History of the John Bennett family of Berlin Twp., Ionia County, Michigan (Book, 1985) [WorldCat.org]
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History of the John Bennett family of Berlin Twp., Ionia County, Michigan

Author: Margaret Elliott
Publisher: Lake Odessa, Michigan : M. Elliott, 1985.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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John Bennett was born ca. 1809 in England and married Charlotte Westerfield ca. 1830 in England. They immigrated to the United States in 1842 and lived in Niagara Co., New York. In the year 1853, they moved to Ionia Co., Michigan. They were the parents of five known children. John died ca. 1861 in Michigan. Descendants lived primarily in Michigan, Kansas, Oklahoma, Colorado and elsewhere.
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Named Person: Bennett.; Aldrich.; Comer.; Steward.; Worden.
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Margaret Elliott
OCLC Number: 866217534
Notes: Includes information on the Aldrich, Comer, Steward and Worden families.
Description: 91 leaves in various foliations : illustrations, portraits
Responsibility: compiled by Margaret Elliott.

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John Bennett was born ca. 1809 in England and married Charlotte Westerfield ca. 1830 in England. They immigrated to the United States in 1842 and lived in Niagara Co., New York. In the year 1853, they moved to Ionia Co., Michigan. They were the parents of five known children. John died ca. 1861 in Michigan. Descendants lived primarily in Michigan, Kansas, Oklahoma, Colorado and elsewhere.

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