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Gladwin County Obituary/Death Notice
Rev. J. Humphrey Fleming

   Rev. J. Humphrey Fleming died at his home in Alma, May 11, following a stroke of paralysis a few weeks ago at the age of 70 years. Rev. Fleming served in the Civil war in the 12th Michigan infantry for a year and a half, and after the close of the war was commissioned agent for the Moqua Pueblo Indians in charge that these Indians were Arizona, and it was while, he was in charge that these Indians granted their reservation and school by the government. In 1881 Mr. Fleming returned to Michigan, and was made Sunday-school Missonary for the Presbyterian church in Gratiot and adjoining counties. He has held pastorates at Gladwin, Erie, Hudson, Grayling and Saginaw. Rev. Fleming moved to Alma in 1942 and resided there from that time of his death he was holding pastorates at Coleman and Wise. He is survived by his wife and a number of relatives.
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12th MI INF
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Gladwin County Record
P:5 C:4
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January 2005
Tom Ladner
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