“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 Gregory, Michigan

Clickable Map of Livingston 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> Livingston County, MI (64) Genesee County, MI (134) Ingham County, MI (153) Jackson County, MI (85) Oakland County, MI (403) Shiawassee County, MI (35) Washtenaw County, MI (273)  LivingstonCounty(64) Livingston County (64)  GeneseeCounty(134) Genesee County (134)  InghamCounty(153) Ingham County (153)  JacksonCounty(85) Jackson County (85)  OaklandCounty(403) Oakland County (403)  ShiawasseeCounty(35) Shiawassee County (35)  WashtenawCounty(273) Washtenaw County (273)
Howell is the county seat for Livingston County
Gregory is in Livingston County
      Livingston County (64)  
      Genesee County (134)  
      Ingham County (153)  
      Jackson County (85)  
      Oakland County (403)  
      Shiawassee County (35)  
      Washtenaw County (273)  
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1Michigan (Livingston County), Gregory — L2146 — First Presbyterian Church
The Reverend Charles G. Clarke of Washtenaw County led eleven people in organizing the First Presbyterian Church in Unadilla on February 4, 1837. It was the township’s first religious society. The congregation met in a schoolhouse until a brick . . . Map (db m171698) HM
2Michigan (Livingston County), Gregory — L2001 — Plainfield Methodist Church
The Plainfield Methodist Protestant Church formally organized on June 7, 1863. The present church building dedicated on January 27, 1907, replaced the first church, built in 1868, which burned when it was struck by lightning in 1906. In 1939 the . . . Map (db m192115) HM
3Michigan (Livingston County), Gregory — LY-33 — Unadilla Baseline Cemetery
Baseline Cemetery was established on April 14, 1837. The custom of burning the cemetery grass before Memorial Day blackened and weakened the limestone monuments and many others were destroyed during the tornado of 1914. Since no records were kept, . . . Map (db m171685) HM
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Nov. 29, 2022