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William J. Bierd (1872-?)
Political Biography.

Michigan Biographies
Michigan Historical Commission - 1924 (Page 81)

WILLIAM J. BIERD
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Representative from the Second District of Bay County, 1907-8, 1909-10, 1911-12 and 1913-14;
Senator from the Twenty-fourth District, comprising the counties of Bay and Midland, 1919-20.
Was born at Carrollton, Saginaw County, Mich., [p.81] Sept. 25, 1872, of Irish and American parentage.
He received his early education in the public schools of Saginaw County, and graduated from the law department of the University of Michigan in 1893.
He engaged in farming until 1910, when he entered the real estate business, which is his principal occupation at the present time. Peoples State Savings Bank, of Auburn.
Mr. Bierd is not married.
He is a Republican and has held the office of Clerk, Treasurer and Supervisor of Williams Township.

Additional Notes.

    1910 - Census: Williams Twp., Bay, Mich.
  • Bierd, Joseph - age 63 b. NY
  • Margaret, wife - age 66 b. Canada
  • James A., son - age 33 b. Mich.
  • William J., son - age 37 b. Mich.
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People Referenced
Birerd, James A. (bro)
Bierd, Jospeh (father)
Bierd, Margaret (mother)
Bierd, William J. (subject)
Subjects Referenced
Auburn, Bay, MI
Bay Co. MI
Canada
Carrollton, Sag., MI
Clerk
Irish
Midland Co., MI
Peoples State Savings Bank
Real Estate
Representative, US Congress
Republican
Saginaw Co., MI
Senator, US Congress
Supervisor
Univ. of Michigan
Treasurer
Williams Twp., Bay, MI
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