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Eaton County Michigan

EATON COUNTY MEMORIAL REPORT

He had, in company with Hon. F. W. Judd, platted and added to the city what is known as Judd & Covert's addition to the city of Flint. He was for many years one of the superintendents of the poor of this county, and was for some years engaged in the mercantile business. For the past eight or ten years he had been extensively engaged in the insurance business. He was a man of marked religious character, and for many years was superintendent of the Sunday-school in the Presbyterian church/ and was also, for a long time, a ruling elder in the same church, of which he was a prominent and honored member. His death will produce a noticeable vacuum in the religious, social, and business life of the city. His character was strong and positive, and his opposition to what he deemed to be wrong, was aggressive, uncompromising, and courageous. His attachments were strong, and his affection for his family was tender and protecting. He leaves a wife who was devotedly attached to him, a son in Saginaw, and a daughter in Northville, besides several grandchildren.

Michigan 1883


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