Dibean, Jack and Dibean, Marianne, Clinton County, Michigan Marriage Index (MIGenWeb Archives CNIDR Isearch-cgi 1.20.06 (File: c45301.txt), 2000).
Dingledy, George and Rita (Fedewa), Family and Descendants of Adam Vidua (Fedewa) and Maria Catherine Muller (1994), LDS Call Number 929.273 F319d.
Diocese of Pittsburgh [Pennsylvania], Catholic Cemeteries Association (http://www.ccapgh.org/
Diocese of Pécs, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Pécs, Hungary), Hungary Catholic Church Records; FHL microfilm 601952.
Family History Center [5
Director of the Census, Official Register of the United States, 1907: The Postal Service, Volume 2 (Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1907); digital images, Google, Incorporated, Google Books (http://books.google.com/
E. L. Hayes, H. H. Laverty, and W. B. Patterson, Atlas of Isabella County, Michigan: To which is Added a Township Map of Michigan, a Railroad Map of the United States and a Map of the World (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: C. O. Titus, 1879); digital image, University of Michigan Digital Library, Michigan County Histories and Atlases (http://quod.lib.umich.edu/m/micounty/
Edwards, Arthur Wayne, Correspondence from Edwards, Wayne (2000).
[Wayne is a second cousin. He possesses Joseph Voisin's personal diary (ledger).]
Elias, Mary Louise (Voisin), Correspondence from Elias, Mary Lou (1994, 2000).
[My aunt Mary Lou responded to a survey I conducted to gather the names and birthdates of her and her children.]
Elias, Michael Glenn, Correspondence from Elias, Mike.
Elias, Steven Joseph, Correspondence from Elias, Steven.
Emmett Womack, Chief Clerk, Department of the Interior, Official Register of the United States, July 1895: The Post-Office Department and The Postal Service, Volume 2 (Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1896); digital images, Google, Incorporated, Google Books (http://books.google.com/
Esch, Brent James, Data from Brent Esch (E-Mail to Mike Voisin, December 11, 2003) <>.
[Brent provided his genealogical data in a GEDCOM file. It is mostly unsubstantiated, having been obtained from a number of different tertiary sources. It contains many promising leads.]
Evelyn A. Weiland, Editor, Of Pilgrimage, Prayer and Promise: A Story of St. Mary's, Westphalia 1836-1986 (Westphalia, Michigan: Westphalia Historical Society, 1986).
Eötvös Loránd Tudományegyetem, Eötvös Loránd University, Department of Cartography and Geoinformatics (http://lazarus.elte.hu/
Family Tree Maker, Passenger and Immigration Lists: New York, 1820-1850 (CD 273).
FamilySearch, "Hungary Catholic Church Records," index and images, FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/: accessed); citing Kereszteltek [Baptisms] 1833-1895, FHL microfilm #601952. Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah.
[Authors: Római Katólikus Egyház, Szabolcs (Baranya), (Main Author)
Format: Manuscript/On Film
Language: Hungarian, Latin
Publications: Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmre vette a Genealogical Society of Utah, 1967
Physical: 3 mikrofilmtekercs, 35 mm.
Roman Catholic Church register of births, marriages and deaths for Szabolcs, Baranya, Hungary. Also known as Mecsekszabolcs.]
First United Presbyterian Church, Turtle Creek, Pennsylvania; privately held by John M. Voisin, [address for private use], Huntsville, Alabama.
Frank W. Voisin and Clifton E. Voisin, Joseph Voisin 1805-1892 and Descendants, first printing (St. Clements, Ontario, Canada: St. Clements Printers, November 1982).
[Electronic images of four pages from this book were received from A. Wayne Edwards via e-mail, June 7, 2000.]
Franz Xaver Mauer, "Stammbaum Der Fam. Mauer,"; 1936, Andrea Jablonski, Bremen, Germany.
[Stammbaum Der Familie Mauer [Pedigree of the Mauer Family]. An electronic copy of this manuscript was provided by my fifth cousin, Andrea Jablonski. It was written in 1936 by Franz Xaver Mauer (1853-1940), grandson of Peter Joseph Mauren and Anna Maria Minwegen.]
Frederick Phisterer, compiler, New York in the War of the Rebellion 1861-1865, Third Edition (Albany, New York: J. B. Lyon Company, State Printers, 1912); portable document format, Internet Archive (https://archive.org/details/newyorkinwarofre01phisrich: accessed.
