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On 24 June 1889, the Common Council appropriated $125.00 to Henry Langlass1 (1823-1893) for "land for Fitzhugh street opening."

    Proceedings of the City of East Saginaw2
    (p. 111)

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Paine, Sarah Cussing. Compiler. Paine Ancestry: The Family of Robert Treat Paine, Signer of the Declaration of Independence, Including Maternal Lines. Boston: Printed for the Family, 1912.

"Pembrook, Mass. Birth, Marriages, and Deaths." Genealogical Advertiser. 2.1 (June 1898), 25-32, 57-64.

    INDEX: Martha Bisbee, 63 Peregrine White, 20; Silvarnus White 20; Thomas White, 63 .

Perkins, Mary E. Old Houses of the Ancient Town of Norwich, 1660-1800 With Maps, Illustrations, Portraits, and Genealogies. Norwich, CT: Press of the Bulletin Company, 1895.

Potter, W.W. History of Barry County. Grand Rapids, Michigan: Reed-Tandler Company, 1912.

    INDEX: Mudge district, 29; Lorenzo Mudge 39-40, 120, 124.

Portrait and Biographical Album of Barry and Eaton Counties, Mich. Containing Full Page Portraits and Biographical Sketches of Prominent and Representatives Citizens of the County Together with Portraits and Biographies of all the Presidents of the United States and Governors of the State. Chicago: Chapman Brothers, 1891.

    INDEX: Eliphalet Hyde 248; Lucian A. Hyde 248-249.

Proceedings of the City of East Saginaw for the Year 1889-'90. East Saginaw, Michigan: Courier Printing and Binding Company, 1890.

    INDEX: Henry Langlass 111.

1Henry Langlass is the great grandfather of Lorain Berg.

2East Saginaw is now known as Bay City, Michigan.



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Steven L. Berg, PhD
sberg@schoolcraft.edu
Last updated on 17 December 2014.