Name Index to Manchester Calendars

Manchester Area Historical Society Calendars
Name Index to Early Manchester Landowners,
Residents, and Visitors for 1984-2002

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LEGEND:   n = listed in calendar notes only,   gen. = generation,
  b. = born,   m. = married,   d. = died,   ca = circa, about,
  s/o = son of,   d/o = daughter of,   w/o = wife of,   h/o = husband of,
  Twp. = township

Name
Year
calendar mo/yr
listed as...
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Ackerson, Nellie 1888-1967 1/92 teacher, principal
  1969 12/95 donated land for Manchester United Methodist Church
Adrian, Charlie ca1870s 3/88 brewery owner
Agosti, Mrs. Aluena 1954 3/91 3rd homeowner
Ahrens Family 1987 1/87 recent homeowner
Aichele, Elizabeth 1866 12/86, 8/91 original homeowner
Aichele, Henri 1866 12/86, 8/91 original homeowner
Alber Family 1890 10/86 cider mill
  1991-2000 9/00 centennial farm, Freedom Twp.
Alber, Anna <1991 n02 centennial farm, Freedom Twp.
  9/00 ran cider mill until 1991
Alber, John Michael 1881 9/00 purchased farm, orchard;
Alber, Michael 1855 9/00 moved to Freedom Twp.
  1890 9/00 erected cider mill, 
  9/00 s/o Al & Anna Alber, ran cider mill until 1991
Alber, Michael Phillip >1881, <1991 9/00 1st gen.
Alber, Nathan O. >1881, <1991 9/00 2nd gen., s/o Michael Phillip Alber
Alber, Nathan Allen "Al" until 1991 n02 centennial farm, Freedom Twp.
  10/89 owner of orchard, cider mill, 
  9/00 s/o Nathan O. Alber, ran cider mill until 1991, 
Allgayer, Fr. Ferdinand 1867 12/99 Catholic priest
  1870 10/00, 12/99 built first Catholic Church
Altenbernt, Louis 1923 10/95 previous farm owner
Althouse Family 1955 2/90 recent homeowner
Anzalone Family 1999 n99 owners of Whippoorwill Farm
Armbruster, Dorothy 1976 n84-90, n99 Manchester Historical Society founder
Armstrong Family 1860 2/87 original homeowner
  1972 3/84 recent homeowner
Armstrong, Louis 1945-65 8/95 perform at Allie's Resort
Arnett Family 1975 7/99 Alma's Beauty Salon
Austin, Richard <1984 n84-86 artist's subject, Secretary of State
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Babcock, Ella 1898 10/02 sold farm to August & Euthema Kuhl, w/o James
Babcock, James L. 1898 10/02 sold farm to August & Euthema Kuhl, h/o Ella
Bachert Family 2001-2002 2/01, 12/01, 2/02 Flower Garden of Manchester
Bahnmiller Family 1867 5/02 arrived from Germany
Bahnmiller, Christina Barbara 1877 5/02 married Gottlieb Horning
Baldwin, Francis 1868 4/00 building site, Iron Creek Church
Baldwin, Lyman 1868 6/87 original homeowner
Bates Family 1984-  12/01, 6-7/02 dentist
Becktel Family 1999-2001 n99, n01 Farm Bureau Insurance agent
Beneke, Tex 1945-65 8/95 perform at Allie's Resort
Bentschneider Family 1954 6/94 Manchester Tool & Die
  1963-78 2/95, 10/00, 6/01 founded Manchester Stamping Corp.
Berman, John 1989 9/89 recent barn/farm owner
Bernick, Fr. 1839 12/99 missionary priest
Bessac Family >1853 4/88, 2/92 2nd homeowner
Betz, Eugene "Gene" >1900 11/90 garage owner
Black Family 1866 n01 moved to Manchester
Blosser-Grossman Family 1856-1989 3/89 homeowners
Blumenauer Family 2002 n02, cover centennial farm, Sharon Twp.
Blumenauer, Bertha (Ernst) 1918 n02 2nd gen., d/o Lewis & Sarah Ernst, 
  w/o Carl, purchased Ernst farm
Blumenauer, Carl Theodore "Ted" 1918 n02 purchased Lewis & Sarah Ernst farm, h/o Bertha
Blythe, Sweeny 1913 9/01 Manchester Village Football Team
Branch Family 1993 3/93 school is their home
Braun Family 1990 11/00 purchased funeral home from Ron Jenter
Breitenwischer Family 1975-2002 n02, 6-7/02 centennial farm, Freedom Twp.
  2002 n02 centennial farm, Sharon Twp.
Breitenwischer, Emma (Davidter) 1892 6-7/02 married William Breitenwischer
Breitenwischer, Gustave H. 1900s n92, 8/93 in cloth/drygoods store
  1894 11/93 Board of Directors, Union Savings Bank
Breitenwischer, Leroy 1940-1975 6-7/02 inherited farm, s/o William & Emma, d. 1975
Breitenwischer, Marie (Kurfess) 1900s 8/93 clothing drygoods store
Breitenwischer, William "Will" 1891-1940 6-7/02 purchased farm
Bristle Family 2002 n02 centennial farm, Freedom Twp.
Britton Family 1993 6/00 teacher, La Romita School of Art, Italy
Bross Family 2002 7/02, n02 centennial farm, Bridgewater Twp.
Bross, Henry Jr. 1927 7/02 1st gen., purchased father's farm
Bross, Henry Sr. 1869 7/02 immigrated from Germany, purchased farm
Brow, Louis >1880 2/91 later owner grocery/saloon
Brown, Ethel 1976 n84-90, n99 Manchester Historical Society founder
Brown, Frank L. "Buff" 1952 6/86 radio shop
Brown, Les 1945-65 8/95 perform at Allie's Resort
Bruestle, Louise (Schmidgall) <1897 12/02 worked on Jim Martin's farm
  1897 12/02 purchased farm from John Robison
Bruestle, Martin <1897 12/02 worked on Jim Martin's farm
  1897 12/02 purchased farm from John Robison
Bruestle Family 1942-2002 n02, 12/02 centennial farm, Sharon Twp.
