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Phoebe Emma Lloyd

Female 1872 - 1941  (68 years)


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  • Name Phoebe Emma Lloyd 
    Born 17 October 1872  Ohio Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Female 
    Died 17 June 1941 
    Buried Newaygo Cemetery Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Notes 
    • Newaygo County marriage records indicate John A. Bullis, 32, married Phoebe Lloyd, 21, on 10 May 1894 in Garfield Township. He was born in Otsego County, New York and worked in the sheriff’s department. She was a domestic who was born in Ohio. His parents were Isaac Bullis and Anna Brooks. Hers were Lloyd and Grubaugh. C. W. Gardner was the minister, and Bert Hart and Dena Docter were witnesses.

      13 September 1900, “The Reunion,” Newaygo Republican:
      “As this paper went to press last week the Reunion was at its zenith. The hurdy gurdy’s, the merry-go-round, the man with the dolls, and men with all sorts of devices for separating people from their cash, were in full bloom, and the voices crying their wares or their attractions were mingled together in the Babel-like confusion. The crowd was simply enormous; more people on the grounds than ever before, and more orderly. President Champion and Vice President Downing, without seeming effort, were masters of the situation, and no disorderly conduct was attempted. Down town the crowd was not so large as in previous years and the best order was maintained all along the line. The weather was perfection itself all the week, which accounts perhaps for the crowd remaining on the grounds all the time.
      Thursday’s proceedeings were opened at ten o’clock in the forenoon by a splendid address by Hon. W.C. Maybury of Detroit. Patriotic in matter and polished in delivery, the Mayor was listened to by the great crowd with earnest attention. Mr. William Wright of this village followed with a characteristic address full of noble, patriotic sentiments, and was greeted with most generous applause.
      At one o’clock in the afternoon the crowd again assembled and was called to order by Mr. John Rosewarne of Ashland, who introduced Hon. Perry F. Powers of Cadillac, and for more than an hour the audience was spellbound by his wit, pathos and elequence. It is not derogatory to others to say that his address was equal if not superior to anything ever heard at the Reunions of the past, although the most distinguished orators of the state and nation have spoken from the same platform. At the request of Col. Bishop, who was not feeling well, Mr. Powers occupied nearly all the time allotted to speaking, the Colonel contenting himself, if not the audience, with a few pertainent remarks.
      At three o’clock the Industrial parade was formed down town and preceded by the band made the march to the grounds and through them, to the surprise and delight of the assembled crowds. Nothing like this affair has ever been attempted in this county. It was simply superb. No pains or expense seem to have been spared by the participators in their efforts to produce a novel and rich display. Not all the exhibits were business advertisements, the turnout of Mrs. W.W. Pearson, a trap beautifully draped in red and white bunting and containing several little girls dressed in the same colors, was very pretty; the carriage and white horses driven by Miss Minnie Gardiner, and decorated with a profusion of red roses; a carriage trimmed with flowers and bunting and occupied by Mrs. Watzuauer, Miss Friederich of Grand Rapids, and Miss Root of Chicago, driven by Will Thompson, and the carriage of Sheriff and Mrs. Bullis, with their two little boys on the back attracted much attention.
      The hardware store of E.M. Shaw was represented by a load of hardware, stoves and tools, the latter being arranged to spell the name of the proprietor. The Cement Co. exhibit was partially composed of briquettes arranged to spell the name of the company, and a cart covered with blue prints of the plans of the buildings and machinery. A number of scrapers and carts were labeld as representing the extension of the railroad to the marl beds. Miss Clara King drove the exhibit of Belgian Hares from George King’s Rabbitry. Geo. A. Turner’s meat market exhibit, and The Courtright represented by several large men sitting at a table leden with blolgna sausage, watermelon and other luxuries, Frank Van Leuven’s furniture exhibit, the grocery display of Charley Anderson and Co. and a beautifully decorated float containing a number of the L.O.T. M. all attracted special attention. We may have overlooked some of the best features of the parade, but it is perhaps sufficient to say that there was not a single feature of the whole affair unworthy of more than a passing notice. Pearson’s store, Thompson Bros. store, McKinlay’s blacksmith shop, Carlson’s shoe and harness establishiment, Dick Potter’s immense dray load of boxes from the various business establishiments of the town and the proprietor of The Courtright, driving a splendid team and beautiful trap, all went to make one of the most unique and beautiful of displays. Another notable feature of the parade was the K.O.T.m. at their fastictic costumes, which attracted a great deal of attention, as well as the float of the Royal Circle, loaded with little girls dressed in white.
      Friday was Maccabee day, and the usual great crowd was present. Mrs. Lillian M. Hollister, of Detroit, Supreme Commander of the L.O.T.M. of the World, Judge Kendrick of Saginaw, E.M. Gillett of Muskegon, Deputy Great Commander, and J.J. McDonald of Grand Rapids, also a Deputy Great Commander, all talked most acceptably to the fraternity. The Bailey and Newaygo Camps M.W. of A. were on parade in uniform and fromed down town and narched to the grounds, where the Bailey Camp gave a drill which was witnessed by hundreds of interested people, and to say they did well is but speaking lightly, as nothing of the kind has ever been attempted and as well performed as the work done by this Camp.
      On Friday morning at nine o’clock the annual meeting of the old soldiers was held and a most gratifying financial report was read by Secretary Edwards. The following officers were then elected for the ensuing year:
      President -- Jas. D Champion
      Vice President -- William Downing
      Secretary -- James H. Edwards
      Treasurer -- E.O. Shaw
      Quartermaster -- H. D. Woodward.
      A vote of thanbks was extended to the Cement Co. for the tender of the use of the grounds for next year’s reunion and the invitation accepted.
      Saturday, camp was broken and the great crowd which had occupied the grounds for a week and more silently passed away.

