Person:George Gunn (3)

m. 17 Oct 1858
  1. Arthur Gunn1861 - 1869
  2. George E. Gunn1862 - 1935
  3. Lillian "Lillie" G. Gunn1863 - 1936
  4. Frank H. Gunn1865 - 1930
  5. Myrtle "Myrtie" M. Gunn1867 - 1940
  6. Nora Josephine Gunn1868 - 1911
  7. Alice Gunn1870 - 1870
  8. Belle Gunn1872 - 1920
m. 1893
  1. Kathleen Oma Gunn1897 - 1984
  2. Justus Perry Gunn1898 -
Facts and Events
Name George E. Gunn
Gender Male
Birth[1] Mar 1862 LaPorte, LaPorte, Indiana, United States
Marriage 1893 to Joanna C. Cole
Death[1] 14 Jun 1935 Ann Arbor, Washtenaw, Michigan, United States
Burial[1] Charlotte, Eaton, Michigan, United StatesMaple Hill Cemetery

A farmer in 1916 at Rural Rte 10, Charlotte, Eaton, MI.

Obituary, 21 June 1935 in The Charlotte Republican-Tribune, Section Two, P. 3: "Mr. Gunn was born in 1862 coming to this state with his parents when four years old and died Friday, June 14. He was educated in the Vermontville schools and later studied a year at Valparaiso, Ind. He went to work in the train department of the Michigan Contral Railroad at Jackson in 1885. In 1890 he resigned to organize the trackmen. After three years he accepted the position of Deputy State Labor Commissioner for this state. In 1893 he married Miss Josie Cole of Muskegon, who was well known as a teacher in the public schools. After nine years of work for the state he took over his mother's farm, which continued to be his home. He leaves one daughter, Mrs. L. Shaw Smith of Rochester, NY, and one son, Justus Gunn of Los Angeles, Calif., also two sisters, Mrs. George Angel and Mrs. Charles Boynton of California."

Wrote a "History of the Gunn Family", 1934.

His Last Will & Testament is at the Old County Courthouse of Charlotte, MI, box G-4. [Lipsey]

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