 44, Am. Ex., Huron....... M 13 Cash, Sanilac..............0 15 Casnovia,~ 9 Ry. 9, Am. Ex., Muskegon............... P 7 Cass Bridge, Saginaw..... 012 Cass City, 2 banks,G 0 Ry. 44, Am. Ex., Tuscola....... 0 14 Cassopolis, 1 bank,0 E ~Rys. 7, 36,Am.,Natl. Ex., Cass. U 6 Calo, Montcalm........... 0 8 Cat Head Village. Leelanaw 16 Cedar, (2V2 mlies n. e. Solon, J 6) Leelanaw.............. Cedar. Ry. 8. = Am. Ex., Menom inee................. G 1 Cedar Bank, Jackson.....T 10 Cedar Creek. Barry....... R 7 Cedar Dale,Ry. 19, = Am. Ex., Sanilac.................. 14 Cedar q-frand Forks, Ry. 19, Am. Ex., Gladwin...... M 10 Cedar Lake, Ry. 16, a Am. Ex., Montcalhn.......... 09 CedarRiver, 0Menominee. H 2 Cedar Run, Ry. 32, Am. Ex., Benzie....................J 6 Cedar Springs. 1 bank. 0 ~ Ry. 2t,52,Ad.,Natl.Ex., Kent P 7 Cedarville, Menominee.... G 2 Cedarville, (61y, miles n. w. Prentis Bay, F 10) Mackinac Ceenterville, 2 banks, G ) Ry. 36, Am. Ex., St. Joseph, T 7 Central Lake, 0*Ry. 9, An. Ex., Anmrim................... 18 Central Mine, 0 0 Keweenaw, A 15 Centre Lmie,Ry.36,= Am. Ex., Macom b................ S 14 Centreville Statio'n, Delta.. E 3 Ceresco, D 9 Rys. 11, 36, Am. Ex., Calhoun............. S 8 Ceylon, (2V2 miles n. e. of Assyria, R 8) Barry........ Chadwick, Ry. 16, Am. Ex., Ionia.................... P 8 Chamberlains, (P. 0. name Leesburgh) Ry. 7, = Nat]. Ex., Saint Joseph........T 6 Champion Q 0 Rys. 6, 8, 17, 27, Am. Ex., Marquette..D 1 Champion Junction, Ry. 17. Am. Ex., Marquette.... C 15 Champion Mine, ~ Marquette Chandler, Ionia............ Q 8 Chandler, Ry. 36, = Am. Ex., Clinton................. Q 10 Chandler, Ry. 28, U. S. Ex., W ayne.................."T 13 Channing, ~ Ry. 6, Am. Ex., Dickinson.............. D 15 Chapel, Kent.............. Q 7 Chapin, Saginaw.......... P 11 Charleston, Sanilac-....... N 15 Charlesworth, Ry. 28, =- U. S. Ex., Eaton............... S 9 Charlevoix, I bank,~ ~Ry. 9, Am. Ex., Charlevoix.... H 7 Cliarlotte, 2 banks, (D 0 Rys. 7, 36, Am., Natl. Ex., Eaton, R9 Chalton.'s, Charlevoix....... Clase. D 9 Ry. 19, Am. Ex., Lake......................M 7 Chase's, Ry. 28, = U. S. Ex., Lenawee............... U 12 Chassell, ~ 0Ry.17, Am. Ex., Houghton.............. B 14 Chauncey. (3 miles n.e. Grand Rapids, Q 7) Kent.......... Clieboyg'an, 2 banks,' G Ry. 36, Am. Ex., Cheboygan G9 Cheyboyganing,, (4% miles s. Bay City, 0 12) Ry. 19, =n Am. Ex..Saginaw........... Chelsea, 2 banks. Q P Ry. S6, Am. Ex., Washtenaw... S II Chenaux. (22 miles e. Moran, F 10) Mackinac............. Cheney (P. O. name Pere Cheney) Q Ry. 36, Am. Ex., Crawford................ K 10 Cherrie, Ry. 9, Am. Ex.. Charlevoix.............. H 8 Cherry Grove, Wextbrd....... Cherry Hill, Wayne.......... Cherryf Valley, (1 mile e. of Manistique, F 5) Ry.40, c mn. Ex., Scllooleraft............ "Chesaning,1 bank,(2 9 Ry. 36, Am. Ex., Saginaw...... P 11 Cheshire, Allegan........S $6 Cheshire Mine, Ry.8,Am.Ex., Marquette............... E 2 Chester,Ry.36,aAm. Ex.,Eaton. R9 Chesterfield, ~ Ry. 23, Can. Ex., Macomb........... R 15 Chestonia, Antrim......... I 8 Chem'ier, Ry 2, Alcona.. K 12 Chief, (R. R. heine ChieJ Lt^Ake), Ry. 32, Am. Ex., Manistee................ L 6 Chihlsdale, Ry. 21, = Ad. Ex., K ent...................... L 6 Chiison, Ry. 51, Am. Ex., Livingston................. R 12 China, St. Clair........... R 15 Chippewa Luke, (D 9 Ry.16,Am. Ex., Mecosta.............N 7 Chippewa Station, ~ Ry. 19, Am. Ex.. Osceola...... M 8 Choate, Rliy. 8, = AAm. Ex.. Ontonagon.:............ C 13 Chocolayt, Ry. 17, a= Am. Ex., Marquette............... D 3 Chubb's Corners, Livingston. Rll Church, Ry. 2, Oscoda...E, 11 Churchills. (P. 0. name HarIan, K 6) Ry. 51, a Am. Ex., M anistee................. Church's Corners, 9 Hillsdale, U 10 Churchville, Chippewa.... D 10 Cisco, ~Ry. 40, Am.Ex., Mackinac..................... F 6 Chupps, Wexford............. Claireview, (l mile n. Grosse Point, S 14) Wayne......... Clain Lake, Antrim........ J 8 Clare, 1 bank, Q90 Rys. 19, 51, Am. Ex., Clare........... N 9 Clarence, (4 miles s. e. of Temple, M 8) Clare......... Clarence, Ry. 51, Am. Ex., Clare....................... Clarendon, Ry. 36, Am. Ex., Calhoun.................. T 9 Clarion, ~(oRy. 21, Ad. Ex., Charlevoix.............. H 9 Clark, Lake................ M 6 Clark, (P. 0. name Dollar Bay)~0Ry. 17, =- Am. Ex Hougliton............. B 14 Clerks, Ry. 19, caD Ain. Ex., Huron.................. N. 13 Clarks. Wexford............... Clarksburg, 9 Ry. 17, Am. Ex., Marquette.......... D 1 Chlvks Lake, Jackson.... T 10 Clarkston, J bank, ~ Ry. 15, Natl. Ex., Oaklana..... R 13 Clarksville,.~ ~Ry.16,Am.Ex., Ionian..................... Q 8 Clarg, Ry, 9, Am. Ex.,Benzie Clawson, Oakland........1R 14 Clay Bank, Oceana.........04 Clay Hill. Wexford........... Clayton, 1 bank, (D Ry. 28, U. S. Ex., Lenawee.....U 11 Clear Water, Kalkaska..... J 8 Clement, (10 miles w. Greenwood, L 11) Gladwhi....... Clement, Ry. 10, Manistee L 6 Clement Junction, Ry. 10, M ason................... M 5 Cleon, (4 miles n. e. Marilla, L 6) Manistee,............. Cleon, Wexford............ K 6 Cleon Centre, Manistee....... Cliffs, Baraga................ Clifford, Q 0 Rys.19,44.Am.Ex., Lapeer.................. P 13 Clifton, Keweenaw........ A 15 CliftonJ Mine, Keweenaw..... Climlax, 1 bank, ( D Ry. 7, Natl. Ex., Kalamazoo... S 7 Clinton, 2 banks, D e Ry. 28, U. S, Ex., Lenawee..... T 11 Clinton's, Clare............... Clio, 1 bank, ~ 9 Ry. 19, Am. Ex., Genesee........... P 12 Cloverdale, Ry. 5, Am. Ex., Barry................... R 8 Clovevville, Ry. 21, EAd. Ex., Muskegon.................. 508 100 275 X 813 1,369 125 X X X x 300 75 X 200 307 140 1,035 X 100 775 245 1,300 200 X 500 40 130 80 1,200 X X X X X X X 45 50 535 1,496 3,867 X 388 X 600 X 6,235 X 1, 35-ý6 50 100 X X x X 1,056 150 X 210 50 X X 100 70 500 75 x x x x x 60 X x x x 160 1,174 x x 150 200 x 578 x x 200 X 387 200 x x x 700 200 200 x X X Xx x 306 x x 369 960 x 577 100 x Clowry, ( Ry. 8, Am. Ex., Marquette.............. C 15 Clyde G 9 R1y. 19, Ain. Ex., Oakland................ R 12 Clytie, Ry. 8, =Ain. Ex., Menominee................. G 1 Coat's Grove, Ry. 5, Am. Ex., Barry..................... R 8 Cobb's J.u'nction, Grand Traverse....... - *. '.. -."... Col) Moo Sa, Ocea1 6......' Coe, (7 miles n. w. St. Louis, 0 10) Isabella............... Cohoctah, Q Ry. 51, Am. Ex., Livingston,.............. R 11 Colby, Ry. 16, = Am. Ex., Montcalm................ P 8 Colden, (41/, miles e. Midland, N 11) Midland.............. Coldwater, 3 banks, ~ Q Ry. 28, U.S.Ex., Branch U 9 Cole, Ry. 44, Am. Ex., Oakland..... R 1-3 Coleman, Ry. 8, a Am. Ex., Menominee............. 1I Coleimpn,Q~ Ry. 19, Am. Ex., Midland................ N 10 Colerain, (2V'miles s. e. Troy, R113) Oakland.............. Col fax, Wexford.......... K 7 Collins, ~ Ry. 16, Am. Ex., lonia..................... Q 8 Collins, Oceana............... Collins, Osceola.............. Collison, (5% miles n. w. of Homestead. K 6) Benzie.... Coloma,~~ Ry. 9, Am. Ex., Berrien..................T 5 Colon, 1 bank,0~ ~0Ry. 36, Am. Ex., St. Joseph.......... U 8 Colon Junction. Ry. 36, Am. Ex., St. Joseph.......... U 8 Cobaiam, Oakland.............. Columbua,,Jackson........... Columbia, Tuscola....... N 13 Columbia, Ry. 36, Am. Ex., Van Buren.............. S 6 Colulnbiaville. Q~eRy.36, Am. Ex., Lapeer.....'....... P 13 Columbus, St. Clair....... Q 15 Colicell, Montcalm........ 0 8 Colhwood,(4 miles e. Columbia. N13) Tuscola............... Comins, Oscoda.......... K 11 Commerce, 9 Oakland....PR 13 Cornptons, Osceola........... Comstock, ( ~ Ry. 36,Am.Ex., Kalamazoo............... S 7 Concord, 2 banks,(G 9 Ry. 36, Am. Ex., Jackson...... S 10 Condit, Ry. 28, = U. S. Ex., Calhoun................. T 9 Cone, e1Ry. 54, Pac. Ex., Monroe....................... T 12 Conger, Ry. 9,=Am.Ex., Manistee......................... Conk]in, a Ry. 21, Ad.E., Ottawa..................... P 6 Conley Ry. 9, Am. Ex., Lake, N M 6 Conner's Creek, Wayne... S 14 Constance, Ontonagon........ Constantine, 2 banks, E 9 Ry. 28, U.S. Ex., St. Joseph 0 14 Convis Centre. Calhoun.... S 8 Conway, Ry 21,r- Ad.Ex., Emm et...................... H 9 Cook's. Oceana............... Cooks (It. R. namne Cooks Mills), Ry. 40, Ain. E x., Schoolcraft.............. F 5 Cook's,'tation, Newaygo.. N 7 Cooley, (7 tulles s. e. of Port Austin,M 14) Huron........ Coonrer, (S2 miles s. w. Mt. Pleasant. N 9) Isabella...... Cooper, Rys. 21, 28, = Ad.. U. S. Ex., Kalamazoo.... S 7 Cooper's Crossing, Ry. 14, Am. Ex., losco.................. Coopersville, 1 bank, Q 9 Ry. 15, Natl. Ex., Ottawa....P 6 Copemish,~~Rys.32, 51, Am. Ex., Manistee.......... K 6 Copes, Clare.................. Copley, Lake................. Copper Falls Mine, ~ 0 Keweenaw-............. A 15 Copper Harbor, Keweelaw... A 15 Coral, ~ 9 Ry. 16, Aln. Ex.. Montcalm................0O 7 Corbus, Ry. 28, a U. S. Ex., Lenawee................ U 12 Corey, QRy. 36, Anm. Ex., Cass U6 Corinne, (P. O. name Gould City) Q Ry. 40, Am. Ex., Maekihac................ F 6 Corinth, Kent.............. Q 7 Corning, (3 miles e. Moline, R 7) Allegan................ Corrigan, (10 miles n. w. Whittemore, L 12.) Ogemaw.... Cnrtland Centre, Kent..... P 7 (Corunna, 1 bank, ~ 9 Rys. 15, 51. Aml., Natl. Ex., Shiawassee................... Q 11 Corwin. (8 miles s. e. Hartford, T 5) Van Buren............ Cottage Grove. (11/ miles s. w. Grosse Point, S 14) Wayne.. Cottage Park Spar, Ry. 40, = Am. Ex., Chippewa..... E 10 County House, Ry. 36, Aln. Ex., W ayne................. Count/ Line, Ry. 36, Am. Ex., M idland.................... County Line,Ry. 19,r=-Ani.Ex., Saginaw..................P 12 County Line, (P. 0. name Dash), Ry. 9,=Am.Ex.,Muskegon.................... O 6 Covert, * Ry. 53, Am. Ex., Van Buren............... S 5 Covington. Baraga............ Cracow, Huron............ N 15 Craig, 9 Houghton........ B 14 Craigsmere, Ry. 8, =Ain. Ex., Ontonagon............. C 13 Crane, Benzie................ Cranston. (2 miles s. m. New Era, 0 5) Occana........... Crapo, Mecosta............ N 7 Grapo Farm. Ry.7,=Natl.Ex., Genesee................ Q 12 Crawford, Isabella......... 0 9 Cracjqord, Crawford....... K 9 Crawford's Quarry, Presque Isle..................... H 11 Creens, Ry. 47, C= Am. Ex., Saginaw...................... Creevy Siding, Ry. 19, c DAm. Ex., Huron-.............M 13 Cpeighton, ~ Ry. 17, a Anm. Ex., Schoolcraft......... D 5 Cressey, Ry. 5, Am. Ex., Barry................... S 7 Creswell, Antrim............1 8 Crittenden., Wexford......... Crofton, Ry. 21, = Ad. Ex., Kalkaska................K 8 Crooked Lake, (R. R. name Lake), ~~ Ry.19, Am. Ex., Clare-................... N 8 Crosby, (R., nanme ]oen), Ry. 36,=Are. Ex., Kent..Q 7 Crosby's Hills, Montealn..P 8 Crossman, (6 miles n. e. of Vassar, 0 12) Tuscola........ Cross Village, Emmet.... G 8 Croswell, 1 bank, ~ 9 0Ry. 19 Amn. Ex., Sanilac........ P 15 Croton, 9 Newaygo....... 0 7 Crow Island, Ry. 19, -n Am. Ex., Saginaw............ 011 Crozer. Ry. 8, = Am. Ex., Gogebic................ D 13 Crozier's Mtill, Gogebic....... Crozier's Mfills, Ry, 8, Am, Ex., Ontonagon............. Crystal, 9 Montcalm....... P 9 Crystal City, Ry.51,aAm.Ex., Benzie.................. K 5 Crystal Falls, 1 bank, Q 9 Ry. 8, Am. Ex.,hron.... D 15 Crystal Lake. Benzie......... Crystal Lake, (R. R. name Anthony) R y. 17,i=-Am. Ex., Houghlton........'...... C 14 Crystal Valley, Oceana.... N 5 Culver, Ry. 36, =Am.Ex., Arenac..................... M 11 Cumber, Sanilac.......... N 14 Curran, Alcona........... J 12 Curtis, Alcona............ K 12 Cur'tis, Mackin'ac............. Cwurtisrille, Roscommon...... Cushing, Cass.............. T 5 Miich 2 x 400 x x x 12 x 100 125 x 5,247 X X 540 X 50 90 X X X 500 489 X x x 150 X 578 *X X 100 X 200 X 393 580 X 75 X 100 X 500 X 1,346 X 157 X. 100 X X X 200 X 790 X x 300 1,000 150 335 X 100 150 X SX X 1,882 X 275 x "x x 150 280 325 X X X X X X 60 X 40 X 200 X X X 200 X X X 100 100 x x 48O 504 125 2O00 X X X 200 X 1,240 X 200 175 X 80 X X X 15 TOWN. COUNTY- INDEX. POP. Custer, Q90Ry. 19, Amn. Ex., Mason.................. M 5 400 Cutcheon, Missaukee......L 8 X GY!/, Ry. 8, C= Am. Ex., Marquette.................. E 2 X D Dafter, Ry. 40, i2 Am. Ex., Chippewa............... D 10 X Daggett, ~ 9 Ry. 8,Am.Ex.,Menominee................. H 2 500 Dailey, G) Ry. 86, Am. Ex., Cass..................... UU 5.100 Daltc n, Muskegon......... 0 5 25 Damon, Ry.2,Ogemaw.... K 11 30 Dana, Ry. 36, Am. Ex.,Crawford..................... J t0 X Danby, Ionia.............. Q 9 X Dansville, 1 bank, 9 Ingham R 11 366 Darbys, Kalkaska............ X Darvah's, Mecosta........... X Dash, (R. R. name County Line), Ry. 9,mAm.Ex., Muskegon................... 0 6 280 Davis, Macomb........... R 14 175 Davisburgh,-"~ 9 Ry. 15,-Natl. Ex.,Oakland............R 13 300 Davison 1 bank. D9 *Ry. 7, Natl. Ex., Genesee...... Q 12 456 Day, Cass.................. U 6 60 Dayton, G)Ry. 36, Am.Ex.,Berrien.................... U 4 300 Deanville, Lapeer......... P 14 ] 50 Dearbbrn, 0 a Ry. 36, Am. Ex., Wayne............. S 13 700 Decatur, 1 bank, Q 9 Ry. 36, Am. Ex., Van Buren.... T 6 1,109 Deciple, Mecosta.......... N 8 25 Deckervile,1 bank, ~ (oRy.19, Am.Ex., Sanilac........ 0 15 350 DeepRiver, Q Ry.36,[Am.Ex., Arenac................. M 11 200 Deer Creek, Livingston...R 11 100 Deerfleld, ~ ~Ry. 28, U. S. Ex., Lenawee................ U 12 421 Deer Lake, ~ Ry. 21, Ad. Ex., Lake.................... M 7 371 Deer Park, a Ry. 43, Luce.. C 6 200 DeerTo %, Ry. 17, = Am. Ex., Alger......................D 3 X Defiance. (8 miles n. w.Brampton, F 3) Delta.............. 150 Deford, ~,Ry. 41, Am. Ex.,Tuscola.................... 0 14 100 Delaware Mine, ~ Keweenaw A 15 25 Delhi Mills, (R. R. name Delhi), Q Ry. 36, Am. Ex., Washtenaw............. S 12 75 Dellwood. (3 miles w. of Shay. town, R 9) Eaton....'....... X De Loughary, Menominee.. G 2 600 Delray, *0Rys. 16, 541, - Am., Pac. Ex., Wayne........ S 14 600 Delta, a Ry. 16, Am. Ex., Eaton................... Q 10 300 Delta Ju-netion, Ry. 40, =Am. Ex., Sehoolcraft..........F 5 X Delton, Ry. 5, Am. Ex., Barry S 8 200 Delwin, ry. 19,=Am.Ex., Isabella................... N 9 75 Denmark, Tuscola........ 0 12 50 Dennm a)-kJunction, (P.O. nam e Jenney).~( Ry. 86, Am. Ex., Tuscola................ O 12 25 Dennison, Ry. 15,* Natl. Ex., Ottawa................... P 6 50 Denton. ~ Ry. 36, Am. Ex., W ayne.................. S 13 250 Denrer, Neewaygo......... 0 6 100 Depeus8 Sidinfl. 4 m. i. Utica, R 14, Ry. 36, ci Am. Ex., Maeomb.......... X Derby, Ry. 5 ), Am. Ex., Berrjien.......................T 5 X Detour. Chippewa........ F 11 500 DET:ROIT. 31 banks, (Q Rys. 15, 16, 23, 28, 36, 54, Am., Can. Natl., Pac. U. S. Ex., Wayne................. S 14 205,876 Deuet, Bay..................... X Devereaux, ~ Ry. 28, U.S. Ex., Jackson................. S 10 100 Devil's Lake, Ry'. 11, Amn. Ex., Lenawee........... U 11 25 JDev~on, Ontonagon............ X Dew;nngs, usceola............. X De Witt, 9 Clinton........ Q 10 450 Dexter, Montgomery......... X Dexter. 1 bank, ~ 9 Ry. 36, Am. Ex., Washtenaw...S 11 879 Diamon d, Ontonagon........ X Diamond Lake, (R. R. name Dianon~d Loeb), ~ 9 Ry. 9, Am. Ex., Newaygo...... N 6 250 Diamnond Lake, Cass......... X Diamond Springs, Allegan R 6 300 Dickinson, (2 miles s. w. Ashl'nd Centre. O 6) Newayego X Dighton, Osceola.........;M 8 100 Dimondfte, ~ 0 Ry. 28, U. S. Ex., Eaton............... R 9 320 Diorite, Ry. 8, Am,. Ex., Marquette................. C 15 X Disco, Macomb........... R 14 800 Dishno, Rys. 8, 27, Am. Ex., M arquetti.................. Dixboro, Washtenaw..... S 12 X Doane, Ry. 2, losco........... X Dodge,.() Clare,.......... M 9 311 Dollar '"Bay, (R. R. name Clark),'.Q 0 Ry. 17, = Aln. Ex., Houghton.......... B 14 578 Dollarville, ~ 9 Ry. 17, Am. Ex., Luce................. D 7 350 Dolsemfille, Bay.............. X Donaldson, Chippewa.... E 10 25 Dorgans. Chippewa X Dor.,,~ 9 Ry. 28, U.'S.E, Allegan................. R 6 350 Dorr, (P. 0. name Alamando) Ry. 19, = Ain. Ex., Midland...................N 10 X Dorranc'.. (5 miles s. w. of Quincy. U 9) Branch........ X Doster, (P. 0. name Brouard), 0Ry. 11, Am. Ex., Barry S 7 20 Dot, Charlevoix........... H 9 20 Doty!, (6. miles s. Allegan, R 6) Al egan..................... X Doubling, (12 miles s. High Bridge, M 6) Ry. 9, Am. Ex., M anistee................... X Dougherty. Ry. 8, =Aii. Ex., Menominee.............. G 2 X Douglas, 1 bank, r~ 9 Allegan P 5 404 Dover, Clare............... M 9 50 Dowagiac,2 banks, ~ 9 Ry 36, Am. Ex., Cass........... T 6 2,806 Dowling, Barry............ R 8 100 Downington, 1 bank, Q 9 Ry. 19, Am. Ex.. Sanlac.... 0 14 325 Doyle, Ry. 19, = Am. Ex., G ratiot...................... X Doyle, Q Ry. 16, = Am. Ex.,St. Clair..................... Q 14 X Doyle City/, Mecosta........... X Drake, Lapeer............ P 13 X Drayton Plains, Ry. 15, Natl. Ex., Oakland........... R 13 120 Drenthe, Ottawa.......... Q 6 300 Driggs, Ry. 17, = Am. Ex., Schoolcraft.............. D 6 X Drissel, Ry. 19, =- Am. Ex., Saginaw................ 0 11 X Drummond, Chippewa.... F 12 250 Dryads, Ry. 8, =- Am. Ex.. Menominee.............. F 2 X Dryden.2 banks,D~ ~aRy.44,Ain. Ex., Lapeer.............. Q 14 322 Duck Lake, Calhoun.......S 9 100 Duck Lake, Muskegon....... 25 Duel, (5 miles n. w. Willard, N 11) Bay................... X Duffleld, G~ Ry. 7. Natl. Ex., Genesee................ Q 12 50 Dunbar, Berrien.............. X Duncan, a Cheboygan.... G 10 X Dundee, 1 bank Q 9 Rys. 11, 28, 51, Am., U. S. Ex., Monroe..................... I1 12 1,166 Dunhanm, Ry. 36, =- Am. Ex., Arenac.................M 11 X Dunleith, Ry. 40, = Ain. Ex., Mackinac............... F 7 X Dunningville, Ry. 9,=Am.Ex., Allegan................. R 6 280 Dunn Mine, 9 Ry'. -, Am. Ex., Iron.. D 15 X Du Plain. Clinton......... P 10 250 Durand,2 banks, ( 9 aRys. 7.12, 15, 51, Am., Natl. Ex., Shiawassee............... Q 12 255 Dushville. (6 miles e.Rowland, 0 9) 9 Isabella.............. 250 TOWN. COUNTY. INDEX. POP. Dutton, ~ 9 Ry. 36, Am. Ex., K ent......:.... "......... Q 7 Dwight, (2 miles e. Elm Rock, 1 8) Charlevoix............. IE Eagle, Q 9 Ry. 16, Am. Ex., Clinton.................. Q 9 Eagle Harbor, ~ 9 Keweenaw, A 15 Eagle Mfills, (212 miles s.Grand Rapids, Q 6) Ry. 28, = U. S. Ex., K ent................... Eagle Mills, Q 9 Rys. 17, 34, Am. Ex., Marquette..... D 2 Eagle River, ~ 9 Keweenaw.....................A 15 Eames, Ry. 44, = Am. Ex., Oakland................. R 13 Eardly, (2V2 miles s. w. Cascade, Q 7) Kent............ Earl, (8 miles n. e. Evart,AM 8) Osceola................ East Bay, Grand Traverse J 7 East Branch, Ry. 17, = Ain. Ex., Luce.................E 6 East China, Saint Clair....... East Cohoctah, (2%, miles n. e. Cohoctah, Q 11) Livingston. East Cooper, Ry. 5,r= Am.Ex., Kalamazoo............... S 7 East Dayton, Tuscola..... 