Personal Pages - H
Last Name, First/Middle/(Maiden) Names
Haight - Gilbert Ray
Harrison - Edward
Hart - Jane
Hartman - Charles Jr.
Hastings - John E.
Hawksly - G. F.
Heath - Nathaniel
Hebner - Harry
Hiebert - Christopher
Higbie - Albert Hallowell
Hilles - George W.
Himmel - John
Holland - Frank B.
Hopkins - Maud
Horton - Agnes
Howe - Mr. & Mrs. Floyd
Hubble - Hiram, Reddick
Hurlburt - David, Edward L., Minnie Amelia (Osier)
Huston - Homer & Mollie
Hyde - Alphonsus
Gilbert Ray Haight & Mary Louise Boynton
"SOCIETY NEWS. Haight-Boynton. Amid handsome decorations and surrounded by a large number of relatives and intimate friends, Miss Mary Louise Boy[n]ton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Granville Boy[n]ton, became the bride of Gilbert Ray Haight Tuesday afternoon, at the home of the bride's parents on Bard-st. Promptly at the appointed hour, 5 o'clock, the ceremony was performed by Rev. Abner Bowling. The bride was beautifully gowned in white and was given away by her father. She carried a shower boquet of bridal roses. Miss Irene Vallie, Marine City, was maid-of-honor and she was also daintily dressed in white. She carried an arm boquet of roses. Dr. Melville Kendrick was best man. Immediately following the service and congratulations, a d[e]licious repast was served in the dining room, the adornments here being especially pretty, consisting of carnations, roses, ferns and smilax. The young couple received a choice array of handsome wedding gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Haight were given a merry send-off when they left to take the train east, where they will spend their honeymoon. They will reside in Detroit."
Source: The Weekly Herald, 23-NOV-1906, p 7
Edward Harrison & Carole McKinley
"Port Huron - Edward and Carole Harrison were honored at an open house Nov. 21, 1999 at the American Legion Hall, Marysville. The occasion was the couple's 25th wedding anniversary. Edward Harrison and Carole McKinley were married Nov. 23, 1974, in the First Congregational Church, Port Huron, by LeRoy Kutz Jr. They have one daughter, Jill of Phoenix, Ariz. They have three grandchildren, Sean, Craig and Theresa, and five great grandchildren. Mr. Harrison is a night auditor at Holiday Inn Express. Mrs. Harrison works at Modern Cleaners. She retired from West Side Cleaners two years ago."
Source: Times Herald, Sunday, 16-JAN-2000
Submitted by Rebecca Gregg
Jane Hart et al
"Aged People at Smith's Creek. At the north end of the settlement is Mrs. Jane Hart- "Aunt Jane" to the neighbors. Mrs. Hart, who is 86 years old, lives with her son in the same house where 54 years ago she took up her residence. At the south of Mrs. Hart's land is the farm of Mrs. Polly Williams, also 86. Mrs. Williams and her husband, Elias Williams, were the first to come to the settlemnt. Mrs. Williams had lived on this farm for 70 years. Half a mile to the south is the farm of Hiram Hubble, 88, who now lives in Smith's Creek. Mr. Hubble is a brother of Mrs. Williams. Bordering this farm on the south is the farm of Reddick Hubble, 90 years, and brother of Mrs. Williams and Hiram Hubble. Some years ago Reddick Hubble moved to Richmond and later sold his farm. Mrs. Lovina Gould, 80, now living with a daughter in Pontiac, owned the farm south of that of Mr. Hubble and across the road from the Gould farm was one originally owned by Abner Crademan, who is now 93 years old, and therefore the oldest living member of the colony. He has lived for many years with a daughter in Wolverine."
Source: Mount Clemens Monitor, 05-JAN-1912
Extracted from the St. Clair County Rootsweb mailing list, posted by Ann Faulkner.
John E. Hastings & Aggie Thomas
"Marriage Licenses. The following marriage licenses were issued at the county clerk's office on Saturday: John E. Hastings, aged 26, of Port Huron, and Aggie Thomas, aged 18, of Amadore..."
Source: P.H. Daily Times, 02-JUL-1894, p 7
G. F. Hawksly & Mary Ann
"MARRIED. By Rev. J. Donnelly Jr, on the 1st inst. Mr. G. F. Hawksly, of Detroit and Miss Mary Ann, of Port Huron."
