The Government of the City of Detroit and Wayne County, Michigan; 1701 to 1907, Historical and Biographical, Illustrated

The Government of the City of Detroit and Wayne County, Michigan; 1701 to 1907, Historical and Biographical, Illustrated

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1907 edition. Excerpt: ...Mary A. Green, of Detroit. He is a member of I. O. O. F., Ingersoll Camp, and Canton 41, and a Republican. CHARLES HECK. Building Inspector. Charles Heck was born at Detroit May 19, 1861, son of Henry and Eva (Schumacher) Fleck. He was educated in the Detroit public schools. He learned the building trade. July 1, 1905, he entered upon duties as a building inspector by appointment of Mayor Codd and served since the latter date. He married, June 17, 1884, at Detroit, Louise Spranger, of Detroit. Dec. 26, 1896. he married at Detroit, Mary Stoitzenfeldt, of Detroit. He is a number of the Bankers' Association and the Arbeiter 9 Societv. WILLIAM V. MOORE. Fire Commissioner. The almost implicit reliance of the people of Detroit on the Boards which have charge of many city departments is attributable to the selection for commissioners of such men as William V. Moore--men who give to the people's service the best that is in them without financial return and even without the reward of popular applause, so unostentatiously are their duties performed. The masses are disposed to take the efficiency of the firemen as a matter of course, but the Board of Fire Commissioners, of which Mr. Moore is a member, is seldom heard of, and yet the unceasing care, watchfulness and good judgment are necessary for maintaining the highest standard in the department. Mr. Moore was born in Detroit Dec. 3. 1856. His parents were William William V. Moore. m A. and Laura J. Moore. William A. Moore was for many years one of the grandest figures practicing at the bar; not only did he achieve eminence as a lawyer but he won and retained the esteem and affection of his acquaintances, who always found in him the true gentleman. At the very height of his fame, William A. Moore was more

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  • English
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  • 1236515307
  • 9781236515308