Henry Alexander Madill
OLD-TIMER CALLED TO LONG HOME
CIVIL WAR VETERAN ANSWERS LAST CALL
HENRY A. MADILL
Henry A. Madill died Jan. 25, 1922, at 11:30 p.m.,
at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Levi H. Baumgardner
on Bowery avenue, having been confined to his bed
since Dec. 23. Mr. Madill had been in poor health
Henry A. Madill was born May 21, 1848, in New York
state. He served with honors in the Civil war in
company D, 48th New York regiment. He was married to
Virginia Culy at Port Huron, Oct. 26, 1874. They went
from there to Fort Suly, Dakota, and followed the army
until 1877, when they returned to Port Huron, where
they came to Gladwin county and located on what is now
the Huber farm in Grout township. Later they moved on
the farm on which is located the Grout No. 1
schoolhouse, where they lived until they sold to
George Linabery and moved to Gladwin city in 1913.
Mrs. Madill died here Nov. 4, 1915.
Mr. Madill was a member of the Methodist Episcopal
church and the I.O.O.F. He is survived by four
daughters, Mrs. Anna Walker of Grout township, Mrs.
Alice Baumgarder of Gladwin, Mrs. Delia Phillips of
Clio, Mrs. Josie Brubaker of Grout township, and one
son Walter Madill of Montrose. Funeral services will
be held Sunday afternoon at two o'clock at the M. E.
church conducted by Rev. E. T. Smith.
NOTE: This is a corrected obituary, an incorrect one had
appeared on 1/26/1922.