Personal Pages - R
Last Name, First/Middle/(Maiden) Names
Rankin - Henry
Recor - Maw
Redmaker - Nicholas
Reid - Catherine
Richards - Kenneth
Robeke - Emlie
Roesan - Charles
Roof - Donna
Rooney - Emma Grace
Rose - John
Rough - Charles
Rowan - Patrick
Rozell - Al
Runnels - Horace
Arthur P. Ramsey & Opal Turley
"Divorces: Opal Turley Ramsey has been granted an uncontested divorce from Arthur P. Ramsey who with H. C. Foster operates a store at 204-06 Tenth street, by Judge Joseph F. Sanford in Muskegon, it was learned here today. The plaintiff is permitted to resume the name of Opal Turley."
- Source: P.H. Times Herald, Monday, 11-APR-1938
"PROBATE COURT - Monday, May 24th - Estate of Nicholas Redmaker, an indigent insane person. Drs'. depositions taken and order for admission to the asylum entered."
- Source: P.H. Daily Times, 29-MAY-1877
Source: Holy Cross Church
Submitted by Helena Sicher.
Almina O. Reynolds
Born: 29-MAR-1850/51, Riley, MI
Parents: Nathaniel Heath & Louisa Babcock
Married: William Reynolds (b. 22-NOV-1868)
Submitted by Mazie.
James Reynolds et al
"PROBATE COURT - Monday, May 28th - Estate of James Reynolds et al., minors. Petition for removal of guardian received and filed. Order for personal services issued."
Source: P.H. Daily Times, 29-MAY-1877
Kenneth Richards & Phyllis Peterson
"Capac - Kenneth and Phyllis Richards were honored at a surprise dinner given by their children at the Thomas Edison Inn, Port Huron. The occasion was the couple's 50th wedding anniversary. A small surprise party also was given for a few friends and family at their residence in Capac after the dinner. Kenneth Richards and Phyllis Peterson were married April 30, 1949, in St. John Lutheran Church, Capac. Their children and spouses are Rick and Janet Richards of Harrison Township; and Cheryl and Dennis Blenc of Armada. They have two grandchildren, Derek and Brian Blenc. Mr. Richards retired from Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. Mrs. Richards retired from Capac Schools."
Source: The Times Herald, Sunday, 10-OCT-1999
Submitted by Rebecca Gregg
"$5,000 DAMAGES. The suit of Emlie Robeke against Chas. Baer for $10,000 damages was concluded in the circuit court this forenoon, the jury after about an hours absence rendered a verdict for $5,000. The plaintiff was a domestic in the employ of Mr. Baer when she got married, a child was born shortly after the marriage, and Robeke promptly left his wife, who alleged that Baer was the father of the child. The suit was brought against Mr. Baer as the father of the child. The events upon which the suit hinged occured some six years ago. S. L. Merriam and C. A. Wagner appeared for Mrs. Robeke and Stevens & Graham for Mr. Baer."
Source: P.H. Sunday Herald, 06-MAR-1897
Amasa Curtis Roberts - (delayed birth recording)
Born: August 16, 1877, Greenwood Twp
Father: George Roberts, age: 22, b. MI
Mother: Elvira Allen, age: 20, b. MI
Parents' Residence: St. Clair Co
Number of Children Born to Mother, including this birth: 2; living at time of birth: 1
Filed: Probate Court, Saginaw, 20-NOV-1945
Recorded: Saginaw Co, 06-DEC-1945
Recorded: St. Clair Co, 14-DEC-1945
Ida Elnora Roberts - (delayed birth recording)
Born: 13-NOV-1880, Kenockee
Father: George Roberts, race: White, age: 26, b. Fargo, MI
Mother: Elvira Lucretia Allen, race: White, age: 25, b. St. Clair Co
Documentary Evidence (to prove birth): Affidavits of father and aunt
Number of Children Born to Mother, including this birth: 3; living at time of birth: 2
Filed: St. Clair Co Probate: 29-APR-1944
Filed: Michigan Dept of Health, 05-MAY-1944
Recorded: St. Clair Co, 12-MAY-1944
John Rose & Lucy Thomas
"Thomas-Rose. Miss Lucy Thomas and John Rose, two popular young people of Marine City, were married at Rockwood, O., Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock by Fr. Rose, a brother of the groom. They were attended by Mrs. Marie Barthume of this city, and Mr. Flint, of Detroit."
Source: The Weekly Herald, 23-NOV-1906, p 7
Horace Runnels & Hattie Hazlewood
"MARRIED. RUNNELS-HAZLEWOOD. - By the Rev. E. Barry, at the residence of the bride's parents, at Fort Gratiot, Nov. 7, Mr. Horace Runnels, of Port Huron to Miss Hattie Hazlewood, of Fort Gratiot."
Source: P.H. Times, 09-NOV-1871, p 3