      Newaygo Republican, “Local and General News,” 22 August 1901:
      “Mr. and Mrs. John A. Bullis are entertaining a new baby boy which arrived on August 20th.”

      Newaygo Republican, “Local and General News,” 3 October 1901:
      John A. Bullis has sold out to his partner, John S. Bowen.

      Newaygo Republican, “Local and General News,” 24 October 1901:
      Last Friday being the birthday of Mrs. John A. Bullis, the L.O.T.M. made her a visit, and when they went away left a handsome parlor lamp and water set in remembrance of the occasion. All say they had a royal time.

      Newaygo Republican, “Local and General News,” 21 November 1901:
      Ex Sheriff Bullis has purchased his late fathers’ Ashland farm of the heirs and moved out there last week. He has a nice home and a good farm and has license to be a hppy and contented man.

      Newaygo Republican, “Local and General News,” 9 January 1902:
      “Mrs. Whitehead and children are visiting Mrs. John H. Bullis of Ashland.”

      Newaygo Republican, “Local and General News,” 20 March 1902:
      “Ex-Sheriff Bullis was in Newaygo last Tuesday.”

      Newaygo Republican, “Local and General News,” 20 March 1902:
      “Ex-Sheriff Bullis and A. Franizen of Ashland, passed through Newaygo on their way to Croton last Tuesday. . . Ex-Sheriff Bullis and family of Ashland were in Newaygo last Friday, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John S. Bowen.”

      Newaygo Republican, “Local and General News,” 24 April 1902:
      “Mrs. W. S. Bowen and Mrs. Ben O. Bullis went to Ashland last Tuesday to visit Mrs. John A. Bullis.”

      Newaygo Republican, “School Notes,” 14 January 1904:
      “Visitors: Mrs. John Bullis, Maud Sailors, Agnes Taylor.”

      23 November 1905, “Local News,” Newaygo Republican:
      “The Cackling Club met with Mrs. Berry Monday evening. Mrs. George Cronk and Mrs. George Mor=se took head prizes and Mrs. Lizzie Green conslation prize. The club will meet with Mrs. John a. Bullis on Saturday, Dec. 2nd.”

      7 December 1905, “Local News,” Newaygo Republican:
      “Ella Morse and Ida Bullis took home the hear prizes at the pedro party at the home of Mrs. John Bullis Dec. 2 and Celia Cronk and Lizzie Green took the small ones.”

      Newaygo Republican, “Local News,” 31 May 1906:
      “Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Whitman and Mrs. J. A. Bullis returned Monday from a two days fishing trip on White river, with a fine lot of trout.”

      Newaygo Republican, “Local News,” 16 July 1906:
      “Mrs. J. A. bullis made a business trip to Grand Rapids last Saturday.”

      Newaygo Republican, “Local News,” 22 November 1906:
      “The Cackling club met on Saturday evening with Mrs. John Peterson. Head prizes were taken by Mesdames Geo. Morse and Tiedy; consolation by Mesdames Whitehead and John Bullis. Next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Wolfe Saturday evening, November 24th.”

      Newaygo Republican, “Local News,” 22 November 1906:
      “Mrs. J. A. Bullis and Mrs. W. A. Bowen entertained the N. C. with a seven o’clock eight course dinner last evening, at the home of the former.”
    Person ID I21403  Schirado
    Last Modified 15 May 2012 

    Father Andrew Carpenter Lloyd,   b. April 1833, Strasburg, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 18 May 1904, Topeka, Kansas Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 71 years) 
    Mother Elizabeth Mattie Grubaugh,   b. 6 July 1843, Ft. Squrrel Hill, Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 26 October 1919, Garfield Township, Newaygo County, Michigan Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 76 years) 
    Married 31 March 1861  McKay, Ashland County, Ohio Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F8809  Family Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family/Spouse John A. Bullis,   b. 2 April 1862, Otsego County, New York Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 18 March 1924, Newaygo, Newaygo County, Michigan Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 61 years) 
    Married 10 May 1894  Garfield Township, Newaygo County, Michigan Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. Isaac Lloyd Bullis,   b. 21 April 1895, Michigan Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1947  (Age 51 years)
     2. Benjamin A. Bullis,   b. February 1897, Newaygo County, Michigan Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 28 April 1985, Grant, Newaygo County, Michigan Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 88 years)
     3. John Archie Bullis,   b. 20 August 1901, Michigan Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 3 March 1988, Northport, Leelanau County, Michigan Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 86 years)
    Family ID F14070  Family Group Sheet  |  Family Chart


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