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Addie Powers

Nov 1885

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Jessie Andrew Powers
3 Sep 1849 – 12 Oct 1892

John E Powers
27 Aug 1866 – 14 Sep 1932
Lula Powers
1870 –
Andrew Jackson Powers
18 Nov 1873 – 10 Dec 1950
George Powers
1874 –
Robert Elonzo Powers
5 Jun 1878 – 21 Jan 1937
Charles Powers
Oct 1878 –
Luther Powers
Sep 1889 –

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The Powers Family : a Genealogical and Historical Record of Walter Power, and Some of His Descendants to the Ninth Generation - Page 94


86 THE POWERS FAMILY. m. 1834, Saphronia Richardson. Res. Wisconsin. 820. iii. Charles Morris, 6 b. 1813; m. Mary Wil- liams of Georgia, and rem. to Quitman, Ga. 2d, March 17, 1853 , Lorinda M. Stevens, d. July 20, 1858 . 821. iv. Thomas M.f b. June 26, 1818 ; m. Feb. 1847 , Lydia M. Ordway, d. 1851. Res. New- port, Me. 822. v. Henry C.f b. - Res. Oromo, Me. Adam5 Powers was a teacher. 397------------ The children of Joel5 (Samsonf Peter, 3 Daniel? Walter*) and Rhoda (Blood) Powers of Salem, Mass., where he was a merchant, are unknown. The child by his 2d wife, Rachel (Blood), was: 823.1 Rhoda Annf b. Jan. 29, 1816 ; m. Aug. 4, 1836 …

A History of Northern Michigan and Its People by Perry F. Powers (Volume II) - Page 361


HISTORY OF NORTHERN MICHIGAN 883 a stalwart support to the cause of the Republican party. Mrs. Sarah (Biddle) Keiser was, as already noted, born in Elkhart Indiana, and she was a child at the time of her fathers death. She was taken into the home of her uncle, Levi Biddle, and was reared to maturity in Tuscarawas Ohio, where her marriage was solemnized. Of the five children Addison A., of this review, was the third in order of birth, and concerning the others the following brief data are given: Clara is the wife of Charles Houk, of Summit township, Mason Michigan; Edward is a representative farmer of Clinton county; Almeda is the wife of Allen Houk, who is a prosperous agriculturist of Summit town- ship, Mason county; and Miss Elda remains at the parental home. Addison A. Keiser was reared to the sturdy discipline of the home farm which was the place of his nativity, and thus he early learned the lessons of practical industry and gained appreciation of the dignity of honest toil and endeavor. He duly availed himself of the advantages of the district schools and supplemented this discipline by attending the excellent public schools of St. Johns, the judicial center of Clinton county. There also he initiated the work of preparing himself for his chosen profession, as he began reading law in the office of the firm of Norton & Bronson, whose members were leading representatives of the Clinton county bar. In February, 1892 , he was matriculated in the law department of the University of Michigan, and, such had been his ad- vancement under the effective private preceptorship just noted, he was graduated as a member of the class …

The Powers Family : a Genealogical and Historical Record of Walter Power, and Some of His Descendants to the Ninth Generation - Page 70


62 THE POWERS FAMILY. 546. i. Ethan, 6 b. 1776; m. 1801 or 2, Ruth Putnam of Croydon, where he taught school during the winters of 1800, 1801, and 1802, and received pay, 1st year $15.12, 2d year $15-37 3d year $15.67; a gradual increase each year showed satisfaction. Rem. to Sandusky, Ohio. + 547- ii. Heman? b. April 22, 1780 ; d. Jan. 19, 1863 ; m. March 1806 , Sarah Gilbert, d. 1853. To Lewiston, Niagara Co., N.Y. At one time a merchant at Ithaca, N.Y. 224 The children of John5 ( Williamf William? William* Wal- terT) and Lydia (Sanger) POWERS of Croydon, N. H., and Rochester, Windsor Co., Vt were: Lois? b. April 27, 1775 ; d. March ; m. Whipple. To Richmond, Ind. Phineasf b. Sept. 20, 1776 . Lydia? …

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