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301.
Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Mount Pleasant, Isabella, Michigan; privately held by John M. Voisin, [address for private use], Huntsville, Alabama 35806.
Mike Voisin [12]
Reference: 000615
302.
Sacred Heart Parish to whom it may concern, 6 May 1943, Mount Pleasant, Isabella, Michigan, Estate of John Ernest Voisin, Huntsville, Madison, Alabama.
Reference: 000443
303.
Salyers, Paul, Correspondence from Salyers, Paul <> [January 2003].

[Mr. Salyers is a distant cousin who contacted me via Internet. He provided information on Sam Bierschbach and Louisa Yuncker.]

304.
Samuel T. Wiley, Historian and Editor, Biographical and Historical Cyclopedia of Indiana and Armstrong Counties, Pennsylvania (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: John M. Gresham and Company, 1891); digital images, Internet Archive, Internet Archive (http://www.archive.org/: accessed.
Reference: 001275
305.
Schafer, Diane (transcriptionist), Cemetery Transcription, St. Mary Cemetery, Westphalia, Clinton, Michigan (MiGenWeb, Clinton County, Michigan, 1999) <http://homestead.juno.com/joemiller5/files/Westphalia_Cem.htm>.

[Diane relates, "The present cemetery is the second St. Mary's Cemetery -- if memory serves me, the caretaker told me that it opened about 1870. Remains from the original cemetery were transferred to the new one, and most were buried in a common grave (unmarked) somewhere in the northwest section of the present cemetery."]

306.
Schafer, Diane Kaye, Data from Diane Schafer (August 2000.) <>.

[Diane is a fifth cousin who transcribed tombstones at the St. Mary's cemetery in Westphalia, Clinton, Michigan. She provided information about the ancestors and descendants of her third-great granduncle, Nikolaus Pohl (b. 1795) and his brother, her third-great grandfather Johann Peter Pohl (b. 1802).]

307.
Schafer, Diane, Correspondence from Schafer, Diane.
308.
Settlage, Mary Helen (Voisin), Correspondence from Settlage, Mary (Probably 1973).

[Mary is my second cousin. She responded to a survey conducted by my aunt Mary Lou in preparation for a family reunion. Either she or her husband Theodore responded to the survey.]

309.
Sherman Day, Historical Collections of the State of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: George W. Groton, 1843); digital images, Google, Incorporated, Google Books (http://books.google.com/books?id=WJ94AAAAMAAJ: accessed.
Reference: 001277
310.
Sister Margaret Schafer, OP, Memorial Notes; (Grand Rapids, Kent, Michigan: Dominican Chapel/Marywood, 4 April 1988).
311.
Smith, Irene Margaret (Blasen), Correspondence from Smith, Irene (February 2002, September 2003).

[Irene is my first cousin, once removed. She provided information about her family and ancestors.]

312.
St. John the Baptist (Alden, New York), Church Records; FHL microfilm 1292868.
313.
St. Mark Parish, St. Mark Parish (http://www.ourchurch.com/member/s/STMARKPARISH/index.php?p=1_14_Funerals: accessed).
314.
St. Remi (Baerendorf, Alsace, France), Registres paroissiaux St. Remi; FHL microfilm 0720565.
Family History Center [5]
315.
Standard Map Company, Atlas and Farm Directory of Isabella County, Michigan: Compiled from County Records and Actual Surveys (Chicago, Illinois: Standard Map Company, circa 1915); digital image, University of Michigan Digital Library, Michigan County Histories and Atlases (http://quod.lib.umich.edu/m/micounty/: accessed.
316.
Stephenson, Clarence D., Indiana County 175th Anniversary History (Between 1980 and 2000).
317.
Straus, Joyce (Voisin), Correspondence from Straus, Joyce (1973).

[Joyce was a cousin who responded to a survey conducted by my aunt Mary Lou in preparation for a family reunion.]