From Harold Joseph Voisin, ([address for private use]) to Mike Voisin; held in by, [address for private use].
Funeral Card (East Lansing, Michigan: Gorsline-Runciman East Chapel).
Funeral Card (Lansing, Michigan: Palmer-Bush Funeral Home).
Funeral Card (Mount Pleasant, Michigan: Clark Funeral Chapel).
Funeral Card (Mount Pleasant, Michigan: J. J. Rush Funeral Home).
Funeral Card (Mount Pleasant, Michigan: Lux Funeral Home).
Funeral Card (Mount Pleasant, Michigan: Lux-Rush Funeral Home).
Funeral Card (Redford Township, Michigan: Fisher Funeral Home).
Funeral Card (Remus, Michigan: Crittenden Funeral Home).
Funeral Card (Remus, Michigan: Crittenden-Hansen Funeral Home).
Funeral Card (Shepherd, Michigan: Garber Funeral Home).
Funeral Card (Turtle Creek, Pennsylvania: Richard H. Knee).
Gase Baking Company to whom it may concern, 6 May 1943, Mount Pleasant, Isabella, Michigan, Estate of John Ernest Voisin, Huntsville, Madison, Alabama.
Geo. A. Ogle and Company, Standard Atlas of Clinton County, Michigan: Including a Plat Book of the Villages, Cities and Townships of the County (Chicago, Illinois: Geo. A. Ogle and Company, 1896); digital image, University of Michigan Digital Library, Michigan County Histories and Atlases (http://quod.lib.umich.edu/m/micounty/
George Dallas Albert, Report of the Commission to Locate the Site of Frontier Forts of Pennsylvania, Volume 2, The Frontier Forts of Western Pennsylvania (Clarence M. Busch, State Printer of Pennsylvania, 1896); digital images, Internet Archives, Internet Archives (http://www.archive.org/details/reportofcommissi02comm
Golden, Katherine Ann (Voisin), Correspondence from Golden, Karen (1994, 2000).
[My aunt Karen responded to a survey I conducted to gather the names and birthdates of her and her children.]
Harold Voisin to Mary Lou Elias, 17 January 2005, Papers of Mary Lou Elias.
Heather Justice, Granddaughter of Evelyn (Rademacher) Earl, to Mike Voisin, e-mail; privately held by Mike Voisin, [address for private use], Huntsville, AL 35806.
Hengesbach, Charlotte, Correspondence from Hengesbach, Charlotte St. Mary's Church, Westphalia, Clinton, Michigan.
[Ms. Hengesbach worked at St. Mary's Church and also transcribed the following church records: Baptisms, 1838-1915; Marriages, 1840-1915; Deaths, 1838-1946. She is currently transcribing cemetery records (2007).
Ms. Hengesbach states that the present St. Mary's Cemetery dates back to 1872. Evelyn Weiland told her the cemetery was re-landscaped in the 1920s and that many of the wooden crosses that marked graves did not indicate who was buried there and they were not re-marked.]
Henry Francis Walling and Alexander Winchell, Atlas of the State of Michigan: Including Statistics and Descriptions of its Topography, Hydrography, Climate, Natural and Civil History, Railways, Educational Institutions, Material Resources (R.M. & S.T. Tackabury, circa 1873); digital image, University of Michigan Digital Library, Michigan County Histories and Atlases (http://quod.lib.umich.edu/m/micounty/
Hernandez, Jennifer Lynn (Golden), Correspondence from Hernandez, Jennifer (1994).
[My cousin Jennifer responded to a survey I conducted to gather the names and birthdates of her and her children.]
High School Diploma, from Sacred Heart Academy, Mount Pleasant, Isabella, Michigan. Privately held by [address for private use].
High School Diploma, from Turtle Creek High School, Turtle Creek, Allegheny, Pennsylvania. Privately held by [address for private use].
History of Shiawasse and Clinton Counties, Michigan (Philadelphia: Ensign, D.W. & Co., 1880; Press of J.B. Lippincott & Co.)
[Subtitle: with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of their Prominent Men and Pioneers.
Reprinted by Clinton County Historical Society, St. Johns, Michigan]
Huntsville Madison County Public Library [8
[This list of deaths was probably copied from a county archive. This transcription is published online at the MIGenWeb for Isabella County, Michigan.]