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Bad Axe Community Band circa 1930
contributed by Diane O'Keefe

Soper House 1920's
contributed by Lee Rogers


circa 1895

Sterling Nugent Rogers was the son of George H. and Margaret Rogers.

contributed by Lee Rogers

 

 

 


1903

Sterling & Leander were sons of Alonzo 'lon' Rogers and Sophia Glassburner Rogers on Soper Road.  Leander [my grandfather] died in 1918 five months before the birth of my father, at age of 21 in the flu epidemic.  Leander was married to Marguerite Murphy, daughter of James H. Murphy and Margaret Lenore McTaggart. 

contributed by Lee Rogers

 


 

Margaret McDonald married George Hathaway Rogers, Sr. who died in 1888 at the age of 44 from complications attributable to his service during the civil war.  Margaret later married Leander Soper.

contributed by Lee Rogers

Gladys and mother Jennie MacDonald Holmes with Sterling Nugent Rogers c1900 at G.H. Rogers homestead in Bad Axe.

contributed by Lee Rogers

 

   

George H. Rogers, Jr. operated a taxi service in Bad Axe.  He is also shown fishing, perhaps at the old Rogers dam on the Pinnebog River.
 

contributed by Lee Rogers

Jenny and Christina McTaggart of Sheridan township, daughters of Alexander MacTaggart and Minnie Croft and Neil MacTaggart and Margaret Graham, respectively.
Jenny married Howard 'curly' Murphy [Murphy's bakery].  Christina 'Tina' married Duncan McAlpine [McAlpine funeral home and furniture businesses].
 

contributed by Lee Rogers


Alex McTaggart WW1

Alex McTaggart of Sheridan township, son of Neil MacTaggart and Margaret Graham.

contributed by Lee Rogers

George H. Rogers taxi

The George H. Rogers home still stands occupied on Pinnebog Road just north of Stein Road.  George was Colfax township supervisor in 1879 and lived in Huron county during both fires.

contributed by Lee Rogers

 

Summerville Family
Samuel and Sarah J. among other family

submitted by Judy Davis

Unknown saw mill in Huron County

submitted by Judy Davis

 

Unknown saw mill in Huron County

submitted by Judy Davis

Pinnebog School 1909 probably Hi School
(also known as Meade #1 frl)
Located two-tenths of a mile south of Kinde Rd. on the west side of Pinnebog Road in the village of Pinnebog.
Burned down in 1954 or 1955

Courtesy of Janis Stein, originating from the Arthur Woelke Collection, Pigeon Depot Museum.

   
   

 

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