ILLUSTRATED HISTORY AND Biographical Record of LENAWEE COUNTY, MICH. (Google eBook)

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As a Lenawee County resident my whole life, I so much appreciate the efforts of Mr. John Knapp and Mr. Bonner, for there endless efforts in the creation of ILLISTRATED HISTORY AND Biographical Record of Lenawee County, Michigan. I have attempted to carry on this history for the 21 st century. I have spent my early years of child hood in TECUMSEH and since move to BLISSFIELD, MICHIGAN (LENAWEE COUNTY)
I would appreciate any records or storys, t complile a ungoing BIOGRAPHICAL RECORDS OF LENAWEE residene from the periods of 1950 thru current. September 2011 ROBERT MICHAEL EARDLEY
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Page 216 - O Cassius, you are yoked with a lamb That carries anger as the flint bears fire ; Who, much enforced, shows a hasty spark, And straight is cold again.
Page 495 - The word sentiment, agreeably to the use made of it by our best English writers, expresses, in my opinion, very happily, those complex determinations of the mind, which result from the cooperation of our rational powers and of our moral feelings.
Page 50 - March 22, 1859, in accordance with the provisions of an act passed by the legislature of the State of Michigan entitled "An act to provide for the incorporation of institutions of learning.
Page 243 - ... on the staff of Major-General Rousseau. Not many months after this, by special order of Gen. George H. Thomas, he was made assistant judge advocate of the Department of the Cumberland, on the staff of General Thomas. At the close of the war, in 1865, he was mustered out with a captain's commission. In the summer of 1865 he returned to Adrian and immediately entered into a law partnership with Hon. Norman Geddes, under the firm name of Geddes & Miller, which partnership continued for over twenty...
Page 225 - Sept. 29, 1892, resided in that city. With the exception of a few months spent in the study of law, in the office of Baker, Harris & Millard, Mr. Stebbins, during the entire period of his residence in Adrian (comprising more than half a century of time), was continuously engaged in the business of which he had made himself master in his youth. Commencing in a small way...
Page 93 - Mill, Va., June 27, 1862. Peach Orchard, Va., June 29, 1862. Savage Station, Va., June 29, 1862. Turkey Bend, Va., June 30, 1862. White Oak Swamp, Va., June 30, 1862. Malvern Hill, Va., July 1, 1862. Harrison' s Landing, Va., July 2, 1862.
Page 10 - Iowa, that the county of Linn be and the same is hereby organized from and after the 10th of June next, and the inhabitants of said county be entitled to all the rights and privileges to which, by law. the inhabitants of other organized counties of this Territory are 'entitled, and...
Page 10 - Ohio, thence with the same east, to the line between the fifth and sixth ranges, east of the principal meridian, thence north, to the line between the townships numbered four and five, south of the base line, thence west to the place of beginning, shall form a county to be called the county of Lenawee.
Page 310 - County Medical Society, the Michigan State Medical Society and the American Medical Association.
Page 75 - ... and personal worth that could be tendered him, coming as it did unsought and unexpected. This is not the first time he declined to accept high official stations. Gov. Kinsley S. Bingham tendered him the appointment of justice of the supreme court to fill a vacancy on the bench, which he declined ; and when Zachariah Chandler was secretary of the interior he tendered Judge Beaman the position of commissioner of Indian affairs, which was also declined.

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