SHIAWASSEE COUNTY, MICHIGAN
 Perry Township
 

 





The township of Perry, designated in the United States survey as town 5 north, of range 2 west, is situated on the south border of Shiawassee County, and bounded on the west, north and east respectively by the townships of Woodhull, Bennington, and Antrim.

 

TOWNSHIP INDEX

 

EARLY SETTLERS TOWNSHIP ORGINATION
Josiah Purdy Township Organization
Horace Green and Joseph Roberts. Officers - 1841-42
William Morrice Officers - 1843-44
Phineas Austin Officers - 1845-46
Lyman Bennett Officers - 1847-48
 Levi Harmon Officers - 1849-50
Ebenezer Turner Officers - 1851-52
  Officers - 1853-54
  Officers - 1855-56
  Officers - 1857-58
  Officers - 1859-60
SCHOOLS Officers - 1861-62
Early Schools Officers - 1863-64
Breakdown of Districts Officers - 1865-66
District 1 Officers - 1867-68
District 2 Officers - 1869-70
District 3 Officers - 1871-72
District 4 Officers - 1873-74
District 5 Officers - 1875-76
  Officers - 1877-78
  Officers - 1879-80
VILLAGES / TOWNS Other Indicators
Old Perry Centre  
Village of Morrice  
Village of Perry  
   
   
RELIGION / CHURCHES ORGANIZATIONS
Presbyterian Church of Morrice Morrice Fraternities
Methodist Episcopal Church of Morrice I.O.O.F
First Baptist Church of Morrice Perry Lodge, F and A.M.
Methodist Episcopal Church of Perry  
Baptist Church of Perry  
First Congregational Church of Perry  
   
   
CEMETERY BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES
Bethany Cemetery Frank G. Morrice
Rose Lawn Cemetery William G . Morrice
  John M. Shaft
   
   

 

 

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