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ADOLPH, LaNora:  (1876-1965)  Alternately referred to by family members as Carry or Nora, LaNora was the only daughter of Philip Adolph and Clara Fox to survive infancy. She was born on 7 May 1876 in Branch County, Michigan and died there on 24 January 1965. She was a personable and bright child who graduated from high school and was teaching for two years before the age of sixteen. She gave up teaching at the age of eighteen to marry Ulysses S. Robinson in 1894. The marriage was unfortunate and finally ended in divorce, but not before she gave birth to six children. She succeeded with the help of her young sons to manage the farm and educate the children. She also managed to become a school board member, lead a 4-H Club group and was an active member of a Ladies Aid Society, the Congressional Church, and the Eastern Star. Her children were Victor Lafayette, Milo, Paul H., Frank, Ulysses S., Jr., and Eva.
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Was born in Lorain, Ohio, Aug. 2, 1848, and was a son of John Allen, still living, and Eshter (Fenn), deceased. He united his fortunes for life with Susan G. Bennett at Batavia, Mich., Sept. 4, 1872. She was born Oct. 24, 1848, of parents, James K. and Susan Bennett, deceased. Two children were adopted by them, Jessie and Francis. Comrade Allen was a member of Co. D, 166th O.V .I. and has an honorable war record. He was but 15 years of age when he was enrolled from Medina, Ohio, as a private May 10, 1864. In the summer of 1864 he was confined in hospital at Fairfax Seminary one month with fever. September, 1864,
he was honorably discharged at Cleveland, Ohio, and re-enlisted February, 1865, at Warren, O., in 2d Ol Cav. In the spring of 1865 he was detailed in Ordinance Dept. He did not take part in any regular battles as his services consisted of garrisoning forts. He was honorably discharged Sept. 18, 1865, at Columbus, Ohio. His brother Edward served in an Ohio Regt. Comrade Allen is a farmer by occupation and his postoffice address is Mattison, Mich.

Was born in Green county, N.,Y., Aug. 13, 1844, and was a son of Jarvis and Mary (Chandler) Allen, deceased. The lady whom he chose for a helpmate through life was Hanna Chapman, the nuptial knot being tied June 17, 1868, in Mattison, Mich. She was born in Litchfield, Mich., Nov. 13, 1850. Her parents, both living, are Amos and Jane (Van Fleet) Allen. Four children have been born to them, Minnie, J.D., Francis and Nellie. Being a loyal and true patriot of this country, he
enlisted when 18 years of age, September, 1862, at Mt. Clemmons, Mich., as a private in Co. B, 8th Mich. Cav., 2d Brig., 3d Div., 9th A.C. in 1863-4 he was confined in hospitals at Camp Nelson, Louisville and Detroit one year suffering with measles. He was granted a leave of absence of fourteen days and returned to hospital at the end of time. He was transferred at Pulaski, Tenn., to Co. L, 8th Mich. Cav. In 1862 he was detailed as Q.M. at Nashville for three months. He took part in several prominent battles, Triplett's Bridge, Morgan's Raid, Seige of Knoxville, Dandridge, Mossy Creek, Strawberry Plains, Sevierville and several others. He was honorably discharged Sept. 22, 1865, at Nashville, Tenn. He had two brothers in service, Albert and George, the latter being taken prisoner three times; his wife's brother Lester was also in service. Comrade Allen has been school inspector five years and school director three years; he belongs to Butterworth Post, No. 109; he is a farmer by occupation and his address is Bronson, Mich.

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