Annual Statement for the year ending December 31, 1914 of the affairs and condition of the Shiawassee Mutual Fire Insurance Company, located at Corunna, organized under the laws of the State of Michigan, and doing business in the County of Shiawassee, in said State. Includes a Recapitulation of Losses by Townships.
Names in this online transcription include Ackerson, Armstrong, Birchmeier, Bliss, Bray, Brenner, Bruce, Bullard, Burgess, Campbell, Canfield, Case, Clay, Collins, Conley, Corcoran, Cords, Creekmore, Davenport, Davis, Doane, Dowen, Drake, Eddy, Eveleth, Fairbanks, Flynn, Foulton, Gallagher, Gassman, Gruber, Guiter, Harder, Harding, Harrington, Haueisen, Hawn, Henry, Hersher, Hinkley, Holder, Johnson, Jordan, Keyes, Kurney, Leonard, Looker, Maher, Marker, McAnisch, McClelland, McMullen, Miller, Morgan, Palmer, Parker, Parmenter, Payne, Pearce, Penebaker, Perry, Peters, Peterson, Quaderer, Rohrabacher, Root, Schultz, Scribner, Seymour, Shelp, Shipman, Shuster, Simminton, Smith, Snell, Spaulding, Speers, Stone, Tyler, VanLeuven, VanWert, Wallace, Walter, Westbrook, Williams, Wilson, Wimple, Wintermute, Young.
Labels: Michigan, Insurance Records
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