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reminiscences by Mrs. Gray, 2, 285-318;
sacred ground, 285; signification name,

286; soil, 295; started cemetery, 310.
Grand Trunk railroad owned and sold by

state, 101.
Grannis, H. H., Rev., 184.
Grant, -, Dr., private banker, 427.
Grant, Alexander, capt., commodore, 338

341; had ten daughters, 340.
Grant, Archange, (Mrs. Thomas Dickson)

340.
Grant, Elizabeth, (Mrs. James Woods)

340.
Grant, Isabella, (Mrs. Gilkison) 340.
Grant, Jean Cameron, (Mrs. William Rich-

ardson) 340.
Grant, Lorin, Rev., Methodist "Elder,"

163, 215.
Grant, Mary Julia. (Mrs. Milles) 340.
Grant, Nancy, (Mrs. George Jacob) 340.
Grant, Nellie, 340.
Grant, Phillis, (Mrs. Alexander Duff) 340.
Grant, Therese, (Mrs. Wright) 340..
Grant, Ulysses S., gen, and president U. S.,

autograph given society by George Sid-
man, 10; name (Ulyssess) spelled wrong,

277.
Gratiot, Charles, capt., county and fort

named for, 457; sketch, 88, 457.
Gratiot county organized and named, 456,

457.
Gratiot, Fort, named for officer, 88.
Grave de la St. Nicholas, 107 see St. Nicho-

las de la Grave.
Graves, G. A., instructor Kalamazoo Col-

lege, 532.
Graves, G. A., Mrs., teacher Kalamazoo

College, 532.
Gray, A, C., sketch, 303.
Gray, John Purdue, Dr., sketch, 728.
Gray, Martha, Mrs., Reminiscences Grand

Traverse, 2, 285-318.
Great Cat Fish, 456 see Kalamazoo.
Great Seal of Michigan 1835 and its Re-

lation to the State Flag, paper cited, 49.
Greeley, Horace, editor N. Y. Î'ribune, 271;

opinion Michigan, 304,
Green, Crawford, miller, 214,
Green, Lazarus, rent for wagon, 154.
Green, Mabel, accompanist, 13.
Green, Marshall, miller, 214.
Green Bay, formerly Puans, 441.
Greene, Amy Jenkins Davis, Mrs., 507.
Greene, Evarts B., prof. University Illinois,

26.
Greene, George H., former secretary society,

322; resolution giving historic chairs to

society, 323, 324; sketch cited, 322, 507.
Greenville, (Grenville) treaty with Indians,

142, 444.
Greer, S., editor, 426.
Greeting, by George W. Stone, 219, 220.
Gregoire de, Bartholomy, Mrs., (Marie

Therese La Mothe) 111.
Gregoire de, Claude, 111.

Gregoire de, Marguerite, (Mrs. Joseph

Cadillac) 111.
Gregoire de, Marie, 111.
Gregoire de, Nicholas, 111.
Gregoire de, Pierre, 111.
Gregory, Edward E., Rev., 184,
Gregory, John M., LL, D., president Michi-

gan Institute, 533.
Gregory, Lena Estelle, Miss, member

society, 7.
Gremps, Peter, Van Buren pioneer, 637.
Gress, Frederic W., member society, 52.
Greulin, C., German chemist, 722.
Greusel, Joseph, address on Michigan's

Loss, 44-46; committee work for society,
3, 4, 5, 18, 29, 48; edited collections, 50;
member society, 52; pay for editorial
work, 25; read memoir Thomas W.
Palmer, 4; recommended name of Glad-
win for statue at Washington, 28; re-
port committee on statue at Washington,