Buckholtz 1991 9/91 school building on farm
Burnett, B. F. 1834 2/01 built Sharon Hollow sawmill
Busch, Kathleen 1990 8/90 recent homeowner
Busch, Patrick 1990 8/90 recent homeowner
Buss Family 2002 n02 collected Edna's writings
Buss, Art >1876 5/91 later farm/barn owner
Buss, Edna (Weidmayer) ca1950 9/94 one-room Short School
  2002 n02 owner, small book of writings, d/o Charles & Emma Weidmayer
Buss, Otto >1876 5/91 later farm/barn owner
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Calhoun, Mr. 1866 5/00 drug store with Dr. Van Duyn
Cannon Family 1954 6/94 Manchester Tool &amp; Die
Carpenter, Frances Armstrong >1868 6/87 4th homeowner
Carpenter, Mr. >1868 6/87 4th homeowner
Carr, Elijah 1842 8/88 original homeowner
Case, Barnabas 1870 10/00 sold land for first Catholic Church
Case, Emanuel 1832-1839 n99 built 1st grist mill; 1st Justice of the Peace
Cash ca1836 3/84 homeowner
Cash, George >1870-1913 10/00 donated land to move 1st Catholic Church
Cash, Peter 1889 2/90 3rd homeowner
Cathy, Gaita 1934 n92 School Board Trustee
Chapin, Cecelia 1976 n84-90, n99 Manchester Historical Society founder
Chapin, Robert ca1972 7/89 previous homeowner
Chase Family >1920, <1976 7/89 homeowner
Clark, Alvin 1913 9/01 quarterback, Manchester Village Football Team
Clark, Howard 1909 3/86 carpenter-builder
Clarkston, Isaac ca1860 10/99 built 118 E. Main
Conklin, Ebenezer 1894 2/90 4th homeowner
Conklin, Frank 1913 2/90 5th homeowner
Conklin, Dr. Goodrich 1867 2/90 original homeowner
Conklin, Kate 1894 2/90 4th homeowner
Conklin, Mary 1867 2/90 original homeowner
Cooper, O. William 1969 12/95 2nd minister, Manchester United Methodist Church
Corey, Hon. J. D. 1834 1/87 original homeowner
  1868 11/85, 1/91 original homeowner
Crowley, Patrick 1951 8/93 clothing drygoods store
*Curley, James, Mr. & Mrs. 1991 4/91 recent homeowner
*Currey, Alan/Allen R., D.D.S. 1985 7/00 opened dental practice
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Damburg, Walter 1969 12/95 1st minister, Manchester United Methodist Church
Davidson, Elizabeth (Mower) ca1840 10/91 original homeowner
  1856-1867 4/02 built stuccoed stone house, sold farm
Davidson, Capt. James 1832 4/02 builder from Montgomery Co., New York
  ca1840 10/91 original homeowner
  1856-1867 4/02 built stuccoed stone house, sold farm
Davidter ca1890 9/91 school building
Davidter, Emma 1892 6-7/02 from Rogers Corners, married William Breitenwischer
Davidter, Royal "Bakie" ca1920 n01, 11/01 photo of hardware store assembly area
  ca1940 9/92, n92 hardware store interior
Dayss, Edward 1915 3/95 early farm owner
Dayss, Helen Reinmold 1915 3/95 early farm owner
Dayss Family 1950 3/95 previous farm owner
Dicks, Floyd 1959 1/02 barn moved to Irwin centennial farm
Dieterle Family 2002 n02, 8/02  
Dieterle, Anna Maria 1853 8/02 immigrated, w/o Michael, 1st owners of farm
Dieterle, John 1900s? 8/02 2nd owners, s/o Michael & Anna Maria Dieterle
Dieterle, Lena 1900s? 8/02 2nd owners, w/o John
Dieterle, Michael 1853 n02, 8/02 immigrated Durrweiler, Wurttenburg to NYC, 1st owners of farm, h/o Anna Maria
Dietle, Clarence 1913 9/01 left T., Manchester Village Football Team
Dietle, Parker 1914 8/93 in cloth/drygoods store
Disbrow Family 1955 9/02 owners of Peter Van Winkle farm
  1993 2/93 recent homeowner
  2002 n02 sesquicentennial farm, Manchester Twp.
Doelker, Earl 1913 9/01 left guard, Manchester Village Football Team
Dorsey, Tommy 1945-65 8/95 perform at Allie's Resort
Dresselhouse, Adelaide 1839 6-7/02 w/o John Huehl
Dresselhouse, Ed ca1920 n01, 11/01 photo of hardware store assembly area
  ca1940 9/92, n92 hardware store interior
Dresselhouse, Mrs. Vernon 1926-38 8/01 teacher, Pleasant Lake School
Dubois, Elizabeth 1851 6/02 sold farm to Uriah Every
Dubois, John 1851 6/02 sold farm to Uriah Every
Dunckel, O. E. 1934 n92 Superintendent of Schools
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Edelstein, Rev. S. >1862 4/99 first resident pastor, Emanuel Church
Einkorn, George ca1870s 3/88 brewery owner
Ellington, Duke 1945-65 8/95 perform at Allie's Resort
English, Annetta ca1895 8/87 d/o Benjamin
English, Benjamin, Mr. & Mrs. ca1895 8/87 early homeowners
  1894 11/93 Board of Directors, Union Savings Bank
English, Cordelia 1868 4/00 started building fund, Iron Creek Church
English, Elwin 1920s 8/87 s/o Benjamin
English, John 1868 4/00 started building fund, Iron Creek Church
Ernst, Bertha 1918 n02 d/o Lewis & Sarah, married Carl Blumenauer
Ernst, Lewis 1900 n02 purchased farm from John & Mary Schlict
Ernst, Sarah (Schlict) 1900 n02 d/o John & Mary, 1st gen., purchased farm
Esch, Arlene <1970 6-7/02 2nd gen., d/o Lambert & Welda, m. Richard Paul
  1970 6-7/02 purchased farm
Esch, Henry 1891 6-7/02 married 1st widow of Henry Uphaus, she died 1903
  >1903 6-7/02 married 2nd Sarah
Esch, Lambert 1934 6-7/02 1st gen., s/o Henry & Sarah, married Wilda
  1943 6-7/02 s/o Henry & Sarah, purchased farm from estate
Esch, Morgan >1850 9/87 barn owner
Esch, Sarah >1903 6-7/02 married Henry Esch
Esch, Wilda 1934 6-7/02 1st gen., married Lambert
Eschelbach Family 2002 6-7/02 five grandchildren of Harold & Almarine own the centennial farm, Freedom Twp.
Eschelbach, Almarine 1927 n02, 6-7/02 built house after married Harold, 
Eschelbach, Bertha 1898 6-7/02 w/o Gottlieb Frederick Horning
Eschelbach, Harold 1927 6-7/02 s/o Will, built house after married Almarine
Eschelbach, Jacob B. 1854-1870 s 6-7/02 purchased farm
Eschelbach, Will 1870s 6-7/02 inherited farm from Jacob B. Eschelbach
Every Family 1991 6/02 4th gen., inherited farm
Every, Etta 1894 6-7/02 2nd gen., w/o William, inherited farm
Every, Harold <1894 6/02 3rd gen., s/o William & Etta, b. before 1894?
  >1951-1991 6/02 inherited farm, d. 1991
Every, Maransa >1851 6/02 1st gen., s/o Uriah, inherited farm
Every, Uriah 1851-1888 6/02 purchased farm from Jacob & Elizabeth Dubois, d. 1888
Every, Ward <1894 6/02 3rd gen., s/o William & Etta, b. before 1894?
Every, William "Will" 1894 6/02 2nd gen., s/o Maransa, inherited farm
  1897-1915 6/02 Bridgewater Twp. Supervisor, farmer
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Fahey Family 1994 5/94 recent owner
  1999 7/99 building owner, A&J Travel on 1st floor
Fahey, John ca1946 5/94 son, working the farm
Fahey, Michael (Sammy) 1880 5/94 purchased farm land
Fargo, Stephen 1835 8/85 original homeowner
  1839-1842 n99 owned Manchester Grist Mill
Feldkamp, Anna Maria (Mary) ca1850s n02 married Johann Heinrich Schlicht
  1859 n02 German, purchased farm in Sharon Twp.
Feldkamp Family 2002 2/02 resided on Raab farm
  1948 10/95 built new farmhouse
  1994 2/94 Baker's Dozen patron
  2000 n00, 6/00 local artist
Feldkamp, Esther <1910 1/87 married C. William Lamming
Feldkamp, Hulda Luckhardt 1923 10/95 recent farmhouse owner
Feldkamp, Paul 1948 10/95 built new farmhouse
Feldkamp, Paul 1923 10/95 recent farmhouse owner
Fielder Family 1953 6/94 Manchester Tool & Die
  1963-78  2/95, 10/00, 6/01 founder Manchester Stamping Corp.
  1994, 1999 6/94, 9/99 Manchester Tool & Die
Finkbeiner Family mid 1950s-2002 1/01, 8/02 Bridgewater Lumber Co.
Finkbeiner, Edwin 1938 1/01, 8/02 purchased Bridgewater Lumber Co.
Finkbeiner, Jake 1938 1/01, 8/02 purchased Bridgewater Lumber Co.
Finkbeiner, Ruben 1938 1/01, 8/02 purchased Bridgewater Lumber Co.
