Gratiot County Michigan
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Seville Township

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Seville Township

Township Historian:

History of Gratiot County, Historical, Biographical, Statistical

Landowners in Seville Township

1901 Imperial Atlas of Gratiot Co. - township landowners
        Seville Township - Full Map - 409 kb
        Map Images of Villages Elwell - 100 kb and Riverdale - 244 kb

1889 Atlas of Gratiot County, Michigan - List of Patrons

Riverdale Centennial

Beaver Creek Ladies Aid

Seville Township Deaths

Seville Twp. Clerk*8691 W. Madison Rd.*Elwell, MI*48832*Ph:1-989-463-6180


Seville Township Cemeteries Online

All of Seville Township Cemeteries are now online accept Chapel Garden on M-46.  Part of Sumner Township cemeteries are also in this database. 

Brady (originally on Jos. Brady property section 12) Adams Rd., Forest Hill transcribed
French or Seville Center (originally on William Humphrey property) Madison Rd., Elwell transcribed
Riverdale section 31 north of the Village of Riverdale Jackson Rd., Riverdale transcribed
St. Patrick's (Irishtown) maintained by the Catholic Church in Shepherd, Michigan. This one is older than dirt. County Line Rd., Elwell transcribed
Sibley or Welch (originally a private cemetery by the name of Pelton or Riverside on George J. Sibley property section 19) Madison Rd., Riverdale transcribed
Chapel Garden - privately owned began in mid 1900's 6798 W. Monroe Rd. (M-46)
Elwell, Michigan 48832
1 (989) 463-1566
none available


Families and Online Information

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