Source: Port Huron Press, 10-JUL-1867
Born: 18?? New York
Married: 18-OCT-1839 (Louisa Babcock)
Daughter: Almira O. (Heath) Reynolds
Died: 18-APR-1885, St. Clair
Submitted by Mazie.
"DIED - HEBNER - On the steamer City of Concord, Wednesday evening, July 20...infantum, Harry, infant son...Jennie Hebner, aged nine months...days"
"Capt. Frank Hebner's baby died about
six o'clock on Wednesday evening on the propeller City of Concord, just as it reached this port. The cause of death
was cholera infantum. Mrs. Hebner and family had been on the boat for several days."
Source: Port Huron Daily Times, 21-JUL-1881
Christopher Hiebert & Donna Novy
"St. Clair - Christopher and Donna Hiebert celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary by buying a golden retriever puppy. Christopher Hiebert and Donna Novy were married Oct. 11, 1974, in Grace Episcopal Church, Mount Clemens. Mr. Hiebert is an instructor and department chair for the Industrial Technology Department at the St. Clair County Community College. Mrs. Hiebert is a homemaker."
Source: The Times Herald, Sunday, 10-OCT-1999
Submitted by Rebecca Gregg
Albert Hallowell Higbie & Anna Josephine Pringle One
"On Tuesday, Dec. 20, just as the clock was striking high noon, Gertrude Hopkins seating herself at the piano in Capt. J. C. Pringle's handsome residence on Front St., struck up Wagner's Bridal song, and the happy couple we have named, with Mattie Mille, of Marine City, as maid of honor, Mary Fish and Carrie McElroy, of St. Clair, brides maids, W. J. Hopkins, St. Clair, best man, Whit Parker, Marine City and Frank Ross Whiton W. V. ushers, glided gracefully as a dream under the blaze of festal lights into the presence of Rev. W. G. Stonex, Rector of the Episcopal church, who performed the impressive marriage service, the father giving the bride. The occasion was graced by about seventy-five invited guests, among whom were Congressman Whiting and wife with other of St. Clair's distinguished citizens; but for the most part, the charming company was composed of relatives, many of them from Marine City; the captains of vessels and their families, old neighbors from the bride's former home, one of whom chanced to drop in our hearing this fine remark; "She is one of the sweetest girls this country ever knew." Among the relatives of the groom present were Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Ross, father and mother, and Mr. Frank and Miss Amy Ross, brother and sister, from Weston, W. V.; Mrs. M. H. Campbell, of Cleveland, aunt of the groom and her daughter, Miss Cornelia. Mrs. Campbell will be recognized in some quarters as Mary Hallowell, a writer in Europe (from which she has but recently returned,) of New Your Syndicate letters, and the author of "A Modern Don Quixot" and other works that have received very favorable literary mention. After heart some congratulations, refreshments were served in the most elegant manner, and all without a discordant note to mar the harmonious occasion. The little maid of honor, Mattie Miller was dressed in white India silk and carried in her hand a bouquet of bridal roses and maiden hair ferns. First bridesmaid Mary Fish was dressed in blue silk trimmed with Duchesse Lace. Second bridesmaid Carrie McElroy was dressed in Lemon silk trimmed in thread lace. Both of the bridesmaids carried bouquets of bridal roses and maiden hair ferns. The bride was appareled in a white, brocaded Satin Empire dress trimmed in pearl passamentrie and diamonds, and carried a massive bouquet of bridal roses and maiden hair ferns. The groom's present to the bride was a handsome solitaire diamond ring. The bride's mother presented her with a diamond pendant, and the mother of the groom, an elegant Onyx clock. Mrs. Campbell's present was a case of solid silver spoons. The presents were so many and beautiful we regret our want of space to mention them in detail. The bridal party and relatives of the groom left on the 4:00 train for Detroit, where they will be entertained by Detroit friends at the Cadillac; then they will proceed to Chicago, en route to their future home at Atkinson, Kansas, where Mr. Higbie, formerly a prominent young man of Virginia, is now connected with the wholesale drug house of McPike & Fox. Many are the well wishes that follow them on their journey."