0 13 East Frelnont, Sanilac.... P 15 East Gilead, Branch....... U 8 East Golden, Ry. 9, A-Am.Ex., Oceana................... N 5 East Greenwood, Saint Clair P15 East Holland, (4 miles s. e. of Holland, Q 6) Ottawa....... East Jordan, 1 bank, ~ -y.1, Charlevoix............... 1 8 Eastlake, 9 Rys. 10, 19, E-i Am. Ex., Manistee............ L 5.Eastlake, Ry. 40, C= Am. Ex., Schoolcraf t................. East Le Roy, 0P Ry. 36, Am. Ex., Calhoun............. T 8 Eastmanville, Ottawa...... Q. 6 East Mosherville, Hilsdale.... Easton,(3 miles e.West Haven, P 11) Shiawassee............ East Paris, Ry. 16, Am. Ex., K ent................... Q 7 Eastport, 9 Antrim.........1 8 East Riverton, Mason..... M 5 East Saint Joh.n, Bay........ East Saugatuck, D Ry 9, Am. Ex., Allegan............. R 5 East Side, Alpena......... 1T13 East Springport, Jackson.S 10 East Tawas, Ibank ~ 9 R y. 14, Am. Ex., Iosco.......... L 13 East Thetford, Genesee...P 12 Eastwood. (R. R. nanmle 'Garfield), Ry. 36, =- Am. Ex., Saginaw................. P 11 Easy, (P. 0. nameeSilverwood) ~Ry.19,aAin. Ex. Tuscola, P 13 Eaton Rapids,2 banks. Q 9 Rys. 28, 36.Am.,U.S.Ex.,Eaton S 9 Eau Claire, 0 Ry. 13, Am. Ex., Berrien............. T 5 Echo, Antrim.............. I 8 Eekerlnan, Q Ry. 17, = -Am. Ex., Chippewa...........1D8 Eckart, Washtenaw........... Eckford, (Q Ry. 11, Ain. Ex., Calhoun.................. T9 Ecorse, Q Q Rys. 28, 36, Ain., U. S. Ex., Wayne........ S 14 Eden, Q Ry. 36, Am. Ex., Inghaln................. R 10 Edenville, 9 Midland....N 10 Edgel, Van Buren........... Edgerton, Ry. 21, E Ad. Ex., K ent..................... P 7 Edgewater, Benzie......... J 5 Edgewood. Gratiot........ P 10 Edmore, 1 bank, G 9 Ry. 16, Am. Ex., Montcalm..... 0 8 Edna, Roscomnmon........ L 9 Edson Corners, Missaukee L 9 Edwardsburgh. 1 bank, Q 9 Ry. 7, Natl. Ex., Cass.... U 6 Eggleston, Muskegon......... Eight MIile 5idling, Ry. 15, e Natl. Ex.. Oakland.......... Elba, ~Ry. 7, Natl. Ex.,Lapeer Q13 Elbrldge,(8 miles e. Hart, N 5) Oceana....................... Eldred. Ry. 28, CDz U. S. Ex., Jackson................ T 10 Elgin, Ottawa.............. Q 6 Elk, Genesee............. P 11 Elk, Saginaw............. P 11 Elk-land, Tuscola........ N 14 Elk Rapids, 1 bank ~ 9 Ry. 9, Am. Ex., Antrimn......... J 8 Elkton, ~ 9 Ry. 47, Aln. Ex., Huron...................N 14 Ellington, Tuscola........ O 13 Elliott, St. Clair.......... P 14 Ellis, (7 miles s. \v. Marshall, S 9) Calhoun................. Ellismille, Isabella........ N 9 Ellsworth, ~ Ry. 9, Am. Ex., Antrim.....................1 8 Ellsworth, Lake.......... M 7 Eln, Ry. 16,=- Am.Ex.,Wayne S 13 Elm Creek, Huron........ N 15 Elndale, ~ Rys. 16, 29, Am. Ex., Ionia................ Q 7 Elner, 9 Sanilac......... 0 14 Elm Hall.9a Gratiot........ P 9 Elmira, D 9 Ry. 21, Ad. Ex.. Otsego................... I 9 Elm Rock, Leelanaw......J 6 Elmwood. Tuscola........ 0 13 Elmwood, (P. 0. name Paint River), ~9 Ry.8, Amn. Ex., Iron.................... D 13 Elsie, 1 bank, G 9 Ry.51,Am. Ex., Clinton............ P 10 Elva, Tuscola............. P 12 Elwell, 9 Ry. 16, Am. Ex., Gratiot..................0 9 Ely, Emmet............... G 9 _Embo, Charlevoix......... H 8 Emerson. Chippewa....... D 8 Emnery,(R.R. name Leland's), 9 Rys. 49, 51, Am. Ex., Washtenaw.............. S 12 Emery Jmnction, Ry. 14, = Ain. Ex., losco......... L 12 Emmett, Q~D Ry. 7, Natl. Ex., St. Clair.................. Q 15 Empire 39 Leelanaw.....J. 5 Encampment, (50 miles n. eC. Cheboygan, G 9) Chippewa. Engadine, (P. O. name Kennedy, E7) ~ Ry.40,E Am.Ex., M ackinac................... English, (R. R. name Kloman), Ry. 8, = Am. Ex., Menominee.............. G 2 Englishville, Ry. 9,= Ain. Ex., K ent..................... P 6 Ennis, (6 miles s. McMillan, D 6) Luce............... Ensign, Ry. 40, = Am. Ex., D elta.................... F 4 Ensley, Newaygo.......... 0 7 Entrican, (3 miles s. \w. Westville. 0 8) Montcalm....... Epoufette. Mackinac...... E 8 Epsilon, Emmet........... H 9 Erie, 9 Monroe1.......... U 13 Erie, Ry. 8, Am. Ex., Marquette.................. C 15 Escainaba,2 banks, ~ 9 Rys. 8, 40, Am. Ex., Delta..... G 3 Msmond, (18 miles n. e. Tawas City, L 13) losco............ Essexville, 9 Bay........ N 12 Eotey, Bay..................... Eureka, 9 Clinton........ P 10 Eureka Place, (21/ miles e. Greenville, P 8) Ry. 52, = Natl. Ex., Mont'alm........ Eustis, Q Ry. 40, = Aln. Ex., Menominee.............. G 2 Evans, Ry. 52, = Natl. Ex., K ent..................... P 7 Evans Lake. (7V miles w. of Clinton, T 11) Lenawee..... Evart, 2 banks, Q 9 Ry. 19, Am. Ex.. Osceola....... M 8 Eveline, Charlevoix........ I 8 Evenwood, Muskegon........ _Levergrveen, (3 miles n.e. Jeddo, P 15) St. Clair.............. Ewen Station, 2 banks, ~ 9 RY. 17, Am. Ex.. Ontonagon C 13 Excelsior. Kalkaska........J 8 Exeter, Monroe........... T 13 150 x 141 825 X 150 400 25 X x 45 x x 35 x 75 x 100 x 50 x 731 1,856 35 450 10 X so 150 x x 100 x x 2,226 200 200 50 1,970 400 X X X 75 400 100 100 X 800 70 60 735 X X 600 X X 150 5O X 150 X X 1,200 800 50 X 25 X 50 X 50 x 25 100 350 x 5CO 50 25 396 25 200 x x 8o 25 x K50 200 X X X 200 X X 150 50 75 50 300 X 6,808 X 1,545 X 250 X X 57 25 1,269 X _X X 350 X 10 TOWVN. COUNTY. INDEX. POP. Eyke, Ry. 19,=iAm. Ex., Clare, M 8 X FabiusG Ry.36, =n Am.Ex., St. Joseph.................. U 7 X Factoryville, Ry. 36,=Am,Ex., St. Joseph............... T 8 25 Fairfax, (2Y miles s.w. Colon, U 8) St. Joseph............. 40 Fairfield, 9 Lenawee.... U 11 350 Fair Grove, 1 bank. Q 9 Ry. 47, Am. Ex., Tuscola....O 12 400 Fair Haven, ~D Saint Clair. R 15 603 Fairland, Ry. 13, c U. S. Ex., rien..................... U 5 X Fair Oaks, Ontonagon........ X Fairport, (4 miles n. Clayton, U 11) Lenawee.............. * 10 Fairview, Mason.......... N 5 X.Fairview. Ry. 2, Oscoda... J 11 130 Falcon, (1 mile s w. Croswell, P 15) Sanilac................ 800 Fallassburg, Kent......... Q 7 X Falnouth, Ry. 51, Am. Ex., Missaukee............... L 8 120 False Presque, 18le, Presque Isle......................... 25 Fargo, 9 Ry. 19, = Am. Ex., Saint Clair............... P 15 175 Farmers Creek, Lapeer... Q 13 100 Farmington, 9Oakland...S 13 320 Farnham, Ry. 40, Am. Ex., Menominee............... G 2 X Farnsworth, Wexford...... K7 25 Farowe, (1 mitle e. South Blendon, Q 6) Ottawa....... X Farravdville, Genesee...P 12 X tFamrin's, Kalkaska........... X Farwell, ~ 9 Rys. 19, 51, Ain. Ex., Clare............... N 9 584 Faumds,Ry. 8,= Am. Ex., Menominee................. F 2 X Fawn River, Saint Joseph U 8 50 Fawn River Station,"(By miles e.Wlhite Pigeon, U 7) Ry. 28, =U. S.Ex., St. Joseph...... X Faxon, (2V miles s. w. South Butler, '1 9) Branch........ X Fall. (3j miles w. Chesanifg, P 11) Saginaw.............. X Fayette, 9 Delta........... G 4 500 Federman,]Monroe....... C 12 X Felch Junction, Ry. 8, Am. Ex., Delta................... X Fennville. 1 bank, D 9 Ry. 9, Am. Ex., Allegan........ R 5 360 Fenton, 2 banks, 0 9 Ry. 15, Natl. Ex., Genesee...... Q 12 2,182 Fenwick, ~9~0Ry. 16,Am. Ex,, Montcalllm............... P 8 175 Fergus, 0 Ry. 36, = Am. Ex., Saginaw................ P 11 200 Fern. (3 miles s. e. of Marble, M 5) Mason................. 25 Fe'ris, Montcalhn..........0 9 100 Ferry, ~ Oceana.......... 0 5 275 Ferrysburgh, G a Rys. 9, 15, Am., Natl. Ex., Ottawa..P 5 450 Ferrysville, Mason........... X Fewvsville, Baraga............ X Fields,.~Ry. 9, Am. Ex., Newaygo....................... 0 7 200 Fife Lake,~ 9Ry. 21, Ad. Ex., Grand Traverse......... K 8 394 Filer City. 9 Manistee..... L 5 X Filion, Ry. 19, a= Ain. Ex., Huuroni................... I14 X Fillmore, Barry............ X Fillmore Centre, (R. R. iame Fihnore), ~)Ry. 9, Am. Ex., Allegan.................. R, 6 250 Findley, Q Rys.28, 36, Am.,U.S Ex., St. Joseph.......... U 8 15 Finkton, Antrim........... I 8 50 Finland, Ontonagon.......... X Fisher. (7 miles n. w. Presque Isle, H 12) Presque Isle..... X Fisher's Junction, Bay....... X Fishers Station, ~E Ry. 21, m Ad. Ex., Kent........... Q7 60 Fishierville, Ry. 35, Ain. Ex., Bay................O 11 X Fishville. (6 niles s.c. Stanton, P 8) Montcalm.............. 100 Fisk (P. (). name Watson) Ry. 11. Am. Ex.. Allegan.. R 6 50 Fitchburgll. 1lnghamm...... S 10 150 Fitch, viii(. Antlrim....".... J 8 X Fitzpa tric],'s, WVexford....... X Five Lakes. Lapeer....... P 14 250 Fire Lakes, Otsego........... X Flanders, (a miles e. Hilhnan, 1 11) Alpena................ X _Flat!locAk,Rys.8,40,i-iAm.Ex., Delta......................G 3 X.Flat RockRy. 2, Alcona... K 12 X Flat Rock, ~ 9 Ry. 28, U.S. Ex., WNayne.................. T 13 377 Fleming, Livingston..... E 11 125 Fletcher, Kalkaska........ K 9 X Fletc~her, Ontonagon......... X Flint, 4 banks, 9 Rys. 7,19, Am.,N atl. Ex.,Genesee Q 12 9,803 Flint River Junction, 0 Ry. 19,a Am. Ex., Genesee. Q 12 X Floodwood, Q 9 Ry. 6, Am. Ex., Dickinson........ D 15 X Florence, Ry. 28. U. S. Ex., Saint Joseph............. U 7 X Flower Creek. Oceana.... 0 4 100 Flowerfield,QDRy.28. U. S.Ex., Saint Joseph............. T 7 125 Floyd, (4 miles s. of Shepherd, 0 9) Isabella................ X Flushing.1 bank, 9 Ry.,12Natl. Ex., Genesee............ Q 12 965 Fui'd River. Delta........ G 3 500 Ford River Station, Ry.8,Am. Ex., Delta...............,G 8 X For'est 'City. Muskegon.... 0 5 X Forester, ~ banilac...... 0 15 100 Forest Grove, Ottawa...... Q 6 75 Forest Hill, Gratiot........0 9 X Forest Hill Station, Ry. 51, Am. Ex. Gratiot....... O 10 X Forestville, ~ 9 Sanilac... N 1 5 400 Fork, Mecosta............ N 8 X Fornian, Ry. 19, = Am. Ex, Lake................... M 6 200 Forsyth, (R. R. name Little LaA'e), Ry. 8 =_ Am. Ex., Marquette............... E 3 200 Fortesque, Roscommon...... X Fort Gratiot, Q( 9 Rys. 7, 23, Cali. Natl. Ex., Saint Clair Q 15 2,000 Ftort Wayne, Wayne......... X Fort Wfrayne Junction, Ry. 28, - U. S, Ex., Hillsdale..U 10 -X Foster City, 0 a R3. 8, Am. Ex., Dickinson......... E 16 75 Fosters, IRy. 12, Natl. Ex., Saginaw.... P 11 100 Foster's, Washtenaw......... X Fostoria, 0 9 Ry. 19, Am. Ex., Tuscola................. P 13 300 Fouch, (5V miles s. e. of Solon, J 6) Ry. 32. Am. Ex., Leelanaw...................... X Fountain, 0 Gy. 19, Am. Ex., Mason................M 5 100 Four Towns, Oakland.... 1R 13 X Fowler, 1 bank, (0 9 Ry. 15, Natl. Ex., Clinton....... Q 9 346 Fowlerville, 1 bank, ~ 9 Ry. 16, Am. Ex.. Livingston R 11 945 Foxville, Lake................ X Francisco, G Ry. 36, Al. Ex., Jackson.................S 11 120 Frcankenlust, Bay........ O 11 X F rank enminth,. a Saginaw. P 12 350 Fra-2ikenmu t/ Station, 0 Ry.19, Am. Ex., Saginaw...... 0 12 X Franlen trost, (or 0 'IostvlUe), Ry. 36, Am. Ex., Saginaw, 50 Frankfort. 1 bank, ( 9 (Ry. 51, Am. Ex., Benzie...., K 5 1,175 Franklinb, Ry. 17, = Am. Ex., Houghton............... B 14 X Franklin. G Okland..... R 13 200 Franlklin, 0 Lenawee........ X Fraser, 0 Ry. 23. Cali. Ex., Macomb................ R 14 140 Fraser, Marquette........... X Frederic, 0 & Rys. 1,036, Am. Ex., Crawford.......... K 9 150 Fredonia, Washtenaw..... S 12 X Freedom, Ry. 36, - Ain. Ex., Cl])boygani............. G 10 X Freeland,0~G)0Ry. 19, Am. Ex. Saginaw............... -0 11 350 Freeman's, Bay.............. X Freeport, 1 bank, ~ 9 Ry. 29, Am. Ex., Barry.......... R 8 SOO Free Soil, 0 9Ry. 19, Am. Ex., M ason.................... M 5 306 Free Soil Mills, Mason.... M 5 X 100 x 1,15.9 X X 350 150 425 250 X X 50 X 20 150 100 60 250 68 X 6O0 X 6O 386 100 50 140 50 1,701 X X 30 X 68 X 15 X X 1,074 X X 921 600 300 140 X, / it / / /' /,/ / I I I Ad., Adams Ex. Am., American Ex. Can., Canadian Ex, Dom., Dominion Ex. Natl., National Ex. N. P., Northern Pacific Ex. U.S., United States Ex.

Page  127 Ai TOWN. COUNTY INDEX, POP. TOWN. COUNTY INDEX. POP. Froiburgers, (2/. miles e. of Cmnder, N 14), Sanilac..... Fremont,1 bank0~ ~0Ry. 9,Am. Ex., Newaygo...........0 6 Freemont Lake, Newago..... Frenchtown, Ry. 36, =i Am. Ex., Monroe............ U 13 Frielingville, Osceola.....M 7 Frontier, 0 Hillsdale...... U 10 Frost, Ry. 19, - Ain. Ex., Clare -.................... M 9 Frost, Saginaw........... 0 11 Fruitport, (D aRy. 9, Am. Ex., Muskegon............... P 6 Fruitport Junction, Rys. 9, 21, 52, = Ad., Am., Natl. Ex.. Muskegon.......... P 5 Fruit Ridge, (2 miles s. w. Thurber, T 8), Lenawee..... Fulton, 0 Kalamnazoo.....T 7 Fulton, Ry. 17, Ain. Ex., Keeweenaw............ A 14 Fumee, Menomtnee.......... 25 1,097 x X x 150 X 5U 300 X 40 150 X X G Gagetown, 1 bank, G a ry. 44, Ex., Tuscola.............N13 237 Gaines Station, 0 0 y. 15, Natl. Ex., Genesee...... Q12 304 Galesburgh, i bank, o 0 Ry. 86, Am. Ex., Kalanazoo..S 7 702 GGalien, 2 banks, G 9 aRys.86,50. Ad., Am. Ex., Berrien.. U 4 492 Galloway, (41niles n. e. Edgewood, 0 10), Saginaw....... X Galt, Missaukee........... L 8 X Ganges,~a Allegan......... R 5 100 Garden, 0 Delta............ F 5 458 Garden Dale, (3V. miles s. e. North Street, Q 15), St. Clair X Garden Bay, Delta........... X Garden River, (5 miles s. e. of Saultde Ste. Marie, D. 10), Chippewa................... X Garfield (P. 0. name Eastwood) Ry. 36, = Am. Ex., Saginaw................ P 11 200 Gaskill. (3Y5, miles s. Banfield, S 8) Barry................. X Gates, Bay.................... X Gatesville, Chippewa..... E l1 X Gauthiers, Marquette......... X Gaylord, 2 banks, G ) Ry. 36, Ain Ex., Otsego........,I 9 661 Gay's Spur, Ry. 40. Am. Ex., Menominee................. X Geary, Clinton........... Q 10 X Gebeau, Houghton............ X Geddes, Q Ry. 36, Am. Ex., Washtenaw............ S 12 75 Geer, (4 miles s. Salem, S 13), Washtenaw................ X Genesee, Ry. 19, =- Am. Ex., Genesee................. P 12 150 Geneva, Lenawee......... U 12 100 Georgetown, Ottawa....... Q 6 X Gerkey. (4 miles n. w. Woodland, R 8), Barry........... X GerAisle, Ry. 21, Ad. Ex., Missaukee................... L 8 X Germania, Sanilac........ 0 14 40 Germtfask, Schoolcraft.... E 6 Geyerville, Cheboygan.... G 10 X Gibbs. Alger.................. X Gibraltar, Ry. 36, Am. Ex., Wayne.................. T 14 350 Gibson, Allegan........... R 5 X Giddings, Baraga............. X Gilbert, e = Wexford....... L 7 250 Gilch?-ist, G Ry. 40, Ain. Ex., Mackinac.................F 7 X Gilehrist, Allegan............. 30 Gilead, Branch............ U 8 250 Gilford, Ry. 47, - Ain. Ex., Tuscola.................0 12 100 Gillett, Marquette............. X Gill's Pier,~ Leelanaw.... 16 120 Gilmartins, Kalkaska......... X Gilmore, (6 miles n. Van Decar, N 8) Isabella........ X Girard, ~ Branch......... T 9 300 Gitetlel, Ottawa.......... Q6 X Gladstone, 1 bank 0 ) Ry. 40,, Am. Ex., Delta.......... F 3 1,337 Gladwin, I bank. 0 Rys. 19, 36.= Am. Ex.. Gladwin M 10 903 Wlass River, Shiawassee. Q 11 X Glen Arbor, Leelanaw...... J 6 400 Glendale, Van Buren.......S 6 125 Glendora, Ry- 50, = Ad, Ex.. * Berrien.................. U 4 Glen Haven, ~ Leelanaw.. J 5 53 Glen Lord, Ry. 9, =- Am. Ex., Berrien.................. T 4 X Glenn, 9 Allegan......... R 5 80 Glennie Station, (R. R. name Vaaughtn), Ry. 2, Alcona, K 12 X Glenwood, ~ Ry. 36, Ahn. Ex., Cass..... T6 200 Gobles. ~ Van Buren........... X Goblevilde, 1 bank, (9 DaRy.36, Am. Ex., Van Buren..... S 6 500 Godfrey, Allegan.......... 1 12 X Godfrey, Alpena.......... 112 X Gogarnville, Alger........ D 5 Gogebic Station, Q Ry. 8,Am. Ex., Gogebic.............D 13 X Goldg)e, Oceanal........... N 4 X Gold Spring,..Kalkaiska.... J 8 X GoodellIs,t Ry.-7, Natl. Ex., Saint Clair.............. Q 15 200 Good Harbor. ~ Leelanaw..J 6 200 Good Hart, Emmet........ G 8 300 Gooding, ~ Ry. 52, anNatt. Ex. K ent.................... P 6 100 Goodtson, Ry. 36, c2 Am. Ex., Oakland................,R 14 40 Goodland, Lalpeer........ P 14 X Am. Ex., Huron........ N" 14 X Goodrich, 9 G enesee...... Q 13 400 Goodrich, Manmstee........... X Goose Lake, Rys. 8, 34, Am. Ex., Marquette..........:D 2 X Gordon, Ky. 17, Am. Ex., Marquette............... D 3 X Gordlons, Muskegon........... X Gorman, (3 miles s. of Adrian, J 11) Lenawee..... X Gnrmans, Bay................ X Gorner, (5 miles e. Avondale, M 8), Osceola............... X Gorton, (4 miles n. e. Algansee, T 9), Branch............ 10 Gould City, R. R. name Cor9rotze),E)09~Ity. 40, Am. Ex., Mackinac............... F 6 X Gowen, ~ 9 Ry. 16, Am. Ex., Montcalmh................P 8 300 Graafschap,1 bank Allegan,ER 5 300 Grace, Benzie..........K 5 X Grqfffile, Montealn......... X Gratton, Ry.!9, c3 Am. Ex., Monroe................. T 13 X Grand Blanc, 0 9 a y. 19, Am. Ex., Genesee............ Q 12 250 Grand Haven, 1 bank, Q D Rys. 9,15, 22, Am.,Natl. Ex., Ottawa................... P 5 5,023 Grand Junction, Q 9 Rys. 9, 36, Am. Ex.,Van Buren..S 6 300 Grand Ledge, 2 banks, ~ 9 Ry. 16, Am. Ex.. Eaton...... R 9 1,606 Grand Marais, Alger...... 1) 6 300 Cvand Pointe, (Imile s. Algonac, R. 15) St. Clair.......... X GRAND RAPIDS, 12 banks. 0 ~Rys. 9.15, 16, 21, 22, 28,36, Ad.,Am., Xatl.,U.S..Ex., Kent...............Q 6 60,278 Grand- T'runkl J unction, Rys. 7, 19, Am., Natl. Ex., St. Clair................ Q 15 X Gr'and View,Oceana...... 0 5 X Grand View, Ry. 17, = Am. Ex,. Marquette......... 1) 2 X Grandville, ~ 9 Rys. 9, 22, 28, Am. U. S. Ex., Kent.....0, 7 800 xranite, Ry. 8, a Am. Ex., Marquette............... D 1 X Granite Bluff, Ry. 6. = Am. Ex, Dickinson...... E 15 X Gran's Crossing, Ry.2,Alcona. K 11 X G,ant, Clare.................. X Grant, Kent............... Q 7 100 Grant ( Ry. 9, Am. Ex., New aygo...................... X Grant Station, (R. R. name Ashland) 0Ry. 9,L=,Am. Ex., Newago..................O 7 350 Grape, (2 miles s. e. of Raisinvillb, T 13), Monroe......... X GrassLake, 1 bank, Q 9 Ry. 36, Am. Ex., Jackson...... S 11 617 Grassmere,Q(D Ry. 47, Am. Ex., Huron................... NL 14 75 G-ratiot Centre, Ry. 19, Am. Ex., Saint Clair........0Q 15 X Gratiot Road, Ry. 19, Am. Ex., Saginaw............... Grattan, a Kent.......... Q 7 Graut, Gladwin........... M 9 Grawn, 0 Ry. 9, Ain. Ex. Grand Traverse......... K 6 Grayling, 1 bank, Q 9 Ry. 36, Ain. Ex., Crawford..K 9 Gr'eat Western, Ry. 8, =a Am. Ex., Iron.............. D 14 Greenbush, Alcona....... K 13 Green Ceek, Muskegon.. P 5 Greenfield, Ry. 16, = Am. Ex., Wayne....................S14 Green Lake, Benzie........... Greenland, ~CiiOftonagon, B13 Cr'eenland Station, Ry. 6, Ain. Ex., Ontonagon..-..C 13 Greenleaf, (6 miles e. Gagetown, N 14), Sanhlac........ Green Oak, ~ Ry. 16, Ain. Ex.,.1 Livingston.............. S 12 Greens, Ry. 12, Natl. Ex., Bay Greenville,3 banks,. ~ lRys.16. 52, Ain., Natl. Ex.. Montcalm..................... P 8 Gr'eenwood. Ry. 17, = Am. Ex, Marquette......... D 1 Greenwood, R. l. name Summit) ~Ry. 36, )=D Am. Ex., Ogemaw........... L 11 Gr'eenwood Centre, Saint Clair P 15 Gregory, 0 9 Ry. 23, Can. Ex., Livingston............ R 11 Grellichsville, Ry. 32, Am. Ex., Leelanaw........... J 1 Gresham, (2 milesn. Chester, R 9), Eaton................. Gretna Green, Clare.......... Gveeylock, (2 miles e. Kennedy, F 71,Ry.40,i]Ain. Ex., Mackinac......................... Grind Stone City.