318.
Subject, or close relative, Correspondence from Subject.

[The subject, or a close relative of the subject, responded to a survey I conducted to gather the names and birthdates of my relatives. The subject did not identify himself as the informant. The source is trusted and the information is presumed correct.]

319.
Terry Pepper, Seeing the Light, Lighthouses of the Western Great Lakes (http://www.terrypepper.com/lights/index.htm: accessed).
320.
The Clinton Republican, St. Johns, Clinton, Michigan.
321.
The Meader Family Association, Meader Genealogy Database (http://www.themeaderfamily.org: accessed).
322.
Thelen, Judy, Correspondence from Thelen, Judy (August 2000) <>.

[Judy is a member of a Westphalia Interest Group who answered a query posted by Diane Schafer on my behalf. Her second great grandparents were John and Elizabeth Tilmann from Beal City. Judy generously provided information about Lawrence and Louisa (Schneider) Rademacher.]

323.
Theobald Spetz, The Catholic Church in Waterloo County: Book I, with a summary history of the Diocese of Hamilton, Book II, and a list of the clergy who labored in its district from the beginning to the present, Book III (Toronto, Ontario, Canada: The Catholic Register and Extension, 1916); portable document format, Internet Archive (http://www.archive.org/details/catholicchurchinOOspetuoft: accessed.
Reference: 001231
324.
Tombstone of Bierschbach, Samuel and Louisa (Photograph by Mike Voisin, July 28, 2004), St. Joseph's Cemetery, Beal City, Isabella, Michigan.

[Bierschbach; Samuel 1867-1927; Louisa 1871-1936]

325.
Tombstone of Buchel, Anton (Photograph by Mike Voisin, July 27, 2004) St. Mary's Cemetery, Westphalia, Clinton, Michigan.

[Anton Buchel; 1809-1875; Gestorben Feb. 17, 1875]

326.
Tombstone of Pohl, Anna (Photograph by Mike Voisin, July 28, 2004) St. Joseph's Cemetery, Beal City, Isabella, Michigan.

[Anna Pohl; 1866-1938; Aged 72 yrs; Mother.
This is Anna M. (___) Pohl, wife of Jacob H. Pohl (1867-1921).]

327.
Tombstone of Pohl, Apolonia (Photograph by Mike Voisin, July 27, 2004) St. Mary's Cemetery, Westphalia, Clinton, Michigan.

[Apolonia Pohl; Born Aug. 8, 1841; Died Dec. 19, 1915.
This is Anna Apollonia (Rademacher) Pohl, wife of John Peter Pohl (1832-1887).]

328.
Tombstone of Pohl, Jacob (Photograph by Mike Voisin, July 28, 2004) St. Joseph's Cemetery, Beal City, Isabella, Michigan.

[Jacob Pohl 1867-1921; Aged 54; Father; At Rest.
This is Jacob H. Pohl, husband of Anna M. (___) Pohl (1866-1938.]

329.
Tombstone of Pohl, John P. (Photograph by Mike Voisin, July 27, 2004) St. Mary's Cemetery, Westphalia, Clinton, Michigan.

[John P. Pohl; Died Sep. 29, 1887; Aged 55 years.
This is John Peter Pohl, husband of Anna Apollonia (Rademacher) Pohl (1841-1915).]

330.
Tombstone of Starr, Clements and Elizabeth (Photograph by Mike Voisin, July 28, 2004) St. Joseph's Cemetery, Beal City, Isabella, Michigan.

[Clements 1852-1939; Elizabeth 1852-1943; Starr; May They Rest In Peace.
The Starrs were friends of Joseph Voisin (1858-1916).]

331.
Tombstone of Starr, Louie and Ernestina (Photograph by Mike Voisin, July 28, 2004) St. Joseph's Cemetery, Beal City, Isabella, Michigan.

[Starr; Louie 1878-1879; Ernestina 1877-1888]

332.
Tombstone of Voisin, Alice Eva (Photograph by Mike Voisin, July 28, 2004) St. Joseph's Cemetery, Beal City, Isabella, Michigan.

