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Eureka Township
Montcalm County, Michigan

Eureka Township

This page is from:
History of the city of Grand Rapids, Michigan ...
(With an appendix--History of Lowell, Michigan)
by Albert Baxter., Baxter, Albert, 1823-1905.

Page 711

James MULHERN, M.D., was born in Belfast, Ireland, in 1846; came to the United States at an early age; took two courses of medical lextures in the University of Michigan (1867-68); graduated at the Detroit College of Medicine in 1870; practiced at Greenville, Mich., thirteen years; and has been twice elected President of the Union Medical Society of Western Michigan. Came to Grand Rapids in 1883.


This page is from:
The story of Detroit / by George B. Catlin.,
Catlin, George B. (George Byron), 1857-1934

page 544

The Detroit, Lansing & Northern Railroad, now part of the Pere Marquette, was opened from Detroit to Greenville, September 12, 1871.


This page is from:
The book of Detroiters; Marquis, Albert Nelson, ed. d. 1943.

Page 365

PIKE, William R.; born, Ionia, Mich., Oct. 22, 1868; son of William B. and Lucy (FINDLATER) PIKE; educated in public schools of London, Ont., Can; married at Greenville, Mich., 1905, Helen NEILSEN. Began active career in wholesale hat business at London, Ont., later continuing in same business at Toronto, Ont., came to Detroit, 1890. and traveled for Henry A Newland & Co. until 1899, when he assisted in organizing the firm of G.H. Gates & Co., of which he is a partner. Independent Republican. Presbyterian. Member Oriental lodge No. 240. A.F. & A.M., Loyal Guard. Recreation: Trout fishing. Office: 190-192 Jefferson Av. Residence: 94 Lincoln Av.

Pages 411-412

SMITH, Dudley Wetmore, hardware; born, Delaware, O., Dec. 10, 1849 son of George Baldwin and Juliette Tryphena (WETMORE) SMITH; educated in public schools of Marion, O., and at Kenyon College, Gambier, O.; married at Detroit, Feb. 13, 1878, Susan E. Beard. Was obliged to leave college in 1868 on account of eyes, began active career in employ of Donnelly. Rayl Co., Wooster, O., 1869; later was at Greenville, Mich., with E. Rutan & Co., dealers in hardware; associated with former employer, Mr. Rayl, and bought out Arthur Glover, hardware, Detroit, Oct. 3, 1875, the company now being The T.B. Rayl Co., of which is secretary and treasurer. Republican in national affairs, Espiscopalian Member Society of Colonial Wars, Sons of American Revolution, Ohio Society, Detroit Board of Commerce. Club; Fellowcraft, Recreations: Golf and fishing, Office: 112 Woodward Av. Residence: 73 Pallister Avenue.

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