- Source: St. Clair Historical Museum Collection
Submitted by Pat Love
George W. Hilles & -MAY- A. Dove
"Married. - At the same place [city of Port Huron], on the 14th inst, by Rev. John Donnelly, Jr., Mr. George W. Hilles of Iowa, and Miss May A. Dove of Kenockee."
Source: St. Clair Republican, 12-DEC-1869
Born: 01-NOV-1872, Austria-Hungary
Parents: Leo Himmel & Annie Schmidt
Married: 04-FEB-1897 - Elizabeth Koppinger - Uywar, Austria
Died: 29-DEC-1940, Sanilac Co, MI
Cause: Cardiac Failure, Hypertasive Cardiac, Vascular Renal disease
Buried: Sacred Heart Cemetery, Brown City, MI
Funeral Home: Carmen Funeral Home, Brown City, MI
Source: Death Certificate, Sandusky Court House, Sanilac Co, MI
Submitted by Dodee Cline.
Frank B. Holland & Frances Edith Foster
"Marriage Licenses. The following marriage licenses were issued at the county clerk's office on Thursday:...Frank B. Holland, aged 24, of Port Huron and Frances Edith Foster, aged 20, of Port Huron..."
Source: P.H. Daily Times, 29-JUN-1894, p 7
Mr. & Mrs. Floyd Howe
"Celebrate Sixty-Fifth Anniversary - Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Howe, 2320 Stone Street, are celebrating their sixty-fifth wedding anniversary in their home. Margaret Winifred Wilson became the bride of Floyd Russell Howe in a ceremony June 24, 1908 in the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony F. Wilson. Rev. William F. Oliver officiated. Their attendants were her sister, the late Melissa Wilson Lambert; and his brother, the late Fred L. Howe. Four wedding guests are still living: Mrs. Harriet Wilson Muir, Almont; Mrs. Cora Howe and Izola Howe, Marysville; and Mrs. Clara Moran VanSchoick, Ann Arbor. Mr. and Mrs. Howe made their home for many years on a farm in Riley Township. They were active members in the Riley Center Methodist Church and Sunday School, and community activities. They moved to Port Huron in 1937 and are now members of Gratiot Park Methodist Church. Mr. and Mrs. Howe are avid gardeners. They keep busy and active in their garden from spring through the first frost of fall. They are particularly fond of roses. Their other interests are visiting, reading and following the Detroit Tigers baseball team. The Howes have one son, George F. Howe, and one daughter, Elizabeth Howe, both of Port Huron. They have three grandchildren, Thomas, Patricia and Scott E. Howe, all of Port Huron. There are two great grandchildren, Ann Marie and Terry Thomas Howe."
Source: Port Huron Times Herald, 24-JUN-1973
Submitted by Jan Ramos.
Parents: Donald Hurlburt & Mercedes
Submitted by Wendy Hurlburt.
Edward L. Hurlburt
Born: 14-AUG-1879, Richmond, MI
Parents: Charles Hurlburt & Charlotte Hand
Married: Minnie Amelia (1879-1967) - 18-MAR-1899
Buried: Sacred Heart
Submitted by Wendy Hurlburt.
Minnie Amelia Hurlburt
Born: 19-DEC-1879, Bothwell, Ontario, Canada
Parents: Charles Osier & Pauline
Married: Edward L. Hurlburt (1879-1953) - 18-MAR-1899
Buried: Sacred Heart Cemetery
Submitted by Wendy Hurlburt.
Homer & Mollie Huston
"Homer and Mollie Huston were honored today by their children with a dinner at Bill's Duck Inn. The occasion is the couple's 40th wedding anniversary. The couple will renew their vows today at the First Presbyterian Church, Yale. They were married Sept. 26, 1959 in Trinity Missionary Church, Yale, by the Rev. Earl Davis. Their children and spouses are Bill and Sue Huston of Fort Gratiot; Steve and Amy Huston, Pam and Rob Amon and Amy and Bill Dowd, all of Yale. They have nine grandchildren, Bill, Katie, Matt H., Matt K., Ida, Eddie, Cole, Sammy and Libby. Mr. Huston retired from General Motors. Mrs. Huston retired from Canteen Services."
Source: The Times Herald, Sunday, 26-SEP-1999
Submitted by Rebecca Gregg
Baptized: Mount Carmel Catholic Church.
Parents: John Hyde & Mary Hyde
Buried: Mount Carmel Catholic Church
Submitted by Lorrie.