Fish, Homer <1900 7/01 proprietor of barber shop
Fisher, Fr. Edwin 1909 12/99 priest, built St. Mary's Catholic Church
Fitzmeier, Euthema 1898 10/02 w/o August Kuhl
Fleck Family 1984-2002 6/00, 9/01, 4/02 founded Manchester Automotive
  1984 6/00 renamed Dan's Westside Automotive
Ford, Henry 1920s 10/90 restored cooper shop
  1927 2/01 purchased Sharon Hollow grist mill and sawmill for auto parts plant
  1931-32 10/84, 1/88 mill restored
  1937-57 6/01 Manchester Mill; parts plant in 1957
  1941 1/85 factory built
  >1885 12/94 bought for Sharon Farm & Mill
Ford, Henry Mead >1868 4/00 1st full time pastor, Iron Creek Church
Fountain, Jabez ca1853  5/84, 4/88, n00 original homeowner, 
  n00 cover photo
  1842 12/84, 2/92 original homeowner
  ca1910 11/89 parlor of home
French, S. K. 1915 11/91 concrete bridge abutments
Fuller, Densel ca1940 9/92, n92 hardware store interior
Fusillier Family 1987 6/87 recent homeowner
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Garrison, C. 1913 9/01 right end, Manchester Village Football Team
Gieske Family <1980 6-7/02 family
  2000 5/00 photo of Sharon Hollow
Gieske, Clarence 1916 5/00 purchased Sharon Hollow General Store
Gieske, Clayton 1916 5/00 purchased Sharon Hollow General Store
Gieske, Clyde 1916 5/00 delivery for Sharon Hollow General Store
Gilbert, David >1842 8/88 2nd homeowner
Gilbert, John 1835 8/85 landowner
Gillet, Addis >1860 8/90 original homeowner(?)
Gillett, Amasa 1834 2/01 built Sharon Hollow sawmill
Gillies >1880 1/94 4th homeowner
Gindlesberger Family 1997-2002 5/00, 3/01, 11/02 pharmacist/manager, Manchester Pharmacy
Glatz, Amanda ca1919 1/95 sleigh at Dancehill Farm
Glatz, Edwin ca1919 1/95 sleigh at Dancehill Farm
Glatz, Jacob ca1919 1/95 sleigh at Dancehill Farm
Gorak, Carol (Raab) 2002 2/02 her estate part owner of family farm
Gordon Family 1987 8/86 recent homeowner
Greene Family 1994-01 n94, n95, n99, n00, n01 Greene Manufacturing, Inc.
Grossman Family 1954 6/90 leased gas station
  ? 7/93 cook at chicken broil
Grossman, Elizabeth 1976 n84-90, n99 Manchester Historical Society founder and first president
Grossman-Blosser Family 1856-1989 3/89 homeowner
Guinen, Alice 1938 8/01 Pleasant Lake School teacher, centennial
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Haab Family 1994 8/94 hardware store
Haab, Emanuel 1930s 8/94 chicken battery
Haeussler Family >1853 4/88, 2/92 3rd homeowner
  ca1910 11/89 parlor of home
  2002 n02 farm owner
Haeussler, George J. 1876 1/93 drug store, purchased from Lynch and Van Dyne
  5/01 druggist, trade card
Haeussler, Raynor  >1876-1952  1/93, 5/00, 7/01 drug store; pharmacist, Manchester Village president, 3 yrs., School board member, 6 yrs., Union Savings Bank director, life member, Blue Lodge of Masons.
  1883 3/01 trade card ad for drug store
Hamilton Family  1978-2002  10/00, 6/01, 3/02 Manchester Stamping Corp.
Hardenburgh Family 1945 5/85 recent homeowner
Havens Family 1995-98 n00 Manchester Area Historical Society president
Haug, Philip 1915 12/00 carpenter, joiner from Detroit, built German Church
Heidenreich, Fr. Daniel 1895-1900 12/99 priest, St. Mary's Catholic Church
Heimerdinger Family >1880 1/89 2nd homeowner
Heimerdinger, George ca1880 1/94 original homeowner
  1894 11/93 Board of Directors, Union Savings Bank
Helton Family 2001-02 2/01, 2/02 owner, The Flower Garden of Manchester
Hendley, Jim >1913 4/91 2nd homeowner
Hendley, Virginia >1913 4/91 2nd homeowner
  ? 4/94 friend of the Lehrs
Henzie, Bill 1913 9/01 left end, Manchester Village Football Team kicking goal, Manchester Village Football Team
Herman, Woody 1945-65 8/95 perform at Allie's Resort
Hildner, Rev. J. G. 1862 4/99 organized Emanuel Church, pastor of Bethel Church, Freedom Twp.
Hill Family 1994 3/94 instrument maker, farm
  2002 n02 centennial farm, Bridgewater Twp.
Hinderer Family 2002 n02 centennial farm, Freedom Twp.
Hixon, Col. Daniel 1833 2/00 1st settler, Bridgewater Twp.
Hoener, Lydia >1880 2/91 later owner grocery/saloon
Hoener, Ray >1880 2/91 later owner grocery/saloon
Hoffer, Mamie 1969 12/95 bequest to Manchester United Methodist Church
Hoffer, William 1903-1924 n99 purchased Southern Washtenaw Mills, renamed Manchester Roller Mills
  1924 n99 mill destroyed by fire
  1924 1/90 owned grist mill
  1926-1940 n99 rebuilt mill for animal feed
Holt, Noah 1896-1903 n99 converted Farmer's Grist Mill, renamed Southern Washtenaw Mills (flour)
  1896-1903 n99 purchased/expanded Southern Wash. Mills
Holt, William 1880s-189 0s 7/99 ice cream parlor
Hoover Family 1988 9/88, 1/00? owned building on Main St.
Horning 1894 11/93 Board of Directors, Union Savings Bank
Horning, Alton Gottlieb >1900 5/02 2nd gen., s/o Gottlieb F. & Bertha, purchased their farm
Horning, Bertha (Eschelbach) >1898 5/02 1st gen., w/o Gottlieb Frederick
Horning, Christina Barbara (Bahnmiller) 1867 5/02 Family immigrated from Germany
  1877 5/02 married Gottlieb, purchased farm
  1898 5/02 built house
Horning Family 2002 n02 centennial farm, Freedom Twp., 
  <2002 5/02 purchased family farm
Horning, Eleanor (Feldkamp) >1900 5/02 2nd gen., w/o Alton Gottlieb
Horning, Gottlieb 1869 5/02 Family immigrated from Germany
  1877 5/02 married Christina, purchased farm
  1898 5/02 built house
Horning, Gottlieb Frederick >1898 5/02 1st gen., s/o Gottlieb & Christina, purchased their farm
Horodeczny Family 1959 6/95, 3/00 4th farmhouse owners
Horodeczny, Dmytro 1959 6/95 3rd farmhouse owners
Horodeczny, Eva 1959 6/95 3rd farmhouse owners
Houck, Amelia Younghans >1872 1/86 2nd homeowner
Houck, Fred G. >1872 1/86 2nd homeowner
Hoy, George W. 1870 10/00 contractor, first Catholic Church
Huber, Erwin "Red" 1954 6/90 leased gas station
Huber, Ferdinand 1920 n01 Ford dealership and garage
Huber, George 1919 11/86 original barn owner
Huehl Family 1976-2002 n02 sesquicentennial farm, Freedom Twp.
Huehl, Adelaide (Dresselhouse) <1839 6-7/02 w/o John
Huehl, Adelaide (Schlict) >1839 6-7/02 1st gen., w/o John G.
Huehl, Earl >1976 6-7/02 3rd gen., inherited farm, h/o Mildred
Huehl, Elizabeth (Koebbe) >1840, <1980 6-7/02 2nd gen., w/o John F.
