|GANNON, Daniel||GARDNER, Mortimer D.||GEYER, William||GEYER, Bessie|
|GLEASON, Mrs. Hiram||GLEASON, James E.||GLEASON, Roy I.||GROVER, Donnie N. (Glover)|
|GROVER, Duane H.||GRUMELOT, Adolph||GRUMELOT, Norine (Hibbard)|
The death of Daniel Gannon, one of the pioneer
residents of Cohoctah township occurred this morning.
Source: Livingston County Daily Press and Argus (Howell, Michigan) Wednesday 03 Jan 1917, pg 5
Linden, Mich., December 29. -- Mortimer Gardner died suddenly today on his farm in Tyrone township where he had lived practically all his life. He was taken ill on his return from a visit to Owosso Monday, and failed to respond to treatment. He was 75 years old and is survived by a widow, a daughter in Ohio and a son in Virginia,
Miss Bessie Geyer, the 25 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Will Geyer, was buried at the Fuller cemetery east of town, Wednesday, having died of influenza at her parents home, seven miles southeast of here Monday afternoon. Besides her parents she leaves three sisters and four brothers, Lewis Geyer, who was in Jersey City awaiting transportation overseas. He returned for the funeral. Earl Geyer, Irene, Ruth, Charles and Russell, all who reside at home. The four latter are very ill with influenza and also Mrs. Claire Hammond of Lansing.
Source: Lansing State Journal (Lansing, Michigan) Friday, 08 Nov 1918 pg 7
MORRICE, Nov. 18. - William Geyer, aged 50 years,
passed away at Harper's Hospital in Detroit Sunday morning from cancer of
the stomach. Mr. Geyer had been in ill health for several months and went
to Detroit for an operation. He was past help on arrival there a week
before his death. Besides his wife, Mr. Geyer leaves seven living
children all of whom with the exception of one married daughter live at
home. Louis, Earl, Charles, and Russell, Mrs. Fairbanks of this locality,
Irene and Ruth Geyer. The body was brought from Detroit to the home one
mole east of Nicholson, Monday. The funeral will be held Wednesday. Mr.
Geyer had lived all his life in this locality and was well known and
respected by all.
Source: Lansing State Journal (Lansing, Michigan) Tuesday, 18 Nov 1919 pg 24
Midland, Aug. 9. -- Mrs. Hiram Gleason, an old resident of Hartland,
Livingston county, aged 73, who had been visiting her brother, M.P.
Maxson, here for the past two weeks, died at his home after a week's
Source: Jackson Citizen Patriot (Friday, 9 Aug. 1901) transcribed by Marla Zwakman
James Elery Gleason, son of Alonzo and Alvira Gleason, was
born September 7, 1859 in Linden, Genesee County, Michigan,
and passed away at his home in Cohoctah township March 16,
199, aged 79 years, 6 months and 9 days.
On December 19, 1883, he united in marriage to Miss Agnes Idella Dean and to this union was born two sons, Roy of Cohoctah and LaVern of Fenton.
He was converted when a young man and united with the Cohoctah United Brethren church of which he has been a faithful member.
He leaves to morn his departure, his widow, two sons, five grandchildren and one great grand child, two brothers and one sister, J. D. Gleason of Seattle, Washington, Clarence Gleason of Flint and Mrs. Belle Brockway of Durand.
Mr. Gleason was looked upon by all who knew him as a sincere Christian man and will be greatly missed by his family and a large circle of friends.
Funeral services were held from the Cohoctah United Brethren church Sunday, March 19 with the Rev. M. H. Dawson and Rev. Paul Olmstead officiating. Burial in the Sanford cemetery.
Source: Livingston County Daily Press and Argus (Howell, Michigan) Wednesday 29 Mar 1939, pg 17
Roy I. Gleason, 71, who resided at 211 Ann street in Byron,
died December 7 at the Pleasant View hospital in Corunna. A
farmer, he had been a life-time resident of
Livingston and Shiawassee counties. He was born in
Livingston county on May 11, 1886, a son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ellery Gleason. His wife, the former Alice Jenen, died in
1942. Survivors include two sons, Burr of Brighton and
Harold of Dunedin, Florida.
