Clarence Baldwin
Alcona County Review, Harrisville, MI 24 Apr 1958 Page 1 Clarence E. Baldwin Funeral services for Clarence E. BALDWIN of Barton City were held at two o'clock Sunday afternoon from the Gillies Funeral Home in Lincoln. Rev. Clare GLEASON of Killmaster, officiated and burial took place in Twin Lakes cemetery, Lincoln.Mr. BALDWIN died at 2:24 a.m. Thursday, April 17, 1958, at the Alpena General Hospital where he had been entered on April 1, following a heart attack.Mr. Baldwin was born in Mitchell Township, Alcona County, on October 13, 1886, and lived his entire life there. He lived in the present home for the past 35 years. He was the son of the late Edward and Annie GURNSEY BALDWIN. On November 7, 1908 he married Nina Elizabeth MOHL at Cadillac, Michigan. He served as Millen Township school treasurer for 21 years, and as Highway Commissioner for a number of years. He followed the lumber woods and also engaged in farming during his lifetime. His widow and ten children survive, seven daughters and three sons, Mrs. Lloyd BERRY (Gladys) of Sterling; Mrs. Ada DELLAR of Harrisville, Mrs. Walter LINCOLN, (Edna) of Harrisville, Mrs. Lester VANDALLEN, (Vera) of Belmont, Michigan, Mrs. Roy MACPHERSON (Bernice) of Este, Michigan; Mrs. Harold PETTIT, (Opal), Killmaster; Mrs. Gordon STEETER, (Edith) Barton City, Orville BALDWIN, Glennie; Merle, of Barton City; and Marvin of Curran. Also surviving are 33 grandchildren and four great grandchildren, two brothers and one sister, Burt of Newberry, Vern of Grand Rapids, and Mrs. Elvie CARTWRIGHT of Belding. Serving as pallbearer at the services Sunday, were Ernest BASSELMAN, Ben CHAMPAGNE, Emery McGREGOR, George KOHLER, Wilbur LANE and Wm. CORDES.(Marcia Shears' Notes: GUERNSEY, spelled various ways, was the maiden name of Anna's mother. Anna's maiden name was WILBUR.) Tombstone Photo courtesy of the Michigan Tombstone Transcription Project.  
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