Huehl, John 1837 6-7/02 immigrated, h/o Adelaide
  1839 6-7/02 purchased farm, built log cabin
Huehl, John F. >1840, <1980 6-7/02 2nd gen., s/o John G. & Adelaide, h/o Elizabeth
Huehl, John G. <1839 6-7/02 1st gen., s/o John & Adelaide, h/o Adelaide
Huehl, Mildred (Gieske) <1976 6-7/02 3rd gen., w/o Earl
Hunt Family 1995 1/95 recent owner, Dancehill Farm
Huntsbarger Family 1999-2002 7/01, n02 owner, Dan's River Grill
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Irwin Family 2002 1/02 family farm
Irwin, Amy >1860s-<1950s  1/02 w/o John
Irwin, Donald "Don" 1959 1/02 barn fire, died 1999
  1995 11/95 recent farm owner, township board member
  2002 n02 sesquicentennial farm, Sharon Twp.
Irwin, Edith >1860s-<1950s  1/02 married Max
Irwin, James Emery 1837 11/95, 1/02 original farm owner
Irwin, James Leeman 1864 1/02 1st gen., s/o James & Emery, died in Civil War, Battle of Petersburg
Irwin, John >1860s-<1950s 1/02 3rd gen., h/o Amy
Irwin, John Emery 1864 1/02 2nd gen., fought at Battle of Petersburg
Irwin, Max >1860s-<1950s 1/02 4th gen., s/o John & Amy
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Jackson, Pres. Andrew 1842 8/88 signed land deed
Jacob, Charlie ca1914 9/89 built barn to replace burned barn
Jacob, Emil ? 7/95 d. WWI, American Legion Hall
Jacob, Herbert mid-late 1900s 9/89 operated farm
Jenter Family 1864 11/00, 11/01 furniture store, funeral directors, caskets
  1990 10/00 sold funeral home to Martin Braun
Jenter, Ernest 1886 7/91 Rauschenberger partner: furniture, undertaking
Johnson, Mr. 1910 n99 made flower bed of water trough
Johnson, Harry >1880 1/89 3rd owner
Johnson, Peter <1900 7/01 Peter Johnson's Candy Kitchen
Jones, Dr. & Mrs. J. R. >1860 8/90 early homeowners
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Kader, Godfrey 1876 5/91 farm/barn owner
Kaiser Brothers >1876 5/91 later farm/barn owners
Kapp, Dr. Christian 1882 9/88 built stores
  1894 11/93 Board of Directors, Union Savings Bank
Kappler >1849 8/86 original homeowner
Keeler, Matthew 1850 9/87 built stone barn
Kelley, Hon. Frank J. 1995 n99 Attorney General of Michigan, 
  dedicated John B. Swainson Room
Kemner, Laurence 1943 10/93 5th farmhouse owner
Kennedy, Sen. Ted <1984 n84-86 artist's subject
Kent, Dr. L. C. 1934 n92 School Board President
Kenton, Stan 1945-65 8/95 perform at Allie's Resort
Kiebler, Al <1939 7/90 pasture for ball games
Kief, John ca1870 7/87 built Green Hotel
  >1842 8/88 2nd homeowner
Kief, John D. 1854 4/89 owner, built Farmer's Grist Mill to replace burned mill
Kief, Mary E. <1852 3/91 married Geo. O. Merriman
Kimble, William 1880s-90s 8/99 owner of Stoneboat Factory
King Family 1985 8/85 recent homeowner
  1994-<1999 2/94, 10/99 previous owner, 118 E. Main St.
Kingsley, H. J. >1882 9/88, 1/00 owned hardware store
Kingsley, J. H. 1892-1902 7/00 operated Premium Mills, 10-year electricity franchise for Manchester business district
Kirchgessner Family 1915 3/95 former farm owners
Kirchhofer Family ca1853 5/84 recent homeowner
Kirchhofer, Elizabeth 1871-1908 n00 daughter of homeowner
Kirchhofer, Heinrich 1871-1908 n00 homeowner, merchant in groceries, dry goods, shoes, wool
Kirchhofer, Henry 1871-1908 n00 homeowner
Kirchhofer, Hugo 1871-1908 n00 sone of homeowner
  1908-1955 n00 moved to California, voice teacher at Hollywood High School, a founder of Hollywood Bowl Association
Kirchhofer, Julia 1871-1908 n00 daughter of homeowner
Kirchhofer, Lydia (Schmidt) 1871-1908 n00 homeowner, member Emanuel German Evangelical Church women's organization "Frauenverein"
Kirchhoffer, Marie ? 7/90, n00 memorial to teacher
  n00 daughter of homeowner
Kirk, Mr. 2001 n01 Kirk Excavating
Kirkwood, D. 1854-96 4/89 built Farmer's Grist Mill
Kirkwood, George 1910-27 2/01 Sharon Hollow grist mill
Klager Family ? 7/93 cook at chicken broil
  ca1930 4/95 Klager Hatchery
Knapp Family 2000 n00, 11/00 local artist
Knauss Family 1933 12/86, 8/91 recent homeowner
Knight Family 2002 n02 centennial farm, Bridgewater Twp.
Koceski 1900s? 1/86 3rd homeowner
Koebbe, Elizabeth >1840, <1980 6-7/02 married John F. Huehl
Kramer, Bill 1913 9/01 fullback, Manchester Village Football Team
Krauss, Harry 1969-92  1/93, 5/00, 3/01 pharmacist, owned drug store purchased from Uphaus, d. 1992
Kreutel, Fr. 1839 12/99 missionary priest
Krupa, Gene 1945-65 8/95 perform at Allie's Resort
Kuebler, H. F. 1930s 5/92 plumbing shop
Kuhl Family 1985 3/85 farm owner
  2002 n02 centennial farm, Sharon Twp.
Kuhl, Mr. 1894 11/93 Board of Directors, Union Savings Bank
Kuhl, August "Gus" 1898 10/02 purchased farm of James L. & Ella Babcock, built house
  early 1900s 10/02 Sharon Twp. road commissioner, farmer, made wagon racks, insurance salesman for German Farmers Mutual
Kuhl, Euthema (Fitzmeir) 1898 10/02 purchased farm of James L. & Ella Babcock, built house
Kuhl, Gertrude "Gert" <1898 10/02 d/o August & Euthema
  <1941 10/02 married Joseph Rossettie
Kulenkamp, William 1934 n92 School Board Trustee
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Lamb, William 1874 10/93 original farmhouseowner
Lamming, C. William 1910 1/87 4th homeowner
Lamming, Elizaman Parr 1891 1/87 3nd homeowner
Lamming, Esther (Feldkamp) 1910 1/87 4th homeowner
Lamming, Thomas 1891 1/87 3nd homeowner
Landauer Family 1998-99 n00 Manchester Area Historical Society president
Leeman Family <1991 10/91 homeowner
  2002 n02, 4/02 centennial farm, Sharon Twp.
Leeman, Caroline >1867-1971 4/02 w/o John C.
Leeman, Christian Gottlieb 1852 4/02 immigrated from Germany, worked for James Davidson
  1867 10/91, 4/02 2nd homeowner, h/o Paulina, purchased farm from James & Elizabeth Davidson
Leeman, John C. >1867-1971 10/91, 4/02 3rd homeowner, s/o Christian & Paulina
Leeman, Mabel 1971 4/02 2nd gen., w/o Sydney W.