( Q Huron, M1 15 Griswold, Kent............P 7 gioesbeck, Ry. 17, Ain. Ex., Ontonagon............. C 13 Groscap, (7 miles w. of St. Iguace. F 9), Mackinac..... Grosse Isle,@E Ry.36, Am. Ex., W ayne................. T 14 Grosse Point, a Wayne...S 14 Grosvenor, 0 Ry. 28, U. S. Ex,. Lenawee............... U 12 Grouleau, (6 miles s. w. Black River, J 13. Alcona.......... Grove, (2V miles s. w. Ensiey, 0 6), N e w aygo.............. Groveland, Oakland...... Q 13 Grover, Calhoun,.............. Groverville, Ry. 11, =Ain.Ex, Calhoun-.................. T 9 Groveton, RPY. 36, Am. Ex., Saginaw..................... Gulliver, Q) Ry.40, =a Am. Ex. Schooleraf t.......... F 6 Gull Lake (2 miles e. Cressys Corners, S 7) Barry......... Gun Lake, Allegan............ Gun 'Lake, M-ason............ Gun Marsh, (R. R. name Hoopers), Ry.11 AnAm.Ex.,Allegan....................... S 7 Gunni'onville, (6 miles n. e. Lansing, R 9) Clintonu....... Gurn)ee, Mason............ L 5 Gustin, Ry. 14, = Am. Ex.. Alcolla.................. K 13 H HIaak's, Lake................ Hadley, 9 Lapeer........... Q 13 Hagar, Berrien............T 4 Hagemen, (2 miles w. Ainboy, U 10) Hillsdale.............. Hagensville, (8 miles s. Rogers City, H 12) Presque Isle..... Haire. Ry. 21,= Ad. Ex., Wex. ford....E.............. K 7 Hale,(R. R. name Hale.Lake) Rvy. 14. a Am.Ex., Iosco, L12 H-ackle!y, Clare............... Hales, Van Buren............ Halliday/s, Grand Traverse.. H-falls, Ry. 52, Natl. Ex., Muskegon............... P 6 Hallston. Ry. 17, Aln. Ex. Alger.....................D 4 Hambten, Bay........... N 1l Ham burglh, O @Rys.23,51, Am., Can. Ex., LlilingSton... S 12 Ha,;nbwyfh,/ unction, Rys. 23, 51, Am., Caln. Ex., Livingston......................S 12 Hamilton, ~~ Ry. 9, Am. Ex., Allegan................. R 6 Hamilton's, Grand '1rave rse.. Hammond's Bay, Presque Isle. Hamtrauek, (see Detroit S 14) W ayne....................... Hancock, 2 banks, Q 9 Ry. 17, Aln. Ex., Houghton, B 14..Hand Station, ~ Ry. 54, Pac. EX., Wayne............. S 13 Handy (P. O. name Roy), Ry. 14, Am. Ex., Alcona. K 13 Haiiley. Ottawa............ Q. 6 Hannah. Grand Traverse..K 7 Hanover, 1 bank Q 9 Rys 11, 28, Am., U. S. Ex., Jackson, T 10 Hansen, Oceanas........... N 5 hfanson's, Ry. 40, z_ Am.Ex., Menominee................. Harbert, Ry. 9,Am.Ex.,Berrien..................... U 4 Harbor Springus, 2 banks, (D 9 Ry. 21, Ad. Ex., Emmlet H 8 Harbor Spring Junction, Emm et..................... H 9 Hardwood, (3 miles e. Foster City, F 1) aRy. 8, Am. Ex., Dickinson................... Harlan, (R. R, name Chugrchills), Ry. 51, 1 Am. Ex., Manistee................ K 6 Harmlows, Marquette...... D 2 Ha'movn, Oscoda......... K 11 Harperville, (3 lniles s. of Ishpeming, D1 1) M m arquette.... Harriette, @ 9 Ry. 51, Am. Ex. Wexford................. L 7 Htarris, Delta,................. Harris, Ry. 8, Am. Ex., Menominee................ G 2 Harris, (31~ miles s. Webbervil.e, R 10) Ingham......... Harrisburg, Ry. 52, m Natl. Ex., Otvtiwwa.............. P 6 Harris Junction. ChIrue....... Harrison, 1 bank, ~ C Ry. 19, Am. Ex., Chlre....... M 9 IHarrison, (1% miles w. Williams, S 7)Ry.36, =Am.Ex., Van Bureu................ Harrisville, 09 Atcona, K13 IIarsen's Isltnd, St. Clair.... Hartf, 3 banks, Q 9 Ry. 9, Am. Ex., Oceana........ N 5 H'lrtford, 1 bank, Q 9G Rys. 9, 53, Am. Ex., Van Buren..T5 Hartland, Livingston...R 112 atctleys. Ry. 8, = Am. Ex., Gogebic................. C 12 Hartman, Ry. 13, Am. Ex., Berrien.................. T 5 Hart's, Grand Traverse....... Hartsuff, Ry. 19, a *Amn. Ex., St. Clair................. PII Hartwellville, Shiawassee.Q, 11 ~ Hartwick, (6 miles s. w. Marion, M 8), Ogceola.......... Harvard, 0 Ry. 52, = Natl. Ex., Kent............... P 7 Harvey, Marquette........ D 2 Harvey, Ry.8, iAm.Ex.,Marq aette................... D 2 Haslemere, Ry.40, =Am. Ex., M ackinac................... Hastitlet Park, (~DoRy. 7, Natl. Ex., I1gham............R 10 Hasting's, 2 banks~ 9 Rys.5, 36, Am. Ex., Barry...... R 8 Htasty, Gratiot............P 10 Hatch's Crossing, Ry. 32 Am. Ex., Leelanaw........... J 6 Hatinaker, (5 miles s. e. Bronson, U 8), Branch............ Hatton, ~ Ry. 19, Am. Ex., Clare.....................M 9 HauptmIan, Ry. 36 Am. Ex., Ogem aw.................... Hawkhead, (5 miles w. Hoppertown. S 6), Allegan...... Hawkins, Newaygo........ N 7 x 300 x x 1100 X X 7100 500 x.100 X 500 25 40 x 3,056 X 30 x 140 x 75 x x 462 50 X X 900 298 X x 250 X x x x 25 50 50 x X x x X x 256 x 10 50 100 x x x x x X x 200 x 380 x x x 1,172 120 x 30 x 363 x x x 1,052 X 75 X X X X 335 x X X 20 X 752 X 987 X 757 1,044 400 X 200 X 25 X 100 X 100 X 100 2,972 X X 10 X 75 X TOWrN. COUNTY. INDEX. Hayes, Huron.............AML13 IIazel, ~ Ry.8, Am, Ex., Iron. Hazel Grove, Oceana...... 0 5 Hazelton, Shiawassee..... P 12 Headland, Osceola........lM 8 IHecla, Hough tan............. He-go-mic, Emmet........ H 9 HRelena, R'y. 19, A An. Ex., Huron.................. N 14 H1elena, Antriml............J 8 Helena, Ry. 8,=Ain. Ex., Marquette................... E 2 Hemlock. Baraga............. Hemnlock, Schoolcraft........ Hemlock City, ~ D Ry. 16, Am. Ex., Sagninaw.......... O 11 Henderson,~~PRy. 36, c-Am. Ex., Shiawassee......... P 11 Hendrie, Ry. 17, = Aln. Ex., Chippewa................ E 8 Henrietta, Jackson........S 11 Hemnriettac Station, Ry.23, Can. Ex., Jackson............S 11 Henry, Ry. 14, ci Ain. Ex., Alcona................... J 13 Ztenshaw'ms, Muskegon....... Hermansville, ~ 9Rys. 8, 40, Am. Ex., Menoilinee.... G 2 Herring Lake, Benzie........ Herrington, Ry. Z1, Ad. Ex., Ottawa................... P 6 Hersey, ~~Ry. 19, Am. Ex., Osceolaq................. 'N 7 Hesperia, 9 Newaygo.....N 5 Hesse], (101/ miles n. w. Prentis Bay, F 10), Mackinac... Hetherton, (15 miles e. Gaylord. I 9), Otsego............ Hickory Corners, 9 Barry. R 8 Hicks, Sanilac................. 1bic4's, Ry 2, Oscoda.....K 10 High Bridge, ~ Ry. 9, =Am. Ex.,Manistee............ M 6 Highland, Livingston.... R 12 Highland, Q Oakland.... R,12 Hlighland Park, Ry.22,Ottawa S06 Highland Park, (5 miles n. w. Detroit, S 14), Wayne....... Highland Station, 9 Ry.19, Aln. Ex., Oakland........... R 13 Highway, Ry. 17, - Ain. Ex., Houghton.............. A 14 Highwood, Ry. 86. Am. Ex., Gladwin............... M 10 Hill Creek, Houghton......... Hilliard's, Q Ry. 28, U. S. Ex.. Allegan................. R 7 Hillman, 9 Montlnorency, Hillsdale, 2 banks, 9 ( Ry. 28, U. S. Ex.. Hillsdale.. U 10 Hinchman, Berrien....... T 5 Hines Crossing, Ry. 52, Nat!. Ex., Muskegon............. Ifitehcocks, Bay.............. Hobart. C - Ry. 21, Ad. Ex., W exford................L 7 Hodge, Grand Traverse....... Hodunk, (3Y miles s. w. of Girard, T 9, Branch......... Hoffman, (8 miles n. w. Marshville 0 4). Oceana........... Holbrook. (11 miles n. w. of Cumber, N 14), Sanilac..... Holden Road. lRys.23, 36, Am., Can. Ex., Wayne............ Holland, 2 banks, Q 9 Ry. 9, Am. Ex., Ottawa......... Q 5 Holloway, ~ 9 0Ry. 54 Pac. Ex., Lenawee............... U 12 Holly, 1 bank, (D e Rys. 15, 19, Am.,Natl. Ex.,Oakland. R 12 Hollywood, Berrien....... T 15 Holstein. (5 miles w. Rothbury, 0 5), Oceanas......... Holt, Q 9 Ry.36, Am Ex, Ingham..................... R 10 Holton, Q 9 Ry. 9, Am. Ex., Musk'egon............... 0 5 Home, Newaygo.......... N 7 Homer, 2 banks. (9 D Rys. 11, 28, 36, Am., U. S. Ex., Calhoun..................... T 9 Htomestead, Ry. 51, Am. Ex., Benzie...................K 6 H~oopers, (P. 0). namne Gun Marsh), Ry. 11, r- Aln. Ex.. Allegan.....................S 7 Hope, Midland........... N 10 Hopkins, Allegan......... R 7 Hopkin's Road, (2~/ miles e. Aliment, Q 14), Ry. 19, Q Am. Ex.. Lapeer............ Hopkins St tion, 1 bank. ~ 0 Ry.3S8.IU. S. Ex., AlleganR 7 Hoppertown, A1]egan...... S 6 Herr, (2 reiles s. e. Shernlan City, N 8), Isabella......... Horseshoe, (3~^ miles n. e. of Grand Junction, S 5), AlleHorton!,' ~ Ry, '28,' U.' S.' Ex.', Jackson................ T 1 0 Ho,'tol'S Bay. (2 iniles e. of Charlevoix, H 8), Charlevoix Houghton,~ 1 bank, Q 0 Ry. 17, Am. Ex., Houghton..................... -B 14 Houghton Lake, Roscommon L9 Itoules, Ry. 8, = Am. Ex., Menominee............. G 2 Houseman, (9 miles s. e. Hart, N 5). Oceana................ Howard City, 1 bank, Q~Rys. 16, 21, Ad., Am. Ex., Montcalm..................... 0 7 Howardsville, Saint Joseph T 6 Howell, 2 banks, Q 9 Rys. 16, 51, Am. Ex., Livingston R ElT Howell J-unction. Rys. 16, 51, Am. Ex.. Livingston.. R 11 Howrrys, Ry. 36, = Am. Ex., Gladwin................. M 9 HoIc-Ihndsburgv, Kalamazoo... Hoxeyville, Ry.42,Wexford L7 Hoytville, 9 Ealon......... R 9 Hubbard. Ry. 36, Am. Ex., Midland................ N 11 Hubbard LUke, Alpena.... J 12 Hubbardston, 1 bank, 9 Ionia.................... P 9 IHubbell Junction, Ry. 40, = AAm. Ex., Mackinac...... F 7 Hudson, 2 banks. 00 Q Rys.11, 28, Am., TT. S. Ex., Lenawee, I I U i Hudson ville, ~ 9 Ry.9,Am.Ex., Ottawa.................. Q 6 Itugart, Emmet............ G 9 Hulburt, (5}4 miles e. Soo,Julction D 8), Chippewa... Hulls, Wexford.............. -umnboldt,Q~ @ Ry.17,Am. Ex..Marquette................ D 1 I-Iungerford, D Ry.9,Am. Ex.. Newaygo................ N 7 Hunt, (P, 0. name South Branch), 'Ry. 14, Am. Ex., Ogemaw................ K 11 Hunter's Creek, 0 Ry. 36, Am. Ex., Lapeer.............. Q 13 Hunt's, Lake................. Hunts, Muskegon-............ Hunt Spur, (D Ry. 40, r- 1 Am. Ex., Mackinac........... F 6 Eturonl, ~ 9 Huron....... M 15 Huron Bay, Baraga...... B 15 Huronia Beach, Saint Clair... Q16 Hyde, (7 miles w. Escanaba, G 3), Delta................. HIy/las, Ry. 8, = Am. Ex.. Dickinson............... F 2 1 Ida, ~ D Ry. 28, U. S. Ex., MonroeA................. U 13 Idlewild, Montmorency....J 11 Imlay, Lapeer............. P 14 Imlay, Ry. 2, Oscoda..... K 11 Imlay City, 3 banks, - Q a Rys. 7, 44, Am., Natl. Ex., Lapeer Q,14 Index, Ry. 19 = Am. Ex., Lapeer................... P 14 Indiana, Menolinee........ Indian Lake, Oseoda..... K 11 Indian River,( ~eR.y. 36, Am. Ex., Cheboygan......... H 10 Indian Town, Ry. 8, = Am. Ex., Menominee........ G 2 Ingalls, ~o 0Rys.8, 26, Am. Ex., Menominee..............1H 2 Ingersoll, Clinton........ Q 10 Inkster, Ry. 36, Am. Ex., W ayne.................. S 13 POP. 100 X X 150 X X x x x x x x x 250 150 X 200 X X X 625 X 40 328 506 300 X 150 X X X X 130 X 1,000 3oo x x x 50 200 3,915 X. X X 100 X 25 X X X 3,945,75 1,266 X 40 300 275 x 1,063 X X X 450 X X X X X 4OO 75 2,062 390 x x 1 137 40 2,387 X X 30 X 350 X X 360 X 2,178 250.,X X 1,000 200 100 200 X X 100 X X X X X 125 X 125O X X X Soo X 200 Jack Pine, Crawford.... K 10 JACKSO N, 5 banks, ~ 0 Rys. 23, 28, 86, Am.. Can.. U. S. Ex., Jackson...... S 10 Jackson Furnace, Delta.. G 4 J ackson Junction, (1 mile e. Jackson, S 10) Ry. 36,=i Am. Jackson.................... Jacobsville, 9 Houghton..B 14 Jamestown, Ottawa....... Q 6 Jasper', Q 9 Ry. 28, U. S. Ex., Lenawee................ U 11 Jeddo, ~ 0 Ry. 19, Am. Ex., Saint Clair................P 15 Jefferson,(5 miles s.Cassopolis, U 6) Ry. 7,=.Natl. Ex., Cass Jefferson, Hillsdale....... U 10 Jenison, Q1 Rys. 9,22,Am. Ex., Ottawa.................. Q 7 Jenney, (R.R. name Denmark Junction() DRy. 36, Am. Ex., Tuscola................ 12 Jennings, Ry. 21, C' Ad. Ex., Missaukee............... L 7 Jennys, Wexford............. Jensen, Newago.............. Jericho, Newaygo......... P 6 Jerome, G 9 Rys. 11, 28, c Am., U. S., Ex., Hillsdale, T 10 Jerome Park., Ry. 15, Natl. Ex., W ayne................. Jeromemille, Alger............. Jersey, Oakland.......... R 13 Jerseyville, (2V miles s.Crawford, 0 9) Isabella.......... Jessieville Ry. 14, Am. Ex., Gogebic................. C11 Johnson, Jackson......... T 10 J~7o nn'on, lHuron.............. Johnson's Spur, Ry. 40, Am. Ex., Menominee.........G 1 Johnstown, Barry..........S 8 Jones, (2 miles w. Corey, U 6) ~ 0 Ry. 36. Am. Ex.. Cass.. Jonesville, I bank ~ 9 Ry. 28, U. S. Ex., Hillsdale..... T 10 Joppa, (1 mile n. East Leroy, T 8)Ry.36,=Am.Ex.,CaIhoun Jordan, Antrim............18 Jordan, Rys. 1, 19, cnAm. Ex., Isabella.................N 9 Jordans. iBay -............-.... Joy, Charlevoix........... H 9 Joyfield, Benzie........... K 6 Judd's Corners, Shiawassee Ql1 Judge,(Ry. 36, Am. Ex., Crawford...................... J 10 Juhl, Sanilac.............. 0 14 Junction, Rys. 5, 11, Am. Ex., Barry.................... S 7 Junction, Ry. 7, Natl. Ex., G enesee..................... Junclion, Ry. 17, Al. Ex., Houghton............... A 14 Junction, Ry. 36, Am. Ex., B ay......................... Junction, Ry. 28, U. S. Ex., W ayne...................... J-unction, Ry. 36, Am. Ex., K ent........................ Jnniata. ~ Ry. 19, Am. Ex., Tuscola.................0 13 K Kalaanazoo, 6 banks, ~ 9 Rys. 5, 21, 28, 36, Ad., Am., U. S. Ex., Kalamazoo.....S 7 Kalalno, a Eaton.......... R 8 Kalkaska, 1 bank~(D 0Ry.21, Ad. Ex., Kalkaska.......J8 Kane, Ry. 2, Oscoda......J 11 Kasson, Leelanaw.........J 6 - Kavanaugh Lake, Washtenaw. Kawkawlin, G ) Ry. 36, Am. Ex., Bay................. N 12 -Yearney, Ry. 30, Antrim..1 8 Kearsarge, Keweenaw... A 14 Aearsarge, Ry. 17. AmEx., H oughton.................. Keeler, 9 Van Buren.... T 6 -Y eene, Ionia.................. KKe-go-m-ic, Q ly. 2lt.i-Ad.Ex., E n net..................... JKelley8 Co'n~e~rs. Lenawee TI1l Kellogg, Ry. 11, rq Am. Ex.. Allegan...................R 6 tKellsville, R~y. 26, Meiolninee, tH 1 Kendall, ~ ~Ry. 36, Am. Ex., Van Buren.............. S 6 Ke'ndallville. Montcalm... OS Kennedy, (R. R. name Engadin.e) Q9 Ry. 40, - Am. Ex., Mackinac............... E 7 Keno, (3 miles n. WVoodvllle, N 6) Newaygo.............. Kenockee, Saint Clair....Q 1,5. Kensington, Oakland.... R 12 Kent City, ~ ~Ry. 9, Am. Ex, K pnt.......................P 6 Kenton,(R. R. name Whitney Ju~nction')Rys. 17, 20, enz Am. Ex., HoUghlton.......... C 13 IKenwood, Ry. 15, Natl. Ex.,. W ayne....................... Kerby, (3 miles n. e. Corunlia, Q 11) Shiawacsee............ Keswick. (4 miles s. Sutton's Bay, J 6) Leelanaw......... "Keov, Ry. 8, Am. Ex., Menomninee....................... Kewadin, Antrim.......... J 8.Ketchams, Bay............... Keystone. Ry, 21. Ad. Ex., Grand Traverse.......... K 6 Kibble, Ry. 36, Ain. Ex., Van Buren.................. 8 5 Kiddville, Ry. 16, a Am. Ex., Tonia.................... P 8 Killmlster,(2 mileb w. Gnstin, K 13) Alcona............... Kilnanagh. Huron....... N 13 Kimball. (2 miles e. Burns, Q 15) Ry. 19, =AAm. Ex., St. Clair......................... Kinde, 1 bank ~ Ry. 19, Am. Ex., Huron............. MA13 Kinderhook, Branch...... U 9 Kingsland, Ry.28, = U. S. Ex., Eaton................... -R 9 Kingsley, ~ oRy. 21, Ad. Ex., Grand Traverse......... K 7 King's Mill, Ry. 44, Am. Ex., Lapeer...................P 14 Kingston, I bank, Q 9 Ry. 14, Am. Ex.. Tuscola....... 0 14 Kinney. Ry. 21, =Ad. Ex., K ent.................... Q 7 MOAOVI. COUNTY. INDEX. Inland, Benzie............ K 6 Ino, Ry. 17, Aln.Ex.. Mackinac, Interior, C ) Ry. 8, Am. Ex., Ontonagon............. D 13 Interior Junction, Ry. 8,=iAm. Ex., 'Ontonagon......... 13 D Interlochen, ~ Rys. 9,32, Am. Ex., Grand Traverse.... K 6 Intermediate, Charlevoix..-.18 Inwood, Charlevoix........11 7 lonia, 3 banks, ~ 9 Rys. 15, 16, Am. Natl. Ex., lonia. Q 8 Iosco, Livingston,....... R 11 Iron City, Marquette...... D 1 Iron Mi ountain.2 banks,~ a Rys. 6, 8, Am. Ex., Dickinson................... E 15 Iron River, G.9~ Ry. 8, Am. Ex., Iron................ D 14 Iron -River, Ontonagon... B 12 o ns,Q(D Ry.-9,c =Alnm.Ex., Lake, M 6 Ironton, Ry. 9, Am. Ex., Charlevoix.................... H 8 Ironwood, 4 banks, (D a Rys. 8, 55, Am. N, P., Ex., Gogebic................... C 11 Iroquois, Chippewa....... D 9 Irving,~~ 0 Ry, 36, Am. Ex., Barry................. R 7 Isabella, Ry. 40,i_ Aln. Ex., D elta.................... F 4 Isabella, Ry. 19, =j Am. Ex., Isabella...................N 9 Isadore (51. miles n. e. Solon, J 6), Lelanaw............... Ishpeming, 2 banks, (~ @ Rys. 8,17, Am. Ex., Marquette D 1 Island Lake, (2~y, miles n. of Green Oak, S 12) Ry. 16,Aln. Ex., Livingston............. Ithaca, 3 banks, QG R3 s 16, 51, Am. Ex., Gratiot.... P 10 Ithaca Brwanch Junction, Ry. 16, Am. Ex., Gratiot.....0 9 Ivan, Kalkaska............ K 8 POP. 50 X 1,000 x 100 x x 1,482 100 x 8,599 1,117 x X 500 7,745 X 100 300 X X 11,197 x 1,627 X 150 X 20,798 X x X 500 2-(5 400 X 35 500 25 480 X X X 200 X X X 25,0 100 X X X 250 1,288 50 X X X X 100~ 150 X X X X X X. x 200 17,853 175 1,161 X X X 3CO X -X X 3OO X X X 50 X 200 X X 150 150 X 400 X X X X 100 X 4O 50 100 200 150 X 50 100 X 350 50 350 X Kinross, Ry. 40, = Am. Ex., Chippewa............... E 9 Kintler, Tuscola......... 0 12 _Yipling, (2 miles s. w. North Escanaba, G 3)Ry. 40, =Am. Ex.. Delta.................. Kirk, (2 miles s. e. of Allen Creek, M 6).Newaygo...... ~irvk's Junction, Ry. 9,=aAm. Ex., Ottawa............. P 5 Kitchi, 0~ORy. 17, Am. Ex., Houghton.............. C 14 Kline. (3 miles s. e. Swartz Creek. 0 12), Genesee...... Klingensmith, (6 miles e. Gaylord, I 9) Otsego............ Klinger's Lake. ~Ry. 28, U. S. Ex,, Saint Joseph.......U 7 Ifloman, (P.O. name English) Ry. 8, = Am. Ex., Menominee...................... G 2 Kinýight, IRy. 22, Ottawa.... Q 6 Knowles, Clare............... Kochville, Saginaw.I...... Q ]1 Koehler, Cheboygan.....H 10 Koltz, Baraga................. Ifomoko, Ry. 21, Ad. Ex., Missaukee.......................L 8 Kulnbach. (5 miles q. e. Eastwood, P 11) Saginaw........ L Labarge, Kent............. Q 7 75 " Lacey, Barry.............. R 8 75 Lacota, ~ 9 Ry.86, Am.Ex., Van Buren................... S 5 200 Lac View Deserts, Iron..D 13 X LaFayette, Gratiot....... 0 10 150 La Grange, Casgs-............ T 6 200 Laidlawville, losco....... L 12 X Laingsburgh, 1 bank, ~ 0 Ry. 36, Am. Ex..Shiawassee Q 10 654 Laird, Houghton......... C 14 X Lake, (P. 0. name Crooked Lake), Q Ry. 19, Am. Ex., Clare..................... N 8 100 Lake, Mecosta................ 391 Lake, "N ewaygo........... P 6 X Lake Ann Q~D Ry.32,Ain. Ex., Benzie................... K 6 X Lake Brewster, Grand Traverse.................... K 7 500 Lake City, 1 bank, ~ 0 Ry. 21, Ad. Ex., Missaukee... L 8 662 Lake Cora, Ry. 53. Am. Ex., Van Buren.................. X Lakefield, (41/ miles, South Merrill, 0 10), Saginaw..... X Lake George,0 1Ry. 51,Am. Ex., Clare.................... M 8 40 Lake Go,/ebic,,~Ry.17, n =Am. Ex., Ontonagon,.......C 12 X Lake Harbor. Muskegon..P 5 300 Lake Junction, Ry. 21, Ad. Lake......................... X Lake Linden, 1 bank, ( 9 Ry. 17, Am. Ex., Houghton. A 15 1,851 Lake Odessa, 1 bank, G 9 'Ry. 16, Am. Ex., Tonia....... R 8 635 Lake Pleasant, Washtenaw... X Lakeport. Saint Clair..... P 15 150 Lake Ridge, ~ Lenawee.. T 1z 25 Lake Side. Berrien....... U 4 200; Lake,uperior JI on Works, (-D Houghton.................. X Lakevlew, 1 bank, ~~00Ry. 16, Am. Ex., Montealmn..... 0 7 1,024 Lakeville, Oakland.......Q 14 150 LamIb, Ry.19,a Am. Ex., Saint Clair.................... Q 15.200 Lambertville, Monroe.... U 13 150 Lamont, 9 Ottawa......... Q 6 260 Lamotte, Sanilac......... 0 14 100 Langston, Montcahln...... 