27-29.
Griffith, Catherine, Howell pioneer, 183.
Griffith, Horace, 183.
Griffith, John, 426.
Griffith, William, banker, 426.
Griffon, first boat built by La Salle, 90;

first boat on lakes, 450; wrecked, 90.
Grimme, Henry W., Rev., Father at Big

Rapids, 514, 519.
Gristmill, pioneer, 480; size of mill stones,

420.
Grootenhuis, Johanna Hoogewind, (Mrs.

Bernardus Grootenhuis) Holland colony,
Grosvenor, Daniel, Rev., revolutionary

soldier, 702.
Grosvenor, Ebenezer, sr., 702.
Grosvenor, Ebenezer Oliver, lieutenant

governor, 706; memoir, 702-708; offices

held, 705, 706.
Grosvenor, Ebenezer Oliver, Mrs., (Sally

Ann Chaplin Champlin) 703; memoir,

700, 701.
Grosvenor, Harriet, (Mrs. Charles E.

White) 700.
Grosvenor, Ira R., Albion, 703.
Grosvenor, Ira R., Monroe, col. 7th Mich.

infantry, 490.
Grosvenor & Co., 703.
Guay, Marguerite, (Mrs. Francois Bis-

sonette) 502.
Guerillas, Lee's, captured Mrs. Carey, 170.
Guerin, L. D., Rev., Father at West Bay

City, 515,
Guild, Joel, Ionia settler aided by Campau,
Gun Lake, Indian names for, 648, 649.
Gun wadding, proof of Tanner murder, 201.
Guyon, Denis, Mrs., (Elizabeth Boucher)

110; see also Gouin.
Guyon, Marie Theresa. (Mrs. Antoine

Cadillac) 110, 105; see also Gouin.
Haarer, J. W., major, presented coins and

bills for museum, 9.

208.

65.

Haas, —, orchestra music by, 39, 41.
Haddock, Ray, Detroit Tribune editor,

603, 606, 608.
Hadrich, Fred, gift and loans to museum,

10, 53, 54,
Hadrich, F. D., Mrs., loan to museum, 10,

53.
Haff, -, Mrs., (Anna M. Goodyear) 649.
Hagadorn, Albert, 708.
Hagadorn, Alexander D., Dr., 708.
Hagadorn, Johnson W., Dr., death reported

22; memoir, 708.
Hahn, P. A., Mrs., gift to museum, 10, 53.
Haile, James, Allegan county, 163.
Haines, Blanche M., Mrs., Dr., paper, Foot-

prints at Three Rivers cited, 17; pre-

sented pictures to society, 24.
Haines, E. M., historian quoted, 453, 463,

473, 476, 477.
Hair, Hurons, methods of wearing, 465.
Haldimand, Frederick, gov. British gene-

ral, 338, 455; opinion American army,

135
Hale, David B., death reported, 8.
Hale, Edward E., author, 133.
Hale, Edward E., jr., author, 133.
Hale, John P., Free Soil candidate for

president, 268.
Hale, Nicholas, pioneer Howell, 192.
Half Way House, 428 see Buck's.
Hall, -, N. Y. State geologist, 724.
Hall, David, pioneer Howell, 193.
Hall, Eliza Calvert, quoted, 486.
Hall, Frederick, sketch cited, 102.
Hall, Jeremiah, 528.
Halle de l', 325 see L'Halle.
Hallenback, Carrie, Mrs., gift to society,

23.
Hallock, Horace, aid to refugees, 282.
Hamilton, Alexander, U. S. secretary of

treasury, 123, 231.
Hamilton, Henry, lieut. gov. called “hair

buyer general," prisoner, 337; punished

rogue, 336.
Hamilton, Renee Louise Tompkins, Mrs.,

(Mrs. Barritt) member society, 7.
Hamlin, Samuel, Eaton pioneer, 676, 677.
Hamlin, Sumner, medical treatment of,

675.
Hammon, William, 705.
Hammond, Jason, Mrs., accompanist, 48.
Hammond Publishing Co., 681.
Hampton, Wade, U. S. gen., 284.
Hampton, Wade, slave, 284.
Hand, Jerome, pioneer Howell, 194.
Handkerchief, prohibition, loaned by Tim.