Leeman, Paulina 1867 4/02 w/o Christian G., purchased farm from Davidsons
Leeman, Sydney W. 1971 10/91, 4/02 4th homeowner, s/o John C. & Caroline, h/o Mabel
Lehr Family ? 4/94 flower gardens
Lehr, Emma 1914 8/93 in cloth/drygoods store
Lewis, Eli Hoyt 1867 2/90 house builder
Limpert Family (5 generations) 1834 3/00 settled in Manchester
  1963 n01 moved to Manchester, outbuildings demolished
  1983  1/84, n84-90, n99 shop renovator
  1981 1/90, n99 bought Mann feed mill, converted to shops, offices, Manchester Chronicle
  n01 razed dilapidated outbuildings in alley
  >1882 9/88, 1/00 owned office building
  ? 3/00 general contractor, renovator
Linden Family 2002 n02 centennial farm, Bridgewater Twp.
Lindbert, Clarence W. 1926 12/92 Chevrolet dealer, sent Christmas postcard
Little, Jean 1976 n84-90, n99 Manchester Historical Society founder
Lockridge, Lillian >1860 8/90 early homeowner
Lockridge, Tom >1860 8/90 early homeowner
Loeffler Family 2002 n02 centennial farm, Freedom Twp.
Logan, John 1837 6-7/02 centennial farm, Manchester Twp., purchased
Logan, Neva >1837 6-7/02 married Clare Walter
Lovejoy, Benjamin 1880 1/89 original homeowner
Luccas, Mr. 1915 12/00 bricklayer from Ann Arbor, built German Church
Luckhardt, Allen 1944 8/95 bought Allie's Resort
Luckhardt, Walter >1882 9/88 owned grocery store
Luckhardt, William >1882 1/00 owned grocery store
Lutchka, Mrs. Josephine 1987 9/87 recent barn owner
Lutz, Jacob 1880 2/91, 3/00 groceries and saloon, farmstead
Lutz, Henry ca1897 6/95 original farmhouseowner
Lutz, Mary ca1897 6/95 original farmhouseowner
Lutz, children of Henry/Mary 1945 6/95 2nd farmhouse owners
Lyke, George <1943 10/93 4th farmhouse owner
Lynch, Dr. & Mrs. James A. 1867 2/84, 6/88 original homeowners
  1866-76  7/89, 1/93, 3/01 druggist, partner John D. Van Duyn, sold drug store to Haeussler
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MacIntosh Family 1964 7/85 previous homeowner
Macomber, George 1909-2000 10/01 born/died
Mack, Walter 1894 11/93 Union Savings Bank founder
  1894 11/93 Board of Directors, Union Savings Bank
Mahrle, Clarence 1913 9/01 left end, Manchester Village Football Team
Mahrle, Rudy 1913 9/01 left end, Manchester Village Football Team
Mann Family 1968 1/90, 5/93, 2/00 owners of grain elevator, Bridgewater
Mann, Earl >1938 1/90, 5/93, 2/00 built grain elevator, Bridgewater, s/o Ernest
  1968 2/00 death year
Mann, Ernest G. 1938 1/90, 5/93, 2/00 purchased Farmer's Produce Co., grist mill in Bridgewater, built grain elevator
  1940-81 n99 purchased Mann Mill (feed)
  1955 2/00 death year
Mann, Willard >1938  1/90, 5/93, 2/00 built grain elevator, Bridgewater, s/o Ernest
  1976 2/00, n01 retired; E. G. Mann & Sons is the oldest operating business on original site in Michigan
Marsh Family 1989 9/89 recent barn/farm owner
Marshall Family 1989 7/89, 9/02 recent homeowner
  1983-2002 n99, n00, n01, 9/02 owner, Manchester Antique Mall
Marshall, Ben 1969 12/95 land for Manchester United Methodist Church
Martin, Mrs. Eliza Cash >1860 6/91 early homeowner
Martin, Freddi 1945-65 8/95 perform at Allie's Resort
Martin, Jim <1897 12/02 employed Martin & Louise Bruestle
Martin, Lydia 1864 7/85, 12/88 original homeowner
Martin, Hiram 1864 7/85, 12/88 original homeowner
Marx, Leroy 1923 n99 Village Clerk
  1934 n92 School Board Secretary
Marx, Mr. <1900 n92, 7/01 men's clothing store: Yockum & Marx, later Marx & Marx
McComber Sr., George 1909-2000 10/01 birth/death years, dedication
McGlaughlin, Fr. Daniel 1900-09 12/99 priest, St. Mary's Catholic Church
McKibben Family ca1990s 2/92 recent homeowner
McMahon Family >1874 10/93 3nd farmhouse owner
Menzel, Rev. Theophil 1948 1/01 Food for Peace ceremony, Bridgewater
Merithew, Robert >1842 8/88 3rd homeowner
  1945 1/87 5th homeowner
Merriman, Geo. O. 1852 3/91 2nd homeowner
Merriman, Mary E. (Kief) 1852 3/91 2nd homeowner
Meyers, Dr. 1860s 5/86 original homeowner
Michaelson Family 2000 n00, 1/00 local artist
Miller, Glen 1945-65 8/95 perform at Allie's Resort
Mills, Clemma 1843 8/02 sold farm land to Peter Van Winkle
Mills, Stephen 1843 8/02 sold farm land to Peter Van Winkle
Minor Family >1876 5/91 recent farm/barn owner
Morgan, Thomas 1880s 8/92 store
Morschheuser, Theodore 1909 9/90 wagon factory > blacksmith
Moyad Family 1976 10/94 recent farmstead owner
Murphy Family 1992-2002 5/00, 3/01, 11/02 owners of Manchester Pharmacy
Murray Family 1986 3/91 recent homeowner
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Nathan Family 1970 3/91 4th homeowner
Neebling, William F. 1877 9/90 built wagon factory
Nelson Family 2001 n01 Ypsilanti, photo retouching
  2002 n02 owner Bridgewater Tire Co.
Neumann, Rev. J. >1862 4/99 pastor, Bethel Church
Nisle, George 1944 8/95 sold Resort
  1886 8/00 Council purchased his land for City Hall
Noble, Charles 1842-1853 n99 purchased Manchester Grist Mill with Austin Wing,  rebuilt as Farmer's Grist Mill after fire
Nollar >1880 1/94 2nd homeowner
Nordman, Alice (Guinen) 1938 8/01 teacher, Pleasant Lake School Centennial
Nordman, George 1938 8/01 husband of Alice (Guinen) Nordman
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O'Conner Family 1999 10/99 owner, Baker's Dozen bakery
Ockrow, Douglas 1917 n01 died, barber at Manchester Hotel, Civil War veteran of the 102nd Colored Infantry, Vice Commander of GAR
Ockrow, Mrs. Douglas <1920 n01 music teacher
Ockrow, William L. 1818-1892 n01 born/died, manservant for L. D. Watkins Family
Okey Family 1991 1/91 recent homeowner
Ostrander Family 1992 3/95 recent farm owners
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Palmer, David 1860 3/87 original homeowner
Palmer, Jane 18?? 2/93 historian/librarian
Parker Family 1993 4/93 largest barn
Parr Family 1977 n84-90, n99, n00 Manchester Area Historical Society president
  1985 10/85, 12/94 recent homeowner
  1989 11/89 owns dictionary stand
Parr, Alta 1940 3/86 2nd homeowner
Parr, Clayton 1850s-191 0s 5/89 original homeowner
Parr, Hiram 1909 3/86 original homeowner
Parr, Louise Cash 1909 3/86 original homeowner
Parr, Lowell 1940 3/86 s/o Hiram, 2nd homeowner
Paul <1976 10/94 previous farmstead owner
Paul Family <1970 6-7/02 purchased farm
Post Family 1986 3/86 recent homeowner
Potter Family 1994 1/94 recent homeowner
Prescott, James 2002 n02 centennial farm, Manchester Twp.