0 8 300 Lanka's, Wexford............ X L'AAnse, 0D Ry. 17, Am.Ex., Baraga.................. C 15 655 LANSING, 3 banks, Q p Rys. 7, 16, 28, 36, Am., Natl., U. S. Ex., Ingham....... R 9 13,102 Lansing Siding, (13V miles s. w. Clare, N 9) Ry. 19, E Am. Ex., Clare................... X JLapeer, 3 banks, ~ ~0Rys. 7, 36, Am., Natl. Ex., Lapeer, P 13 2,753 Laredo, (2 miles w. Auburn 0 11), Bay.................. X La Salle, Q0 Rys. 19, 28, 36, = Amn.,U.S.Ex., Monroe.. U 13 25 Lathrop, ~ Ry. 8, Am. Ex., Delta.................... E 3 150 Laurel, (71. miles n. w. Peck, P 15) Sanilac................ X Lawndale, (5 miles s. e. Freeland, 0 11), Saginaw........ X Lawrence, 0 Ry. 53, Am. Ex., Van Buren......... T 6 564 Lawton, 1 bank, e Q Rys. 36, 53, Am. Ex., Van Buren T 6 788 Layton Corners, Saginaw.-P 11 100 Leande, IRoseommon........ X Leaton, Ry. 19, Am. Ex., Isabella....................... LN 9 150 Leavitt, Oceana............... X Lebanon. Clinton.......... P 9 X Lee, Ry. 9,AlAm. Ex., Allegan S6 60fi TOWN. COUNTY. INDEX. POP. x x x x x x x x 20 X x x x x x x x TOWN. COUNTY. INDEX. POP. Little, Lake, (P. 0. name Forsyth) Ry. 8,=- Aln. Ex., Marquette................... E 3 200 Little Prairie Ronde, ( ass.. T 6 200 Little River, (3 miles w. Carbondale, I 2) Menominee.... 40 Livingston, (2 miles n. e. Bridgeman, 17 4) Berrien... X Livonia, Wayne...........S 13 50 Locke, Ingham........... R 11 200 Lockport, St Joseph........... X Lockwood, Kent........... P 7 200 Locust. (3 miles s. Church's Corners. U 10), Hillsdale.... X Lodi, Kalkaska............ K 8 100 Logan, Ry. 29, = Am. Ex., K ent.................... Q 7 50 Logan, Otsego................ X London, Monroe.......... T 12 15 Long B.idge, Roscommon.... X Long Lake, Grand Traverse, J 6 X Long Lake, Ry. 14,=Aln. Ex., Iosco................... L 12 X Long Lake, Livingston........ X Long Lake Junction, Wexford X Long Rapids, Alpena...... 112 200 Loomis, (~DRy. 19, Am. Ex., Isabella................. N 9 S00 Loon Lake, losco............. X Loop Line Junction, Ry. 8, Am. Ex., Dickinson........ X Lorenzo, (R. R. name Lincoln Lake) Ry. 52, = Natl. Ex., Kent;.................... P 7 X Louks, Chippewa............ X Lowell, 2 banks, Q 9 Rys. 15, 29, Am., Natl. Ex.. KentQ 8 1,829 Lo well, Bay................... X Lower Big Rapids, Mecosta.. X Lucas, Q Ry. 51, Am. Ex., Missaukee................... L 7 200 Luce, (2/ miles s. e. Fergus, P 11) Saginaw................ X L/dinhgton, 2 banks, G 9 Ry. 19, Am. Ex., Mason. M 4 7,517 Lulu, Ry. 51,= Am. Ex., Monroe..................... U 13 36 Lure, IRy. 44, aD Am. Ex., Lapeer....................P 13 35 Eumberton, Ry. 9, = Aln. Ex.. Newaygo................ N 6 X Lupton, Ry. 14, Am. Ex., Ogemaw................K 11 X Luplton, Osceola............... X Luther. Q Q Rys. 10, 21, 31, Ad. Ex., Lake............ M 7 1,084 Luzerne, Ry. 2, Oscoda....J 10 50 Lymburns, Ry. 2,Oscoda. *J 11 X Lynn, Saint C)air.......... P 14 X Lyons, 1 bank, ( 9 aIonia...Q 9 612 Lyons M'tation, (5,.% miles e. Ionia, Q 8) ( Ry. 16, Am. Ex., Ionia.................... X M McBain, 0 ~ Ry. 51, Am. Ex., Missaukee............... L 8 200 McBride's, ~D~0Ry. 16,Am.Ex., Montcalm................ 0 8 333 McCarr0n.(4~2 miles s.e.Rosedale, D 10)Chippewa........ X McClure, Gladwin........M 9 X McClug e, (1 llile n. Zilwaukee 0 11) Rys. 12, 36,. = Am., Natl. Ex., Saginaw.......... X McCords, ~ Ry. 16,'Am. Ex., K ent..................... Q 8. 30 -[cCullun's, Berrien......... X McDonald, OR.y. 9, Am. Ex., Van Buren............... S5 5 00 XcDonald's Lake, Ry. 40, Am. Ex., Schoolcraft............ X McDonough, Saginaw......... 250 ic-Elwee's, Mecosta.......... X M-cFarland, (P. 0. name Turin), Ry. 8, = Am. Ex., Marquette......E 3 150 McGraw, Marquette.......... X M~cGrau''s, Saginaw.j......... X Me\0vor. (R. RI. alme Am), Ry. 14.= Ani. Ex., Iosco.L 12 25 Ml(.Kinley, a R3-.2, Oscoda.K 11 508 IMc.MilJan, Q Ry. 17, Ain. Ex., Luce..................... D 6 50 M[cbor'le[,(1, 3 miles n. e. A1 -pena. 1 12), Alpena......... X Mabel, (2~ mniles w. -Barker Creek, J 8"), Grand Traverse X M[acatawa Junctionh (1~y iiles n. Holland. Q 5) Ry. 9, Am. Ex., O ltawa................. M,3ack City, Oscoda....... K. 11 X Mackillac island, Q 9 Mackilac,...................... F 9 800 Mackinaw City, ~~ Rys.17,21, 36. Ad., Aml. Ex., Chcboygan.,......................G 9 33 3 Mack Road, Ry. 36, Am. Ex., W ayne....................... X Maconmb. 9 Macomb...... R 14 150 Macon, ~ Lenawee....... T 12 250 Madison, Limngston.......R 12 125 M[alac'ca, Ry. 40, Anm. Ex., Menom inee................. X MalH/!b/'', Ry3. 14, [= Am, Ex., Ogemaw................ K10 X Mlaltont, Delta.............. E3 X Mancelona, 2 banks,~ 9 Rys. 21,30,Ad. Ex.. Antrim....J 8 1,205 Manchester, 1 bank, Q 9 Ry. 28, U. S. Ex., Washtenaw, S11 1,191 Mfanchester Jurction, Ry. 28, U. S. Ex., Washtenaw...... X uan dliags, Osceola.......... X 3Manistee,3 banks, 0 ~ Rys. 10, 19, 31, 32, Ain. Ex., Manistee...................... L 5 12,812 Manistee Cro'moilig. 0 Rys. 9, 32. Am. Ex., Manistee...L6 X Manistee Junction, D Ry. 19, Am. Ex.. Mason........ M 5 X Manistique, 1 bank, ~ 9 Rys. 34, 40, Am. Ex., Schoolcraft.................... F 5 2,940 Manitou Beach, ~ Ry. 11. = Am. Ex., Leimwee..... U 10 25 Manning. (41 miles s. e. Sova, G 10) Cheboyganl............ X Mwaning, Houghton.......... X Mfamnn Siding, Ry. 19, LI Am. Ex., Clare...............M IN 9 X Mansfield, Ry. 6, Ain. Ex., Ironi.................... D 15 X Manton, 1 bank, Q 9 Ry. 21, Ad. Ex., Wexford.......L 7 661 Maple, Ionia............... Q 9 X Maple City, Leelanaw.......J 6 100 Maple Grove, Barry...... R 8 100 Mlaple 19'oee, R1y. 32, =- Am. Ex., Manistee............... X Mfaple Hill, Ry. 21, Ad. Ex., Montcalm............... 07 100 Maple Rapids. 1 bank, 9 Clintoni....................... P 9 533 Maple Ridge, 0 Arenac... M[ 12 180 _Maple tRidge, (P. 0. name RLock), Ry. 8, - Am. Ex., Delta..................... E 3 25 Mapleton, Grand Traverse.. J 7 400 Maple Valley, IRy. 16, 1- Am. Ex., Montcalm........... 08 X M1ar-ble, Mason............ N 5 200 Marblehiead. Ry. 40, Am. Ex., ScHllOcraftI................. X Marcellus, 1 bank, 0 9 Ry. 7, Natl. Ex., Cass........... T 7 830 Marengo, ~ Ry-. 36, Am. Ex., Calhoun.................. S 9 150 Marenisco,, RIy. 8, Am. Ex., Gogebic................ D 12 100 Marilla, Manistee.......... L 6 250 Marine City, 2 banks, Q a Saint Clair............... R 16 3,268 Marion, Q D Ry. 51, Am. Ex., Osceola................... Al 8 700 Marion Springs, (4Y2~ miles n. w. Leutz, P 11), Saginaw... X Markell (I1 miles s. Juniata, 0 13) Tuscola............... X Marlette, 1 bank, ~ D Ry. 19, Am. Ex., Sanilac....... P 14 700 Marquette, 3 banks, Q 0 Ry. 17, Am. Ex., Marquette. - D 2 9,093 Afarsh-all, 2 banks,(0~ ~Rys. 11. 36. Am. Ex.. Calhoun.S 9 3,968 MlarshOfield, Ry. 16,j Anm. Ex.. Mecosta.................. N 7 X Marshville, Oceana........ 0 4 200 Martin, Q @ Ry. 21, Ad. Ex., Allegan................... R 7 250 M1art1M.e<, (1 \2 miles n. C. Martiney Station, N 8) Mecosta. 200 R(ortittey Station, Ry. 16. Am. Ex., Mecosta............ N 8 X Martin's Corners, Shiawassee Q011 X Leesburgh, (R. R. name Chnmberlains) Ry. 7,1=) Natl. Ex., St. Joseph................ T 6 Lee's Corner, Midland....O It Leesville. Wayne.......... s 14 Leetsville, Ry. 21, = Ad. Ex.. Kalkaska....:..............J8 Leisure, Allegan.............. Leitch, (6 miles' e. Deckerville, 0 15) Sanilac................ Ielaend, G 9 Leelanaw....16 Lelands,(P. O.name Emlery)G Rys. 49, 51, Am. Ex., Washtenaw.................... 8 12 Lemon Lake, 0 Ry. 32, Am. Ex., Manistee............ K 6 Lenawee Junction, 0 Ry. 28, aj U. S. Ex., Lenawee.. U 11 Lengsville, (2 miles n. Linwood, N 11), Ry. 36,=Am. E x., B ay.................... Lennon,~00 Ry. 12, Natl. Ex., Shiawassee............. Q 11 Lenox,~O@Rys. 23, 36, Am., Can. Ex., Macomb..... R 15 Leon, Gratiot............. P 10 Leonard,~ ~Ry. 44, Am. Ex., Oakland................. Q 14 Leoni, 0 Ry. 36, Am. Ex., Jackson................. S 11 Leonidas, Q G. Ry. 36, Am. Ex., Saint Joseph......... T7 Le Roy, Q 9 Ry. 21, Ad. Ex., Osceola................. M 7 Leslie,1 bank, Q~ Ry. 36, Am. Ex.,-Inghamn............ S 10 Lester, Branch............ U 9 Leutz. Saginaw........... P 11 Leverliig, 0 Ry. 21, Ad. Ex., Emm et.................. G 9 Levington Siding, Ry. 19, = Am. Ex., Clare......... Mi 9 Lewis. l-y. 40, = 'Am. Ex., Mackinac................ E 8 Lewiston, Rys. 2, 36, Am. Ex., Montmorenlcy...........J 10 Lexington, 1 bank, (~ Saiiilac.................. P 15 Liberty, Jackson.......... T 10 Leyburn's Siding, Osceola.... Lickley's Corners, Hillsdale... U10 Lil]ey,~0@aRy. 9, Ain. Ex., Newaygo0...................NT 6 Lima, Washtenaw.......... S 11 Lime Ishlnd, (50 miles s. e. Sault de Sainte Marie, D 10) Chippewa................... Limestone, (12 miles s. Rock River, D 3). Alger........... Lincol.,, Berrien.............. Lincoln, Mason............. M 5 Lincoln Lake, (P. 0. nnme Lbrenzo, P 7) Ry. 52, = Natl. Ex., K ent................. Linden, QG Ry. 15, --,\. Linkville (R.R.name lV insov) R'y.44,[=Am.Ex.,Huron.Nl I Ex., Gellesee........... Q 12 Linwood, ~ 9 Ry. 36, Am. Ex., Bay.................. N 11 Linvood, (Y2 mile s. Lake Linden, A 15) 0 Ry. 17,a=Am. Ex., Houghton,.....*-*........ Lisbon, 9 Kent............P 6 Litchfield, 1 bank, ~ 9 Ry. 28, U. S., Ex., Hillsdale.'..... T 9 Littlefield, Emmet......... H 9 Little, Harbor, (7 miles n. e. Garden, F 4) Schoolcra t.... Mich. 3 80 80 200 100 x x 400 25 x 10 200 100 x x Soo 300 250 452 1,058 25 50 35 X X 200 712 100 X 15 2OO 75 X X, 125 X 552 100 136 601 x X d. Adams Ex. Am., American Ex. Can., Canadian Ex. Dom., Dominion Ex. Natl., National Ex. N. P., Northern Pacific Ex. Pac., Pacific Ex. 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Page  130 -. --, immiimmllý TOW'N. COUNTY. INDEX. POP. TOV 2 COUNTY. TNDEX. FOP. TOWN. COUNTY. INDEX. POP. TOWN. COUNTY. INDEX. POP. TOWN COUNTY. INDEX. POP. Martinsville, Wayne...... T 1N Marysville, G ) Saint Clair.Q 15 M ason, Delta................. Mfason, 2 banks, 0 Ry. 36, Am. Ex., Ingham...... R 10 Masonville, 0 0-Ry. 40,=-Am. Ex., Delta............... F 3 Mastodon, 0 REy. 8, = Am. Ex., Iron............... E 15 Mastodon Mine, Iron.....E 15 Matchwood, c )y. 17, Am. Ex. Ontonagon.................. Matrherton, lonia.......... P 9 Mf athei's Corners,Vweneee P 13 Mattawan, ~G)0Ry. 36, Am. Ex., Van Buren................1- 6 Mattison, Branch.......... U 8 Maybee, Q ~ Ry.28, U. S. Ex., M onrue................. T 13 Mat/biuy, 1y~ m. s. w. Norris, S 14, W ayne................. Mayfield, ~Ry. 21, ii Ad. Ex., Grand Traverse......... K 7 Nfayville, 2banks, 0 0 Ry. 19, Am. Ex., Tuscola.......O 13 Meade. Macomb.......... R 14 Jfeadville, Ingham........... JTears, Charlevoix............ Mears, G ) Ry. 9, Am. Ex., Oceanas.................. N 5 Meauwataka, Wexford.... L 7 Mecosta, 1 bank, GQ R y. 16, Am. Ex., Mecosta....... N 8 Medina, *Lenawee....... U 11 Melbourne, Ry. 12, Natl. Ex., Bay.................... O 11 Melita, Arenac...........MNI11 Melvin. ~ Ry. 19, Am. Ex., San lac.................-P 14 Memphis, I bank, G0 By. 19, Am. Ex.. Macomb..... Q 14 Mendon, 1 bank, Q 0 Ry. 21, Ad. Ex., Saint Joseph.-.T 7 Menominee, 2 banks, ~ 0 Ry. 8, Am. Ex., Menominee..................... I 2 M1enominee River', Ry. 40, = Am.Ex., Menominee..F 16 Meredith, D 0 Ry. 19, Am, Clare.................... M 9 MeridianRy. 16, Am. Ex., Tngram..................... U. R 10 Merrill, 1 bnk, Q 0 Ry. 16, Am. Ex.. Saginaw...... 0 10 Jleri'illsville, St. Clair....P 14 w P, 'ir. ty. 6, = Am. Ex., Dickinson.......... E 15 Merq, itts, Mecosta............. Jfershon, Rys. 12, 19, 36. = Am., Natl. Ex, Saginaw, Oil Mesick, (2 miles s. w, Sherman, L 7) Wexford......... Metamora, ~ D Ry. 36, Am. Ex., Lapeer.............. Q 13 Methodist MTission, Baraga B 15 Metropolitan, ~ Ry. 8,Am.Ex., Dickinson................ F 1 Meyer, Ry. 40, c Am. Ex., Menominee.............. G 1 Michie, (R. R.. name S'tte Road)Ry. 36,=Am. Ex.,Bay N 11 Michigamme, Q G Rys. 8, 17, Am. Ex., Marquette...C 15.Michigan Centre,1Ry. 36,i=Am. Ex.. Jackson.............S 11 - Middlelon, Q 9 Ry.52,Natl.Ex., G ratiot.................. P 9 Middle Village, Emmet...G 8 Middleviile, oank,.~ 0 Ry. 36, Am. Ex., Barry......... R 7 M[idland, 2 banks, D 0 Rys. 19, 36, Am. Ex., Midland. N 11 Midway, Ry. 17, 1=- Am. Ex., Marquette.............. D 15 Mikado, (R. R. name West Greenbush), Ry. 14, Am. Ex., Alcona............ K 13 Jfilakokia, Schoolcraft....... Milan, 1 bank, ~ 9 Rys. 51, 54, Am,, Pac. Ex., Washtenaw....................T 12 1lilburn, Osceola.......... NM 8 Milford, 1 bank, ~ D Ry. 19, Am. Ex., Oakland...... R 12 Millbrook, Q ~ Meeosta..O0 9 Mtfiltbrook Ntation, (P. O. name West Milbrook), Ry. 16i, Am. Ex., Meeosta............0O8 Millburgh, Berrien........ T 5 Mill Creek, ~ Rys. 9, 21, Ad. Am., Ex., Kent......... Q 7 Mille Coquina, Mackinac..... Ml let. Ry. 52, CD Natl. Ex.. Montcalm................ P8 Mliller Hill, (3 miles s. e. Glen Arbor, J 6) Leelanaw........ M[iller's, Lake.................. Millers, Wext'ord............. Mnilersville. Ry. 51. c Am1. Ex.. Wexford..........,..L 7 Millet, Q Ry. 7, Natl. Ex., Eaton......................R 9 Mill Grove, Ry. 9, Am. Ex., Alleganii.................. R 6 Miltington, 1 bank, ~ e Ry. 36, Am. Ex., Tliscola.... P 13 Mills, Sanilac............. O 15 M~ils, Ey. 17, Am. Ex., Hough. ton..................... A 14 Mills, Ry. 14, = Am. Ex., losco........................ Milo, Ry, 5, Am, Ex., Barry S 7 Milo, Saginaw............ 0 12 Milton, Macomb......... R 15 Mfilton Junction, (P. 0. name Orono), ~ Ry. 21, Ad. Ex., Osceola................. M 7 Milwaukee JJunction, ~ Rys. 15, 23, 36, Am., Can., Natl. Tx., W ayne..............S 14 Min-t, a, Jackson..........S 10 Minden City.l hank, ~C- 0 Ry.l 9. Am. Ex., Sanilac.......N 15 JfMinon{, (56 miles n. w. Hough"ton, B 4), Isle Royale....... Mint, 3V m. e. FliwerfieldJ 7, St. Joseph................... 31io,:~90scoda............-K 1 Miriam, (0 miles w. Stanton Junction, Q 8) Ionia........ Missautee Junction, ~Ry.21, Ad. Ex. Wexford...... L 7 Mission, Baraga.............. Mitchell, Antrim........... I 8 Mfitchell, Ry. 9, - An. Ex., - Grand Traverse.......... J 6 Moddersville, (14 miles n. e. McBain, L 8) Missaukee.... foqffatt, Ry. 14, cD Am. Ex., Arenac.................. M 11 Moline, Q 0 Ry. 21, Ad. Ex., Allegan................... R 7 Jfonitor, Ry. 36, LDn Am. Ex., B ay..............*....... N 11 Mono Lake, (P. 0. name Bh1ck Lake), Ry. 9, a Am. Ex., Muskegon.......... P 5 Monroe, 2 banks, Q @ Rys. 19, 28, 36, Am., U. S. Ex., Monroe................ U 13 Mlonroe Centre, Grand Traverse.................... K 7 Monroe JduuctionG, ~ Ry. 51. Am. Ex., Monroe...... U 12 Monroe Junction, (1 mile n. Monroe, U 13) Ry. 28, U. S. Ex., Monroe................ Montague, 1- bank, 0a Ry. 9, Am. Ex., Muskegon..... O 5 Monteith, Q Rys. 11, 21, Ad. Am. Ex., Allegan........R1, 7 Monterey, Allegan........ R 6 Montgomery,~ 0 FRy. 28, U. S. Ex., Hillsdale..........1. U 9 Montreal, Ry. 17, =- Am. Ex., Gogebie................ C 11 Montrose,~ 0 Ry. 12, Natl. Ex., Genesee.................P 12 Moon, Muskegon..........P 6 Moorepark,QRy.28, IT. S. Ex., Saint,Joseph............. T 8 Mooreville, Washtenaw....... Moore's Junction, Arenae, M 10 AMoores Siding, Ry. 19, c Ani. Ex., Clare................MAl 9 Moorestown, Ry. 51, Amj. Ex., issaukee................. K 9 Moorland, E Ry. 52, j Natl. Ex., Muskegon............... P 6 Moran. 0 Ry. 17, Am. Ex., Mackinac................ F 9 Morenci, 2 banks, O0 Ry. 28, U. S. Ex., Lenawee.....,U 11 Morey, Missaukee......... K 8 Morgan, Ry. 36, Ain. Ex., Barry................... R 8 150( Morley, G ) Ry. 21, Ad. Ex., 300 Me osta.................. 0 7 X Morocco, Monroe........ U 13 AMorrice, 1 bank, ~ Ry. 7, 1,875 Natl. Ex., Shiawassee...Q 11 I M or'is, Berrien.............. 25) Moscow, (~DORy. 11, Am. Ex., Hillsdale............... T 10 X Moslierville, 0 p Ry. 28, IT. X S, Ex., Hillsdale.......... T 9 Mossback, Kalkaska....... J 8 100 o M osteller, Clare.............. 350 Mottville, Saint Joseph..... U 6 X Mount Bliss. Ry. 1, Antrim I 8 Mount l 1eClnens, 2 banks, 250 G ~ 9 Py. 23 Can. Ex., Ma50 com b................... R 15 30 Mount Forest, Ry. 36, c= Am. 300 Ex., Bay................M 11 Mount Morris. Q 9 Ry. 19, Am. X Ex., Genesee............ P 12 jMount Olivet, Ry.23, Can. Ex., 200 W ayne...................... MIount Pleasant,5 banks, ~ 728 0Rys. 19, 51, Am. Ex., Isa75 bellae..................... N 9 X Mount Salem, Saint Clair. P 14 X Mount Vernon, Macomb.. R 14 Mud Lake, Alcona........ J 12 350 Mud Lake Junction, Ry. 14, X | a Am. Ex., Alcona......... Muir, I bank, ( D Ry. 15. 472 Natl. Ex., Ionia..........Q 9 225 Mullet Lake.c. Ry.36,Am.Ex.. Cheboygan.............. G 10 X Mulliken, ( D Ry.16, Am. Ex., X Eaton.................... R 9 Mundy, Genesee.......... Q 12 130 Munger, Ry. 36,caAm. Ex.,Bay 0 12 588 Munis ing, Q Ry. 17, Am. E x., Alger,... '...........D 5 808 Munith, Q ~ Ry. 23, Can'. Ex., Jackson................. S11 Mannshaws, Grand Traverse.. 10,630 Munson, D Ry. 54, Pa.c. Ex., Lenawee................. U 10 X Murphy, (12 miles e. Sidnaw. | C 14) 0 Baraga.............. 500 Murray, (6 miles e. Downington, 0 15) Sanilae........... 200 -jMNskegon, 5 banks,D Q Rys. 9. 21, 52, Ad., Ain., 412| Natl. Ex., Muskegon....P 5 X Muskegon Heights, (2V2 miles s. Muskegon. P 5) Q ~ Ry. 9, X j Ain. Ex., Muskegon..... X Muskeyon Juncwtion, Rys. 9, 21, a Ad., Am. Ex.. Kent,.. S JfMukegon ARiver,, Osceola..... 50 Nadeau, ~~Ry. 8, Am. Ex., 314 s Menominee.............. G 2 X Nahma, 0*Delta........... F 4 Nainkin, Wayne........... S 13 400 Naomi, Berrien............ T 5 Napoleon, ~ G Ry. 28, U. S. X Ex., Jackson........... T 11 Y.arenta, G Ry. 8. Am. Ex., D elta..................... G 3 125, Vash's, Barry................ Nashville, 2 banks. Q 0 Ry. 36. 1,200 Am. Ex., Barry.......... R 8 National Mine,a~ Marquette 130 D 1 Naubinway, 0 Mackinac..E7 250 Na-utbimv(qy Junction, Ry. 40, X = Am. Ex., Mackinaw, E 7 Navan, (3 miles n. e. Mont678 rose, P 11) Genesee......... Neal,(8 n2iles s, w. Traverse City, J 7) G'rand Traverse.... 2,277 Neebish. (12V miles s. e. Donaldson, E 10) Chippewa..... X Negainee. 2 banks, 0-~ Rys, 8, 17, 34, Am. NLx, Marquette SD2 125 Nelson, (6 miles ii. Tyner, P X 11) Sagir aw............... lNelson, K( nt.............. P 7 Neno, Isab,lla............. N 9 917 Nessen'iti, Q Ry. 32. Am. X Ex., Benzie,............K 6 Arestoria, E Ry. 17, Amn. Ex., 1,13 Baraga.............c. C15 400 Newark, Gi atiot........... P 9 INeways'o, 1 bank,~~Ry11). 9, Amn. Ex., Newaygo.......0 6 50!New Baltimore, Q00 Maconmb 113 Rl5 2.ewbergs Osceola........... 50 --New-be-ry, 1 bank, Q 0 Ry. * X! 17. Am. Ex., Lace....... D 7! ewberr/y, Wayne........ S 13 X;New Boston, 0 ft Ry. 19., Ani. i Ex., Wayne............ T 13 X New Buffalo. 0 ~ Rys. 9. 25, X; 36, Am., U. S. Ex., Berrien X 'U 3:- Te~oblW'.(/, 0 Ry. 36, e-n Am. 50 i Ex., Cass..................T 6 iNewvburzh, (3 miles n.Tecunt100! seh, T ll) Lenawcee.......... 