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Michigan

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Dr. Samson Stoddard was the first county clerk, and served in that capacity until 1836. David Keyes was the first sheriff, appointed in 1832, and acting until 1834.
The first grand jury, June, 1833, was composed of the following persons : Solomon Brill, now of Leoni; Lemuel Blackman, Russell Blackmail, Jacksonburgh; William H. Pease, now of Grass Lake; Wesley W. Laverty, Elizur B. Chapman, Ezekiel T. Critchet, John Laverty, Jacksonburgh ; Zenas Fuller; Jotham Wood, now of Sandstone; William T. Wor den ; Charles Henington; William D. Thompson, Jacksonburgh; Samuel Wing; Hiram Austin: Nathan Russ, Jacksonburgh; Abel Benett; Wm. Pool; Nathan Z. Lattimore; Caleb Chapel; Ira Kellogg; Timothy Williams ; James Jacobs. Solomon Brill was appointed foreman and authorized by the court to administer oaths to such witnesses as might appear before the grand jury. The following persons composed the petit jury: Nathaniel Boyn, Moses Boyn, George Woodworth, Edward Morrell, Aaron Evans, John . Daniels, Josephus Case, Alexander Laverty, Isaac Carrier, Joseph Sutton,, John Eames, Ethan Allen, James Fifield, Jeremiah Marvin, David Riley, Orrin Gregory, Leander M. Cain, Sanford Marsh, William Worth, Stephen Rowan, Martin Flint, Major D. Mills.

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