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History of Calhoun County, Michigan: A Narrative Account of Its Historical Progress, Its People

History of Calhoun County, Michigan: A Narrative Account of Its Historical Progress, Its People

Source : Internet Archive

History of Calhoun County, Michigan: A Narrative Account of Its Historical Progress, Its People

History of Calhoun County, Michigan: A Narrative Account of Its Historical Progress, Its People

Source : Internet Archive

Results : DOBBINS


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A son of the late Charles M. Dobbins, he was born, November 4, 1856, in Plymouth, Michigan. His paternal grandfather,


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Samuel F. Dobbins. Clear-sighted, practical and capable, possessing an excellent knowledge of men, and a


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follows: Samuel Dobbins, president, Charles W. Dobbins, vice-president, Claud S. Stout, secretary and treasurer, and G. H. Dobbins, superintendent.


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a family of 11 children, Samuel F. Dobbins attended first the public schools of Plymouth, Michigan, later continuing his studies


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as a merchant. Mr. and Mrs. Dobbins have three children, namely: Dale M., Charles W., and S. Fremont.


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equipped for his future career, Mr. Dobbins returned to Michigan, and for five years was bookkeeper for J. L. Dobbins,


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James L. Dobbins, of Marshall, Michigan, is a native of the old Keystone state, born


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Among the prominent buildings which Mr. Dobbins erected may be mentioned the Peter Block, Academy of Music, old Academy of


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After their marriage Mr. and Mrs. Dobbins lived for some years in Pennsylvania and there the father and husband was


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On May 3, 1880, Mr. Dobbins was united in marriage with Mrs. Emma Wagner, the widow of James Wagner.


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been born to Mr. and Mrs. Dobbins, one of whom died in infancy, Bertha E. surviving.


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position in the establishment of Samuel F. Dobbins, a manufacturer of hot air furnaces. From that time, the year 1899,


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same line of activities with Mr. Dobbins and has proved' himself to be a most efficient workman.


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married in 1904 to Miss Bertha E. Dobbins, a daughter of J. L. and Emma (Tiffany) Dobbins. Mr. Dobbins is


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L. and Emma (Tiffany) Dobbins. Mr. Dobbins is widely known as one of the old residents of Calhoun county, where


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and is the son of Samuel Fremont and Maria (Mitchell) Dobbins. His mother died in 1908. Samuel F. Dobbins, the


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His mother died in 1908. Samuel F. Dobbins, the father, is proprietor of the Marshall Furnace Company, one of the


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Dale M. Dobbins. The Dobbins Hardware Company, at 36 East Main street, is one of


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Though Mr. Dobbins has been successfully identified with business since he was twenty-two years old, he


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Murphy o T Marshall, Michigan. Mrs. Dobbins received her education in the schools of Marshall and finished at Battle Creek,


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K. P. Lodge No. 179. Mr. Dobbins has erected an attractive residence at the corner of Garrison and Henry streets.


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directorate of the bank ineludes Samuel F. Dobbins, George W. Leedle, Charles E. Gauss, and James L. Dobbins.


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Leedle, Charles Gauss, and James L. Dobbins.