'New Era, 0 ~ Ry. 9, Am. Ex., 200 j Oeeana.................. O 5 INew Groninge'n, Ottawa... Q. 5 454 \Newhadl, Ry. 40, a- Am. Ex., 15 i D elta.................... G 3 New Haven, ~ <S Ry. 23, Can. X Ex., Macomb...........Rl15 X P New Haven Centre, Grat.iot P 9 X New Holland, Ottawa...... Q5 45; plw Home. (21/2 miles s. Pori, X C 13) Houghton............. 200 NNew Hudson, 1 Ry. 23, Can. Ex., Oakland........... R 12 NewLothrop. e Shiawassee P 12 150 Newport,D~ Rys. 28, 36, Am., U. S. Ex., Moniroe...... T 13 New Richnmond, Q, a Ry. 9, Am X Ex., Allegan.............R 6 X Arew River, Huroin........... A eovtwO s, Bay................ 394 New Salem, Allegan....... R 6 Newtonville, Ry. 17, = Am. X Ex.. Baraga,.............. B 14 N ew Troy, Berrien........ U 4.X IArew "Yor'k, Saginaw.....O12 150 NicA.ols. Baraga.............. _fic]tols, Rys. 7. 36, = Am.. X. Natl. Ex., Calhoun....... S 8 Niles, 3 banks,~ D Rys. 13.36, X Am., Ex., Berrien...... U 5 X Nine 3[ile, Ry. 36, = Am. Ex. X Bay...................... N 11 Aripissing. Ry. 7, Natl. Ex.. X Lapeer................. Q, 13 Nirvana, Q Ry. 19, Am. Ex., X Lake.....................M 7 1Nixon, Missaukee......... L 8 X Noble, Branch............ U 8 SNolaii, (61,2 miles n. Meredith, 150 M 9) Roscoinliton.......... Z Noesuch., Ontonagon....C 12 X Noordeloos. Ottawa.......0 5 7Norris, Way ne............... Norrisville, Ry. 9, Anm. Ex., X Leelanaw............... J 7 North Adams. ~ D Ry.28, U. S. Ex., Hillsdale........... U 10 5,258 North Aurelius; (42 miles n. w. Mason. R 10) ngham.... 200 1 North Batavia, Branch..T 9 North Bessemer, Gogebic.... X North Bradley, 0 ~ Ry.19, Am. Ex., Midland.........IN10 \ Torth Brunch, Alcona....... X NotIth Branch, Ry. 2. Oscoda North Branich, 1 bank, G a 1,623 lRy. 41, Am. Ex., Lapeer P 14 X North Burns, Huron....NN 14 250 I North Concord, Jacksqon..... North Detroit, 0D Ry. 36 Am. L75 Ex, Wayne............. S 14 North Dorr, Allegan..... R 7 X North Eagle, Clinton..... Q 9 North Escanaba, (P 0. name 300 Wells), ~ Rys. 8, 40, Am. X Ex., Delta............... F 3 North Farmiagton, Oakland 90 R 13 X North Grand Rapids, (2y miles n.Grand Rapids,Q 7) 6Kent 150 _Yorth Holland, Ry. 9, - Ain. Ex., Ottawa_............ Q 5 X North Irving, Barry...... R 8 North La.sing, (1 mile n. X Lansing, R 10) 1 bank, 0 Rys.!6, 28, 36, Am., U. S. 25 Ex.. Ingham................! North Manitou lsiand.Manitou 300 North Morenci, ~ Ry. 54, Pac. Ex.. Lenawee............ U 10 1,248 Northl1 Muskegon, 9 Muskegon X * P5 |North TNewberg, Shiawassee 175 Qli 485 10 422 x 250 100 x x 75 x 4,748 50 351 x x 2,701 x x x x 490 100 200 x 90 150 300 x 50 x x 22,702 X X X 200 200 X X 334 X X 1,029 900 578 X 100 S60 100 6,078 X X X 3Oo X 10 1,330 865 X 1,115 X 218 553 X X t00 100 X 606 50 150 X 350 300 450 100 X X X 100 300 X X ' X 4,197 X X 200 X 15 X X 200 X 100 504 75 X. X 200 X X 705 X X 200 125 X X 50 X X X X X 25 1,590 l0 Northport, Q D Leelanaw...16 INorth Saginai. (P. 0. name Saginaw, East Side, 0 12) C Bys. 16, 36, Am.. Ex., Saginflw.......................... North btar, a0 Ry. 51, A" i. Ex., Gratiot............ P 10 North StreetRy. 19,ziAmn.Ex., Saint CIair...............Q 15 N, o? k rIh 7,, Leeha'iaw.... J 6 North vile, 2 banks, 0 9 Ry.19, Am. Ex., Wayne........ S 13 North Williams, (3 miiiles s. e. Willard, N 11) Bay.......... Norton. Muskegon............ Norvell, G 0 Ry. 28, U. S. Ex.; Jackson................ T 11 Norwall, Manistee........ L 5 Norway, 1 bank. 0 D Ry. 8, Am. Ex., Dickinson..... F 1 Norway Hrall, Lake...... M 6 Nocway Mlfills. Menominee F 1 Norwood, ~Charlevoix....l1 7 Nottawa, C a Ry. 21, Ad. Ex., Saint Joseph............ U 7 Novesta, Tuscola........ 0 14 Novi,~ Ry. 19, Ain. Ex., Oakland.................... S 13 Nunica,0 0 Ry. 15, Natl. Ex., Ottawa.................. P 6 0 Oa-al-ka Beach, Ry. 12, Natl. Ex.. Bay................ N 12 OakRy.16.Am.Ex.,Wayne S 13 Oakdale Park, (3 miles s. e. Grand Rapids, Q 6) Ry. 16, a An. Ex., Kent.......... Oakfield Centre, Kent..... P 7 Oakifehd, Kent............. P 8 Oak Grove, ~Ry. 51, Am. Ex., Livingston.............. R 11 Oak Hill, Ry. 31, Manistee. L 5 Oakland, (2V2miles s. e. Drenthe, i 6) Allegan........... Oakland, Ry. 45, a Amn, Ex., OBerrien.................U. 5 Oaklet, Lapeer................ Oakley, 0 Ry. 36, Am. Ex., Saginaw................ P 11 Oakville, Monroe......... T 12 Oakwood, Oakland....... Q 13 Oakwood P!-ark, (5 miles s. ea. Dearborn, S 13) Wayne..... Oceana, Oceanas........... N 5 Oceola Centre, Livingston R 12 Ocqueoc, (12 miles s. e. IRvogers City. H 12) Presque Isle.... Oden,o@Ry. 21,Ad. Ex.,Emmet H9 Odessa, Oscoda........... K 10 Odham, Sanilac............... O'Donnell, (3 miles s. w. Cariton Center. R 8) Barry.... Ogden, Arenac................ Ogden, D Ry. 28, U. S. Ex., Lenawee............... U 12 Ogden Centre, OLenawee.l 11 Ogemaw, losco.......... L 12 Ogemaw Spi ingsy80 Ry, 36,Am. Ex., Ogemaw.......... L.10 Ogontz, Delta.............. F 4 Okemos, ~ ~ Ry.16, Am. Ex., Ingham............. PV 10 Ola, 0 Ry. 52, = Natl. Ex., Gratiot..............., P 10 Old Mission, a Grand Traverse SJ 7 Olds, (2 miles n. Batavia, TJ 8) Branch...................... Olga, C Rys. 21, 42, Ad. Ex.. Osceola................. M 7 Olil'er, Huron................. Olive Center, Ottawa...... Q 6 Olivet, I bank, Q Eaton_.... S 9 Olivet Station, (P. 0. name Ainger), 0 Ry. 7, Natl. Ex., Eaton.................... S 9 Ohiey, (2 reiles n. e. Elsie, P 10) Shiawassee.............. Om1-1d, Sanilac........... P 14 Omena, ~ Leelanaw........1 7 Omer,i OArenac......... M 12 One a(.nd Owe Hof, Ry 32,Am. Ex., M anistee............... Onekaina, 0 e Ry. 32, Am. Ex., Manistee.............L 5 07iekaina Junction, Ry. 32, en Am. Ex., Manistee...... L 5 Oimm'taga,~ ~ R 1y.36, Am. Ex., Ingham................. S 10 Onote,~~ Ry.17, cn Am. Ex., A lger..................D 3 Onsted, 0 @ Ry. 11, Amn. Ex., Lenawee............... T 11 Ontario, Lenawee....... U 10 Outonag'on,~ 0 Ry. 6. Anm., Ex., Ontonagon......... B 13 Opechee (R. R. name Oscehol) 0 @ Ry. 17, an Ami. Ex., Houghton.............. A 14 Oral, (3~ miles e. Riley, Q 9) Clinton..................... Orange, Ionia............. 0 8 Oranc/ev, ile, Branch....... T 8 Orangeville Mills, B'arry..1R 7 Ora!/, (3?^ miles w. Amadore, P 15) Sanilac............... Orchard Hill, Alpena.......112 Orchard LatkeO ~ Ry. 23.Can. Ex., Oakland........... R 13 Oregon, (R. tL name Carpenter.v), Ry. 36, c-3 Ain. Ex.. Lapeer...................P 13 Orion, 0 N Ky. 36, Am. Ex., Oakland................ R 13 Orleans, D @ Ry. 16, Am. Ex., Ionia................... P 8 Orno, (R. It. name Jbiton Junction),C1 Ry. 21,: Ad. Ex., Osceolae.............M 7 Ortonville, Q Oakland....Q13 Orville. Mackinac......... F4 6 Ovrille, Ry. 12, a Natl. Ex., Saginaw................ 0 11 Osburn, Benzie............ J 6 Osborn's, (1Y miles w. Tekousha. T 9) Ry. 36, = Am. Ex., Calhoun.................... Osborne, Menominee......... O0ceoha,(P.O. name Opechee), 0~Ry. 17, i Am, Ex., T.oughton...................... A 14 Osceolar Junction, 0 Ry. 21, Ad. Ex., Wexford........ M 7 Osceola,tils, Houghton..... Oscoda, 2 banks, 0 e Ry. 1i, Am. Ex.,,Ioseo...... K 13 Oshremo,~ 9D Ry. 36, = Am. Ex., Kalamazoo............... S 7 Oskar, ~ Houghton...... A 14 Osseo, Q~DaRy. 28, U. S. Ex., Hillsdale............... U 10 Ossineke, R~.14. Amn. Ex.. AIpena.................... J 12 Ostemo, 0 Kalamazoo......... Otia. a Py. 9, Am. Ex., Newaygo....................N 7 Otisco, Ionia............... P 8 Otisvill!e,~ 0 i Ry. 19, Am. Ex., Genesee................ P 13 Otl-zego, 1 bank, 0 D Ry. 28, U. S. Ex.. Allegan.......8S 7 Otsego Lake, 0 9 0Ry 36, Am. Ex., Otsego............-. 10 Ottawa Beach, Ry. 9, Am. Ex., Ottawa.................. Q 5 Ottawa Lake, ~ Q Ry. 28, U. S. Ex., Monroe........... U 12 Ottawa Station, Ottawa.... Q 5 Otterburn, 0 Ry. 7, Natl. Ex., Genesee................ Q 12 Otter Creek, Jackson..... S 10 Otter Lake. G~ aRys. 19, 36, Am. Ex.,Lapeer..........P 13 Overisel, 9 Allegan........ R 6 Oviatt, Leellan tw........... J 6 Ovid, 1 uanK, E 1 Ry. 15, Nall. Ex.. Clinton............ Q. 10 Owendal,', ~ Rys. 44, 48, Ain. Ex., Huron............. N 13 0tLeý, MlssauAee............ Owosso, 2 banks. Q 0 Rys. 15, 36,51. An. NatI. Ex., Shiawassee................... Q 1 t Oývos,-o " 11",.,, - ii s 15, 51, Am. Natl. Ex., biliLW\isSee, Q. lt^ Ox Bow, Oakland........ R 13 Oxford,1 bank, ~ 0 Rys.36, 44, Am. Ex.. -Oakland...... Q 13 OzarkRy. 17,a= Am. Ex.,Mackinac...................... E 9 P Packard, R y. 53, ca Am. Ex., Van Buren............... S 5 Mich. 4. 304 X 150 X 130 1,700 X X 150 X 3,000 X X 150 400 65 250 350 X 150 X 75 X 100 X X X X 299 15 20W X X X X 50 X X X X 35 125 X 150 X 400 150 70 25 X X 60 790 X X 100 150 150 x 700 x 350 100 150 15 1,500 1,413 X 75 X 20' X X X X 522 200 150 313 101) X 130 X X 1,-!13 X 566 3,598 300 X 3COO 150 X 300 300 277 1,626 360 X 20O X 243 150 75 1,423 20 X 6,564 X lh0 1,128 X Packard, Ry. 28, = U. S. Ex., iglhamn................ R 10 Page, Ry. 21, = Ad. Ex., Enim eot...................... H 3 Paines, ~ Rys.16,36,=Ain.Ex., Saginaw.................0 11 Pames, Ry. 8, ac Am. Ex., Iron.................... D 13 Paint River. (R. R. naui Elmwood), ( DRy. 8, = Am. Ex.. Iron.................... D 13 Palmer, a Ity. 8, -n Am. Ex., Marquette.............. D 2 Palms (P. O. naume Pines), 0 Ry. 17, =- An). Ex.,.Mackinac...................... E 8 _Palms, Sanilac............... Pahl y'tation, D Ry, 19, Ain. Ex., Sanilac............. O14 Panmyra,G~ 9 Ry.28, U. S. Ex., Lenawee................ U 11 Palo, a lonia............... P 8 _Pangburn's Corners, Newaygo........................... Pacnoa, Ry. 8, = Am. Ex., Iron.................... E 15 Paris, 0~ Ry. 21, Ad.Ex.,Mecosta..................... N 7 Par'is M ills, Huron......... Parisville, Huron.........N 15 Park iCiy, Newaygo.......... Parkinson, Ry. 51, Am. Ex., Gratiot.................. 0 9 Park Latke, Ry. 51, =Am. Ex., Osceola................. M 8 Parks.(4 miles n. Hungerford, N 7) Newaygo.............. Parka, Mecosta.............. Parkville, Saint. Joseph...T '7 Parma, ~ e Ry. 36, Ain. Ex., Jackson.................S 1O Parlnclee, Ry. 86,a Am. Ex., Barry.................... R 7 Parnell, Ke't..........-... Q, 7 ['arshal]hille, Livingston. R 12 Partello, Calhoun.......... S 9 Partridge, Ry. 8, = Anm. Ex., Marquette............... D 2 Paul, (4 miles s. e. of Grand Rapids, Q 6) Kent......... Paulling, Ry. 8. ci Am. Ex., Ontonagon.............. C 13 Pavilion, Ry. 7, =n Natl. Ex. Kalamazoo.............. T 7 Pawlowski,(2mile s n.ot'Parisville, N 15) Huron........... Paw Paw, 2 banks, 3 ~ Ry, 53, Am. Ex., Van Buren.S 6 Payment, (12 miles e. Saulte de Sainte Marie,D 10) Chippew a....................... Paynes, Grand Traverse...... Paynesville, (21/. miles s. e. Bruce's Crossing, C 13) Ontonagon...................... Peach Belt, Allegan....... R 5 Pearl, Ry. 9, Am. Ex., Allegan R6 Pearline, (1y^ miles e. Allendale, Q 6) Ottawa........... Peasleys, Bay................. Peck, 0 Sanilac........... P 15 Felitson, 0LXy. 2t, mn Ad. Ex.. Em met.................. G 9 Penibiha, Menoniniee.... G 1 Penasa, Osceola............ M 7 Penin'2ula Mine. DHoughton Penn, QG~0Ry. 7, Natl.Ex.,Cass T6 Penn Mine, Keweenaw..A 15 Pennocks, Ry. 51,-3 Aim. Ex., Clare......................M 8 Penobscot, Muskegon......... Pentecost. 9 in. w. Tecumseh, T 11, ~ Lenlwee............ Pent Water, 1 bank, Q a Ry. 9, Am. Ex., Oceana...... N 5 Pequautnmg, ~ Baraga.... B 15 Perch, Rys. 17,41.,=Am. Ex., Houghton.............. C 14 Pere Cheney, (R. R. name Cheney),*Ry. 36, Am. Ex., Crawford............... K 10 Perkitn.s, Ry. 8, = Am. Ex., D elta.................... F 3 Perrin, Ry. 21, a Ad. Ex., Saint Joseph............. U 7 AoPerrinsvi le, Wayne...... S 13 Perrinton, 1 bank. ~ ~ Ry.52, Natl. Ex., Grdtiot...... P 10 Perrons, Rdy. 40, Am. Ex., M ackinac................... Perry, 1 bank Q @ Ry. 7, Nat~l. Ex., Shiawassee......... Q 10 Per'n/s, Grand Traverse...... Peters, Rys.. 9, 10, an Am. Ex., Lake.....................M 6 Peters. (3 miles s. e. Casco, R 15) St. Clair................ Petersburghi, 1 bank, Q Q Ry. 28, UT. S. Ex., Monroe.. U 12 PeterPso n's, Bay............... Petoskey, 2 banks. 0 ~ Rys. 9, 21, Ad., Amn. Ex., Einmet, H 9 Petrie, Mecosta............... Pet, ysville, Ry. 51, Am. Ex., Livhigston..............S 11 Pewabic, ~ Hough toun........ Pewamo, 1 bank, ~ @ Ry. 15, K~arl. Ex., Ionia.......... Q 9 Phoenix, (9 Keweenaw... A 15 Pickands Junction, Ry. 9, a Am. Ex., Muskegon.....P 6 Pickfurd, a Chippewa.... E 10 Pierport, 0 Ry. 3, Manistee, L 5 Pierson, 0~a Ry. 21, Ad. Ex., Montcami............... 0 7 Pigeon, ~ Rys. 44, 47, Am. Ex., Huron............. N 13 Pikps Peak, Wayne...... S 13. Pinchtowvn, N ewaygo......... Pinckney. 1 bank. 0 e Ry..23, Can. Ex., Livingston... S 12 Pineonning, Q @ Ry. 86, Ain. Ex., Bay................ N 11 Pine Creek, Calhoun,....... T 8 Pine Grove Mills, (R. R. name Pine.Grove), R'. 36, Am. Ex., Van Buren........... 8 6 Pine Hill, S-uilae........ 0 15 Pine Lak'e, Ingham........... Pine La,-e, 0 Ry. 40, Anm. Ex., Mackinac................IF 6 Pine Ridge, Ry. 8.1: Anm. Ex., Delta.................... G 3 Pine -Ridge, Roscommon..... Pine Run, Genesee.......;P 12 Pines, (R. R. name Palms), ~Ry. 17,=AAm. Ex. Mackinac...................... E 8 Pinnebog, 9 Huron...... M 14 Pioneer, Missaukee....... K 8 PiperOgemaw............ L 11 Pipestone. Berrien..........T 5 Pittsburgh, Shiawassee... Q 11 Pittsfield, (R. R. name Pitsfield Jc.,), Q Ry3. 28, 51, Amn. U. S. Ex.. Washteaw.;.S 12 Pittsford, 0 D Ry. 28, U. S. Ex., Hillsdaie..........Cu 10 Plainfield, Livingston... S 11 Plains, Ely. 8, =n Am. Ex., Marquette..............E 2 Plainwell. 1 hank, ~ @Rys. 21, 2,, Ad., U. S. Ex., Allegan...................... S 7 Plank Road, Wayne...... S 13 Platte, Benzie...............J 6 Plrasan,, Kent............ P 7 Pleasanton, Ry.3, ManisteeK 6 Pleasant Valley, Midland..O10 Pleasant View. Emmet.... G 8 P'lummer, Kalkaska....... Plumnville, Newaygo.......... tPlwnouth. 2 banks, 0 9 Rys. 16, f9, Am. Ex., Wayne.... S 13 PiY/IIoutlh JncVtion, Rys. 16, 19, Ain. Ex., Wvayne.... S!3 PO nt aau Fr(-ne. Chippewa... Poin t Lookout, Bay.......... Pointe Aux Pins, Mackinac, G10 Point Lookout, Arena c....... Point Richurds, Montea0m, P 8 Point Saint Ignace, Ry. 17, Am. Ex., Mackinac.....G 9 Point "able, Mason....... M 4 Pokagon, 0~)0R y.36,AAm. Ex., Cass...................... U 5 Poland's, Osceola............ Pomona, Ry. 51,: Am. Ex., Manistee................. K 6 Pompei, Q 9 Ry. 52, Natl. Ex., Gratiot................... P 10 Pontiac, 3 banks. 0 0 Rys. 15,23, 44.Am.. Can.,,Natl.Ex., Oakland................IR 13 Pool, Lapeer............... 0 14 x 150 x 25 1,011 x x 60 250 800 x x 100 x 75 x 50 75 150 x 225 490 53 x 200 100 x x x 25 x 1,391 X X X 130 70 X X 350 50 X X X 250 X X X 16 t,510 560 X 100 X X 100 349 X 4-10 X X X 08 X 2,8;2 X 75 384 1,000 X 100 220 215 100 900 X 419 885 150 150 X X X X X 300 X 250 X X 4(U 200 25' 400 300 X 1,414 200 200 X X X X X X 1,172 x x x X x 300 x x X 150 6,200 x Popple, Huron........... N 13 Pori, Ry.6, =Am. Ex., Houghton......................C 13 Portage, Ry. 28, = U. S. Ex., Kalamazoo............... T 7 Portage, Manistee............ Portage 2Entry, Ry. 17, Am. Ex., Houghton............. Portage Lake, ily. 21, L; Ad. Ex., Saint Joseph........ T 7 Port Austin, 2 banks,~ 0 Ry. 19, Am. Ex., Huron.... M 14 Port Crescent, Huron....A.M 14 Porter. Midland.......... 0 10 Port Hope, ~ @ Huron...2M 15 Port i-uron, 5 banks, ~ 9 Rys. 7, 19, 23, Am., Can., Natl. Ex., Saint Clair...Q 16 Portland, 2 banks,~ e R0y. 16, Am. Ex., Ionia.......... Q 9 Port Oneida, (2 milt's n. Glen Arbor, J 6) Leelanaw....... Port Sanilac, 1 bank, 0 0 Sanilac.................. 0 15 Port Shelfon; Ottawa...... Q 5 Po8t6 Sherman, Muskegon.... Portsmouth, (R. R. name South Bay City),~ 0 Ry.19, Am. Ex., Bay.......... 0 12 Posen, Presque Isle.......1H 12 Potatoe -River. Ry. 36, Am. Ex., Bay............... N 12 Portoes, Ionia................. Potter's, Ry: 16, Saginaw..... P6tterville, 0~ Ry.7, Natl. Ex., Eaton....................R 9 Potts, ly 2 Osouua...... K 11 Poulsen, Mason.......... M 4 Powers, Q G Ry.8,Am.Ex., -.,enominee................. G 2 Praha, Antrim............ 1 8 Prairieville, (4 miles' w. Delton, S 8) ~ Burry........... Pvatt Lake. Ry. 29, Am. Ex., K ent.................... Q 7 P'tt'ille, ~ @ R y.ll,An. Ex., H illsdale............... U 10 Prentis' Bay, Mackinac... F1 1 Prescott.0 Ry. 14, Am. Ex., Ogemaw................ L 11 Presque Ile, Presque Isle, 11H 12 Prestel, (8 miles n. w. Harrison, M 9) Clare............ Price. (3 miles w. Victor, Q 10) Clinton.................. Pritchardvtlle, Barry...... R 8 Prospect Lake, Van Buren,T6 Provemont, Leelanaw..... 1 6 Prudenville, Roscommon.. L 9 Puddlefovd, Jackson...... S 10 Pulaski, (R. R. name Wheelerloni,~Qly. 11, Aim. Ex., Jackson................. T 10 Phttaski. (5 miles e. Homer, T 9) Ry. 3Si, c3 An. Ex., Jackso n......................... Purchase, Hil!sdale........... Putnan'8, Wexford.......... 20 50 15C 500 1.3.543 1,678 50 700 X 1,50 x 100 x x x 505 x 200 800 x 300 x 125 x 75 x 50 x loo x 20o x x 200 x 25 x Riga, 0 DBRy.28, U.S. Ex., Lenawee.................. U 12 Riggsville, Cheboygan.-...G.9 Riley, Clinton.............Q 9 Riley Centre, Saint Clair. Q 15 Ripley, (1 mile n. e. Hancock, B 14) Ry. 17, = Am. Ex., Hough - on.................. Ritchie, (6 miles w. Alcona J 13) Alcona................ River Bend, Clinton......1R 9 Riverdale, Q Ry. 16, Ain. Ex., Gratiot.................. 0 9 -River Raisin, Ry. 28, =_ U. S. Ex., Washtenaw......... S 11 River Road, (see Detroit S 14) W ayne...................... River Rouge. (2V miles n. Ecors, T 14) Ry. 86, Ain. Ex., W ayne................. Riverside, ~ ~ Ry. 9, Am. Ex., Berrien.................. T 5 River Siding, Didkinson...... Riverton, Mason.......... ML 1 5 Riewview, Ry. 45, Am. Ex., Berrien.................U 5 Rives Junction, 0 Q Ry. 36, Am. Ex., Jackson...... S 10 Robbins, ( 10 miles n. Watersmeet, D 3) G)Ry. 22, Ontonagan......................... Robbims, Ry. 8, = Ai1. Exý, Ontonagon............. C 13 Roberts' Landing,St.Clair R 16 Robinson, Ry.22. Ottawa..Q 5 Rochester, 2 banks,~ ( Rys. 23,36, Am., Can. Ex.,Oakland, B 13 Rochester' Jnction, ~ Oaklan d......................... Rock (R. R. name MaIple, Ridge), Ry. 8, - Ain. Ex., D elta.................... E 3 RockElEm, Charlevoix..... I 8 Rockery, Antrim.......... 1 9 Rock Falls, Huron....... N 15 Rockford, 1 bank, 0D Ry. '1,, Ad. Ex., Kent........... P 7 Rock Kzlns, Alger........... Rockland,~(i~BRy. 6, Am. Ex., Ontonagon.............. C 13 Rock River, 1 Ry. 17, Am. Ex., Alger...............D 3 Rookwood, ~ Wayne,......T 14 Rockwo d 8tation, (P. 0. name South Rockwood, T 14) ~ Rys.28, 36,Am.U.S. Ex., M onroe..................... Rodingen,', (5 miles n. w. Hobart, L 7) Wexford......... Rodney, 0 Q ly. 16, Am. Ex., M ecosta................. N 8 Roe Lake, Ry. 14, = Am. Ex., A lcona.................... J 12 Rogers, Genesee.............. Rogers City, 1 bank.