Priest, O. 1870 10/00 contractor, first Catholic Church
Pursell, Carl <1984 n84 artist's subject
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Raab Family 2002 n02, 2/02 photo of children, sesquicentennial farm, Bridgewater Twp.
Raab, Carol 1950s 2/02 w/o Mr. Gorak, photo as child
Raab, Jacob Sr. 1850 2/02 purchased farm, Columbia Lake
  1858 2/02 built house
Raab, Jacob Jr. >1850 2/02 1st gen., s/o Jacob Sr.
Raab, Lydia >1850 2/02 2nd gen., w/o Theodore
Raab, Oscar 1900s 2/02 3rd gen., s/o Theodore & Lydia
Raab, Rolland 1905 2/02 3rd gen., s/o Theodore & Lydia, born 1905, h/o Helga
Raab, Theodore >1850 2/02 2nd gen., h/o Lydia
Rague, Capt. Karl M., M.D. 1941-1945 4/99 died in Belgium, s/o Rev. Henry Von Rague
Rauschenberger, John 1886 7/91, 11/01 early homeowner, furniture store, funeral parlor
Reck Family 1941 8/88 recent homeowner
Redman, Rev. Bill 1989 12/89 pastor, Iron Creek Church
Rehfuss, William 1882 9/88 built stores
Reidle, Whit 1913 9/01 right end, Manchester Village Football Team
Riedel Family <1912 4/89 married Smith
Riley, Mrs. Thomas 1938 8/01 teacher, Pleasant Lake School Centennial
Riske, Rev. 1988 11/88 pastor, St.Thomas Luth.
Robison, John 1897 12/02 sold farm to Martin & Louise Bruestle
Roepke, Pauline 1953 12/02 married Robert Bruestle
Roesch, Kay >1860 8/90 early homeowner
Roesch, Stan >1860 8/90 early homeowner
Root, Bennett C. 1852 12/87 3rd homeowner, grandson
Root, Dr. Bennett F. 1830s 9/95 early(?) homeowner
  1852 12/87 original homeowner
Root, Edwin >1852 12/87 2nd homeowner, son
Ross Family 1986 8/86 recent homeowner
Rossettie Family 1971 5/90 airport owner
  1969 10/02 farm owner
Rossettie, August M. Sr. 2002 n02 centennial farm, Sharon Twp.
Rossettie, Gertrude(Kuhl)"Gert" 1941-1969 10/02 became farm owner in 1956, w/o Joseph
Rossettie, Joseph 1941-1969 10/02 became farm owner in 1956, h/o Gertrude, 
  In Aruba blew glass instruments for Std. Oil
Rowe n/a 3/85 namesake, Rowe's Corner
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Sandford, Oliver 1850s 1/95 original owner Dancehill Farm
Schaffer, Carl >1866 8/91 original homeowner
Schaible Family 1941 4/92, n92 men's clothing store
Schaible, Adam 1920, <1876 5/89 recent homoeowner
Schaible, Adolph >1860 10/99 s/o J. Fred Schaible
Schaible, Clarence 1913 9/01 center, Manchester Village Football Team
Schaible, Frederick 1882 4/99 brick yard owner, bricks for Emanuel Church
Schaible, C. Fred >1860-<1999 7/01 C. Fred Schaible Bakery
  10/99 owner of 118 E. Main Building
Schaible, J. Fred >1860 10/99 owned grocery and dry goods
Schaible, Matthew >1874 10/93 2nd farmhouse owner
Schaible, Michael 1882 4/99 brick yard owner, bricks for Emanuel Church
Schaffer, Allen >1868 7/94 purchased Watkins Station for lumber
Schenk, John K. 1867 12/91 erected church building
Scheurer, G. H. ca1912 2/00 owner, Bridgewater General Store, dry goods, shoes, hardware
Schlicht, Anna Maria (Feldkamp) "Mary" 1859;1865 n02 of Germany, purchased farm; built house
Schlict, Adelaide >1840, <1980 6-7/02 married John Huehl
Schlict, Florence <1993 4/93 married Ted Parker
Schlicht, Johann Heinrich"John" 1859;1865 n02 of Germany, purchased farm; built house
Schlicht, Sarah ca1900 n02 2nd gen., d/o John & Mary, married Lewis Ernst
Schlicht, William 1920s 4/93 original large barn owner
Schmid, Carl 1915 12/00 German architect from Detroit, designed German Church "Die Immanuels Gemeinde"
Schmid, Rev. Friederich 1830s-40s 12/01 circuit rider, Bethel Evan. & Ref. Church, resided in Ann Arbor
Schmidgall, Louise <1897 12/02 married Martin Bruestle
Schmidt, Lydia 1871-1908 n00 married Mr. Kirchofer
Schmidt, Nate >1860 10/99 owner of 118 E. Main Building
Schneider, David <1880 2/91 remodeled grocery/saloon
Schneider, John F. 1883 n84-90, n99 blacksmith
  1911 9/90 apprentice blacksmith
  1922 9/90 purchased blacksmith
  1991 8/91 partner Carl Schaffer
Schneider, M. A. 1999-2000 n99, n00 local historian, author of <u>Manchester's First Hundred Years</u>
Schneider, Fr. William R. >1910 12/99 pastor, St. Mary's Catholic Church
Schultz, Edna ca1950 9/94 one-room Short School
Scott Family 1987 2/87 recent homeowner
Scully Family 1945 12/87 recent homeowners
Shade, William >1868 6/87 3rd homeowner
Shaffer, Carl >1866 (12/86), 8/91 blacksmith, 2nd or 3rd homeowner
Short, Wilbur 1954 9/94 one-room Short School
Sloan Family 1995 10/95 recent farmhouse owner
Sloat, David J. <1834 2/01 first house in Sharon Hollow
Smith Families 1990 3/90 recent farm owner
  2002 n02 centennial farm, Sharon Twp.
Smith, Ernest ca1905 4/90, 12/94 front yard scene; son
Smith, Esther (Riedel) 1912 4/89 photo of Southern Washtenaw Mills
Smith, Francis "Sax" 1885 10/85 grandchildren
  ca1905 4/90 in front yard
Smith, Frank, Mr. & Mrs. 1885 10/85, 12/94 original homeowners
Smith, Mahlon 1885 10/85 grandchilren
  4/86 barn owner
  1930-40s 2/91 band at saloon
  1990 3/90 recent farm owner
  ca1905 4/90 in buggy
Smith, Sam, Mr. & Mrs. 1885 2/87 homeowner, uncle
Snowman, Alfred A. >1894, <1964 4/87, 6/99 postcard maker
  1934 n92 School Board Treasurer
Sodt, Emmanual "Mannie" >1880 2/91 remodeled grocery/saloon
Sorter, Robert G. 1912 8/92 store to creamery
Soule, James 1833 n00 established Soulesville, built dam sawmill, bridge over River Raisin
Spafard ca1880 3/93 school on farm
Spafard, Franklin ca1900 12/90 original homeowner
Spafard, Minnie Sullivan ? 7/90 memorial to teacher
Spafard, Myra >1900 12/90 2nd homeowner
Spafard, Sarah ca1900 12/90 original homeowner
Sparks >1880 1/94 3nd homeowner
Spring Family 2000 n00, 4/00 local artist, occupational therapist
Stautz Family 1955 6/94 Manchester Tool & Die
  1963-78 2/95, 6/01, 10/00 founder, Manchester Stamping Corp.
Steinaway Family 2002 n02, 3/02 centennial farm, Freedom Twp.
Steinaway, Elizabeth 1839 3/02 w/o Henry John, purchased farm
Steinaway, Flora >1839 3/02 1st gen., w/o Henry
Steinaway, Harold Arthur >1839 3/02 2nd gen., s/o Henry & Flora, h/o Julia, inherited farm
Steinaway, Henry >1839 3/02 1st gen., s/o Henry John & Elizabeth, h/o Flora, inherited farm
Steinaway, Henry John 1839 3/02 purchased farm, h/o Elizabeth
Steinaway, Julia >1839 3/02 2nd gen., w/o Harold A.
