Catherine  Baker Royal Creitz Etta Davis Halladay Dorothy Papke
Lottie Baldwin Almeda Davis Doris Hatfield Alice Prescott
Benjamin, Beekman Prudence Degraff Margaret Lipsey Heinze Alta Satterley
Rosa Bennett M. C. Dodge Charles Jacoakes Oris Scott
Rachel Binns Ben Donaldson Mr. Koehn Sarah Searls
Eliza Bosworth Mrs. Dwight Cleta Lowe Susan Beekman Tunison
Myron Bosworth Leta Irene Eitel Helen Lumbert John White
Tessabell Briley Genette Field Victor Marlow David Young
Harriett Bugby Albert Figg Grace Miller  

Royal J. Creitz

Mrs Dwight

Leta Irene Eitel

Lottie H. Dean - 1899

Lottie Bishop

Etta Davis Halladay

Mrs Burgess

Mulliken - Margaret H. Heinze, age 86, of Mulliken passed away Wednesday, October 15, 1997 at her residence. Mrs Heinze was born on October 30, 1910 in Oneida Township, Eaton County, the daughter of Ralph J. and Blanch (Drake) Lipsey. She graduated from Grand Ledge High School and County Normal.

She was married to Thraves L. Heinze on June 8, 1935. Mrs Heinze enjoyed visits and corresponding with her family and friends, needlework, crocheting, flowers and bird watching. She taught school for many years and later was employed by the State of Michigan in Lansing until her retirement in 1977.

She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Thraves and a sister Clarice Rhodes. Mrs. Heinze is survived by three sons, Dr. Douglas (Sally) Heinze of Howell, Rodney (Linda) Heinze of Vermontville and Philip (Peggy) Heinze of Sunfield; four daughters, Nancy (Ken) Lancaster of Hastings, Carolyn (Leon) Cluckey of Martin, Ohio, Janice Heinze of Panama City, Florida and Jeanette Nevins of Charlotte; twenty one grandchildren; twenty great-grandchildren; one brother, Ralph (Jean) Lipsey of Grand Ledge and several nieces and nephews.

Funeral services were held on Friday, October 17, 1997 at the Pray Funeral Home in Charlotte, Reverend Paul Bailey officiated. Interment took place in Benton Township Cemetery.

Margaret (Lipsey) Heinze

Margaret (Lipsey) Heinze taught the Dow School for six years, beginning in 1929-30

Victor Marlow, 92, of Mulliken, died Sunday evening, May 24, 1998 at his home. Mr Marlow was born February 12, 1906 in Lake Odessa, a son of Charles and Elsie (Parker) Marlow. He was a retired elementary school teacher, operate4d the general store in Hoytville and a former Mulliken Post Master. Mr. Marlow was a member of the National Teachers Association and a life member of the Mulliken F. & A. M. #412. He was preceded in death by his wives, Ellen (1956) and Beatrice (1991) and two sisters, Eva and Letha.

Surviving are three children, Donald (Doris) Marlow of Harrison Township, June (John) Campanile of Lansing and Richard (Donna) Marlow of Charlotte, 15 grandchildren, 29 great-grandchildren and 2 great-great-granddaughters.

Services were held 2:00 p.m. on Wednesday with Rev. Robert E. Betts, Eaton community Hospice Chaplin, officiating. Masonic graveside services followed at Meadowbrook Cemetery.

Victor Marlow