Cheboygan County MI Genealogy

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The People of
Cheboygan County

Cheboygan Families

Newtons Were Active in Community, Business
A newspaper article regarding early Newton settlers, from the Cheboygan News.

Cheboygan County Family Homepages

Howell and LaBlance Families
from Michigan
LaBlance, LaBlanc, LeBlanc,
Pond, & Vincent in
Charlevoix, Mackinac, Cheboygan and Marquette.
The Christine Clark-Kowal Family Homepage
Clark, Gervais (Jarvis), Movick and
Romberg (Roanpaa) in Michigan.
The LaPeer Family Home Page
LaPeer, Lapeer, Lapierre:
Canada-born Theophile LaPierre married
Margaret (Marguerite) McGulpin on Mackinac Island about 1836. They left the island in their later years, moving to Cheboygan County.
The family of William Joseph Morgan &
Gertrude Dora Beehler
Bill & Gertrude Morgan raised a family in Tower
from the 1920s through the 1950s.
The Black River Sova Family Home Page
Louis and Catherine (Knauf) Sauve moved their family to Cheboygan County sometime between 1861 and 1870. There, the Sauve name evolved into Sova and the family became known as the "Black River Sovas," since many of them settled in Alverno along the Black River southeast of Cheboygan.

Readers Notes on Cheboygan Families

Brief notes that may or may not have a contact. If you would like to add a note about a family, please contact me.

CARR, CLARK - You have listed Joseph Carr, his wife Mary E., and their son Herbert. They had an older son, Samuel, born in 1887. They migrated in the late 1880s to Cheboygan from Ontario, Grey Co. You might also like knowing that the wife of David Clark, Matilda, was Mary's sister. Jeff Anderson

MAGUIRE, McGUIRE - Ferguson McGuire should also show the name MAGUIRE. My wife is his granddaughter. Her mother always spelled her name MAGUIRE. Other records confirm this, even though several records contain the McGUIRE spelling. Ferguson had a couple of visits to court in which MAGUIRE is used. His father's name was Thompson MAGUIRE. You have a cemetery record of a Thomas McGUIRE which is tantalizingly close. If there are other notes to relate Thomas to Ferguson, such as being buried in adjacent graves, it might be well to add this distinction to your notes. Stanley A. Wickman, 30441 Westfield, Livonia, MI 48150-3961; Voice 734-425-8561

TERRIEN, TERRIN, FERRIEN, MORRISETTE, LUSSIER, KNIFFEN, GUYEN, RIVER, PARROW - Adelia Terrin is Adelia Terrien and the daughter of Octave Terrien, Sr. and Caroline Morrisette. She was born 13 Jul 1867. Some sources say she was born in Carp Lake, Emmet Co., Michigan, but I suspect that she was born in Canada, probably Quebec. Wallace McLaurey may have been born in New York state. Octave Terrien and Matilda are my great grandparents, Albert V. is my great uncle. Octave Terrien, Sr. was born in 1835 in Quebec, Canada. His parents were Josephete Lussier and Joseph Terrien. Octave, Sr. married Caroline Morrisette 10 Nov 1856 in the parish of Sainte-Cecile, Milton, Nova Scotia, Canada. Octave, Jr. was born 4 Sep 1857 in Quebec, Canada. The family immigrated to the Cheboygan County area before 1870. They are in the 1870 census in Inverness Township. Their name is listed in the index as Ferrien (it was mis- transcribed, the f is a t). The quality of the image is very poor and hard to read. In the census there are five daughters and one son, Octave.

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