Detroit Free Press Sept. 8, 1881

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Detroit Free Press Sept. 8, 1881 - in Morris road not expected death, and at Min:...
in Morris road not expected death, and at Min: were from like Post "pi.". V From Sandusky. HlflKTJSJJS PERSONS BURNED.' Special Dispatch to The Detroit Free Press. Sandusky, via Port Huron, September 7. Mrs. Strong and two children, Humphrey, the stage driver, from Marietta to Bad Axe, Mrs. Dennison, her child and sister, in Moore Township, Paul Weitzel's wife and five children, children, and Geo. Kreptch, of Argyle, and Mrs, Diebart and four children, - of Watertown; were all burned. . TWENTY PERSONS BURNED. Reports from north of Custer say that twenty twenty persons were burned there. . DESOLATE BLACKENED PRAIRIE. The Townships of Watertown, Custer, Detroit, here, although First Special Vassar, to rage northwest, hold amongst of Cass with smoke. O0R If we do advance, Bates' mill, an entire Have been

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Detroit Free Press (Detroit, Michigan)08 Sep 1881, ThuPage 8
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