Richland Township Office
1140 N. Hemlock Road
Hemlock, Michigan 48626
History Web Links Cemeteries Places Schools
Hemlock - originally named Hemlock City in 1869 – first settlers starting about 1865. The railroad and P.O. were established by 1869. Named after the Hemlock trees in the area.
Iva - This was a rural post office in 1894.
Porters - Porter's Station in this township on Swan Creek. Post office in 1868. See Randall below.
Randall - This village formed after the opening of the Porter's Station post office in 1868. The post office here was name Randall.
Dall P.O. - Is listed on the 1877 Plat Map in section 30. No other information is available.
|Richland Twp. School Census Started from the original book of the superintendant. Have many more years of censuses and teacher contracts to enter.|
Book 5 - West Side Cemetery, Freeland; St. Johannis, Frankentrost; Bethlehem Lutheran; Richland Twp.
Richland Lutheran Cemetery
Richland Township Cemetery
St. John's Lutheran Cemetery
St. Mary's Catholic Cemetery
This information compiled about the cemeteries of Saginaw County was taken from a number of resources by the previous county coordinators. Some of this information was compiled by the individual township supervisors of the county in the late 1960's and provided to us by Patrick Bohinski.
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