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Michigan

Jackson

PIONEERS. Thomas McGee came into Michigan in 1832, settled in Concord, was always a prominent citizen of the county and was elected Judge of Pro- bate, serving from 1856 to 1860. With him came his son Melville, who became a resident of Jackson as a student at law in 1851. He has since continued the practice of his profession, and has been, elected judge of probate for three successive terms, serving from 1864 to 1876. Cornelius Lammons settled in the township of Jacksonburgh, now Blackman, in 1832. His son, Jacob F. Lammons, who came with him, is now a resident of the city, actively engaged in business. He has served four years as justice of the peace. James McKee came to Michigan in 1832, settled in Jacksonburgh, and is now a resident of the city. John McConnell became a resident of the township of Jacksonburgh in 1833. His son, Oscar H. McConnell, came with him. He has for many years been engaged in the hardware business in the city, and is highly respected as an active, industrious and honest man.

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