[Alice Eva Voisin; 1897-1937]

333.
Tombstone of Voisin, Elvin J. (Photograph by Mike Voisin, July 28, 2004) St. Joseph's Cemetery, Beal City, Isabella, Michigan.

[Elvin J. Voisin; 1910-1949]

334.
Tombstone of Voisin, Ernest and Emma (Photograph by Mike Voisin, July 29, 2004) Calvary Cemetery, Mount Pleasant, Isabella, Michigan.

[Voisin; Ernest 1900-1987; Emma 1902-1968.]

335.
Tombstone of Voisin, Herman S. and Helen M. (Photograph by Mike Voisin, July 29, 2004) Calvary Cemetery, Mount Pleasant, Isabella, Michigan.

[Voisin; Herman S. 1897-1974; Helen M. 1901-1974.]

336.
Tombstone of Voisin, Johanna and George J. (Photograph by Mike Voisin, July 29, 2004) Calvary Cemetery, Mount Pleasant, Isabella, Michigan.

[Voisin; Johanna 1896-1983; George J. 1904-1974.]

337.
Tombstone of Voisin, John E. and Ruth P. (Photograph by Mike Voisin, July 29, 2004) Calvary Cemetery, Mount Pleasant, Isabella, Michigan.

[Voisin; John E. 1925-1994; Ruth P. 1927-1992.]

338.
Tombstone of Voisin, Joseph and Mary (Photograph by Mike Voisin, July 28, 2004) St. Joseph's Cemetery, Beal City, Isabella, Michigan.

[Voisin; Joseph 1858-1916; Mary 1866-1943]

339.
Tombstone of Voisin, Louis E. (Photograph by Mike Voisin, July 28, 2004) St. Joseph's Cemetery, Beal City, Isabella, Michigan.

[Louis E. Voisin; 1894-1965]

340.
Tombstone of Yuncker, Jacob P. (Photograph by Mike Voisin, July 28, 2004) St. Joseph's Cemetery, Beal City, Isabella, Michigan.

[Jacob P.; Born Dec. 23, 1837; Died Mar. 18, 1905; Though lost to sight, to memory dear; Yuncker]

341.
Tombstone of Yuncker, Margaret (Photograph by Mike Voisin, July 28, 2004) St. Joseph's Cemetery, Beal City, Isabella, Michigan.

[Margaret; 1843-1921; Yuncker]

342.
Turtle Creek Historical Society, Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/TCHistorical: accessed).
343.
United States Bureau of Land Management "Federal Land Patents," digital images, General Land Office Records (http://www.glorecords.blm.gov/: accessed).
344.
University of California Santa Barbara Library, "Preservation and Digitization Project," recording, Donald C. Davidson Library, University of California, Santa Barbara, Department of Special Collections (http://cylinders.library.ucsb.edu/index.php: accessed).
345.
US Government, World War I Draft Registration Cards, http://www.ancestry.com (January 2006).
346.
Virginia Grubaugh and Nancy Lux, Editors, Sacred Heart Church: Mt. Pleasant, Michigan (Galion, Ohio: United Church Directories, June 1984).

[A booklet of photographs of many, but not all, parish families. It is undated, but inside the back cover is what appears to be a complete list of parishioners. The list is dated June 1984.]

Reference: 001002
347.
Vitalsearch Company, LLC, California Deaths Database, http://www.vitalsearch-ca.com/gen/ca/_vitals/cadeathm.htm (May 4, 2005).
348.
Voisin, Arthur R., Correspondence from Voisin, Arthur R.
349.
Voisin, Charlotte Ann (Simon), Correspondence from Voisin, Charlotte (1994).

[My aunt Charlotte responded to a survey I conducted to gather the names and birthdates of her and her children.]

350.
Voisin, Ella Jean (O'Brien), Correspondence from Voisin, Jean (1973).

[Jean is wife of my first cousin, once removed, Leo Voisin. She responded to a survey conducted by my aunt Mary Lou in preparation for a family reunion.]

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