D E A T H S
City of Port Huron

St. Clair County MI

NAME BIRTH DEATH NOTES
CANNIS, John 72y 11 Nov 1895 St. Clair - Died at Capac, Monday. Date: Tuesday, November 12, 1895 Paper: Jackson Citizen Patriot (Jackson, MI) Volume: XXXI Issue: 198 Page: 2 - From Barb Z,
COLE, Ezra A.   Nov 1906 Source: Flint Journal (Friday, 23 Nov. 1906) transcribed by Marla Zwakman Superintendent of construction of early Thumb railroads, died here Wednesday.
JAYNES, Charles 106y   St. Clair Charles Jaynes died at Kimball, Tuesday aged 106. Oakland - Mrs. Mary J. Allen died at Southfield, Thursday. She had lived there 61 years. From Barb Z.
LUTZ, Albert   Mar 1902 Source: Grand Rapids Press (Monday, 10 Mar. 1902) transcribed by Marla Zwakman Supervisor of the township of Greenwood, St. Clair county, died at his home last night from measles, which developed into pneumonia. He was an extensive property owner.
McNAUGHT, Malcomb 91y 1895 Source: Jackson Citizen Patriot (3 Sept. 1895) transcribed by Marla Zwakman Died at Capac Monday
PACE, S.D.   21 Nov 1895 St. Clair - Died at Port Huron, Thursday. Tuesday, November 26, 1895 Paper: Jackson Citizen (Jackson, MI) Page: 1 Contributed by Barb Z.
PRIOR, George   Jan 1902 Source: Saginaw News (Tuesday, 14 Jan. 1902) transcribed by Marla Zwakman One of the early pioneers of Shiawasee county, died at his home, southeast of here, Sunday, after an illness of one week.
TUCKER, J.E.   1895 Source: Jackson Citizen Patriot (28 Sept. 1895) transcribed by Marla Zwakman Died in a hack at Port Huron, Friday.
WESTCOTT, Mrs. D.W. 90y 03 Feb 1916 Source: Grand Rapids Press (Friday, 4 Feb. 1916) transcribed by Marla Zwakman Wealthy pioneer of this city, died yesterday, aged ninety years.

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