Miles, 10.
Handy, John B., postmaster, 427.
Hanks, Porter, commanding Ft. Mackinac,

91.
Hanna, Samuel, judge, president G. R. &

I. R. R., 32, 33.
Hannah, Lay Co., pioneer millers, 305.
Hansford, John M., speaker House Texas

Republic, 243.
Hardships, see Pioneer hardships.

Hardy, Francis S., pioneer Howell, 194.
Harley, Miner J., Mrs., (Clara Hyde) 344.
Harmon, (Harman) Henry H., Howell at-

torney, 180, 181; sketch, 188.
Harper, William Rainey, president Chicago

University, 231.
Harper, —, Miss, aided by Stone memorial

fund, 175.
Harpfy, William, Dr., owned harpsichord,

340-342.
Harpsichord, trouble over, 340, 341, 342.
Harrington, Ebenezer B., attorney, 273.
Harris, —, Battle Creek, anti slavery ad-

vocate, 280.
Harris, George, 245,
Harris, Michael, col., gift to society, 10.
Harrison, William Henry, 9th president

U. S. gen. 88, 624, 658, 705; campaign
of, 279; governor Indiana, 445; Indian

fighter, 88.
Harrison, William Henry, Tuscola pioneer,

death reported, 8.
Harrison & Tyler campaign, 483.
Harsen's Island, population 1818, 566.
Harsh, J. B., U. $. senator Iowa, 53.
Hart, Jonathan, Battle Creek, 280.
Hart, Thirza M., (Mrs. Thirza West) 530.
Harvard, John, endowed Harvard College,

233, 234.
Harwood, —, Mrs., (Arvilla Denno) 421.
Hasey v. White Pigeon Beet Sugar Co.,

130.
Hastings, Eurotas P., sketch, 645.
Hastings, Eurotas P., Mrs., first wife,

Electra Owen; second, Mrs. Philema

Moody; third, Theodosia Deveaux, 645.
Hastings, Henry Dwight, 645.
Hastings, city, beginning of, 645-650; first

newspaper in, 650; first settler in, 645,
646; school exercises, 647; voters 1839,

652.

Hatch, Lucy, (Mrs. Lewis Hyde) 343.
Hatch House, Three Rivers, 428.
Hathaway, E. M., official methods, 302.
Hatheway, Joshua, quoted, 463, 477.
Havens, Merritt S., pioneer Howell, 188,
Havens, Merritt S., Mrs., (Miss Austin)

176.
Haviland, Charles, jr., 482.
Haviland, Charles, jr., Mrs., "Aunt"

(Laura Smith) charge of Adrian under-
ground railway station, 279; monument
at Adrian for, 3; reward offered for,

sketch, 482.
Havre Branch Railroad, part of Mich.

Southern, 147.
Hawes, John, pioneer Howell, 194.
Hawks, John H., Master No. 33 Lodge,

Lansing, 324.
Hawley, Elmer, Kalamazoo, 34.
Hayes, -, Surgeon civil war, 170.
Hayes, A, M., Mrs., death reported, 53.
Hayes, Willard, sheriff Barry county, 648;

postmaster Hastings receipts, 646.

Hayes, Willard, Mrs., (A, E. McClellan)

647; death recorded, 652.
Haynes, John, Colonial governor Conn.,

737.
Hays, –, Kalamazoo pioneer, in cyclone,

523.
Hays, Andrew L., Hastings pioneer, mem-

ber legislature, 645.
Haze, C. W., Dr., 710.
Haze, Harry, Dr., 18.
Haze, William H., Rev., M. D., biography

by Mrs. Hungerford, 17, 709-712; death
reported, 22; member 1857 legislature,
709; Methodist circuit rider, Michigan
Agricultural College sided by, 710; pro-

nounced benediction, 6.
Haze, William H., Mrs., (Lydia Emrich)

