HISTORY OF ALPENA COUNTY BY WILLIAM BOULTON IN 1876
For Act of the Legislature organizing the county see Pioneer Collections, Vol.
Present—David D. Oliver, Joseph K. Miller, and Daniel Carter, the board of inspectors appointed by the supervisors to hold said election.
Chose David D. Oliver, chairman of said board, and Joseph K. Miller, secretary; appointed Addison Fletcher, clerk; also chose Isaac Wilson to officiate as constable for said election.
Polls were opened, and the following persons were elected to several township offices, as follows:
Supervisor—James S. Erwin.
Town Treasurer—Daniel Carter.
Town Clerk—Addison Fletcher.
Highway Commissioners—Daniel Carter. D. D. Oliver, and Jas. Thomas.
Justices of the Peace—Russel R. Woodruff, David D. Oliver, Lewis Atkins, and Isaac Wilson.
School Inspectors—David D. Oliver and George B. Melville.
Constables—James Thomas, Robert Bowman", and Willis Roe.
Path Master—William Sherman.
D. D. Oliver, Chairman. Addison Fletcher, Clerk. J. K. Miller, Secretary.
The first meeting of the highway commissioners took place March 26th, 1858, and "on motion of D. D. Oliver it was voted to form two road districts; road district No. 1 to be bounded as follows: Commencing on Thunder Bay, where the east and west center line of T. 30 N., R. 8 E., intersects the bay; thence west to range line between ranges 7 and 8; thence north to town line between thirty-one and thirty-two; thence east to range line between ranges 8 and 9; thence south to Thunder Bay; thence on margin of bay to place of beginning. Road district No. 2 to be bounded as follows; north by road district No. 1; thence east by Thunder Bay to the town line between sections twenty-eight and twenty-nine; thence west to range line between twenty-seven and twenty-eight;
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