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John G. Dehn (1875-?)
Born in Saginaw, worked and reside in Bay City.

1924 political biography. (Added May, 2010)

Michigan Biographies - Michigan Historical Commission, 1924

JOHN G. DEHN
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Representative from the First District of Bay County, 1919-20. Was born May 6, 1875, at Saginaw, Mich., of American parents. He was educated in the public schools of that city. He was foreman of the planing mills of Matthew Lamont Sons Company, of Bay City, for many years. Married. He served three terms as Alderman of the fourth ward of Bay City. In politics a Republican.

Additional Notes.

    1875 Michigan Births: East Saginaw, Saginaw, Mich.

  • John Dehn, born May 6, 1875, parents: John & Eliza Dehn

    1893 Directory: West Bay City, Mich.

  • Dehn, John, lab, bds Childson ave s w cor 1st
  • Lamont Matthew, Planing Mill, Sash, Doors & Blinds, and Contractor, 309 12th, res 132 Washington ave.

    1900 Census: Saginaw, Mich.

  • Address: 1940 Genessee
  • Dehn, John G., border, b. May 1875 Mich., sash & door cutter

    1903 Michigan Marriages: Bay City, Mich.

  • Date: June 23.
  • Groom: John Dehn, age 28, of Bay City, b. Saginaw, carpenter, parents: John Dehn & Elizabeth Weber.
  • Bride: Marie Baker, age 26, of Marlette, b. Germany, domestic, parents: August Baker & Amelia Lende
  • Official: E. Bohn, pastor.
  • Witnesses: Herbert Wray (Bay City) & Rae Passolt (Saginaw)

    1913 Announcement by University of Michigan, College of Engineering.

  • Guy T. Lamont (Mechanical), Pres. and Mgr. Matthew Lamont Sons Co., Wholesale Lumber, 223 Adams St., Bay City, Mich.
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People Referenced
Baker, August
Baker, Marie (wife)
Bohn, E. Rev.
Dehn, John (father)
Dehn, John G. (subject)
Lamont, Guy T.
Lamont, Matthew
Lende, Amelia
Passolt, Rae
Weber, Elizabeth (mother)
Wray, Herbert
Subjects Referenced
Bay City, MI
Bay Co., MI
Germany
Marlette, MI
Matthew Lamont & Sons
Michigan representative
Michigan, Univ.
Saginaw, MI
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