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| Reynolds Township
Montcalm County, Michigan
The Detroit, Grand Rapids and Western Railroad depot opened in 1869, about a year after the first settlers to the area. Reynolds Township's only village was named for William A. Howard, a railroad attorney. It became incorporated as a village in 1873. Between the years of 1875 and 1899 the village was known as simply Howard.
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