Person:Henry Bugh (1)

Henry David Bugh
  1. George Washington Bugh1842 - 1926
  2. Maria Amma Bugh1845 - 1863
  3. Sarah Milinda Bugh1848 - 1873
  4. Norman Bugh1849 - 1849
  5. Henry David Bugh1850 - 1924
  6. Ester S. Bugh1854 -
  7. John Samuel Bugh1859 - 1938
m. 11 Feb 1873
  1. John Harrison Bugh1874 - 1938
  2. Henry Edward Bugh1876 - 1879
  3. Lillie Mae Bugh1880 - 1948
  4. Walter Aaron Bugh1882 - 1953
  5. Nellie Estelle Bugh1894 - 1977
m. 28 Nov 1907
Facts and Events
Name Henry David Bugh
Gender Male
Birth? 11 Sep 1850 Tonawanda, Erie, New York, United StatesPendleton
Marriage 11 Feb 1873 Pendleton, Niagara, New York, United Statesto Louisa M. Cretsinger
Marriage 28 Nov 1907 Standish, Arenac, Michigan, USAto Louisa Lou English
Death? 12 Oct 1924 Arenac, Michigan, United StatesStandish Bay
This history comes from cousin Linda Byerley

Was a gambler.

2e. Henry David Born 1850 Married first- Louisa M. Cretsinger (Lucy) on 2/11/1877, at Pendleton, Niagara County, New York Born 2/4/1854 New York (Sister - Caroline Carr) Died 11/15/1903 Cancer Moved to Standish, Michigan. Second Marriage - Louisa English (Known as Lou) 11/28/1907


          LUCY    26              "      NY     NY
         JOHN H.   6              "      "      "
    MURES,WILLIAM 15 **"  "       NY     NY     NY

Found on 1900 Census, Arenac Township, Arenac County, Michigan (Note: Name is spelled Buch and all were born in New York) Henry age 49 Lucy M. age 47 B.D. 1/1853 Lillian M. age 19 B.D. 12/1880 Walter age 17 B.D. 9/1882 Nellie E. age 3 B.D. 9/1894

Thanksgiving Day Wedding A pleasant home wedding took place in Arenac Thursday, Nov. 28th, 1907, when Henry Bugh of that place was united in marriage to Miss Lou English of Pontiac. The ceremony was performed by Justice O. B. Shaw, an old friend and neighbor of the groom, in the presence of the relatives of the contracting parties. This is Mr. Bugh's second matrimonial venture and his two sons and two daughters supported him during the ceremony. The Bride is a most estimable lady while the groom is a well known Arenac farmer who during his twelve years residence at that place, has become one of our most respected and successful citizens. He has a large circle of friends and the Progress joins them in wishing himself and bride a long life of happiness and proserity. Mr. and Mrs. Bugh will make their future home at their Arenac residence.

Obit: Henry Bugh was born in Tonawanda, N. Y. Sept 11, 1850 and fell asleep at his home in Arenac, Oct. 12, 1924, aged 74 years, one months, and one day. In 1873, he was married to Miss Lucy Cretsinger and to this union were born five children, four of whom are living, two girls and two boys. Forty years ago he moved to Michigan with his family. In 1904 his wife passed away and four years later he united in marriage with Louise English. He leaves his wife, four children and a large circle of relatives and friends. His absence will be keenly felt by all. He was a member of the Standish Oddfellows and Daughters of Rebekah and Arenac Bay Grange 597. The funeral was held at the Arenac Presbyterian church Wednesday afternoon. The funeral service was preached by Elder T. M. Summerville of Alma. He was laid to rest in the Pine River Cemetery by the Oddfellows.

Tombstone Inscription: Pine River Cemetery. Standish, Mi.

Henry David Bugh 11 Sept, 1850-12 Oct. 1924

"Broken is our golden chain..

For one we love is gone

To meet our dear ones gone before.

There we meet to part no more."

        Lucy (Louisa) May (Cretsinger) Bugh
        Died Nov. 15, 1903
        Aged 49 yrs. 10 mo. 11days
        (Born Feb. 4, 1854)

Found at Arenac Township, Arenac Co., Mich. 1920 Bugh, Henry 65 NY, Penn, Penn Louise 50 Canada, Canada, Canada. Mother spoke English, Father -scotch