710; death recorded, 712.
Hazen, Jimmy, eccentric character, 349,

350.
Head, James E., pioneer Howell, 188, 189.
Headley, -, Mrs., gift to society, 23.
Heartt, William A., death reported, 8.
Heineman, David E., gifts to museum, 54.
Heitman, Francis B., author military

register, 87.
Hemans, Lawton T., Hon., 40, 41; address

Flint, 13, 14; elected trustee society, 4,
18, 48; History of Michigan used for

reading lesson, 622.
Henderson, Thomas, runaway slave, 283.
Hennepin, Louis, Rev., Franciscan priest,

442; map, 452.
Henry Clay, lake boat, 639.
Henry, D. Farrand, Detroit, 342.
Henry, Francis, pioneer Howell, 191.
Henry, Harris, pioneer Howell, 191.
Henry James, prisoner with Indians,

sketch, 342.
Henry, Mary E. Bascom, Mrs., (William)

gifts to museum, 4, 9, 10.
Henry, Patrick, statesman, 270.
Henry, William, Mrs., 10 see Mary E. Bas-

com Henry.
Herrington, Henry, pioneer Howell, 178,

191.
Hesse, F. O., Mrs., gave vocal solo, 17.
Hessian, soldiers despised by Americans,

49.
Hewitt, Lewis H., attorney, 188.
Hewitt, Bros., lawyers Howell, 180.
Hiawatha, Myth by Schoolcraft, 466.
Hibbs & Bannan, 422.
Hickey, -, foundryman Howell, 178.
Hicks, Borden, 430.
Hicks, John S., Mrs., gift to society, 10.
Hicks, Orrin, killed pigeons, 436.
Hicock, Amos, 490.
Hilderbrant, Charles, pioneer Howell, 190.
Hilderbrant, Solomon, pioneer Howell,

190.
Hiles, Joseph, architect Three Rivers, 430.
Hill, -, cashier Singapore bank, 160; paid

debt, 161.
Hill, Albert C., died in civil war, 655.
Hill, Alpheus M., made plow, 655.

Hill, Andrew, Howell pioneer, 178, 180.
Hill, Arthur, Hon., Regent U, of M. chari-

ties of, 538, 539; death reported, 22;
memoir by Dr. Angell, 17, 536-539;
presentation portrait address Mr. Dono-

van, 535, 536.
Hill, Arthur, Mrs., gave portrait husband

to society, 17, 535.
Hill, Arthur & Co., 537.
Hill Bros., 537.
Hill, Calvin G., (Squire) sketch, 655.
Hill, Enos W., pioneer Howell, 193.
Hill, James H., married Lucretta Brown,

536.
Hill, James H., Mrs., (Lucretta Brown)

536.
Hillsdale county, organized and named, 455.
Hinesburg Academy, Vermont, 172.
Hinks, —, promoted lieut. col., 491.
Hinman & Bush, 179.
Hinsdale, Aaron Burke, Dr., historian, 221,

223, 226, 231-233; genealogy, 171.
Hinsdale, Aaron, Mrs., (Lucinda Mitchell)

171.
Hinsdale, Lucinda, (Mrs. J. A. B. Stone)

172.
Hinsdale, (Hinsdill) Mitchell, probate judge,

40.
Hinsdale & Demmon, 522.
Historians society, committee of elected,

4, 18, 48; unreliable, 202.
Historic sites marked, 39.
Historical Lights from Judicial Decisions,

paper by Judge Cahill, 118-130.
Historical work of Michigan outlined, 39,

56-59, 150.
Historical Societies U. S. work of, 21.
History American, lack of data, 203.
History American, Unexplored Fields,

paper by Prof. Van Tyne, 148-153; Cal-
houn men, 220-279; county names, Wil-
liam L. Jenks, 439-478; Diocese of Grand
Rapids, 19, 509-521; false pictures given,
202; Fort Holmes and Mackinac, 85;
Fort Malden and Amherstburg, 370;
Grand Traverse Region, 285; Howell.
by Mrs. Batchelor, 176; Howell, by E.
H. Smith, 185-195; idealized, 203; im-
proved methods, 149; Indian trading
posts, 654; Lenawee county, 478; local
how obtained, Dwight Goss paper, 56-
59; local value of, paper by Dr. Carleton,
201-204; Michigan needed on subjects,
150-152; Northwest territory founda-
tion of, 130; Old Baldoon, 78; papers on
Allegan county, 156-163; personally told,
417; prehistoric forts, 73; schools Kala-
mazoo, 533, 534; settlement southern
Michigan, 539; sources of, 56, 57; Three
Rivers by M. H. Bumphrey, 417; uses
of, 148, 149, 150; Van Buren and Cass

