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John H Harder/Sabra Lovelace Marriage in 1894,Bad Axe, Huron County, Michigan
Posted by: Wes Embanks (ID *****6707) Date: April 12, 2005 at 16:39:52
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Looking for the Family of John H. Harder, a Farmer, and his wife Sabra (Lovelace) Harder. They were married in Bad Axe, Michigan on September 4,1894. Both my Uncle and Aunt were born in Ontario, Canada. There last known residence was Bay Port, Michigan. John H. parent's were John Harder and Eliza Young of Ontario, Canada. Sabra's parents were John Nelson Lovelace and Elizabeth Jane (Storms) Lovelace, both born in Ontario, Canada. The Lovelace family moved to Huron County, Michigan and settled in late 1800's around Port Hope. Sabra sister Rhonda married William J. Singleton on October 14, 1903 in Bad Axe, Huron, Michigan. Eventually, Elizabeth and some of her family homestead at 13 Mile Creek,Dawson County, Montana. Elizabeth is buried along with several of her family in Glendive,at Dawson County Cemetery, Glendive, Montana. John Nelson Lovelace died in Michigan on May 27,1935, and is buried at Lincoln, Alcona County, Michigan He was a resident of Greenbush,Michigan at the time of his passing.

Any information from the Harder family and friends that knew of them would be appreciated. Thank you. Wes


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