Stierle Family 2002 n02 centennial farm, Freedom Twp.
Stimac Family 1987 3/87 recent homeowners
Stitt Family <1991 5/91 repaired wind damage
Stockwell Family 1994 2/94 Baker's Dozen patron
Sutton Family 1977 7/95 sold land American Legion Hall
Swainson Family 1964 7/85, 12/88 recent homeowner
*Swainson, Gov. John B.(and Associate Justice) 1964 7/85, 12/88 recent homeowner
    n85 artist's subject
  n85-90 Manchester Area Historical Society president
  n99 State Senator, Governor, Supreme Court Judge
  11/89 president, Michigan Historical Commission MI Comm. on the Bicent. of the U.S. Const.
  1994 2/94 Baker's Dozen patron
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Tapping Family 1994 2/94 Baker's Dozen patron
Teeter, Monroe >1860 8/90 early homeowner
Thelen, Jim 1976 5/89 recent homeowner
Thelen, Rene 1976 5/89 recent homeowner
Ternes, Fr. Peter 1890s-1895 12/99 1st resident pastor, St. Mary's Church
Thieme, Rev. Ernst 1910-26 10/01 pastor, Zion Lutheran Church, Freedom Twp.
Thieme, Sybial 1910-26 10/01 w/o Rev. Ernst Thieme
Thornton, Roy 1957-1980 s 6/01 purchased Ford's Manchester Mills;converted to automotive experimental station
Thrasher, David ca1900 11/90 on horse-drawn wagon
Tirb, Alma 1943 2/90 8th homeowner
Tirb, Frank 1943 2/90 8th homeowner
  >1926 12/92 Chevrolet dealer
Tirb Family 1992 12/92 Chevrolet dealer
Toburen, Carl 1938 6/90 leased gas station
Toessmer, Mr. 1915 12/00 Ann Arbor bricklayer, German Church
Torrey, Grace Corey 1863 1/87 2nd homeowner
Torrey, Orlando 1863 1/87 2nd homeowner
Trolz, Emma >1868 6/87 2nd homeowner
Trolz, Frank >1868 6/87 2nd homeowner
Trolz, Glynn 1994 7/94 farm near Watkins Station
Trolz, Loren 1999 4/00 died
Trolz, Miss Mina 1848 4/00 donated painting to Iron Creek Church
Turk Family 1991 6/91 recent homeowners
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Uhr, William Sr. & Sons 1909, 1913 3/86, 4/91 masons
Uphaus Family 2002 n02 centennial farm, Freedom Twp.
Uphaus, Mrs. Henry 1891 6-7/02 married 2nd Henry Esch
Uphaus, Lucille (Voegeding) >1939 8/01 married Mr. Uphaus
Uphaus, Millard 1935-52 5/00, 3/01 pharmacist, worked for Haeusslers
  1941 1/93, 3/01 bought into drug store
  1952-1969 3/01 sole proprietor of drug store, sold to Krauss
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Van Buren, Pres. Martin 2002 1/02 signed land grant for James Emery Irwin farm
Van-Dyne-Watkins Family 1872-ca19 72  7/89 homeowners
Van Dyne/Van Duyn, Dr. 1866-1976 7/89, 1/93, 3/01 druggist, partner of Dr. Lynch, 
  5/00 with Mr. Calhoun, sold to Haeussler
Van Dyne, John D. 1872 7/89 original homeowner
Van Lauwe, Rev. Fr. Edward 1863-67 12/99 resident priest, St. Dominics, Clinton;
  1870 12/99 first priest of Catholic Mission of Manchester
Van Winkle, Peter 1843-1886 2/93, 8/02 land owner, born Marion Twp. in Livingston Co., preacher in Napoleon, MI
Van Winkle, Virgil B. 1886 2/93, 8/02 original homeowner, s/o Peter
Vershum Family 1993 4/93 recent large barn owner
Voegeding, Lucille 1939 8/01 teacher, Pleasant Lake School
Von Rague, Rev. Henry 1930s-<1952 4/99 pastor, Emanuel Church, 21 yrs.
  1952 4/99 pastor eremitus, Emanuel Church
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Wacker Family 1960-2002 9/93, 4/00, 4/01, 7/02 G. E. Wacker, Inc., (Wacker Oil)
Wacker, Arthur "Art" 1932-60 4/00, 4/01, 7/02 Standard Oil Co. agent
  1932, 1940 12/90 renter, 3rd homeowner
  1932 9/93 photo by Wacker oil truck
Wacker, Elfrieda 1932, 1940 2/90, 4/00, 7/02 renter, 3rd homeowner
Wade, Michael 1886 2/90 2nd homeowner
Wahl, David 1938 1/01, 8/02 purchased Bridgewater Lumber Co. with Finkbeiner cousins
Walker, Hazel 1976 n84-90, n99 Manchester Historical Society founder
Walker, Jesse 1926 12/92 Christmas postcard
Walter, Clare <1960 6-7/02 owned the Walter farm, h/o Neva
Walter Family 2002 6-7/02, n02 centennial farm, Manchester Twp.
Walter, Neva (Logan) <1960 6-7/02 owned the Walter farm, w/o Clare
Walton Family 1989 11/89 parlor interior
Walton Family  1943  n84-87, n89, 4/90, n99, 2/92 previous owner, Manchester Area Historical Society founder
Walton Family 1943  12/84, 4/88, 2/92 previous homeowner
Walz, Isabella <1975 7/99 restaurant owner
Warner, Sen. John 1985 n85-86 artist's subject
Watkins Family 1872-1972 7/89 ?
Washburn brothers ca1910 3/93 in front of school
Washburn, Lillian (Buss) ca1900 3/93 photograph of school
Waters, A. J. ca1900 8/84 "castle" builder
  1894 11/93 Union Savings Bank founder
  1894 11/93 Board of Directors, Union Savings Bank
Watkins-Van Dyne Family 1872-1972 7/89 homeowners
Watkins, Luicius Dennison 1868 7/94 Watkins Station
  <1900 n01 Manchester resident
Way Family > 1860-<1999 7/91, 10/99 recent owner, 118 E. Main
Webber Family >1880 2/91 later owner grocery/saloon
Weidmayer Family 1994 9/94 photo of Short School
  <2002 8/02, n02 centennial farm, Freedom Twp.
Weidmayer, Charles <2002 n02 h/o Emma, father of Edna Buss
Weidmayer, Edna 2002 n02 sayings, prayers, recipes, married Mr. Buss
Weidmayer, Emma (Dieterle) <2002 n02, 8/02 d/o John & Lena, w/o Charles, mother of Edna Buss
Weidmayer, Erwin <2002 8/02 s/o Charles & Emma, purchased their farm
Weidmayer, Irma ca1950 9/94 one-room Short School
Weidmayer, Mary <2002 8/02 1st w/o Dale Erwin, she died
Wendell Family <1984 n84-86 artist's subject
Wenk Family 2002 n02 centennial farm, Freedom Twp.