pioneers, 637.
Hobart, Randall, Rev., justice peace,

Marshall, 221, 246; called Abolitionist,
267; connection and suit in Crosswhite
slave case, 260, 265,

Hobart, William P., 252 see William W.

Hobart.
Hobart, William W., (P.) version given in

affidavit Crosswhite case, 252, 257-259.
Hodgeman, Frank, testimony regarding

Burt's compass, 117.
Hoecklin, Johanna Dorothea, (Mrs. Lud-

wig Rominger), 721.
Hoffman, Charles Fenno, author A Winter

in West, 554, 562, 576; opinion of De-

troit, 556.
Hoffman, John, 423, 432.
Hoffman, Phillip H., 430, 432.
Hog Island, 331 see Belle Isle.
Hogaboam, James J., cited, 499.
Hogle, Joseph, pioneer Howell, 190.
Holden, Bert, 303.
Holden, Denison, sketch, 302, 303.
Holden, E. A., 303.
Holden, Liberty E., A, B., prof., 532.
Holden, P. G., Prof., 303.
Holdsworth, Timothy, marriage certificate

presented society, 23.
Holidays, early in Detroit, 339; how cele-

brated, 504, 505.
Hollanders, characteristics, 205-210; in

Grand Rapids, 211; population in Amer-

ica, 211; praised, 212.
Hollister, Harvey 1., banker Grand Rapids,

71, 77.
Hollister, John B., Macomb county sur-

veyor of old forts, 74.
Holmes, Alvah, hymnal presented to

society, 24.
Holmes, Andrew Hunter, major, name

given Fort Holmes, killed at Fort Macki-

nac, 92; sketch, 87.
Holmes, Charles D., 270.
Holmes, John R., judge Grand Rapids, 696.
Holmes, Robert, pioneer Howell, 192.
Holmes, Silas M., 282,
Holmes, (Mackinac) Fort condition, 88;

paper by Peter White, 85-89; how

named, 87.
Holt, Cyrus, deacon, 183.
Holt, Nicholas J., pioneer Howell, 193.
Home, Cadillac's described, 108.
Homestead exemption law, discussed by

Crary & Pierce, 239; first passed by
Texas Republic, 243; founded by Pierce,

238-244; law quoted, 242, 243.
Home Week, Old, at Three Rivers, 417.
Honor, county seat Benzie, 301.
Hook, Frank, pioneer Howell, 193.
Hook, Leonard, pioneer Howell, 193.
Hooker, Cyporean S., built one of first

bridges Grand river, 61.
Hooker, John S., biography of, 61-64;

Indian name Cap-squa-itt, 62; paper on

Daniel Marsac, 60, 61.
Hooker, Thomas, Rev., quoted, 610, 611.
Hoop skirt, presented society, 23.
Hooper, ---, Miss, U. of M. student, 175.
Hopkins, Frederick J., read treasurer's re-

port, 17.

Hopkins, Mary Jane Gill, Mrs., death

recorded, 417; told story, 420, 421.
Horner, Gustavus Brown, Dr., asst. surg.

U.S. A., 624.
Horner, Gustavus Brown, Mrs., (Frances

Harrison Scott) 624,
Horner, John Scott, last territorial gov.

