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Last Name, First/Middle/(Maiden) Names

Ackley - Marguerite

Adach - Michael

Agens - William

Ahrens - Ammits

Alexander - Pvt. Bruce D.

Anderson -Dora, Florian B., Frank, George, Helen R., William


Marguerite Ackley
Died: 26-OCT-1947
Source: Holy Cross Church
Submitted by
Helena Sicher.


Michael Adach & Evelyn Mazur
"Mrs. Michael Adach was Evelyn Mazur before her marriage June 21. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Mazur, St. Clair."

Announcement from the clipped collection gathered over three generations by Lottie Trumble Delor, Edna Delor Hunter and Pat Love. Articles in this collection were mostly from the St. Clair Republican, the Port Huron Daily Times and the Port Huron Times Herald. Submitted by Pat Love.


William Agens
Served in Union Army in Civil War and we have two letters to his close sister Julia who was only one year older. He was in the 29th Iowa Infantry, Company "C" and record shows he was a resident of Magnolia, Iowa and born in Michigan. Enlisted 15 August 1862, mustered out 9 November 1862. Promoted Eighth Corporal 1 August 1865. Mustered out 10 August 1865, New Orleans, LA.

First letter from him was dated 21 October 1862 from Camp Dodge (outside of Council Bluffs, IA) addressed to "Dear Sister." The 19th Infantry began its march in December 1862 to St. Louis and then by rail to St. Louis then down to Columbus Kentucky for attack (but deferred) then in January 1863 to Helena Arkansas. It was charged with exploring the White River which left 400 sick and several died. In August 1863 to Little Rock by marching (many sick from heat exhaustion) and wintered over 1863-1`864 in Little Rock. The second letter on stationary "At Little Rock, Ark., Feb. 23, 1864 was written while wintering over.
- Born: 1841, Michigan
- Father: Henry C. AGENS, Sr. b: 25 SEP 1813 in Newark, Essex Co, New Jersey
- Mother: Mary Ann KENYON b: 1818/1819 in Lake George, New York
Submitted by Pat Love


Ammits Ahrens
"SERIOUS CHARGE - Mrs. Ammits Ahrens Makes It Against Husband. - Says He Lived With Woman Not His Wife..."
Source: P.H. Daily Times, 20-NOV-1906, p 5


Pvt. Bruce D. Alexander
"Pvt. Bruce D. Alexander, 18, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Alexander, 1511 Miller street, is stationed at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Tex. Private Alexander enlisted Feb. 12 and left for Lacklaud the same day. He was studying tool and dye making a General Motors Trade School in Detroit before entering the service. He played varsity football, basketball, track and baseball at Marysville High before being graduated in 1950. Private Alexander, who lived in Smiths Creek, is a brother of Sgt. Roderick W. Alexander who is stationed in Germany."

Article from the clipped collection gathered over three generations by Lottie Trumble Delor, Edna Delor Hunter and Pat Love. Obituaries in this collection were mostly from the St. Clair Republican, the Port Huron Daily Times and the Port Huron Times Herald. Submitted by Pat Love.


Dora Anderson
"Mrs. Dora Anderson, aged 23 years, residing at the Gilmartin hotel, Butler street, was fined $5 on an intoxication charge at a special session of the police court Saturday afternoon. Her husband paid the fine and she was released."
Source: Port Huron
Daily Times, Monday, 20-DEC-1909, p 5


Florian B. & Helen R. Anderson
"DIVORCES - GRANTED - Helen R. Anderson from Florian B. Anderson, extreme cruelty. Plaintiff awarded custody of three minor children and $25 a week for their support."
- Source: P.H. Times Herald, Wednesday, 23-MAY-1951


Frank Anderson & Emma Isabel
"At the home of the bride, on Howard street, on Tuesday evening, Miss Emma Isabel and Frank Anderson were married in the presence of a company of friends. The bride and groom were attended by Miss Louise Williams and Wm. Siewright. The Guards marched to the residence of Mr. Isabel and offered their congratulations, Mr. Anderson being a member of the company."
- Source: P.H. Weekly Times, 02-JUL-1896


George Anderson & Jennie Brown
"Last Tuesday evening at 7'oclock the residence of and by Father Schenkeburg in St. Clair, occurred the marriage of Miss Jennie Brown, of this city, to Mr. George Anderson, of Pittsburgh, Pa. After the ceremony, which was witnessed by the immediate relatives and a few near friends, all repaired to the home of J.C. Brown where an excellent supper was served and congratulations of friends followed. The newly wedded couple were the recipients of many elegant and useful gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson will depart this afternoon for Pittsburgh where they will reside. The best wishes of the bride's friends will follow her to her new home. Those in attendance from abroad were Mr. and Mrs. Cashine and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Gearing, of Detroit."
- Source: St. Clair Historical Museum Collection
Submitted by Pat Love


William Anderson et al
"Real Estate Transfers. The following real estate transfers were recorded in the office of the register of deeds on Thursday:
Wm. Anderson to Elizabeth Anderson, land in Marine City; consideration $100.
Frank McMillan to Morgan W. Beals, land in Wales, consideration $3,000.
Herman Labuhn to Jacob Dendler, land in Columbus, consideration $1,525."
Source: P.H. Daily Times, 29-JUN-1894, p 7