image
image

image
image
 

Lenawee County

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

the same being as follows:
"Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the governor and legislative council of the territory of Michigan, That the seat of justice in the county of Lenawee be, and the same is hereby established on the north-west quarter of sec tion numbered thirty-four, in township five south, range four east, in the said county of Lenawee, on lands owned by Messrs. Wing, Evans and Brown, agreeably to the plan of a town or village, situated on said north west quarter section, and recorded in the register's office in the county Monroe, the twenty-sixth day of June, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-four. The organization of the county was provided for by an act approved December 22,1826, entitled, "An act to organize the county of Lenawee:" "Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the legislative council of the territory of Michigan, That the county of Lenawee shall be organized from and after the taking effect of this act, and the inhabitants thereof entitled to all the rights and privileges to which by law the inhabitants of the other counties of the territory are entitled. " Sec. 2. That all the country within this territory to which the Indian title was extinguished at the treaty of Chicago, shall be attached to, and compose a part of the county of Lenawee."

Michigan


Page 5


 






Please help us keep this site online and to continue to bring sites like this one.
Thank you



image
image
image

Site Map | Chapter Index | MICHIGAN
Saginaw ValleyII | Lucius Lyon | Michigan 1-5 | Michigan 6 | Michigan 7 | Michigan 8 | Michigan 9 | Michigan 19 | Michigan 11 | Michigan 12 | Michigan 13 | Michigan 14 | Michigan 15 | Michigan 16 | Michigan 17 |Indian Doctor | Reminiscences | 1787 | Questions | Settlement | Yerks
image