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Mar 20

Fellows Family Land Records, Wexford County, Michigan Liber 97 page 114

This entry is part 63 of 99 in the series Deeds in the Family

…Date: 31 December 1919 Liber: 97 Page: 114 Location: Wexford County, MI Grantor: Harmon Longstreet & Susie Longstreet his wife of Colfax, Wexford, MI Grantee: Charlie Tinker & Belle Tinker of the same place Witnesses: Stephen Dassance, Ross Fenton Type of deed: Warranty Rec’d and recording: 5 Feb 1920 Clerk/registrar: Slack Location of land: Colfax Consideration: $225.00 Notes: Ross Fenton was Susie’s s

Mar 10

Fellows Family Land Records, Wexford County, Michigan Liber 63 page 22

This entry is part 59 of 99 in the series Deeds in the Family

…tion of land: Cedar Creek Twp, Wexford Co., MI Consideration: $1,100 Notes: Description: NE 1/4 of NW 1/4 Sec 5 T23N R9W 40 acres Henry Fellows died on 19 Sept 1905. I am not sure where in Liberty Township Belle was living, but Cedar Creek Township lies just south of Liberty and the property Belle purchased is on the township line. This thumbnail illustrates the property’s location, and is taken from the old 1908 on-line atlas.1…

Mar 23

Fellows Family Land Records, Wexford County, Michigan Liber 139 page 507

This entry is part 65 of 99 in the series Deeds in the Family

….   Date: 7 May 1945 Liber: 139 Page: 507 Location: Wexford Co., MI Grantor: Charles Tinker & Belle Tinker his wife Grantee: Earl T. Colbert & Marie Colbert Husband and Wife Witnesses: Jno A. Muche, Harriet Muche Type of deed: Warranty Rec’d and recording: 24 Jan 1947 Clerk/registrar: Brown Location of land: Colfax Consideration: $1,000 Notes: Belle signed with an X, although She could write and had si…

Mar 25

Fellows Family Land Records, Wexford County, Michigan Liber 139 page 479

This entry is part 67 of 99 in the series Deeds in the Family

…own Location of land: Colfax Consideration: $1 Notes: Description: E 1/2 of the NW 1/4 of the NW 1/4 of Sec 9 T23N R10W As far as I know, this is the last of the property owned by Belle in Wexford County. She deeded it to her youngest child and only surviving son, Frank A. Fellows with this instrument. Here it is, marked on a segment of the old 1914 atlas.1 Standard Map Company., Atlas of Wexford County, Michigan : containing comple…

Dec 22

The Scott Lamunion Family

…wo Lamunion researchers in 1975. You may enlarge this thumbnail by clicking on it. The Lamunions had a family of seven children, according to the same bible transcription: Ray Lester 2 May 1879 – September 1879, Glen Azel b. 24 Feb 1884, Bessie Ann b. 23 May 1885, Olive b 25 July 1887, Maude Belle b. 21 Feb 1889, Jack H. b. 24 March 1891, and Nellie May, b 1894. The older man, second from the left must be Glen, and the younger man with the…

Apr 23

Funeral Card Friday — Edna Rose Fellows

…ridays, but I have quite a few, and I like to move ahead when I hear a good idea. Today’s card is from the service of Papa’s grandmother, Edna Rose Fellows. You can click to enlarge the card. Edna Rose Fellows was born on 2 December 1892 in Newaygo County, Michigan. Her parents were Henry H. Fellows and wife Belle Lamunion. Edna was the seventh child of Henry and Belle. Edna married Ross P. Fenton on 11 Sept 1909, and they raised a…

Apr 03

Helen is Found!

…the birthday of my grandmother, Helen L. Palmer, and appeared to have connections to New York and Vermont where she lived. I had also found a burial for Helen Potwine with her husband Roy, a veteran, at the Long Island National Cemetery. He was a Vermont native who died in April, 1966. Yesterday I found the highly anticipated envelope, marked Social Security Administration, Official Business, in my mail box. I didn’t yell, I quietly car…

Mar 06

Fearless Females: Blogging Prompt for March 6

…you don’t have any, then write about a specific object you remember from your mother or grandmother, or aunt (a scarf, a hat, cooking utensil, furniture, etc). I am lucky enough to have some nice items I inherited from my female ancestors, but today I am describing one that I do not have, and sure wish I did. I remember a little mesh purse, with a little chain for a handle. It was a brass color, and it resided in my mother’s jewelry box….

Apr 29

Treasure Chest Thursday – Dad’s Shoe Shine Kit

This entry is part 4 of 9 in the series Treasures and Curiosities

…meticulous, there was never any polish on the soles of the shoes, or on the floor, or his hands. The shoes were set aside on a piece of newspaper to dry, then shined with the brush. If you look at the handle, you can see it serves a dual purpose. It is ribbed, therefore not slippery. You can sit in a chair, put your foot up on the handle, and brush your shoes off, or shine them with a rag. I think only the shoe trees, the brush and the box are…

Apr 27

Tuesday’s Tools – Saving an Image from Seeking Michigan

save” button. I conducted a search, and am using my great-grandmother, Lena Yearnd. Here is the result of searching for “Yearnd”. I bet you wish you had an unusual last name now, don’t you? Clicking on the image produces this: I have some choices, but saving the image is not among them. Darn. I click the “printable version” link and see this: Here is the trick, click cancel instead of print, and the print…

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