Wayne County

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Martha G. Scott - Political Career
... In 1977, she was appointed to the Wayne County Board of Commissioners ... In 1979, she served as Vice-Chair of the Wayne County Civil Service Commission ... In 2000, State Senator Virgil Smith resigned his seat to take a position in the Wayne County Prosecutor's office ...
Leeper, Missouri - W.T. Leeper
... William Thomas Leeper was born in Kentucky and moved to Wayne County in 1857 ... then shot and killed and brought back to Wayne County ... to the seven soldiers can be found at Cowan Cemetery in Wayne County ...
Wayne County, Georgia - Cities and Towns - Former Towns
... Waynesville (There is another community named Waynesville in Brantley County, Georgia.) This is the same Waynesville that was in Wayne County, prior to the redrawing of Wayne ...
Margaret Dunning - Volunteer and Philanthropic Activities
... Bessie, purchased a property and building to house the Plymouth branch of the Wayne County Library System ... Today, the Plymouth District Library, no longer part of the Wayne County System, is housed in the "Dunning-Hough Library" ... including the Board of Directors of the Dunning Branch of the Wayne County Library ...
Monguagon Township, Michigan
... Mongaugon Township, is a former township of Wayne County in the U.S ... Clair, and Springwells as townships of Wayne County ... township commissioner, and also established in Wayne County the townships of Brownstown, Bucklin, Detroit, Ecorse, Hamtramck, Huron, Mongaugon, Plymouth and Springwells ...

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