St. Clair County ~ MIGenWeb
Queries - July 1998
- BROWN, THOMPSON posted by Gayle Kompare on Saturday, July 4, 1998
Looking for information on my grandfather, William Warren THOMPSON. Born March 31, 1872 in Port Huron, MI. Married a woman named "Jenny". Unknown maiden name & marriage date. Marriage ended in divorce on November 24, 1899 in the Circuit Court of St Clair Co., City of Port Huron, MI. Williams sister was Isabell T. BROWN who lived at some time in Croswell, MI.
- BROWN, CAMPAU, GIEBEL, SPENCER posted by Kay Craig on Thursday, July 9, 1998
Looking for any info on BROWN, George W. married to SPENCER, Eleanor B. moved to ST. Clair Co. in 1857. Children Althea Stone and Elba E. BROWN, Elba married CAMPAU, Loretta (1882). Children George Edward, Orville Simon, Hazel, Joseph Elba, Olan Arthur, and Perry Clifton. BROWN, Olan Arthur married GIEBEL, Elizabeth. Especially interested in any info on CAMPAU, Loretta (d. 1893), or hearing from any descendants.
- BENNETT, ELLIS, MCKAY, SHAW, TAPPEN posted by Mary Beth Aboharb on Friday, July 10, 1998
Looking for relatives of Edgar J BENNETT. He was married to a Mary MCKAY April 1902 in Port Austin then later he Married a Grace TAPPEN. Edgar's Parents were William H BENNETT and Monora ELLIS of Huron County Michigan. Mary MCKAY parents were Solomon MCKAY and Charlotte SHAW.
- CURLEY, EVERSON posted by Debbie Bert on Monday, July 13, 1998
Looking for information on the family of Thomas CURLEY. Thomas was Irish and married Susanna EVERSON in Canada. Susanna was born in 1835 and died in 1923. Their first son Henery CURLEY was born on 27 Sep 1855 in St. Clair Co. I am trying to find out when and where Thomas died.
- CASSAW posted by Michael A. Hunter on Wednesday, July 15, 1998
Edward Barnes CASSAW was born in Marine City, St. Clair Co. Michigan in 1858. Do not have census records or anything else. He married in Michigan and had a couple children before moving to Nebraska. Looking for anything that might tell me about his parents.
- MASSIE posted by Robert Massie on Thursday, July 16, 1998
My Grandfather, Robert (Bobby) George MASSIE was born in Saginaw Michigan, late 1800s. He moved to Canada were he married Stella Edna ? and farmed in Spanish, Ontario, Canada. They had a number of children, Stella, Lila, Hilda, Mary, Gordon, Edwin, Arly and Roy Robert (my father). Seeking any additional information.
- TAYLOR, THORN posted by Eileen Richards on Sunday, July 19, 1998
Searching for descendants of William and Martha THORN who were residing in St Clair County Michigan at time of the 1900 census. Children listed with them were Walter, William and Grace. William Thorn was born in Canada about 1866 and Martha TAYLOR THORN was born 1871 in Kent County, Ontario. Would like to learn of descendants of this family. A brother of William THORN resided in Ogemaw County Michigan also in the 1900 census.
- HAZEL, MERCHANT, WHITFORD posted by Patti J. Merchant-Minier on Monday, July 20, 1998
Minerva WHITFORD married Rufus MERCHANT 19 July,1842. She's 15 yrs., he's 26. In St. Clair Co. MI. All I have is possible father for Minerva, L. A. WHITFORD found in the 1840-80 census of St. Clair Co . Rufus married a second time in 1853 to Harriet H HAZEL. What happened to Minerva? Did she die? Where is she buried?
- HURLEY posted by Barb Paufve on Wednesday, July 22, 1998
I am looking for any information on Ronald HURLEY, born in Bay City, Bay Co., MI on (I think:) 20 July 1904, died December 1984. According to SSDI, last residence was Marysville, St. Clair Co., MI 48060. I am trying to find out where he died and any other information you might have.
- STOKEN posted by Randy Ortwein on Monday, July 27, 1998
I am looking for the family of Robert STOKEN. He shows up ion the 1860 census as living in Burchville Twp. Has anybody seen this name in other St. Clair census or indexes?
- HART posted by Suzanne Schuelke on Wednesday, July 29, 1998
I am looking for any information regarding Peter HART and especially his wife or mother of his children. He was born in 1786, probably in New York. He came to St. Clair County and received several patents for land in 1837. He was a fisherman who later moved to Iosco County where he died in 1860. He had a daughter named Hannah, married name Wheeler. Family legend is that her mother was an Ojibiwa Indian, but this may not be correct. I would like information about his wife, parents, other children. I can provid information regarding Hannah and her descedents.
- CURLEY, EVERSON posted by Debbie Bert on Wednesday, July 29, 1998
Looking for information on Thomas CURLEY. He and his wife Susanna (EVERSON) Curley had their second child in St.Clair Co. in Sept. of 1855. Susanna was born in Canada in 1835. We have not been able to find Thomas Curley's date of death, place of death or burial place. Thomas came from Ireland to Canada to Michigan. Susanna died on 3 Dec 1923 in Alcona Co., MI. She was a widow at the time of her death so Thomas died before 1923.
- HERALD posted by Kathy Barlament on Wednesday, July 29, 1998
HERALD, James Bernard; HERALD, James Edward; HERALD, Frank aka Francis; HERALD, Hugh; HERALD, John. All came through Port Huron, St. Clair County, Michigan in the years of 1876, 1878, and 1886, from Reid Belleville Hastings County, Ontario Canada. Left behind brothers Emmet HERALD and Edward HERALD, sisters Mary Ellen HERALD and Miss Margaret HERALD. Were all Irish Catholic Woodsmen.
- CUBITT posted by Debbie Spencer Axtman on Thursday, July 30, 1998
Looking for any information about the CUBITT family who resided in Clyde, St. Clair, MI. Especially interested in information about John CUBITT, b. Dec. 1805, d. Feb. 2, 1888. Wife's name was Mary. Only child's name I have so far is Harry Francis CUBITT (b. 1857), m. Cordelia Lossing (b. 1861). Children: John H., b. Aug. 1882, Frank R., b. Nov. 1884, Leslie E., b. Nov. 1889, and Grace Laverne, b. Aug. 1894. Any info. would be appreciated.