“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in Anchorville, Michigan

Clickable Map of St. Clair County, Michigan and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> St. Clair County, MI (84) Lapeer County, MI (39) Macomb County, MI (137) Sanilac County, MI (38)  St.ClairCounty(84) St. Clair County (84)  LapeerCounty(39) Lapeer County (39)  MacombCounty(137) Macomb County (137)  SanilacCounty(38) Sanilac County (38)
Port Huron is the county seat for St. Clair County
Anchorville is in St. Clair County
      St. Clair County (84)  
      Lapeer County (39)  
      Macomb County (137)  
      Sanilac County (38)  
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1Michigan, St. Clair County, Anchorville — L2310 — Immaculate Conception of Blessed Virgin Mary
Side 1 In the 1830s, numerous Catholic settlers immigrated to the Anchor Bay area. Having no formal church, the settlers were intermittently pastored by missionary clergymen. In 1847, Etienne (Stephen) Rose and his two sons constructed a . . . Map (db m152884) HM
2Michigan, St. Clair County, Anchorville — Paul Torney and Michigan Historical Markers
In grateful appreciation of our Parish Historian, Paul Torney, who through long hours of research and dedication, with help and support from his wife Shannon and working with Father Joe Esper, Gail Zabowski and Cemetery Director Robert . . . Map (db m166257) HM
3Michigan, St. Clair County, Anchorville — L2316 — Sacred Heart Cemetery
Side 1 Led by Bishop John Samuel Foley, the Diocese of Detroit purchased this land from Ephise Rosset in February 1914. The property became a new burial ground for Immaculate Conception of Blessed Virgin Mary after the church's first . . . Map (db m155896) HM
4Michigan, St. Clair County, Anchorville — L2295 — St. Mary's Cemetery
In 1830 Etienne (Stephen) and Mary Rose arrived in Detroit from Montreal. They settled with their children near here. Rose and his sons supported the family by cutting and selling wood at fifty cents a cord. In 1840 the Roses bought about . . . Map (db m155892) HM
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Jan. 29, 2023