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Lenawee County

By John J. Adam, February 7th, 1878.

and the first township meeting to be held at the now dwelling-house of Caius C. Robinson, in said township; and all that part comprised in the surveyed townships five and six south, in range five east, be a township by the name of Macon, and the first township meeting to be held at the now dwelling-house of Henry Graves, in said township; and all that part of the township of Tecumseh comprised in township six south, in range one, two and three east, be attached to and constitute a part of the township of Logan." The last territorial law providing for the organization of townships in the county of Lenawee, is contained in the first section of an act entitled, "An act organizing certain townships," approved March 17,1835, as follows: " Section 1. Be it enacted by the legislative council of the territory of Michigan, that all that part of the county of Lenawee comprised in surveyed town six south, range one east, be a township by the name of Rollin, and the first township meeting be held at the now dwelling-house •of Joseph Beal, in said township; and all that part of said county comprised in surveyed township six south, range two east, be a township by the name of Rome, and the first township meeting be holden at the now dwelling-house of John B. Schureman, of said towns-hip."

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