This place, laid out in 1839 is on the northeast
quarter of Section 25. and is named after Robert
Inkster. one of the early settlers. The post-office
was formerly called Moulin Rouge (Red Mills).
It is on the Michigan Central Railroad.
The Methodist Episcopal Church at this place
formed part of the Huron Mission in 1832, and has
always been attached to either Wayne or Dearborn.
The church building was erected in 1860. It will
seat 250, and is worth about $2,000.
History of Detroit and Wayne County and Early Michigan By Silas Farmer 1890
Del Rio Motel - Inkster MI 1950 // National Bank of Detroit in Inkster MI