Mich., anecdote of, 624; appointed land
comm'r. Wisconsin, 626; attempt to
assassinate, 625; honesty noted, 626; re-
warded by Congress, 625; sketch of life

by daughter, 43, 49, 624-627.
Horner, John S., Mrs., (Harriet L, Watson)

anecdote of, 624.
Hornish, Eli, pioneer Howell, 193.
Horses, brought in Detroit by Cadillac,

330, 331; dislike of pioneer life, 305;

scarce in Detroit, 330.
Horton, Nellie J., (Mrs. Dwight N. Lowell)

713.
Hoskins, —, Mrs., Three Rivers, 432.
Hospitals, Catholic, 517.
Hospitallers, order of nuns, 332.
Hotchkiss, Daniel, 189,
Hotchkiss, Len, 189.
Hotels, (taverns) Adrian, 494; Aurella at

Washington, D. C., 170; Battle Creek,
280; Bridge street, Grand Rapids, 95;
Bunch of Grapes in Boston, 140; Colliers
at Dearborn, 101; Detroit, 99; Dodges'
Paw Paw, 643; Eagle first hotel Grand
Rapids, 95, 98; Howell, (Temperance)
178-180; first west of Monroe, 480; In-
graham's on Grand Rapids road, 671;
Kalamazoo, 34; Negonce, Lowell, 62;
Old Stage House, Howell, 179; Pine
Plains, location, 162; Sweets', Grand
Rapids, 69; Three Rivers, 427, 428;
Union Hall, burned, 179; Woodworth's,
Detroit, 198; Yankee Springs descrip-

tion, 37, 38, 95.
Houghton, Douglass, Dr., state geologist,

13, 470; advocated laying out counties,
460; began maps Michigan, 637; county
named for, 471; death recorded, 113,
471; gave first copper report, 470; sketch,

471.
Houghton county, named for state geo-

logist, 471.
House, Bissonette, described, 504; early

described, 328; Musgrove Evans' marked
at Tecumseh, 479; first in Allegan, 157;
government at Mackinac, 86; in Paris
marked Franklin's home, 133; log de-
scription, 641; pioneer described, 3, 177,

487; pretentious, 660, 661.
Howard, A. H., manager railroad ball, 101.
Howard, Jacob M., nominee for atty. gen.,

272, 273; trouble over Michigan bound-

ary, 625.
Howe, George, committee work annual
meeting, 1, 3; reported St. Clair pioneer

society, 5.
Howe, Seymour E., pioneer Howell, 192.
Howell, A. P., Rev. of Howell, 183.

179.

265.

Howell, Thomas, N. Y., village named for,

177.
Howell, (Livingston Center) city, Academy

short lived, 181; biographies pioneers,
185-188; county seat established at, 180;
formerly Livingston Center, 176; history
by Mrs. Batcheler, 176-185; Elisha H.
Smith, 185-195; origin of name, 177;

platted by Crane & Brooks, 177.
Howell, township, population by sections,

194, 195,
Howell Woman's Club, paper from, 176-

185.
Hoxey, —, employee of Gen. Cass, 571.
Hoxey (Hoxie) settlement, name changed

to Romeo, 153, 154; origin of name, 571.
Hoxie, - , Almira merchant, 317.
Hoyt, Mary M., Mrs., gave biography Mrs.

Stone, 171-176; remarks by, 37, 38.
Hubbard, Bela, 78, 113, 156, 449, 550.
Hubbard, David, Kalamazoo, 34, 523.
Hubbard, James, Mr. and Mrs., teachers

Kalamazoo, 532.
Hubbard, Joseph, pioneer Howell, 192.
Hubbell, —, built first gristmill Benzonia,

305.
Hubbell, Jay A., Hon., sketch, 348.
Hubbell, Samuel S., Oakland pioneer, 348.
Hubbell, Sardis F., 180; sketch, 187.
Hudson, Lester, death reported, 22.
Hudson, Lester, Mrs., death reported, 22.
Hudson, William, pioneer Howell, 189.
Hughes, A., supt. Western Stage company,
Hughes, David Darwin, sketch cited, 587.
Hulbert, John, judge, 198, 200.
Hulbert, John, Mrs., (Marie Schoolcraft)

