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Erected to the memoryofour comrades 1861-1865by theHerber Lefavour Post no. 181 G.A.R.MilfordcommitteeA.J. Mcall, J.E. Beaumont, G.W.Sterdvant
In loving memory ofUnion Veterans ofThe Civil War 1861 * 1865 * * *Erected byFrances C. Butterfield Tent No. 9Daughters of Union Veterans1927 Loyalty
In 1846 Major F. Lockwood built a dam and sawmill on Pettibone Creek northeast of Livingston and Harvey Lake Roads. This sawmill supplied lumber to Highland's earliest settlers until it burned in 1863. In 1867 Chester Chatfield build a cider mill …
(Front):On June 1, 1822, the Pontiac Company gave the citizens of Pontiac the first land for a village cemetery. It was "to be occupied and used forever as a burying ground." In 1839, when Captain Hervey Parke was employed by the village to survey…
Dedicated to the American North Russian Expeditionary Forces known as the "Polar Bears". From September 4, 1918, to June 15, 1919, fifty-five hundred American Soldiers of the 339th Infantry regiment (with elements of the 310th Engineers and the…
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