- a Presque Isle............ H11 Rogersville. Ry. 19, ED Am. Ex., Genesee........... P 12 Rollin, Ry. 11, i=-Am.Ex.,LIenawee.................... U ll Rome, 0 Lenawee......... U IIt Romeo. 2 banks, ~ Ry. 23, Ca. Ex., Macomb....1R 14 Romulus, OORys.19,54, Am., Pac. Ex., Wayne....... S 13 Rondo, GRy. 36, =- Am. Ex., Cheboygan............... H 10 Rooker/y, (8 miles n. w. Alba, J 9) Antrim................ Rooney, Ry. 8, = Am. Ex., Menominee.............. G 2 Roots, Ry. 23, = Can. Ex.. Jackson.................S 10 Rootville. Antrim..........J 8 Koscom omon, 1 bank, Q 9 Ry. 36, Am. Ex., RoscomM Oil.................... K 10 Rose, Ry. 19, = Ain. Ex., Oakland....................PR 12 Roseburg, Sanilac........ P- 15 Rosebush, (P. 0. name Calkinsvinle), Ry. 5L, Am. Ex., Isabella..................N 9 Rose City,? y. 1j, Am. Ex., Ogemaw................. Lll Rosedale, Chippewa...... D 10 Rose Lke, Oseeola............ Rosevllle, Maconb........ S 14 Rosina., Ionia.............. Q 8 Ross. Q By. 21, Ad. Ex., Kent Q7 Bothbury, Ry. 9, Anm. Ex., lRougem~ere, B-y. 16, Amn. Ex., W a~yne....................... Oeealna.................. O 5 Round Lake Junct'on, Ry. 21, e-n Ad.Ex., Weexford.... L7 Rourke, Baraga............... Bowla(d. Isabella... ...... 0 u Roxaina, Eaton............ R 9 Roy, (R. R. name Hand!/), tBy. 14, a Am. Ex., Alcona K 13 Royal Oak, ~ 9 Ry 15, Natl. Ex. Oakland........'.........S 14 Royalton, Berrien.........T"1 5 Royce, Oseoda............ K 1 Ruibicon.(2~/ miles n. w. Pori, C 18) Ontonagon............ IRnby, Sailnt Clair......... Q, 15 Rudyard, ~ By. 40, Am. Ex., Chippewa............... E 9 Runnel's, Mecosta........... Rural, Lapeer.............Q 18 Rushton, Ry. 23, ca Can. Ex., Livingston.............. S 12 Rusk, Ry. 22, Ottawa...... Q 6 Russell, (R. R. name Bui nham), B,. 51, = Am. Ex., Isabella....................N 9 Rustiord, Mecosta......... 0 8 Ruth, aBRy. 19, A.m. Ex., Huron N14 Ryo).s(n, Muskegon...... P 5 Rt/ersow, (21 miles s. w. Alleyton, 0 6) Ry. 9, = Am. Ex., N ewaygo................... Ryno, Oscoda............ K 11 I 200 40 20 500 X X 1.00 300 X X X 2O X X X 150 X X 90 150 90 J X 25i X X X 900 X 386 120 450 200 X 199 X 431 100 150 100 1,687 100 150 X X 10 X OW N. COUNTY. INDEX. POP. Q Quaker. Lenawee........ IT 10 Quanicassee City, (6 mileg w. Akron, 0 13) Tuscola........ Quary, Eaton................ Quimby, By. 36. c= Am. Ex., Barry...................B 8 Quincy, 1 bank, D wKy. 28, U. S. Ex., Branch....... U 9 Quincy Mine,, 0 Ry. 17, Am. Ex., Boughton......... B 14 Quinn, Macon.................. Q.uinnese, (D 0 Ry. 8, Amn.E2., Dickinson............... F t' Qu-inns, 11y. 36,=Ain. Wx., Arenac..................... M 11 R Rnber, (3 miles n. e. Gatesvtlie, F 10) Chippewa........ad ford's, (V inile e. Farnhanl, G.2) Ry. 40, Am. Ex., Menominee............ Raiyuel, Lake.............. Al 7 Laisin Centre, liy. 54, = Pa(-. Ex.,Lenawee.............U 11 Rni.0inville, Ry. 28, U. S. Ex., Monroe................. U 13 Ramsay, ~ D y. 8, Am. Ex., Gogebie................ C 11 Raundall,"Saginaw........ 0 11 Randolph, (3 miles s. Hobart. L 7) O.ceola _............... Rad-ville, ~ Ry. 6, An. Ex., D1iekiinson............... E15 Bankin, Genesee......... Q 12 Rann's Jill, Shiawassee.Q 11 H'ansom, Q Ry. 7, cNatl. Ex., Calhoun.................. S 8 Ransom, 9 Hillsdale...... U 10 IRLapid Rtver,G) QPRy. 40, Am. Ex., Delta................ F 3 Rapid--l, 2 m. w. Ingalls, H 2, Menominee................. Rapinville, Mackinat'..... E 7 Rapson. Huron............ N 14 Rapson'8 Siding, Ry. 19, I= Am. Ex.. Huron........ N 13 Rathbone, (3 miles n. Edgewood, P 10) Gratiot......... Rattle Run, Saint Clair...Q 15 Ravenna ~ Q Ry. 21 Ad. Ex., Muskegon............... P 6 Rawsonville, Wayne...... T 13 Ray Center, Macoinb.....R 14 Ra-ymond, (4Y2 miles s. e. Littlefiel, H 9) Charlevoix.... Rea, 0 By. 11, Am. Ex., M0nroe.....................IU 12 Reading, 1 banlk, Q G By. 28, U. S. Ex., Hillsdale...... U 9 Readmond. (4 miles e. Good Hart, G 8) Emmet.......... Rebel's Corners, Washtenaw S 12 Redfield, Cass.............IU 6 Recor's Point. St. Clair........ Redford, By. 16, Am. Ex., W ayne................... S 13 Red Jacket, 1 bank, 0 9 0 y. 17, Am. Ex.. Houghton A 14 Redwan, Huron,......... M 14 Red Oak. Oscoda......... J 11 Redrock, Houghton.......... Rfedruth, Baraga......... C 15 p edy,'s, Bay................... Reed City,2 banks, 0 R4ltys. 19, 21, Ad., Am. Ex., Osceola N7 Reeds, Ry. 52, Natl. Ex., Kent Reese,~~0 @Rys.36, 47, Am. Ex., Tuscola................. 0 12 Relay, tatiow, Ry.26, Menominee...................... H 1 Remick, Isabe la.............. Rem ington, Montmorency 110 Remus, 0~~ Ry. 16, Am. Ex., Mecosta..................08 Reno, Ry. 21,LnAd.Ex.,Ottawa P6 Renton,,Ry. 7, Natl. Ex., Caihoun.................... Republic, Q D Rys. 6, 8, 17, Am. Ex., Marquette..... D 1 Rescue, Huron.......... N 13 Rew, (31 miles s. w. Geary, Q 10) Clinton............... Re.,ffordt, Ry. 17, a- Anm. Ex., Chuppewa............... D 9 Roy /notd. Bty. 21, a Ad. Ex., Montcalm............... o 7 Redt/nohlds, J ac kso n............ Rhodes, By. 36, en Anm. Ex., Gladwin................ M1 10 RI-bble. (R. B, name Ribble Road), By. 47, e-n Aln. Ex.,. Huron...................N 12 Rite Creek. (.5 miiles n. Marengo. S 9) Calhoun.......... Riche's, Osceola.............. Ricl/neld, G-eiesee....... P 12 R~ichtaind, 1 bank ~ @ Ry. lI, Am. Ex., Kalamazoo......S 7 Richmond. 1 bank, 9 Macomb O14 Rieclmondville. Q 8anilaeO 15 Richville,Q~Ry. 36,a Am. Ex., Tuseola.................. 0 12 Riddles, Ry. 40, Am. Ex., Sehooleraft................ Ridge, Ry. 17, = Am. Ex., Alger.................... D 4 Ridgetop, Ry. 8, Am. Ex., Ir 11......................... Ridgeway, (D 0Ry.l.,Aim. Ex., Lenawee................ T 11 Rienzi, Mecosta........... N 8 20 75 X 100 1,250 X X 322 X 100 X X 50 500 X X X 40 X X 150 290 X X X X X X 250 100 100 X 15 1,000 x x 20 x 200 3,073 x x x x X 1,776 X 500 X X X 200 15 X 2,500 X SX X X X X 40 250 293 1,074 35 250 X x x 300 x I......... 511 60 50 10j 75 X X 500 40 X X 60 X X X 100 X 503 210 X X 3uO X X X 40 X X 25 150 X X 125 C.l I,i s Sable River, Ry. 31, Mason, AM 5 X Sac Blay, Delta............... X Safe, Ry. - 17, V= A=m. Ex., Chippewa................E 7 X SagervIlle, (2 nlile3 e. Pittsburg, Q 11) Shiawassee..... X Sages Lake, Ogemaw......... X Sagina w BayhJ nction, Rys. 16, 36, =n Am. Ex., SaginawO 11 X Sa-ginaw Crossing, Ry. 9, Am. Ex., Kent.................... X Saginaw East Side, (R. R. name North Saginaw) 7 banks, Q @ B ys. 12, 16, 19, 36, 47, Am., NatU. Ex., Saginaw. 46,322 Saginam Juncti, n, (2V2miles s. East Saginaw, 0 11) Ry. 19, =i Am. Ex.. Saginaw.... X Sagiinaw West Side, 6 banks, Q ~ Bys. 12, 16, 19, 36, 47,Amn., Natl. Ex., (Population included in Saginaw, East Side) Sa.oginaw..... 0 11 X Sagola, Q~Ry. 6, Am. Ex., Dickinson.............. 1) 15 400 Sailor (2 miles s. w. Union U 6) Cass......................... X Saint Charles, I bank, ~~Ry. 36, Am. Ex., Saginaw. 0 11 900 Saint Clair, l bank, ~ Q Ry. 36, Am. Ex.. Saint Clair. B 15 2,353 5ainnt Clair Flats, Saint Clair X Saint Clair Springs, (2 miles s. Saint Clair,B 15) ~ ~ Saint Clair........................ X Saint Collins, Ry. 17, Am. Ex. Ontonagon..............GC 13 50 Saint Elno, (5 miles n. w. Bradford, 0 10) Midland.... X Saint Helen, (Do Ry. U-6, Am. Ex.., Roscommon....... L 10 1,000 Saint Helona, (15 miles n. e. St. I nace, F 9) Mackinac.. X Saint Tg-nace, I bank, C 9 Ry. 17, Am. Ex., Mackinac F 9 2,704 Saint Jacques, (2V miles w. Sturgeon River, F 4) Ry. 40, =Am. Ex., Delta........... X Saint James, Manitou.G 7 400 Saint John's, 8 banks, 0 9 Ry. 15, Natl. Ex., Clinton, Q 10 8,127 Saint Joseph,2 banks, 0 aRys. 9, 13, 50, Am., Ad. Ex. Ber rien....................... T 4 3,733 / /! i Ad., Adams Ex. Am., American Ex. Can,, Canadian Ex, Dom., Dominion Ex. Natl., National Ex. N. P., Northern Pacifio Ex. Pao., Pacific Ex. U.S, United States E)

Page  131 TOWN. COUNTY. INDEX. POP. Saint Lawrence, Ry. 8, =a Am. Ex., Marquette......... C 16 X Saint Louis, 3 banks, E a Rys. 16, 51, Am. Ex., Gratiot, 010 2,246 Salem,0~Ry. 16, Am. Ex., Washtenaw............. S 13 200 Saline, 1 bank, 0 D Ry. 28, U. S. Ex., Waslitenaw..S 12 706 Salt Biver, Isabella........ 0 9 X Salzburgh, a Rys. 12, 36, = Am., Natl. Ex., Bay..........011 X Samaria, 0 Ry. 51, Am. Ex., l-onroe................. U 13 100 Sammons' Landing, Oceana N 4 150 Sand Beach, 1 bank, 0 9 Ry. 19, Am. Ex., Huron.... N 15 1,046 Sand Creek, Ry. 54, Pac. Ex., Lenawee................. U 11 100 Sanders, Ry. 3, Manistee..K. 5 Sand Hill, Wayne......... S 13 75 Sandhurst, Ry. 8, = Am. Ex., Ontonagon......... C 13 X.Sand Lake,D~ ~0Ry. 21, Ad.Ex., Kent...................... P 7 386 Sand Lake, (3 miles w. Tipton T 11) QRy. 11,Am. Ex.,Lenaw ee......................... X Sand River, ~ Ry. 17, a Am. Ex., Alger'...............D 3 X Sands, Ry. 8, c= Am. Ex., Marquette................... D 2 X Sandstone, (R. R. name Týwmbulls),0Ry. 36,a Am. Ex., Jackson.................S 10 X Sandy, (51/ miles n.'e. Croton, 0 7) Montcalm............... X Sanford,~(oRy. 19, Am. Ex., M idland................. Nq 10 100 Sanilac Centre, 1 bank, 0 Sanilac................. 0 14 403 Saranac, 1 -bank, 0 9 Ry. 15, Natl. Ex., Ionia.......... Q 8 790 Saugatuck, 1 bank, ~ 9 Allegan....................... E 5 799, Sanlte de Sainte 31arie, 3 banks, ~ ~aRys.l7,40,Dom., Am.Ex.,Chippewa..... D 10 5,760 Sault Junction, Luce......... X Saunders, ~DRy. 8, = Am.Ex., Iron........................ 100 Sawersville, Osceola...... M 7 X Sawyer, ~ Ry. 9, Am. Ex.,. Berrien.................. U 4 100 Scam mon, Chippewa..... F 12 150 Schaffer, Delta.............. G 3 50 Schlesser (4V2 miles s. Gatesville, E 11) Chippewa....... X Schoolcraft, 1 bank, ( 9 Rys. 7, 28, Natl., U. S. Ex., Kalam azoo................... T7 836 Schoolcraft, Schoolcraft...... X Scio, Ry. 36, Am. Ex., Washte. naw......... S 12 150 Scipio, (2 miles e. Mosherville, T 9) Hillsdale............... 30 Scofield, 0 Ry. 28, U. S. Ex., Monroe................. T 13 50 Scotts, ~ e Ry. 7, Natl. Ex., Kalamazoo...............T 7 100 Scottville, G ~9Ry.19, Am. Ex., Mason................... M 5 147 Seaman's, Wexford.......... X Sears, G ~ Ry.19' Am. Ex., Osceola.....................M 8 250 Sebewa, Ionia.............. Q8 200 Sebewaing, I bank, G 9 Ry. 47, Am. Ex., Huron.... N 13 719 Sedan, Charlevoix......... 1 8 X Selkirk, Ogemaw.........L 11 X Seneca, Ry. 54, Pac. Ex.; Lenawee...................U 11 25 Seney, 1 bank, 0 ) Rys. 17, 33, Am. Ex., Schoolcraft....1D 6 200 Sethton, (2 miles s. of-New Haven, P 9) Gratiot......... 70 Setf*, Ry. 40, Am. Ex,, Delta. X Seal Croix, (15 miles s. e. of Manistique, F 5) Schoolcraft X Seven 3Mile H1ill, Ry. 2, losco K 13 Seymour Lake, Oakland..Q 13 X Shabbona, (4 miles n. e. of Novesta, O 14) Sanilac...... 100 ShWfer, Ry.8,azAm.Ex.,IDelta. X Shaftsburg, (4 miles e. of Rochester, R 14)~~ @Ry. 7, Natl. Ex., Shiawassee....... 150 Sharon, (5 miles e. Ivan, K 8) Kalkaska................... X Sharon Arollow, Washtenaw Sharonville, (61^ miles s. e. Francisco, S 11) WXasltehaW......................... X Sharpsville, -(41/ miles s. Brown City, P 14) Sa~nilac.. X Shiattuekmille, Saginaw....... X Shay town, Eaton......... R 9 75 Shearer, Ry. 14, Am. Ex., Ogemaw.... "........L 1l X Shearer, Arenac......... M 1l 50 Shebeon. Ry. 47, aAm. Ex., Huron.................. N 13 X Sheffield, (2 miles w. Evans, P 7) Ry.52,=Natl.Ex., Kent 200 Shelby, Ry.23, = Can. Ex.,Macom b.................... R 14 X Shelby, 1 bank, (~DoRy. 9,Am. Ex., Oceana............. N5 994 Shelbyville, ~ 9 Ry.21,Ad. Ex., Allegan..................R7 q 250 Sheldon, Wayne.............. X Shepards, Eaton.............. X Shepardsville, ( 9 Ry.15, Natl. Ex., Clinton............ Q 10 200 Shepherd, 2 banks, Q 9 Ry. 51, Am. Ex., Isabella........ 09 469 Sheridan, 1 bank,0~ 0 Rys, 16, 52, Am., Natl. Ex., Montcalm..................... P 8 800 Sherlocks, Menominee....... X Sherman, E a Ry. 51, Am. Ex. "Wexford................. L6 750 ShermanCity, ~ Ry.19, Am.Ex., Isabella.................. N 8 200 Sherman's Mill, (4y, miles n. e. Interlochen, K 7) Ry. 32, = An. Ex., Grand Traverse X Sherwood, 1 bank, 0 9 Ry. 36, Am. Ex., Branch........ T 8 447 Shetland, Leelanaw........ J 1 50 Shiawassee, Shiawassee....... 100 Shiloh, D Ry. 16, Am._ Ex., lonia..................... P 8 100 iShingleton, ~Ry. 17,= Am.Ex.. Alger.................... E 5 75 Shoup, Ry. 44, a Aln. Ex., Oakland................ Q 14 X Shultz, Ry. 5, Am. Ex., Barry 25 Sibleys, Ry. 36, = Am. Ex., W ayne...................... X Sickels, Gratiot............P 10.100 Siddons, Mason........... M 5 X Sidnaw,0~ 0 Rys. 6, 17, 41,Am. Ex., Houghton.......... C 14 150 Sidney, Montealmh......... P 8 150 Siemans, Rys. 8, 55, a Am N. P. Ex., Gogebic......C 11 X Sigel, Huron............. N 15 X Siloam, Ioco............. L 1 110 Silver Creek, (R. R. name Argenta), Ry. 28, U. S. Ex., Allegan..................S 7 X Silver Late, Livingston....... X Silverwood, (It R. name A'asy, P 13) 0 Ry.16,=Am. Ex., Tuscohl................ 50 Simons, Antrim...........1 8 3s Si son, (D Ry. 9, Aln. Ex., Newaygo................- N 6 Sissons, Ry. 28, a -U. S. Ex., Lenawee,.............. U 12 X Sister Lakes, Van Buren...T 5 50 Sitka, Newaygo........... 0 6 X,Silver City, Gogebic...... C 12 X Six Corners, Ottawa.......... X Six Lakes, ( D Ry.16,Am. Ex., Montcalm............... 0 8 250 Skanee, Baraga.......... B 15 150 Skellll's, Wexford............ X 5layton's, Ry. 36, Am. Ex, Crawford............... J 10 X Slights, (3 miles s. e. Keystone, K 6)~0Ry. 21, Ad.Ex., Grand Traverse.................. Slocum Junction, Q Ry. 36, Am. Ex., Wayne........ T 14 X Slocum's Grove, Ry. 52,a iNatl. Ex., Muskegon.......... P 6 40 Smith's, Charlevoix.......... X SmithRy. 19, aAm. Ex.,Saint Clair..................... Q 14 150 Smitlh J'unction, Ry. 14, Am. Ex., Ogemaw........... K 11 X smiths, Ry. 36, & Am. Ex, - Gladwin................ E10 X Smith's Corners, Oceana..N 5 X Smith's Creek,G~ ERy.23, Can..Ex., Saint Clair......... Q 15 300 ) TOWN. COUNTY. INDEX. POP. - Smith's Crossing, Ry. 19, = Am. Ex., Midland...... 0 10 50 Smithville, Clare.............. X Smyrna, Ionia............. Q. 8 300 Shay, (41/ miles e. Palh Sta, tion, 0 14) Sanilac.......... X Snowflake, ~ Ry. 9, Am. Ex., Antrim.....................I8 40 Snyder, ~ Ry. 36, Am. Ex., Jackson................ T 10 X Sodus, Ry. 13, Am. Ex., BerIrien...................... T 5 50 Soldier Home, (2 miles s. e..Mill Creek, Q 7) Kent...... X Solon, 0 Ry. 32, Am. Ex., Leelanaw.................... J 6 X Somerset, Q Ry. 28, U. S. Ex., Hillsdale................ 1 10 50 Somerset Centre, ~ Ry. 28, U. S. Ex., Hillsdale.....T 10 200 Sonoma, Ry. 36, = Am. Ex., Calhoun.................. S8 75 Soo Junction, ~ Ry. 17, Am. Ex., Luce................ D 8 X Soule, Huron............. N 14 75 South Allen, (2 miles s. Allen, U 9) Hillsdale............... 150 South 'Allen, Osceola......... X South Arm, ~ Ry. 1, Charlevoix...................... s 200 South 'Bay City, (P. 0. name Portsmouth), ~ Ry. 19, Am. Ex.. Bay............... 0 12 X South Blendon, Ottawa.... Q 6 35 South Boardman, ~ 0 Ry. 21, Ad. Ex., Kalkaska..... K 8 350 South Branch," (It.R. R. name /Yqmnt,1K 11) ~ Ry. 11, Am, Ex., Ogemaw............... 100 South B utler, Branch..... T 9 25 South Camnden Hilisdale..U 9 10 South Cass, Ionia........... Q 8 100 South Chmax, Kalamazoo T 8 X South Fairlield, Lenawee U 12 25.-Southfield, Oakland...... S 13 300 South Frankfort, ~ Ry. 51,-=q Am. Ex., Benzie........ K 5 X South Grand Blanc, (R. R. name Beljord) Ry. 19, Am. Ex., Oakland.......... Q 12 60 South Grand Rapids, Rys.21,22, 36, Am., Ad. Ex., Kent. Q 7 X South Ifarrisville, Alcona.K 13 X South Haven, 2 banks, D 0 Rys. 36, 53, Am. Ex., Van Buren, S5 1,924 South Jackson, Jackson.. T 10 X South Lake Linden, ~00Ry. 17, Am. Ex.,Houghton.... A 14 2,000 South Lyon, 1 bank,~ @Rys. 16, 23, 49, Am., Car1. Ex., Oakland.................S 12 707 South Man)istique, ~0Ry.40, Am. Ex., Schoolcraft......... F 5 388 South Manitou, Manitou..... I 6 X i;oulh Milton, Antrim..... J 7 X South Monterey, 4 m. s. w. Hopkins Station, R 6,Allegan X South Riley, Clinton...... Q 10 250 South Rockwood,(R. R. name Kockwood. Station ) Q Ry.-.28, 36 Am. Ex., Monroe.... T 14 200 South Saginaw, (see Saginaw, East Side) @ Ry. 19, Am. Ex., Saginaw........... 0 12 X Soutt Saint Clair, (P. 0. name Saint Clair, I-. 15)QRy. 36, Am. Ex., Saint Clair........ 2,353 South Shore Junction, Ry. 40, Am. Ex., Chippewa........ X Sova, Cheboygan.......... G 9 X Spalding, Q~Ry. 8, Alm. Ex., Menom.inee............. G 2 475 Sparta, 2 banks,0~ @ Rys. 9, 52, Am., Natl. Ex., Kent.... P 6 904 Speaker, Sanilac........... P 14 200 Spencer's Mill, Kent....... P 7 120 Spencer MJill, Muskegon...... X Spicerville, Eaton............. 150 Spinks Corners, Berrien...T 5 100 Spoonville, Ottawa......... Q 6 X Spring Arbor,~Ry. 36, Am. Ex., Jackson,............T'[ 10 200 Spring Brook, Gratiot.... P 10. X Spring Brook (3 miles n. w. Richland, S 7) Kalamazoo.. X Spring Creek, Oceana..... NS 5 X Sp)ringfield, Oakland...... R 13 X Spring G rove, All ega~n..... S 5 100 Spring IHarbor', Charle voix,H18 X Spring Lake, ~ @ R~y. 15, Natl. Ex., Ottawa.............. P 5 1,168 Springport, 1 bank, ~ Q Ry. 28. U. S. Ex.. Jackson....S 9 4I07 Spring Vale, (9 mi es n. e. Boyne Falls, I 9) Charlevoix X Springville, Ry. 51, Am. Ex., Lenawee................ T 11 125 Spring Water, Antrim....... X Springwells, Wayne.......... X Spr'uce. Baraga............... X Spurr Mountain, Baraga.. C 15 150 Staats, Ry. 40, Am. Ex., Mackinac................... X Stacy, Grand Traverse.... K 7 X Stager, Q Ry. 8, Am. Ex., Iron.................... E 15 X Stalwart, Cluppewa....... E 10 150 Stambaugh, D 0 Ry. 8,Am.Ex., Iron.................... D 14 600 Standish, I bank, 0 9 Ry. 36, Am. Ex., Arenac...... M 11 611 Stan'ley Pit, (1 miles w. Imlay City, Q 14) Ry. 7,=a Natl. Ex., Lapeer.................. X Staniton, 2 banks, Q~D4Ry. 16, AIn. Ex., Montcalm..... P 8 1,352 Stanton Junction," ~ Ry. 16, Am. Ex,, Ionia.......... Q8 X Stanwood,0~ Ry.21, Ad. Ex., Mecosta................. 0 7 265 Star City, Missaukee...... L 9 X Star Island, (5 miles s. w. A]gonac, R 15) St. Clair....... X Stark, D Ry. 16, Am. Ex., W ayne....................S 13 50 Star Lake, Ry. 19, Am. Ex., " Lake.................... N 6 X Starkeys, Clare............... X Starrville, Saint Clair.....R 15 50 State Line, Ry. 8, Am. Ex., Gogebic.................. D 13 X State Road, (P. 0. name Michie), Ry. 36, =' Am. Ex., Bay.................... N 11 125 State Road, Ry. 9, =- Am. Ex., Manistee................. K 6 X State, Road, Ry. 19, Am. Ex., Saginaw.................... X Stearns, (6 miles n. w. Porter, 010) Midland............... X Stearns, (P. 0. name Bennett), ~Ry. 19. Am. Ex., Lake, M6 250 Steiner, Ry. 19, Am. Ex., Monroe.................... U 13 20 Stella, Gratiot............ P 10 X Stephens, Lapeer.............. 75 Stephenson, ~, Ry. 8, Am. Ex., Menominee........ H 1 456 Sterling, ~~ @Ry. 36, Am. Ex., Arenac................. M 11 200 Stetson, (2 miles n. e. Bird, N 5) ~ Ry. 35, Oceana......... X Stevens, Emmet.............. X Srevensville, ( o Ry. 9, Am. Ex., Berrien............. T 4 400 Stewart, Baraga............... X Stiles, (41 miles n. Lilley, N 6) Ry.7,=- Am.Ex.,Newaygo X Stimsom, (5~ niles n. w. Big Rapids. N 7) Mecosta....... X Stim-on Junction, (31/,5 miles s. Paris, N 7) Ry. 2l. = Ad. Ex., Mecosta................ X Stimsonville, Clare........... X Stirling, Q Calhoun............ X Stirlingville, (4 lniles n. e. of Pickford, E 10)Chippewa.... 300 Stittsville, Missaukee...... K 8 20 Stockbridge, 1 bank. D 0 Ry. 23, Can. Ex., Ingham... S 11 497 Stoneville, Ry. 17, =a Am. Ex., Marquette............... D 1 X Stony Creek, Rys. 28, 36, = Aim., U. S. Ex., Monroe. U 13 X Stony Cr'eek, Oakland........ X Stony Creek, Washtenaw.T 12 60 Stony Island, Ry. 36, r= Am. Ex., Wayne............. T 13 X Stony Point, Q Ry. 28, U. S. Ex., Jackson........... T 10 85 Stover, Ry. 30, Antrim..... J 8 X Stowe's, Lake................. X Strasburgh, Ry. 28, U. S Ex., Monroe............ U 13 50 Strickland, Isabella........ 0 C 125 Stronach, ~ Rys. 19, 31, Am. Ex.,Manistee.............. L 5 50 Strongville, (4 miles s. Pine ) River, E 9) Chippewa....... X TOW N. COUNTY. TXDES. Stump, MIuskegon......... 0 5 Sturgeon, Q Ry. 17,=Am. Ex.. Baraga.................. C 15 Sturgeon, Ry. 8, Am. Ex., Dickinson.................. Sturgeon River, ~ Ry. 40, Am. Ex., Delta............... F 4 Sturgis, 2 banks, ~ ~ Rys. 21, 28, Ad., U. S. Ex., Saint Joseph.................... U 7 Sugar Grove. Mason.......LM 5 Suyar Island, ChippewMa...... Sullivan, 0~Ry.21, Ad. Ex., Muskegon............... P 6 Sullivans, Bay................ Sumac, Ry. 8, Am. Ex., Dick. inson....................... Sum merfield, Clare....... M 8 Summerton, Gratiot.......0 9 Sumnerville, Cass........ U 5 Sunmmit, Ry. 16, ED Am. Ex., Lwingston.............. R 1.2 Sm-mit, (2V miles w. Cedar, G 2) Ry. 8,=Am. Ex., Dickinson....................... Summit, Rys. 17, 27, a Am.Ex., Baraga................. C 15 Sutmmit, (P. O. name Greenwood, L 11) ~GRy.36,Am.Ex., Ogem aw.................... Summit City,~ @Ry. 21, Ad. E'N., Grand Traverse..... K 7 Summiville, Lake............ Sumner, a Gratiot........ 0 9 Sun, (4 miles e. Lake, 0 6) N ewaygo................... Sunfield,~DORy. 16, Am. Ex., Eaton.................... R 8 Snma!side, (1 mile e. Slocum Junction, T 14) Ry. 36, = Am. Ex., Wayne............ Superior, Chippewa.......D 9 Sutton,~Ry.28, = U. S. Ex., Lenawee................ U 11 Sutton'sBay, Q( @ Leelanaw..I 7 Swan Creek, Alllegan...... R 6 Swan Creek, (3 miles s. w. Paines, 0 11) Ry. 36, a= Am. Ex., Saginaw............... Swanzy, G ~ Ry. 8, Am. Ex., Marquette............... E 2 Swartz Creek, ~(D0Ry. 7, Natl. Ex., Genesee........... Q 12 Swedetown, Ry. 17,=Am. Ex., HIoughton.............. A 14 Sweet's, Ry. 9, ca Am. Ex., Muskegon............... 05 Sylvan, Washtenaw....... Sill Sylvester, Aipena.......... Sylvester, Mecosta......... O 8 POP. X X X x X 200 X x x 150 150 X X 30 275 30 550 X 300 X 3O0 X 250 X X 50 300 X X 20 x x2 t TOW, W. COUNTY, INDEX. POP. q TOWNV. COUNTT. INDEX. POP. T Taft, Ey. 14,=a Am. Ex., Iosco Talbot. 0 Menominee...... G 1 Tallmadge, Ottawa......... Q 6 Tallman, Mason......... M 6 Tamarack, Goebic........... Tamarack', Rys. 8, 17, a Am. Ex., Houghton......... A 14 Tanner, (R. R. name Bear Creek-), Ry. 32, =Am. Ex,. M anistee.................L 5 Tarry, (5V2 miles s. w. Bay Port, N 13) Ry. 47, Am. Ex., o-1111,011....................... Tatwas City, 1 bank, ~ Ry. 14,Am. Ex., losco... L 13 Taylor, Ry. 17, = Am. Ex., Baraga..................C15 Taylor Centre, Wayne.....S 13 Taylor M Tines, Ry.17, Am.Ex., Baraga.................. C 14 Taymouth, Saginaw.......P 11 Tecumseh, 2banks, G ~ Rys. 11, 28, Am., U. S. Ex., Lenaw ee..................... T 11 Tekonsha, 1 bank, 0 Q Ry. 36, Am. Ex., Calhoun....... T 8 Temperance, (3V miles s. Samaria. U 13) Ry. 51, Am. Ex., Monroe.......... Temple, Q Ry. 51, Am. Ex., Clare.................... ALI 8 Terry Station., Bay........ N 1.2 Tews Mills, Montcalm..... 0 8 Texas, Kalamazoo.'......... T 7 Thayer, Ry. 8, a Am. Ex., Gogebic................. D 13 Thayer, Oakland...........Q 13 Thomas, Q Ry. 36, Am. Ex.. Oakland................ Q ] 3 Thomaston, ~ Ry. 17, Am., Ex., Gogebic............ C 12 Thompson, losco............. Tlompson, Ry. 14, Am. Ex., Ogemaw................ K 11 Thompson, (4 miles s. w. South Manistique,F5) Schoolcraft Thompson, Kalkaska......... Thompsonville, ~0 Rys. 9, 51. Am. Ex., Benzie........ K 6 Thornton,Saint Clair...... Q 15 Thornville, Lapeer........ Q 14 Thorp, Wexford........... L 6 Three Lakes, Baraga.......... Three Oaks, 1 bank, Q D Ry. 36, Am. Ex., Berrien.... U 4 Three Rivers, 3 banks, ~ ~ Rys. 28,36, Am., U.S. Ex., Saint Joseph................... T 7 Thumnb Lake, Ch'rlevoix..I 9 Thurber. Lenawee............ Thurmnan, Eaton.............. Thurtles, Bay................. Tigris, (5 miles s. e. Hart, N 5) Oceana................ Tilden, Marquette............ Tipton, ~ 0 Ry. 11, Am. Ex., Lenawee................ T11 Tolands, Allegan............. Toledo Crossing. Ry. 9, Am. Ex., Muskegon.............. Tompkins, ~ Jackson...... S 10 Tong, Ry. 2. Oscoda....... T 11 ~ Tcnkin, (4 miles n. e. Doon, R 6) Clare.................. Tonquish, (4 miles n. Wayne, S 13) W ayne................. Tooinabee, D Ry. 36, Am. Ex. Cheboygan............... -19 ToqLin, Ry. 53, =- Am., Ex., Van Buren............... F 5 Tor-h Lake, 0 Antrim...... I 8 Torch Lake Junction, Ry. 17, c Am. Ex., Houghton.A 14 Totten, Ry. 21, = Ad. Ex., Lake..................... M 7 Town House, (2~ miles s, Mianitou Beech, U 10) Lenaw ee......................... Towon _Line, y.2, Oscoda..J 11 Towns, (7 miles w. Reading, IU 9) Branch................ Traverse City. 2 banks. ~ a Rys. 9, 2t, 32, Ad., Am. Ex., Grand Traverse.... J 7 T'averse Resort, Ry. 32, Am. Ex., Leelanaw................ Traviq, Ry. 21, ai Ad. Ex.. Kanlm azoo-................ S 7 Trent, Muskegon.......... P 6 Trenton, ~ O l~ys.28, 3, Am., UT. S. Ex., Wayne....... T 13 Tr'st. Jackson............. S 11 Trombi/, Delta............... T~rostville, (. r" Fankentrost) R y. 36, A~m. Ex., Saginaw... Trout Creek, 0~O Ry.17, Amn. Ex., Ontonatgon........ C 13 Trout Lake, Q Rys. 17, 40, Am. Ex.,.Chi~pewa..... E 8 Trow bridge, Ry. 6, cn Am. Ex., Cheboygan.......... I 9 Trowbridge, Q Rys. 7, 16, Am. Natl. Ex., Inglim..... R 10 Troy, Oakland............ R 14 Troutdale, Charlevoix.... I- 8 Trufant,~~~ Ry. 16, Am. Ex., 5Montcalm............... P 7 TDwittsRy.13,l Am. Ex.,Cass U5 Truonbulls, (P. 0. naimne Sandstone), Q Ry. 36,= Am. Ex.. Jackson........... S 10 Tucker, lRy, 2, losco.......... Tula, Ry. 17.=Am. Ex..Gogebic..................... C 12 Tunnel Junction, Rys. 7, 23, Can., N-atl. Ex., St. Clair... Turin, (R. R. name JfcFarland), Ry. 8, =- Am. Ex., Marquette............... E ý Turner, (20 miles n. w. Standish, M 11) Arenac.......... Turtle Lake, Benzie.......K 6 Tuscola, ~ Tuscola........ 0 12 Tnstin, Q ~ Ry. 21, Ad. Ex., Osceol",..................AM 7 Mich. 5 x 100 75 150 X 768 1C0 M x 1,544 x 150 x 70 2,310 570 25 50 X X 125 X X 205 200 X X X X 500 110 350 X X 885 3,131 30 X 100 X X X 50 X x 100 X X X 45 X 100 X X X X X 4,353 X X 150 789 b0 X 50 200 200 X X 100 X 500 X X x x x 150 50 65 400 400 Twelve Corners, (4Y2 miles s. e. Benton Harb-', T 4) Berrien......................... Twin Lake, ~ Ry. 9, Am. Ex., M uskegon............... 0 6 Twinc Lake Jhnction, Ry. 2, Alcona................. K 11 STwoin Mountain,, Ry.32,Am. Ex., Grond Traverse.... K 6 T!/iu'i\Saginaw.......... o 11 Tyre.,~ 0Ry. 19,Am. Ex., San. ilac...................... N 14 Tyrone, Livingston....... R 12 Tyrrell, Oscoda........... J 10 Ubly, 2 banks, Q~ @Ry._19, Am. Ex., Huron............. N 14 Ula, Kent................ Q 7 Unadilla, Livingston......IR 11 Undine, Charlevoix....... H 8 Union, 0 Cass.............. U 6 Union City, 2 banks, ~ eRy. 36, Am. Ex., Branch.....T 8 i Union Home, Clinton..... P 9 Union Pier, Ry, 9, Am. Ex., Berrien................ U 4 Unionviile, i bank ~ ~ DRys. 4 7, 4S. Am. Ex., Tuscola.... NL 13 Upper Big Rapids, (1 ml e n. Big Rapids, N 7) Ry. 21, Ad. Ex., M ecosta................ Upper t''Pais,(Y2 mile n. Paris, N 7) Ey. 21, Ad. Ex., Mecosta........................ U pton, Clare.............. M 9 Uptons, Ry. 23, Can. Ex., Saint Ciair............. Q 15 Upton Works, (4 miles s. w. Port Huron, Q15)@0 Ry.19, = Am. Ex., Saint Clair.......... Urania, Q Ry. 51, Am. Ex., Washtenaw............. S 12 Urban, (4 miles n. Elner, 0 14) Sanilac................. U{rbam'est, Ry. ]5,1Natl.Ex.-, Oakland................S 13 Utica, @ 0Ry, 38, Am. Ex., Macomb................ R 14 v Valley Centre,Ry. 19, Am.Ex., Sanilac.................. P 14 VYan Bttren, Ry. 9, Am. Ex., A ntrim..................... Van Buren, (2 miles s. e. Aarwood. J 7) Kalkaska........ Vandalia,l bank, 0 ~ Ry. 36, Am. Ex., Cass........... N 6 Van Decar, Isabella....... N 8 Vanderbilt, ~ aRy.36, Am. Ex., Otsego.................. 1 10 YVandervest, (5 miles e. Stephenson, H 1)IMenominee..... Vanhorns, -y. 36, = Am. Ex., Jackson..................S 10 Van's Harbor. (1/_ mile n. w. Garden, F5) ~ Delta......... Van Winkle, Delta........F 4 Vanczzib. Houghton........... Vassar, 2 banks, ~ ~ Rys. 19, 36, Am. Ex., Tuscola....0 13 Vmqugu, (P. 0. name GWen. nie Station,) Ry. 2, Alcona K12 Veenfleis, (41 miles w. Richviile, 0 12) Ry. 36, = Am. Ex., Sa.ginaw............. Velzy, Kent...............P 7 Venice. (4 miles n. e. Vernon, Q 11)' Shiawassee............ Ventura, Ottawa........... Q 5 Y-ermilac, Ry. 17, 1= Am. E>:., Baraga................... C 14 Vermontville. 1 bank, ~ ~ Ry. 36, Am. Ex., Eaton.I1y. 9 Ver'e, (3 miles n. w. Taymouth, P 13) Ry. 12, = Nat]. Ex.. Ssginaw................ Vernon, 1 bank, Q ~ Rys. 15, 51, Am., Natl. Ex., Shiawassee...................... Q 11 Verona Mills, tfuron..... N 14 Vestalbugh, Q a Ry. 16, Am. Ex., Mont,9cal...........O 9 Vickervwille.,@KRy. 52, Nail. Ex., Montcalm........... P 9 Vicksbu'g, 1 bank, ~~ E ys. 7. 21, Ad., Natl. Ex., Kaka. mazoo.....................,T 7 Victor, Clinton........... Q 10 Vietorsville, Lenawee.... U 13 Victory,. Mason............ M 5 Vien'>->",i Q Rys. 19,28,36, ^m-, U. S. Ex.. Monroe.......U 13 Vienna, (2 miles s. Briley, I 10) Montinorenicy........... Vincen t, Meeosta.............. Vincent, (3 milesi e. Stephenson, H t) Menominee....... Vine, losco.............. L 12 Vineland, (4 mniles s. St. Joseph, T 4) Ry. 50. Ad. Ex., Be~rrien..................... Viola, Maetinac........... F 6 Viola, Wexford........... K 7 Vogel Centre, Missaukee..L 8 Vohinia, Cass............... T 6 Volney, Iewaygo......... X 6 Vriesland, Ottawa.........Q 6 Vriesland Station, (P. 0. name Beaver Dam,) Ry. 9, Am. Ex., Ottawa........ Q 6 Vulcan, Baraga.............. Vulcan, 0@Ry. 8, Am. Ex., Dickinson...............FI 1 Vulcan.Mine, Nenommee... w IWabick, Rys. 6, 8, = Am. Ex,,, Marquette......... E 16 Wabmemat, Emmet........... Wacousta, 1 bank, ~ Clinton, Q 10 Wadham's, Ry. 19,= Am. Ex., Saint Clair.............. Q 15 Wadsworth,Ry. 19,r=-Am. Ex., Huron.................. N 11 Wah am ega, Q Ry. 36, Am.Ex.. Tuscola................. 0 13 Jlaiska, Ry, 17, Am. Ex., M arquette................... TVarimer,,Monroe........ U 13 Wakefield, I bank, ~ ~ Ry. 8, Am. Ex.. Gogebic....... C 12 Wakelee, Q 0 Ry. 7, Nat]. Ex., Cass..................... T 6 Wakeesha, Kalamazoo...... T 8 W1aldenburg, Macomb...R 14 Waldron, Qt Ry. 11, Am. Ex.. H illsdale............... U 10 Wales, Ry.19,=iAm. Ex., Saint Clair..................... Q 15 W alke', Kent................. t Valkley, (2 miles n. e. Homestead, K 6) Benzl;e........... Walkersviile, Oceana......... Wallace, ( Q@Ry. 8, = Am. Ex., Menominee............. H 2 WIallaceviile, Wayne...... S 13 Walled Lake, ( @ Ry. 23, Can. Ex., Oakland........... R 13 Wallin, (5 miles s. w. Bendon, J 6)Ry. 9, Am. Ex.,Benzie... Walloon, (8 miles s. w. Petoskey, H 9) Charlexoix....... Walnut, (4 milse s. e. Orchard Lake, R 13) Oakland........ Watlsh,, Schoolcraft........... Walton, 0 @ Ry. 21, Ad. Ex., Grand 'raverse........ K 8 Walworth, (3, miles n. Cadmus, U 11) Lenawee........ WValrz, Ry. 19, = Am. Ex., W ayne.................. T 13 WVartvds, Alger................. JWatrner, Rys. 19, 28, 36, = Am.,U. S.Ex.,Monroe.,U 13 Warren, (D ~Ry. 36, Am. Ex., M acomb................. 1 14 Wasepi,~ Rys. 21, 36,Ad., Amn. Ex., Saint Joseph....... U 7 Washington, ~ REy. 23, Can. Ex., Macomb........... R 14 Waterford, ~ a Ry.15, Natl. Ex., Oakland................ R 13 Watervford. Wayne............ Waterloo, Jackson........ S 1] Waters, Q 0 Ry. 36, Am. Ex., O tsegO.................... J 9 Watersmeet, Q 0 Ry 8, Am., Ex., Gogebic............ D 13 Water Street Junction, Ry. 36, Am. Ex., Bay............... Watertown, Tuscola...... P 13 Watervale, (6 miles s. Frankfort, K 5)Benzie............ x 125 x x x 250 3o x 400 x 150 75 150 1,156 200 100 414 X X X 165 X X X 563 200 X X 423 260 370 X X n00 x X 1,6S2 X X 40 48 200 X 730 X 585 75 500 '75 92t 150 10 X X 5O X X X X 25o X 300 100 100 200 70 x 1,500 X X X 300 75 95 125 X X 1,000 200 X 200 365 150 X X 800 300 80 400 X X X X 200 X 3oo X X 200 125 350 500 150 125 200 250 X X X I lVatervliet, 0 ~ Ry. 9, Am. Ex., Berrien"............. To5 ItAitkihs, 1-0y. 28, = U. S. Ex., Jackson................ T 11 Watrousville. 0 ~ Ry. 36, Am. Ex., Tuscola............ 0 13 WVatson, (R.R. name Fisk) Ry. 11. c= Am. Ex., Allegan..,R 6 Wauceaah. Ry. 8. Am. Ex., Dickinson.......... G 1 Wave;'ly, Ry. 9, Am. Ex., Ottaw a...................... Wtave-rly, Van Buren..... T 6 Wayland, 1 bank, 0 a Ry- 21, Ad. Ex., Allegan........ R 7 Wayne, 2 banks, ( D Rys. 19, 36. Am. Ex., Wayne..... S 13 Wayne Junction, Ry. 36, Am. Ex., Wayne.............. Weaver, (9 miles n. e. Big Rapids, N 7) Mecosta....... Webber's, Ry. 16, c:D Am. Ex., Ionia.................... Q 8 Webberville, 0 ~0Ry. 16, Am. Ex., Ingham............REll WAebster, Washtenaw.... S 12 Websters, Berrien........... Weinsburg. (6 miles s. w. Ann Arbor, 6 12) ~Washtenaw-... Welch, Ry. 36,c=1 Am. Ex.,Ogem aw.................... L 11 Weldon. Belnzie........... K 6 Weldon Bridge, Ry. 51,.__ Am. Ex., Benzie................. Weldon Creek, Ry. 19, c:a Am. Ex., Mason............. M 5 Wfreldon Ju..ction, Benzie.... Wellington, Crawford.... K 9 Wellinfgton, Ry. 8, = Am. Ex., Gogebic.................D 12 Wells, (I?. R. na11e North. Escma (7ba-),~Rys.8,40,Am.Ex.. D elta.................... F 13 Wellsburg, 0 Ry. 17, = Am. Ex., Chippewa........... E 9 Wellsburgh, Delta........ G 5 Wellston, (5 miles s. High Bridge, M 6) Manistee...... Wellsville, Ry. 28, = U. S. Ex., Lenawee............... U 12 Wenona Beauch, Ry.12, cNatl. Ex., Bay............... N It We-que-ton Sing,, 0 Ry. 21. -- Ad. Ex., Emmet........H 8 Weorkman's, Kalaska......... West Bay City, 2 banks, 0 ~ Rys. 12, 36, Am., Natl, Ex., B ay......................N 11 1 West -Berlin, St. Clair........ West Branch, 2 banks, ~ @Ry. 86, Ami. Ex., Ogemaw, L11 West Bridge, (see Grand Rapids Q 6) Kent............... West Campbell, lonia...... Q 8 west Carlisle, (R. R. 'name Carlisle) Ry, 21, Ad. Ex., K ent.................... Q 7 West Casco, Allegan....... R 5 West China, St. Clair......... West Detroit, (see Detroit), 0 Rys. 16, 23, 28.36, Am.. Can., U. S. Ex.,Wayne........ S 14 West End, Wayne........ S 14 We'st Gladstone, Ry. 8, " A Am. Ex. Delta................ F 3 West G(reenbush, (P. 0. namne Mikado), Ry. 14, Am. Ex., A lcona................. K 13 West Harrisville, 0 @ 0y. 14, Am. Ex., Alcona........ J 13 West Haven, Shiawasseec..P 11 West lshpeming. (1/ mile w..lshpeming, D 2) Ry. 8, Am. Ex., Marquette............. West LelUoy, Calhoun -...S S West Millbrook, (R.. 1. name _Millbrqook Station) Ry. 16, Am. Ex., Mtecosta.......0 8 West Olive, D1Ry. 9, Am. Ex., Ottawa................... Q. 5 Wcston. ~ @BRy. 28, U. S. Ex., Lenawee............... U 11 Westphalia, @GClinton...... Q 9 West Point, Ry. 40, Am. Ex., D elta.................... F 4 W ests', M ecosta.............. West Sebewa, lo1a...... Q 9 West Sumpter, Wayne.....T 13 W~est 7Tr'07/ B y. 9, Am. Ex.. Newaygo................ N 6 Westville, Montcalm...... OS West Windsor, Eaton...... B 9 Westwood, Ry. 21, - Ad. Ex., Kalkaska.............i...J 8 1Vet'more J/un~ction, B'a'aga... Wetzell, ~ Antrim......... J 8 WVexford, @ Wexford...... K 7 Wheatfield, R Iy. 36, Amn. Ex., Calhoun...................S 8 WVheatland, Itiltsdale.......T 10 Wh~eatland. Wexford...... L7 Wheatons, Iaabelia........... Whieeler, ~ ~ Ky. 16, Am. Ex., G rntiot.....-;.............O 1 Wheelers, Ottawa............. Whpeleteton, (P. (). naimie Pulaski), 0 Ky. 11, Am. Ex., Jaekson.............,..T.- 1 Whitbeck, Marquette.......T 9 White. itillsdale........... U 9 White Cloud, 1 bank, 0 ~ Ry. 9, Am. Ex., Nlewaygo...O 7 WIh~ite Dale, 0 lly. 40, Am. Ex., Schoolcraft.................. White Feather', Ry. 36,= Am. E x., B ay.................... Wkhitefsh, Alger.............. IWthite Fish, Delta......... F 4 Whitefish Point, Chippewa C 8 WtIefish Ri?,er, Delta....... -Whiteford Centre, Monroe U 12 Whitehall. 1 bank, 0 ~ Ry. 9, Am. Ex., Muskegon..... 0 5) NWhite Lake, Oakland.... R 12 White Oak. Inglm......R, 11 White Pigeon, 2 banks, Q @ Ey. 28, U. S. Ex., St. Joseph U 7 White Rock, Huron...... N 15 White Stone Point,- Arenac M 13 White Swan. Kent........ P 7 Whiteville, (4 miles n. Mount Pleasant, N 9) Isabella...... Whitew(ater, Grand Traverse.. W-hiting, (6 miles s. w. Deanville, P 14) Lapeer........... Wit)-,ore Lake, Ry. 23, Can. Ex., Livingston............. Whitmore Lake, 0 ~ Ry. 51,. Am. Ex., Washtenaw.... S 12 Whiiney, Arenac............. Whitney, Ry. 8. = Ain. Ex., Menominee.............. F 2 'Whineyville, Kent........ Q 8 Whittaker, Ry. 54, Pac. Ex., WVashtenaiw............... T 13 Whittemore, ~ Ry. 4,Am.Ex., losco.................... L 12 Wickware, (2y, inles s. w. Cumber, _N 14) Sanila,..... Wilber, (7T)' miles n. of East Tawas, L 13) los o.......... Wilcox, Newtg'o.............. Wilders, Calhoun............. Wilderville,O0 1y.11,=Ain.Ex, Calhoun.................. S 2 Wildwood, Cheboygain.....H 9 - Wiley, (2 miles s. e. Riverton, M 5) Mason,I................. Willard, Bay............. N 11 IVitetM, Emmet.............. Williams, ~ Ry. 36,Am. Ex., Kalamazoo...............S 6 Williainsburgh,~ 00Ry.9, Am. Ex.,Grand Traverse...... J 8 tV'illiams Jun1ction, iRoscomnRi on....................... "IViliamnston, 2 banks, @ ~ Ry. 16, Am. Ex., Ingham, R10 "Williamsville, Cass........ U 6 Willis,~ ~ 0 y. 54, Pac. Ex., Washtenaw.............. S 12 W illits, Mon roe............... WVillow,( I. R. nam e.P, ehten) ~ Ry. 19, A.m. Ex., Wayne T 13 Witville, Lake............ M 6 Wilnot, Ry.:14, Am. Ex., Tuscola.................... O 14 Wilson,, 0 Ry. 8, Am. Ex., Menominee............. G 2 WiTlsons, Ry. 28, = U. S. Ex., Jackson................ T 10 Wil]don. (3 miles n. e. Rollin, U 10) Lenawee.............. Winegarns, Gladwn............ WVinflcld. Ingham........ R 10 500 x 300 50 300 X 60 523 1,226 X X X 404 X X X X X X 200 X X X 200 X X X 15 X X X 2,981 X 1,802 300 50 175 X X X X 125 593 300 X 80 50 75 200 350 X X 250 125 75 30O 250 200 X 200 75 X 80 X X 300 X 200 30 743 25 x x x 110 x 150 1,903 75 150 961 3Oo X X 40 X 60 X 100 201 100 100 125 350 40 X X X TOWN. COUXTY. INDEX. POP Wingleton, ~ Ry.t9,=Am.Ex., Lake.................... M 6 200 Wings Junction, Ry. 19.:: Am. Ex., Osceola....... --K 7 X Winn, Isabella............ 09 X lVinsor, (P. 0. name Linkville), Ry. 44, = Am. Ex., Huron.................. N 1"3 X -Winterfield, Clare........ M 8 X Winters, (16 miles s. Rock River, D 3),Alger........... X lVinthrop Junction, Ry. 17, a:-.Am, Ex., Marquette..... D 1 X Wise, (2Y2, miles n. e. Delwin, N 9) Ry.-19, = Am. Ex., Isabella..................... X Wis e's, Osceoh............... X Wisner, Tuscola.......... 0 12 X INitbeck, Ry. 6, = Am. Ex., Marq uette.............. D 15 X Withey, Rys. 6, 20, Am. Ex., Houghton............... C 14 175 WVithey Junction, (P. 0. name Kenton, C 13) ~Rys. 17, 20, Am-. Ex., Houghton......... x Withington, Jackson..... T 10 X WVixom, ~0~DRys. 19, 23, Am., Can. Ex., Oakland...... R 13 150 Wolf Creek, (10 miles n. w. Adrain, U 11)Lenawee...... 10 WVolf's " ill, Kent............ X Wolfton, (2 miles e. Kilkenny, N 13) Huron................ X Wolverine, 0 ~ Ry.36,Am. Ex., Cheboygan............ H 10 462 Wood, Ry. 28,=U. S. Ex., Lenawee.................. U 12 X Wood, (4 miles w, Baingor, S 5) Van Buren............. X Woodbridge, Lelawee....T 11 X AVoodburn, Oceana....... N 5 100 11oodbury, QD ys. 5, 16, Am. Ex., Eaton............... 11,8 100 Wood Lake, Ry. 21,aAd. Ex., Montcalmh................0 07 X Woodland, 1 bank, ~ By. 5, Am. Ex., Barry.......... R8 500 WoodmaCn, yRQ. 47, Am. Ex., Tuscola................. 0 13 X Woodman's, Gratiot.......... X Woodiimere, (2 miles n. Ecors, S 14) Ry. 36, c Am. Ex., W ayne..................... 300 Woo dlrow, Ry. 8, Ogemaw. Kl l X 'Wood's Corners,Ry. 16,.= Am. Ex., Ionia................. P 8 75 Woodside, Ry. 17,!= Am. Ex.,. Houghton.............. B 14 Woodstock, Ry. 28, i=!-* U. S. Ex., Lenawee.............Til 100 Woodville, Ry. 36, = Am. Ex., Bay.................... X Woodville, ~ ~ Ry. 9,Am. Ex., Newaygo................ N 7 600 Worcesster Hil--l, Ry. 9, a= Am. Ex., Newaygo........... 0 6 X Worden, Ry. 49, Washtenaw S12 X "Worth, Ry. 36,E3Am. Ex., Arenac..................... M il 25 Wright, Ottawa............ P 6 X Wrights, Newago............. X Wfrlight's Lake, 0 Otsego..... X Wyandotte, 2 banks, ~ 0 Rys. 28, 36, Am., IT. S. Ex.. W ayne.................. T 14 3,817 W ykes, Kent................. X Wyman, ~ Ry. 16, Am. Ex., Montcalmh................. P 8 75 y Yale, 1 bank, 0 @ Ry. 19, Am. Ex., St. Clair............P 14 987 Yankee Spring, Barry.....R 7 60 Yargerville, (4 mi es s. w. La Salle, U 13) Monroe......... X Yates, (5 miles n. e. Utica, R 14) Ry. 36, Am. Ex.,Macomb X Yates, Manisttee........... L 6 41 Yatis, Oakland............... X Yallo', Ry. 40, Am. Ex., 5[acki nae................... < Yew, (2 miles s. w. Green-field, S 13) W ayne................ X York, ~ 'Washtenaw....... S 12 li5 Yorkvil~e, ~ Ry. 11, Am. Ex., K alam:ixoo................,S 8 20< Ypsatainti, 2 banks, ~ @Bvs.2, 36, Am., U.- S. Ex., Washtenaw,...................S 12 6,12! Yul~a, Grand Traverse.... J 7 13' Yuina. (5 miles n. W.Henrietta, S 11) Ry. 51, Am. Ex., W e xfor d................... > ) ) ) 5 7 0 7 9 Zeeland, 1 bauk. ~ ~ By. 9, Am. Ex., Ottawa...... R 6 Zilwaukee, ~ 0 eIy. 12,6, Am., Natl. Ex., Slag'inaw.....O 11 Zion, Q Ry.19, c- Am. Ex.. St. Clair..................... P 15 Zutphen,.Ottawa.......... Q 6 785 9CO 30 SO x 75 x 250 x x 240 x 1,139 150 100 X 200 X 75 200 X 25 X 2O0 I v Ad., Adams Ex. Am., American Ex. Can., Canadian Ex. Dom., Dominion Ex. Natl., National Ex. N. P., Northern Pacific Ex. Pac., Pacific Ex. U, S., United Sta'es Ex,

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Ray Eigh; Canveys; Chadwell; Purgleet; Grays Chadwell; Greenwich; Bromley; Hayes; Lamb Abbey; Eltham; New TOwn; Plaistow; Woolwich; Kingston; Banstead Chipstead; Epsom; Caterham; Godston; Oxstead; Godston; Westerham; Seven Oaks; Plaxtole; Shipborne; Yalding; Otham; Lousa; Snodland; Aylesford; Chatham; Rochester; Strood; Chalk; S Fleet; Gravesend; Orpington; St Mary's Cray; Farningham Meopham; Plaxtole; Ray eigh; Argenteuil; Bezons; Epinay; Stains; Dugny; Double Comunne du Nord; Dugny; Stains; Bezons; Calombes; Gennevilliers; S Queens; Aubervilliers; Tort d'Aubervilliers Bobigny; Foret de Bondy; Bondy; Pantin Romainville; Villemont; Paris; Asnieres; Clichy; Courcelles; Neuilly Moumarires; sur Seine; Passy les Paris; Grenelle; Vaugirard; Vincennes; Bagnolet; Fort de Rosn; Montruil sur Bois; Neuilly; Nogent; Charenton; S Mande Buis; Fontenay sous Bois; Charenton le Pont; S Maurles; Marne; Creteil; Charenton Maisons; Boiss St Leger Valenton; Fresnes les Rungis; Thlas; L'Hay; Rungis; Orly; 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Mandarn Rainleh; Alexandria; El Meke; Melaba; Lou Sand Coast; Mediterranean Sea; C Boor; El Buro; Beltim; Boorlos Lake; Tida;; Shekh; Nabara; Shirbin; Jasbesh Bebay; Kallin; Sheb Reket; Neoeel; Dessook; Affeh; Foodh; Daroot; Mellabal; Dayr Ams; Harareh; Ancient Canal; Shaboo; Nigeeleh; Tareen; Terane; Algam; Aboo; Eggar; Ain Shesheghia; Ain Zaghig; Ain Batha; Natron Dayr Baramoo Lakes; Amba Biskoi; Dayr Macarius; W Faregh; El Benal; Mellahah; Beni Salamel; Shaboo; Algam; Tareen; Terane; Jaffareeh; Maoan; Menoof; Sardeeye; El Kutah; Kaft Minsoo; Ome Deenaro; Boolak; Grizeh or Geeeh; Shebramat; Cairo; Makan; Zabel; Pershoon; Alrib; Shib; MitGhrm;Tanta; Tamboll; Semenod; Shekh; Tida; Kasresh Bebay; Cape Tchelyuskin; Petrovsk Bay; Eatern Taimyr Penin; L Taimyr; R Khatanga; Petrovsk Bay; R Monyero; River Anabara; Anabarsk; Northwik Bay; Bielkov Isl; Liakov Is or New Siberia; Fadievskoi Isl; New Siberia; Cape Kamenoi; Maloi Isl; Liakov Isl; Kromskaia Bay; Sviatoi Cape; Ust Yansk; River Yana; River Lena; Verknoiansk; Shigansk; River Olenek; River Anabara; Sashiversk; Siberia; Yakutsk; Nijner Kolimsk; S Kolimsk; V Kolimsk; Kolima R; Aniui R; C Barnanov; Ostrovno; Wrangel Land; Kellett Land; Tchuktchis; Gulf of Anadir; C Chouko; Cape Navarin; Ghijinsk; Penjinsk; C Baranov; Aton Isl; Ostrovnot; Aniui R; Anadir; Tchuktchis; Gulf of Anadir; C Choukotsky; Cape Navarin; Clerk I; Norton Sd; Cape Lishurne; Herald Isl; Kellett Land; Wrangel Land; Herald Isl; Barrow Pt; Tangent Pt; Smth Bay; Cape Halkett; Beecher Pt; Camden Bay; Manning Pt; Ft Michaelowsky; Michaelovski; Norton Sd; Hope Point; Manning Pt; Richard I; Liverpool Bay; Franklin Bay; Nelson Head; Kellet Pt; Meek Pt; Burnett Bay; Pr Alfred Cape; Cape Maclure; Banks Straits; Dyer Bay; Lands End; Pr Patrick Island; Cape Maclintock; Polynia Is; Melville; Banks or Baring I; Pr Albert Sd; Unnion St; Coronalion Gulf; Gt Bear Lake; Ft Enterprize; Lake Aylmer; Ft Food Hope; Ft Franklin; Ft Norman; Pelly River; Alaska; Yucon River; Colville R; Prince Wales; Ft Simpson; Napier Bay; North Cornwall Victoria Arch; Jones Sound Coberg Isl; Carey Is; Cape Parry; North Lincoln; Ellesmark Land; United States; Maury Bay; Grinnel Land; Maury Bay; Washington Land; Petermann Fiord; Humboldts Glacier; Kane Basin; Prudhoe Land; Haynes; Inglefield Gulf; Peninsula; Wolstenholme Sd; James Sound Coburg Isl; Cape York; Allison Bay; Baffin's; Baffin Island; C Shackleton; Bay Upernik; Black Cape; Waigat Strait; Omenak; Ritenbenk; Jacobshavn; Christianshaab; Holteinborg; Sukkertoppen; Godthaab; Hernhut; C Desolution; Cape Dyer; C Chidley; Resolution; C Albert; Davis Strait; Hudson Strait; Fox Land; Hall Penin; Northumber In; Merchant Bay; Lumberland Isl; Baffin Land; Cockburn Land; Admiralty; Gulf of Foothia; Pelly Bay; Committee Bay; Rae Isthmus; Wager R; Chesterfield; Inlet; Fisher Str; Hudson; Fish River; Lake Lake Farrya; Penin; Victoria Land; Mafnetic Pole; King W Isl; Greenland; Cape Bismark; Koldewey Is; Shannon Isl; Ardencaple Inlet; Pendulum Is; Clavering Isl; Gael Hunkers Bay; Gael Hunkers Bay; McKenzie Inlet; C Parry; LJameson Land; C Brewster; Cape Ewart; Cape Barclay; Cape North; Iceland; Greenland; C Discord; C Mosting; C Lowenhorn; Mt Heola; Langanes; Jan Mayen Isl; Verlegen Head; Smeerenberg Bay; Ilakluyts Ilead; Madeleine Bay; Cross BAy; Pr Charles Island; Ice Sound; Bell Sound; Horn Sound; South Cape; Hope Isl; Thousand Is; Ryk Yse Is; Edges Isl; King Karl Land; Hinlopen Strait; Gillis Land; Cape Smyth; Seven Islands; North East Land; Spidzbergen; Jan Mayen Isl; Arctio Circle; BEar Isl; North Cape; Hammerfest; Loffoden Isles; Maelstram; Noesne; Vigten Is; Christiansund; Trondheim; Faroe Isl; Bodoe; Iomstad; Ternen; Lapland; Kola; North Cape; Cape Nordkyn; Varanger Fiord; Cape Kanin; Kandalaskala; White Sea; Archangel; Mezen; R Dwina; Lake Onena; Finland; Uleaborg; Ternen; Lapland; Yarensk; Kolguev L; Cape Tchernoi; Kostin Bay; Cape Gousinoi; Cape Soukhoi; Cross Bay; Admiralty Isl; Verkha Isl; Cape Nassau; Matthews Land; Cape Klokov; Lutke Bay; R Pitchora; Cape Fern; Novazembla; McClintock Is; Weyprech Isl; Salin Isl; Hall Island; Zichy Land; Wilezek Land; Karskana; Berezov; Obdorsk; Yalmal Penin; Tchaste Isl; Cape Mauritius; Cape Middendorff; Cape Taimyr; Testern Taimyr Penin; Avamskoi; R Kheta; R Piasma; Venisei; Khantaisk; Gulf of Obe; Tchaste Isl; Kara Sea; Obdorsk; R Lena; Kirensk; Vilim R; R Olekma; Irkutsk; Irkutsk; L Barkat; Barguzinsk; Nertchrsk; Selenginsk; Ourga; Mongolia; Chinese Empire; Kin Chow; Aldan R; R Mana; Udskoi; Yablonot; Albassin; Sagaliehioula; Tsitsikar; Manchooria; Kirinoula; Kien King Hakoladi; Strait of Matsmai; Japan Islands; Petropaulovski; Okhotsk; Olutorsk Bay; Karaginsk Isl; Behring Isl; Copper Isl; Attou Isl; Kiska Isl; Great Wall; Pekin; Lan Chow; Hoang Ho; Kai Fung; Peling Mts; Ching Tou; Tonquin; Choo Kiang; G of Tonquin; Hong Kong; AMoy; Fuh Chow; Yellow Sea; Quelpart; Shanghae Chusan Is; Eatern Sea; Formosa Taiwan; BAshee Is; Majico Simah Is; Rasa Is; King Ki Tao; Oki Is; Miako; Figami Isl; Yedo; Fatzizoo; Moor Isl; Margaret Isl; Grampus Is; Marcus Isl; Ride Plata; Crespo Island; Morell Island; Patrocinio Island; Tropic of Cancer; Jardine Isl; Tarquin Isl; St Bartholomew; Wake Isl; Lamira Isl; Patrocinio Isand; Morell Island; Ride Plata; Crespo Island; Kstshindy Isl; Behring Isl; Copper Isl; Attou Isl; Cure; Clark's Island; Camira Isl; Lamica Isl; Wake Isl; St Bartholomew Isl; Smyths Isl; Button Is; Smith Is; Krusenstern Bk; Philadelphia I; Lassion I; Gardner I; Nahau; Sandwich Islands; Hawaii or Owhyee; North Pacific Drift Current; Aleutian Islands; Behring Sea; Onnekotan; Simusir; Karaginsk Isl; I St Paul; Ounimack Isl; Bristol Bay; C Newenham; Kodiak Isl; Behring Bay; Sitka; Prince of Wales Arch; Qn Charlottee Isl; Qn Charlotte Sd; Vancouver Isl; Juan de Fuca Str; Olympia; Columbia River; Salein; C Oxford; C Mendocino; San Francisco; Santa Barbara; San Diego; Guadaloupe; Port San Bartolome; Los Alijos; Cape San Lucas; Revillagado; United States; Canada; Mt Hooker; Little Slave Lake; Ft Vermillion; Ft Chipewyan; Deer Lake; Saskatchawan; Lake Winnipeg; Richmond Severn; Ft Churchill; Whale R; Maine R; Labrador; Mosquito Bay; Hebron; Hopedale; Ivuktoke Inlet; Strait of Belle Isle; New Found Land; Trinity Bay St John; Whale R; E Maine R; Quebec; Montreal; Ontario; Boston; C Cod; C Sable; Halifax; New York; Long Is; C Cod; Cape Hatteras; Charleston; Bermuda Is; St Augustine; Abaco; San Salvador; Bahama; West Inda; Puerto Rico; Barbuda Islands; Martinique; Barbadoes; Trinidad; Caribbean Sea; Central America; Honduras; Jamica; Belize; Gulf of Hondurai; Austin New Orleans; Red River; Arkansas River; St Louis; Little Rock Mobile; Hopefale; Ivuktoke Inlet; Strait of Belle Isle; Alantic Ocean; St Kilda Western Is; Aberdeen; Scotland; Edinburg; Aberdeen; Holland; London; British Isles; Ireman; Dublin; St George Ch; English Ch; Brest; Bay of Biscay; Bordeaux; Corunna; Madrid; Spain; Valencia; Cadiz; Oporto; Portugal; Lisbon; Cape San Vicent; Strait of Bibralter; Tangler; Cape Blanco; Marocco; Mogador; Teneriffe; R Draha; Cape Bojador; Sahara or Great Desert; Cape Blanca; Madeer Is; Salvage Isl; Canary Is; Ferro; Gd Canary; St Antonio; St Nicholas; St Louis; S Jago Cape Verde; Christiana; Stockholm; Skager Rock; North Sea; Denmark; Copenhagen; Berlin; Germany; Belgium; Prague; Vienna; Alps; Austria; Mt Blanc; Corsica; Rome; Barvelona; Sardinia; Trieste; Europe; Baltic Sea; Hamburg; Rome; Mojore; Mediterranean Sea; Tunis; Tripoli; Barbary; Murzuk; Tunis; Cyprus; Cairo; Nubia; Egypt; New Dongola; Cobbe; Lake Fittrel Darlur; Cobbe; Lake Chad; Bima; Timbuctoo; L Divvie Mt Sinai; Dead Sea; Jerusalem; Syria; Black Sea; Bosphorus; Poland; Warsaw; Dantzig; Meme; R Dwina; Cothland; Revel; St Petersburg; Valda Hills; Moscow; Smolensk; Toula; Orlov; Kiev; R Dniester; Constanthople; Ekaterinoslay; Toula; Calda Hills; New Dongola; Cutaracts; Cobbe; Lake Fittre; Sennar; Abysennia; Zeyla; L Dembed; Gulf of Aden; Sana; Konfodeh; Dafar; Muscat; Persia; Yezdl Ispihan Mohammerah; Bagdad; Basra; Grane Bahrein I; Derayeh; Muscat; St of Ormus; Tabreez; Caspian Sea; Caspian Sea; Trebizond; Russia; Kazan; Kama; Orenburg; Uralsk; Ural R; Astrakh; Penza; Saratoc; Nijni Novgorod; Tobolsk; Ishim; Petropaclosk; Ishim R; Tchargam Aghatch; Akinolinsk; Lake Balkash; Tchui R; Turkestan; Khiva; Kohan; Cashgar; East Turkestan; Bokhara; Kunduz; Balkh; Junduz; Lahore; Delhi; Afghanistan; Balchi Stan; Indus K; Agra; Hindoostan; G of Cambay; Narim; Veniseisk; Tonsk; Krasnoiarsk; Minusinsk; Busk; Semipolatinsk; Gobdo; Oulia Soutal; Mongolia; Great Desert; Yarkand R; Dzungaria; Oulia soutal; Gobdol Semipolatinsk; Khoten; Tibet; Mt Everest; Bramaputra; R Ganges; Luckrow; Hindoostan; Calcutta; Burmah; Arscan; Mecca; Bashee Is; Siam Siam; Bangkok; Hue Turon; Cina Sea; Luzon; Manilla; Mindora; Palawan; Labuan; Natuna Is; Malacca; Singapore; Sarawak; Celebes Sea; Phillippine Islands; Samar; Mindanao Pelew Is; Sangir Is; Gillolo Isl; Mariere; Anson Is; Lindsay Isl; Marianna or Ladrone Is; Tarquin Isl; Saypan; Guam; Mackenzie Is; Swede Is; Caroline Is; Dunkin Is; Greenwich Isl; Admiralty Is; New Hanover; New Ireland; New Britian; New Guinea; Pupua or Arrow; Somerset; Cape York; Chaiseul Isl; Louisade Arch; Farquhar Is; Halifax Bay; Australia; North Australia; South Australia; Shark Bay; Steep Pt; Houtmans Abrolhos; Perth; Geographe Bay; Cape Leeuwin; R Geo Sound; Hamelin Ilar; Western Australia; New South Wales; Spencer's Kangaroo Isl; Sydney; Brisbane; Queen's Land; Moreton Bay; Melbourne; Moreton Bay; Pacific Ocean; Wake Isl; St Bartholomew Isl; Smyths Isl; Calvert Is; Mulgrave Is; Boston Is; Hope Isl; Altlantic Isl; Boston Is; Searborough Is; Simpson Is; Smith Is; Palmyra Isl; New Nantucket; Fanning Isl; Christmas Isl; Walker Isl; Equat; Pleasant Isl; San Augustine Isl; Byron Isl; Gardner; Ellices; Matata Isl; San Christoval Isl; Greenville Isl; Santa Cruz Is; Greenville Isl; New Hebrides; Vana Levi; Mallicollo; Tanna; Byron Isl; Phoenix Is; Sidney; Dukes of York; Union Group; Danger Is; Samoan Or Navigator Is; Manua; Tutile; Palmerston Is; Rururu; Mopelia; Woodstock Isl; Penrhyn Isll Starbuck Isll Jervis Isl; Malden Isl; Volunteer Isl; Nouka Ilica; Flint Isl; Palliser Is; Tahiti Harpe Isl; Marquesas Is; Fatou Ilica; Dissappointment Is; Honden Isl; Paumotu or Low Is; Whitsundau Isl; New Caldedonia; Loyalty Is; Hunter; Norfold Isl; Rosaretta Reef; Cape Maria; North Isl; Auckland; Bay of Plenty; Curtis Is; Raowl Isl; Kermeadec Is; Vasquez Isl; Pilstaart; Friendly Is; Rarotonga; Rurutu; Society Is; Cooks Is; Mangea; Tubuai Is; Osborne; Rupa Bass IS; Fatou Iliva; Hood Is; Gambier Isl Oeno Isl; Pitcairn Isl; Elizabeth Isl; Ducia Isl; Sands Isl; Central America; Duncan Isl; Gallego Isl; Easter Isl; Pilgrim ISl; Tropic of Capricon; Gray Isl; Gallego Isl; Duncan Isl; Colima; Acapulco; Mexico; Honduras; Belize; Hondura; Leon; Nocoya Gulf; Cocos Isl; Bay of Choco; Cape San Francisco; Colombia; Equador; Peru; Bolvia; Brazil; Caribbean Sea; Barbuda Islands; Martinique; Barbadoes; Georgetown; Paramaribo; Cayenne; Venezuela; Guayana; Marajo Isl; Amazon River; Pira; Maranhum; Villa Bella; Villa Boa; San Francisco; San Paulo; Paranagua; Candelaria; Santa Catherina; San Pedro; Mome Video; R de la Plata; Cape Corrientes; Bahia Blanca; Mocha Island; Arauca; Concepcion; Masafuera Constitution; Juan Fernandez; Valparaiso; Tongoy; Coquimbo; Copiapo; Cape Corrientes; Porto Allegro; Santa Catherina; Paranagua; Rio de Janeiro; Victoria; Porto Alegre; Porto Seguro; Olicenca; Babia; Sergipe del Rey; Pernambuco; Parnhyba; Cape St Roquel; Ciara; Paranabyba; Villa Boa; Free Town; Monrovia; Tradetown; Cape Palmas; Gulf of Guinea; Timbuctoo; Agadez; Kashna; Kano; R Chadda; Duke Town; Fernanco Po; St Thomas I; Cape Lopez; Annobon Isl; Loango; Livingstone River; Loando; N Redonda; Mossamedes; Cape Negro; Cape Frio; Walvish Bay; Ilollain Isl; Ichabae Isl; St Ilelena Bay; Cape Town; Cape of Good Hope; Cape Agulthas; St Sebastian Bay; Mossell Bay; Algoa Bay; Gt Fish R; Gt Kei R; Port Natal; Delagoa Bay; Inhambane; Limpopop; Cape Colony; Orange; Kolobeng; Nyami L; Lower Guinea; Ovampo Damaraland; ANgola; San Salvador; Lake Bangweolo; Mozambique Channel; Mozambique; Amirante Is; Aldabra Is; Providence Isl St Mary Isl; Tamatave; Tananarivo; Bourbon; Ft Dauphin; Cape St Mary; Madagascar; Providence Is; Galega; Diego Gardia; Seychelle Is; Mahe; Amirante Is; Aldabra Is; Chagos Is; Indian Ocean; Arabian Sea; Boinbay; Mangalore; Lacadive island; Cape Comorin; Maldive Island; G of Manaar; Cochin; Calicut; Boinbay; Hyderabad Goa; Bay of Bengal; Madras; Pals Strait; Ceylon; Candy Nicobar Is; Columbo; Bay og Bengal; Nicobar Is; Aoheen; Hardia; Diego Gardia; Chagos Is; Albatross Is; St Pauls Is; Amsterdam Isl; Keeling Isl; Cocs Isl; Apaluria Isl; St Pauls Isl; Pt Davey; Storm Bay; Tarman's Penin; Tasmania; Macquarie Is; Emerald Isl; AntarticPolar Drift Current; New Zealand; South Isl; Chalky Bay; Stuarie Is; Emerald; Isl; Dunedin; Foveauz Str; Ld Auckland Isl; Campbell Isl; Wellington; Cape Palliser; Port Victorial Banks Penin; Chatham Is; Pitt Isl; Bounty Isl; Antipodes Isl; Bahia Blanca; G of St Matias; Nuevo Gulf; Gulf of St George; Cape Three Points; Port St Julian; Pt Santa Cruz; Port Gallegos; Terra Del Fuego; Falkland islands; Aurora Is; Staten Isl; Navarin Isl; Cape Horn; Hoste Isl; Kemp Isl; Cape Possession; Smith Isl; Livingston Isl; Elephant Isl; South Orkney Is; Laurie Isl; Coronation Isl; South Shetland; Graham's Land; Georgia Isl; Candlemas Isl; Saunders Isl; Montague Isl; Thule Isl; Sandwich Land; Marquis de Travers Isl; Thomson Isl; Bouvet Isl; Pr Edward Isl; Marion Is; Kerguelens Land; McDonald Is; Enderby's Land; Kemp Land Note:

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