Whitman Family 1993 10/93 6th farmhouse owner
Widmayer, Amanda 1943 2/90 7th homeowner
Widmayer, Christina 1921 2/90 6th homeowner
Widmayer, Fred 1882 9/88, 1/00, 5/01, 7/01 owned hardware store
Widmayer, George 1921 2/90 6th homeowner
Widmayer, Herbert 1882-1941 5/01 hardware store, interior 1920s
  1941 5/01 built new hardware store, s/o Fred
Widmayer, Mr. & Mrs. Herbert 1944 11/01 operated Manchester Theatre
Widmayer, Rolland 1882-1941 5/01 hardware store, interior 1920s, s/o Fred
Widmayer, Mr. & Mrs. Rolland 1941 5/01 furniture store
Widmayer, Wallace 1943 2/90 7th homeowner
Wiedman, John 1940s 2/87 homeowner
Wilkins(on), Mr. ca1835 3/91 original homeowner
Wing, Austin 1842-1853 n99 purchased Manchester Grist Mill with Chas. Noble
  1853-1896 n99 rebuilt as Farmer's Grist Mill after fire
Winzenz Family 1989 1/89 recent homeowner
Witherell, Runy C. >1870-<1912 10/00 sold home for rectory of St. Mary's Cath. Church
Wright, Mr. >1860 10/99 clerk, J. Fred Schaible grocery & dry goods
Wuerthner, Carl 1909 4/92 men's clothing store
Wuerthner, Gus 1909 4/92, n92 men's clothing store
Wuerthner, John 1894 11/93 Board of Directors, Union Savings Bank
Wuerthner, John & Sons <1900 4/92, 7/01 men's clothing store
Wurster, Adam 1913 4/91 original homeowner
Wurster, Lawrence "Dutch" 1913 9/01 Manchester Village Football Team
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Yockum, Mr. <1900 7/01 Yockum & Marx Clothing Store
Younghans, Amelia >1872 1/86  d/o Charles
Younghans, Charles 1872 1/86 original homeowner
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Zindel Family ? 7/93 cook at chicken broil
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Alber 1890 10/86 calendar sponsor
  1989, 2000 10/89, 9/00 calendar sponsor; photo
Anzalone 1999, 2001, 2002 5/99, 10/01, 12/02 calendar sponsor
Bachert 1999-2002 n99, n00, 2/01, 12/01, 2/02 calendar sponsor
Bates 1994-1995 n94, n95, n99 calendar sponsor
Becktel 1994-1995, 2002 n94, n95, n99, n02 calendar sponsor
Bentschneider 2000-2001 10/00, 6/01 calendar sponsor
Breitenwischer 2000, 2002 n00, 6-7/02 calendar history research, contributor
Bross 2002 7/02 calendar contributor
Bruestle 2002 12/02 calendar contributor
Buss 2002 8/02 calendar contributor, calendar committee
Clinansmith 2000-2002 n00-n02 calendar committee
Cummings 2000, 2002 n00, n02 calendar history research, calendar committee
Currey 1989-2002 6/89, 6/90, 1/91, 5/92, 7/93, 12/94, 5/95, 7/99, 7/00, 11/01, 10/02 calendar sponsor
Curtis 2001-2002 n01, n02 calendar committee
Dayss 1950 3/95 calendar sponsor
Disbrow 1993, 2002 2/93, 9/02 calendar sponsor, calendar contributor
Dzengeleski 1999-2000 n99, n00 calendar committee
Ebersole 2000 n00 calendar committee
Eccles 1987 12/87 calendar sponsor
Every 2002 6/02 calendar contributor
Fahey 1994 5/94 calendar sponsor
Feldkamp 1948 10/95 calendar sponsor
  1999-2002 n99-n02 calendar committee
Fielder 1995 10/95 calendar sponsor
  2000-2001 10/00, 6/01 calendar sponsor
Finkbeiner 2002 8/02 calendar sponsor
Forrester 1999-2002 5/99, 10/01, 12/02 calendar sponsor
Gilbert 1987-2001 7/87, 5/88, 8/89, 9/90, n94, n95, 2/01 calendar sponsor
Greene 1994-2002 n94, n95, n99, n00, n01, n02 calendar sponsor, Greene Mfg.
Haab 1994 8/94 calendar sponsor
Hardenburgh 1985 5/85 calendar sponsor
Havens 1995-1998 n00 calendar committee
Helton 2001 2/01 calendar sponsor
Hill 1994 3/94 calendar sponsor
Horning 2002 5/02 calendar contribution
Horodeczny 1959 6/95, 3/00 calendar sponsor
Hough 1999-2000 n99, n00 calendar committee
Huehl 2002 6-7/02 calendar contribution
Hunt 1995 1/95 calendar sponsor
Huntsbarger 2001-2002 n01, n02 calendar contributor
Irwin 2002 1/02 calendar contribution
Jeffers 1994 n94 calendar sponsor, atty
Jenter 2000 n00 calendar history research
Johnson 1987 12/87 calendar sponsor
King 1994 2/94, 10/99 calendar sponsor
Kirk 2001 n01 calendar sponsor
Knauss 1986, 1991 12/86, 8/91 calendar sponsor
Krauss 1984-1985 3/84, 9/85 calendar sponsor
Kueffner 1999-2001 n99-n01 calendar committee, ed./publ. Manchester Chronicle
Landauer 1998-1999 n00 calendar committee
Leeman 1991, 2002 10/91, 4/02 calendar sponsor, calendar contributor
Limpert 1984-1985 11/84, 12/85, 3/00 calendar sponsor
  1999-2000 n99 deltiophile, calendar committee
Little 1995 4/95 calendar sponsors
Macomber 1999, 2001, 2002 5/99, 10/01, 12/02 calendar sponsor
Marshall 2002 9/02 calendar sponsor
Marvin-Manders 1994 n94 calendar sponsor, D.O.
Mann 1999-2002 n99-n02 calendar sponsor
Marshall 1999-2000 n99, n00 calendar committee
McKeen 1995 10/95 calendar sponsor
McKibben ca1990s 2/92 calendar sponsor
Motice 2002 n02 calendar sponsor
Moyad 1976 10/94 calendar sponsor
Murphy 2002 11/02 calendar sponsor
Nathan 1970 3/91 calendar sponsor
Nelson 2002 n02 photo retouching
Okey 1987 12/87 calendar sponsor
Parr 1977  n84-90, n99, n00 calendar committee
  1985 10/85 calendar sponsor
  1999-2002 n99-n02 calendar committee
Paul 2002 3/02, 6-7/02 calendar contributor
Potter 1994 1/94 calendar sponsor
Raab 2002 2/02 calendar sponsor
Reck 1988 8/88 calendar sponsors
Reinhart 1992 n92 artist
Rossettie 2002 10/02 calendar contributor
Shurtliff 1987-1991 n87-91, 93-97 artist
Stautz 2000-2001 10/00, 6/01 calendar sponsor (Manchester Stamping)
Steinaway, Gale 2002 3/02 calendar contributor
Stockbridge 1984 n84-86 artist & sons
Swainson 1964 7/85, 12/88 recent homeowner
  1987-1988, 1992 1/87, 12/88, 7/92 calendar sponsor, contributor
Swartout 1999-2002 n99-n02 deltiophile, calendar committee, calendar contributor
Tirb 1992 12/92 calendar sponsor
Trolz 1999-2000, 2002 n99, n00, n02 deltiophile, calendar committee, calendar contributor, The 18th Century Shoppe
Vogel 1999-2002 n99-n02 calendar committee
Wacker 1986-1988, 1990-1995 11/86, 9/87, 3/88, 7/88, 9/89, 12/89, 10/90, 12/90, 12/91, 4/92, 10/92, 4/93, 9/93, 9/94, 11/95, 8/99, 4/01 calendar sponsor
Walter 2002 6-7/02 calendar contributor
Walton 1988, 1999 4/88, n99 calendar sponsor
  1999-2000 n99, n00 calendar committee
Weidmayer 2002 8/02 calendar contributor
Whitman 1993 10/93 calendar sponsor
Widmayer 2001-2002 n01-n02 calendar committee, contributor
Witherell 2001 5/01 provided photo
Ziegler 1986 1/86 calendar sponsor
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