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Michigan

Jackson

Henry H. Bingham settled in Michigan in 1836. He came to Jackson county in 1838, and was for many years engaged in trade. In 1851 he made Jackson his home, and has since continued to reside in the city He was for many years connected with the state prison, first as clerk, the as agent or warden. Simon Holland settled in the township of Napoleon, Jackson county in 1837. He removed to Jackson in 1856, and was for many years en gaged in business, as a member, first of the firm of Holland & Lattimer then of that of Holland & Son, dealing largely in drugs, paints, oils medicines, etc. The business is still continued by his sonJames M.. Holland. Deacon Holland was always a leading and zealous member of the Baptist church, of which he was a deacon at the early age of twenty-one years.

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