Clarence Lobsinger (28 August 1908—Private)

Clarence Lobsinger has no recorded parents. He was born on 28 August 1908 . He died private at Gaylord, Michigan, USA. He was buried at Alma, Michigan, USA.

He married Grace Mae Wilton. He married Grace Mae Wilton before 1926.

Grace Mae Wilton was the daughter of George Eli Wilton and Margaret May Mudge. She was born on 2 November 1911 at Maple Grove, Cheboygan, Michigan, USA. She died private at Gaylord, Michigan, USA. She was buried private at Gaylord, Michigan, USA.

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Grace Mae Wilton

born 2 November 1911 at Maple Grove, Cheboygan, Michigan, USA died 19 February 1996 at Gaylord, Michigan, USA

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George Eli Wilton

born about 1877 at Aylmer, Malahide, Elgin, ON, CA died 9 November 1955 at Gaylord, Michigan, USA

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Margaret May Mudge

born 17 July 1876 at Aldborough, Elgin, ON, CA died 2 July 1953 at Gaylord, Michigan, USA

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Gaylord, Michigan, USA
 
Alma, Michigan, USA
 
Maple Grove, Cheboygan, Michigan, USA

Maple Grove Township was a municipal township in southeastern Cheboygan County, Michigan. After it was learned that there were only 5 people in the township in the early 1940s, Maple Grove became part of Forest Township in the autumn of 1942.

 
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