198, 199, 201.
Hull, William, gen., first gov. Mich, terri-

tory, 91, 445, 631; removed from gov-

ernorship, 446; surrendered Detroit, 632.
Hulst, Henry, Mrs., paper Indian Myths

and Legends cited, 39, 40.
Hume, A, M., Mrs., foster child of Deweys,

691.
Hungerford, Angeline Haze, Mrs., gave
memoir of father, 17, 709-712, member

society, 52.
Hunt, -, judge, Washington, D. C., 97.
Hunt, Frances A., (Mrs. H. C. Parke) 348.
Hunt, Harriet L., (Mrs. Ebenezer S. Sib-

ley) 97.
Hunt, James B., Mich. member congress,

346, 348.
Hunt, Margaret, (Mrs. Edson Hyde) 346.
Hunt, Tom, Adjt., 490.
Hunt, Washington, bought E. & K. R. R.,

495.

Huntington, William C., Dr., Howell, 178,
Huntley & Son, landlords, 179.
Hurd, Jarvis, defendent in Crosswhite

fugitive slave case, 220, 246, 253, 256,

260, 266, 276, 277; judgment against,
Hures, name for boars, 465.
Hurlbut, Francis B., protege Aunt Emily

Ward, 582.
Huron county, meaning of name, 465.
Huron lake, original name Ottawawa, 459.
Huron river, name changed to Clinton,

449, 450, 457.
Hurons, Indian tribe called Wendat or

Wyandottes, 463, 465; had fort St. Ig-
nace, 90; names for, 440, 441; sketch,

463.
Hurst, (Hursh) Isabella, first white child

born in Isabella county, 457.
Hurst, (Hursh) John M., 457, 458.
Hussey, Erastus, abolitionist, editor Liberty

Press, 221, 263, 271; 284; called political
meeting at Jackson, 270; death recorded,
285; important work of, 272, 276, 277,
280; offices held, 265, 274; sketch cited,

257.
Hussey, Erastus, Mrs., (Sarah E. Bowen)

death recorded, 285.
Hussey, Susan, Mrs., 285.
Huston, Hosea B., col., 528.
Huston, J. S., 181.
Hutchins, -, miller Howell, 177.
Hutchins, Harrison, Allegan, 163.
Hutchins, Harry B., President U. of M.

address, 46, 47; reception to, 47.
Hutchins, Laura C., Mrs., (Harrison) story

"The Woods," 162, 163,
Hutchins, Thomas, Capt., geographer gen-

eral, map described, sketch, 630.
Hutchinson, John, 432.
Hutchinson, William, 432.
Hyde, -, youngest daughter of George,

347.
Hyde, Adeline, (Mrs. Orlando B. Clark)

346.
Hyde, A. O., anti-slavery whig, Marshall,
Hyde, Charles, death recorded, 347.
Hyde, Charles Milton, (son of Milton)

death recorded, 348.
Hyde, Edson, surveyor, married Margaret

Hunt, 346, 348.
Hyde, Edson, Mrs., (Margaret Hunt, Mrs.

H. G. Barnum) 346.
Hyde, Fannie, (Fanny) (Mrs. Warren

Kneeland) 343, 344.
Hyde, George, rover, 346, 347.
Hyde, Harriette, (Mrs. Frederick L. Wells)

347, 348.
Hyde, Julia Josephine, (Mrs. Edward L.

Keith) 348.
Hyde, Lewis, Michigan pioneer, 343, 345;

in war 1812, death recorded, 344.
Hyde, Lewis, Mrs., (Lucy Hatch) 343.
Hyde, Lydia, (Mrs. William Ives) 347.

247.

497.

Hunt & Eaton, publishers, 352.
Hunter, Peter, lieut. gen. letter from Earl

Selkirk cited, 79, 82.
Huntington, -, Miss, (Mrs. Dana) 343.
Huntington, Samuel, signer Declaration

Independence, 343.
Huntington, William, Dr., Howell, 178.
Huntington, William, Mrs., 185,

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