PIONEERS OF WAKEFIELD, MICHIGAN
By Bruce K. Cox
This book is meant to include all of the individuals and families who lived and worked in Wakefield between the founding of the town in 1884 and the end of the year 1900-the nineteenth century. It lists over 1,100 surnames, some of which are shared by more than one family. For most of these families, birth, death and marriage records at the Gogebic county courthouse have been consulted, as well as records of the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church and All Saints Lutheran Church; 19th century records of the village of Wakefield, old voter registration registers, newspaper reports, real estate records, mine payroll records, United States Census records, family genealogies, obituaries, historical records, cemetery records, et cetera. Anybody with an interest in their family history and genealogy could find useful information in this book. Illustrated with photographs of many individuals and families.
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Details: viii + 350 pages,
(Perfect Bind) 8 ½ by 11
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