28 February 2014

Clement Strang

Clement Strang indicated (in a letter) that he had made his home with Thomas Phillips, the husband of his sister Eugenia. He (Clement) published the Independent, a local paper for the City and vicinity of Black River Falls, Wisconsin.  

Clement Strang (minister) was living in Antrim Co., Michigan, in 1900; he was also living in Michigan with his mother and stepfather in 1870.

An article dated March of 1898 indicated that Clement J. Strang was a publisher of the Sunfield Sentinel in Michigan according to the Deseret Evening News.

Apparently Clement Strang was a Sparty (graduate of Michigan State).

In 1910 Clement was living in Austin, Texas:

United States Census, 1910
name:  Clemment J Strang
birthplace:  Michigan
residence:  Austin Ward 6, Travis, Texas
father's birthplace:  New York
mother's birthplace:  Ohio
Household Gender Age Birthplace
self  Clemment J Strang M 55y  Michigan
wife Nevada M Strang F 43y  Michigan
Ruth Strang F 7y  Illinois

From THE SEBEWA RECOLLECTOR Historical Newsletter:

"In 1944, Clement J. Strang was in Yankton, South Dakota, where he died and was brought back to Michigan for burial in Mt. Hope Cemetery."

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