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President—William Pellett.

Marshal—Oliver S. Norton.

Clerk—Andrew J. Reeves.

Trustees—Hosea Barnebee, Orren M. Beale, Elisha L. Yaple, George B. Reed, Edwin Stewart.

List of Professions, Trades, etc.

Anderson George, carpenter.

Anton Harvey, blacksmith.

Barnebee Hosea, general store.

Beall Orrin M, druggist.

Benedict Ambrose J, dentist.

Brown & Fisk, (Eldridge Brown and John Fisk), cabinet makers.

Clapp H C & I F, (Horace C and Irving F), druggist.

Clapp Horace C, physician.

Cole Levi, grocer.

Crandall Alfred, jeweler.

Dart Gilbert E, machinist.

Doan Gershom P, carriage maker.

Ernst George, boot and shoe maker.

Gee Benjamin, mason.

Gilbert Allen H, iron foundry.

Hamlin Benjamin, physician.

Harvey Noah S carpenter.

Hyatt Lotus, physician.

Johnson Fordyce, justice of the peace.

Lyman & Hallock, (Lewis B Lyman and Charles Hallock), hardware.

Marantitte & Reed, (Patrick Marantitte and George B Reed), general store.

Miner William, boot and shoe maker.

Murray John, blacksmith.

Neddo Edward, livery stable.

Neddo Theodore, blacksmith.

Norton Oliver S, insurance agent.

Pershall Israel, physician.

Reeves Andrew, lawyer.

Salisbury Orange, cooper.

Smith H E, news dealer.

Stewart Edwin, physician.

Toby Timothy H, merchant tailor.

Towne Charlotte Mrs, milliner.

Turner Reuben G, gunsmith.

Van Austin John N, grocer.

Van Austin John N Mrs, milliner.

Van Buren James, livery stable.

Wakeman & Johnson, (Adam Wakeman and Danford Johnson), hotel.

Wakeman Lewis & Co, (Adam Wakeman, Charles H Lewis and William Harrington), general store.

White Aaron, carriage maker.

White Edward D, carriage maker.

Woodward James, carpenter.

Yeomans Benjamin, cooper.

Zeagler John, harness maker.


A small village of Delta county, in the southern extremity of the upper peninsula,
at the mouth of the Menomonee river. There are several large saw mills located here. Surrounding country rolling and heavily timbered.


A post office of Macomb county.


A township in the northern tier of towns in Ingham county, next east of Lansing. It is watered by the Red Ceder river. Population, 900.


A post office of St. Clair county, 72 miles from Detroit.


A post office of Barry county.


A township and post village in Lapeer county—the village, is nine miles from the county seat, and 40 miles from Detroit; fare $1 55. It contains four churches to wit: Methodist Episcopal, Protestant Methodist, Baptist, and Christian, two stores, a flour mill, several mechanics’ shops, etc. It has a daily mail.Postmaster—Lorenzo Hoard.


Supervisor—Tobias Price.

Clerk—Russell C. Plass.

Treasurer—Carlos Hill.

List of Professions, Trades, etc.

Ackerman Benjamin P, hotel.

Arthurholt John, carriage maker.

Brown Charles W, justice of the peace.

Brownell Elora A, justice of the peace.

Burrows Eber, grocer.


Clark Lucian C, general store.

Compton Orvil, cooper.

Deming Ira C, carriage maker.

Griswold Harry, flouring mill.

Hoard Lorenzo, justice of the peace.

Laidler John, carpenter.

Morse Charles F, general store.

Page Benjamin, tanner, boot and shoe maker.

Patterson Lester, carpenter.

Russell Leonard, justice of the peace.

Sharp James J, physician.

Thomas Smith, hotel.

Varnum William N, blacksmith.


A post village of Jackson county, in the township of Leoni, on the Michigan Central

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Michigan State Gazetteer, Business Directory, 1863-1864. Family Tree Legends Records Collection (Online Database). Pearl Street Software, 2004-2005. Michigan State Gazetteer and Business Directory for 1863/1864. By C.F. Clark, Detroit, 1864. Pioneering the Upper Midwest: Books from Michigan, Minnesota, and Wisconsin, ca. 1820-1910, Library of Congress.