The funeral was Saturday afternoon from the Small mortuary in Byron with burial in Sanford cemetery. The Reverend W. O. Breason officiated.
Source: Livingston County Daily Press and Argus (Howell, Michigan) Wednesday 14 Dec 1960, pg 27
Donnie, 74 of Fowlerville, died Thursday. She was born to
Lyle J. & Laura Ruth (Saum) Glover. She was a 1951 graduate
of Fowlerville High School, was a member of St. Johns
Lutheran Church and worked at Citizens Insurance Co. She
married Duane Grover on May 17, 1957, he preceded her in
death in 1980. She is survived by her brother: LeRoy Glover
and several nieces and nephews. Donnie was also preceded in
death by her sister: Bonnie Redinger and brother Kenneth
Glover. Services were held Monday April 28, 2008 at St.
Johns Lutheran Church with Pastor Richard Schroeder
officiating. Niblack Dillingham Liverance Chapel was in
charge of the arrangements.
Source: Lansing State Journal (Lansing, Michigan) Saturday 26 Apr 2008, pg 5
Age 47, died Wed., Jan. 30, 1980 at his residence.
Surviving is his wife Donnie, 2 brothers, Kenneth and
Marvin of Fowlerville, also surviving is his father Tunis
Grover of Plainwell, MI. Funeral services will e held at 2
p.m. Sat. at the St. Johns Lutheran Church of Fowlerville
with Rev. Jeffrey Kimpel officiating. Interment in
Greenwood Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to
the Fowlerville Community Park. Friends may call at the
Liverance Funeral Home, Fowlerville.
Source: Lansing State Journal (Lansing, Michigan) Friday, 01 Feb 1980, pg. 4
Adoph Grumelot, 67, of 17798 Donahue Road, died Friday,
Oct. 31, 1975, at St. Joseph Mercy Hospital, Ann Arbor. He
was born Jan. 23, 1908 in Kalkaska County, a son of Adolph
and Amelia Grumelot.
Mr. Grumelot had retired as a tool and die operator. He is survived by a daughter, Norine Grumelot of Pinckney; three sons, Albert of Pinckney, Edward of Gregory and Elmer or Oscoda; eight grandchildren; and five sisters, Mrs. Emma Spicer of Pontiac; Mrs. James (Dorothy) Ward of Howell, Mrs. Zeta Gardner of Lincoln Park, Mrs. Parke (Lena) Malone of Detroit and Mrs. James (Amy) Caldwell of Cape Coral, Fla.
Funeral services were held from the Schnackenberg Chapel of the Lamb Funeral Home Nov. 4 at 1 p.m., with the Rev. Clive Dickens of Caro officiating.
Burial was in the Sanford Cemetery.
Source: Livingston County Daily Press and Argus (Howell, Michigan) Wednesday 05 Nov 1975, pg 7
PINCKNEY - The funeral for Norine F. Grumelot, 61 17798
Donahue road was Nov. 30, at the Schnackenberg-Lamb Funeral
Home, Pinckney, Mrs. Grumelot died Nov. 26, 1970 at
University Hospital in Ann Arbor after a brief illness. The
Rev. Alan Hancock officiated, with burial in Sanford
She was born March 29, 1909 in Cohoctah township, the daughter of Richard and Lillian Garner Hibbard. She was a member of the Plainfield Methodist Church.
Surviving are her husband, Adolph; a daughter, Norine at home; three sons, Albert of Pinckney, Edward of Gregory and Elmer at home.; six grandchildren; three brothers, Eric Hibbard of Howell, Bertil Hibbard of Howell, Cyril Hibbard of Ovid, three sisters, Mrs. Olga Sayles of Morrice, Mrs. Stanley (Ena) Risch of Grayling, and Mrs. James (Doris) Lineau of Perry.
Source: Livingston County Daily Press and Argus (Howell, Michigan) Wednesday 02 Dec 1970, pg 9
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